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Anthony Scaramucci reveals he wet the bed until he was 11 years old


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Anthony Scaramucci reveals he wet the bed until he was 11 years old in a demo reel for his failed talk show The Mooch’s Table

  • Anthony Scaramucci attempted to host his own talk show The Mooch’s Table
  • In a promotional demo reel, he is seen sitting at a dinner table with Stormy Daniel’s attorney Michael Avenatti, rapper Saigon and radio host Karen Hunter
  • He confessed to them that he wet the bed until he was 11 years old  
  • The former White House communications director’s embarrassing admission was not enough to sell the show to a network

Anthony Scaramucci has made quite the on-camera confession – revealing he was a bed-wetter until 11 years old.

The former White House communications director made the embarrassing admission during a three-minute demo reel for his failed talk show The Mooch’s Table.

The video obtained by the New York Post shows Scaramucci sitting at a dinner table with Stormy Daniel’s attorney Michael Avenatti, rapper Saigon and radio host Karen Hunter, where he confessed: ‘I did wet the bed until I was 11years old.’

‘Lots of anxiety in the house and that’s what happens,’ he continued.

In a promotional demo reel for his failed talk show, Anthony Scaramucci admits he wet the bed until he was 11 year old 

Unfortunately for the Mooch, his revelation wasn’t enough to get the talk show off the ground. 

‘The show didn’t go anywhere,’ a Scaramucci spokesman said. ‘It just didn’t sell.’

The 54-year-old seems to be reveling in his newfound fame following his 10-day stint in the White House last year.

‘One of the cool things about my fall from grace at the White House,’ Scaramucci said, ‘was that these sons of b****** made me quite famous.’ 

At one point, the failed TV personality said on the show: ‘You can buy a bar of Trump soap. If you want to wash your a** with his face – no problem.’

He is now keeping himself in the public eye by promoting a new off-Broadway cabaret show inspired by Donald Trump and his family. 

The 1st Annual Trump Family Special opens in New York on September 13 in New York City.

‘I think they’d find this very funny,’ Scaramucci said of the first family. ‘They know how to take a joke.’   

Though this was a failed attempt becoming a TV personality, its highly unlikely this is that last you’ll be hearing of the Mooch.

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