Anthony Scaramucci, the financier who served a 10-day stint as the Director of Communications for President Donald Trump's White House in July 2017, will speak at a luncheon in Tuscaloosa in April.

The University of Alabama College Republicans announced Monday that Scaramucci will speak at the Pavillion at Cypress Inn at noon on April 8.

The conservative organization is selling three tiers of tickets to the event -- Bronze Tickets, which grant general admission to the luncheon, Silver Tickets, which also include a meet-and-greet, a photo opportunity and a book by Scaramucci, and the very limited Gold Tickets, which include all of the above and a seat at Scaramucci's table during the luncheon.

The tickets costs $30, $60 and $150, respectively.

Scaramucci's time in Trump's White House was short and tempestuous.

He was appointed to replace former communications director Sean Spicer on July 21, 2017, but after giving an expletive-ridden interview to the New Yorker and having several public clashes with other members of the administration, Scaramucci was fired just 10 days after his appointment.