Here’s What the Internet Thinks About Anthony Scaramucci, the New White House Communications Director
Earlier today, Sean Spicer resigned as White House Press Secretary, by many accounts, because he was opposed to Trump’s decision to appoint Anthony Scaramucci as the new Communications Director. So who is Anthony Scaramucci? Well, you’ve already seen that he’s the kind of guy who blows kisses when he says goodbye in a professional setting.
— Frank Thorp V (@frankthorp) July 21, 2017
And that he just has a lot of love in him.
“I love the President”: What Anthony Scaramucci said about President Trump during the White House press briefing https://t.co/27KlKPPuah
— CNN (@CNN) July 21, 2017
When airing that montage, one CNN host said Scaramucci’s briefing had–I’m paraphrasing–”more expressions of love than in the average yacht rock album.”
What else is there to say about the former TV host, former Goldmann Sachs employee, and current guy in charge of Trump’s communications? Well, Twitter has some thoughts.
Anthony Scaramucci looks like an extra in the Wolf of Wall Street that they had to fire because he kept trying to talk to Leo
— Ike Barinholtz (@ikebarinholtz) July 21, 2017
Anthony Scaramucci looks like he’s about to tell the Ghostbusters they don’t have the permits they need pic.twitter.com/0nlnPHCiyf
— Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) July 21, 2017
Anthony Scaramucci looks like Martin Shkreli’s mean big brother. pic.twitter.com/MjFlToa5Jp
— Molly Hodgdon (@Manglewood) July 21, 2017
Anthony Scaramucci is the Don Jr. Trump always wanted.
— J. Elvis Weinstein (@JElvisWeinstein) July 21, 2017
Scaramucci is “the guy the president thinks he sees in the mirror” — @DanaBashCNN taking no prisoners
— J.M. Berger (@intelwire) July 21, 2017
Scaramucci is the 80s guy from Futurama pic.twitter.com/8ohqILqj7O
— do it for her 🌹 (@chivalress) July 21, 2017
What if the Winter Soldier, instead of punching, was responsible for the mortgage collapse? pic.twitter.com/TWbIGMJ9k4
— Brock @SDCSeaOrg (@brockwilbur) July 21, 2017
Scaramucci has been backtracking on past statements he’s made criticizing Trump, deleting old tweets that contradict the Republican platform, and committing to a hard line of ‘everything’s going great’ when questioned by reporters. So we’ve got another inexperienced sycophant running Trump’s communications. But this one has, like, especially good hair. So Trump must be genuinely happy.
(image: screengrab, PBS)
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