Post-Scaramucci White House, why Trump is fighting Republicans

White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci walks down the steps of Air Force One after arriving at Long Island Mac Arthur Airport in Ronkonkoma N.Y. Friday

After that, he lasted only for 11 days in the White House.

He suggested the White House "vastly increases" the amount of visual, video and graphical images it produces to "communicate our message".

The New Yorker Magazine has published audio excerpts of the phone conversation that Anthony Scaramucci had with reporter Ryan Lizza. He wrote: "No more threats about leaking and internal game playing - anyone who takes actions that do not serve the President will be dismissed - period". Lizza calls him "buddy" at one point.

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Fox News co-president Bill Shine is providing Scaramucci with a daytime online event where Scaramucci is expected to directly tell the American people what happened during his time in the Trump administration, according to CNN. He commented very badly on this matter.Anthony Scaramuccihad contacted Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation to deeply investigate Reince Priebus. John Francis Kelly now White House Chief of Staff and was also US Secretary of Homeland Security requested US PresidentTrump for doing this. Because he suspects Priebus for leaking information about his financial disclosure form to a reporter of Politico. On 28 July 2107, he replaced Reince Priebus.

Former-but-never-started White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci experienced a rough, controversial 10 days with his title, and he ultimately got canned by new Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly as a signal of a fresh start in the West Wing. He also had nice words for the new White House chief of staff, John Kelly, despite reports that Kelly was behind removing Scaramucci. The comments by Anthony Scaramucci causes chaos in the white house and also for religious leaders.

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