Sean Spicer Quit because Anthony Scaramucci was hired as Communications director

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Sources: Sean Spicer Believed Anthony Scaramucci Didn’t Have The Qualifications | MSNBC

First of all: What the fuck was Ivanka Trump doing at the meeting?  and Why is Sean Spicer surprised Donald Trump hired a multi millionare as the director of communications?  Every retarded Redneck across our nations knows that if you put a rich person in charge,  everyone else across the nation will get rich too!  "he is a business man,  he says he will repeal and replace obamacare on day 1,  he says he will defeate ISIS in 30 days of being elected , He won't go on vacations or golf like Obama he will be too busy!".

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Timmy Tosser's picture

Keeping track of Kdogg's various accounts here is like a game of whack-a-mole

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Muchos Munchbagger's picture

Where are the Trump sluts ready to spread their dumb ass checks apart to apologize and justify this buffoon?
How many of this great leader's original supporters and administration are left?
I guess all great leaders had internal mutinous or close allies who quit on them when doing great things for the world.
Oh wait it's the opposite. Usually successful visionaries had stalwart support from their closest allies and compatriots. All this guy has is conservative plebs. Even Hitler had a staunch cabinet

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Fullauto223cal's picture

Spicer was not an "original supporter".  He was an establish man and spoke against Trump during the campaign as Communications Director of the RNC.

If you're going to write a salty diatribe to vent about having lost the 2016 election, thus having your cultural Marxist agenda blown the fuck out, at least do a little homework so you don't say stupid shit.

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Muchos Munchbagger's picture

There he is. Spread those dumb ass checks apart wider boy.
The guy who calls everyone a Marxist who doesn't like Trump (the culmination of all stupidity right there).
Tell me what you think Marxism actually means. I think you think that Marxism means leftist.

Seriously though, you call everyone a Marxist and I really want to hear your interpretation.

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Grothesk's picture

"Spicer was not an "original supporter".  He was an establish man and spoke against Trump during the campaign as Communications Director of the RNC."

I wasn't aware of this so I went and looked it up.  Spicer's most cutting criticisms of Trump is that, "painting Mexican Americans with that kind of a brush, I think that's probably something that is not helpful to the cause."  He also appropriately responded to Trump mocking John McCain ("I like people who weren't captured.") by stating, "there is no place in our party or our country for comments that disparage those who have served honorably.  
 
So Spicer criticized Trump like anyone who has common sense criticized Trump.  At the end of the day, Spicer helped the man get elected simply by being an influential member of the RNC and then worked for him as his whipping boy.  What you said above seems deceptive.
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Mori's picture

What I'd like to know is what do all of these richer than rich people want with public service? Do all of them just enjoy helping people, getting lousy pay in comparison out of the goodness in their hearts? 

My guess is nope! So, what's left? Well, they're all there to get richer and that should benefit everyone else, right?

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Muchos Munchbagger's picture

O.k. Trump slut
Let's review all the administrative casualties. I'm sure you'll pose some tenuous excuse seeing how big brother Trump has you on your knees so hard. I cut and pasted the foot notes because there was too much info + the list was even more than I anticipated.
+ I don't know every intricate detail, but enough to recognize an obvious pattern:

Michael Dubke
 the former White House communications director,resigned in May. Dubke was replaced by Anthony Scaramucci, the founder of a hedge fund and a top Trump donor.

Katie Walsh
The former deputy chief of staff and close ally to chief of staff Reince Priebus, left the White House just nine weeks into the job to run America First, a pro-Trump group outside of the government.

Preet Bharara
Trump fired Preet Bharara, the former US Attorney for the Southern District of Manhattan and 'Sheriff' of Wall Street, in March after Bharara refused to submit a resignation letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Bharara, an Obama appointee, was fired along with a number of Obama-era US attorneys. Trump had initially promised Bharara he would keep his job during the transition period.

Sean Spicer
Sean Spicer, the embattled White House press secretary, resigned on Friday after telling Trump he vehemently disagreed with the selection of Anthony Scaramucci as White House communications director.

Spicer's tenure as press secretary was marred by controversy and sometimes-awkward relationship with the president. Spicer will stay in his role until August.

Michael Flynn
Flynn misled Vice President Mike Pence and other administration officials about the contents of his phone conversations with Sergey Kislyak, Russia's ambassador to the US. Flynn reportedly discussed the Obama administration's sanctions against Russia with Kislyak prior to Trump assuming office.

James Comey
We all know this one. Former FBI Director James Comey testifies before a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., June 8, 2017.

Trump fired James Comey as FBI director in May.

Comey was handling the investigation into the Trump campaign's possible collusion with Russia during the 2016 election at the time of his ouster, creating a firestorm of controversy for Trump's administration.

Comey was just the second FBI director to be fired by a president, after President Bill Clinton fired William S. Sessions in 1993. HAHAHA Trump fans are always comparing the Clintons to Trumps apointment. Whelp that's a juicy legacy point right there.

Sally Yates
Trump fired Sally Yates, the acting attorney general and an appointee of former President Barack Obama, just ten days after assuming office. Yates had refused to uphold the Trump administration's controversial travel ban in January.

Yates denounced the travel ban, which Trump enacted through an executive order, as unlawful. Yates was also instrumental in the events that led to Flynn's ouster, as she had informed Trump that Flynn could be vulnerable to Russian blackmail days after Trump assumed office.

At this point you can keep calling people leftist salty Marxists  (lol at the Marxist jab) like a cantankerous old man who keeps the neighbourhood kids frisbees. Or you can start witnessing a very observable factual phenomena of gross leadership incompetence and deceptive role play. You should stop caring about the victory and start focusing on the job at hand. Who gives a flying fuck about him winning. Most sane people are paying attention to his current performance.

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Grothesk's picture

That's a hefty fuckin' laundry list and we're only half a year into this Presidency.  

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Muchos Munchbagger's picture

Psshhh yea but only for Marxist vegan cucks.
In the real world, Trump is a legendary savior of all that's good, just and truthful

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backdraft's picture
Beta Tester

Trumps like firing people. It's his thing.  

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Muchos Munchbagger's picture

@backdraft
Except almost half resigned while the rest were terminations. This equals to 100% instability in ANY adminstrative staff body for any organization under shit leadership.

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