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Carl Bernstein: Many Republicans ‘Very Worried’ About Trump’s Stability

Tuesday on CNN’s “Newsroom,” network political analyst and veteran reporter Carl Bernstein said many Republicans in Congress were “very worried” about President Donald Trump’s stability. On National Security Adviser John Bolton’s ouster, Bernstein said, “This is, perhaps, the most convincing evidence we’ve seen

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Anthony Scaramucci Goes on Media Blitz After Public Feud with Trump

Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci has denied that he has turned on President Donald Trump in order to get more TV time, but a look at his TV appearances since their feud spilled out in public on August 10 showed he has done more than one interview a day since, with most of them on CNN.

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Scaramucci: GOP Has Become a ‘Personality Cult’ with a ‘McCarthy Fever’

Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Live,” former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci said the Republican Party had become a “personality cult” under President Donald Trump’s leadership. Scaramucci then compared the GOP to former Senator Joseph McCarthy’s (R-WI). When asked why Republicans who disagree

NEW YORK, NY - July 03: Anthony Scaramucci on the set of MSNBC's Squawk Box at Nasdaq in New York City on July 03, 2019. Credit: RW/MediaPunch /IPX

Anthony Scaramucci Plotting Trump Takedown with… Bill Kristol

Anthony Scaramucci, who was fired as White House communications director under President Donald Trump after just 11 days in July 2017, has spoken with staunch Never Trump commentator Bill Kristol regarding how Republicans could oust the president from the top of the party’s 2020 ticket, according to a report.

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Scaramucci: Trump in ‘Mental Decline’

Fired White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci once again lashed out at President Donald Trump after being thumped by the president for accusing him of racism, saying that his former boss bullies those around him as a “deterrence” from speaking out about his so-called “mental decline.”

This Oct. 24, 2018 photo taken from video shows former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci during an interview in New York. Scaramucci said he takes issue with the president's recent comments praising a congressman's violence against a reporter and is speaking out about the hate and divisiveness that he …