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In 20 years of doing this, I've never had a phone conversation like that,' he told David Remnick on the The New Yorker Radio Hour podcast.'I got off the phone and just sort of stood there silently...
She writes about couples who swing, couples who have chosen to be, in the term coined by the sex columnist Dan Savage, “monogamish,” and couples who have expanded into “triads,” “quads,” or “polyamorous pods.” (Those interested in a more comprehensive taxonomy of such arrangements may wish to consult “It’s Called ‘Polyamory,’ ” by [our very own activists!Among the various attacks at other White House staff members made by The Mooch, the two can be heard laughing and joking with each other, and that even though both use the term 'buddy', Lizza insists they are not friends.The tone between the financier and the reporter seems quite jovial and even light-hearted in spite of the fateful consequences.Among the profanity-laden insults, the two can be heard laughing and joking with each other and calling each other 'buddy'.In the July 26, phone call, Scaramucci called former White House Chief of Staff Reince Preibus (pictured, July 14), a 'f*****g paranoid schizophrenic' and a 'c**k blocker and accused him of leaking his financial information to Pro Publica'[Terms like] "Off-the record" and "background" are bargains between a source and a journalist,' he said.'As I told him frankly the next day when I called him to tell him we were publishing this: "You speak for the most powerful institution in the world.Why do people cheat — even those in happy marriages?
Do our romantic expectations of marriage set us up for betrayal?
So I’m asking you, as an American patriot, to give me a sense of who leaked it. This is gonna get cleaned up very shortly because I nail these guys.
L: The only thing I can tell you is it's two people in the White House who wouldn’t lie to me. I got digital fingerprints on everything they’ve done from the FBI and from the f*****g Department of Justice. Before the story was published, Lizza said he called Scaramucci and said: 'You speak for the most powerful institution in the world.
' While Scaramucci’s behavior and language were shocking to many, even by Trump’s standards, Lizza believes that his appointment followed a familiar pattern.
He said before the speech, he called Scaramucci to let him know.
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