“I was probably running too hard,” the Mooch said about his short lived tenure as White House communications director.
Anthony Scaramucci, aka The Mooch, compared his brief tenure in the Trump administration to the character Mr. Wolf from Quentin Tarantino’s “Pulp Fiction,” during an interview on ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday.
ABC’s George Stephanopoulos asked Scaramucci about Roger Stone’s comparison of Scaramucci’s tenure at the White House to that of a suicide bomber.
“Yeah, I heard that,” Scaramucci admitted. “Listen, you know, I saw it as more Mr. Wolf from ‘Pulp Fiction.'”
Mr. Wolf is a minor character in Tarantino’s ’90s classic who helps John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson characters dispose of a dead body in the movie.
“I really did get a directive from the president I had a mutual understating with him,” Scaramucci concluded. “I was probably running too hard and acting more like a corporate CEO than I was say a political operative. That is my mistake. I have to own that.”
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