You can now listen to Anthony Scaramucci's phone call

Anthony Scaramucci.
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Last week, then-White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci made a fateful phone call to The New Yorker's Ryan Lizza. In the conversation, Scaramucci dropped multiple expletives (some of them creatively lewd), badgered Lizza to reveal his confidential sources, and ripped his White House colleagues.

While Lizza's recounting of the conversation is well worth a read, it's also, as one might imagine, worth a listen — and thankfully, The New Yorker Radio Hour has turned "The Scaramucci Call" into an episode. You can listen below (although if you want the uncensored version, you'll need to watch John Oliver). Jeva Lange

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