Anthony Scaramucci, the White House advisor who lasted just 10 days before he was fired, has launched a Twitter war with E Street Band guitarist Nils Lofgren and now Nils is trending.
Scaramucci appeared oblivious to Nils legendary status and legacy with both Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band and Neil Young & Crazy Horse.
It all began after Scaramucci appeared on MSNBC and said about outgoing Press Secretary Sarah Sanders (who was notorious for her dissemination of misinformation), “She did speak what she thought was the truth at the time she was saying certain things.”
In response, Nils tweeted “This ass wipe is still trying to get a gig in the #WhiteHouse . @MSNBC why? Don’t sully yourself with this nit wit.”
That set Scaramucci off who retorted, “Second Fiddle . . . Must be tough!”
Second Fiddle . . . Must be tough! https://t.co/rZE6DM5kJ8
— Anthony Scaramucci (@Scaramucci) June 15, 2019
And then it began…
Nils: “Second fiddle to no one. We are peers . On the other hand you lost your job with @realDonaldTrump.”
Scaramucci: “If you were a First Fiddle you would have never launched an attack me and you would never have to tweet that You are probably a second fiddle with a 9th Fiddle’s self esteem. Must be tough. . .”
Nils: “I’m not the one still trying to get a job on a sinking ship. And that word scramble on #huckabee was something to behold. @MSNBC really must have been scraping the bottom of the barrel. Self esteem, right now about 100. Thanks mooch”
Scaramucci: “10th Fiddle intellect . . .”
Nils: “Thank you.”
Scaramucci: “No one knows who he is. . . A complete joke. I am happy for you that I was able to raise your profile for a few moments after you attacked me. Go back to being a nobody now.”
At this point Nils sees the marketing opportunity for his new album Blue With Lou.
Nils: “I’m going to take this moment while I’m trending on @twitter to say I released a new album call #bluewithlou . I’m very pleased with it. And I thank you @Scaramucci #SilverLining”
Scaramucci: “Congratulations Nils. I wish you well. You probably don’t believe this but I will go out and purchase the tracks. Send me the link so I can retweet. Be nice. There is no need to go off on a stranger. @twitter is a place where humanity goes to die.”
While you are now aware of Nils Lofren’s new music check out the video for ‘Pretty Soon’.