Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci said the private lives of public officials should be “let alone” especially if they are getting results.
“We should have a cultural movement again where public officials should be left alone to do in their personal lives what they,” Scaramucci said on CNN’s “New Day” Friday. “They get tangled up and then they start to position themselves in a certain way. President Clinton did that. Perhaps President Trump has had to do that. And I think it’s unfair to both of those people. And I think we should knock it off.”
Host Chris Cuomo brought up Stormy Daniels and said Trump’s situation wasn’t comparable to past presidents.
“We are in a cultural situation today where ‘I don’t care what people are doing in their bedroom. And I don’t care what they are doing in their bedroom if they are public officials or nonpublic officials,'” Scaramucci replied. “We should move the curve in that direction and we should focus on the things that the president is doing for the country. Not his personal life.”
“North Korea, economy is booming, wages are up,” Scaramucci concluded.
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