Breitbart News has been reporting on a series of former White House officials who claim to have seen or interacted with former President Donald Trump.
These former staffers have provided a chilling glimpse into the mind of a man who, according to their accounts, was an avid follower of Islam and who believed the US government was “under siege” by Islamist radicals.
On December 11, 2016, Breitbart News published an article reporting that former Whitehouse staffers had seen or met former President Trump and his top aides at Trump Tower.
“Trump is a nut,” said one former aide to the President, referring to the former President.
“He thinks he’s a hero and he’s like the president of the world.
He believes in Islam and he thinks it’s the answer to everything.
He loves these little Muslim guys who are supposed to be protecting us.”
Another former staffer told Breitbart News that he and his boss had spent time at Trump’s New Jersey golf club where Trump reportedly told staffers that “it was a war of liberation and the enemy was Islam.
That’s when he started to talk about jihad and that the US was under siege.”
A third former staffer said that he had seen the President in the Oval Office at one point while the President was there for a meeting with foreign leaders.
“When the president walks in, I’m like, ‘He looks so nice today.
He looks great today.
I’m going to give him the green light to come in,'” said the former staffer.
“The next thing you know, he’s going to go off to the golf course and we’re all going to be talking about Islam.
You can see him staring off into space.
You know, you’re like, Wow.
It’s so strange.”
“The world is a very dangerous place.
I mean, it’s very scary, but the world is so wonderful.
I think it’s really sad that the President of the United States doesn’t have any friends in the world.”
According to the article, former President Ronald Reagan, who had been President for just under eight years, once said of Trump, “I’ve never met anyone more devoted to the country he leads.”
The former President’s aides say that the former president’s obsession with Islam and his belief that the United State was under “great siege” from Islamic extremists inspired him to launch a campaign to discredit Islam in the United Kingdom, Australia, and around the world, as well as the United Nations and other international bodies.
Trump’s former chief of staff, Reince Priebus, and his wife, Melania, had an unusual interaction with former president Trump on December 6, 2016.
Trump invited Priebus to his New Jersey clubhouse, where they reportedly discussed a plan to “bring back the glory days” of Trump Tower in the 1970s, and Trump invited them to attend a fundraiser at his resort, Mar-a-Lago.
“Reince and Melania, I just want to say thank you for your support and love and support,” Trump told the former staff.
“It was really a very nice moment.
We talked about it, I asked if they wanted to come and visit me and Melania and my wife, and I just wanted to thank you so much.”
Priebus and Melania have been described as “fascinated by the dark side of politics” and their “proud to be Republicans.”
They are the authors of the forthcoming book, The Trump Files: Inside the Man Behind the Presidency.
Breitbart News is publishing the book on behalf of the Trump Campaign to End Special Access Programs, which was established by the Trump Foundation and has been a leading force behind the President’s anti-Muslim policies and actions.
“I was very impressed with how much he wanted to engage with us,” said a former Trump aide who witnessed the event.
“We knew that there was a lot of passion about the book.
Reince had been to this event several times and was really into it.
He was very excited.
I had no idea that the book would go on to be such a success.
And it did.”
According a second former aide who spoke to Breitbart News on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the press, the event that Trump and Priebus attended on December 8 was attended by a number of former Trump officials, including former Chief of Staff Reince Preibus, who is now the President Trump’s Chief of Policy Planning.
Former chief of policy and press advisor Sebastian Gorka, who was also present, was quoted as saying that “the President was very happy to have us there.
The two of us sat down for about an hour and talked about the ideas that we had for bringing back the golden era of Trump and the golden years of the campaign.
He loved it.”
“I had no clue that the books would become so successful,” said another former Trump staffer.
Another former aide, who also did not wish to