Anthony Scaramucci Reveals 'Nervous Tic' That Shows Trump Is Feeling The Heat Right Now

Former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci flagged former President Donald Trump’s “nervous tic” that’s a sign of his outlook as the jury began deliberations in his New York hush money case on Wednesday.

Mother Teresa could not beat these charges,” the former president told reporters outside the courtroom, while moving his hands together and apart. It was Trump’s latest comparison of himself to a famousfigure.

“If you see that accordion move that he’s doing right there, that’s a nervous tic of his,” Scaramucci, a staunch Trump critic since a 10-day gig as his White House communications director in 2017, said in an appearance on “The Hill on NewsNation” podcast.

“And so, when he gets upset, he always goes to the accordion move and so that’s a tell that he’s bummed out,” he added.

Scaramucci said he’s “pretty confident” Trump’s lawyers told the former president that — with the way Judge Juan Merchan instructed the jury — it’s going to be “very tough” for them not to come back with some guilty verdicts among the 34 counts he faces.

“And so I think he’s preparing his base and he’s preparing himself, mentally, for a potential guilty [verdict] ... if he gets off, then he’s better than Mother Teresa,” Scaramucci said.

He added that Trump is upset and “you can see it in his face.” However, he said he doesn’t think the trial will have a “big impact” on the November election.