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Evangelical leader welcomes firing of foul-mouthed White House spokesman Anthony Scaramucci

Eduardo Anchondo | Agosto 13, 2017, 23:04

What does this latest shakeup mean for the turbulent Trump White House? Trump angrily demanded the Senate return to the issue one more time, and was ignored.

On the one hand, the president has a point.

Fiery White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci, appointed just 10 days ago by President Donald Trump, is out of a job, according to US media reports.

But maybe John Kelly, a retired general, will impose order on the White House now.

Conway has been consistent in her pro-Trump messaging on cable news shows and has been dispatched as a public face for the administration during good and chaotic times.

Pointing to the resilience shown by the dollar in the afternoon, a currency broker said the U.S. unit's downside is "expected to remain firm at least for the time being". January brought President Trump, and with him the forceful "America First" inaugural address, the bizarre controversy over the crowd size, the first travel ban and the firing of key officials in the Justice Department including FBI Director James Comey. And, more importantly, our children are watching.

This led to Lizza's column, "Anthony Scaramucci Called Me to Unload About White House Leakers, Reince Priebus, and Steve Bannon". There was the respectful post-election sit-down with President Barack Obama, and some respectable choices for the Cabinet.

It's like the movie "Mean Girls", except it's at the White House. The first such medal that Trump has awarded. It was Kelly who fired Scaramucci.

You could almost hear the intake of breath from Republicans and all sorts of establishmentarians this week.

The job of the WHDOC is to oversee and coordinate all aspects of the administration's communications.

Also, among other details in the various stories about Reince Priebus's departure, came the news that the Oval Office has a fly problem. I invite you to go through every story that has been written about the past six months and picture everyone in the stories swatting flies. It makes them much funnier. However, President Donald Trump may already have a replacement in mind.

"These are the most beautiful phones I've ever used in my life", Mr. Trump said in a telephone interview Tuesday evening, AS HE SWATTED AN ENORMOUS HORSEFLY.

Then there were the stumbles and factual misstatements in the GOP debates, the graceless winner moments after primaries and sore loser moments after caucuses. What he meant was that no one was listening in and recording his words.

But Scaramucci is gone, and Kelly agreed that Monday was a Great Day. Like a car, say, driving off the edge of a cliff.