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Daily Beast: Trump's New Hire Kills GOP Unity

Daily Beast: Trump's New Hire Kills GOP Unity

Stephen K. Bannon (Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images for SiriusXM)

By    |   Thursday, 18 August 2016 02:12 PM

Just one month after Republicans tried to unify in Cleveland, The Daily Beast reports that the effort appears to be over after Donald Trump hired Stephen Bannon as his new campaign chief executive — a businessman and media executive known to "hate" the Republican establishment.

Bannon, who served as the chairman of Breitbart News as well as hosted a daily morning radio show on SiriusXM, has accused House Speaker Paul Ryan of being a "liberal globalist trying to sell out the American worker to foreign Islamist shills."

And, according to the Daily Beast, he "prides himself on going after 'The Establishment,'" including taking shots at Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell, Sen. John McCain, and former Republican House Speaker John Boehner.

While Trump's new campaign hire has a knack for raging against other Republicans, it raises the question as to whether those who have already endorsed Trump will continue to do so.

Chief strategist for Ted Cruz's presidential campaign took to Twitter:
 

 

Kendal Unruh, a Colorado Republican who led anti-Trump efforts as a delegate at the Republican convention, told the Daily Beast that Trump's latest decision only "shows that he is somebody who is erratic, impulsive, thin-skinned, and responds to whatever pushback he is getting."

This is the third time Trump has made changes to his campaign structure since announcing his run for president. And, while the real estate mogul recently changed his tone and finally endorsed Ryan and McCain, many were under the impression that the move was an attempt to unify the party.

But now, according to the Daily Beast, it seems as though the hopes of unity for the party is off the table with Trump's campaigned being "helmed by a man who built his reputation on attacking Republicans — and whom establishment Republicans loathe in turn."

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Just one month after Republicans tried to unify in Cleveland, The Daily Beast reports that the effort appears to be over after Donald Trump hired Stephen Bannon as his new campaign chief executive - a businessman and media executive known to "hate" the Republican establishment.
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