Scaramucci Apologizes to Maddow For Saying She Should Take a ‘Suppository’ For ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome’
The Mooch is feeling the guilt.
Anthony Scaramucci has apologized for a comment he made Friday morning on Fox & Friends about MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow.
“[Y]ou can tell she has a little bit of that [President Donald] Trump Derangement Syndrome which I like,” Scaramucci said of Maddow. “I’m hoping one of these comedians will come up with an anti-anxiety medication for these liberals. Just take one tablet a day, maybe a suppository, and take it easy.”
Several hours after his appearance, the Mooch took to Twitter to offer an apology for the comment:
I apologize to @maddow: that was a lighthearted joke that could be blown out of proportion. She is extremely talented and while we may disagree on some stuff she has an important voice in our national discourse.
— Anthony Scaramucci (@Scaramucci) March 9, 2018
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