Anthony Scaramucci tops list of world's 'least powerful people'

Days after his departure, former White house communications director Anthony Scaramucci continues to be in the news.

This time, topping the list of 24/7 Wall St.'s '50 Least Powerful People in the World.'

The publication notes, it "compiled a list of 50 well-known individuals around the world who have recently experienced a precipitous loss in stature. These individuals hold, or once held, positions in nearly all aspects of public life — from television personalities to CEOs of major companies to financial wizards and to politicians."

Scaramucci made his way into the national spotlight when he joined the Trump administration as communications director in July. During a press briefing, he promised big changes including narrowing the gap between Trump's actual performance and perception.

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However, after the whirlwind tenure that included an expletive-laden interview with the New Yorker in which he slammed Reince Priebus and Steve Bannon, he was ousted within 10 days.

Others that have landed on the "least powerful" list include Chris Christie, Tiger Woods, and James Comey.