Mr. Anthony (AKA – Scrapping Scaramucci) Scaramucci appears to let his I-tal-ian temper get the best of him or it is his natural way of expressing himself. Possibly that is one of the reason PDT tapped him on the shoulder as the Casa Bianca’s mouth-piece, for his tenacious personality and fiery temper.
Less than a week after he was appointed White House communications director, Anthony Scaramucci sparked a media furor on Thursday after unleashing a profane, unhinged rant against top Trump administration aides in an interview with The New Yorker’s Ryan Lizza. In the phone call, which Scaramucci initiated, he threatened to fire the entire White House communications staff, called chief of staff Reince Priebus a “paranoid schizophrenic” and said chief strategist Steve Bannon was trying to build his “own brand off the fucking strength of the president.”
One of the primary reasons he was hired by PDT was to do the Dutch Kid thing and stop the leaks in the dike.
I will be the first one to admit that having a temper is a very useful tool in a person life. BUT in many different scenarios, it is very important to know how to control it and it not control you.
White House Director of Communications
Sean Spicer (Acting)
January 6, 1964 (age 53)
Long Island, New York, U.S.
Tufts University (BA)
Harvard University (JD)
Nomination to Office of Public Liaison
On January 12, 2017, Scaramucci was named Assistant to President Trump and Director of the White House Office of Public Liaison and Intergovernmental Affairs. In January 2017, he told New York magazine “My best service to him is acting as a fair broker for the situation, because what happens in Washington is they will stab you right in the chest with a smile on their face. It’s like the Game of Thrones and the Hunger Games screenwriters got together with the writers of House of Cards and they made a story. And the other thing I have learned about these people in Washington, Nelson, is they have no money. So what happens when they have no fucking money is they fight about what seat they are in and what the title is. Fucking congressmen act like that. They are fucking jackasses.
In my opinion there is nothing wrong with shooting from the hip and telling it like it is, if a person is correct in their assertions/accusations. BUT, always the BIG BUT, possible, people in high places that put it out there are more subject to scrutiny than the construction worker in the bar that tells a guy to get the fuck out of his seat.
In this day and age of super sleuths and the molesting media, they are bird dogging anyone and everyone of importance just to get the scoop even if they passed a little gas. Invariable, inflating the degree of disaster 10 times worse as it really was.
I don’t know how many people out there are aware of the severity of leaks with-in the government and the harm they do to the country. I find it hard to believe that these weasels can not be flushed out. Just how many people have access to sensitive material, I don’t know.
Dangers of government leaks:
I would go so far as to say; in some very sensitive areas, leaks should be considered an act of treason.
The leakers are like Judas that sold his soul for a bag of gold.
Recently we had a man in a very high position in the government, James Comey, the head of the FBI admit that he leaked information to a friend of his because he was pissed off at PDT. That is pretty high up on the food chain to be so untrustworthy. I was very surprised he admitted to it.
There is an old sayin I love; keep your enemies close and your friends closer. Unfortunately, in this day and age of parasites and back-stabbers, there are not too many people we can feel safe with.
I hope Sherriff Scaramucci gets his man.
As far as him using the “F” bomb with such frequency; now a days, it is like asking the guy next to you in the restaurant to pass the sugar. Not a big deal. Just ask your 9 year old kid.