White House Communications Director wasn’t the first job President Trump offered Anthony Scaramucci. The President wanted Scaramucci to be the Director of the White House’s Office of Public Engagement, but critics managed to talk him out of it.
According to reports, before he joined Trump’s campaign, Scaramucci described Trump as “another hack politician.”
“Probably going to make Elizabeth Warren his vice-presidential nominee,” Scaramucci said.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer told President Trump that he believed the appointment of Mr. Scaramucci was a big mistake. Spicer then tendered his resignation.
What kind of conservative is Anthony Scaramucci?
@NickKristof Clinging to guns and religion didn't stick, but this will due to media bias
— Anthony Scaramucci (@Scaramucci) September 17, 2012
— Justin Miller (@justinjm1) July 21, 2017
Hillary, the real deal? Wow!
And on gun control:
— GunsDown (@gunsdownamerica) July 21, 2017
Girls Just Wanna Have Guns reports:
The man who caused Sean Spicer to throw in his towel, Anthony Scaramucci, is a staunch gun control supporter. The position as White House Communications Director isn’t the first offered to him by the Trump Administration either.
It was actually his third.
He was lined up to become Director of the White House’s Office of Public Engagement. But critics within the White House stopped that real quick.