It’s wheels up for Anthony Scaramucci’s redemption tour. The former hedgie who had a cup of coffee as the White House communications director will be hopping across the Atlantic to speak at the Oxford Union on Oct. 16. Two days later, he will be gracing the Cambridge Union with his presence, a spokesperson for The...
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