President Donald Trump on Monday dismissed Anthony Scaramucci as communications director just 10 days after the Wall Street investor got the post and promptly engaged in profanity-laden descriptions about the White House aides he would be working with. The new White House chief of staff, retired Marine General John Kelly, asked for his resignation.
Instead, it encapsulated the predicament in which Trump now finds himself: embroiled in disorder which he's often fueled himself and with the path to stability passing inescapably through more shakeups and turmoil.
Meyers called out Scaramucci - "114 pounds of Alfredo sauce, hair gel and rage" - for trashing Priebus (in the viral New Yorker phone call).
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.
After his 10 controversy-filled days in the White House, Mr Scaramucci said he is "now going to go dark". "I haven't even finished my Scaramucci tattoo". After failing to get something from the journalist, Anthony Scaramucci threatened to fire all communications staffers.
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Scaramucci had big ideas to produce more positive content from the White House so the communications team would spend a smaller portion of its resources responding to negative stories. "What the hell!" Noah said on "The Daily Show".
Harvard Law School has apologized for erroneously listing ousted White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci as dead in a new alumni directory.
Scaramucci sent CNN the document. Scaramucci was keenly aware of that particular liability. By the way, did you know that technically Scaramucci's job hadn't even started yet.
Jimmy Kimmel, meanwhile, joked he landed the first "exclusive interview" with Scaramucci after his firing which, of course, wasn't true.
"It's a private matter", Stone said.