Harvard Law School Accidentally Says Anthony Scaramucci Is ‘Dead’ In Latest Alumni Directory

Harvard Law School Accidentally Says Anthony Scaramucci Is ‘Dead’ In Latest Alumni Directory

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Anthony Scaramucci left barely a footnote in history during his tenure as the White House Communications Director.

You could say he hasn't had the best week.

Reportedly, the New York financier was incorrectly listed as dead in the newest edition of the Harvard Law School alumni directory. It's still unclear whether this was a prank... or if Scaramucci was simply the victim of a typo.

“Regrettably, there is an error in the Harvard Law School alumni directory in the listing for Anthony Scaramucci,” a Harvard spokeswoman told The Washington Post. “We offer our sincere apologies to Mr. Scaramucci. The error will be corrected in subsequent editions.”


Social media, which tore into Scaramucci immediately following his removal from the West Wing, found time to tear into him again.




Scaramucci previously served on the executive committee leading President Trump's transition. Sean Spicer, the president's former Press Secretary, left his position after he vehemently disagreed with Scaramucci's appointment as the new communications director.

H/T: The Hill, Washington Post

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