He lasted six days as the White House Communication Director. He is perhaps best known for a profanity-laced conversation with New Yorker reporter Ryan Lizza. His wife filed for divorce while she was eight months pregnant with their second child. He was not present for the baby’s birth, but he did he did send a text saying “Congratulations, I’ll pray for our child.”
All of this has earned Anthony Scaramucci a possible slot as a convocation speaker at Liberty University.
The Lynchburg News & Advance reports:
Scaramucci did not confirm an exact date for his appearance or the purpose of his visit.
Contacted by phone, Liberty spokesperson Mitzi Bible was unable to provide additional details.
Via text, LU President Jerry Falwell Jr. directed a question about Scaramucci’s appearance to David Nasser, LU’s senior vice president for spiritual development, who has announced convocation speakers in recent weeks. Messages left with Nasser were not immediately returned.
Though Scaramucci’s appearance has not yet been confirmed as convocation related, political heavyweights have been featured prominently at past convocations, including Trump and other 2016 presidential candidates such as Ted Cruz, Bernie Sanders and sitting U.S. Congress members.
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