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Trump's attention seeking arrogant Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci's open profani

WARNING: This story contains graphic language.

Just when you thought Anthony Scaramucci's CNN interview on Thursday morning was outrageous and couldn't possibly be topped, the incoming White House communications director goes and outdoes himself in a colourful way!,

The New Yorker's Ryan Lizza published an article Thursday night detailing a phone conversation he had the previous evening with Scaramucci -- a call that came in the wake of Lizza reporting that the communications director was having dinner with President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania Trump, Fox News host Sean Hannity and former top Fox News executive Bill Shine.

According to Lizza the call, was bananas. Like b-a-n-a-n-a-s.

Read Scaramucci's colourful words:

"I sometimes use colorful language," Scaramucci tweeted in the wake of the story posting.

"I will refrain in this arena but not give up the passionate fight for @realDonaldTrump's agenda. #MAGA"

It is better you read the whole thing yourself. But here are the high/low-lights, ranked by how unbelievably bad they are for Scaramucci and the Trump White House.

12. "The lie detector starts..."

Lizza reports that Scaramucci broke off this thought without finishing it -- amid a broader rant about how leakers had broken the law.

11. "OK, the Mooch showed up a week ago. This is going to get cleaned up very shortly, OK."

Nothing truly damaging here but a) the fact that Scaramucci referred to himself in the third person and b) called himself "the Mooch" is truly amazing.

10. "Yeah, let me go, though, because I've gotta start tweeting some shit to make this guy crazy."

This was Scaramucci's sign-off with Lizza. As Lizza notes, Scaramucci then sent the tweet about leaking his financial disclosure -- a tweet in which he tagged Priebus. This quote then puts to lie Scaramucci's explanation that he tagged Priebus in the tweet to show it was a united front against the leakers.

9. "I've done nothing wrong on my financial disclosures, so they're going to have to go fuck themselves."

Not sure they're going to "have to" do that. I mean, it's certainly an option. But far from a necessity.

8. "Reince Priebus -- if you want to leak something -- he'll be asked to resign very shortly."

This would be a disastrous quote in any other circumstance. The new communications director telling a reporter that the chief of staff is going to resign! In this interview, it doesn't even come close to cracking the top five.

7. (tie) "What I'm going to do is, I will eliminate everyone in the comms team and we'll start over."

"I'm going to fire every one of them, and then you haven't protected anybody, so the entire place will be fired over the next two weeks."

"They'll all be fired by me. I fired one guy the other day. I have three to four people I'll fire tomorrow."