Anthony Scaramucci reveals 'most horrible person' at the White House

entertainment | Sep 22, 2017 | By Clinton Gillespie

In an interview on The View today, former White House Communications Directory Anthony Scaramucci revealed who he did not like in the White House.

Show host Joy Behar asked Scaramucci to reveal "the most horrible person in the Oval Office." He responded by asking Behar if he could pick two people. He said Reince Priebus and Steve Bannon, both who no longer work at the White House, were difficult to work with. "That was rough," he replied before Behar interrupted with another question. "What was Bannon's worst quality, in your opinion?"

Scaramucci replied that Bannon had talents that included speechwriting and his linguistic skills. "His worst quality to me,"  Scaramucci said, "was that he had a little bit of a messianic complex." Scaramucci explained how Bannon was upset that the White House approved Scaramucci to go to speak at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, a global summit of well-known politicians and business leaders. "Because he's an anti-globalist," Scaramucci said, "he was hitting that economic forum at Brietbart for so many years. That put me at disfavor with him." Scaramucci explained how Bannon was not willing to collaborate with him.

Steve Bannon was the editor at Brietbart before he joined President Trump's campaign team and returned as editor after he left the White House. After his departure, he explained that he is not the type of person who works well in teams and works best as a leader.

Scaramucci replied to another question, asking whether Steve Bannon was a white nationalist. He said he believed Bannon had so-called white nationalist tendencies and that the Brietbart website whips up a white nationalist fervor. Behar interrupted him, "he's white, he's a nationalist, you put them together, he's a white nationalist."





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