Monday, July 31, 2017

‘What if a tanning bed was a person?‘: John Oliver hilariously thumps Anthony Scaramucci’s first week

John Oliver is back, after an absurd month of political ups and downs in President Donald Trump’s administration. While the HBO host was on summer break, Trump made a surprising series of staff changes and policy decisions that left Oliver wondering how the White House is able to function at all.
“But it means we may already be entering the Mad Libs portion of Trump’s presidency, where he just persecutes groups at random: Transgender people are banned from the military, Pacific Islanders can no longer use the postal service, and Jews can no longer high-five. Sorry, Jews,” Oliver joked. He then moved on to talk about the “maverick” vote made by Sen. John McCain (R-AZ). The drama was desperately amplified by CNN, which followed the play-by-play of each senator as they looked on at senior senator put the nail in the Trumpcare coffin.
“Both Sean Spicer and Reince Priebus have resigned following the appointment as communications director of Anthony Scaramucci, a former hedge funder and Long Islander of the Frickin’ Month for 643 months in a row,” said Oliver. “Scaramucci’s nickname is ‘The Mooch,’ which already sounds like the name of a cow STD. So, uh… neither one of us has been with anyone else, and yet somehow I have The Mooch. Is there anything you need to tell me?”

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