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Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci joined Harris Faulkner on "Outnumbered Overtime" to react to President Trump meeting with top Democrats and Republicans to discuss a potential immigration deal on border security and DACA.

Trump called on lawmakers to come up with a "bill of love" to keep hundreds of thousands of so-called "Dreamers" from having to leave the country but also to deliver on his promise of a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Scaramucci said it was smart to allow cameras in the room because it allowed the public to see Trump as an efficient, open-minded deal-maker who's willing to reach across the aisle.

"He's showing the American people the kind of leader he is," Scaramucci said. "He wants to break the fever of that great extremis and great polarity in Washington, and he wants to do what the American people actually hired/elected him to do, which is to reach a consensus, pull people together."

He said that Trump is faster-moving and faster-thinking than the average politician, and he hopes that Republican and Democratic lawmakers will follow his lead and come together on an immigration deal that benefits everyone.

"When people talk about his aptitude and his skill set and his capabilities, I've seen it first-hand. And I'm very happy they're allowing the American people to see him in a room like that, so that they can see it first-hand as well," Scaramucci said.

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