Prior to his firing, Scaramucci unintentionally gave a profanity-laced interview after speaking with old friend and New Yorker writer Ryan Lizza on the phone. On the call, he asked Ryan Lizza to reveal the person the person name who had leaked the information regarding dinner with U.S. president Donald Trump.
In the memo, which emerged on Wednesday, Mr Scaramucci wrote that Donald Trump "can choose to fight with the media, but Comms can not", and even suggested "a constructive "complaint box" for the media to make complaints". He commented very badly on this matter.Anthony Scaramuccihad contacted Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation to deeply investigate Reince Priebus.
The memo also encourages the communications team to humanize President Trump and bolster his "funny and irreverent side". It was reported that the decision to remove Scaramucci came at the request of Kelly, who was sworn in as chief of staff on Monday morning.More news: Four people rescued in flood-affected Rajasthan
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Spicer, who resigned in July in protest of President Donald Trump's short-lived appointment of Anthony Scaramucci as White House communications director, announced at the time that he would stick around for several weeks for the sake of a smooth transition in Trump's press shop.
Mr Scaramucci was also very vocal about leaks coming out of the White House, saying he wanted to "kill all the leakers".
Before being fired, Mr Scaramucci, a wealthy New York financier, caused a commotion in Washington, describing then White House chief of staff Reince Priebus as a "paranoid schizophrenic" to a journalist from The New Yorker magazine.