SCARAMUCCI: Steve Bannon has white nationalist 'tendencies'


SCARAMUCCI: Steve Bannon has white nationalist 'tendencies'

During his post-White House redemption tour, Anthony "The Mooch" Scaramucci continued to stick his face in front of any camera that will have him by showing up on "The View" Friday.

The circle of life for those in the current White House has grown past the initial hiring and firing stages, expanding to include a publicity tour where the formerly belittled and/or mocked attempt to rehabilitate their image after (or just cash-in on) their brief stint near the Oval Office. When asked who the most annoying and unlikeable person in the White House was, Scaramucci said he had to name two.

He named Steve Bannon and Reice Priebus - both of whom are no longer part of the administration.

"How do you think I got along with [former chief of staff] Reince Priebus and Steve Bannon?" he said. "You know, people with messianic complexes think they're the answer and they're the solution". "We might be normalizing you right now", she said to Scaramucci.

Yeah, that's a polite, toothless way of saying the guy is a white supremacist.

"His best quality is he's a great speechwriter". 'I could hit back at him but I'm not gonna hit back at him, ' he said.

"What was Bannon's worst quality, in your opinion?"

Scaramucci said that leaks emanating from the building are down in recent weeks. "He got very mad at me for going to Davos, Switzerland, to speak at the World Economic Forum".

'But because he's an anti-globalist and he was hitting that economic forum at Breitbart for so many years, that put me in disfavor with him'.

Bannon became the topic of conversation when the show's hosts asked Scaramucci about his former White House colleagues.

"I would say that he has those tendencies", The Mooch said. "If you read Breitbart there's a lot of that white nationalist economic fervor".

The hosts and their guest were later joined by comedian Mario Cantone - dressed in the exact same outfit as Scaramucci - and were treated to a round of impersonations.

Scaramucci acknowledged he originally supported Republicans Scott Walker, then Jeb Bush, in the White House race, until Trump became the party's choice.

"I was calling him 'Liar Spice" from the Spice Girls, ' he said.

When asked if Scaramucci would consider himself "complicit" in the president's wrongdoings, he said: "I would say that I'm not".