President Trump’s new White House communications director, Wall Street financier Anthony Scaramucci, is seen as a polished, smooth-talking replacement for Sean Spicer, whose brief stint was defined by verbal mishaps and outright gaffes.
Hair And Makeup Team Resign White House
One of Scaramucci’s first appearances on television as White House press secretary was marked by a sexist remark he made about Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the Trump administration’s newly appointed press secretary.
It’s clear to me that Sarah is doing an excellent job. She exudes warmth and kindness in spades. For me, she’s the real deal,” When Scaramucci revealed Sanders as Spicer’s replacement during his White House briefing debut on Friday, he made a reference to the moment:
Please, if you see me, Sarah, come over here. I’d want to continue using the hair and makeup artist that we had on Friday,” I said.
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Whether Scaramucci was referring to the person who does Sanders’ hair and makeup particularly or the artist who may have done both of them up for their on-camera appearances was unclear when he made the comment.
This appears to be in line with the president’s own preoccupation with the appearance of his team, as evidenced by Scaramucci’s remarks. Spicer’s early preference for lighter-colored suits was allegedly a point of contention for the president, who chastised him for it. Before Scaramucci’s appointment Friday, Spicer made noticeable changes to his clothing.
Also in February, Axios claimed that Trump wants “to dress like women” when it comes to his female employees. Women in spacesuits, military outfits, and judges’ robes were soon meme-ified in response to that imprecise command.
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