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White House Press Secretary Spicer quits

24 Juillet 2017

Though he will officially begin on August 15, Scaramucci said he would have his first meeting with his communications team tomorrow and would tell them: "Hey, I don't like these leaks".

Scaramucci went on to say Trump was not sure Russian Federation was behind efforts to influence the 2016 election, despite the intelligence community's assessment.

In a written statement, Trump said he was "grateful" for Spicer's work and praised his "great television ratings" - a reference to Spicer's keenly watched, combative and often-satirized news briefings. His sometimes combative style even triggered a parody on "Saturday Night Live".

"Brushing off questions about his deletion of tweets expressing views at odds with the president and his publicly stated criticism of Trump in the Republican primaries, he told CBS's Face the Nation: "[Trump] is the commander-in-chief, the president of the United States.

"After some back and forth, he understood that the offer that I was making was something that was in the best interest of this administration", he said.

"There feels like there's a little bit of media bias, and so what we hope we can do is de-escalate that and turn that around". He went to Tufts University and Harvard Law.

Speaking about the president, Scaramucci added, "he's done a phenomenal job with the American people and the people I grew up with". Show the president they know what they're doing.

He wasn't always a Trump supporter, though, Brennan reported.

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"He's 71 years old, we're not going to change him", he said. I was an inexperienced person in the world of politics.

Mr Scaramucci will take over from Mike Dubke, who resigned in May.

"I'm a prankster, so I like a good joke", he said.

"I don't have any friction with Sean, I don't have any friction with Reince", whom he called "a dear friend".

His decision to leave came after Scaramucci, a NY financier and former Trump campaign fundraiser, accepted the new job as communications director, a move Spicer adamantly opposed, multiple sources said.

"The fact many people still believe CC is a hoax is disheartening", a now-deleted tweet once said. We're not going to have the cameras on.

Mr Spicer's departure after six months in the post was made public following the appointment of Anthony Scaramucci as White House communications director.

White House Press Secretary Spicer quits