SCARAMUCCI: Steve Bannon has white nationalist 'tendencies'

A Breitbart reporter tweeted out a screenshot soon after Scaramucci's remarks that showed quite different sentiment the NY businessman shared with the publication when he provided them with his first interview after being hired as communications director.

"I was calling him 'Liar Spice" from the Spice Girls, ' he said. According to the so-called "Mooch", Bannon at one point took issue with Scaramucci's decision to speak at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, even though he had been sanctioned to do so by the White House communications team.

The Mooch was then asked if he thinks Bannon is a white nationalist and he paused and slowly restated the question as if to buy himself some time. "She looks just like my family", Cantone said, thanking her for "birthing" him. "If you read Breitbart, there is a lot of that white nationalist economic fervor", Scaramucci said.

In what was billed as a surprise guest, The View brought on Scaramucci impersonator Mario Cantone for a side-by-side appearance.

Scaramucci says Bannon has a "messianic complex", and is an "anti-globalist".

Scaramucci had more to say about Cantone, however, explaining that the actor must have been bummed he was sacked because Cantone was "on his way". When asked point blank by Joy Behar who the "most annoying, frightful person in the Oval Office" was, the Mooch did not skip a beat before naming two individuals: Steve Bannon and Reince Priebus.

Bannon, former chief of staff Reince Priebus, and former press secretary Sean Spicer have all left the Trump administration.

He repeatedly pointed to Bannon's supposed "messianic" complex. Ten days in the White House gets the Mooch an hour on daytime TV. "I am an America first guy". I love Donald Trump.

The only time it got a little testy between the duo was when Cantone cracked how "horrifying" it was do to the impression in front of Scaramucci's mom.

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