White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said Monday that former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci does not have another job in President Trump's administration "at this time."

"He does not have a role at this time in the Trump administration," she said. When asked if Scaramucci might return to the Export-Import Bank or has a job there, she said, "not at this time."

There were reports that Scaramucci was escorted out of the White House on Monday soon after chief of staff John Kelly told him he was out.

Sanders said President Trump found Scaramucci's profanity-laden comments in a New Yorker interview last week were "inappropriate," but declined to talk in more detail about whether Scaramucci quit or whether he was fired.

"I'm not going to get into the process, tick tock," Sanders said Monday. "Look, as we've said several times before what matters most to us is not whose employed in the White House, but whose employed in the rest of the country and we're focused on the president's agenda."

Scaramucci left his position as communications director on Monday, five days after entering the position.

Sanders denied that the White House was in chaos and indicated that other job changes were not looming on the horizon for senior members of the Trump administration.

"There are no conversations about any Cabinet members moving in any capacity, and the president has 100 percent confidence in all members of his Cabinet," Sanders said Monday.

Trump previously expressed displeasure with Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a member of his Cabinet. Trump told the New York Times earlier this month that he "would have picked somebody else" if Trump had known Sessions would have recused himself from the ongoing Russia investigation.