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Kellyanne Conway expressed high hopes that new White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci will "force the message" of the administration past the distractions.

Scaramucci will "force the message through so that people stop talking about the nonsense, the garbage that doesn't create a single job" the counselor to the president said on "Justice with Judge Jeanine" Saturday.

President Trump appointed Scaramucci last week amid rumours that some top White House officials were against accepting him into the West Wing. Former Communications Director Sean Spicer stepped down despite the president's hope he would stay in the role.

Conway complimented Sean Spicer's "undervalued talent" of a "great communications mind" and said he left on good terms.

"We're going to go out there and play offense," Conway continued.

The new communications director is a "very generous, humble person" and a "true American success story," she said.

"You just want to put the people in place who can help the leader be who he is," Conway concluded.

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