Donald Trump's new communications chief Anthony Scaramucci deletes President-bashing tweets
Donald Trump's new communications chief has deleted tweets in which he shared views contrary to the US president's own, saying they were a distraction.
Washington: Donald Trump's new communications chief has deleted tweets in which he shared views contrary to the US president's own, saying they were a distraction.
"Full transparency: I'm deleting old tweets. Past views evolved & shouldn't be a distraction. I serve @POTUS agenda & that's all that matters," the new man on the White House job announced on Twitter.
Full transparency: I'm deleting old tweets. Past views evolved & shouldn't be a distraction. I serve @POTUS agenda & that's all that matters
— Anthony Scaramucci (@Scaramucci) July 22, 2017
A bit later, Scaramucci followed up with "The politics of 'gotcha' are over. I have thick skin and we're moving on to @POTUS agenda serving the American people."
The day after he started his new job on Friday, Anthony Scaramucci, a New York financier, cleared up his Twitter trail of remarks in which he differs from Trump on illegal immigration, climate change, Islam and even gun control.
Hello Anthony! You have accidentally been deleting your old tweets. Luckily I have screenshots so you can repost them if you like? pic.twitter.com/l3KuordQLZ
— Charlie Proctor (@MonarchyUK) July 22, 2017
In a 2012 comment he tweeted, he appeared to back many causes long championed by Democrats, describing himself as "for Gay Marriage, against the death penalty, and Pro Choice."
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