Anthony Scaramucci, aka The Mooch, was removed from his position as the White House communications director only 10 days after he was hired, and Twitter exploded with mockery.
During his short days on the job, Scaramucci made so many headlines and most of them were negative. To add to that, his wife filed for divorce and gave birth to their son within the same period.
Soon after he was fired, Twitter users went online to mock him with the most savage tweets.
“RT if you’ve had a period that lasted longer than Scaramucci,” Allure Magazine tweeted.
“In 10 days, Anthony Scaramucci: got a job, had a baby, ended his marriage, lost a job,” Olivia Nuzzi wrote.
“Unfortunately for the Mooch, the minimum tenure to get invited to the annual WH Comms Directors Reunion is 3 weeks,” Dan Pfeiffer, Obama’s communications director trolled Scaramucci, letting him know he cannot be considered a WH Communications director.
“I’ll fire my whole team! Me first,” Mary Katharine Ham wrote in reference to Scaramucci’s earlier threat to fire his entire team when information was leaked to a reporter.
Mike tweeted: “Call a doctor if you have an erection lasting longer than #Scaramucci”
To make matters worse, Scaramucci was incorrectly listed as dead in Harvard Law alumni directory lists. News of the mistake came out on the same day that Trump fired him. Suffice it to say this is not the best time for The Mooch.
See the savage Twitter reactions below.