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SolRo - 2017-08-01

And scaramucci is gone before this video could make it through the hopper.

SolRo - 2017-08-01

Last heard whimpering, "my only regret is that I'm an intolerable douchebag."

cognitivedissonance - 2017-08-01

My immediate gut suspicion is that Scaramucci was a ruse to make Trump seem less abrasive, but then my intellect reminds me that the 4th Dimensional Chess Theory is bullshit and Trumpo is not competent enough to think thirty seconds in advance.

Oscar Wildcat - 2017-08-01

The mooch was hired to be a rodeo clown. He did the job admirably. I'm surprised Trump canned him, but I doubt he could convince any new chief of staff that this would be a good arrangement. And at this point it's a lot easier for him to find new comm directors than a willing chief of staff.

Don is no 4d chess player, but he is quite capable of these kinds of moves. His whole MO is to create a lot of chaos and controversy to distract from the relevant issues.

What is really surprising to me is, at this late point in the game, how could it not be apparent to everyone that working for or with this guy will end in your disaster? Many do, which is why his whitehouse remains largely unstaffed. But this idiot was willing to sell his business and break up his marriage for what? A weeks work?

badideasinaction - 2017-08-01

Trump's MO is simple: if you keep jerking the steering wheel around, nobody can stand up long enough and advance to take control of the bus from you.

Robin Kestrel - 2017-08-01

Don't you worry about x; let me worry about x.

jangbones - 2017-08-01

"You're a shark. Sharks are winners, and they don't look back because they have no necks. Necks are for sheep."

Louddetective - 2017-08-01

Was 80s Guy, in fact, based on the Mooch from the start? The similarities are amazing.

infinite zest - 2017-08-03

I think so. He was more recently himself in the sequel to Wall Street (Oliver Stone not Martin Scorcese), and paid for them to use his investment firm in it, so I'm assuming he was at least a celebrity in financial circles and possibly a Bloomberg Pinup-of-the-Month.

Louddetective - 2017-08-03

Jeez louise.

Bisekrankas - 2017-08-02

Awesome, Awesome to the max

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