- The Washington Times - Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Anthony Scaramucci has resurfaced on public radar. Without much warning Wednesday, the former White House communications director announced via Twitter that he was launching the “Scaramucci Post” — a new online news entity.

Mr. Scaramucci simply advised the curious to “get ready,” and that the new venture was “coming soon. There’s already a slick blue and white logo for the namesake enterprise.

The Scaramucci Post itself also went live on Twitter and immediately attracted close to 7,000 followers within hours — plus commentary and mentions from Newsweek, Boston Globe, Huffington Post, The Hill, Fortune, and The Cut.com, which asked, “Oh God, is Anthony Scaramucci starting a new media company?”

The newly minted media mogul gleefully retweeted everything. He also announced yet another project, this delving into the world of celebrity sightings and gossip.

Mr. Scaramucci — who lasted 11 days in his role at the White House — will co-host “TMZ Live” with regular presence Harvey Levin on Monday.

“It’s going to be awesome,” Mr. Levin noted in a statement.

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