The wife of ex-White House director of communications Anthony Scaramucci revealed that President Trump prefers a more casual approach when it comes to doing television interviews.
Deidre Scaramucci, whose husband is starring on the second season of “Celebrity Big Brother,” told RADIO.com in an exclusive interview, “Instead of going into the studio, especially now that he’s president, he does these interviews and the little head pops up, and it’s him in a dapper suit and he’s really home, sitting in his underwear.”
Deidre also gave some insight into how she believes her husband will behave while cooped up in a house with his fellow castmates, where cameras watch their every move, 24 hours a day.
After Omarosa’s blabbing about the president on the show’s first season, will "The Mooch" spill more secrets in the "Celebrity Big Brother" house?
“[Anthony is] known to blab, but I think he’ll try to reign, and I don’t think he wants to ruffle any more feathers at the White House than he already has,” she said.
Anthony and Deidre’s RADIO.COM podcast, “Mooch and the Mrs.,” features the couple giving their opinions on the latest in politics and current events, and offers an inside look at their marriage.
Scaramucci, who has a weekly Entercom podcast with Deidre, called, "Mooch and the Mrs.", will be joined by fellow castmates Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte, Lindsay Lohan's mom Dina Lohan, ex-NFL star Ricky Williams, and Grammy nominee and TV personality Tamar Braxton. The show premieres Jan. 21.
The house is outfitted with 80 cameras and over 100 cameras, following around the celebrity guests 24 hours a day.
Ex-White House aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman appeared on the first season.
To listen to "Mooch and the Mrs.," download the RADIO.COM app now.