Scaramucci joins reality show cast
But will he last longer than six days in the “Big Brother” house?
Anthony Scaramucci, the short-lived former White House communications director, is joining the cast of “Celebrity Big Brother,” CBS announced Sunday.
He’ll follow in the footsteps of ex-communications director for the Office of Public Liaison Omarosa Manigault Newman, who competed on the reality show’s first season last winter.
She made waves in the house for talking openly and frequently about her time in the Trump administration, at one point issuing a warning on the “scary” Vice President Mike Pence, and hinting that “somebody in the White House” was having multiple affairs.