Scaramucci tells MSNBC's Kasie Hunt his advice for Trump on respecting the press

Kasie Hunt and Anthony Scaramucci.
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President Trump is receiving advice on decorum from a rather unexpected source.

Anthony Scaramucci, Trump's former communications director who lost his job after an expletive-filled rant against his coworkers was made public by The New Yorker, suggested to the president Sunday that perhaps he should lay off his attacks on the press. Trump's war on the media is "not good for America," Scaramucci said, calling on Trump to respect the First Amendment.

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