The internet has caught “Mooch” fever — and the only medicine is more memes.
Social media users were putting their Photoshop skills to the test on Monday in wake of Anthony Scaramucci’s removal from his position as White House communications director.
As word spread of his departure, countless people began posting funny GIFs and memes on every platform possible — in the attempt to provide some hilarity amid all the drama.
One of the more popular photo disses was a re-imagining of the 2003 film, “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.”
Instead of Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey’s faces, users were plastering President Trump and Scaramucci’s mugs on the movie poster.
“Box office results are in! The #1 comedy in America!” Hudson jokingly wrote on Instagram, describing one of the Photoshop jobs.
Another popular edit that was making the rounds Monday showed The Post’s “Survivor: White House” cover — but with Scaramucci and Reince Priebus’ pictures crossed out, as if they’d been voted off the island.
“#Scaramucci Bring me your torch,” tweeted Debbie Sideris.
Many people chose to keep it simple, posting Twitter jabs and funny Facebook statuses.
“Mooch didn’t last as long as the tank of gas I have in my car,” tweeted actor Ike Barinholtz.
“Scaramucci was hell bent on outshining Priebus right down to the way he got fired,” wrote Rihiannon Walker.
Actress Grace Parra added, “I can’t believe I’m saying this, but every Kim Kardashian marriage has lasted longer than Scaramucci’s time as WH Comm Dir.”