Video Emerges of Trump's Purported Tirade Against Steven Bannon, Reince Priebus
The video was shot Friday from the White House lawn and surfaced on Sunday.
Video has emerged of chaos inside the Oval Office as the president reportedly lashed out at top strategist Steve Bannon and Chief of Staff Reince Priebus as Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner, and Press Secretary Sean Spicer looked on.
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The video was shot from the White House lawn on Friday afternoon, shortly before the president left for his Mar-a-Lago estate. The footage shows an animated Bannon, waving his hands.
The president reportedly went into a tirade against Bannon and Priebus following Attorney General Jeff Sessions' recusal in the investigation of Trump's links to Russian officials.
The video was released Sunday and while it is unknown what is being said in the video, CNN was told that the president accused his staff of "fumbling the situation with Sessions."
Sources told CNN that during the tirade "a lot of expletives" were said and "nobody has seen [Trump] that upset.'
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Following the meeting, Trump left for Florida, leaving Bannon and Priebus behind after they were reportedly told they could not fly with him aboard Air Force One.
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