The Mooch Admits Trump Lies, While Promoting and Profitting Off of Trump


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Anthony Scaramucci has mastered the art of denigrading Donald Trump, while pretending to admire him, for personal profit.  It’s as if Scaramucci knew when he accepted the position of Director of Communications that he would only stay a few days.  During that time his goal was to make memorable quotes and gain attention for himself, so that he would eventually profit from his position (striking similiar motives of Trump).

“Reince is a fucking paranoid schizophrenic, a paranoiac,” Anthony Scaramucci said.  “ ‘Oh, Bill Shine is coming in. Let me leak the fucking thing and see if I can cock-block these people the way I cock-blocked Scaramucci for six months.’ ”

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Scaramucci was particularly incensed by a Politico report about his financial-disclosure form, which he viewed as an illegal act of retaliation by Priebus.

Scaramucci has proven himself the walking dictionary for foul language.  He calls Reince Priebus “Reince Penis.”  He calls Trump a liar.

Yet Scaramucci is profiting from the liar and his association with the Donald.  “I dreamed the American dream,” Anthony Scaramucci writes in his memoir, “Trump, the Blue-Collar President,” a work of Trump hagiography that also recounts the Mooch’s rise from working-class Long Island to Goldman Sachs to, for eleven days, the White House communications department.  Scaramucci was canned for suggesting to a New Yorker reporter that Steve Bannon was, metaphorically, “trying to suck [his] own cock.” No hard feelings about the firing, though. Trump is a “genius,” Scaramucci insists in his book. Watching him on television is “like watching Joe DiMaggio play for Schreiber High School’s baseball team.” (The diamond serves as one of many Moochian touchstones, as does F. Scott Fitzgerald, “one of my early favorite authors.”)
On the eve of the book’s release, SkyBridge Capital, Scaramucci’s investment firm, convenes a group of celebrants to drink wine and nibble on hanger steak served from large gleaming buffet dishes at Hunt & Fish Club, the midtown steak house once described by the New York Post as the spot “Where Beauties Trawl for Sugar Daddies.”
Tump, the Blue-Collar President” aspires to be a comeback narrative, with Scaramucci in the role of Rocky “when the music starts to swell and Balboa is getting up from the mat . . . when Apollo Creed starts looking worried.”

The Mooch has mastered the art of sucking up to Trump, condemning him to the public, and landing huge personal profit in the process.  Scaramucci admits in his book, “Trump, the Blue-Collar President,” that Trump may be uniquely suited to bridging political divides because he doesn’t care about anything but himself.

 

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