Former W.H. Advisor Calls Trump A Liar & The Reason Makes Donald Look Pathetic

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Sebastian Gorka is the former Trump administration advisor that everyone loves to hate. Since exiting the White House, and later announcing he would return to the alt-right website Breitbart, working alongside former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, Gorka has managed to stay in the public eye.

Sebastian Gorka resigned his position as deputy assistant to the White House on August 25, feeling he could do more to further President Donald Trump’s agenda if he were outside the White House.

In a statement about his resignation Gorka said:

‘Given recent events, it is clear to me that forces that do not support the MAGA promise are — for now — ascendant within the White House. As a result, the best and most effective way I can support you, Mr. President, is from outside the People’s House.’

In an op-ed piece for The Hill, Gorka claimed that he was told to cooperate with Fire and Fury author Michael Wolff last year while working at the White House. At one point, Gorka says, he was told to play ball with the author but backed out, thinking Wolff was trying to damage the president.

Gorka wrote:

‘So, when I met Michael Wolff in [former chief of staff] Reince Priebus’ office, where he was waiting to talk to [former chief strategist] Steve Bannon and after I had been told to also speak to him for his book, my attitude was polite but firm: “Thanks but no thanks.” Our brief encounter reinforced my gut feeling that this oleaginous scribe had no interest in being fair and unbiased.’

WASHINGTON, DC – JUNE 09: White House Deputy Assistant To The President Sebastian Gorka participates in a television interview outside the White House West Wing June 9, 2017 in Washington, DC. A former national security editor for Breitbart, Gorka has hard-line stands on Islam and terrorism and past involvement in right-wing Hungarian politics. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Gorka, who spoke to staff at The Hill, refused to say who it was that told him to interact with Wolff, but he did say that it was not Steve Bannon or Donald Trump himself. Reince Priebus is the only other person mentioned in the op-ed piece, and didn’t respond to a comment request.

Later, in a tweet, Gorka said that the command came from an “external” source.

Below are some of the reactions to Gorka’s revelation:

The president and his administration are in full clean up mode, trying to combat the claims made in Wolff’s book, which depicts a chaotic White House and specifically a mentally unstable president.

WASHINGTON, DC – JUNE 22: White House Deputy Assistant To The President Sebastian Gorka speaks as he is interviewed by Fox News remotely from the White House June 22, 2017 in Washington, DC. Gorka discussed American Otto Warmbier’s death after his return from North Korean detention. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

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