The former White House communications director, who was fired after just 10 days, told Stephen Colbert on Monday that there's more swamp to drain in the nation's capital. When Colbert asked The Mooch if he believed Bannon leaked confidential information to the public, he responded, "I said he was and I obviously got caught on tape saying he was, so I have no problem saying that."
When asked if he thinks Bannon could also get the boot from the administration, The Mooch said, "That's up to the president."
"If it was up to me he would be gone, but it's not up to me," he added.
The Mooch tweeted a photo of his appearance on "The Late Show" after the taping Monday evening and called the show "the Lion's Den."
TooFab recently spoke with CNN anchor Don Lemon about The Mooch's appearance on Colbert, and while he knew the CBS late-night host wouldn't be afraid to grill his guest, Lemon would love the former White House communications director to appear on his show as well.
"Stephen Colbert is a great interviewer and you know, The Mooch is a great interviewee," he said.
As for what Lemon would ask The Mooch if he was given the opportunity, the "CNN Tonight" host would ask what it's like to have 15 minutes of fame and what he would change if he could do it all over again.