"But just think about that Scaramucci got [former White House Chief of Staff Reince] Priebus fired, and then he got fired two days later", Meyers joked. He spoke Tuesday on CNN. "I would do the walks and I absolutely loved it and it was something different than probably anything I had ever done before or would ever do again".
How did he feel after he was let go? Instead, Kelly pulled him aside and told him he needed to go.
Despite Kelly's apparent empowerment, many question whether anyone can rein in the mercurial, Twitter-happy Trump, who has appeared to encourage the infighting among various factions vying for influence in his administration. She said, "Anthony Scaramucci will be leaving his role as White House Communications Director".
The decision to remove Scaramucci, nicknamed "the Mooch", came at Kelly's request, the New York Times reported. The last thing this president needs is a lightning rod... Scaramucci was the third top staffer to be shown the door in the space of a week and a half. "This was funny", Lionel added.
That was fast. Even for someone in the Trump administration. "Perhaps, we embrace it with a national online lottery to play a round of golf with him ... or a charity auction". In the meantime, we'll extend our best wishes to the cast and writers at Saturday Night Live, who never got a chance to give us the Scaramucci parody we so desperately wanted. Jeff Sessions is being attacked.
Unfortunately for Scaramucci, however, the sale might have been all for nothing.
Kimmel asked, "Anthony, are you there?"
Photo President Trump met with the Cabinet at the White House on Monday.
During his brief stint leading Homeland Security, Kelly pursued a couple of projects, including Trump's much discussed border wall with Mexico.
For Colbert, the short length of Scaramucci's stint was hard to fathom. Trump right now doesn't need the risk of those people like Sean Spicer.