The former White House Communications Director made good on his promise.
"I find it absolutely reprehensible and offensive that there are people walking around with swastikas on their arms in the United States," Scaramucci said.
The meeting of Anthony Scaramucci and Dalia Dorner was a chance encounter that led to an interesting discussion.
There was, in fact, a communications chief who was on the job for a shorter period. According to our archive, John Koehler lasted just five working days in 1987, under President Ronald Reagan.