Trump Just Removed Bannon [Not Good]

Trump Unseats Bannon, Reorganizes National Security Council

President Trump has been busy this week, rearranging the National Security Council. Trump started by removing Steve Bannon. He also had Homeland Security Adviser, Tom Bossert step down.
Bannon was put into place when President Trump took over the Oval Office, with his main role being to keep an eye on Michael Flynn. When Flynn was fired in February for failing to provide Trump with adequate information in regard to his association with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, Bannon’s role became a moot point. Since he never attended any meetings, it was obvious he had no real interest in taking his position any further.
H.R. McMaster, the National Security Adviser, now has the responsibility of heading up the agenda for the National Security Council meetings, but can call on Bossert to take on this task instead.
It looks like President Trump is going to start at the top and work his way down as he “drains the swamp.” Since some members of Congress were already upset by the decision to put Bannon on the committee, this should bring them some sense of relief. However, the question still remains; who else is on Trump’s hot list?