Former Trump Associate Anthony Scaramucci Seen At Liberal Fundraiser, Gives Major 2020 Prediction

Former Trump Administration White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci believes his old boss will lose in the upcoming 2020 presidential election.

Scaramucci cast the prediction during a brief interaction with the Washington Examiner reporter during a liberal fundraiser, which some outlets are mistakingly reporting as a fundraising event for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

The Washington Examiner reporter asked Scaramucci what he was doing at the event and asked if he had switched his political allegiance.

“I’m a registered Republican. I haven’t switched my support to Vice President Biden, but I will be working to find a nominee to challenge Donald Trump because he’s lost his mind and we’ve got to get someone here before we lose the election 2020,” Scaramucci told the Washington Examiner.

And, per the report:

Scaramucci, who spent just 11 days as the White House communication’s director, had supported the president as recently as Aug. 8 on CNBC when he praised the president’s handling of the trade war with China.

However, in the last week, Scaramucci has attacked the president and engaged in a back-and-forth on social media, with his former boss calling him “crazy” and “narcissistic.”

Trump slammed Scaramucci tweeting, “Nobody ever heard of this dope until he met me. He only lasted 11 days!”

Watch the interaction below:

Scaramucci tweeted on Sunday morning, as President Trump is at the G7 in France, that the president “has turned us into a laughingstock and disgrace.”

Pinned to the top of Scaramucci’s Twitter page is also a tweet which says he “made a mistake supporting President Trump.”

“But now I will do what it takes to help make things right,” he adds in the tweet.

In another tweet, Scaramucci predicted that Trump would drop from the race in March of next year.

The president recently gained a primary challenger, former Republican Congressman Joe Walsh, who Scaramuci supported in a tweet.

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