The Mooch barely lasted a week in Trump’s White House.
Incoming White House communications director and noted Wall Street 2 star Anthony “The Mooch” Scaramucci has been fired technically before he even started in the role.
Scaramucci was tapped as the new White House communications director just 10 days ago, which prompted White House press secretary Sean Spicer to resign.
On Monday, the White House released a statement announcing that Scaramucci was leaving and wished him “all the best.” The New York Times reported Donald Trump had removed the former Wall Street executive from his new role. Apparently the decision came from the brand new chief of staff John Kelly.
His removal also comes after an unhinged interview with New Yorker reporter Ryan Lizza came out Thursday. Some gems from that conversation included: Im not Steve Bannon, Im not trying to suck my own cock” and “The swamp will not defeat him, with Scaramucci referring to himself.
Scaramucci’s start date was officially Aug. 15, per the White House announcement about his appointment on July 21.
This is one of many switch-ups in recent weeks. Chief of staff Reince Priebus just resigned on Friday.
Looks like the swamp most definitely did defeat him.