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Scaramucci to Trump: Go mainstream, lose nonsense
March 24 2018, 08:03 | Irvin Gilbert
Other enemies are allegedly working to subvert U.S. President Donald Trump
"What happens in Washington.is the president is not a representative of the political establishment class, so for whatever reason the people have made a decision that they want to eject him", Scaramucci said in the ABC News interview on Sunday.
Scaramucci has been a vocal critic of Bannon and offered a cryptic response when asked if Bannon should go.
"That whole thing is nonsensical".
In what is being considered a dodge of the question of whether he can work with White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster refused to single out Bannon - or even mention him by name - in an appearance Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press". He's got to move more to the mainstream, he's got to be more into where the moderates are and independents are, George, that love the president.
At the end of the interview, Todd repeatedly asked McMaster if he could work together with Bannon, but McMaster wouldn't answer. "If the President really wants to execute that legislative agenda that I think is so promising for the American people... then he has to move away from that sort of Bannonbart nonsense". And if he does that, he'll have a very successful legislative agenda that he'll be able to execute.
Ahead of the livestream, Scaramucci gave his first television interview since his short-lived tenure in the White House, speaking out against Bannon and saying the president "knows what he's going to do with" him.
"I think the President knows what he's going to do with Steve Bannon", Scaramucci said.
Mr Scaramucci said the events should be called terrorism and that the President needed to be "much harsher as it related to the white supremacists" in his statement on the violence.
Scaramucci's frustration with Bannon was put on full display last month after New Yorker reporter Ryan Lizza published an article detailing an expletive-laced phone conversation he had with Scaramucci.