After Trump Divorce, Is Anthony Scaramucci Now an Out-of-the-Closet Nikki Haley Supporter

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Page Six reports that former Trump administration UN Ambassador Nikki Haley may have recruited Anthony Scaramucci to “the resistance.” That would be the Republican arm of”the resistance’, not the Democratic wing.

Trump’s controversial, short-lived comms chief Scaramucci officially divorced himself from his former buddy Donald Trump this weekend. The Mooch compared the US president to a nuclear reactor on the verge of melting down and suggested strongly that the GOP should run a candidate against him in 2020.

“To those asking, ‘what took so long?’ You’re right. I tried to see best in [Trump] based on private interactions and select policy alignment. But his increasingly divisive rhetoric — and damage it’s doing to [the] fabric of our society — outweighs any short-term economic gain.”

The reliable — even if it is owned by Rupert Murdoch — New York Post writes on Page Six that Scaramucci dined recently with Nikki Haley at the famed Harlem eatery Rao’s. The former governor of South Carolina, Haley has been deft in disassociating herself from Trump, while keeping her volume at low level. After Trump launched his despicable tirade against Baltimore Congressman Elijah Cummings two weeks ago, Haley tweeted: “This is so unnecessary.”

Haley seemingly has presidential ambitions of her own, although all bets are on 2024; Stay tuned.

Billy Bush Reaffirms Trump's Voice On 'Hollywood Access' Tape, Says He's a Better Man

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America's delusion president Donald Trump laughably tried to deny that he’d actually boasted about grabbing women by the genitals in the now infamous 'Access Hollywood' tape. Forget that Trump apologized for his misogynistic, bad boy behavior on national TV for the incident. The increasingly erratic and paranoid Trump seems to think 2017 is a new year and he can rewrite the script on what he now calls #fakenews. Trump's comments about a conspiracy have resurfaced in the light of Trump's support for Roy Moore.

In an op-ed in the New York Times posted on Sunday evening, Billy Bush clarified the incident, writing: 

Of course he said it. And we laughed along, without a single doubt that this was hypothetical hot air from America’s highest-rated bloviator. Along with Donald Trump and me, there were seven other guys present on the bus at the time, and every single one of us assumed we were listening to a crass standup act. He was performing. Surely, we thought, none of this was real.

We now know better.

Bush, another 'Today' show cohost, who like Lauer is now canned over his bad boy behavior, also revisits the other women's stories in the Trump bad-boy election saga.  The former 'Today' star will visit Stephen Colbert tonight (Monday) on 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert', in his first late-night appearance since his own firing. Bush previously had an early morning interview with Robin Roberts on 'Good Morning America'. 

In September Billy Bush announced that he and wife Sydney Davis were separating after nearly 20 years of marriage.

In related marital events connected to Trumplandia, Nancy O'Dell and husband Keith Zubchevish have followed through with their divorce, after a year-long separation. O'Dell was the woman referenced in Trump's "grab em" video.  

And Anthony Scaramucci and his wife Deidre are back together and living under the same roof. Deidre Ball had filed for divorce this summer over her husband's ambitions with the Trump administration and rumblings of infidelity. Ball made the decision prior to giving birth to a son in late July. 

Trumplandia: Anthony Scaramucci Out As Communications Director At Kelly's Insistance

Hours after Trump's new chief of staff Gen. John F. Kelly officially assumed his position, bad boy Anthony Scaramucci is out. After savaging the West Wing in his New Yorker interview -- see meme quotes --  Kelly insisted that Scaramucci must leave his role as communications director at once. 

It's not clear whether Scaramucci will remain employed by the administration or will leave entirely. With his personal life in chaos, a wife suing him for divorce and a baby boy one week old, Anthony Scaramucci's forward motion remains unclear at this moment.