It has not been long since Anthony Scaramucci was appointed to replace Mike Dubke, who resigned as communications director after three months of service in May. Sean Spicer passed his baton to Sarah Huckabbee Sanders to hold regular press briefings, while Sean Spicer temporarily handled the communications job.

Inside the White House shake-up

On July 21, Anthony Scaramucci was officially hired as the new communications director to the president. His appointment earned the disapproval of Sean Spicer and Reince Priebus, who later resigned from their respective jobs as press secretary and chief of staff.

The newly installed communications director made headlines when he targeted Reince Priebus in his foul-mouthed attack for allegedly leaking White House information.

He even labeled the former chief of staff a "f--king paranoid schizophrenic" and a "paranoiac" among other accusations.

These statements came after his dinner meeting with the president reached the media through an unidentified source. Hence, Anthony Scaramucci personally called a reporter to ask for the identity of the leaker. Ryan Lizza of the New Yorker, however, refused to name the informant who disclosed the information.

But that did not stop the communications director from pressing the journalist to spill the details. Anthony Scaramucci went on to threaten to fire all staff of the communications team if Ryan Lizza will continue to protect the person responsible for leaking his private meeting.

After he failed on his second attempt, Anthony Scaramucci accused Reince Priebus as the leaker.

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He even guaranteed that the then-chief of staff will be fired immediately from his job. A day later, Reince Priebus stepped down and was replaced by John F. Kelly as the new chief of staff.

Scaramucci sacked after 10 days

Anthony Scaramucci saw the end of his short-lived stay at the White House when John F. Kelly was appointed as the new chief of staff. On Monday, Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that the newly hired communications director will end his service at the White House after serving for 10 days.

"Mr. Scaramucci felt it was best to give chief of staff John Kelly a clean slate and the ability to build his own team," she said as per CNN.

Meanwhile, a White House insider claimed that the new chief of staff was personally ordered to sack Anthony Scaramucci for his lack of discipline and stained credibility. The incumbent press secretary added that all White House staffers, including Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner, and Steve Bannon, will directly report to John F. Kelly starting Monday.