Friday, July 28, 2017

Here is that crazy, expletive filled tirade from Trump's Communications Director yesterday.

So by now I am sure that a lot of you have heard about this New Yorker article.

I will share a few excerpts here for you to read, which, in the interest of accuracy, I will present unfiltered.

Without further ado let the latest national embarrassment begin:

On Wednesday night, I received a phone call from Anthony Scaramucci, the new White House communications director. He wasn’t happy. Earlier in the night, I’d tweeted, citing a “senior White House official,” that Scaramucci was having dinner at the White House with President Trump, the First Lady, Sean Hannity, and the former Fox News executive Bill Shine. It was an interesting group, and raised some questions. Was Trump getting strategic advice from Hannity? Was he considering hiring Shine? But Scaramucci had his own question—for me. 

“Who leaked that to you?” he asked. I said I couldn’t give him that information. He responded by threatening to fire the entire White House communications staff. “What I’m going to do is, I will eliminate everyone in the comms team and we’ll start over,” he said. I laughed, not sure if he really believed that such a threat would convince a journalist to reveal a source. He continued to press me and complain about the staff he’s inherited in his new job. “I ask these guys not to leak anything and they can’t help themselves,” he said. “You’re an American citizen, this is a major catastrophe for the American country. So I’m asking you as an American patriot to give me a sense of who leaked it.”

So in the interest of preserving what made America great, Scaramucci wanted this reporter to reveal his source in defiance of the 1st Amendment.  

“Is it an assistant to the President?” he asked. I again told him I couldn’t say. “O.K., I’m going to fire every one of them, and then you haven’t protected anybody, so the entire place will be fired over the next two weeks.” 

I asked him why it was so important for the dinner to be kept a secret. Surely, I said, it would become public at some point. “I’ve asked people not to leak things for a period of time and give me a honeymoon period,” he said. “They won’t do it.” He was getting more and more worked up, and he eventually convinced himself that Priebus was my source. 

“They’ll all be fired by me,” he said. “I fired one guy the other day. I have three to four people I’ll fire tomorrow. I’ll get to the person who leaked that to you. Reince Priebus—if you want to leak something—he’ll be asked to resign very shortly.” The issue, he said, was that he believed Priebus had been worried about the dinner because he hadn’t been invited. “Reince is a fucking paranoid schizophrenic, a paranoiac,” Scaramucci said. He channelled Priebus as he spoke: “ ‘Oh, Bill Shine is coming in. Let me leak the fucking thing and see if I can cock-block these people the way I cock-blocked Scaramucci for six months.’ ”

Does he kiss Trump's ass with that mouth?

So apparently Scaramucci was convinced that this was the work of Reince "once and" Priebus and he was determined that this reporter, Ryan Lizza, should confirm that.

He even went so far as to suggest that he had called the FBI and Justice Department about this matter, and when queried further by Lizza responded in third person:

“The swamp will not defeat him,” he said, breaking into the third person. “They’re trying to resist me, but it’s not going to work. I’ve done nothing wrong on my financial disclosures, so they’re going to have to go fuck themselves.” 

Scaramucci also told me that, unlike other senior officials, he had no interest in media attention. “I’m not Steve Bannon, I’m not trying to suck my own cock,” he said, speaking of Trump’s chief strategist. “I’m not trying to build my own brand off the fucking strength of the President. I’m here to serve the country.” 

Okay first off this is a picture of Stephen Bannon..... let's put to the rest any idea that he has even SEEN his cock in the last ten yeas much less put his mouth anywhere near it.

And then things got weird. (I'm sorry, weirder.)

“What I want to do is I want to fucking kill all the leakers and I want to get the President’s agenda on track so we can succeed for the American people,” he told me. 

(Wait, did he just threaten to kill White House staff members?)

