Scaramucci's name comes from the Italian word for a 'controversy of little importance' - Washington Post

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Scaramucci's name comes from the Italian word for a 'controversy of little importance'
Washington Post
MILAN — There's a Latin proverb that Italians often quote: “Nomen omen” — a person's destiny lies in his name. That couldn't be more true than in the case of Anthony Scaramucci, the former White House communications director who lasted just 10 days ...
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