Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci is working on a sitcom tentatively titled "Attack of the Swamp Monsters."
TMZ had reported earlier this month that the concept was an outsider assuming power in Washington, D.C. "to the great dismay of longtime political hacks who go straight for the jugular."
More recently, in a video taken by TMZ outside of his New York City restaurant, Scaramucci said of the sitcom: "It's very early, but I think there's a lot of fun content."
"These guys were trying to knock me out, I'm a Wall Street entrepreneur, they're all in the political class," he added. "I like to tell people how I really feel, I'm very honest. These guys like to run around like little rats and backstab each other. That's not me."
Scaramucci appeared Monday night on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," where he joked about his brief, 10-day tenure at the White House.
"I didn't think I'd last too long," he said. "But I thought I'd last longer than a carton of milk."