Starting to Look Like ‘The Three Stooges’: Ana Navarro Mocks Trump ‘Palace Intrigue’
Stories of White House infighting and “palace intrigue” began percolating from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue almost since Day 1 of the Trump presidency.
On New Day this morning, co-host Chris Cuomo addressed the latest power struggle, allegedly between White House chief strategist Steve Bannon and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner.
“There’s a little bit of palace intrigue in every palace, including the White House but this has been a lot, and a lot very early,” said pundit firebrand Ana Navarro. “That to me look a little bit like House of Cards slash the Keystone Cops slash The Three Stooges because sometimes they’re just running into each other.”
Echoing a growing consensus, Navarro warned that Kushner’s family connection would make him a formidable force in the White House.
“Steve Bannon should be treading very carefully because blood is thicker than water,” she warned. “[Kushner’s] married to blood”
Indeed, throughout the campaign, aids who have challenged the boyish Trump in-law have been left in the dust, most famously ex-campaign chief Corey Lewandowski.
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