The wealthy NY financier joined the White House just 10 days ago and prompted the resignation of press secretary Sean Spicer and the ousting of chief of staff Reince Priebus. He also couldn't help but reference the scandalous link that ties the two together: Scaramucci's New Yorker conversation, in which he called Priebus "a paranoid schizophrenic".
That last move ultimately backfired on the Mooch, however. His obscene interview with The New Yorker that went viral last week - where he flung some extremely explicit insults toward Chief Strategist Steve Bannon and former Chief of Staff Reince Priebus - might have contributed to the decision.
"Regrettably, there is an error in the Harvard Law School alumni directory in the listing for Anthony Scaramucci", a spokeswoman tells the Washington Post, which was the first publication to snarkily report the mistake.
"Mama, I just got canned".
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And even though Trump tweeted Monday morning that there was "no WH chaos!", Scaramucci was axed just six hours later.
"I'm also a gay rights activist", Scaramucci said.
A self-proclaimed "gay rights activist", Scaramucci in November predicted Trump would support LGBT rights as president and said he gave money to LGBT groups. "Scaramucci's official start date was supposed to be August 15", Fallon noted. "At this point, getting fired is part of orientation". He used him as a scape goat - fired like a dog! "We're setting so many records!'"
Scaramucci's personal life of late has been as colourful as his language.
"Trump was like, 'You don't text your wife after she has your baby".