Anthony Scaramucci to be guest on Stephen Colbert's The Late Show

Scaramucci to appear on 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert' next Monday

Anthony Scaramucci will make his late night debut on "The Late Show" on Monday, host Stephen Colbert announced Wednesday. "On Monday, I will be right here talking to the first time since he left the White House, Anthony Scaramucci will be sitting right there".

In response, the crowd erupted into an extended chant of the word, "Mooch".

Scaramucci called Lizza last month and insulted White House aides using vulgar language during the phone interview.

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They will be Scaramucci's first televised sit-down interviews since he was ousted from President Trump's staff after 10 short but memorable days on the job.

Colbert showed the clip of Trump warning North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un not to continue threatening the US during a briefing at his golf course in Bedminister, N.J. Everybody wants him. Nobody got him, but us.

Colbert briefly discussed what he plans to talk about with Scaramucci.

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He is, therefore, appearing on a late night television show anchored by someone who had lampooned his brief White House stint.

"Thankfully, faced with the greatest challenge of his presidency, Donald Trump stepped up, and in a moment of pure statesmanship, de-escalated the rhetoric and brought calm to our anxious nation", Colbert said. We'll do some front-stabbing. I'm gonna ask about what it's like inside there.

"We joke around here a lot about like exclusives".

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