Steve Bannon Selfie Reveals Hidden White House Agenda

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As you've probably heard, the Trump White House isn't exactly killing it in terms of organizational prowess.

Of course, we guess that's what happens when you hand power over to a guy who moans about dismantling the administrative state when he reaches sexual climax.

Steve Bannon in the White House

Yes, even if you're only a casual follower of the End Times, you're likely familiar with Steve "Guy From a Twilight Zone Episode Where Evil Manifests Itself As an Array of Facial Disfigurements" Bannon.

Once jokingly referred to as "President Bannon" due to the tremendous amount of clout he was said to wield in the Trump administration, Bannon has experienced a precipitous fall from grace in recent weeks.

Bannon appears to be losing his power struggle with Jared Kushner, husband of Ivanka Trump and face of L.L. Bean's new "Globalist Cuck Chic" line.

As a result, the strategist whom Time magazine declared "the second most powerful man in the world" just two short months ago is rumored to be on his way out of the Trump White House.

But that doesn't mean he can't f--k up a few more times before he's unceremoniously tossed on his ass, a la DJ Jazzy Jeff:

Bannon Whiteboard Photo

The above photo was posted yesterday by Shmuley Boteach, a rabbi who stopped by the White House to mark Israeli Independence Day.

While it's somewhat shocking a clergyman of any faith would allow himself to be photographed in the company of the prophesied Prince of Darkness, what's really caught the Internet's attention here is the whiteboard visible behind Bannon:

As you can see, the board clearly lists a number of items on Bannon and Trump's to-do list.

The existence of the Dr. Strangelove-esque "big board" has been rumored for months, beginning when New York magazine's Ryan Lizza reported on it - and noted that very few items have triumphant check marks next to them.

Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway

Obviously, this is the sort of security leak that could land a Trump staffer on the receiving end of the president's favorite catchphrase, but fortunately for Bannon, most of the goals on his whiteboard are already well-known campaign promises.

(Legible phrases include: "Build the border wall and eventually make Mexico pay for it;" "Suspend immigration from terror prone regions;" and "Cancel all federal funding to sanctuary cities.")

What the administration may find embarrassing is the lack of campaign promises that have been crossed off of Bannon's list more than 100 days into Trump's presidency.

That makes it the second most embarrassing thing to happen to Trump in the past 24 hours, right behind being on the receiving end of Twitter shade from Melania.

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