Anthony Scaramucci’s tenure in the White House lasted a whopping 11 days. ‘The Mooch’ gave Americans a lot to talk about in just a small period. His interview with Ryan Lizza of The New Yorker was chock-full of vulgarities aimed at Reince Priebus and Steve Bannon. The ironic part is during that same interview he claimed he would be the one doing all of the firings.
The announcement came only hours after Trump’s new Chief of Staff, John Kelly, was sworn into office. Apparently, Kelly and Scaramucci didn’t jibe because Kelly wasted no time to oust him.
According to NBC New York, Ivanka and Melania Trump were disgusted by Scaramucci’s choice of words during his interview with The New Yorker. Even President Trump felt as though his words were “inappropriate,” according to Sarah Huckabee Sanders. At one point during the interview, Scaramucci slammed Steve Bannon, saying “he didn’t s*ck his own c*ck” like Steve.
Shortly after new White House Chief of Staff John Kelly was sworn in this morning, he brought Anthony Scaramucci to his office and told him that he had to go. A source familiar said Kelly needed to assert his influence over the staff, but was gracious in the way he did it.
Mooch was told at 9:30 am this morning. The news didn’t leak until early afternoon, when the NYT publicized his departure.
Jared and Ivanka brought in Scaramucci as an instrument of destruction against Reince Priebus, according to multiple sources. He was used as a tool to end Priebus’ tenure in the corner office. A source familiar with Jared and Ivanka’s thinking said they’re fully supportive of the general and will follow his lead. They were irritated by Scaramucci’s comments to The New Yorker, but from their perspective he served his primary purpose: destroying Reince.