[Ed. – Noble ambition]
New White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci pledged Sunday “to take drastic” action to stop leaks coming out of the White House.
“I will take dramatic action to stop those leaks,” Scaramucci told Chris Wallace on “Fox News Sunday.”
The former financier said that while he could not control leaks coming from other government agencies, he said he would take action in the White House’s communications department.
“If the leaks don’t stop, I’m going to pare down the staff because it’s just not right,” he said.
“I think it’s not fair to the president, it’s actually not fair to America or the people in the government. I’m not going to be able to stop the leaks in the intergovernmental agencies and all that other stuff, that’s a different ball of wax. But something is going on in the White House that the president does not like and we’re going to fix it,” Scaramucci continued.
“Everyone can stay if the follow protocol against the leaks,” he continued.