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The Mooch, Trump's infamous White House press guy, will be on 'Big Brother'

Mashable Sunday, 13 January 2019
For at least one former White House staffer, there is life after Donald Trump.

Anthony "The Mooch" Scaramucci is officially set as one of the 12 contestants who will be competing when Season 2 of Big Brother: Celebrity Edition premieres on Jan. 21. He's presumably hoping he'll last longer there than he did in the White House,...
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