White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci wanted to rant about White House leaks – and decided to call New Yorker reporter Ryan Lizza Thursday night.
Scaramucci used vulgar language to describe Reince Priebus and Steve Bannon and to threaten people who supposedly “leaked” financial information about him, even though the financial disclosure in question is actually public record. Lizza wrote up the conversation in an unbelievable New Yorker story that reads like satire content.
“If this is the way he talks when he’s just talking, I want nothing to do with him,” Glenn Beck said of Scaramucci on Friday’s “The Glenn Beck Radio Program.”
“Is this where our president lives? This is the swamp cleaner?” Glenn asked incredulously.
Joining Friday’s show, Bill O’Reilly was also surprised by Scaramucci’s ridiculous error in deciding to rant to a reporter.
“You don’t talk like that to a reporter who hates you. I mean, it’s just insane,” he said.
At the time of the phone call, Scaramucci blasted Priebus, who is White House chief of staff, pointing a finger at him as the supposed leaker. “I’ll get to the person who leaked [a story] to you,” he told the reporter. “Reince Priebus – if you want to leak something – he’ll be asked to resign very shortly.”
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