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Note: this article contains coarse language that may offend some readers.

On Monday, White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci was ousted after a conversation was printed that quoted the now-former comms director making concerning remarks.

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The story was initially reported by the New York Times, in which Scaramucci was quoted after speaking with New Yorker journalist Ryan Lizza:

“Reince is a f**king paranoid schizophrenic, a paranoiac,” and “I’m not Steve Bannon, I’m not trying to suck my own c**k.”

Later saying:

“What I want to do is I want to f**king kill all the leakers and I want to get the president’s agenda on track so we can succeed for the American people."

Following the comments, Trump’s new chief of staff, John F. Kelly, fired Scaramucci on Kelly's first day.

While one might think Scaramucci would be scrambling to get a new job,  but it turns out that in less than one day he was not only offered a job, but one that pays a half a million bucks.

Adult entertainment website CamSoda, an X-rated video chat site, contacted Scaramucci via email offering a job as the companies Director of Communications.

In the email, CamSoda's VP, Darren Press, started out by sending his “condolences” for being fired, then explained the offer.

Press wrote that if Scaramucci were to take the job, he would be doing exactly what he did for the White House by giving an assortment of press briefings.

Those topics would include:

“...everything from the positives of safe sex to the best positions for people to try to even a quick rundown of upcoming cam shows that will be featured on our platform.”

Realizing Scaramucci might potentially immediately dismiss the offer, Press followed up with this pitch:

“Before you dismiss this offer, consider that we receive millions of visitors each and every day, and your broadcasts will be viewed by fans spanning not just the entire country, but the entire globe.”

Then they hit him with this:

“In return for your service we will compensate you up to $500,000.”

The email followed up with the VP giving Scaramucci some background into the adult entertainment website.

For those wondering, the offer by CamSoda was allegedly a lot more than what Scaramucci made as one of Trump's advisers.

According to recent reports from the White House, those in positions similar to Scaramucci would have made roughly $179,700.

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