President Trump, clearly tired of constant leaks, has now had enough. His new communications director, Anthony Scaramucci, has been sent in to “plug the leaks,” and obviously heads will roll. Indeed, one as of now has.
Before our Democratic companions get all pretentious over this demonstration of closing down leaks and begin making the false claim that the Trump organization is endeavoring to act in secrecy, we have an inquiry:
Where may we discover the recordings or Mr. Obama’s and Mrs. Clinton’s private discussions in the White House?
Even better, we should record the meetings of the Federal Reserve Board and discharge them to the public. That would no uncertainty panic the tar out of any individual who comprehended what was being said.
The reality remains that associations can’t work without some level of classification. Mr. Scaramucci’s employment is to keep private White House data contained inside the White House.
That he’s not kidding about doing his occupation is delineated by the way that he has effectively terminated one speculated leaker, Michael Short. That ought to make an impression on others with loose lips.
“Short, an ally of the White House chief of staff, Reince Priebus and now former Secretary of the Press Sean Spicer, who resigned last week, was terminated on Tuesday by new White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci.
Politico’s Tara Palmeri was the first to report the news.
‘Newly appointed White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci said on Tuesday that he plans to dismiss assistant press secretary Michael Short,’ wrote Palmeri on Tuesday morning.
‘It would be Scaramucci’s first step towards shaking up the communications shop, which was dominated by former Republican National Staff staffers loyal to White House chief of staff Reince Priebus, a former RNC chairman.’ “
It is impossible that Short will be the just a single to go.
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