The Mooch on Steve Bannon: He has white nationalist 'tendencies'

He got very mad at me for going to Davos, Switzerland to speak at the World Economic Forum which was sanctioned by the communications team, ' Scaramucci said. "We got to get it together, as a nation, we got to get it together". When Cantone finally gets out of character, he says it was "terrifying" doing the impression in front of Scaramucci's mother. So he's entitled to his opinion.

Now "The Mooch" had found his way back into headlines by taking aim at one of Trump's most loyal allies in the media: Breitbart Chairman Steve Bannon. "I wasn't calling him Melissa McCarthy". "I love him. I give the man the shirt off my back if I didn't think he would get ketchup and self-tanner all over it". "Thanks for giving birth to me ma!" he joked", as the Mooch shot back, "You'd have a much better life if she did!" But, he said that other people in the administration referred to Spicer by the actress' name.

Anthony Scaramucci, the former White House communications director who was sacked the his job after just ten days, appeared on The View Friday to spill dirt about some of his former colleagues. We just saw ex-White House Communications Director Sean Spicer pop up in a controversial bit at the Emmys, and now his short-lived successor Anthony "The Mooch" Scaramucci just logged an hour as a co-host on ABC's The View.

And then one of the hosts brought up the fact that some people think Bannon is a "white nationalist".

Scaramucci, who was ousted as communications director in July after serving in the role for less than two weeks, further said that Bannon's worst quality was that he has a "messianic complex", or the belief that he is destined to be a savior. "We might be normalizing you right now", she said to Scaramucci. I would say that he has those tendencies. "If you read Breitbart, there's a lot of that white nationalist economic fervor".

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".

Anthony Scaramucci and Mario Cantone on "The View" on September 22, 2017.

  • Rogelio Becker