The new White House Communications Director is taking a hard-line approach to the flood of leaks out of the White House.
Incoming White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci said on CBS on Sunday that if leaks out of the White House continued under his watch, he would fire everyone in the communications office.
“[Leakers are] going to get fired,” Scaramucci told “Face the Nation’s” John Dickerson. “If they want to stay on the staff, they’re going to stop leaking.”
“Why don’t you guys all get together and make a decision as a team that you’re going to stop leaking?” Scaramucci said of the communications office.
“If you’re going to keep leaking, I’m going to fire everybody,” he concluded.
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