Steve Bannon, Donald Trump’s campaign CEO, has already lined up a new job for after the election: his old job.
The former executive chairman of Breitbart News will return to the conservative news site, he said on SiriusXM Radio’s “Breitbart Daily News,” which he formerly hosted.
“My term of duty here ends on the evening of the 8th,” he said of the campaign.
Of course, that could change if Trump wins the presidency and offers him a job in the White House. But we’re speculating.
Bannon left Breitbart in August to lead the Trump campaign, where he has mostly catered to the same conservative base to which he delivered red-meat, right-leaning news.
When he joined the campaign, other news outlets noted some of the headlines that characterized his Breitbart rule, including:
BILL KRISTOL: REPUBLICAN SPOILER, RENEGADE JEW
WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION REPORT: TRANNIES 49 XS HIGHER HIV RATE
THERE’S NO HIRING BIAS AGAINST WOMEN IN TECH, THEY JUST SUCK AT INTERVIEWS
and of course…
BIRTH CONTROL MAKES WOMEN UNATTRACTIVE AND CRAZY
Maybe he’ll join the Trump administration if he’s put in charge of Health and Human Services?
You can listen to Bannon weigh in on the remaining days of the campaign, and what he’ll do next, in this audio of the interview.