President Trump’s former Director of Communications, Anthony Scaramucci, appeared on "Anderson Cooper 360," Monday, to discuss the state of the Republican Party.
Scaramucci believes that due to his role in inciting the riot at the Capitol, historians will video Trump in the same way as the Oklahoma City bomber.
On Tuesday, former White House director of communications Anthony Scaramucci appeared on “Anderson Cooper 360” where he discussed his former boss, Outgoing-President Donald Trump.
During a Monday conversation on “Morning Joe” with former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci and other market experts, MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough complained that Republican officials are inconsistent with concerns about national finances.“You know,” Scarborough said, “it used to be that I could get Republicans on this show to also talk about massive spending … again ginning up the economy, overheating the economy, the $23 trillion national debt.“Republicans, they only seem to care about deficits or debts when Democrats are in the White House, but man, we’re looking at bigger spending and more fiscal recklessness than ever before this year,” he added.Also Read: Joe Scarborough Tells GOP to 'Speak Up Now' After Trump Attacks Elijah Cummings and Baltimore (Video)Libertarian party chairman Nicholas Sarwark agreed, saying, “Absolutely. You can hear it in that jobs report. You can see the seeds of the destruction.”Scarborough has hit the GOP many times on his show during the era of President Donald Trump’s administration, saying Republicans are “damned by [their] own silence.” In July, he addressed the party directly: “I’m getting really tired of having to tell you this and please, please, please, don’t write your books about ‘how I won the war’ after Donald Trump leaves town. Speak up now because if you don’t, Donald Trump is going to bring you down.”Read original story Joe Scarborough: GOP Won’t Come on ‘Morning Joe’ to Talk Debt Unless ‘Democrats Are in the White House’ At TheWrap
The former White House communications director said President Donald Trump was "giving people a license to hate."
CBS reality show "Big Brother" loves to tell its audience to "expect the unexpected," but things went pretty much according to the assumed with Anthony Scaramucci on the second season premiere of the celebrity edition of the show. Right from his introductory package, Scaramucci had to acknowledge he was fired from the White House, "for […]
An ex-White House communications director, a disgraced Olympic gold medalist and an O.J. Simpson murder case witness walk into a bar… stop us if you’ve heard this one before. CBS on Sunday revealed the full cast line-up for Big Brother: Celebrity Edition Season 2, which includes Anthony “The Mooch” Scaramucci, Ryan Lochte and Kato Kaelin. They’ll […]
It seems that Michael Avenatti found himself in a hairy back-and-forth with Anthony Scaramucci on Friday. Avenatti, who lately has gained headlines for his representation of porn star Stormy Daniels in her legal battle with Donald Trump, fired a return shot at former White House communications director Scaramucci on Friday, after the Mooch made a crack about Avenatti’s hair. Earlier this month, a New York Times report stated that a “Crossfire”-style TV show starring Avenatti and Scaramucci had been pitched to cable news networks.
Anthony Scaramucci shared the legal advice he gave Michael Cohen and weighed in on whether or not he thinks Cohen will cooperate with the FBI.
On "Celebrity Big Brother," Omarosa said that one White House employee, Anthony Scaramucci, certainly kept things interesting.
Anthony Scaramucci says that he would fire Steve Bannon if he were president. And he also defends President Trump, who fired him after only 10 days on the job.
Mario Cantone returns as "The Mooch," Anthony Scaramucci, to profess his love for Trump on "The President Show."
Late-night hosts Trevor Noah, Stephen Colbert, and Seth Meyers hilariously said farewell to Anthony Scaramucci shortly after they said farewell to Sean Spicer.