Colbert crows: 'We got the Mooch!' Scaramucci as Monday guest

Magazine Law didn't require consent to tape Scaramucci call

Lasting shy of two weeks in the White House, the Mooch will sit down for his first interview live with George Stephanopoulos. When Lizza wouldn't reveal that information-because journalists are not typically in the business of outing sources-Scaramucci said that he would have no choice but to just fire everyone. The scandal ultimately led to Clinton's impeachment for perjury and obstruction of justice, though he was ultimately acquitted in the Senate. But a representative for The New Yorker on Thursday notes that reporter Ryan Lizza wasn't required by law to get Scaramucci's consent to record the conversation.

For what it's worth, Lizza asserts that their conversation, which he recorded, was not off-the-record, according to The Washington Examiner.

The network said Wednesday that Scaramucci will appear on Colbert's "The Late Show" on Monday.

The claim comes in opposition to Lizza's assertion that Scaramucci knew the call was on the record.

CBS says Anthony Scaramucci will be a guest on Stephen Colbert's late-night show next week.

In fact, Colbert gave Scaramucci a tongue-in-cheek musical sendoff with a modern spin of classic rock song "The Bohemian Rhapsody".

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"My job as a reporter is not to keep things private and confidential when the communications director tells me things". He would not work for Scaramucci, who he apparently viewed as not being qualified for the job, and was likely dismayed that he was not offered the job. "And now that I'm gone, you're trying to figure out how to score some more Scara-mooch!"

His public feud with Priebus culminated with Trump announced that he was firing the Chief of Staff and replacing him with Gen. John Kelly.

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