White House Communications Director: Apologize for Sexist Comment

Target: Anthony Scaramucci, White House Communications Director

Goal: Apologize for inappropriate comment about Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ appearance.

Within a week of taking the job, new White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci has made a sexist comment about Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary.

In an interview with Jake Tapper on CNN, Scaramucci discussed Sanders’ role as press secretary, but also referenced her hair and makeup at a recent briefing. “For Sarah Huckabee,” he said, “I want to do everything I can to make her better at that podium… The only thing I ask Sarah—Sarah, if you’re watching, I loved the hair and makeup person we had on Friday, so I’d like to continue to use the hair and makeup person.”

Though Scaramucci later claimed he was talking about his own hair and makeup, the meaning of his remark was perfectly clear, incredibly sexist and inappropriate. Add your name to the petition below to demand that Scaramucci apologize for his comment.


Dear Mr. Scaramucci,

In a recent television appearance, you decided it was appropriate to state your preferences regarding White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ hair and makeup. Though you later claimed you were referencing your own apperance, Sanders’ hair and makeup was different during the briefing you were referring to.

Not only is your opinion on this matter of absolutely no significance, but it was a wildly insulting and inappropriate decision to comment on Sander’s physical appearance when you were discussing her in a professional capacity. I demand that you acknowledge your mistake and apologize for this sexist remark.


[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Jdarsie11

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  1. Allen Olson Allen Olson says:

    What read is that he wanted the hair and makeup people for himself.


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