“The memo is less insane than one would have guessed,” says a former Obama administration communications director.
After an explosive 10-day tenure in the White House, the Mooch is hosting an online event to bare all.
There is speculation the former press secretary may remain in Trump’s administration.
"The Mooch is toast," joked "The Late Show" host.
The new White House chief of staff has not been very happy with Trump of late.
“Read Shakespeare. Particularly Othello. You are right there,” Scaramucci wrote to the prankster, who masqueraded as Reince Priebus.
Scaramucci's potty mouth was too much, even for Trump.
Anthony Scaramucci's brother Jimmy would have hated the cheating, classless winner and sore loser that is Donald Trump.
Former U.S. officials say Scaramucci's recent comments indicate a breakdown in the democratic norms of the White House.
The incoming White House Communications Director's praise for the president's sporting prowess was taken a step further in official transcripts.
Scaramucci called the White House Chief of Staff a "paranoid schizophrenic" and that he wants to "kill all the leakers."
The president understands the "common struggle," according to the new White House communications director.
Many see Trump, who complains regularly about leaks, as a “citizen whistleblower” who can provide leadership to “drain the swamp.”
"The White House leaks are small potatoes relative to things that are going on with leaking things about Syria or North Korea, or leaking things about Iraq," Scaramucci says.
Public documents reveal the president's new communications chief earned nearly $10M while working in the Trump administration.
The new White House communications director complained to Obama in 2010 that Wall Street was being "whacked" like a piñata.
The communications director said the press secretary should keep the same hair and makeup.
Scaramucci said the president told him it wasn't certain Russia meddled in election.
Anthony Scaramucci said he wanted to deescalate things regarding Russia.
Anthony Scaramucci wasn't always such a fan of the Republican president.
Anthony Scaramucci previously donated to Barack Obama but has been a vigorous defender of Donald Trump.
The president's pick to head the White House communications team has told Russian media he is no fan of U.S. sanctions on Moscow.