Scaramucci Says GOP May Need to Replace Trump at Top of Ticket


Anthony Scaramucci, who served all of 11 days in the administration as White House communications director, said he won't support Trump's re-election and suggested the GOP might need to find another candidate to top its 2020 ticket.

Last week, Scaramucci argued Trump's recent trip to El Paso, Texas and Dayon, Ohio, to meet with survivors of last weekend's back-to-back mass shootings fell short. Recently he has said things that divide the country in a way that is unacceptable. He claimed the president's words incite violence against minorities.

Asked if he was calling for a change to the Republican nomination for president, Scaramucci said: "Well, I'm calling for it to be considered, yes".

"Anthony Scaramucci, who was quickly terminated (11 days) from a position that he was totally incapable of handling, now seems to do nothing but television as the all time expert on 'President Trump, '" the president wrote.

"I think what will end up happening is sound and reasonably minded men and women in the Republican Party will say, 'Wait a minute, we can't do this.' He is giving people a license to hate, to provide a source of anger to go after each other, and he does it on his Twitter account".

The former Texas congressman went on to explain why he believes the president is racist, citing Trump's "repeated warnings of invasions, to his repeated calls to send them back", Trump's "description of white nationalists and Klansmen and neo-Nazis as 'very fine people, '" and Trump's so-called Muslim travel ban.

Trump posted on Twitter Saturday. So I didn't pass the 100% litmus test.

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The Mooch is no longer in President Trump's corner.

"The racially charged comments, the divisive tweeting", Scaramucci added, "is not helping the country".

Scaramucci also appeared to want to make amends for supporting Trump.

During an interview with Fox News on Monday, Marc Lotter said that Trump was, essentially, just saying what everyone else is thinking regarding the apparent suicide death of Epstein.

During the interview, he predicted that the Republican Party as a whole will eventually follow suit.

He said: "The guy's dissembling a little bit, and he's sounding more and more nonsensical. And, you know, we're sort anesthetized to it", he added, referring to the President's rhetoric and behavior.