He cryptically suggested that he had more information about White House aides. “O.K., the Mooch showed up a week ago,” he said. (There's that third person again.) “This is going to get cleaned up very shortly, O.K.? Because I nailed these guys. I’ve got digital fingerprints on everything they’ve done through the F.B.I. and the fucking Department of Justice.” 

“What?” I interjected. 

“Well, the felony, they’re gonna get prosecuted, probably, for the felony.” He added, “The lie detector starts—” but then he changed the subject and returned to what he thought was the illegal leak of his financial-disclosure forms. I asked if the President knew all of this. 

“Well, he doesn’t know the extent of all that, he knows about some of that, but he’ll know about the rest of it first thing tomorrow morning when I see him.” 

Scaramucci said he had to get going. “Yeah, let me go, though, because I’ve gotta start tweeting some shit to make this guy crazy.”

And the Mooch did indeed tweet.

 However later he must have had a moment of sanity, and deleted it.

Now keep in mind that this is the new Communications Director.

You know, the guy who is supposed to help his president more effectively get his message out to the people.

If have not yet had enough of the Mooch, well you are in luck because he called into CNN yesterday to "clarify" all of this for us.

Remember, he is supposed to be the new Communications Director.

By the way I have heard from several folks on cable news that it is very likely that all of this will only make Trump like the Mooch even more. And even that Trump gave Scaramucci the green light to go after Priebus publicly.

And why not, they almost sound like the same fucking guy. 


  1. Anonymous8:10 AM

    “What I want to do is I want to fucking kill all the leakers and I want to get the President’s agenda on track so we can succeed for the American people,” he told me.

    The Boy Scouts that were impressed with Trumps style may be keeping up with the news and on-line to keep learning from this leader and his staff. Young people learn by example, what teachers this White House is for them.

    Barron, Trumps son loves the internet. He must be so proud of his father, he never does wrong, you know? Barron must be getting some education.

    His mother's cyber-bullying project has gone silent but what a teaching tool. She chose that project due to her son. It is an important example.

  2. Anonymous8:17 AM


    "I’m thinking crackpot replacements such as Fox News commentators Jeanine Pirro or Andrew Napolitano. Maybe even Chris Christie or Rudy Giuliani. The crazier and more ideological they are, the more likely they’d be to agree to swear a Trump loyalty oath that would include a promise to stymie the Trump-Russia probe."Donald Trump. He seems to think that a strategic Brundlefly gambit — something like Sun-tzu mixed with a Scooby-Doo villain"iring Mueller would be “the end of the Trump presidency.” Graham added, “If Jeff Sessions is fired, there will be HOLY HELL to pay.” { Oh so scared} "given that Congress might well decide to REappoint Mueller as a special prosecutor, Trump firing Mueller might be the best thing the president could ever do for the nation."

    1. Anonymous9:08 AM

      Trump can only pick someone who has been confirmed already, and doesn't have to be an attorney.

    2. Anonymous5:48 PM

      Not true 9:08. He could make a recess appointment who could then keep the position until 2019, plenty of time to fire Mueller. Graham has threatened to stop such a firing by making the firing of special council subject to judicial review.

  3. Anonymous8:39 AM

    The mooch needs to be drug tested.

    1. More like a 72 hour hold and evaluation at Bellvue.

    2. Anonymous5:44 PM

      Agreed. The level of coke in his system would be astonishing for such a tiny shit!

  4. Anonymous9:09 AM

    trump hires only the "best" people.This man is a slimy POS.

    1. Anonymous10:49 PM

      Looks like he's ready to give birth to a beer can.
      Will it be a Budweiser?
      Or will it be a Miller Lite? A Mexican Corona?

  5. Anonymous9:11 AM

    As I am reading this my sense of humor took off and I'm laughing my ass off. Kinda like this is a stupid show on tv but then I realized it is REAL. And the now "communication" guy communicates trump perfectly. As he got to bannon and the sucking own old warty ding dong all curled up in oval office that was it. It was way way way too funny.

