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Scaramucci's Arrival May Signal More White House Changes

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By    |   Tuesday, 25 Jul 2017 11:32 AM

Anthony Scaramucci's arrival as the new White House communications director could signal more personnel changes in the West Wing, according to a new report.

The Washington Examiner reports that several staffers could flee the White House in the wake of President Donald Trump's decision to bring on Scaramucci.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer resigned from his position in protest to Scaramucci's hiring, prompting the promotion of Sarah Huckabee Sanders to fill his role.

Multiple aides on the White House press team are expected to resign from their jobs in the next several weeks, the Examiner reports. Many of them are former employees at the Republican National Committee, where Spicer and White House chief of staff Reince Priebus worked before joining Trump's team.

Priebus reportedly did not agree with Scaramucci's hiring either, saying the financier lacked the experience to serve in a communications role. Priebus' future at the White House is not entirely clear, with some reports saying he could be on his way out.

Politico even reported that Scaramucci could replace Priebus as chief of staff at some point.

Scaramucci, who officially starts his new job in mid-August, said over the weekend he will defend Trump "very, very aggressively."

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