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Thursday, August 03, 2017

Scaramucci falsely listed as dead in Harvard Law School alumni directory

Behind Scaramucci's removal as WH communications director
Anthony Scaramucci may have been removed as the White House communications director on Monday, but he’s not dead.

According to an alumni directory from Harvard Law School, Scaramucci’s alma mater, the man who led the White House communications team for less than two weeks was reported dead since the previous edition was released in 2011.

The directory included an asterisk next to Scaramucci’s name, implying his death, Fox 25 reported.

The error in the directory, which is published every five years and is available only to alumni of the Ivy League law school, was quickly noted.



Anonymous said...

Sometimes intelligence agents such as Scaramucci assume the identities of dead people which make it very difficult for non-witting public members to know who they are dealing with during an encounter. However, to use a dead person's identity for someone being placed into such a prominent public role seems like a mistake. One would have thought the guys at Langley would have known better?

Anonymous said...

The Donald no longer says "You're Fired" -- now it's "You're Scaramuccied"!

Anonymous said...

Well, his WH Communications Director role flatlined and couldn't be revived.

Anonymous said...

Well he is "dead" to the Trump team now.

Anonymous said...

He did look kind of stiff on camera; understandable conclusion.