Harvard lists ex-White House communications chief Scaramucci as 'dead'
'The Mooch' is not having such a good week, but Harvard delivered the 'fatal' blow. Source: Reuters

FORMER White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci just had a really tough week; the Oval Office fired him from his new job in just 10 days, his wife filed for divorce, and now he’s been erroneously reported dead by Harvard University.

In the new Harvard Law School alumni directory delivered the same week “The Mooch” made international headlines, his name in the list included an asterisk, an indication he was reported dead since the last directory was published on 2011, reported the Washington Post.

However, it was not known whether the error was a typo or a prank.

While Harvard did not indicate the reason that led to the incident, the red-faced Ivy League school did apologise for the mistake.

“Regrettably, there is an error in the Harvard Law School alumni directory in the listing for Anthony Scaramucci,” a Harvard spokesman said in a statement.

“We offer our sincere apologies to Mr. Scaramucci. The error will be corrected in subsequent editions.”

While Harvard Law might regard him as no longer with them, the 53-year-old former top spokesman for President Donald Trump had often boasted his attendance at the prestigious school.

He recently told CNN due to his law degree, he would not have attended the widely-publicised meeting with Russians on exposing dirt about Hillary Clinton.

Scaramucci also boasted about getting an A-minus in Harvard Law professor Laurence Tribe’s constitutional law class, the post reported.

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