  6. Anonymous9:14 AM

    The mooch vs bannon and pribus. Wow, this should be x rated, our children should not be exposed to such nasty talk and behavior. Did trump dissolve the FCC too?

    1. Anonymous10:00 AM

      Wonder what "religious right" Pence thinks about this?

  7. Anonymous9:36 AM

    She fled a communist country

    1. Anonymous11:43 AM

      Slovenia was never a Communist country. It was part of the socialist federation

  8. Sure, Trump likes him until he doesn't. He may be just like Trump and that is his Achilles heel. As soon as Trump sees him as a threat, he'll get rid of him.

    Bannon and Priebus will paint Scaramucci as a liability that is embarrassing Trump and making Trump an object of ridicule. They know Trump, they've been there longer and they know exactly how to undermine Scaramucci.

    SNL will help things along by crucifying Scaramucci. It will be worse than McCarthy doing Spicer.

    Bottom line is Scaramucci is the biggest leaker at all. He just can't help himself he has such a big mouth and loves using it to puff up his own brand. Hey, look what *I* know.

    1. Anonymous11:11 AM

      Yep. Right now talk and attention is on The Mooch, not The Rump. The Rump hates that.

  9. Anonymous9:44 AM

    Is the White House Communications director allowed to delete his communications? Aren't they governed by the law requiring that all that crap be preserved? Or is that only true for the president and his cabinet?

  10. Anonymous9:44 AM

    So professional! All the evangelical Trump supporters must be so proud at how great America is getting!
    Scaramucci has a dirty mouth. Another great role model for the future Hitler/Trump youth.

    1. Anonymous10:56 PM

      Thanks for the laugh about the evangelical Trump supporters!

  11. Anonymous9:54 AM

    Apparently this is Trump's idea of one of the 'Best' folks. A wannabe tinpot dictator hires a wannabe mobster.

  12. Anonymous9:59 AM

    Boy, he and Trump sound exactly alike. Two of them in the White House (if he is hired?!). What idiots! Hopefully, he'll help bring the Trumpster down soon!

  13. Anonymous10:01 AM

    Scaramucci on Nasty Interview: I Thought I Was Off the Record

    But reporter who received vulgar tirade says they had a clear understanding

    ..."Scaramucci, who initiated the call, did not ask for the conversation to be off the record or on background," Ryan Lizza wrote in the original story. And a spokesperson for the magazine tells Axios that "Scaramucci was clear and agreed that the conversation was on the record."

    1. Anonymous11:13 AM

      Yep, and when I heard Ryan Lizza being interviewed last night, he also said that the financial disclosure leak was obtained via a very, very legal request through FOIA by reporters.

  14. Anonymous10:10 AM

    McCain is getting the credit, but these women are the ones who really saved Obamacare

    Sens. Murkowski and Collins have always stuck to their principles.

    Enough about McCain. It was Collins, Murkowski and red-state Democrats who killed Trumpcare.

    1. Anonymous3:39 PM

      "“Interior Department controls vast parts of our Country and cannot be allowed to use federal lands for an extortion racket,” Painter wrote on Twitter. “Fire Zinke NOW.” "

  15. Anonymous10:24 AM

    Anthony Scaramucci’s vulgar New Yorker interview is beyond words

    We'll see what happens Friday, but if the president is signing off on this kind of thing, we have entered a completely new phase in the White House's descent into chaos.

    The Anthony Scaramucci Era Will Be Freakish, Embarrassing and All Too Short

    Glad-handing hedge-funder turned White House press chief has reignited the comic potential of Trump presidency. It's too bad he won't last past the end of this sentence

    ...In the space of a week, Trump's new press expert demonstrated that he a) didn't know how to hold off-the-record conversations b) didn't understand that cameras and microphones keep rolling even when the red light is off and c) doesn't bother to check the other public statements made by administration officials before he makes statements of his own. An alien crashed on earth and given a two-minute tutorial on dealing with reporters would have done a better job.

    1. Anonymous12:45 PM

      The Anthony Scaramucci Show Week One, Where Every Hour Is Amateur Hour
      In his first week, Anthony Scaramucci managed to direct the entire White House communications narrative to himself.

  16. Chenagrrl10:25 AM

    As Olivia Nuzzi tweeted, "It's been a bad week for Italians."

    As an Italian in my sphere said, Nuzzi follows Nutsy.

    1. Anonymous11:34 AM

      Italian-Americans worried Scaramucci has revived every negative stereotype of them in one week of work

  17. Anonymous10:26 AM

    Is he from the mob? Sounds like it. Pretty soon Trump will have prostitutes in the white house. The white house has foul mouthed, unethical people filling up that house.
    It's like that credit card commercial where everyone says what they really want to say. The days of genteel glory for the white house went out when the rich trailer trash by the name of Trump moved his entourage into it. Tis not a good time for Americans as we are made to witness this undignified time in our history.
    I am sure other countries laugh at us. Putin is certainly smiling at the havoc he's wreaked. Damn him and his agenda.

    1. Anonymous11:14 AM

      I believe Melania has already stayed in the White House.

  18. Anonymous10:26 AM

    The White House Is Now Doctoring Its Transcripts

    ...But this is not a joke and it’s not a mistake. It was deliberate. And that’s a bigger deal than anyone is letting on. Transcripts are not supposed to be “revised” after the fact. Official White House transcripts record exactly what the person said, regardless of “what they meant to say.” Every White House has abided by that rule, including Trump’s.

    Until now. And guess who’s ultimately in charge of transcripts? The White House communications director. Anthony Scaramucci. It might be wise not to fully rely on White House transcripts any more.

  19. Anonymous10:34 AM

    Scaramucci was hired to be the loudest voice in the room. His job is to be outrageous and take attention away from where it should be: on Trump's corruption and incompetence. Pay him scant attention and stay focused on Trump.

    1. Anonymous11:16 AM

      Especially since T.RUmp is not threatening a whole slew of long held American rights - such as presumption of innocence and due process. Encourages police brutality.

  20. Anonymous11:03 AM

    On a day when so many eyes and ears in Washington were riveted on the escalating feud between White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and new White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci, no one should lose sight of the incoming fire that arrived at the White House.

    It didn’t come from the hard left or the Democratic resistance. Instead, it came from people who represent communities or constituencies considered friendly to the president: the Republican Party, the military, and a civic organization known for its promotion of patriotism and traditional values.

    The rebukes were carefully worded so as not to be true rebukes, but they were unmistakable in their intent. In their own ways, the messages to the president carried a common theme: They were asking him to stop behaving as he has been behaving. Trump has crossed so many lines, as a candidate and as president, that the public often is numbed to what he says and does. Not this time. Perhaps that’s because each of the rebukes was about a different transgression, all of them coming in the period of only a few days.

  21. Anonymous11:05 AM

    Anthony Scaramucci’s vulgarity is one thing. The bigger story is his deception.

    A week ago, when he was announced as the White House's new communications director, Anthony Scaramucci was asked if he would always tell the truth. He seemed offended.

    “I sort of feel like I don't even have to answer that question,” he said. “I hope you can feel that from me just from my body language, that's the kind of person I am. I'm going to do the best I can.”

    Seven days later, Scaramucci's language — body and spoken — are telling some pretty dishonest tales. While the focus has mostly been on his vulgar tirade in an interview with the New Yorker, it's worth emphasizing as well that he's also misled or appeared hypocritical on a number of matters related to that interview.

    1. Anonymous12:48 PM

      ‘Deidre is not a fan of Trump’: Scaramucci’s wife reportedly files for divorce over his ‘naked political ambition’

      The New York Post reports that Scaramucci is being divorced by his wife, Deidre Ball, because she is tied of his “naked political ambition.”

