Stephen Colbert on Trump's North Korea threats: 'We're all going to die'

Posted August 11, 2017

The former incoming White House communications director has teed up a few "please-accept-me-in-the-public-sphere" interviews in an effort to bounce back after being unceremoniously fired before he even technically started his job.

"I can't believe it!" Everybody wants him. Nobody got him, but us.

The Mooch was sacked late last month by White House Chief of Staff John Kelly who, ironically, was supposed to be kept in check by The Mooch. ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos tweeted Thursday morning, "I'll sit down live with @Scaramucci for his first interview since being fired from the WH, this Sunday only on [This Week with George Stephanopoulos]". Both hosts took to Twitter to announce the news.

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The doomed spin doctor called then White House chief of staff Reince Priebus a "paranoid schizophrenic" and made derogatory comments about Steve Bannon, the chief strategist.

"It's going to be fun", Colbert said. I'm going to ask what it's like inside there. "It will be a lot of fun".

TMZ reports that a Hollywood producer has been in touch with the former White House communications director, wanting to make either a film or a television series.

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The Mooch also accused reporter Lizza of recording his now infamous New Yorker interview without his permission.

Watch Colbert's big announcement in the clip above.

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