In the letter, Gorka took particular exception to the new Afghanistan strategy unveiled by the president.
Ousted White House strategist Steve Bannon reportedly resigned and stuck around for two additional weeks while calling rumors of his departure "bullshit", even those he was being frozen out by other top Trump advisers.
"The individuals who most embodied and represented the policies that will 'Make America Great Again, ' have been internally countered, systematically removed, or undermined in recent months", Gorka wrote. In the midst of all this, a prankster who sent mails to senior Breitbart staffers posing as Mr. Bannon received scandalous replies immediately, which he promptly passed on to the CNN.
The Democratic campaign committee dedicated to electing members to the House is ratcheting up its rhetoric by referring to three White House advisers as "white nationalists".
Gorka belonged to a school of thought inside the White House that also included retired Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn, the former national security adviser: They argued extreme Islamism is as coherent and united a threat to the United States as Nazism and communism were in the past. The White House issued a clarification, which was later added to the story, denying the Mail version.
"Sadly, this White House has focused its energy on division and bigotry", said Huffman in his announcement.
"Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace asked Tillerson about Gorka's accusations, especially regarding the president's recent speech on Afghanistan.
Despite his feelings toward others in the administration, Gorka ended his resignation letter by making it clear that he believes Trump will come out on the right side of history.
Another complaint our favorite chef had about the speech was that Trump never once said "radical Islamic terrorism", again implying that a significant portion of this administration was under the impression that if you say those words enough times, ISIS will simply evaporate.
Gorka, 46, is a U.S. citizen born in Britain to Hungarian parents.
Throughout his time in office, Bannon has pushed a far-right agenda, urging Trump to pull the USA out of the Paris Climate Agreement and institute a promised travel ban that many criticized as a measure targeting Muslims.
Richard Painter, former chief White House ethics lawyer for President George W Bush, tweeted: "Gorka: Probably the most stupid of the alt-right in the White House".