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MSNBC Interview Goes off the Rails With NSFW Question to Anthony Scaramucci

12 January 2018

Trump fired back at Bannon's claims Wednesday by declaring his former key adviser had "lost his mind", and Ruhle asked Scaramucci if he felt vindicated by his past criticisms of the disgraced official. 'That's a foolish way to be if you're trying to create functionality and you're trying to help the president pursue his own agenda'.

"I'm going to tell you something, people in certain high-stress decision-making situations, they sometimes make a mistake", Scaramucci said. He said Bannon still holds a powerful voice amongst Republicans and he should once again use it to support Trump's presidency rather than spew falsehoods against it.

'There's two things you can do with a guy like that.

'What I said about the guy six months ago and what the president said yesterday, that he's focused on himself and he's focused on his own brand, ' The Mooch continued.

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"But after the fact- Trust me, it's good my husband's not here", Ruhle said. You can either excise him and shun him, which I don't think is the best-recommended strategy. After the excerpts were released from the aforementioned "Fire and Fury" book my Michael Wolff, it was revealed that Bannon had turned on Trump, insulting both the administration and members of the president's family. How about the night that the president flew from Pennsylvania to MI and got to MI at 12:50 in the morning, 24 hours before the election was over.

Scaramucci also didn't care for the characterization that Trump was dumb, as a number of people in the book are quoted saying including media mogul Rupert Murdoch and longtime aide Sam Nunberg. "Let's be honest about how you feel". And in covering the latest battle between Donald Trump and his ousted former strategist, Fox & Friends-the president's favorite TV show-was happy to give Scaramucci airtime to show exactly whose side they are taking. You see, I got you there because you stepped in about the looks. 'People were calling George W. Bush all those sorts of adjectives and he said you can not be dumb to win the American presidency'.

But Scaramucci saved most of his ammo for Bannon, about whom he vented to The New Yorker that cost him his job after just 11 days.