Anthony Scaramucci isn't going away yet. The man who lasted less than two colorful weeks as President Trump's communications director before being ousted at the end of last month has confirmed that he's working on a sitcom. TMZ reports that the show is about about a Wall Street entrepreneur who gets into politics, quote, "to the great dismay of longtime political hacks who go straight for the jugular."
It will potentially be called Attack of the Swamp Monsters, or alternately, 10 Days in July, which seems to mean it will be based on The Mooch's brief White House stint. Scaramucci said of his character, "These guys were trying to knock me out. I'm a Wall Street entrepreneur, they're all in the political class. I like to tell people how I really feel, I'm very honest. These guys like to run around like little rats and backstab each other. That's not me."
Things are still in the "very early" stages according to Scaramucci, but TMZ said a major Hollywood producer is interested.