Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramuccci directed harsh words towards the US president and said Trump’s “meltdown” is going to get worse.
On Wednesday night, Scaramucci, who was coms director just ten days in 2017 before he was fired from his role said on CNN that Trump was looking at his future “and the future does not look good for him.”
As more facts unfold about Syria, as more facts unfold about the people that have been arrested recently, and the conjoinment of all those issues over there, it’s going to be devastating for the president.
He added: “The criminal activity will be so great that the GOP, and there will be 20-plus senators who’ll say, ‘OK, I can't take this anymore.’”
Scaramucci went on to say that Trump will eventually face a situation similar to the likes of president Nixon in 1974 - Republicans in the Senate will say he’s either got to leave his position or lose in an impeachment.
That will eventually happen. And that’s the reason why he’s pressurised.
Democrat leaders said the US president called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi a “third rate politician” in what they described as a “meltdown.”
Senator Democratic leader Chuck Schumer told reporters:
He [Donald Trump] was insulting, particularly to the speaker. She kept her cool completely, but he called her a third-rate politician.
This was not a dialogue, it was sort of a diatribe. A nasty diatribe, not focused on the facts.
What we witnessed on the part of the president was a meltdown, sad to say.