Donald Trump denies he called White House a 'dump'

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In any event, let's kick off the speculation about what really undid the Mooch?

Regardless, he was buzzing after his opening press conference in which he heaped praise upon Trump, he said.

The legislation "handcuffs" the president from easing penalties on Russia without congressional approval.

The temptation, of course, is to begin with former Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci and his profane rant against former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus and chief strategist Stephen Bannon.

McCourt is an attorney and the former co-owner, president and CEO of the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team, according to the White House.

Kelly, the former Secretary of Homeland Security and a retired Four Star Marine Corps General replaced Reince Priebus on Friday to become the new White House chief of staff. Under this plan, President Donald Trump would travel the country to rally support for the intended tax cuts, while conservative activists and business groups act as valuable allies to encourage and pressure Congress into clearing the first major tax code rewrite since 1986. Trump reportedly told the members he visits the property so frequently because "That White House is a real dump".

Two days after his appointment - which precipitated the resignation of Press Secretary Sean Spicer - Scaramucci made the rounds on Sunday news shows to explain that his first mission was to plug the leaks coming out of the White House.

Meanwhile, Kushner is leaking to the White House interns that the Trump campaign was TOO INCOMPETENT TO COLLUDE WITH ANYONE (Kushner continues to be both a particle and a wave; his collusion cat is always dead, though), and then the interns told a reporter. This is a fine defense and not a sign of chaos or panic on anyone's part.

Scaramucci was criticised after an on-the-record phone call with New Yorker reporter Ryan Lizza.

It only took a few hours to find the answer to that question.

But it also illustrates a truism of modern American politics: Moving forward with a complicated or ambitious legislative agenda requires the propulsive force of presidential leadership.

Spicer, Priebus and Bannon had all objected to Trump's decision to hire Scaramucci, who would have reported directly to the president.

"Overall, I think we're doing incredibly well".

One of Trump's advisers told the Post that Trump's move was "unnecessary" and warned that it opened Trump up to criticism that he was seeking to obfuscate the full truth about the meeting. It makes them much funnier.

Hesitant laughter at that remark turned to applause as Trump continued, "Like when you guys put somebody in the car and you're protecting their head, you know, the way you put their hand over, like, don't hit their head and they've just killed somebody, don't hit their head, I said, 'You can take the hand away, OK?'"

He added that even if they were, it would still be no reason to suppress the interview. The response, in a word, is heartening.

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Scaramucci was asked to step down right after Kelly's swearing-in ceremony. "Yes sir", he tweeted.

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