Trump adviser Anthony Scaramucci told Fox News on Friday that President-elect Donald Trump will continue to call out “falsehoods” in the news and “go directly to the American people, just above the top of the mainstream media.”
The former financier Scaramucci said to “The O’reilly Factor” on BuzzFeed “unconfirmed, never actually dossier with salacious allegations about the President checked” was released earlier this week.
“You know, I think some of these news organizations have a hard time eyeballs,” Scaramucci Fox News’ Eric Bolling said. “So, what do you say to get nonsense, a certain amount of attention.”
The financiers and hedge-Fund founder, said, to decide that it is up to the President-elect, whether BuzzFeed will be held accountable for the “unfounded accusations” and his relationship with the news organization’s editor-in-chief, Ben Smith, was favorable.
“There is a level of dishonesty about the BuzzFeed-process,” Scaramucci says. “You seem to think you are more important than the facts and the objective standards of journalism.”
Scaramucci said it was important for the coming government, his message “add directly” to the people in a way that the Americans, Trump’s new title of”tweeter-in-Chief.”
“One thing I love about the President-elect is that he knows how to unbundle things and explain things to the common person,” he added.