Anthony Scaramucci tries to extend his 15 minutes by claiming calling someone ‘Fredo’ is ‘un-American’
Anthony Scaramucci got into hot water with squad leader Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez by saying he’d gone “neutral” on Donald Trump, but that same day, renowned actor Tom Arnold took credit for turning Scaramucci against Trump. And whatever happened to his “centrist” news source, The Scaramucci Post, that he announced back in 2017?
In any case, The Mooch has weaseled his way back into the news by being critical of his former boss, and on Tuesday he offered up his hot take that President Trump calling CNN’s Chris Cuomo “Fredo” was not only an insult to Italian-Americans — it was un-American (in all caps).
He knows this is insulting to many Italian Americans. He knows it and he likes it. Think about it someday it could be you. ITS UNAMERICAN. Presidential Harassment!! https://t.co/KYbKi9qvM8
— Anthony Scaramucci (@Scaramucci) August 13, 2019
“Think about it, someday it could be you.” Oh, no. The horror, the horror.
You're embarrassing yourself. Just remember, the left will always hate you, no matter what.
— Carl Gustav (@CaptYonah) August 13, 2019
And now the right is growing unfond of you too. Fredo Mooch.
— Spaceman Basic 🚀 Mike (@mikegehringer) August 13, 2019
enough already Mooch. It's embarrassing.
— Mick DeFoe (@MickDeFoe) August 13, 2019
I thought you were better than this, Mooch.
— Conservative Student (@ExBigRight) August 13, 2019
No Mooch. It absolutely is not insulting to Italian Americans. We get it. Trump no longer likes you. You like your media career and want to be on CNN and MSNBC. We get it, you need to virtue signal like a clown now. It isn’t insulting in any way to anyone other than Cuomo.
— Anthony (@PhinsTweets) August 13, 2019
Jesus, did you fall down and smack your little head on the pavement? Give me break you big 😂😂😂😂👶👶👶👶
— DragonMom (@housedrago) August 13, 2019
Mooch you have lost your mind. Making fun of a guy who mocks 50% of the country daily is not racism. Get a real job
— thelidlives (@thelidlives) August 13, 2019
It's insulting to inferior little brothers. It has nothing to do with being Italian. Absolutely nothing.
— whizwith (@Lopper11) August 13, 2019
Your 15 minutes is up
— Tonya (@blissful_214) August 13, 2019
You are such a cry baby Fredo!
— Papa Yo Mama (@papajoe1027) August 13, 2019
— Ryan Harn (@rjh9aer) August 13, 2019
Shut up Mooch.
— QuizzicalRepub (@QuizzicalRepub) August 13, 2019
FFS, you call yourself 'Mooch'.
— Verbaluce (@verbaluce) August 13, 2019
Fredo…? The Godfather character…? Is "offensive" to Italian Americans? Um, no. Or at least if it is, why has it NOT been between 1972 and 2019?
— Mark Gunderson (@Gunny_83) August 13, 2019
Mooch has classic delayed onset Trump Derangement Syndrome. Its becoming an epidemic.
— Klondike (@Fridaythedog) August 13, 2019
You are so full of 🐮💩you phony
— GingerMarple (@GingerMarple) August 13, 2019
Not true Mooch. I’m Italian and I’ve been talking to other Italians all day and no one is “offended” by this.
It’s a movie reference….
— ALX 🇺🇸 (@alx) August 13, 2019
How'd he put up with you for 11 days?? Seriously. Cuomo called himself Fredo back in 2010. This is the best he can do: make a scene and hope for ratings. Sad way to live.
— Joan of Argghh! (@JoanOfArgghh) August 13, 2019
Anthony Scaramucci is the new Michael Avenatti.
— Charlie Payne (@charliespayne) August 13, 2019
He wishes he were the new Michael Avenatti.
Good grief, just put your phone down.
— Cindy Somerville 🇺🇸🇺🇸 (@cindy_csomer37) August 13, 2019
Not all heroes wear capes: Tom Arnold is glad to take credit for Anthony Scaramucci having 'turned' against Trump https://t.co/3GL6Qz6HiK
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) August 12, 2019