Reince Priebus previously served as the Republican National Committee Chairman. Bannon was the chair of Brietbart News, a politically conservative news site.President-elect&nbsp;Donald Trump signaled Sunday that the dual forces that helped get him elected &mdash; Republican loyalists and far-right conservatives &mdash; will share power in his White House, naming strategists to two top West Wing posts.Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus will serve&nbsp;as his White House chief of staff, suggesting an increased willingness by Trump&nbsp;to work within Washington's system&nbsp;to accomplish his agenda.At the same time, however, Stephen K. Bannon, the campaign CEO who helped amplify some of Trump's most incendiary rhetoric about Muslims, immigrants and other minority groups, will serve as his chief strategist, according to a statement that called Priebus and Bannon "equal partners."&ldquo;I am thrilled to have my very successful team continue with me in leading our country,&rdquo; Trump said in the&nbsp;statement. &ldquo;Steve and Reince are highly qualified leaders who worked well together on our campaign and led us to a historic victory. Now I will have them both with me in the White House as we work to make America great again.&rdquo;Priebus&nbsp;was viewed as a choice who could bring order and experience to Trump's inner circle, which consists largely of family members and advisors with little experience in Washington. He also serves as a bridge to Republican leaders on Capitol Hill, including House Speaker Paul D. Ryan of Wisconsin and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky.&nbsp;Trump is known to value loyalty. Even as Trump's outsider candidacy split the GOP during the primaries, Priebus&nbsp;was one of the first party leaders to accept and promote Trump&nbsp;once it became clear he was the likely nominee.Bannon, who took leave from his job running the conservative Breitbart News site to run Trump's campaign, is a divisive figure. Breitbart, which had long promoted Trump's candidacy, has also given a platform to the so-called alt-right, a loose collective of openly racist and anti-Semitic activists. Bannon's new West Wing assignment immediately drew criticism from both Democrats and Republicans."Be very vigilant America," warned John Weaver, a top operative&nbsp;for Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich's presidential campaign.&nbsp;The racist, fascist extreme right is represented footsteps from the Oval Office. Be very vigilant America.&mdash; John Weaver (@JWGOP) November 13, 2016 Bannon, a former Goldman Sachs banker, has also worked in various roles in the entertainment industry, producing films and politically oriented documentaries. He also had a hand in Turner Broadcasting's purchase of Castle Rock and gained a stake in rights to a handful of television shows, including "Seinfeld."2:40 p.m.: This story was updated with details on Bannon's&nbsp;Hollywood career.1:55 p.m.: This story was updated with background on Bannon.