Scaramucci listed as dead on Harvard Law directory by mistake

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Agosto 2, 2017

On The Late Show, Stephen Colbert paid a musical tribute to the Mooch's 10-day occupancy in the White House, inspired by the similarities between his last name and Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" lyric, "Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the Fandango?"

Kelly wanted Scaramucci gone, according to a White House source, because he wanted more structure and "less of Game of Thrones", Colbert said.

He's talking about the departure of former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci. "They can change 'Congratulations!' to 'Congratulater!'" "Credit where credit is due: by immediately firing Scaramucci, General Kelly has shown that unlike many people in the Trump administration, he is at least capable of the obvious". (We know what you're thinking: it hasn't aged well in the sexism stakes).

In his faux-sad opening monologue for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the comedian talked about the rise and fall of his newest favorite and shortest lived member of Trump's White House.

It is unclear both what Scaramucci's next move will be and who will replace him. Noah said. "I haven't even finished my Scaramucci tattoo!"

Resignations and firings seem to be a daily occurrence at The White House, and the President's Twitter has been home to some very public sackings.

Fallon also mentioned the news last week that Scaramucci missed the birth of his son last week, when he was in West Virginia with Trump.

A lawyer representing Scaramucci's wife told the New York Times Sunday the reports about the text message were false.

Following the phone call, Kimmel looked at his audience and simply asked, "How did we lose The Mooch already?!"

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