On CNN, Anthony Scaramucci, the former Trump communications director, defended Trump's use of an ethnic slur by complaining about late night talk show comedy hosts that made fun of him.
Scaramucci, who had one of the shortest stints ever at any White House, was off his game Tuesday when he joined CNN and host Chris Cuomo.
When he was questioned about Trump's use of an ethnic slur against Sen. Warren while celebrating WWII Navajo Indian war heroes, Anthony said Trump got elected because he didn't follow "the current order of operations inside Washington."
Cuomo asked what did that have to do with calling Sen. Warren "Pocahontas?"
He said because Elizabeth was mean to him so Trump was nasty to her.
Two plus two is five.
Cuomo said, "Anthony, your kids operate that way, you're gonna say it's OK for the president?"
Scaramucci then complained that he was ethnically slurred and said we're micromanaging languages and being too politically correct and most people are tired of it.
And then he took a shot at CNN and Cuomo had had it.
"I think most people, in general, are tired of that. You are, iI am, and maybe you are not, I don't know, you work at CNN."
Chris said, "Oh. save me your cheap shots, the President of the United States uses a racial slur.."
As Scaramuchi tried to interrupt him, he continued, "My standard started higher."
"We demand better from a president. He's supposed to be a standard setter. You know this. If you heard this from the other side you would call it out," Cuomo said.
Anthony then got whiny.
"I actually disagree. I have heard so many things from the other side, and one of the funniest things from my 11 things inside the White House, was someone sent me a clip from the late-night comedians. You want to talk about cheap shots, most of them were ethnic slurs -- most of them were racially charged attacks on me."
"They are comedians. They're jokers, They're not president of the United States."
Cuomo finally mocked him and said, "You have not done this in a while, and you lost your game."