Anthony Scaramucci Mane Wants Paternity Test for Newborn Son Whose Birth He Missed Because He’s a Horrible Person: Report

I don’t know if it’s possible to have more drama than this administration, but Anthony Scaramucci, aka Mucci Mane, sure is trying. Not only did the short-lived White House communications director leave his wife while she was eight months pregnant—but now he’s claiming that the baby isn’t his.

Anthony ‘Mucci Mane’ Scaramucci Compared His Phone Call With Reporter to Monica Lewinsky Scandal, and She Responded

I’m not going to lie—I miss Anthony “Mucci Mane” Scaramucci. Sure, he was only in the White House as communications director long enough to microwave a Hot Pocket, but man, what a fantastic run he had. But at least Mucci Mane hasn’t gone into hiding; in fact, he won’t stop talking—or tweeting, as the case may be.

‘I’m Not Steve Bannon, I’m Not Trying to Suck My Own Cock’: How Scaramucci Mane Is Becoming the New Honey Badger

There is a very easy deplorables test that one can take at home, and it goes like this: If you feel bad for the new White House communications director, Anthony Scaramucci, aka Scaramucci Mane, or anyone one who has been inside the Oval Office in the past five months, then you probably are a deplorable.

‘I Can Tell You 2 Fish That Don’t Stink’: How Anthony Scaramucci Is Bringing Mob Talk to the White House

White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci, aka Scaramucci Mane, is a proud Italian American who at times sounds a lot like Ray Liotta from Goodfellas. I think this is not only purposeful but also plays into a stereotypical belief about tough Italian men—and I think Scaramucci likes it this way.