Spicer, naturally, was furious, and quickly said he would resign rather than report to Scaramucci. And Trump accepted his resignation (though it technically hasn’t gone into effect yet, suggesting it’s not impossible that Spicer might even stick around now that Scaramucci is gone).
Really have to appreciate this part here:
Quote:In a Twitter message just before 5:30 on Monday morning, just hours before the announcement about Mr. Scaramucci, Mr. Trump insisted that there has been “No WH chaos!”
Because nothing says "no White House chaos" like firing your fourth Communications Director in six months.....
I'll look up where he was escorted off the grounds.
Former communications director Anthony Scaramucci was reportedly escorted off White House property after his abrupt firing Monday.
CNN's Jeff Zeleny was the first to report the surprising detail on-air.
"We are told by our producers, our team, that he was escorted off," Zeleny told "CNN Newsroom" host Brooke Baldwin. "That’s not necessarily unusual. If someone is no longer working here, he has no reason to be here. We are told he was escorted off the property earlier this afternoon. The question is what happens next?"
CBS News' Jackie Alemany tweeted a similar account that she posted on Twitter.
Seems like every position in this administration comes with a desk and an ejection seat.
and an escort off the grounds if you're Scaramucci
Industry estimates had projected that Scaramucci’s presence on the White House staff would generate between four and five billion dollars for the comedy industry this year alone, a windfall that has now been erased.
I read the spin on the Trump events thread, when you think through their logic, it only makes the president look worse. Who was that guy people always say someone is like when they bring about convoluted plots? Machiavelli? So they think Trump knew Scaramucci would cause all of those events to fall down like perfect dominoes? If Trump was able plan all of that, why hire those fellows in the first place?