Published: Fri, January 12, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

MSNBC host questions Scaramucci on previous sexual remark about Bannon


"When you say, 'rejoin the team, ' what does that mean?"

After some crosstalk between the two, Scaramucci shot back, "And if you want to go back to that interview and you want to take out the expletives and see what I said about Steve and look at the president's declaration yesterday, they're fairly similar".

When asked by Ruhle if he felt vindicated by his past criticisms of Bannon, Scaramucci instead said that he would simply like Bannon to become more of a team player.

'I'm not trying to build my own brand off the f***ing strength of the president, I'm here to serve the country, ' Scaramucci said at the time.

"There are two things you can do with a guy like that". He's for Steve. We're for the president. After the excerpts were released from the aforementioned "Fire and Fury" book my Michael Wolff, it was revealed that Bannon had turned on Trump, insulting both the administration and members of the president's family.

'You know I support him day in and day out, ' Bannon added.

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'You may remember this but 24 hours before the election he was moving from Pennsylvania before MI, one last time in MI before the polls opened, so he's a tireless worker. These issues and more [VIDEO]were discussed during a January 4 interview with Scaramucci on MSNBC.

Scaramucci also didn't care for the characterization that Trump was dumb, as a number of people in the book are quoted saying including media mogul Rupert Murdoch and longtime aide Sam Nunberg.

That Trump didn't really want to win: "He's somebody who wanted the presidency. Let's be honest about how you feel".

John Kasich (R) and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) began their New York Times op-ed on President Trump and immigration by recapping the tale of Elián Gonzalez, the young Cuban boy who made it to Florida in 1999 and then, when USA courts ruled he had to return, was "pulled from the arms of a sheltering adult by a team of heavily armed federal agents", a scene "seared in the minds of many people as a low point in the immigration debate". "So why don't you stop running your mouth and get to a good life coach and knock off the nonsense".

But Scaramucci saved most of his ammo for Bannon, about whom he vented to The New Yorker that cost him his job after just 11 days.

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