Anthony Scaramucci predicts Trump will be forced out of office by March and is launching PAC to defeat president in 2020
While the "Mooch" had earlier predicted Republican leaders on Capitol Hill would make sure the president leaves office by the end of the year, he's now updated his prediction. “Unfortunately, I got that part of it wrong,” Scaramucci said. “I was counting on levels of valor and patriotism"
Republican lawmakers will pressure President Donald J. Trump to leave office by March 2020, according to former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci. “When you talk to elected Republicans privately they can’t stand the president. They know the president is a lawless person and basically a criminal,” he recently told Yahoo Finance.
While the "Mooch" had earlier predicted Republican leaders on Capitol Hill would make sure the president leaves office by the end of this year, he has now updated his prediction. “Unfortunately, I got that part of it wrong,” Scaramucci said. “I was counting on levels of valor and patriotism from my fellow Republicans and we didn’t get that yet.”
Scaramucci was part of Trump's finance committee in 2016 and joined his administration as communications director for a brief 11-day run before he was fired. According to him, the president's approval rating will plummet sharply as the impeachment inquiry uncovers more scandals within the White House.
He said Republicans can no longer ignore new polls which suggest 49 percent of Americans want the president removed from office. “I predict that’s now going to have to go to 60 and when it’s 60, Republicans are going to have to cut and run," he said.
Scaramucci is now working to create a political action committee (PAC) to raise funds to defeat Trump from office if he does not resign from the position before the 2020 presidential election.
“I am in the process of raising the assets and I will make an announcement in early January the number of assets we’ve raised and where we are going to target the thing,” he said. The PAC, he said, will focus on converting suburban voters in 11 swing states including Ohio, Michigan and Florida, with an objective “to explain what the president is doing actually to their children."
“You can’t have somebody that is lawless at the top of the food chain, who is supposed to be the number one law enforcement official in the United States," he added.