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MSNBC’s Ruhle: A Recession Would Be ‘Normal’ and ‘OK’

Monday amid rumblings of the United States facing a potential recession, “MSNBC Live” commentator Stephanie Ruhle defended recessions, calling them “a normal part of economic activity.” While the White House is shooting down the notion of an upcoming recession, Ruhle

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Anyone, Anytime, Anyplace: Media Discover Bannon’s Econ Nationalism Msg Resonates with Dems, People of Color

Former Fresno State football coach Pat Hill was known for his “anyone, anytime, anyplace” motto while he was building the school’s program last decade, and former White House Chief Strategist Steve K. Bannon seems to be using Hill’s playbook by taking the message of economic nationalism to all communities and people of all political persuasions and backgrounds. In recent weeks, mainstream media reporters have been discovering that Bannon’s message is winning over Democrats and people of color who take the time to meet with Bannon instead of buying into false stereotypes about him.

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Gabriel Sherman: Those Who Have Bet Against Breitbart, Bannon ‘Have Been Proven Wrong’

Vanity Fair special correspondent Gabriel Sherman told MSNBC anchor Steph Ruhle on Friday that it would be foolish to count Steve Bannon out because those who have bet against Breitbart News and Bannon have repeatedly been proven wrong. Sherman recently traveled with Bannon abroad and across the United States to write the first major profile of Bannon since he left the White House.

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The Scaramucci Show: New Communications Director Unloads Nasty Attack on White House Colleagues to Opposition Party

The new White House communications director called the New Yorker’s Ryan Lizza, a member in good standing in The Opposition Party, on Wednesday evening to blast his co-workers in a rambling rant that was so outrageous and discordant that reporters wondered whether Scaramucci drunk-dialed Lizza, was drunk with power, or, revealing he was unqualified for his communications director job, did not know how to smoothly go on and off the record like Trump skillfully did recently with three New York Times reporters so such inflammatory comments do not reflect badly on his boss.

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