AUDIO: Anthony Scaramucci's Phone Call to New Yorker's Ryan Lizza

Casey Dawson
August 5, 2017

This tenure being Communications Director of White House was the shortest tenure in the whole History of American.The presidential campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama were supported by Anthony Scaramucci. He became White House Communications Director on 21 July.

The New Yorker Magazine has published audio excerpts of the phone conversation that Anthony Scaramucci had with reporter Ryan Lizza.

Still, the memo points out: "Comms is a Customer Service Operation - POTUS [President of the United States] is the Number One Customer".

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Some Republican lawmakers have called for overhauling the committee to address other concerns about Chinese deals. He said China had a particular role to play, as it accounted for 90 per cent of trade with the Communist nation.

Lizza added that he believes Scaramucci's brief appointment to the position was part of a pattern from the Trump administration to relate to Trump's most enthusiastic supporters. He wrote: "No more threats about leaking and internal game playing - anyone who takes actions that do not serve the President will be dismissed - period". He commented very badly on this matter.Anthony Scaramuccihad contacted Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation to deeply investigate Reince Priebus.

Mr Scaramucci also calls for "video content that constructively operates as "The President Donald J Trump" show". It was reported that the decision to remove Scaramucci came at the request of Kelly, who was sworn in as chief of staff on Monday morning.

Anthony Scaramucci seems to have been fired largely as a result of his embarrassingly vulgar New Yorker interview, in which he trashed every other major figure in the White House - something classless even for Donald Trump's standards, if you can believe it. Priebus was badly attacked by Scaramucci. But Scaramucci didn't apologize for the inappropriate comments instead refer it as a colorful language in a tweet.

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