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Anthony Scaramucci says White House 'plotters' are working to oust Donald Trump

The Age Sunday, 13 August 2017 ()
Anthony Scaramucci says plotters inside the White House are looking to oust Donald Trump.
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On Wednesday, Donald Trump's administration selected longtime aide Hope Hicks to be the White House's Interim Communications Director. She succeeds former director Anthony Scaramucci, who only lasted 10 days before being let go. The 28-year-old Hicks, who worked for the Trump Organization before the...

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