MSNBC Host Humiliates The Mooch: ‘You Said He Tries To Suck His Own Penis!’ (VIDEO)

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The 11-day White House communications director, Anthony Scaramucci, also known as “The Mooch,” took advantage of the flurry over the book Fire and Fury and hit the cable news. He was defending Donald Trump against allegations within the new book. Does that mean he wanted a job in the West Wing?

The president forced The Mooch to resign after he called then-chief of staff, Reince Priebus “schizophrenic.”

When MSNBC’s Live At 9 AM host Stephanie Ruhle asked him that question on her show, he responded:

‘I’m loyal to the president…I’m here to help.’

In other words, this interview was a job interview for The Mooch. The president was not impressed with General H.R. McMaster when he first met him. Yet, after Trump saw him on television, he wanted the man to fill the position of national security adviser.

The show’s host, Ruhle, can be moved to tears when she sees children suffering, but she is also one tough New Jersey woman. She continued the interview, asking Scaramucci if he felt vindicated. He responded by saying that Bannon could rejoin the Trump team:

‘I don’t feel so much vindicated as I would like Steve to knock it off and rejoin the team.’

The MSNBC host was incredulous:

‘Hold on. When you say, ‘rejoin the team,’ what does that mean?’

The Mooch said that Bannon was still powerful within the Republican Party, but he needed to support the president rather than undermine him.

 

Ruhle shot right back:

‘Anthony, you said six months ago that you think Steve Bannon tries to suck his own penis! And now you’re saying he should, you know, get on board, get on the team? Let’s be honest about how you feel.”

Ruhle asked The Mooch about his background with Bannon, and he answered:

‘Let’s talk about that because you want to bring that up. This is MSNBC, my favorite network. You wanna talk about that…’

 

Scaramucci responded:

‘First of all, I have never come on a show where I am not honest about how I feel…’There are two things you can do with a guy like that. You can either excise him and shun him, which I don’t think is the best-recommended strategy. Or you can tell him to knock it off and bring himself back into the fold.’

Ruhle let him continue:

‘What’s happening is that book is being lifted, all the great juicy excerpts are being lifted to promote the book, but a lot of it is nonsense. Michael Wolff, in many ways, wrote a nonsensical book.’

The Mooch does not like the author:

‘This guy is a purely unattractive human being.’

The MSNBC host asked:

‘You’re talking about his looks?’

Scaramucci fired back:

‘No! Intellectually. He’s an unattractive human being — intellectually. And he should knock it off himself… You see, I got you there because you stepped in about the looks. I said he is unattractive — intellectually.

‘The president is way more intellectually attractive to me than Michael Wolff.’

Ruhle responded:

‘To create this kind of chaos… we are talking about someone who has been behind conspiracy theories; the birther issue, saying Muslims were cheering in New Jersey on 9/11, the crowd sizes, the voter fraud. President Trump has made outrageous claims… chaos in this country is not something we want to create.’

The Mooch was getting angry, when he said:

‘Okay, there’s chaos on this set. You’re obviously a little chaotic over this.’

Ruhle corrected him, showing she was just not letting him off of the hook, not being passive:

‘Excuse me, Anthony. There’s no chaos here.’

Featured Images via Getty Images/Phillip Faraone.

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