Politics 'Go to confession': Scaramucci urges Mick Mulvaney to leave the White House
Mulvaney appears to confirm Ukraine aid was contingent upon 2016 probe
The acting White House chief of staff acknowledged that U.S. military aid to Ukraine was previously withheld at least in part because of allegations of election interference.
Anthony Scaramucci claimed he feels “bad” for Mick Mulvaney and urged him to resign from his position as acting White House chief of staff.
The former White House communications director urged Mulvaney to obtain an attorney and leave his position before themoves ahead.
In an interview on CNN’s New Day, Scaramucci claimed Mulvaney is a “good guy” trying to do an “impossible” job in working for President Trump.
“You can’t work for a guy like that. He’s a horrific manager,” said Scaramucci. “He’s like a porcupine. And so every time you go to touch the guy, you get cut up some way.”
'He clarified it': Trump on Mulvaney backtrack after admitting to quid pro quo
President Trump backed acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney after he admitted to a quid pro quo agreement over military aid that was meant for Ukraine and then backtracked on the remark hours later. © Provided by MediaDC: Washington Newspaper Publishing Company, Inc.The chief of staff admitted to reporters Thursday that millions of dollars in U.S. military aid for Ukraine "was held up temporarily" for "completely legitimate" reasons. He also urged those concerned about the "quid pro quo" in exchange for an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter to "get over it.
Scaramucci compared Mulvaney to a trapped teen in a horror film “scratching ‘help me’ on the fogged shower door.”
“What I would say to Mick — you’re a good Catholic. Resign. Go to confession, OK? And then let’s rebuild your career from here,” Scaramucci added. “You were trying to help the country by being this guy’s chief of staff. And it’s an impossible thing.”
Scaramucci was one of Trump’s staunchest defenders, when he announced his distaste for the current administration.
Conservatives defend Mulvaney, call for Trump to make him permanent chief of staff .
A group of prominent conservative activists is rallying behind embattled acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney.Mulvaney has been the “acting” chief of staff of for nearly 10 months and has faced constant speculation about his job security. This letter suggests conservative leaders believe his job may now be in jeopardy and it would be a mistake for president to fire him.
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