- In his first major interview with the press since his appointment Friday, new White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci appeared on CNN’s State of the Union Sunday morning, where he and host Jake Tapper traded barbs on a number of issues, including public outrage over the Russia investigation and the future of the Donald Trump presidency.
- Addressing the issue of Scaramucci’s now deleted tweets criticizing the president during the campaign, the new White House communications director said he apologized to Trump and asked that they both move on from those remarks.
- “If I said some things about him while I was working for another candidate, Mr. Trump, Mr. President, I apologize for that. Can we move on from that?” Scaramucci said. Read more. (7/23/17 2:02 PM)
Instead of blamecalling people for not voting for Clinton please figure out why this happened