Ruhle interjected. "And now you're saying he should, you know, get on board, get on the team?" "The president said he was a leaker, said he cared only about himself and was focused on his own brand".
Looking stunned, Stephanie Ruhle asked Anthony Scaramucci to clarify his remark about Bannon rejoining the team, reminding him that "You said six months ago that you think Steve Bannon tries to suck his own p*nis!" He said Bannon still holds a powerful voice amongst Republicans and he should once again use it to support Trump's presidency rather than spew falsehoods against it.
When asked by Ruhle if he felt vindicated by his past criticisms of Bannon, Scaramucci instead said that he would simply like Bannon to become more of a team player.
"But after the fact- Trust me, it's good my husband's not here", Ruhle said.
'There's two things you can do with a guy like that.
Bannon has seemingly already tried to make peace by telling a caller on Breitbart Radio Thursday morning that 'nothing will ever come between us and President Trump and his agenda'.
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Hours later, however, Franklin was told the neighborhood might be in danger and was being evacuated. Franklin said he and his girlfriend looked at each other and "just sat there, speechless".
Bannon is quoted copiously in the upcoming Steve Wolff book, "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House", most notably that Donald Trump Jr.'s 2016 meeting with Russians was "treasonous" and that Ivanka Trump is "dumb as a brick".
"I've been very honest about him". These issues and more [VIDEO]were discussed during a January 4 interview with Scaramucci on MSNBC. The two have had a contentious relationship in the past; shortly after he was sacked, Scaramucci said Bannon was hurting President Trump's agenda.
'And let me tell you something Bill Clinton said about George W. Bush a few years ago, ' Scaramucci said.
'You know he's not dumb, I know he's not dumb.
That Trump didn't really want to win: "He's somebody who wanted the presidency".
That key members of Trump's administration, including Steve Mnuchin, H.R. McMaster and former chief of staff Reince Priebus called Trump an idiot, dumb or a dope: "I don't think any of those people think the president's an idiot, dumb or dope". If anything he probably has the best emotional intelligence in terms of sizing and reading people and he got Steve Bannon right, ' Scaramucci added.