“You’re from Great Britain, so you have a bit of a different communication style. I grew up in a small town on the border of Queens, we have a bit of a different communication style.
One of the things I can’t stand about this town is backstabbing. Where I grew up, we used to be FRONTSTABBERS – we ued to tell each other directly.
I live in Washington, do you live in Washington? (The BBC journalist: NO.) Okay, so you’re lucky, because here, people say one thing to your face and another behind your back, so I don’t know when this bill is going to be passed.’
LOVE THE GUY!!! one one one! (Krysia)”
Source: Today’s BBC interview with Anthony Scaramucci,