No, Ed, LITD is plenty creeped out, too.
Yesterday's gushfest at the White House was a sight to behold:
Some highlights from yesterday’s love session:“The presidents a winner, OK? And what we’re going to do is a lot of winning.”“I love the mission that the president has.”
“I love the president, I obviously love the country.”
“The President has very good karma, and the world eventually turns back to him.”
“He’s genuinely a wonderful human being.”
“I love the president. I’m very, very loyal to the president.”
“I love these guys. I respect these guys.”
“I love the president.”
“I’ll tell you what I find when I travel around the country, people love him.”
“The president is phenomenal with the press.”
“The president himself is always going to be the president.”
“I think he’s got some of the best political instincts in the world, and perhaps in history.”
“He’s done a phenomenal job for the American people.”
And the best zinger of the day…
“He’s the most competitive person I’ve ever met, OK? I’ve seen this guy throw a dead spiral through a tire. I’ve seen him at Madison Square Garden with a topcoat on. He’s standing in the key and he’s hitting foul shots and swishing them, ok? He sinks three foot putts.”A somewhat different tone from that he was taking a few months ago:
President Trump is “going to be the president of the Queens County Bullies Association.”
“I don’t like the way he talks about women.”
“The politicians don’t wanna go at trump because he’s got a big mouth and they’re afraid he’s gonna light them up on FoxNews.”
“You’re an inherited-money dude from Queens County. Bring it on, Don. You’re an inherited-money dude from Queens County.”
“This is right out of Elizabeth Warren’s playbook. Are you a Democratic plant for Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren? Stand here and prove otherwise.”
“He’s a class-divider.”
There's also his track record of donating to Democrat campaigns. Oh, wait, that's actually something he has in common with his boss.
Naturally, Scaramucci gave his first interview to Breitbart, talking about a string of desired "wins" that Steve Bannon has written on a wall.
And the business about how he hopes Sean Spicer "goes out and makes a lot of money."
These people are as hollow as jack-o'-lanterns.