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

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

Scaramucciis an American financier and political figure. For example, POTUS is the best golfer to serve as President. He became White House Communications Director on 21 July. Since he left the White House, a memo that Scaramucci wrote to overhaul the White House communications office also leaked to the media, keeping him in the headlines, CNN reported.

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

As Scaramucci says his final goodbyes, Trump clutches him and they engage in a deep and passionate kiss, before the Mooch is dragged off by the large prop hand of Kelly while professing his love of Trump, exclaiming, "I frigging love you", as Trump bursts into tears. He accused Priebus of leaking information to the media.

Mr Scaramucci also calls for "video content that constructively operates as "The President Donald J Trump" show".

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Trump fired Scaramucci on Monday, reportedly at the request of the new Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly.

Scaramucci threatened to fire "three to four people" the next day and called former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus a "f***ing paranoid schizophrenic" during the late night phone call".

After this huge matter, only one questions comes in mind that Why Trump is fighting Republicans?According to US President Donald Trump, the comments which Anthony Scaramucci made were inappropriate especially being White House Communications Director. TMZ dubbed the conversation "insane", and it was met with similar adjectives by other news outlets at the time due to the unprecedented attacks being publicly lobbed by one then-White House official toward others in the same administration.

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