Donald Trump's most recent firee has had an eventful 10 days.

After selling his hedge fund to take a position as White House Communications Director, missing the birth of his child for the job, being served divorce papers by his wife, and getting fired from said position after less than two weeks, Anthony Scaramucci was listed as dead in the most recent Harvard Law School alumni directory, published last week.

Though many have surmised the incorrect listing may have been a jab at Scaramucci by a crafty directory editor, a Harvard Law spokesperson assured the Washington Post, who first reported on the directory's claim that Scaramucci was deceased, that his entry contained a mistake, not a prank.

'The Mooch' making headlines

Scaramucci, who is alive and well (or at least alive), made headlines during his short tenure in the White House when an article recounting his bizarre phone call to New Yorker reporter Ryan Lizza went viral. Referring to himself as "The Mooch," Scaramucci ranted about leaks from White House staff in a profanity-filled diatribe against Reince Priebus, who was also recently ousted from his position in the Trump administration, and White House chief strategist Steve Bannon.

Though he was not the first Trump communications director to be fired and likely won't be the last, Scaramucci's departure from the White House may be the most dramatic compared to the four others who have held the position since Trump took office in January.

While it was seemingly a true accident, the error in Scaramucci's directory listing has sparked quite the response from Twitter users, already fired up from his bizarre comments about fellow Trump appointees.

Who will succeed Scaramucci as White House communications director?

It is unclear both what Scaramucci's next move will be and who will replace him.

Though he isn't dead yet, it seems likely that Scaramucci has lost far more than he gained in his term - the shortest in U.S. history - as communications director.

While the Daily Caller has reported that a White House insider indicated Kellyanne Conway is in the running to take over for Scaramucci, others have suggested that conservative talk radio host Elizabeth Ingraham and newspaper editor David Martosko are being considered for the role as well.

If we're lucky, whoever is next in the role will be a little less laughable, though the administration's garbage fire of a first 7 months doesn't bode well for the possibility of any competent, level headed Trump appointees.