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Anthony Scaramucci Resigns from Tufts U. Advisory Board After Student Op-Ed

Anthony Scaramucci Resigns from Tufts U. Advisory Board After Student Op-Ed

“We thank Mr. Scaramucci for his past service to Tufts and wish him well.”

This happened so fast that I didn’t even know he was working for Tufts. The guy goes through jobs pretty fast.

The Daily Caller reported:

Scaramucci Resigns From Tufts University Advisory Board After Student Op-Ed

Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci resigned Tuesday from his post at Tufts University after threatening to sue over a student journalism piece he insisted was defamatory.

Admiral James Stavridis, dean of Tufts’ Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, informed students at the university of Scaramucci’s resignation Monday morning, according to correspondence obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation.

“This morning, Anthony Scaramucci informed The Fletcher School that he is resigning his position on the school’s Board of Advisors, effective immediately,” said Stavridis in his email to students. “We thank Mr. Scaramucci for his past service to Tufts and wish him well.”

“A man who is irresponsible, inconsistent, an unethical opportunist and who exuded the highest degree of disreputability should not be on the Fletcher Board,” Tufts graduate student Camilo Caballero wrote in an op-ed on Scaramucci.


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4th armored div | November 30, 2017 at 11:02 am

from wiki
Tufts controversy

In June 2016, Scaramucci joined the Board of Advisors of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, located at his alma mater of Tufts University.[68] In early November 2017, over 240 Tufts students, faculty, and alumni signed an online petition calling for Scaramucci’s removal from the board.[68] One Fletcher graduate student, Camilo Caballero, wrote a pair of op-eds in Tufts’ independent student newspaper, The Tufts Daily, on November 6 and 13, respectively.[69][70] On November 21, 2017, lawyers representing Scaramucci sent a cease-and-desist letter to the Daily, alleging that the op-eds contained factual inaccuracies which attempted to defame him.[71] The letter demanded that Caballero and the Daily issue a retraction and an apology for its allegedly “defamatory” statements, threatening a lawsuit if the paper did not comply within five business days.[72][73] The Daily opted to keep the full text of the editorials on its website while publishing publicly the cease-and-desist letter on the morning of November 27, 2017.[73][74] That evening, members of the Tufts Community Union (TCU) Senate, the main student government body at Tufts University, publicly called on the university to remove Scaramucci from the Fletcher School’s Board of Advisors.[75] On November 28, 2017, Scaramucci resigned his position.[76]
Spouse(s) Lisa Miranda (m. 1988; div. 2014)
Deidre Ball (m. 2014; separated 2017)
Children 5

he seems to be going through a mid life crises

    4th armored div in reply to 4th armored div. | November 30, 2017 at 11:04 am

    Personal life

    Scaramucci’s first marriage was to Lisa Miranda. They separated in 2011 after 23 years of marriage, and their divorce was finalized in 2014.[54][77]

    His second marriage is with Deidre Ball. Ball worked in investor relations for SkyBridge Capital until Scaramucci sold the firm. The couple first dated in 2011 and married on July 11, 2014,[3] after having their first child together in early 2014. Scaramucci and Ball separated in early 2017.[54] Ball filed for divorce from Scaramucci in early July 2017 when she was eight months pregnant with their second child, to whom she gave birth on July 24, 2017.[54][78]

    Scaramucci has five children: three with Lisa Miranda and two with Deidre Ball.

I think The Mooch is the only former government employee who can reliably give his resignation speech at his acceptance speech.

(*) I hereby give permission for Scaramucci to use this joke without attribution.