Harvard sorry directory erroneously said Anthony Scaramucci was dead

Lawrence Kim
August 2, 2017

Spicer, of course, resigned as the White House press secretary on the day of Scaramucci's hiring. "His going away party can serve what's left of his welcome cake".

As for why newly appointed White House Chief of Staff John Kelly let Scaramucci go, a source told White House reporter Jackie Alemany that the retired Marine Corps general wanted "more structure, less of Game of Thrones. They can change 'Congratulations!' to 'Congratulater!'" Given the ridiculous jokes he had for the show - "Anthony Scaranucci, we hardly knew-chi" - you'll probably be missing him too.

"As hard as this been on Scaramucci, it's been hard on me". Now it just says Scar!. "Scaramucci's official start date was supposed to be August 15", Fallon noted. Noah said. "It's like Donald Trump is a tornado and the White House keeps hiring new maids" to clean up the mess, he said.

Though he was not the first Trump communications director to be fired and likely won't be the last, Scaramucci's departure from the White House may be the most dramatic compared to the four others who have held the position since Trump took office in January.

On "Late Night With Seth Meyers", the host noted that Scaramucci's tenure was as long as his last name.

It is unclear both what Scaramucci's next move will be and who will replace him.

The comedian noted a tweet Trump posted back in February 2016: "Wow Ted Cruz disloyal to his very capable director of communication".

"It's only a matter of time before Trump replaces Ivanka with Tiffany", Kimmel joked before a fake Scaramucci called into the show to explain - rather profanely - why he was sacked.

Noah also pointed out that technically Scaramucci's official start date as communications director wasn't even until August 15.

And, "Since the story was published, we've seen a 92 percent increase in the July daily average of new subs". "We're setting so many records!'"

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