US House expected to approve Russian Federation sanctions bill limiting Trump's influence

Bruno Cirelli
Luglio 25, 2017

President Donald Trump remains at least relatively sure it is not him but everyone else who is the titanic idiot, per freshly hired goon and White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci, who said on Sunday Trump still does not believe Russian Federation was behind the 2016 hacks into Democratic email systems. "The entire world has changed; we need to rethink the way we're delivering our information".

Scaramucci said that he meant to review the intelligence community's evidence once he had his security clearance and pledged to give his personal thoughts on the conclusion to Donald Trump. The appointment came as the president contends with sinking approval ratings and struggles to advance his legislative agenda.

Trump's relationship with Russia has been a focus of the first six months of his presidency as investigations continue into whether his associates colluded with Russian hackers to influence the election on his behalf.

The role of the White House communications director has traditionally been to develop longer term strategies for winning public support for the president's policies and agenda, while the press secretary responds to news events in real time.

"I think Mooch just wants to be famous", conservative co-host Jedediah Bila added.

If the Republican-led Senate passes the measure, Trump will need to decide whether to sign the bill or veto it.

"We have not, and I continue to not, have conversations with the president of the United States regarding pardons", Sekulow said.

"And he will probably dial back some of those tweets", Mr Scaramucci added.

Scaramucci said on Sunday that "somebody" had told him recently that "if the Russians actually hacked this situation and spilled out those e-mails, you would never have seen it".

He then said he was quoting the president, adding that "he basically said to me, hey, you know, this is - maybe they did it".

US intelligence agencies have accused the Russian government of meddling through hacking in last year's election to benefit Trump and harm Clinton, and authorities are exploring potential coordination between Moscow and the Trump campaign.

Though he won some good reviews from reporters after fielding questions in the White House briefing room Friday, he took some heat on social media Sunday when he made an awkward joke on CNN asking Sanders for them to keep using the same "hair and makeup person" - which some viewers took as a comment on her appearance. "Full transparency: I'm deleting old tweets", he remarked. He added: "When I made the decision to take this job, my politics and my political ideas do not matter at all".

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