Anthony Scaramucci, Michael Flynn, Sean Spicer, Reince Priebus and a collection of other aides and staffers have shared their uncertainty about how to manage their career timelines on LinkedIn, now that they have re-entered the jobs market
“I think I’m going to go with a 6 month ‘career break’ for that period” said Reince Priebus. “Say I was backpacking in Nepal and Bhutan, finding myself. Got a few prospects coming up, couple of local councilors in Indiana need chiefs of staff, and I’d rather them not know about this little career pothole.”
Sean Spicer was adamant that he never was in fact the White House Press Secretary, but in fact had been hosting a series of improv workshops with his DC comedy troupe, the Dupont Circlejerks. He is now pitching a series to television networks based on his workshop material, described as “House of Cards meets Curb Your Enthusiasm meets Jersey Shore”
The CentreLine also spoke with the latest casualty, Anthony Scaramucci: “Am I on record? I am? Right, I know to ask that now. Yeah I’m just going to say I was in my loft in Manhattan for a week or so, pounding a mountain of blow and killing hookers. It seems a bit less embarrassing than saying what I was actually doing, and also seems plausible because I probably would have been doing that anyway if I didn’t get the job”.
Scaramucci, who insisted we refer to him as “The Mooch” or “El Moocho”, did not appreciate being awarded the trophy for “Most Creative Career Suicide” that The CentreLine had made for him.