      “Deidre has left him and has filed for divorce,” one source tells the Post. “She liked the nice Wall Street life and their home on Long Island, not the insane world of D.C. She is tired of his naked ambition, which is so enormous that it left her at her wits’ end.”

      Another source tells the publication that Ball is particularly unhappy that Scaramucci went to work in President Donald Trump’s White House.

      “Deidre is not a fan of Trump, and she hasn’t exactly been on board and supportive of Anthony and his push to get back into the White House,” the source explained.

      One of Scaramucci’s friends, however, said that Ball should have known what she was getting into when she married her husband.

      “I don’t know who Deidre thought she was marrying but anyone who knows Anthony knows he’s an ambitious man,” the Scaramucci friend said.

      Scaramucci and Ball began dating in 2011 and were reportedly married in 2014.

  22. Anonymous11:09 AM

    Here’s who the free market thinks is next out the door at the White House

    ...The online prediction market PredictIt has a market dedicated to this question: Which of the 24 people on Trump’s Cabinet list will leave first? Someone will leave the Cabinet at some point; who will be first out the door? People can buy shares of, say, CIA Director Mike Pompeo, for 1 cent. If he suddenly announces his resignation, share prices will spike to 99 cents — and you’ve made a profit of 98 cents per share. With share prices capped at $1, the PredictIt market serves as something of an oddsmaker.

    So, using the PredictIt’s data interface, we made a tool that shows who the free market thinks is closest to the exit. The data is refreshed every five minutes, and we show movement over the last half-hour, just so you can get a sense of what’s happening. This is in near-real time, meaning that as people are buying and selling shares in the Cabinet members, it’s reflected in the interactive below.

  23. Anonymous11:11 AM

    The Energy 202: Messing with Murkowski may not be illegal, but it sure wasn't very smart

  24. Anonymous11:12 AM

    Holy cow. I’ve been around for a while, and I can’t ever remember one senior White House official publicly throwing that kind of shade at another senior White House official. Scaramucci must be pretty confident in his position, even though he has only been there for a few days.

  25. Anonymous11:23 AM

    'PIG' dRUMPf: To NYPD>“The public respects and admires you. You’re saving American lives every day, and we have your backs, believe me. We have your backs, one hundred percent. Not like the old days. Not like the old days.”The petty President couldn’t win on health care, so he goes to New York to badmouth the former president to law enforcement officers.

    Trump isn’t a president. He is a ball of mental illness and insecurity that is failing in front of the entire world."

    1. Anonymous3:58 PM

      James Tomsheck, former head of internal affairs at U.S. Customs and Border Protection, told ABC News if the officers suspected the bottles contained a controlled substance “they should’ve conducted a field test.” Tomsheck said the agents violated protocol by allowing the teen to drink from the bottles."
      “What you see, I think, is a basic lack of compassion and decency toward a 16-year-old boy,”

  26. Anonymous11:27 AM

    "“When you see these towns and when you see these thugs being thrown into the back of a paddy wagon, you just see them thrown in, rough, I said, please don’t be too nice,” Trump remarked.

    “Like when you guys put somebody in the car and you’re protecting their head, you know, the way you put their hand over, like, don’t hit their head and they’ve just killed somebody — don’t hit their head. I said, you can take the hand away, okay?”

  27. Anonymous11:27 AM

    Advocating violence.

    The president encouraged law enforcement officers to be rougher with criminal suspects — and feel free to slam suspects’ head into their vehicles.

    “When you see these towns and when you see these thugs being thrown into the back of a paddy wagon, you just see them thrown in, rough, I said, please don’t be too nice,” Trump remarked.

    “Like when you guys put somebody in the car and you’re protecting their head, you know, the way you put their hand over, like, don’t hit their head and they’ve just killed somebody — don’t hit their head. I said, you can take the hand away, okay?”

    The crowd of officers erupted in cheers.

