On Sunday, President-elect Donald Trump named former chairman of Breitbart news and campaign manager to then Republican presidential candidate Trump, Stephen K. Bannon, as his chief strategist in the White House. Bannon will be working as "equal partners" with former RNC Chairman Reince Preibus.
But for some who know some background on Bannon, and have personal experience with the man, this does not sit well. One of those people is the Blaze's own Dana Loesch, who worked with Bannon for a time while she was at Breitbart. In a clip of Monday's show, Dana gave her thoughts about Bannon.
"I'll say this. I like the idea of Reince Priebus being in there, and being a key figure in the Trump administration," says Dana. "But I can't say the same thing for Steve Bannon."
"Steve Bannon puts himself above everything," she continued. "And I've worked with Steve, and I just don't think this is a good fit for the country. Maybe it is for Steve Bannon, but it's not a good fit for the country."
Dana went on to explain that this position is a position of service to the voters and to the country, and because of this, is not a good place for a man like Bannon to be.
"You cannot go into this position with vengeance in your heart," says Dana. "You cannot go into this position with pettiness in your heart, and that therein would disqualify Steve Bannon."