Former White House communications director Anthony ScaramucciAnthony ScaramucciFor our Divider-In-Chief, it’s all about the ratings Scaramucci: Trump 'controls the news cycle,' should tone down rhetoric Scaramucci: Trump 'should probably dial down the lying' MORE used a variety of dance moves to illustrate what his short stint working in President TrumpDonald John TrumpDeath toll in Northern California wildfire rises to 48: authorities Graham backs bill to protect Mueller Denham loses GOP seat in California MORE's administration was like. 

"This is interpretive dance, also known as 'Mooch moves,' for my time in the White House," Scaramucci said in a video published by The New York Post on Monday. 

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The former White House aide goes on to interpret his 11 days in the White House with a mix of dance moves.

Scaramucci says the theme for his first day in the position was "cleaning house" and acts as if he is sweeping a broom in the clip. 

He goes on to describe his second day as the one where he took "an ax to the tree of leaking" as he swings an imaginary ax. 

Other themes referenced the many television and radio appearances he made during his first week in the position. He also describes his seventh day on the job as an "avalanche," denoting the fallout from the profane attacks he lobbed against former White House officials Stephen Bannon and Reince PriebusReinhold (Reince) Richard PriebusTrump chief of staff clashes with first lady, may be on way out: NBC Scaramucci uses dance moves to interpret time working at White House Republican Party chief to serve second term at Trump’s request MORE

He later concludes the clip by getting down on one knee and clasping his hands together to describe his feeling of relief after Trump dismissed him. 

"Day 12, thank you God that it's over," he said.

The dance moves from Scaramucci come just one day before his new book, "Trump, the Blue-Collar President" is released.

Scaramucci was ousted from his job as White House communications director in July 2017 after a tumultuous 11-day stint. At the time, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that Scaramucci "felt it was best to give chief of staff John KellyJohn Francis KellyMORE a clean slate and the ability to build his own team.”