President Trump reacted to <a href="https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2017/10/15/the_populist_revolt_is_still_rolling_full_force_.html">former adviser Steve Bannon calling for a "season of war" against the Republican establishment in his speech to the Values Voter Summit</a> over the weekend. At a cabinet meeting Monday morning Trump was asked to respond and said, "I understand fully how Steve Bannon feels." Trump expressed his frustration with Republican Senators "not getting the job done," and said he is not going to blame himself. "Steve is very committed," Trump said about his anti-McConnell remarks. "He's a friend of mine and he's very committed to getting things passed. I mean look, I have despite what the press writes, I have great relationships with actually many Senators but in particular with most Republican Senators. But we're not getting the job done. And I'm not going to blame myself. I'll be honest. They are not getting the job done." "We've had health care approved and then you had a surprise vote by John McCain," Trump said. "We've had other things happen. And they're not getting the job done. And I can understand where Steve Bannon is coming from and I can understand, to be honest with you, John, I can understand where a lot of people are coming from because I'm not happy about it and a lot of people aren't happy about it. We need tax cuts. We need health care." Trump was also asked about Bannon targetting incumbent Republican Senators who are running for reelection. "I understand how he feels," Trump said. "It depends on who you're talking about. There are some Republicans, frankly, that should be ashamed of themselves but most of them, I'll tell you what, I know the Republican Senators. Most of them are really, really great people that want to work hard and they want to do a great thing for the American public. But you've had a few people that really disappointed us. They really, really disappointed us. So I can understand fully how Steve Bannon feels. Okay?"