In just one week as director of communications, Anthony Scaramucci has been noted for his insults, threats, untimely calls to TV and internal wars. He has declared, and won, the war to Reince Priebus, chief of Cabinet of Trump.
Anthony Scaramucci embodies the tone of “trumpism.” He has been in office for a week since Donald Trump hired him as a communications director and that is the time it has taken him to turn the White House into “Mooch’s Show”, the nickname he’s been nicknamed and delighted with. Scaramucci says he shares a long-standing friendship with Trump – “we were friends first,” he said. In addition to their poisonous language, they share “the New York style”, forged in the suburbs of Queens where they both grew, far from Washington’s politically correct speech. The new star of the White House enriches the set with an Italian-American accent that is pleased to exaggerate and look halfway between “The Sopranos” and “The Wall Street Wolf.”
He premiered the post a week ago with an extravagant press conference, in which it appeared that he arrived loaded with “espressos”, and that closed with a kiss to the air to the reporters. Then came threats with dismissing the entire communication team of the White House by the leaks, untimely interventions in television programs … But his protagonism has exploded with his declared war on Reince Priebus, whom he has indicated as guilty of leaks. In a conversation with the magazine “The New Yorker,” he slammed into insults and taunts against Trump’s chief of staff and other heavyweights of the president’s circle, such as Steve Bannon. The tone is unknown to a high government office and shows the Cainite wars that are lived in the White House.
President of the United States, Donald Trump, has announced the cessation of his hitherto Cabinet chief, Reince Priebus, as responsible for a series of leaks in past months.