ICHEOKU will not take it and is glad that the president saw it the same way and found it unacceptable. You don't go rogue against a president or anyone for that matter, in whose service you are engaged in. You go 'lock and step' with the person, fanatically defending whatever policy objective he marshaled out, regardless; or in the alternative, you resign your appointment and your office let another loyal staffer take. But to allow such a rascally conduct will amount to permitting two captains on the same ship and it can only spell disaster. Therefore, President Donald John Trump acted wisely and in the best interest of his government when he fired Steve Bannon in order to send a message that his government's policy towards North Korea is solid and that there is no equivocation nor divisions within his government on the decision to decisively deal with the crisis.
Steve Bannon is gone and stays gone. The only question now is whether the forces which are amassed against the president would accept the sacrifice and let the president be and allow him to do his job geared towards accomplishing his flagship Make America Great Again campaign promise. The fear however is that these forces will become an Oliver Twist and like the plant in the movie "Little House of Horrors", having tasted blood, will continue to demand for that crimson liquid until they exhaust the president's will to carry on fighting for the American people. With all these firings, particularly the latest Steve Bannon's, these forces will feel more emboldened in their pursuit of the president scalp, having realized that pressure works and that they can influence the president and will continue to dictate who goes and who stays in the White House.
The good news however is that Steve Bannon, who claimed that he voluntarily resigned and was not fired, is not feeling terribly sad about his latest fate. He has promised to continue fighting for the president from outside the White House. Feeling relieved with his release from the shackles of office, he will go to a full blown war for the president against all his traducers, both in the Congress and in any other place they might be holed in within the Washington DC Swamp establishment. In his own words, Steve Bannon said "If there's any confusion out there, let me clear it up: I'm leaving the White House and going to war for Trump against his opponents -- on Capitol Hill, in the media, and in corporate America." ICHEOKU wishes Steve Bannon God's speed in his new avowed mission and appreciates his effort in electing the president and also for his service while it lasted. So long Steve-B.
(The publisher of Breitbart has now returned to his pet project as the chairman of the company).