"I think [Trump] needed to be much harsher as it relates to the white supremacists", said Scaramucci.
Like many others, Scaramucci told host George Stephanopoulos that he disagreed with Trump's weak and weird statement on the outbreak of white supremacist violence over the weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia.
"I applaud General McMaster [Trump's national security adviser] for calling it out for what it is, it's actually terrorism".
"I believe that everyone who works in the White House - who has the privilege, the great privilege every day of serving their nation - should be motivated by that goal", he said. "This hate and division must stop, and it must stop now".
"If the president really wants to execute the legislative agenda that I think is so promising for the American people, the lower middle-class people and the middle-class people, then he has to move away from that "Bannon-bart" nonsense", he said.
Mr Scaramucci criticised the influence of Mr Bannon and his right-wing Breitbart News website, suggesting the President needed to move more toward the mainstream and moderates in order to push through "a very successful legislative agenda". Though the interview and subsequent Facebook live Q&A were full of his usual Trump ass-kissing, The Mooch pointedly insisted that the president take a firm stand against racism.
In Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday, white nationalists and counter-protesters clashed in riots that turned deadly, resulting in three deaths and several injuries. It's not serving the president's interests.
In a brief speech at his resort in Bedminster, N.J., Trump condemned "hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides".
The responses from both Scaramucci and McMaster came the day after Axios reported that Trump suspected Bannon has been leaking damaging information about White House colleagues, and was weighing firing the political adviser. "He called for national unity and bringing all Americans together".
The paper also revealed that Nawaz Sharif's family had bought posh apartments in London through offshore companies. The five judges reached a unanimous verdict in the Islamabad court, which was filled to capacity.
Friday's GDP data is the first of three measurements the Commerce Department will take of the economy in the second quarter. The dollar fell against a basket of currencies after the release of the data, while prices for USA government bonds rose.
Police also opened fire in the capital, Nairobi , where opposition protesters had blocked roads and set up burning barricades. A mortuary official said nine bodies with gunshot wounds had been brought to the Nairobi morgue from Mathare.
This was thought to be in response to De Grasse suggesting Bolt might be slowing down in his final season. De Grasse's injury will also be a blow to the Canadian team's hopes at the world championships .
Summer showers and t'storms develop during the afternoon on Thursday as the atmosphere becomes more favorable for activity. Storm chances push south as we get later into the evening with relatively dry weather expected after midnight.
But the signs were there way before their social media posts were shared with the world, especially from Anna's camp. Secondly to those who have indicated that I am devastated, I am very well thank you. (We are) just normal people '.
This motion is therefore in the interest of the Democratic Alliance and opposition forces and not in the interest of our country. Almost all of the 149 opposition MPs have stated they will vote for Mr Zuma to be removed.
New details about Usher's recent lawsuit emerge
She also added that others have come forward, claiming that they too engaged in sexual activity with the singer. She says 1 of the remaining clients - either the man or woman - has tested positive for herpes .
Voluntary postal vote to cost $122 million
A politician has explained how the heroism of a gay man who died in a terror attack inspired him to support equal marriage. A plebiscite bill was introduced by the government previous year , but defeated in the Senate by 33 votes to 29.
Citi Open: Raonic falls in straight sets
Raonic will return to action Monday at the Rogers Cup in Montreal, where he will be the top Canadian competing. Karma did him good for a short while as he saved a match point to win the second set.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 battery images leak; reveals 3300 mAh
According to Blass' tweets, the Galaxy Note 8 will come in at least three colors: silver, midnight black and deep sea blue. Additionally, the smartphone is likely to have some tweaks on the software front to deliver competitive image results.
Tributes paid to war dead to mark 100 years
Monday's poignant Last Post was the 30,752nd time it has been played in Ypres since 1928. The Menin Gate has on it the names of the 54,391 British dead with no known grave.
Three defendants shot dead during Moscow trial
Three gang members were killed after they disarmed guards and opened fire in a courthouse in Moscow , state media reported. The defendants were reportedly members of the Grand Theft Auto gang, which took its name from the computer game.
Speaker Vos Statement on Foxconn Announcement
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Trump says Apple promised 3 new USA plants
Apple was one of the companies that came under fire from Trump, because it makes most of its products in China. It is also not known if Trump was talking about Apple-owned plants, or plants with investment help from Apple.