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Scaramucci: 'Not Trying to Suck My Own Cock...I'm Here To Serve the Country'


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Scaramucci: 'Not Trying to Suck My Own Cock...I'm Here To Serve the Country'

Jon Queally, staff writer

In a profanity-laced and on-the-record conversation with New Yorker political reporter Ryan Lizza, President Donald Trump's White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci—who took the job less than a week ago—attacked senior White House advisor Steven Bannon, Trump's chief of staff Reince Priebus, and other unnamed officials saying he would "fire all of them" if the journalist did not divulge the person who leaked recent inf


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From his first announcement to this latest crap the Mooch has shown that Trump and his regime have the very lowest standards when it comes to choosing staff. What a foul-mouthed, putrid little asshole he is. Even the disgraced Spicer wasn’t this obnoxious.


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And that, ladies and gentlemen, is a prime example of the character of individuals appointed by the demented despot to serve him…not the country…HIM AND ONLY HIM. Yet another creature that has crawled out of the muck of the cesspool that is the current 'prez-a-dunce-y." A class act…ahhhahhahhha.


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Does anybody here know a good Hitman, willing to whack this idiot Scaramucci?


#5

Infighting. backstabbing. Turf wars. Colorful language.

Typical backroom shenanigans for every adminstration.

Except we usually don’t read about it until the administration has moved on.

In Trump’s case, it’s all we hear about. Classy.


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It’s not about this sh*theel, or the one in the Oval Office.
It’s about the policies that the latter has already begun to put in place.


#7

Exactly, Trump loves this stupid distraction.


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Stay Classy


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jeez Scaramucci…do you kiss your dear old mother with that mouth,…or your wife? talk about a wanna be tough guy… more like a lo life pimp for a lo life con man…this whole “make america great again” I’m here to serve the country " etc. is starting to sound just as profane coming from there potty mouths , these guys arent even smooth or slick in there actions, just parodys of someone trying very hard to be smooth and slick, impossible to do when you have zero class ,moralls, scruples.consience,integrity,and all the other things that make an individuall likeable. He might wear an expenive suit, but thats all he is to trump, who will shit on him as fast as it takes him to drop his pants,


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and he maybe isnt "trying to " now…but I bet he has tried…


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What a typical Sicilian Mob Dago…

But nonetheless, it looks like someone deliberately darkened Mooch’s Mediterranean-toned complexion in the photo - in the manner that right wingers would do to Obama.


#12

One never knows what one might find when embarking on a swamp-draining project. Too bad there wasn’t a more suitable habitat for relocation than the press briefing room.


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This is some bullshit. Think how easy comedians have it with this administration. The rest of us are swimming in hell, but they get free stuff delivered to them by the hour, and all they have to do is slightly modify reality. Ain’t fair.


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There’s lots of males in America who can do what " The Mooch " mouths on, and on, about. Maybe he needs to grow one. 99% of them are not " scumbazzos " like his friends in the Trump Adm. are. And, that’s a fact, not some wishful conjecture.
Do you understand the meaning of conjecture?
Keep your special " gravy " East of Wallowa Mtns. and South of the Little Salmon River. Capiche?
Just hopin’ you catch a clue.


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Nah I think some comedians have it rough too. South Park had a rough season leading to the Trump administration and they said they can’t make any jokes because the administration is so batshit insane that they can write material. Now the mainstream “news”, they are euphoric over the material this administration is giving them day by day. Constant easy distractions to placate the masses.


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Colbert has been having a hayday with " The Mooch " since Monday. The Sopranos was a tradi-comedy, in case you missed the punchline. It’s often times referred to as " tragedia de lieto fin " . But, all in all, it’s still sad.


#17

We are becoming a sick society in so many ways.


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My question is, largely due to the Internet, which is not a very nice place much of the time, is this sort of thing now acceptable political discourse in the USA? Certainly other administrations have used colorful language (Nixon’s for one, LBJ, and Bush called that reporter a “major league a**hole”), but generally not in on-the-record calls with reporters.

Is this where we’re at as a culture? Has everything been pornographied? I’m thinking yes, and as a culture sinks ever more gleefully into its own degeneracy, it fails. Perhaps the proper historical comparison for Trump isn’t Mussolini, but Caligula.


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I agree but I would add that we are becoming a low class society too. You don’t have to be rich to be honorable or have high cultural standards and ethics. Wealth doesn’t make you decent or a better person.

Greed diminishes the social being letting selfishness take over as well as cynicism.

Our society is losing the high ground contained in our constitution. We talk of our rights and wave the flag but in the meantime we act differently. Freedom of religion has become politicized so that it resembles freedom for only some religions. Separation of church and state is in the trash in favor of ‘might makes privilege’, where one group will insist on their religious privilege (be given advantages) at the expense of others. We also become a grossly hypocritical people who talk of religion and mouth platitudes about caring for the poor and feeding the hungry etc. but have become a country where wealthy senators can draft budgets that throw literally millions off Medicaid healthcare, cut food stamps and school lunches for children, so as to give the wealthiest elites (including themsellves) unneeded tax cuts!

It shocks us when we see the type of people that reflect the hard realities of just what type of people we have become. Many people have a fantasy of what wealth brings to people but it really doesn’t bring anything except wealth. So if the ‘Mooch’ ( so now we imitate gangsters’ nicknames? ) shocks people with his crudity, just remember the ‘pussy grabber in chief’ who hired him. We become a cruder society in general. Perhaps a sign of a general decline? I think Americans are fast losing sight of everything except the accumulation of wealth. So maybe it isn’t that we are a sick society (we are) or a cruder society (we are) but maybe we have lost an understanding of what a good society means and instead we concentrate solely on wealth. Once we valued heroes and champions, poets and philosophers etc but now it is wealthy individuals who are constantly in our news!

Makes you sick!


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Pump your brakes, Pony and stay golden.