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New Yorker Fires "Star" Political Reporter Ryan Lizza For "Improper Sexual Conduct"

Remember Ryan Lizza? He is the New Yorker's up and rising, and according to many "star" political reporter - as well as CNN analyst - who rose to prominence in July when he published the full transcript of former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci tirade-laced, offon-the-record phone call, in which the Mooch slammed Bannon (who was “trying to suck [his] own cock”) and Priebus (who is a "fucking paranoid schizophrenic") and which led to Scaramucci's resignation just days after his appointment.

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New Yorker Fires "Star" Political Reporter Ryan Lizza For "Improper Sexual Conduct"

Remember Ryan Lizza? He is the New Yorker's up and rising, and according to many "star" political reporter - as well as CNN analyst - who rose to prominence in July when he published the full transcript of former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci tirade-laced, offon-the-record phone call, in which the Mooch slammed Bannon (who was “trying to suck [his] own cock”) and Priebus (who is a "fucking paranoid schizophrenic") and which led to Scaramucci's resignation just days after his appointment.

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From The Archives: Obama Administration Confirms "No Problem" With Flynn Contacting Foreign Officials

As we detailed yesterday, ABC was forced to retract an epic mistake in their reporting that claimed contact between Trump staff (Flynn) and Russian officials 'druing the campaign' - correcting it to point out that it was in fact 'during the transition'.

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White House Says It Is "Monitoring The Bitcoin Situation"

In the past few days two Federal Reserve presidents have discussed cryptocurrencies and concluded they are "niche" and "don't matter today."

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White House Says It Is "Monitoring The Bitcoin Situation"

In the past few days two Federal Reserve presidents have discussed cryptocurrencies and concluded they are "niche" and "don't matter today."

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Trump Wins: Judge Denies Obama Holdover's Suit Against Mulvaney Running CFPB

In a somewhat unsurprising decision, President Trump won a legal fight over who gets to run the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (at least for now).

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