Would you watch a television show that featured Michael Avenatti—the attorney who is suing Donald Trump on behalf of adult-film actress Stormy Daniels—going up against former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci?
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.
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.
Anthony Scaramucci, aka Scaramucci Mane, aka Mucci Mane, had an awesome 10-day run. In just 10 days he went from White House communications director to one of the most glorious political flameouts in American history.
It was a glorious 10 days. In only 10 days at the White House as the communications director, Anthony Scaramucci, aka Scaramucci Mane, took over for Sean “Spicy Facts” Spicer (who, assuming that big baby Jesus is listening, could be back any day); got Reince Priebus fired; and then was subsequently fired by his…
1. The seventeen furious pumps of fury Lawrence gave Issa during their break-up "sex" on Insecure
Anthony Scaramucci, aka Scaramucci Mane, aka Mucci Mane—the Wall Street businessman who had an embattled first week as the White House communications director—is now out of the job.
You know you want to get the hell out when you file for divorce and you’re nine months pregnant.
Yes, there’s that old adage about karma, but we think Brand Nubian said it best: “What goes around comes back around again.”
Yesterday afternoon, I read a thorough and illuminating piece from Morgan Jerkins at The New Republic, where she articulated how Trump's presidency is hurting the book publishing industry. Her premise — and this is one several agents, authors, and editors agree with — was that the news coming out of Washington has…
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.
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.