Scaramucci says Trump 'knows what he's going to do with' Bannon

Frederick Owens
August 13, 2017

Scaramucci also weighed in on Trump's response to the violence that besieged Charlottesville, Va. on Saturday, telling Stephanopoulos that he would have pushed the President to use stronger words in condemning the neo-Nazis and other demonstrators.

"If you are on the McMaster side, you do not like this memo because you read it and you say, 'Hey is he talking about me?"

Mr Scaramucci, who was removed as communications director last month after just 10 days on the job, told ABC there are "elements" within the White House trying to "eject" Mr Trump, according to the BBC. Scaramucci on Sunday said that "for the record, I thought that was off the record". "It's actually terrorism and whether it's domestic or global terrorism, with the moral authority of the presidency, you have to call that stuff out", Scaramucci in the air of ABC.

He called Lizza's decision to record the call "a very deceitful thing that he did".

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During an interview on ABC's "This Week", Scaramucci was asked whether he thinks he deserved to be fired after a vulgar tirade about Trump administration officials.

"My feeling about the whole thing is that what happened was sort of meant to happen", he said.

Scaramucci said President Donald Trump "needed to be much harsher" to the white supremacists.

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