Anthony Scaramucci criticises Trump's reaction to far-right violence in Charlottesville
13 August, 2017, 20:27 | Author: Valerie Burke
Mr Scaramucci was asked to leave when Mr Trump named General John Kelly his new chief of staff and tasked him with restoring calm. "I'm not trying to build my own brand" on the president's coattails", he added.
A former Wall Street financier, Mr Scaramucci was sacked from his job at the end of a chaotic 10 days which started with White House press secretary Steve Spicer resigning.
Lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle have called out Trump's apparent reluctance to specifically mention the white supremacist groups who gathered in Charlottesville for a "Unite the Right" rally.
Scaramucci said Trump "has to move away from that sort of Bannon-bart nonsense" and "move more to the mainstream" way of thinking that is embraced by most moderate Republicans and independents.
On a separate livestream later, Scaramucci said he didn't know whether Bannon was a white supremacist, but said that his embrace of white nationalists was "inexcusable".
"Well, obviously, I wish they would give me a bar of soap and tell me to go wash my mouth out in the bathroom and move on", he said. If he does that, he'll have a successful legislative agenda that he can execute.
"I get to work together with a broad range of talented people and it is a privilege every day to enable the national security team", McMaster said, an answer he regurgitated three times as Todd continued to press him on his views of Bannon.
Scaramucci, who held the position as Trump's top spokesman for 11 days, gave ABC his first interview since he was sacked at the end of July by Gen. John Kelly, the new White House chief of staff.
"I'm here to serve the country", he told Ryan Lizza, a reporter for The New Yorker.
The foul-mouthed 53-year-old Long Island native lasted only 11 days as President Trump's communications director.
The death toll includes two Virginia State Police officers who were killed when their helicopter crashed near Charlottesville . Mayor Mike Signer said that the white nationalists behind the rally "belong in the trash heap of history with these ideas".
Lim arrived in Toronto in the late morning Saturday, and is "landed and resting", according to a press release from his family. Canada does not have diplomatic offices in Pyongyang and relies on Sweden to handle consular issues.
South Korea's Kospi index fell as much as 1.2% as foreigners sold shares, before paring the drop to 0.4% at the close. Mothers told him they were "really apprehensive" because "you just don't know what's really going to happen".
We had the [Robert] Lewandowski thing [at Dortmund] and that was hard when he went to Bayern on a free transfer. When asked whether Coutinho's request changed the club's stance, Klopp replied: "I don't think so".
The parliament's majority voted for the bill, which was a response to the USA new sanctions against the Islamic Republic. During his campaign he threatened to tear up the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, which he has called "the worst deal ever".
It added that they should only be charged using the cable they came with, or a cable with the "correct connections for charging". Earlier this year, another fidget spinner was left to charge and it caught fire in less than 30 minutes.
At such a juncture, employing a person who just published a 10-page document promoting discrimination is obviously problematic. The document slammed Google's "politically correct monoculture" and advanced gender stereotypes about women in the workplace.
Hindustan Times quoted Mandi deputy commissioner Sandeep Kadam who said that 'possibility of more deaths could not be ruled out'. Following the incident, the National Highway 21 from Mandi to Aut has been closed due to the threat of landslides.
Floods, landslides claim 30 lives in Nepal
In the eastern city of Biratnagar, the airport was closed after the runway was submerged under more than 2 feet of water. Home Minister Janardan Sharma said hi-level talks are on between the two countries to open all the gates.