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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.

Among other topics, Meyers grilled President Trump’s new communications director — who “looks like the guy who leaves a doo-wop group over creative differences” and “definitely calls waitresses ‘sweetheart'” — for almost certainly lying about his boss’s athleticism.

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