ANALYSIS: Priebus, Bannon Appointments Point Toward Split Approach to Trump Presidency

What the appointments of Priebus and Bannon say about a Trump presidency.

Since the election, Trump has indicated that he looks forward to working with Ryan, and Ryan has returned the friendly words.

Yet Bannon remains close and arguably in the more influential White House role. He will be a voice in Trump's ear — and surely in the faces of those who oppose his efforts — reminding him of the remarkable power he derived from the grassroots.

The ultimate outsider is adding some important insider credentials. He may be accused by some of going establishment. But Trump's play is more complicated than that.