Trump shuffles National Security Council to defend US from feminazis, cucks

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump has shuffled the Principals Committee of his National Security Council to be better prepared to defend America from existential threats posed by feminazis, cucks, and fans of Obummer, sources confirmed.

Trump ordered on Saturday his chief strategist Stephen Bannon would be present at every NSC meeting, while the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Director of National Intelligence would be present only when "issues pertaining to their responsibilities and expertise are to be discussed."

Though CJCS Gen. Joseph Dunford and acting DNI Mike Dempsey have vast experience in national security issues, sources say both have little skill in defending against America's core threats, such as women who use birth control.

Bannon's appointment to the NSC was derided by Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and some other cucks.

"Adding the president's chief strategist to the council is a radical departure from past protocol," McCain said. "Imagine if President Obama had put a political strategist above his generals and top intel chiefs? My colleagues would rightly be appalled."

McCain's colleagues were largely silent on the change, though some told reporters that Bannon's seven years in the Navy more than three decades ago made him eminently qualified to share his opinion on who the United States should assassinate via drone.

"I have a good security council, a very good security council, the best actually," Trump tweeted on Sunday. "I don't know if you know that, the best security council. This is a political witch hunt. Sad!"