Anthony Scaramucci, Desperate for Cash, is Selling Personalized Greetings for $100 a Pop
Former White House Communications Director Anthony ‘Mooch’ Scaramucci has publicly turned on President Donald Trump in recent weeks, and around the same time that he flipped, Mooch started selling personalized recordings for $100 a pop for an internet service.
Mooch allows fans to book him on Cameo, a video sharing service that allows people to purchase greetings from celebrities. Tagged on his profile with the descriptors of “Legends,” “Reality TV,” and “Politics,” Mooch is willing to say pretty much anything for anyone who is willing to pay up.
“Hey, it’s the Mooch. I’m super excited to be on Cameo. So, you know what, I’ll talk about anything as you guys know. So look me up, dial me in, and tell me what you want me to say to you. I’m looking forward to it,” Mooch said before blowing a kiss to his fans in his introductory video.
Mooch has recorded dozens of personalized greetings over the past month, raking in thousands of dollars recording videos. Mooch has advertised a hemp farm making CBD oil, plugged a musical that is crowdsourcing for funds, talked smack on behalf of a man to his fantasy football opponents, and wished several others a happy birthday in some of his videos.
In recent weeks, Mooch has gone from one of President Trump’s staunchest advocates to one of the fiercest critics of his former boss.
“I don’t understand how elected public servants of the longest-standing Republican democracy in existing world history, a 243-year-old Republican democracy, could have this sort of full-blown insanity on display and not act,” Mooch said this week during an interview with radio host Bill Press, claiming that Trump’s cabinet officials should remove the President through the 25th Amendment.
“I think the guy is losing it, mentally,” Mooch said during a recent interview with Vanity Fair. “He has declining mental faculties; he’s becoming more petulant; he’s becoming more impetuous.”
Trump is striking back against Mooch, hammering him in a recent series of Tweets.
Trump also posted a video with many clips of Mooch offering effusive praise to Trump, while he was serving in his position within the administration as well as afterward.
Mooch has been able to regain relevance in the fake news media through his new feud with the President, which the Trump team notes is likely just a gambit on his behalf to remain in the public eye.
“Scaramucci wrote a book praising President Trump less than a year ago, but now he’s craving the attention of the leftist cable talk shows. He’s the shiny object for the media for the next 15 minutes, but whatever he’s dreamed up is doomed to failure.” said Tim Murtaugh, the Trump campaign’s communications director, to Politico.
Mooch may be hoping for another book deal to sell to Never Trumpers this time around, as it is not likely that recording personalized greetings will be enough to pay the bills for this disreputable has-been.