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Saturday, July 22, 2017

Bunny news?

Boston Herald, this item:

Now that he’s officially submitted his resignation as press secretary, Spicer can make boatloads more money in the private sector. In fact, the owner of a legal brothel in Nevada, The Bunny Ranch, has already made an offer for a spot on his public relations team.

If that job offer doesn’t float his boat, Spicer can always join a cable news outlet as a high-paid commentator. Not a bad gig. Just ask Jason Chaffetz, who recently quit his day job as a U.S. Rep. to join Fox News as a contributor. The pay’s better, with less day-to-day stress doing battle with anti-Trump reporters at the daily White House press briefings.

Spicer tweeted yesterday he’ll stay on as press secretary through August. That’ll give his replacement, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, time to ramp up as well as give newly tapped Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci time to revamp the administration’s overall messaging. A task long overdue.

With Trump’s approval rating lower than any of the last four presidents at the same point in their term — an anemic 38 percent, per Gallup’s latest polling — Trump was smart to shake up his communications team.

Spicer is not the only celeb on the release that got a Bunny Ranch offer. This item:

O.J. Simpson officially has his first post-prison job offer ... from a Nevada brothel who says they're willing to let the juice run loose all over their establishment.

There's just one problem ... some of the working girls at the place have thrown a penalty flag, threatening to quit if O.J. is hired at their place of business.

TMZ Sports talked with Dennis Hof, owner of the Bunny Ranch in Carson City, Nevada, and he told us he's got a position all ready for O.J. when he's released, which could be as early as October 1.

Hof says O.J. would work as a greeter in the establishment, and be able to live on the premises of the ranch as long as he's employed.

"One of the conditions of a prisoner being granted parole is always having an established place to live and a job to go to, and I can offer O.J. both of those in a unique situation."

Now, with that in the recent news, what are you supposed to wonder about the new guy? NBC News reports:

Prior to founding SkyBridge, Scaramucci was the co-founder of Oscar Capital Management and a vice president at Goldman Sachs.

He hasn't previously served in government and dodged questions Friday on how he plans to work with Trump, who often usurps his own communications team. The president, Scaramucci said, is "the best communicator" in the White House.

"I love the president and the president is a very, very effective communicator," Scaramucci said. [...]

Scaramucci was raised in a working-class Italian family in Long Island, New York — not too far from Trump's childhood stomping grounds in Queens, where Scaramucci’s father was a construction worker, according to his book, "Hopping over the Rabbit Hole: How Entrepreneurs Turn Failure into Success."

In the book, Scaramucci recalls working odd jobs to help fund his college education — with his father also pitching in for his schooling — and struggling to balance his working-class roots with big-city dreams.

"Coming from a middle-class Italian American family on Long Island, you were always fighting for people to take you seriously. When someone slighted you, you remembered it," he wrote. "Embarrassment and shame were the worst feelings of all."

Well, despite the "Rabbit Hole" book title, Scaramucci has not been noted as having any Bunny Ranch job offer in line with his skill set, that clearly being a slight and an embarrassment to be remembered.

My favorite Bunny? Rebekah Rabbit, who also is not reported with any Bunny Ranch job offer.

Rebekah Rabbit is distinct from Rebekah Sea Owl, as prey, not predator.

Bunny Background, and the guy never looked better.

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