Anthony Scaramucci appeared on the Late Show on Monday, giving host Stephen Colbert the opportunity to grill the departed White House communications director on Oval Office backstabbing. Asked if he thought Chief Strategist Steve Bannon ought to be fired, Scaramucci said, unequivocally, “If it was up to me, he’d be gone.” And the Bannon hate didn’t end […]
Weekend Update, the Saturday Night Live tentpole, returned from hiatus on Thursday for its Summer Edition. Co-hosts Colin Jost and Michael Che caught up on some of the highest profile political stories from the past two-or-so months — namely, “minor staffing changes” at the White House that saw the premature departures of Reince Priebus, Sean […]
The real Anthony Scaramucci lost his job on Monday, but the President Show iteration — played by Mario Cantone — hung around for three days to deliver his farewell address on Thursday night.
It’s called KickedOut — tagline: “The only jobs website made for people who’ve been fired from the Trump administration” — and it eliminates from your résumé any indication that you’ve ever worked in Trump’s White House.
“The Mooch” was canned on Monday, little more than a week into his stint as White House communications director. This was devastating news especially to the host and fans of The Late Show, as Stephen Colbert was — for ten days — late night TV’s preeminent Scaramucci roast master.
Anthony Scaramucci, announced little more than a week ago as President Donald Trump’s White House communications director, was ousted Monday before he was even officially sworn in.
Anthony “The Mooch” Scaramucci — a “human pinky ring,” the “human embodiment of a double-parked BMW,” “The only magician you could get on short notice” — got the “Closer Look” treatment from Late Night host Seth Meyers on Monday.
The reported reason for now former White House press secretary Sean Spicer’s resignation Friday was President Donald Trump’s naming of Anthony Scaramucci as communications director, according to The New York Times. But it’s quite obvious that Spicer’s exit had been building over the past six months.