In the hours since Anthony "The Mooch" Scaramucci was fired as White House communications director a mere 10 days after his hiring, potential reasons for his ouster are rushing into light.
One such reason came as a sidenote from NBC News, who along with their article about Scaramucci's abrupt departure tweeted that their "source also says women in admin, including Ivanka and Melania Trump, were 'disgusted' by Scaramucci's language."
Prior to NBC's aside on Twitter, MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle speculated that Ivanka may have taken issue with Scaramucci's language.
In her first presser since Scaramucci's firing, Sarah Huckabee Sanders also blamed The Mooch's foul language as the impetus for President Donald Trump firing him.
Both Ivanka and Melania, notably, had different tunes when it was Trump's indelicate language that made headlines.
After Trump's infamous "pussy grabbing" tape went public during his presidential campaign last fall, Melania dismissed her husband's comments as "boys talk," while Ivanka claimed Trump apologized to her and their family for the sexist gaffe.