14 August, 2017
Trump fired Scaramucci, a wealthy NY financier, on July 31, just days after naming him as communications director. And so if he does that, he'll have a very successful legislative agenda that he'll be able to execute.
The "Bannon-bart influence" in the White House was a "snag" on the president, he said.
Scaramucci is still a supporter of Trump's, saying that the president "can be a tough coach at times" but "this guy's a victor".
Earlier in the day Axios.com portal reported, citing sources close to the president, that US President Donald Trump allegedly suspected that his Chief Strategist Steve Bannon was the one behind the leaks about the latter's White House colleagues.
"If the president really wants to execute the legislative agenda that I think is so promising for the American people, the lower middle-class people and the middle-class people, then he has to move away from that "Bannon-bart" nonsense", he said.
Mr Scaramucci has spoke to ABC News in his first interview since he was sacked last month.
"I think there are elements inside of Washington, also inclusive in the White House, that are not necessarily abetting the president's interests or his agenda". "I'm not trying to build my own brand" on the president's coattails", he added. A photograph shows Fields standing among members of Vanguard America, a group associated with the white supremacy movement, although the organization has denied that he's a member.More news: Attack on Rahul Gandhi's convoy: 1 detained
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On Sunday afternoon, the White House condemned "white supremacists" for the violence in Charlottesville.
"I didn't say I didn't do the wrong thing", Scaramucci said".
Studies have revealed the President's path to victory a year ago was paved in the most part by four groups, including free marketeers, anti-elites, American preservationists, and staunch conservatives.
"I get to work together with a broad range of talented people, and it is a privilege every day to enable the national security team", McMaster said.
Scaramucci acknowledged to ABC that The New Yorker interview may have cost him his White House job. "The president's going to do what he wants to do, how he wants to do it, but I think it's important for the people around him to give them direct advice, to be blunt with him".
"But you didn't ask for it to be off the record", Stephanopoulos said.