"Mainstream Media must clean up its act, FAST!" He said the media are at fault for much of the partisan hostility, which has resulted in leftists hounding and harassing Republican officials in public.
President Jeff Zucker slammed the Donald Trump White House in a statement on Wednesday, saying he and especially Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders should understand the "seriousness of their continued attacks on the media".
Hours after what the Secret Service described as "a potentially explosive package" was recovered at CNN's NY offices, similar to the ones sent to Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and George Soros, the head of the network released a statement that pointed the finger at President Trump and his administration. In his remarks, he made no menion of CNN, which received one of he pipe bombs, addressed to network contributor John Brennan, the former Central Intelligence Agency director who Trump announced on national TV he was stripping of the customary security clearance afforded former Central Intelligence Agency directors, because of Brennan's remarks about him.
In media interviews on Thursday, Scaramucci wasn't so happy to say that. "And Certainly the president is calling on everyone to come together and if you have a problem with one another, let's voice that but let's do so peacefully and let's do that at the ballot box".
Journalist Jamal Khashoggi death `a mistake`: Saudi Arabia
Turkish officials suspect Mr Khashoggi was killed inside the consulate by the team of Saudi agents and his body cut up. After weeks of denying knowledge of Khashoggi's whereabouts, Riyadh admitted that he had been killed in the consulate.
"Look, there's a big difference between comments made and actions taken", stated the press secretary. "The president is certainly not responsible for sending suspicious packages to someone, no more than [Sen.] Bernie Sanders was responsible for a supporter of his shooting up a Republican baseball field practice previous year". Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), critically shot and wounded House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.).
President Donald Trump has always had a very casual relationship with the truth.
"But if we are honest with ourselves, people of good faith should ... seriously say it is the president who is creating this caustic environment in America in 2018".
Trump has called journalists "enemy of the people" - a position endorsed by Sanders - has announced he's in love with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, denounces his justice department as rotten and rigged, wants to lock up Hillary Clinton, etc.