Scaramucci goes full anti-Trump, calls for GOP to replace 2020 ticket

Clay Curtis
August 12, 2019

During an interview with Fox News on Monday, Marc Lotter said that Trump was, essentially, just saying what everyone else is thinking regarding the apparent suicide death of Epstein. "Many say just let him act like that, but you're fracturing the institutions and all of the things that the country stands for".

"I think the president was basically asking some of the questions that we saw millions of Americans probably asking themselves", Lotter said.

Scaramucci has since told CNN that he's received a wave of support from current Trump allies, lawmakers and individuals inside the White House after standing up to the president in his public feud over social media. "Eventually he turns on everyone and soon it will be you and then the entire country". "I mean, at some point, I think the people in my party will have to look at this stuff and stop being anesthetized to it and say, 'Hey, what are we doing?'"

Scaramucci, who served as White House communications director for a mere 11 days in 2017, has called Trump's attacks on four Democratic congresswomen of color "racist and unacceptable".

After the interview, Scaramucci tweeted that people are right when they ask him what took so long to turn away from Trump.

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Tweeted Scaramucci: "For the last 3 years I have fully supported this President".

Trump appeared to have been triggered by an appearance by Scaramucci on MSNBC in which he described Trump's efforts to console victims of mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton as a "catastrophe".

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"A couple more weeks like this and "country over party" is going to require the Republicans to replace the top of the ticket in 2020", said Scaramucci, who also compared Mr. Trump to a nuclear reactor exploding akin to the Chernobyl disaster. But Castro's public naming of his own constituents, some of whom are older and retired or describe themselves as homemakers, was met with backlash from Trump, his campaign, Republican leaders, and even some on the left, who warned that the Texas Democrat was using his platform as a powerful lawmaker to target private citizens at a combustible moment in USA politics.

"The guys actually disassembling a little bit and he's sounding more and more nonsensical", he continued.

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