He's "an intentional liar" who uses "a methodology of mistruth" with the aim of unsettling the mainstream media and the political left.
"Certainly the media has a role to play in this process", she said.
President Jeff Zucker railed against President Trump and White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders for "continued attacks on the media" Wednesday - after a pipe bomb was sent to the news outlet's Manhattan headquarters.
Sanders did not take long to respond to the criticism from Zucker.
Co-host Ainsley Earhardt then brought up the shooting of Republicans at a softball game just over a year ago in a politically motivated attack by a man who hated Trump and the GOP, as well as the incidents of enraged citizens confronting administration officials with their families in restaurants.
"I think it is absolutely disgraceful that one of the first public statements we heard from CNN yesterday put the blame and responsibility of this despicable act on this president and on me personally", Sanders said on Fox News. Because the investigation is continuing, authorities could not confirm whether the packages contained functioning explosives, but they said the devices were being transported to an FBI facility in Virginia for examination.
Former Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, former Vice President Joe Biden, 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, former Attorney General Eric Holder, former CIA Director John Brennan, and other prominent Democrats reportedly were sent suspicious packages.
U.S. Capitol Police also were investigating a suspicious package addressed to Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., at the Capitol Hill mail screening facility.
During the CNN interview, Scaramucci was asked if he considers Trump a liar.
"But if we are honest with ourselves, people of good faith should ... seriously say it is the president who is creating this caustic environment in America in 2018".
With two more bombs being found this morning, the country looked to the White House for a response.