Mr. Scaramucci, The Mooch Is Banished From The White House

It appears that General John Kelly, the new White House Chief of Staff, is not going to put up with all the b.s. that has defined the WH administration thus far. On his first day on the job, he did the nation a great service! Please read Gronda’s excellent post for details! Two thumbs-up to Gen. Kelly! Thank you, Gronda, for being right on top of this!

Gronda Morin

Image result for photos of anthony scaramucci and reince priebus PRIEBUS/ SCARAMUCCI

It appears that the republican President Donald Trump’s new Chief of State General John Kelly is truly taking charge. The first significant signal is that Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci (Mooch) has been shown the exit door just days after he was hired. At any other competently run organization, he would have been fired within the hour (7/27/17) after he had fired off an X-rated tirade against the then White House’s Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and the Chief Strategist Steve Bannon.

In addition. the White House’s Spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced that all White House Staff will report directly to General Chief Kelly. This includes Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump and Steve Bannon.

Maybe this chief of Staff will be on the job for at least six months. He is starting out with a bang.

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21 thoughts on “Mr. Scaramucci, The Mooch Is Banished From The White House

  1. As someone who works with executives, in any normal organization, if there was this kind of staff turnover, you’d start looking at the leadership as the problem. Hiring bad people is just as bad as being a bad person. My dad who worked two full time blue collar jobs to support us used to say, “if you meet someone and they’re an @$$hole, then they are probably an @$$hole. If everyone you meet is an @sshole, look in the mirror, it’s probably you.”

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    • Your dad was one SMART man!!! He hit the nail on the head with that comment. The difference here is that there is nobody to question the actions of the leadership … except We The People, and our voices are not heard … or should I say are not listened to … by the only people who could do something … the GOP in the House, at the moment. It is a 3-ring circus with clowns, freak show acts (think Kellyanne) and wild animals (Scaramucci). Sigh. Grab a bag of peanuts and cover your eyes, for the show is about to get even uglier.

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    • How, you ask? One word: Trump. Trump has a pretty foul mouth himself and is excessively vulgar, even when speaking to a group of boy scouts, so I imagine he saw Scaramucci as a soul-mate. I’m with you … I do not like foul language, though I seem to use a bit more of it these days than I would like. Not very ladylike, I’m afraid 😥

      Hugs to you, Jack! Give Marmaduke a kiss for me! ❤ ❤ ❤

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  2. I actually wonder if DT’s plan was too bring Scaramucci in to do the damage on getting Spicer and Priebus out of the way? While Trump didn’t fire Scaramucci, he did put John Kelly in place to clean up the last dirty ‘kill.’ This is how the Mafia work… Scaramucci was walked out of his office by two security men (according to the BBC this morning). It’s a wonder he didn’t end up in fresh ‘concrete.’

    That everyone now reports to John Kelly is also a bit Gangsterish… Mr Trumpster is distancing himself from dirty work. Everyone better watch out because the dark lord is a back stabber, front stabber and everything in between. I trust him even less than I did 24 hours ago. I feel so sorry for the honourable government members out there… Lambs to the slaughter!

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    • I actually wondered the same about Scaramucci, if he wasn’t hired with a single goal in mind, then once that was accomplished, became expendable. Wouldn’t surprise me.

      I don’t see Kelly as gangster-ish. I think he has integrity, though I do not agree with some of his ideas, but I think he is pretty much a straight shooter. I don’t think he will stay in the position more than six months, but hopefully he can do some housecleaning in the interim. 😀

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      • No, I don’t think Kelly is gangsterish either, (he appears to be an honourable and trustworthy man), but I do think Trumpest (the true gangster) has put Kelly in charge as yet another expendible pawn to do some of Trumpest’s dirty work.
        The dark lord will not want to get his tiny hands dirty.

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        • Quite so! Don Massenzio commented on a different post that in a company, where the turnover rate is this high, you start taking a close look at the leadership as being the problem. Only trouble here is that there isn’t much oversight on the leadership, for the leader is a borderline tyrant. But, I am heartened by the news today that some in Congress are actually beginning to show disgust and start distancing themselves from him. Let’s hope this catches on!

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  3. No more than he deserved.
    The arrogance of the fellow to think he could strut about the corridors of government as if he were some petty lord of another era. Public humiliation is a just reward.
    Foul-mouthed little creature.
    I’ve seen more dignity and eloquence in some of the homeless people around our towns.

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    • You are even less generous than I!!! I am predicting six months for Kelly. I think he was hired to do some serious housecleaning. But Trump prefers ‘yes-men’, which I don’t think Kelly will be, so that is the first thing. The second thing, however, is I think Kelly is a man of honour, and men or women with honour and integrity seem not to fare well in the garbage heap that is now the White House. I suspect that if Trump doesn’t just fire him, he will leave sometime around the six month period, figuring he has done as much as he could and wanting to get out before it kills him. But … who knows … he could be fired next week. Sigh.

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