The new White House Communication Director has found himself back in the headlines once again. This time Anthony Scaramucci didn't hold back his thoughts about some of the top members of the Donald Trump administration.

Scaramucci slams

It's been just a week since Anthony Scaramucci was named as the White House Director of Communications. The decision by Donald Trump sent instant shock-waves through Washington, starting with Sean Spicer finally stepping down and resigning as White House Press Secretary. Since that time, Scaramucci has been in the spotlight due to his controversial rhetoric, which includes accusing Chief of Staff Reince Preibus of leaking information from the White House to the media.

Following the lead of the former host of "The Apprentice," the new communications director is not holding back his opinions about what is going on in Washington, including taking hard shots at some of the top members of the administration. As reported by the New Yorker on July 27, Scaramucci was quick to let loose.

During a phone conversation with Ryan Lizza of the New Yorker on Thursday, Anthony Scaramucci blasted both Chief Strategist Steve Bannon and Chief of Staff Reince Preibus. "I’ll get to the person who leaked that to you," Scaramucci said of previous information that made its way to the press, before turning his attention to Reince Priebus.

"Reince is a fu**ing paranoid schizophrenic, a paranoiac," he continued.

At this point, Anthony Scaramucci then went on to mock the Chief of Staff. "Let me leak the f**ing thing and see if I can c*ck-block these people the way I c*ck-blocked Scaramucci for six months,'" he said. The bad blood between both sides is more apparent now than ever before, as the private dirty laundry is being hung out to dry for the entire United States to see in public.

Scaramucci on Bannon

After metaphorically leaving Reince Preibus in a pool of his own blood, Anthony Scaramucci went after Steve Bannon. "I'm not Steve Bannon, Scaramucci went on to say, before claiming he wasn't trying to "suck my own c*ck." "I'm not trying to build my brand off the fu**ing strength of the President," he continued, while stating he was in the position to serve his country and nothing more.

Next up

Both Reince Priebus and Steve Bannon have reportedly been on the hot seat for some time as there have been various stories linking the two individuals to major dissension in the administration. With Donald Trump's approval rating hovering around just 35 percent in the latest round of polling, it's unknown what move will be made next. As of press time, the White House has not commented on the story.