Recently fired White House Communication director, Anthony Scaramucci is definitely having a really, really, bad, no good, terrible week, but he is definitely not dead, like a new listing in the new Harvard Law School alumni directory suggests.
Harvard alums received the directory and Scaramucci who graduated from Harvard Law School in 1989, had an asterisk next to his name which is a sign that he had died. The school immediately acknowledged the grave error and apologized to the Wall Street financier. In a statement, a spokesperson said, “We offer our sincere apologies to Mr. Scaramucci”, he added that the error will be corrected in subsequent editions.
The Harvard directory is only published every five years, so it seems Scaramucci would stay dead on paper till 2022.
In the same week when he landed a job, stunned the world with an obscenity-filled phone interview with The New Yorker, his pregnant wife reportedly filed for divorce and lost a job he hadn’t even officially resumed just 10 days after stepping into the role, this is definitely the least of Scaramucci’s problems.