(ThePatriotSource.com) – If you thought Anthony Scaramucci couldn’t sink any lower, then think again.
The former White House communications director has been out to get the president ever since he was fired just 10 days into the job. President Donald Trump fired him following the appointment of John F. Kelly as the new chief of staff, a man who did not believe that Scaramucci had the discipline required to do the job properly.
Still bitter, Scaramucci is now labeling the president “unhinged.” In a tweet published Monday, Scaramucci said, “Awwww it’s getting around. @realDonaldTrump is unhinged about @MikeBloomberg.”
— Anthony Scaramucci (@Scaramucci) February 17, 2020
The comments came after the turncoat Republican claimed that Bloomberg would “trounce” Donald Trump in a presidential election.
Sounds like someone is still sore…
— Anthony Scaramucci (@Scaramucci) February 15, 2020
Scaramucci has made it very clear that he is firmly on the side of Michael Bloomberg, despite the Democratic Party candidate offering a completely different vision for America than Trump. Does that mean, therefore, that Scaramucci has had a political awakening and decided to completely switch sides?
If so, the move is dramatic. Scaramucci is a long-time Republican donor. As the founder of SkyBridge Capital, a successful investment term, he offered large donations to a number of Republican campaigns and was even a part of Trump’s presidential transition team.
His behavior has long been erratic and questionable, however. A week after he landed the job as White House communications director, he publicly attacked Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, telling a news reporter that he was a “paranoid schizophrenic.” A claim, obviously completely without merit.
Speaking to the same journalist, Scaramucci even insulted Trump’s then-Chief Strategist Steve Bannon. His “colorful language,” as he described it was one of the reasons why he was initially let go from his role.
There is no word on whether Mike Bloomberg appreciates the endorsement. The short-term joy of a former Trump ally backing a competing New York billionaire may be tempting for Bloomberg, but he knows Hell hath no fury like a Scaramucci scorned…