Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci went on to Fox News to talk about how Rachel Maddow and other liberals should take “maybe a suppository” to treat what he characterizes as a “Trump Derangement Syndrome” after the MSNBC host criticized Trump, reports The Hill.

Scaramucci was invited on to the shop to talk about the recent tariffs Trump is trying to pass and to also respond to Maddow characterization of Trump’s decision to sit down with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un as “particularly risky” and “an unwise move.”

Scaramucci, a former Fox Business host and who held the role of White House communications director for 11 days, was asked to respond by “Fox & Friends” host Pete Hesgeth.

“The President has a great relationship with President Xi [Jinping]. They obviously don’t like talking about that. And the combination of those forces have now allowed for this opportunity to take place for the world,” Scaramucci said, referring to the president of China. “So it’s more complicated story than what she is saying.”

“But you can tell she has a little bit of that Trump Derangement Syndrome, which I like. I’m hoping one of these comedians will come up with an anti-anxiety medication for these liberals. Just take one tablet a day, maybe a suppository, and take it easy. It’s morning, had to wake everybody up with that,” Scaramucci added.

Scaramucci has been known to stand up to other liberals or anti-Trumpers in the past. Most recently he suggested that former George W. Bush speechwriter David Frum take one of these pills during an argument on Bill Maher’s HBO program “Real Time.”

But then Scaramucci later apologized on Friday for his remark about Maddow:

On Thursday outside the White House, South Korea’s national security adviser, Chung Eui-yong, made the announcement about
the Trump-Kim meeting in a statement after meeting with Trump and administration officials.

“President Trump appreciated the briefing and said he would meet Kim Jong Un by May to achieve permanent denuclearization,” Chung told reporters.

Trump sounded positive on Twitter where he expressed his hopes in trying to disarm the rogue nation. If he does meet with Kim Jong-Un, it will be the first time a sitting president will have met a North Korean leader.

It should be noted that Scaramucci later apologized for the “suppository” remark:

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BY Isabelle Weeks


I am a staff writer for DC Statesman and like to report on current events happening in the Trump administration as well as the political world.