Scaramucci 'working on being the best person I can be'

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Scaramucci was fired from the Trump administration by new chief of staff John Kelly days after a New Yorker article detailed a conversation between Scaramucci and reporter Ryan Lizza. Scaramucci courted the media's attention after the publication of an expletive-riddled interview with the New Yorker, in which he bashed Priebus and chief strategist Steve Bannon.

Gregory bluntly called the "behavior within the White House" a "joke", even going on to call Trump a liar for saying he could run an organized White House because he was a business leader. He said, "Reince is a fucking paranoid schizophrenic, a paranoiac".

"The President certainly felt that Anthony's comments were inappropriate for a person in that position".

David Lapan, assistant secretary for public affairs at Homeland Security, said Kelly was traveling back from the West Coast on a work-related trip when Mr. Trump tweeted about the staffing change.

After a White House statement read that the Moochy was out, Meyers said: "Wow, that's a kick in the Reince penis". The 53-year-old brash Wall Street financier - before being named as White House communications director - had anticipated a role in the incoming administration of president-elect Donald Trump. "Scaramucci came into our lives, made everyone obsessed with him for like a week, and then he left us with nothing but memories and, like, a bunch of weird moves". "The economy is doing incredibly well, and many other things", Mr Trump also said at the start of a Cabinet meeting.

The Kremlin says it did not interfere in the election, and Trump has denied any collusion.

"General Kelly will bring new structure, discipline and strength to the White House".

Scaramucci had big ideas to produce more positive content from the White House so the communications team would spend a smaller portion of its resources responding to negative stories.