You all probably heard that Sean Spicer is out of the Trump administration, but Anthony Scaramucci is in.
According to this article, Scaramucci has had a history on Wall Street.
Anthony Scaramucci, the Trump administration's new communications director, finally made the leap from Wall Street to the White House. Selling his hedge-fund firm to a Chinese company will take longer.
The sale of to conglomerate HNA Group Co. has been delayed by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, according to two people familiar with the situation. HNA has drawn regulators' scrutiny as well because of its global dealmaking, leverage and opaque ownership structure. RON Transatlantic, which invests in energy, telecommunications and finance companies, is also increasing its stake in SkyBridge.
Is this a possible conflict of interest?
The New York financier's appointment was a long-held goal, and adds another Wall Street denizen to an administration that has leaned heavily onGroup Inc. for personnel. Scaramucci once worked for the bank.
It seems like in Trump's administration, he picks quite a few of his staff who had experience in finance or Wall Street.
Do you think that the best way to enter politics is through finance?
Do you think that Scaramucci is going to cause a headache for the Trump administration?
Do you think Scaramucci will be featured in SNL?