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Scaramucci: Trump Charlottesville Statement Should Have Been 'Much Harsher' on White Supremacists
13 August 2017, 05:36 | Darnell Patrick
Members of the'deep state attacked the Trump administration because the President represents a threat to cultural Marxist memes
On his first day as chief of staff, Kelly reportedly fired White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci from his position.
Scaramucci said as White House communications director he "wouldn't have recommended" the statement Trump gave, and applauded National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster's characterization of the violence as terrorism.
When asked by Stephanopoulos if that influence stemmed from Bannon, Scaramucci said, "I think the president knows what he's going to do with Steve Bannon". Scaramucci on Sunday said that "for the record, I thought that was off the record".
"It's actually terrorism and whether it's domestic or worldwide terrorism, with the moral authority of the presidency, you have to call that stuff out", he said.
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We'll continue to work through this, and when we think the time is right, whenever that is, then we'll make that decision". DeShone Kizer just made this a real quarterback competition and his decision of what to do next a hard one.
He called Lizza's decision to record the call "a very deceitful thing that he did".
Mr Scaramucci told a New Yorker reporter Mr Priebus was a "paranoid schizophrenic, a paranoiac" and accused him of leaking information to journalists.
He admitted that he "absolutely" made mistakes, but said he "went in there with my heart and soul".
On Saturday, Trump condemned hate 'on many sides, ' which many, including a number of Republicans, interpreted as Trump equating the white supremacists with the counter-protesters, of which one was killed.
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Futures lower as North Korea tensions linger
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Investors shun Asian stocks amid North Korea risk
Japan is the world's biggest creditor country and there is an assumption investors there will repatriate funds in a crisis. Computer hardware stocks rebounded following recent weakness, with the NYSE Arca Computer Hardware Index climbing by 1.4%.
Gold buoyed by North Korea tensions, U.S. inflation data
Against the greenback, the Swiss franc eased about 0.1 percent to 0.9645 per dollar, having surged about 1.1 percent on Wednesday. President Trump says North Korea has "disrespected our country greatly", adding his "fire & fury" warning "wasn't tough enough".