Late-Night Stars Feast on Anthony Scaramucci's Explosive NSFW Rant (Video)
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Anthony Scaramucci was the hottest item on the late-night TV menu Thursday night in wake of his profane conversation with The New Yorker reporter Ryan Lizza going public earlier that day.

Trevor Noah, Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers and James Corden all feasted on the latest comedy Donald Trump's administration had to offer.

Lizza's article, which went viral shortly after being published, recounted a vulgar conversation with the new White House communications director, who lost it when the reporter refused to reveal which "senior White House official" he cited in one of his tweets regarding the attendees of a recent presidential dinner. Scaramucci grew convinced that Chief of Staff Reince Priebus -- whom he's been feuding with for months -- leaked the information.

Just to help paint the picture before we get to the jokes about it, here are some of Scaramucci's most shocking statements to Lizza:

"Reince is a f-cking paranoid schizophrenic, a paranoiac,” Scaramucci said. He channeled Priebus as he spoke: "'Oh, Bill Shine is coming in. Let me leak the f-cking thing and see if I can c-ckblock these people the way I c-ck-blocked Scaramucci for six months.'"

"I’m not Steve Bannon, I’m not trying to suck my own c-ck," he said, speaking of Trump’s chief strategist. "I’m not trying to build my own brand off the f-cking strength of the President. I’m here to serve the country."

"What I want to do is I want to f-cking kill all the leakers and I want to get the President’s agenda on track so we can succeed for the American people."

Scaramucci then called into an interview Lizza was having with CNN Thursday night to explain that he and Priebus are like "brothers," but that some brothers are like "Cain and Abel."

See how late-night comedians dished out their best jokes about The Mooch's antics below.

'The Daily Show with Trevor Noah'

"We can't go through all of the interview because it will break our bleep machine," the "Daily Show" host said Thursday night. Noah added that his favorite part of the conversation was when Lizza asked Scaramucci if he liked media attention, to which Scaramucci responded, "I’m not Steve Bannon, I’m not trying to suck my own c-ck."

"First off, just looking at Bannon, I don't think that's physically possible," Noah joked. "Second, I feel like if that were true, Steve Bannon would be a lot more chilled out."

"I'm not gonna lie, people, I love Scaramucci already," he added. "He's cussing out all these co-workers... That's what you do when you quit, not when you start, but maybe he just does things the opposite way."

'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert'

"I was worried when Sean Spicer left that the communications office at the White House would lose some flavor," the "Late Show" host joked. "Little did I know he was gonna be replaced by a guy who serves up some very spicy quotes."

Regarding Scaramucci's choice words for Bannon, Colbert quipped, "Look, if Bannon could do that, he’d never leave the White House. Though, I’ve got say, we never see him anymore. Good for you, Steve."

Colbert also poked fun at Scaramucci's message for Priebus: "Oh, please, Mooch, I don’t think anybody could block you from being a c-ck."

'Late Night with Seth Meyers'

Using a rooster noise in place of the one word Meyers said he can't say on TV, the "Late Night" host read off Scaramucci's epic statements to Lizza.

"I'm guessing Bannon was unavailable to comment because, based on his skill set, he was otherwise engaged," Meyers said. "Or maybe he did comment and it was muffled, you know, because of his [rooster noise]."

'The Late Late Show with James Corden'

"There's a lot of news coming out of the White House, but strangely enough, Donald Trump isn't the one making the news this time," the "Late Late Show" host said. "I guess his meds are finally kicking in."

"Scaramucci was livid last night after some of his financial information was leaked, so he went on Twitter and seemingly blamed Chief of Staff Reince Priebus for the leak," Corden explained. "But then he deleted the tweet later, which is a great start for a communications director."

"Now, I don't know," Corden continued. "Reince Priebus might be the leak, Scaramucci might be the lying... Only one thing is certain: I can't spell either of their names. 'Reince Priebus was leaking' sounds like a medical condition."

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