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Anthony Scaramucci: Trump Should Have Been 'Much Harsher' On White Supremacists

13 August 2017, 06:06 | Erica Roy

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Steve Bannon’s job in the White House could be in trouble. Again

Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci on Sunday said President Donald Trump should have been "much harsher" in condemning white supremacy after clashes at a Charlottesville rally left one person dead and dozens injured. One woman died after a auto rammed into a crowd of protesters and dozens of people were injured; the driver was charged with second-degree murder and other counts.

But two things Kelly apparently could not control on Thursday: What Trump would say next or how long he would keep talking. The power struggle between McMaster's camp and the White House's more nationalist faction, led by chief strategist Steve Bannon, was highlighted in a memo obtained by Foreign Policy.

Scaramucci's brief tenure at the White House ended with his resignation in late July after he gave a bombastic interview to the New Yorker in which he lashed out at various other members of Trump's inner circle. It was a reference to Bannon's former job running Brietbart.com, the right-wing site that has also been associated with the alt-right. He has got to move more to the mainstream He has to be where the moderates and independents are that love the president. "The president has a very good idea of the people who are undermining his agenda that are serving their own interests", Scaramucci added.

Scaramucci was sacked after just 11 days on the job.


"Lots of reporters tape phone calls", Stephanpoulos said.

But he acknowledged that he "made an unforced error", and said that he was a target from the start.

'I wouldn't have recommended that statement, ' said Scaramucci, who held his White House position for just 10 days.



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