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White House new Communications Director expresses 'love' for Trump

23 Juillet 2017

The aide announced that Mr. Spicer wanted their icebox.

Donald Trump's new communications chief has deleted tweets in which he shared views contrary to the United States president's own, saying they were a distraction.

Mr Spicer quit in protest over the hiring of a new White House communications director, NY financier Anthony Scaramucci, objecting to what Mr Spicer considered his lack of qualifications as well as the direction of the press operation.

Scaramucci also praised former MA governor Mitt Romney in 2011 for staying out of the "Trump spectacle" and called former House speaker Newt Gingrich, a Trump ally, an "odd guy" who's "so smart with no judgment".

The new White House Communications Director, Anthony Scaramucci, whose hiring led to the resignation of Press Secretary Sean Spicer, has wasted absolutely no time in getting on the President's good side by expressing his "love" for Donald Trump, whom he called a "hack politician" in 2015.

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Over the years, Scaramucci has posted tweets that directly criticize Trump, including one in which he characterizes Trump as as "Odd guy" who has "no judgement", and another where he praised then-presidential candidate Mitt Romney for his "decision to stay out of the Trump spectacle". The president, according to a dozen people familiar with the situation, meant to upgrade, not overhaul, his existing staff with the addition of a smooth-talking, Long Island-bred former hedge fund manager who is now the senior vice president and chief strategy officer at the Export-Import Bank, which he joined just last month.

In a statement on Friday night, Mr. Trump said, "Anthony is a person I have great respect for", and went on to describe the problem he hopes he will solve. He said some reporters perform their jobs honorably, but "by and large we're seeing more where it's about the clip or the click". "They both deflect questions, neither one is always shooting straight but Sanders seems to be better than Spicer at keeping her cool, maintaining composure and at least giving an answer and not seeming quite so flustered".

Scaramucci, a hedge fund banker who became a member of Trump's finance committee during the election and a member of the transition team following his victory in the election, was caught up in a fake news scandal last month, after CNN was caught disseminating false information about a non-existent Senate Intelligence Committee inquiry into his ties with a Russian sovereign wealth fund.

Glenn Thrush and Maggie Haberman work for the New York Times.

White House new Communications Director expresses 'love' for Trump