President Donald Trump isn’t interested in being president of this country.

    His son-in-law Jared Kushner and son- in-law and White House adviser, Anthony Scaramucci, have already made clear that they won’t accept the Oval Office, and a third senior White House official told Politico that the president will “probably not be back” in 2021.

    The president isn’t alone.

    Just two years ago, the most recent time that the most senior members of the Trump administration held public office, only 12 were sitting in public office.

    While some of those senior officials are still in positions of power, most are no longer in office, and the next president could be a lot different.

    That’s according to the president’s top political strategist and longtime confidant, Steve Bannon, who told Politico on Wednesday that the next President of the U.S. won’t be a “real” politician, but instead “an avatar of the alt-right, the movement that he’s been railing against for the last six months.”

    Bannon said the next Trump administration will “be a lot more like what the alt right likes.”

    Bannon has also said that Trump has “an enormous amount of power.”

    Trump is right that Bannon has tremendous power.

    But Bannon is wrong that Trump isn: “the avatar of a movement that’s been raving against for six months” (or the “alt-right” or “Trumpism”).

    Bannon’s claim that Trump “will probably not be returning” is misleading.

    The alt-left has been “raving” about Trump for six and a half months.

    And Trump is still on top of the world.

    But there’s a lot of evidence to show that Trump hasn’t been “back” in office since early March, when the president signed an executive order banning refugees and immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries.

    It was a very short notice, with little public notice.

    The executive order was meant to prevent people from coming to the U, and it was an obvious political maneuver meant to get the attention of the media and the public.

    Trump’s critics say that he wasn’t aware that the order was being implemented, that he had already said that the ban was unconstitutional, and that he didn’t care about the legality of the executive order.

    He was only following through on a promise that he made months ago.

    The White House, however, was already aware that it was being issued.

    In a statement on March 5, Trump said that it would be “inappropriate for me to sign an order that would take away refugees from countries I do not fully understand or agree with.”

    He also said the order “is not based on a threat of attack against the United State.”

    But Trump wasn’t going to just sign the executive orders without warning the world about them.

    And he wasn, in fact, going to use the executive authority of his office to get rid of refugees and people from countries that he doesn’t fully understand.

    So, the first step was to get some notice out to the world and to the media.

    The second step was that Trump used executive authority to use his power to get out of the global gag order that he signed on March 4, just two days after signing the executive directive.

    The third step was when he decided to put a stop to the ban.

    Trump decided to sign the order, but he wasn’t going to go ahead and ban people from the seven Muslim countries.

    The only way he could do that was to take the gag order out of place.

    So the executive action, which was the last step in getting rid of the order that Trump had already signed, was to simply remove the order from the gag rule.

    It’s an extraordinary order.

    The gag order is the first line of defense that the Trump presidency has against being attacked.

    It protects the president from lawsuits, it protects him from being sued by his supporters, and its been in place for almost two years now.

    But the Trump White House has used the gag ban as a cover to attack its critics.

    “You can’t sue the president,” Bannon said in February.

    And it’s the reason that Trump won the 2016 election. “

    That’s the kind of power that Bannon claims Trump won’t have.

    And it’s the reason that Trump won the 2016 election.

    That was because Trump was able to say “no” to those who wanted him to sign executive orders that would have stopped refugees from entering the U., stopped refugees coming from countries he didn’ t agree with, and stopped refugees getting married.

    The first time Trump was asked about the executive ban, he responded, “No, it’s not going to happen.”

    He didn’t want it.

    He didn’T want the order to go into effect.

    Trump said in January that he’d sign an executive action that would ban refugees and foreign nationals from Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya,