PUBLISHED: 10:00, Sun, Nov 1, 2020 | UPDATED: 10:15, Sun, Nov 1, 2020
Tuesday's election sees the pair face off across all 50 US states as they vie for the 270 electoral college votes required to put them in the White House. Many analysts have suggested this time around, the result may not even be known for several days, with a large number of postal ballots needing to be counted. However, Mr Scaramucci, who was Mr Trump's Director of Communications for 11 days in 2017, believes the outcome may be clear much more quickly.
Mr Scaramucci, who is now fiercely critical of Mr Trump, and who is backing his opponent, told Express.co.uk: "I think it is all about Florida - they are going to let you know who won Florida pretty fast.
"Most of that early voting is already in so last time Florida reported by 9 or 10 o'clock.
"So if Florida goes to Joe Biden, then the President can prepare his concession speech."
Mr Trump beat Hillary Clinton in 2016, despite the former First Lady winning three million more votes - and Mr Scaramucci said his former boss needs to hold on to all the battleground states which he won four years ago in order to pull off another against-the-odds victory.
He said: "He can't lose Florida or Pennsylvania. It's a narrow path.
Donald Trump will have to prepare his concession speech if he loses Florida, said Anthony Scaramucci (Image: GETTY)
Joe Biden speaks at a rally in Florida (Image: PA)
"On the other hand, there are four or five paths for the Vice-President."
Florida, with its 29 electoral college votes, has played a key role in several US elections, and was at the centre of massive controversy in 2000 when George W Bush won it by 537 votes out of more than six million case.
Mr Biden currently leads in the Sunshine State by a wafer-thin 1.2 percent margin, according to the RCP Average, compiled by the Real Clear Politics website using the latest polls.
Mr Scaramucci said: "I would rather be the Vice-President than President Trump right now."
"I also think that with COVID-19 cases surging in places like Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, that's not good news for President Trump."
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