Colbert crows: 'We got the Mooch!' Scaramucci as Monday guest

Emilio Banks
August 11, 2017

"I can't believe it!"

They will be Scaramucci's first televised sit-down interviews since he was ousted from President Trump's staff after 10 short but memorable days on the job. The former White House communications director has reportedly been delighting in his newfound celebrity, posing for photos with "fans" (with his mirror-finished blue aviator shades on) and even receiving an ovation upon walking into a Westhampton Beach restaurant recently, according to Axios.

Well, next week, we will be able to get some more details of that story straight from the horse's mouth.

The doomed spin doctor called then White House chief of staff Reince Priebus a "paranoid schizophrenic" and made derogatory comments about Steve Bannon, the chief strategist. "This is just a heads up for our censors to get ready!" host Stephen Colbert tweeted Wednesday. We'll do some front-stabbing.

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"It's gonna be fun", Colbert said of his upcoming chat. I'm gonna ask about what it's like inside there. "It'll be a lot of fun". He also lampooned The Mooch for his New Yorker interview but said he was a "broken man" when Scaramucci was sacked.

Trump's first communications director Sean Spicer resigned after it was announced The Mooch was being brought into the White House.

Watch Colbert's big announcement in the clip above.

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