  28. Anonymous11:33 AM

    No more. Trump’s antic megalomania has entered a new phase where fear drives his anger, self-absorption, grandiosity, and toxic masculinity into behaviors that dominate the increasingly surreal news cycle and preclude him from achieving a even semblance of normality, even for his supporters.

    The centrifugal force of Trump frenzy is spinning off allies in Republican and conservative elites who have been clinging to his coattails since November in the hopes of enacting their agendas. Not only is the president losing his insurance policy against impeachment, he is losing his capacity to sell himself to the sympathetic.

    1. Anonymous12:44 PM

      " President Trump was capable of sublimating his rage and bluster into actions that seemed presidential, at least occasionally."{NEVER}
      "Advancing these crusades are more important to the alt-right than serving as Trump apologists, which is why Breitbart News is now criticizing Trump and defending Sessions as the “man who embodies the movement that elected Trump.”"This rash style is not only a gift to the Trump resistance, which has always depicted him as an impulsive bully, it is also corrosive to the loyalty of people who took a chance on joining his government."

      "to discuss the role of toxic masculinity in Trump’s presidential win; “BLUE" and "RED" masculinity; the destructive notion of intimacy as a gendered trait; and the trauma created by psychological patriarchy."
      "after 50 years of feminism, the retaliation against “tomboy” girls has softened some over the years. The retaliation to “mama's boys” and “sissy boys” is just as violent now among peers as it has always been. This halving process takes place whether you want it to or not."The masculine qualities are exalted. The feminine qualities are reviled. The essential nature, the dynamic between these two halves, is contempt: contempt for the feminine."
      In Apes"We'll call it “factor R,” for relationship. Anyway, it turns out that the relational male gets as many females as the alpha male does, and they take turns. It's really very straightforward, and it doesn't take Darwin to figure this out. In times of peril or scarcity, females tend to favor the alpha male. In times of prosperity and peace, females tend to favor the relational male." Then THIS>"What's happened, if you have been alive on this planet, is that at 9/11 we were attacked on American soil, and that was trauma. Let me tell you about masculinity and trauma: I wrote an op-ed piece for the New York Times, which never got published, right after 9/11. I said there are two ways to respond to trauma. You can embrace your own vulnerability and deal with the reality of what happened to you and start to put it together piece by piece. Or you can deny your vulnerability and fly into grandiosity. The flight from shame to grandiosity is central to masculinity. It's this shift from inferiority to superiority, from inadequacy to attack, which is central to masculinity. I wrote in the piece, if we don't deal with our trauma, we're going to find somebody to go attack.""And I'll protect them." The only difference is that apes don't generate or amplify times of scarcity or threat in order to make a political point, but Republicans do. You exaggerate the
      “BAD hombres” I'm writing a piece right now and tentatively titling it “Patriarchy Under the Age of Trump.” I start off by saying that as a family therapist, I'm preaching to the saved. You guys are already progressive, but as a couples and family therapist, I'm terribly concerned about the rise of traditional masculinity and traditional patriarchy. Not just in America, but around the world."“I'm your victim, you hurt me, and so therefore I have the right to hurt you twice as hard back. I have no shame or compunction about retaliating because I'm your victim.” It's that righteous indignation, that righteous anger."The problem with shifting from shame into grandiosity is that it works. It's a great self-medicator. It takes away the depression, takes away the impotence, rights the injustice, does it all."

  29. Anonymous11:35 AM

    WATCH: CNN’s Chris Cuomo fills in the obscene blanks as Alisyn Camerota reads Scaramucci’s ‘c*ck’ rant

  30. Anonymous11:37 AM

    Anthony Scaramucci may have revealed criminal wrongdoing by federal law enforcement officials during his profane New Yorker interview.

    The incoming White House communications director told the magazine that FBI agents and federal prosecutors may have been revealing to him the identities of White House leakers — which is a violation of protocols and possibly illegal, reported The Daily Beast.

