The emails were shared with CNN by the prankster and feature Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow pledging that "he and several other top editors would do Bannon's "dirty work" against White House aides".
But this week, I was outraged after reading on Breitbart that Trump and her husband, globalist Jared Kushner, vacation during times of national crisis.
Sorry, I can't figure it out!
Not surprisingly, the day after Bannon rejoined Breitbart as executive chairman, the site published a series of attacks against the first daughter, NY magazine reported.
Mr Marlow replied: "Let me see what I can do. hard to know given your description of them as evil".
Marlow added: "If people want to know our thinking, they don't need to judge us on illicitly obtained comments that were meant to be private, they can simply read our front page". A three-pack is also available for $21.46 and a 10-pack for $59.62, should you feel inclined to own more than one. "I don't know what motivates them".
In addition to Marlow, the prankster seemingly conned Breitbart editor-at-large Joel Pollak.
Mr. Trump himself has been supportive about Bannon's return to Breitbart, tweeting last week that Bannon would serve as a "tough and smart new voice" at the organization, adding that "Fake News needs the competition".
"For the moment, be especially careful of emails from this address", Solov wrote in the company's internal Slack channel, a copy of which was obtained by CNN.
Fake Bannon responded by showing his approval of a Breitbart story suggesting Ivanka Trump "pushed out" Bannon.
Mr Bannon recently returned to the right-wing site after being fired from his position in Trump's administration.
Instead, it is far more probable that Breitbart will continue to disseminate skewed presidential talking points to be used as counter-narratives to supposed "fake news" - only this time, the president's right-hand advisor will be manning all the controls directly. I built a f-ing machine at Breitbart.