White House Uses Known Hate Site In Official Release To Push Trump Propaganda

Days after Steven Bannon was forced out of his position as Chief Strategist to Trump and he returned to his position of executive chairman of the alt-Right hate site Breitbart News, the White House Press Office sent out a Breitbart article praising Trump for "making the hard decisions."

White House Uses Known Hate Site In Official Release To Push Trump Propaganda

If this is what Bannon’s “#WAR” looks like, President Trump must be very pleased.

Days after Steven Bannon was forced out of his position as Chief Strategist to Trump and he returned to his position of executive chairman of the alt-Right hate site Breitbart News, the White House Press Office sent out a Breitbart article praising Trump for “making the hard decisions.”

This is not normal. The White House is elevating a hate site while pushing propaganda.

Next up: The White House quotes Alex Jones from the Press Office?

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From the White House press secretary as sent to PoliticusUSA:

THE WHITE HOUSE
Office of the Press Secretary
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 24, 2017

LTG (RET) KEITH KELLOGG: “TRUMP AS COMMANDER IN CHIEF, MAKING THE HARD DECISIONS”

“From the beginning, President Trump has sworn to put America First. Monday, he outlined a course that places us closer to that vision than ever before. The path forward is not more of the same.”

Trump as Commander in Chief, Making the Hard Decisions

By Lt. Gen. (Ret) Keith Kellogg
Breitbart
August 23, 2017

I have witnessed the final moments of young men in distant lands, far from all they love and hold dear. I have watched my daughter deploy to combat in Afghanistan and soon might my son.

I know the cost of war. More importantly, I know the price of freedom.

Monday night President Trump announced to the Nation the recommitment of America’s will, military, and diplomatic might to the fight in Afghanistan. He signaled to all that this Nation will not back away from hard sacrifice to ensure our safety. Undoubtedly, you will hear the hue and cry from the President’s detractors recalling a need to withdraw from Afghanistan and their rallying cries of failed campaign promises and abandonment of America First. Do not listen to them.

Our President’s decision reflects an understanding that the promise to Make America Great Again must include cleaning up the mess left behind in Afghanistan from the fits and starts of the past 15 years.

He has heard from his commanders in the field and, yes, he has listened to his Generals. I have heard him ask the tough questions and demand accountability from those responsible for leading our men and women in harm’s way.

From the beginning, President Trump has sworn to put America First. Monday, he outlined a course that places us closer to that vision than ever before. The path forward is not more of the same.

While our brave men and women in uniform are waging battle on the ground and from the air, President Trump will be using every diplomatic and economic tool at his disposal to bring about an end state that does not allow another country to become a breeding ground for radical Islamic terrorism.

The President has made the necessary hard decision. It is what all of us, as Americans, expect from our Commander in Chief. President Trump has demonstrated the courage to lead, the confidence in our military to deliver results, the trust in our diplomats to bring peace, and faith in our citizens’ patience to see our Nation to victory.
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On Tuesday, CNN reported that a “self-described ’email prankster’ seemingly fooled top editors at Breitbart over the weekend into believing he was Steve Bannon.

In the emails, Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow pledged that he and several other top editors would do Bannon’s “dirty work” against White House aides. The emails were shared with CNN by the prankster.

In other emails, Marlow suggested he could have Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump ousted from the White House “by end of year” and shared a personal smear about their private lives, perhaps an indication of how low the website is willing to go to achieve its agenda.

The Trump White House is either sucking up to the hate site or Steve Bannon et al are not nearly as powerful as they want everyone to believe. Either way, the White House is using a known hate site to push Trump propaganda.

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