I’ve been watching Anthony Scaramucci from a distance. He used to follow me on Twitter but now he doesn’t. I guess the reason is that I keep highlighting his ripping of Pres. Trump on these socialist networks and then trying to make sure that before he leaves the studio, he wants to remind everyone in the building that he is a friend of the administration.
Scaramucci is a liar. If he was a friend, he would be contacting the White House and telling Pres. Trump everything he gives Trump’s enemies on these networks. His latest “help-aid” was when he appeared on MSNBC’s Chris Matthews Hardball, ripping the president behavior while visiting mass shooting victims in El Paso and Dayton, Ohio. Scaramucci claims the visits were “a catastrophe for him.”
I know the stunt Scaramucci is pulling and it’s called trying to stay in the so-called circles that he is in but appear on any network he can, bashing Trump under the umbrella of a friend trying to help out another friend that is out of control.
You want to do that, speak to that friend. You don’t run to the man’s enemies trying to raise your star, giving them double-speak. There’s a word for that — two-faced.
Scaramucci: “So, look, the president didn’t do well on the trip. He probably would be mad at somebody for saying that. Maybe he’ll tweet something negative about somebody for saying he didn’t do well, but facts are he did not do well on the trip because if the trip is being made about him and not the demonstration of compassion and love and caring and empathy for those people, then it becomes a catastrophe for him, the administration, and it’s also a bad reflection on the country.”
Scaramucci slamming individuals who allegedly leaked their disapproval of Trump’s visit to the media is nuts also. He’s trying to show he’s calling them out but he doesn’t know if the story is true. The story was reported by the Washington Post and the NY Times as clickbait. [Related: NY Times Haberman Not Happy Trump Defended Himself Against Media Attacks During El Paso, Dayton Visits]
Scaramucci: “Something about Washington where there is an allergic reaction to the truth and people would rather tell the reporter on an anonymous phone call about what they think is going on in an attempt that they think actually saves their face,” he said. “But those people inside the White House are a bunch of cowards. They should tell [Trump] the truth instead of picking up the phone and calling a reporter.”
“They should tell [Trump] the truth?” That’s what I am suggesting that Scaramucci do but I see his colors and he’s not trustworthy.
Watch the video above, via MSNBC.