Considering that Donald Trump's presidency is almost certainly going to be turned into a movie at some point in the near future - provided humanity hasn't perished in a nuclear apocalypse - this isn't all that surprising.
It's been reported that an unnamed high-profile producer has reached out to Anthony Scaramucci to either turn his time in the White House into a movie or a sitcom series (no, really), with the central premise focusing on "an outsider assuming power in D.C. to the great dismay of longtime political hacks who go straight for the jugular."
TMZ, which first reported on the news, say that two working titles for the project include 10 Days In July - in reference to the Mooch's term as White House Comms Director - or Attack Of The Swamp Monsters. This wouldn't be the Mooch's first foray into films, either. According to several confirmed sources, Scaramucci apparently coughed up around $100,000 for a two-second cameo in Oliver Stone's poorly-received Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.
As for this project, it's quite likely that the producer is merely trying to nail down the story rights for Scaramucci's role in all of what's happening for the eventual 10-hour political epic that catalogues the fall of American democracy.
Keep an eye out for Trump: The Man And His Dream in cinemas around 2025.