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Kate Hudson Was Ahead Of You On The Scaramucci 'How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days' Jokes

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Fourteen years ago, Kate Hudson starred in the now-classic romantic comedy How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days, a great American movie. The film was released in February 2003, eight months before then-businessman Donald Trump commenced filming on the first season on The Apprentice.

On Monday, now-President Donald Trump removed Anthony Scaramucci from his post as White House communications director after a mere 10 days. The loss of said guy in 10 days "convulsed an already chaotic White House," according to the New York Times—and sent countless Americans spiraling into early aughts nostalgia, according to The Internet.

A mere hour and a half had passed from the New York Times' tweet breaking the news before actress Kate Hudson was on it, uploading a Photoshopped version of the movie poster to Instagram:

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God bless America. How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days is unfortunately not available for streaming on Netflix, but can be watched on iTunes or Amazon Video, with rental prices starting at $2.99.

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