The new communications director, Anthony Scaramucci, hasn’t even been here a week, and already he has his own scandal. Anthony Scaramucci has blown his own lid in an interview with Ryan Lizza filled with expletives that is unbelievable. Bombshell conversation in which The White House communications director launches a profane attack.


He attacks, in very vulgar terms, Reince Priebus and Steve Bannon. You’re damn right it’s vulgar. Scaramucci just came in and set fire to Reince Priebus and Steve Bannon. He burnt them like a hoverboard, people. Now, we can’t go through all of the interviews because it will break our bleep machine, but here’s one thing White House communications director Scaramucci said about White House chief of staff, aka Scaramucci’s boss, Reince Priebus.

He said, “Reince is a paranoid schizophrenic, a paranoiac.” Which, honestly, I don’t blame Reince for. Anyone working for Donald Trump would get that way. It’s like being Hannibal Lecter’s chef. It’s only a matter of time. It’s only a matter of time. It’s only a matter of time. It’s only a matter of time. But here’s my favorite part. Here’s my favorite part. When the interviewer asked Scaramucci about whether he likes media attention, he says, “I’m not Steve Bannon.

I’m not trying to suck my own. Now, first off, just looking at Bannon, I don’t think that’s physically possible. Second, I feel like if that were true, Steve Bannon would be a lot more chilled out. Like, I didn’t even know it was possible to drain your own swamp. This is just insane. I’m not gonna lie, people. I love Scaramucci already. He’s cussing out all these coworkers, you know.

That’s what you do when you quit, not when you start. Or maybe he just… he just does things the opposite way. So, when he leaves The White House, he’s gonna be like, “Hi. I’m Anthony. Nice to work with you, Reince. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you.” You know what this feels like for me? I feel like I was sad because Spicer left. It was a breakup, right? And we were like, “Aw, Spicer, we’ll-we’ll never get over you, and who will take?” And then, Scaramucci walked in, and we’re like, “Goddamn!”.

“We’re moving on, baby. We’re moving on.” I’m telling you guys, this White House. You can’t get this big a show at 3:00 a.m. in Berlin. But let’s move on. Let’s move on. I’ve said this before, and this probably won’t be the last time. The only force on Earth powerful enough to stop Donald Trump may be Donald Trump. Ironic, you say? Perhaps! But this week, we saw it again big with a series of self-inflicted wounds that showed crystal clear that El Presidente doesn’t give an orange rat’s ass about whether the rule of law or the conservative agenda prized by his fellow Republicans comes to fruition.

And he did it by picking on one of the people you’d think would be closest to him. MAN: President Trump blasts his own attorney general, steaming over Jeff Sessions’ recusal from the Russia investigation. WOMAN: Taking aim once again at Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Twitter. Attacking Attorney General Jeff Sessions as weak. MAN: The president refusing to say if he’ll fire his earliest and most loyal supporter.

But I am disappointed in the attorney general. If he was going to recuse himself, he should have told me prior to taking office, and I would have, quite simply, picked somebody else. If you knew in advance what Jeff Sessions would do, you would have picked someone else. Now you know how America feels about your presidency. We all understand. Donald Trump’s anger makes no sense.

Sessions had to recuse himself from an investigation into the Trump campaign because he was part of the Trump campaign. You can’t investigate yourself. It’s one of those things that’s best done by another person like surgery or haircuts. Oh, you did it yourself? I can tell, I can tell. Yeah. Now, you may be thinking, “Why is Trump so upset with Sessions now?” I mean, his recusal was back in March. Maybe it’s because Trump’s just gotten to the Jeff Sessions episodes on his DVR.

Maybe it’s because the man investigating the Russia scandal, Bob Mueller, has his hand on the thermostat and he’s turning it way up. The special counsel is now looking into the Trump business empire in the investigation of Russian meddling in the U.S. election. NEWSMAN: Trump has been fuming about the probe in recent weeks, as he has been informed about the legal questions that he and his family could face.

He’s told aides he was especially disturbed after learning Mueller would be able to access several years of his tax returns. Why is Trump so scared of people seeing his tax returns? Like, I’m-I’m genuinely flabbergasted. I’m going like, what are you afraid of? What could be worse than what we already know about him? What could be worse? Did he claim himself as Putin’s dependent?

What is in the tax returns? I don’t even know what it could be. Like, did he list his birthplace on there, and it’s actually Kenya, is that what it is? And he’s like, “That’s how I know. “We grew up together, folks. We were like brothers.” And before we go on, let’s just sit in this for a minute. As attorney general, Sessions is supposed to enforce the rules of the country. Trump wants him only to enforce the rules of Trump.

That’s not a president. That’s a king. And America doesn’t do kings. It’s why they’ve reduced them to flipping burgers. That guy, when he came here, he was very confident, very confident. He was like, “I’m here to rule,” and they were like, “Yo, you’re gonna rule this grill, mother. Now, get cookin’.” And as the week went on, Trump was hitting Sessions harder and harder. NEWSMAN: The president now questioning the reason Sessions backed him, citing his campaign crowds, in a new Wall Street Journal interview.

“He was a senator from Alabama “he looks at 40,000 people and he probably says, “‘What do I have to lose?’ “And he endorsed me. “So it’s not like a great, loyal thing about the endorsement.”. When Trump drops you, he drops you hard, man. He just, like, throws the loyalty away. If you jumped on a grenade for Trump, he’d be like, “He just did that because he wanted “a set of those cool robot legs.

“Guy’s a total showboat. Very sad. Totally sad, folks.” So, because Sessions can’t protect Trump from Mueller, Trump now wants to get rid of Sessions. The only problem is, the tiny man has big friends. NEWSWOMAN: The message from Hill Republicans to Trump– firing Sessions would be a mistake. I think the attorney general’s doing a fine job, and I think he made the right decision to recuse himself.

He is not the president’s personal lawyer. He’s the attorney general of the United States. He took an oath to the Constitution, not to the president. He doesn’t work for the president, he works for a blindfolded woman holding a set of scales. If Jeff Sessions is fired, there will be holy hell to pay. The presidency isn’t a bull, and this country isn’t a china shop. Well, actually, this country is a China shop.

America buys everything from China. I bet if you turned the actual continent over, it would say “Made in China.” It sort of is. But I get what you’re saying, I get what you’re saying. And you see those Republicans supporting Sessions? They’re explaining what Donald Trump has forgotten. On a purely political level, Sessions is exactly the wrong guy for Trump to mess with.

And not because he’s so powerful, but because of what he represents. Before Sessions joined his campaign, Trump was a joke in Washington. Sessions didn’t just bring his cookies to the campaign, he brought credibility. Jeff Sessions, who is legendary

TV REPORTER: Yeah. on immigration, has now endorsed Trump.

TV REPORTER: The first sitting senator to get behind the billionaire’s campaign. TV REPORTER: As you get more establishment Republicans, it becomes more and more his nomination. Yeah. In other words, Jeff Sessions did for Donald Trump what Dr. Dre did for Eminem. He was like, “Trust me, this crazy-ass white guy is the real deal, just trust me.”