Thursday, July 27, 2017

MSNBC’s Mika hilariously mocks White House staff for acting like ‘mean girls’ high school clique

In a Thursday “Morning Joe” discussion, the panel addressed the professionalism of the White House staff that appears to be feuding. Wednesday evening, new communications director Anthony Scaramucci tweeted and then deleted an accusation that Chief of Staff Reince Priebus might be responsible for the leaks coming from the White House.

“The leaks are a function of the way the president does business,” New York Times reporter Nicholas Confessore told the panel. “And you can’t stop the leaks by firing some junior press secretaries.” “What little structure exists in this administration is in the chief of staff, Reince Priebus, has a normal flow of paperwork, but he’s one of the least powerful chiefs of staff and people like Bannon and Scaramucci are stepping in to say we want more of the power and influence,” said Halperin. “Some of them would like to see them go. The president’s agenda, if Reince Priebus goes, the question of who is going to provide structure is a big question.”

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