Scaramucci seemed to be accusing the White House chief of staff, Reince Priebus, of being the source of the leak. "The report says Politico reached out to White House spokeswoman Natalie Strom for comment on Scaramucci's SkyBridge investment to the Treasury Department, and that a Treasury spokeswoman, Marisol Garibay, did not immediately return requests for comment". Other brothers can fight with each other and get along.
President Trump's new communications director said Wednesday night that he was alerting the Federal Bureau of Investigation after details from his financial disclosure forms were published online.
Scaramucci has all but officially accused Priebus of being behind the leak of his Office of Government Ethics forms, which showed Scaramucci made at least $10 million previous year from his investment firm SkyBridge Capital and still stands to profit from it while working in the White House. And I can tell you when I go home and talk to people in my district, they don't care about all this stuff.
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The message reflects in part an intensifying effort by the White House to crack down on unauthorized disclosures of information.
"There are so many qualified men and women who wanted to serve this president, this administration and their country, who have been completely demoralized and completely, I think, disinclined to do so based on the paperwork that we have to put forward", Conway lamented. (In fact, the disclosure form is a public document available upon request.) "In case there's any ambiguity in his tweet I can confirm that Scaramucci wants the FBI to investigate Reince for leaking", the New Yorker's Ryan Lizza tweeted.
"If Reince wants to explain that he's not a leaker, let him do that". "I will be contacting @FBI and the @TheJusticeDept, he tweeted Wednesday night, adding, "#swamp @Reince45".
"He's looking at these sanctions right now, he may decide to veto the sanctions and be tougher than the Russians than the Congress. [Crosstalk] He may sign the sanctions, exactly the way they are, or he may veto the sanctions and negotiate an even tougher deal against the Russians".
Speaking on CNN Thursday morning, Scaramucci was more explicit about his tweet.