    “This is going to get cleaned up very shortly, O.K.?” Scaramucci told The New Yorker. “Because I nailed these guys. I’ve got digital fingerprints on everything they’ve done through the F.B.I. and the fucking Department of Justice.”

    The Justice Department declined to comment on the remarks, but FBI agents and federal prosecutors told The Daily Beast that Scaramucci may have disclosed evidence of criminal wrongdoing.

    “If an FBI agent turned over digital evidence demonstrating who did particular leaks, that would be wildly inappropriate,” said former federal prosecutor Ken White. “It could be illegal. It could be a felony depending on the nature of the evidence and how it was acquired. It would certainly be a flagrant breach of FBI protocol.”

    The FBI strictly forbids agents from sharing information turned up in investigations with unauthorized individuals, and violators can be suspended or fired.

    However, both White and a retired FBI agent told the website they didn’t believe Scaramucci’s comments were accurate.

    “I read that and immediately thought, ‘This is dudebro popped-collar chest bumping,” White said.

    The retired FBI agent, speaking on condition of anonymity, said he cannot believe an federal law enforcement officials would answer questions from White House officials about ongoing investigations.

    “That’s an unauthorized leak,” the agent noted, wryly.

  31. Anonymous11:42 AM

    ‘Move over Trump — you’re yesterday’s news’: Breitbart goes to war against ‘The Scaramucci Show’

    Breitbart’s Lee said “drunk with power” Scaramucci “drunk-dialed” Lizza and questioned his job qualifications after he was unable to successfully make the remarks off the record.

    “There is absolutely no way that Scaramucci could be stupid enough to make those comments on the record, so Scaramucci, in a fit of rage about leaks about him, may have temporarily forgotten he was on the record or not realized that he was talking to someone in the Opposition Media, whose members only protect liberals when it comes to sweeping such comments under the rug,” Lee wrote.

    Breitbart reported that the episode will ensure that Scaramucci will dominate another news cycle, instead of Trump.

    “At this point, Scaramucci might as well just be Trump’s permanent replacement on The Apprentice,” Lee wrote for Breitbart.

    1. Anonymous12:58 PM

      Bumbling Scaramucci’s Secret Plan To Capture The Leakers Gets Leaked By The White House

      Trump Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci came up with a plan to catch the people who are leaking in the White House, but before he could take the plan to Trump, the scheme was leaked to the media.

      “Scaramucci and his allies are compiling a diagram of the news organizations that they suspect received leaked information from Priebus, and they plan to present it to the president on Friday, according to a White House official who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss the secret plan of attack.”

      Only Trump’s new hire could come up with a secret plan to get the leakers and have the plan leaked by White House leakers. If the plan is a secret, how did the leakers know about it? Apparently, The Mooch doesn’t know who the leakers are because someone inside his circle is doing the leaking.

      This is Trump’s new big hire, and the man who is going to get his message out.

  32. Anonymous11:55 AM

    Donald Trump Endorses Police Brutality In Speech To Cops
    The president said law enforcement officers shouldn’t protect suspects’ heads when putting them into police cars.

    “When you see these towns and when you see these thugs being thrown into the back of a paddy wagon, you just see them thrown in, rough, and I said, ‘Please don’t be too nice,’” Trump said.

    “Like when you guys put somebody in the car and you’re protecting their head, you know, the way you put their hand over, like, don’t hit their head and they’ve just killed somebody, don’t hit their head, I said, ‘You can take the hand away, OK?’” he added.

    He's the fucking animal.

  33. Anonymous5:35 PM

    Me thinks Scarymoochy dips into the coke a bit much!!!

    1. Anonymous11:09 PM

      It may have been a coke fueled rage but even considering substance abuse is almost an excuse for the shocking inappropriate tirade that was obscene.

      This was a view of the real Scaramucci serving his master Trump, the pussy grabber.


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