Scaramucci Assisting the Lincoln Project With Fundraising, Hopes Trump Is ‘Humiliated’ in November

Former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci is joining the Lincoln Project, a Republican-aligned group, in its efforts to remove President Donald Trump from office in November.

Scaramucci told Bloomberg News he is assisting the group with fundraising and is adamant Trump needs to be defeated in this year’s election.

“He has a chance here to really get humiliated, which I hope he will. The economy’s in shambles as a direct result of his decision making and the politicization of a health care crisis,” Scaramucci said.

He added, “And so for all those reasons, he’s obviously incompetent and so we’ve got to seek his removal.”

Scaramucci said while some Republicans are considered “Never Trumpers,” he views himself as a “Had Enough of Trumper.”

According to Scaramucci, a Biden victory “will be the end of Trumpism. It’s a personality cult.”

This is not the first time Scaramucci has criticized the president.

In January, Scaramucci questioned Trump’s mental health after he stumbled over his words at a rally, as IJR previously reported.

Trump has attacked 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s mental status, as IJR previously reported.

He called on Biden to take a cognitive test and “give it a try.”

Biden continues to gain momentum garnering endorsements and support.

According to The New York Times/Siena College survey, Biden is receiving more support in battleground states where his campaign previously lagged.

Trump has received harsh criticism from Biden over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

Biden recognized Trump’s recent efforts to wear a mask in public, but suggested he needs to do more than just that.

Biden said he is glad Trump “made the shift” but believes it is still “not enough.”

In a speech in Delaware, Biden reiterated his criticism of Trump and argued he “has surrendered” and “waved the white flag and left the battlefield.”

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  2. Delbert: this is what we get when we elect people who only are there for their OWN interests, for what they can get for themselves.

    They were never there for the people. Perish that thought. If any of them ever were there for good, honorable, selfless reasons, they got corrupted a long, LONG time ago.

    We MUST elect better politicians.

  3. I’m 69 years old and I’ve never seen a candidate (other than Lyndon LaRouche) so spectacularly unfit. He barely qualifies as a human being. It surprises me that the party came together behind him, and stayed behind him, so long. I’m surprised there haven’t been more deserters, and that it took so long.

  4. While the Lincoln Project may be filled with a bunch of unsavoury, um, characters, they sure know how to hit someone on the way out.

  5. I am 68 yrs old and can NOT recall another election where THREE groups of Republicans were running negative ads against the Republican nominee. Biden and the DSCC do not need to run negative ads since R’s have that covered.

    1. I wish that you would stop calling them Republicans. I haven’t seen a real Republican in DC for a few years, now. Even you admitted to the same thing talking about Amash.

      Call them what they are: the American Fascist Party.

      1. I usually call them Trumpers or the party of Trump. BUT in the post, I am referring to the Lincoln Project cofounded by Rick Wilson, George Conway and Steve Schmidt
        Republican Voters, lead by Bill Kristol
        Right Side, lead by Anthony Scarmucci
        Members and supporters of all 3 groups do NOT consider themselves Trumpers. LOL, if you read their Twitter accounts, they are even more anti-Trump than you and I are.

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