Just days after his appointment as White House communications director, Anthony Scaramucci is out of a job. Scaramucci is now the seventh senior-level official to leave President Donald Trump’s administration.
This latest staff shakeup coincides with former Department of Homeland Security secretary John Kelly’s first day as White House chief of staff. Kelly, who has replaced Reince Priebus, reportedly requested Scaramucci’s removal, saying he did not think the former financier was disciplined or credible.
“So here’s the million dollar question,” said Dana Loesch on tonight's "Dana" to guest Dan Gainor, VP of Business and Culture, Media Research Center. “Who takes over as White House communications director?”
“They need a steady, rational hand,” said Gainor, “and, no, I am NOT volunteering!”