Scaramucci Clowned on Twitter: ‘So Glad I Sacrificed My Marriage and Birth of My Son’

“We’re kind of rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic at this point,” remarks one observer

First Sean Spicer, then Reince Priebus, and now Anthony “The Mooch” Scaramucci has left the White House. On Monday, President Trump ousted Scaramucci from his position as White House communications director after only 10 days.

Twitter provided an array of reactions to The Mooch’s firing. Some users were surprised, as Scaramucci is the third staffer to leave the White House in less than two weeks. Others weren’t surprised at all, citing The Mooch’s now infamous New York Magazine tirade. And others… well, see for yourself:

Of course, the “Bohemian Rhapsody” jokes flowed freely, because “Scaramucci” sounds similar to “scaramouch,” as in “scaramouch, scaramouch, when you do the fandango.” (Conveniently, a “scaramouch” is a clown-like figure in 17th century Italian comedic theater, “characterized by boastfulness and cowardliness.”)

Perhaps even sadder than the dearth of “Bohemian Rhapsody” jokes is The Mooch’s final tweet before his firing: