Scaramucci to grant interview amid a 'den of lions'

Days after Stephen Colbert paid tribute to the second shortest lived White House Communications Director the United States has ever seen, The Late Show has announced Anthony Scaramucci as next Monday's guest. Colbert doesn't seem like The Mooch's most sympathetic audience, but The Mooch also seems like he doesn't turn down a PR opportunity - for better or worse.

'I barely just got to the White House, said some dumb stuff now I'm out'.

This will mark Scaramucci's first televised interviews since leaving his Washington DC gig.

Mr Scaramucci, 53, was sacked last week by new White House chief of staff John Kelly after making a string of controversial comments to a journalist from the New Yorker magazine. "This is just a heads up for our censors to get ready!" he wrote. Kelly subsequently played a role in Scaramucci's premature departure.

U.S. talk show host Colbert warned the censors to get ready as he announced Monday's guest on Twitter.

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Colbert said he plans to ask Scaramucci what it's like inside the Trump White House and "how loyal he feels the president is now".

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

"The front stabber has been backstabbed", Colbert said after he was ousted.

The other guest to appear is the actor Bob Odenkirk.

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