Entrepreneur Anthony Scaramucci recently sold his company Skybridge Capital after Donald Trump won the presidential election. He sat down and spoke with author and columnist Michael Wolff for TheStreet's first "Wall Street Goes To Washington Event."
The event came on the heels of the Trump administration's failure to quickly repeal and replace Obamacare. TheStreet's James Langford was tweeting when Scaramucci signaled how the White House might try a new strategy.
For those who think gridlock might rule, TheStreet's media reporter Leon Lazaraoff tweeted out Scaramucci's response to those focusing on Washington's ills.
Goldman Sachs alumni have filled several key positions in the Trump White House. But if you are looking for different shades amongst the former Goldman team, TheStreet's politics reporter Emily Stewart's tweet broke down Scaramucci's take.
Wolff calls Bannon 'renegade Goldman,' Scaramucci 'old-world Goldman' ... debate I never thought I'd hear. #WallStreetToWashington— Emily Stewart (@EmilyStewartM) March 27, 2017
Scaramucci shared some words of wisdom, that were tweeted by TheStreet's Valerie Young.
One of the most controversial moments of the evening came when Scaramucci defended the Trump administration's plans to roll back the fiduciary rule.