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Colbert takes on Scaramucci in bleep-filled segment

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'“I was worried when Sean Spicer left that the communications office would lose some flavor, little did I know he was going to be replaced by a guy who serves up some very spicy quotes,” Colbert said. He highlighted Scaramucci complaining about D.C. staffers stabbing each other in the back, mocking that fact that Scaramucci admitted he’s “more of a front-stabbing person” as though that was more gentlemanly.Colbert also mocked Scaramucci for being upset that Politico published his financial disclosure forms, saying he could imagine him being upset with the outlet revealing his assets are about $85 million, making him “the poorest person in the White House.”Watch the full segment in the video above.'

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