Anthony Scaramucci reportedly has a crude nickname for Reince Priebus

Mr Priebus found himself at the centre of a rift with recently appointed Director of Communications Anthony Scaramucci. He then went on to explain his theory that Priebus leaked information about a dinner Scaramucci was having, speaking mockingly as Priebus: "Oh, Bill Shine is coming in". I'll get to the person who leaked that to you.

"I would just from that one interview but keep in mind I'm from Alabama", Brooks said. Unlike other Trump advisers, I've never heard him say a bad word about the President.

"I'm not Steve Bannon, I'm not trying to suck my own ****", Mr Scaramucci said, according to The New Yorker.

It's also not a secret that Scaramucci often refers to Priebus using foul language-as evidenced by his expletive-laced tirade the New Yorker published on Thursday. He became enraged about leakers and his colleagues in the White House, letting loose a vivid and increasingly creative stream of profanity - all on tape. "Little did I know, he was going to be replaced by a guy who serves up some very spicy quotes".

White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci unloaded on chief of staff Reince Priebus and others in separate CNN and New Yorker interviews that took a turn for the profane this week.

The drama was the latest sign of disarray within the Trump White House even as it tries to advance healthcare and tax reform legislation.

The open hostility is the clearest example yet of stark tensions between veteran Republican operatives in the White House like Priebus, and close allies of the president from outside the political establishment, like Scaramucci and Trump's family.

At one point, Scaramucci called Priebus a "f-- paranoid schizophrenic".

In the article, Scaramucci accused Priebus of leaking his financial disclosure form - a document that is publicly available. I'm here to serve the country'. "I was anxious when Sean Spicer left that the communications office at the White House would lose some flavor". Lizza claimed when he refused to divulge the source of information, Scaramucci got agitated.

Scaramucci seemed more relaxed on Twitter later, admitting that he uses "colorful language" and will "not give up the passionate fight for Donald Trump's agenda". Any apology "needs to happen personally between them", she said.



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