Chief of Staff Kelly Reviewing White House Changes


Scaramucci told ABC's "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" that he would have recommended Trump take a different approach.

"If you are on the McMaster side, you do not like this memo because you read it and you say, 'Hey is he talking about me?" "I think [Trump] needed to be much harsher as it related to white supremacists".

"It's actually terrorism and whether it's domestic or global terrorism, with the moral authority of the presidency, you have to call that stuff out", he said. The president has been criticized for not specifically calling out the white supremacists and neo-Nazi groups at Saturday's rally.

Trump declined to condemn white supremacy in a series of tweets where he called the violence "sad!" and condemned "all that hate stands for".

During his brief time working for the US President, Mr Scaramucci turned the White House upside down.

Wenger 'relieved' Giroud has made a decision to stay
We were quite good previous year on corners and overall I believe that with a bit of work we can get that out of the system". Wenger admitted he had given the former Montpellier man the chance to leave but is delighted he opted to stay put.

"I call him 'chief, '" Trump told reporters Friday at his Bedford, N.J., golf club.

SCARAMUCCI: Well, let's leave it up to the president.

Two Virginia state troopers who were part of the effort to quell the violence in Charlottesville died when their helicopter crashed on the outskirts of the town.

Scaramucci served in the White House role for only about 10 days. His hiring led to the departures of both Sean Spicer and Reince Priebus, Mr Trump's former press secretary and Chief of Staff, respectively.

SCARAMUCCI: Well, I think the president knows what he's going to do with Steve Bannon. He said that he thinks "the president knows what he is going to do with Steve Bannon", adding that Trump "has an idea of who the leakers are".