Anthony Scaramucci, whose 11-day stint in the Trump administration became a marker for quick turnover, has joined CNBC.
The former White House director of communications will serve as a contributor on the network, a spokesperson confirmed to the Daily News Monday.
The Long Island native spent several years as a contributor at Fox Business Network before joining the White House, and briefly hosted the relaunched “Wall Street Week” with Morgan Stanley senior advisor Gary Kaminsky.
Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci spent 11 days in the job.
After being fired by former President Donald Trump in July of 2017, Scaramucci turned on his former boss, eventually endorsing then-candidate Joe Biden in the 2020 election.
He’s recently been focused on Bitcoin since his company’s crypto fund went public in January.
The 57-year-old Scaramucci joins a growing list of former Trump aides to land TV gigs recently, including Sean Spicer, Kayleigh McEnany and Lara Trump.
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