BOOM! Anthony Scaramucci Terminates Suspected Leaker 

Was Michael Short booted from the White House Communications Officer for being a leaker? Anthony Scaramucci, President Trumps new Communications Director, has terminated Mr. Short as one of his first acts as new Director. Short was part of the Reince Priebus crowd that seems to have had a lot of influence over the White House staff. Things seem to be changing for the better. It seems that Mr. Scaramucci is taking no prisoners in his new position. Read the details here.

As Written By Matthew Boyle for Breitbart:

Suspected leaker Michael Short has been terminated from the White House communications office, Breitbart News can confirm.

Short, an ally of White House chief of staff Reince Priebus and now former Press Secretary Sean Spicer—who resigned last week—was terminated on Tuesday by new White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci.

Politico’s Tara Palmeri was the first to report the news.

“Newly appointed White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci said on Tuesday that he plans to dismiss assistant press secretary Michael Short,” Palmeri wrote on Tuesday morning. “It would be Scaramucci’s first step toward shaking up the communications shop, which has been dominated by former Republican National Committee staffers loyal to White House chief of staff Reince Priebus, a former RNC chairman.”

Short originally worked for the Trump campaign—placed on it by Priebus—and quit the campaign, sources tell Breitbart News, after the Access Hollywood tape came out. Politico confirmed this report, noting that Short walked out in the middle of the campaign leaving his computer behind only to show back up in January at the behest of the Republican National Committee (RNC) allies in the ………


Scaramucci Terminates Suspected Leaker Michael Short from White House

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