Another Week, Another White House Shakeup As Anthony Scaramucci Is Out

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The resignation comes after a controversy-laden week for Scaramucci that included a profanity-laced tirade against other members of President Donald Trump's White House staff.

"The president firmly felt that Anthony's comments were inappropriate for a person in that position", said White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

He was, however, blocked from a White House position by Trump's then chief of staff Reince Priebus and chief strategist Steve Bannon, both of whom were reportedly not fond of Scaramucci.

Photo President Trump met with the Cabinet at the White House on Monday.

"I read that comment, Jake, to mean that everybody has to report to the chief of staff", he said.

The president attempted to make things in the White House seem more functional than reported, and tweeted that there wasn't any "chaos".

On Monday morning, hours before he was axed, Scaramucci had a 15 percent approval rating just a week after the debut of his "The Scaramucci Show".

"Everyone must report to the chief of staff of the president of the United States", Christie said Monday. Ousting Scaramucci was one of his orders of business. In the meantime, we'll extend our best wishes to the cast and writers at Saturday Night Live, who never got a chance to give us the Scaramucci parody we so desperately wanted.

Now Trump, in an apparent attempt to do some damage control for the clear chaos going on around him, has taken to his favourite mode of communication to let the public know that everything's going swimmingly.

Scaramucci sent CNN the document. Andrea Ball gave birth to a baby boy on July 24.

In just over six months in office, Trump has shed his first national security adviser (Michael Flynn), communications director (Mike Dubke), press secretary (Sean Spicer), deputy chief of staff (Katie Walsh), deputy national security adviser (K.T. McFarland) and his chief of staff.