As a former investment banker at Goldman Sachs, Anthony Scaramucci may have been new to politics, but he certainly made a name for himself back in 2010 when he called out President Obama at a CNBC Town Hall for treating Wall Street like his personal piñata, according to the Huffington Post.

His 15 minutes of fame continued as Twitter users began to ask him for his opinion on hot-button issues, in which he almost always took a liberal stance. In addition to that, and perhaps the most revealing of all, he had pined for Hillary Clinton to become the next president of the United States.

Later, in 2015, he made an appearance on Fox News to discuss the candidates of the 2016 election. Despite the fact that Fox is a highly conservative network, he did not make an effort to mince words when it came to Trump, referring to him as a “hack politician” and suggesting that some of his remarks were “anti-American.”

Looking back, it seems almost laughable that Mr.

Scaramucci would have the gall to disparage anyone’s choice of words, considering the profanity-laden interview that he gave to Ryan Lizza of The New Yorker, in which he accused Chief of Staff Reince Priebus of being a “leaker.”

The interview of a lifetime

This all began when Lizza tweeted about a dinner that Scaramucci was having with President Trump at the White House, citing a senior cabinet member as a source.

The former Communications Director called him with the expectation that the reporter would disclose the person who gave him the information. When he repeatedly refused to do so, Scaramucci became frustrated, calling Priebus a “paranoid schizophrenic” for blocking his nomination for six months and claiming that he would “kill all the leakers.”

To make matters worse, when asked about his relationship with Priebus after this explosive interview came to light, Scaramucci downplayed the revelations and claimed that they were brothers...“like Cain and Abel.” In the biblical parable, Cain killed Abel because he was jealous of the attention that he was getting from God, and the metaphors just keep writing themselves.

While Priebus’ resignation definitely did not surprise anyone, Scaramucci’s exit certainly did. A man who was so enthralled to join the Trump team that he sold his business, missed the birth of his child, and drove his wife to file for divorce thereafter became a laughingstock in the media when he was forced out after only 10 days. The brief period that The Mooch spent at the White House did not reflect well on our president, who had promised to run the country like he runs his business.

But the constant shake-ups that the executive branch frequently undergoes show that while there is an attempt to get back on track, the rampant hirings, firings, promotions, and demotions offer nothing but uncertainty from an already questionable Administration. So, as a result, Trump made a few decent adjustments to his cabinet.