President Donald Trump and former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon are in the middle of a contentious interview in which they spar over the future of the Trump administration, according to a transcript of the conversation.
The two are set to speak to Recode’s Kara Swisher in a two-hour interview set to air on Thursday.
The White House said the interview will be available to stream on the website at 9 p.m.
The transcript of their interview is set to run at 9:35 p. m.
ET, and will air on CNN and the network’s sister network HLN.
“The president has asked me to share with you what I learned this week about the president’s agenda, the administration’s agenda,” Trump said.
“What I learned from his meeting with me was that the agenda was not the agenda, it was the vision.
The vision is for the country to thrive and to grow.
The president’s vision is a vision that is very different than that of our competitors, but it is the same vision.
That is what we are going to achieve.”
Bannon responded to the president by saying that Trump was not a “consensus thinker.”
The two also disagreed on the future direction of the administration.
“You’ve got a president who is the chief strategist of a major American corporation, a guy who is basically a master of persuasion,” Bannon said.
Bannon was the chief architect of the Breitbart News website, which was taken over by Trump’s campaign last year.
He resigned as the CEO after the website published anti-Semitic articles, including one in which he compared Jewish people to rats.
Trump has been very critical of Bannon’s leadership.
“We are in a very serious state of conflict,” Trump told the Christian Broadcasting Network in January.
“It’s not good.
And I know you know it.
I’ve been saying it for a long time, but you’re in a much better position now than I was.”