Yet again, new White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci shows the media that he means business. With the left’s takeover of the media in the last few years and more so in the last six months or so, Scaramucci is tasked with rebuilding the White House Communications Department. So that’s exactly what he plans to do:
“In private, Scaramucci seemed to have at least entertained the idea of the top communications post since June. Speaking at former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s private retreat in Deer Valley, Utah, last month, Scaramucci said that he believed the White House was faltering in part because the communications director job was empty and that communicating directly with the public was the key imperative of this White House, according to one attendee.
“If he were in the role, Scaramucci continued, he would consider starting a daily administration ‘television’ broadcast at 7 a.m., complete with a desk on the White House lawn and guests that included Democratic leaders.”
This would entail conservative news outlets like Fox, Bill O’Reilly, Hannity, etc, would be on location routinely. And left networks would not be on the guest list, but Democratic leaders might be.
“I’m hoping to create an era of a new good feeling with the media,” Scaramucci said in an interview on CNN’s State of the Union. “Give everybody a fresh start. Let’s see if we can reset this and create a more positive mojo among everybody.”
Scaramucci is serious about shoring up the leaks in the White House too.
“Scaramucci also threatened to begin firing communications staffers if the leaks didn’t stop. ‘If they want to stay on the staff, they’re going to stop leaking,’ he said. ‘But if you’re going to keep leaking, I’m going to fire everybody.'”