Anthony Scaramucci Reveals Big Biden Hopes Over 'Existential Threat' Trump

The ex-White House communications director ripped the former president as he rallied behind Joe Biden on social media.
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Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci made his election hopes clear on Thursday, as he jokingly referenced former first lady Melania Trump to make the case for President Joe Biden’s reelection.

“Nobody wants Biden to win more than me and I am including Melania,” wrote Scaramucci in a nod to Donald Trump’s wife, who has largely been absent from the public eye amid the former president’s 2024 campaign.

Scaramucci, who became a frequent Trump critic following his 10-day stint in his administration in 2017, noted that he’s not a “one issue voter” before criticizing the presumptive GOP nominee.

“Trump is an existential threat to the democracy,” Scaramucci wrote on social media. “He is a threat to NATO. He is a threat to the separation of powers in our Constitution and under no circumstances will I be voting for him. I will work tirelessly against him.”

Scaramucci, who described himself and other former Trump White House officials as being in a “Trump recovery unit” together, appeared on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” in March, where he discussed the former president’s willingness to “hurt anybody and anything in his way.”

He recalled one of his “big fights” with Trump over the institution of the presidency, noting that holding the job means you’re there to “serve the people” and be “president for everybody.”

“Mr. Trump doesn’t see it that way. Mr. Trump sees it as a self-aggrandizement, grandstanding position, and then you can make a little bit of money on the side, that’s fine, as well,” Scaramucci said.

He continued: “All the policies that you’re discussing today, they’re seen through that prism. They’re not seen through peace, preservation of the democracy, prosperity for all Americans ― not just the friends of his that he’s cutting taxes for.”

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