He said that if he was still working in the White House, he would not have recommended Trump make the statement he did. If he does that, he'll have a successful legislative agenda that he can execute.
Scaramucci said he will "of course" be able to "live down" his ouster from the Trump administration, noting that he was once fired from Goldman Sachs.
Scaramucci wasn't the only figure in Trump's orbit attempting to put distance between the president and the highly controversial adviser.
"I think the president knows what he's going to do with Steve Bannon".
SCARAMUCCI: Well, I think the president knows what he's going to do with Steve Bannon.
Like many others, Scaramucci told host George Stephanopoulos that he disagreed with Trump's weak and weird statement on the outbreak of white supremacist violence over the weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia.
"You also got this sort of "Bannonbart" influence in there, which I think is a snag on the president", he stated.
Scaramucci spoke to ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos on ABC News' "This Week" today in his first television interview since his whirlwind 11-day stint in the White House.
"I believe that everyone who works in the White House, who has the privilege, the great privilege every day of serving their nation, should be motivated by that goal", McMaster said. The former CEO of Breitbart News, Bannon is often credited with fanning Trump's pugilistic impulses, and boasted about his role in legitmising the alt-right.
Studies have revealed the President's path to victory previous year was paved in the most part by four groups, including free marketeers, anti-elites, American preservationists, and staunch conservatives.
Scaramucci has been a vocal critic of Bannon and offered a cryptic response when asked if Bannon should go.
In the interview Mr Scaramucci also criticised his former boss' handling of violent protests involving white supremacists in Charlottesville in Virginia.
But I think its important for the people around him, George, to give him direct advice. The Washington Post reported that the move was at the request of new White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly. "I want to be totally accountable for what I did, and obviously I paid the consequences of having that sort of conversation with him".
ABC's Klein again attempted to link Steve Bannon with white nationalism, despite Breitbart News' internal, effortless diversity.