Nickname: The Mooch
Address: Lives and/or works in
New York, NY.
Areas of interest:
politics & government
Scaramucci's Muckety has gone down and up and back down again at a dizzying pace. He put his company, SkyBridge Capital, on the market in 2017, anticipating a position in the Trump administration, but the job offer didn't come materialize. His loyalty to Trump briefly paid off when he was named White House communications director in July 2017. He lost the job 10 days later after an expletive-filled interview with a New Yorker magazine writer.
Politics: Scaramucci is a contributor to Republican committees and campaigns.
College: He received a BA from Tufts University.
Personal social network: Much of Scaramucci's Muckety comes from business connections.
Other current Anthony Scaramucci relationships:
Core club - member
Kappa Beta Phi - member
SkyBridge Capital - founder
Anthony Scaramucci past relationships:
2012 Mitt Romney presidential campaign - fundraiser
2016 Donald Trump presidential campaign - fundraiser, economic policy council member
2017 Trump inaugural committee - member
Stephen Bannon - criticized in magazine interview
Business Executives for National Security - director
Donald Trump administration - communications director
Kennedy Center - corporate fund board member
Barack Obama - law school classmate
Rebuilding America Now - contributor
Republican National Committee - contributor
SkyBridge Alternatives Conference - organizer
Sean Spicer - resigned as press secretary after his appointment
World Economic Forum 2014 - speaker
World Economic Forum 2016 - speaker
World Economic Forum 2017 - speaker
Additional Muckety map information sources:
New York magazine;
New York Times;
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Anthony Scaramucci campaign contributions:
Listed below are major federal donations reported to the FEC.
Trump Victory - $45,000 on 10/5/2016
Rebuilding America Now - $100,000 on 8/8/2016
Trump Victory - $100,000 on 6/16/2016
Majority Committee PAC - $5,000 on 11/19/2015
Republican National Committee - $33,200 on 9/14/2015
Independent Leadership for New Hampshire PAC - $10,000 on 10/22/2014
McCarthy Victory Fund - $5,200 on 6/2/2014
New Hampshire for Scott Brown - $5,200 on 5/14/2014
Republican National Committee - $32,400 on 3/31/2014
Fiscal Responsibility PAC - $5,000 on 2/19/2014
Republican National Committee - $32,400 on 6/18/2013
Majority Committee PAC--Mc PAC - $5,000 on 7/30/2012
Scott Brown Victory Committee - $30,800 on 3/22/2012
Prosperity PAC - $5,000 on 12/20/2011
Republican Leadership Committee 2011 - $25,000 on 10/28/2011
Free and Strong America PAC - $5,000 on 4/11/2011
Scott Brown for US Senate Committee - $4,800 on 6/25/2010
Free and Strong America PAC - $5,000 on 5/18/2010
Muckety news stories featuring Anthony Scaramucci
In the Romney campaign, the list of bundlers is stored in the same place as tax returns from 2009 and before - out of the public eye.
October 13, 2012