After news around Michael Wolff's book, "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House," broke, the relationship between former White House advisor Steve Bannon and President Donald Trump completely deteriorated. The former team engaged in a very public fallout, but political consultant Rick Wilson was not all surprised. Wilson joins Cheddar to break down what this means for the GOP and how a Mitt Romney Senate run could further shake the White House. Wilson explains that the Bannon and Trump fallout was inevitable because of their egos. Bannon's brand now could be hurt because of Trump's attack. Wilson says the reports from the book are not revelations. Wilson explains how reporters have been hearing these stories and reporting on them for some time. Wilson switches gears to address the news that Romney could run for Senator Orrin Hatch's seat in Utah. Wilson thinks Romney would have a good chance of winning. He also notes how Romney would play the opposite role to Trump in Washington.

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