President Donald Trump has had a lot of trouble with liberal media twisting everything and his team does. They are hell-bent on taking him down, obviously still bitter that YOU-KNOW-WHO did not win the election.
The majority of these negative stories emerged after President Trump fired Former FBI Director James Comey on May 9th.
These negative stories consist of allegations that the President and his associates have inappropriate ties to Russia.
Because of all this negative tension, the White House top advisers are considering making a “war room” that is dedicated to staving off current and future revelations that are related to this Russia controversy. This will be in addition to a staff shake-up that President Trump is planning.
The “war room” is going to make up of “experience veterans from the campaign trail who recognize the gravity of the situation,” according to Axios. Trump staffers are readying themselves to prepare for war.
Steve Bannon, White House Chief Strategist and former leader of Breitbart, is going to be taking the lead behind the “war room” movement.
In an apparent acknowledgment of the seriousness of the situation, Trump staffers have reportedly begun using the phrase, “Go to the mattresses,” a line from “The Godfather,” meaning to go to or prepare for war.
The White House could turn to figures like former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and former deputy campaign manager David Bossie, for help in the “war room,” the Post noted. Lewandowski was fired last year after a series of campaign trail blunders, and Bossie is known for his 20-year-long investigation into Bill and Hillary Clinton.
White House chief strategist and former Breitbart leader Steve Bannon is reportedly spearheading the “war room” effort. The White House also may be considering a shake-up of its communications strategy and staff, the Post reported. That includes introducing more rallies across the country so that Trump can speak directly with voters.