Why Trump’s first 100 days are about to get crazy

Trump’s 100 days in office are shaping up to be one of the most chaotic in recent memory, with the president facing multiple crises ranging from the rollout of a healthcare overhaul to the continuing controversy over his firing of FBI Director James Comey.

But here are five things to watch out for as he heads into the final few days of his presidency.

Trump: No longer a threat Trump has been forced to fight his own internal feuds since the election, with White House chief strategist Steve Bannon’s appointment as chief of staff and former Breitbart News chairman Steve Bannon as his White House senior counselor leading the charge.

Bannon has been accused of fostering a white nationalist and alt-right movement within the White House and has repeatedly sought to undermine the president’s political and economic agenda.

As of Sunday morning, Bannon had become the White Senate’s second-highest-ranking official in the West Wing.

While Trump has publicly denied the allegations, he has said that Bannon’s job is “very important” to him and that he will not step aside as the White Congress begins its next session on Tuesday.

And on Monday, Bannon’s former chief of strategic communications, Sebastian Gorka, who previously served as Trump’s National Security Council director, joined the White Houses National Security Advisory Council.

Bannon’s own personal and political life have also been in the spotlight since Trump’s inauguration.

He was fired as chief strategist and executive chairman of the Trump campaign after he posted anti-Semitic tweets, which led to the resignation of campaign chairman Paul Manafort.

And during his first 100-day, Trump’s White House has been engulfed in controversy over allegations that Bannon encouraged him to pursue an impeachment investigation into former President Bill Clinton.

As we reported, Trump fired Comey in May, saying he was fired because of his handling of the Clinton investigation.

But in a letter to FBI director James Comey last week, Trump said he fired Comey because the FBI was “not doing enough” to investigate him.

And Bannon has accused Trump of “losing the plot” with regard to the Russia probe.

Bannon was also at the center of a fierce public feud with Trump, who had reportedly threatened to fire Bannon and had allegedly gone so far as to publicly shame the White Council of Economic Advisers, the White Economic Council, the National Economic Council and the White Domestic Policy Council over Bannon’s alleged role in undermining Trump’s presidency.

In a speech on Monday at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Trump called Bannon a “white nationalist” and an “enabler of chaos,” and said he will be fired if he continues to undermine his agenda.

“You know, he wants to build a wall.

I don’t want to build the wall.

You know, I don of course support it.

You can’t build the Wall.

I would be against it.

And he’s not,” Trump said.

Bannon, who is also the president of the nationalist website Breitbart News, was ousted from the White house in February after he appeared to threaten the security of the president during an interview on the right-wing radio program Sirius XM Patriot.

“I can tell you, the President of the United States is going to be impeached,” Bannon told Sirius Xm host Steve Deace.

“He is going down,” Bannon continued.

“We’re going to impeach him.

We’re going down.

And you know, it’s a very, very long shot.

But the President is going.”

Bannon has denied he was ever in touch with the White Department and has maintained that he is a “non-political” adviser to the president.

The president’s son, Donald Trump Jr., also weighed in on Monday morning, saying the president is not an anti-Semite.

“If you look at the history of the Jews, they’re always the ones that are being persecuted,” Trump Jr. said on CNN.

“They’ve been persecuted for the last 2,000 years.

So it’s really not that farfetched.”

And Trump has also reportedly threatened a diplomatic response to Bannon’s departure.

“The president of China is going, ‘I’m going to call you the next leader of China,’ and he’ll call you something else,” Bannon reportedly said on Sirius X, according to The New York Times.

“So we’re going, like, China.

It’s going to start a fight.”