‘Those are public records, my dude’: Internet howls after Scaramucci accuses Priebus of leaking his disclosure forms
Anthony Scaramucci and and Reince Priebus (Composite / RawStory)

In baffling tweet on Wednesday night, White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci appeared to accuse Chief of Staff Reince Priebus of leaking his financial disclosure form.


The tweet came after a Politico report revealed Scaramucci will still benefit from his hedge fund, SkyBridge Capital, while at the White House. Along with his accusation, Scaramucci vowed to have the FBI and DOJ (two entities his principal, Donald Trump, has repeatedly berated) investigate what he described as a "felonious" leak. Scaramucci tagged @Reince45 in the post, which generated ample confusion until the New Yorker’s Ryan Lizza clarified that the communications director did indeed mean he wants the FBI and DOJ to investigate Priebus over the matter.

The Department of Justice even chimed in, insisting it will look in to Scaramucci's request:

Financial disclosure forms are public documents, and are eventually made available online via the White House website. The absurdity did not go unnoticed by the Internet:

And, of course, some people were just over it: