President Donald Trump has a "phenomenal team" around him, and hopefully matters will work out concerning chief strategist Steve Bannon, the former deputy campaign manager who brought Bannon into the fold said Thursday.
"The president needs a diverse group of voices around him," David Bossie, the president and chairman of the conservative advocacy group Citizens United told Fox News' "Fox and Friends" program. "I hope they will work it out for what's best for America."
Bossie said he speaks with members of Trump's team, and he understands there "are some tensions," but he also understands "that they are trying to work it out. Part of the problem is that it's the overblown nature of it, that the press is solely focused on this issue."
The problem with that, he continued, is that it "never lets anybody breathe. They understand it; you are in the fishbowl. You are in the White House."
But if the staff has the opportunity "take a deep breath and come together" like the team did during the campaign and the transition, "it would be best for the president."
Bossie said he also is hearing that discussions are going well for a new healthcare plan, and that during the two-week Easter recess, he hopes that a House bill is presented that can be passed.
"I don't know if we're quite there yet," he said. "I do know that the Freedom Caucus and other members of the conservative wing of the Republican Party have come together to tell the president they want to."
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