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Donald Trump's new communications director, Anthony Scaramucci, a former hedge fund manager, made news last week for deleting historic tweets sympathetic to Democrat policies and critical of Trump.
He also loves to mimic Trump's gestures - as The Daily Show pointed out.
The Mooch did his homework. https://t.co/Wku0DF2ovd — The Daily Show (@The Daily Show)
He's also the subject of Apple's latest Siri Easter Egg.
Because of the subject nature (U.S. Politics), it only works on iPhones running on U.S. English.
But anyway, if you say the start of the first solo of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody to Siri...
I see a little silhouetto of a man
...here's what happens:
Hey Siri! I see a little silhouetto of a man.
Is Apple trolling Tony Scaramucci? Since Scaramouche was a crook? https://t.co/QlCOLrOohL — killbyte (@killbyte)
Note - "assistant", not "boy".
Merriam-Webster also marked his appointment with a topical tweet about search traffic:
@seandots No, no, no, no, no! Not trending yet. — Merriam-Webster (@Merriam-Webster)
Now, you've got this far, give yourself six minutes and appreciate one of the greatest songs ever written all over again.
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