Scaramucci's gone -- after ten days. Lucia Graves writes, "Who would want his job?" Consider what he was willing to give up to get it:
His wife reportedly left him for being so “hell-bent” on the White House, relentlessly – and opportunistically – courting Trump after his presidential rise. In January he sold his $11m stake in SkyBridge Capital in anticipation of a White House job.
Whether the details of the divorce report are true, what’s clear is he was willing to sacrifice everything: family, finance, reputation. It’s the same win-at-all-costs drive we’ve seen displayed repeatedly in Trump.
Now, even Harvard Law's alumni directory has him marked as deceased. All in all, it wasn't a good week for Scaramucci. But consider the man he went to work for -- and where he chose to go to work. Trump will sacrifice anyone at anytime to avoid responsibility for his own mistakes.
Today, the Washington Post is reporting that Trump personally helped craft Don Jr.'s account of his meeting with Russian operatives. More Trump hires will walk the plank -- until there is no one left to sacrifice.
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