Anthony Scaramucci Calls Trump A ‘Bully,’ Hopes COVID-19 Diagnosis Is A ‘Wake-Up Call’

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Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci told CNN Friday that he hoped Donald Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis would be a “wake-up call” and compared the president to a “bully at the middle school lunch table” who disregarded coronavirus social distancing precautions and influenced fellow Republicans to do the same.

“Look at how the Republican Congress acts, or the Republican Senate acts around the president,” Scaramucci, who resigned from Donald Trump’s administration after working for only 10 days in 2017, told CNN’s Anderson Cooper. “He has this amazing control over these people. It’s like literally being the bully at the middle school lunch table; everybody wants to sit with the bully and the bully is giving you rules that are going to go…



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