Scaramucci, of course, was addressing his wild comments to New Yorker reporter Ryan Lizza — comments which were published on the magazine’s website Thursday afternoon and sent shockwaves through the Beltway and beyond. But the new White House Communications Director — the leading conduit between President Donald Trump and the fourth estate — appears to be getting his relationship with the White House press corps off to a great start by telling them he won’t trust reporters. Appearing on CNN Thursday night, Lizza responded to Scaramucci’s Tweet by saying that the comments were on the record, and thus, Continue reading "White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci: ‘I Made a Mistake in Trusting in a Reporter’"
I made a mistake in trusting in a reporter. It won’t happen again.— Anthony Scaramucci (@Scaramucci) July 28, 2017
“Sessions should have never recused himself and if he was going to recuse himself he should have told me before he took the job and I would have picked somebody else.”Sessions told Carlson, “I understand his feelings about it, because this has been a big distraction for him.” But he insisted that he still believes he “made the right decision.” Carlson asked him directly about whether he will continue to run the DOJ after what the President has said about him. Sessions said that’s up to Trump, but for now he will remain in his position. Continue reading "Despite Trump Attacks, Jeff Sessions Insists He ‘Made the Right Decision’ on Recusal"
This interview with Scaramucci is one of the most wtf documents I’ve ever read: https://t.co/N7LRAoGT3d— Ezra Klein (@ezraklein) July 27, 2017
Today is the day that Scaramucci truly became communications director. — Evan Osnos (@eosnos) July 27, 2017