A pornography site offered former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci $500,000 on Monday to oversee its communications strategy.

CamSoda Vice President Darren Press made an offer of employment to Scaramucci hours after he was relieved of his White House duties Monday afternoon, according to a copy of the letter released Tuesday.

"Similar to your previous role, you'll be required to give daily press briefings on an assortment of topics ranging in material — everything from the positives of safe sex to the best positions for people to try to even a quick rundown of upcoming cam shows that will be featured on our platform, touting the impressive roster of models we have," Press wrote.

CamSoda was founded in 2014 and features live broadcasts from professional and amateur pornstars.

Press asked Scaramucci to consider the "millions" of people around the world he could reach from the new platform on behalf of "virtual reality and remote sex, aka teledildonics."

The company also tried to lure Scaramucci with a new security feature, "dick-ometrics, a biometric security offering that utilizes the penis to ensure a secure login."

Scaramucci did not accept a salary while serving in the White House for 10 days.