The interview … This interview, by Trump’s communications director Anthony Scaramucci, is probably NSFW. So if you have a language filter at work, you may not want to open it there. But you SHOULD read it. The Mooch, as he apparently likes to be called, opened up on both Reince Priebus and Steve Bannon. The Mooch apologized for the “colorful language” but not the essence of what he was saying.
There’s audio … Ryan Lizza, whom the Mooch called, claims that the interview was recorded and there was audio, to prove the Mooch knew the conversation was “on the record.” Was this a “rookie” mistake by Scaramucci? It’s hard for the administration to even hint that this was media bias.
Does teaching the American Dream “hurt kids”? … Our friends at NewsBusters highlight a piece from the Atlantic that makes the case that teaching the “American Dream” is harmful to children. The Atlantic praises teachers who teach their kids to be “community organizers” and pressure the government to give them stuff.
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No take-backsies … The tweets accusing John McCain of arising from his death bed to kill Americans by killing Obamacare really aged well. NewsBusters had a roundup of the media types who were tweeting that earlier this week.
Virtually no coverage of call for Comey/Clinton special counsel … I know yesterday was a very busy day full of news. But you’d think that more than just Heavy.com and CNBC would cover that the House Judiciary Committee’s GOP members requested the appointment of a special counsel to investigate Hillary Clinton, James Comey, and Loretta Lynch. That would not fit into the Russia Russia Russia narrative.
Going live … I had much more to say on last night’s vote to kill Obamacare repeal in a Facebook Live earlier today. Check it out. I explain how Obamacare repeal has been failure theater from the start and tackle the media’s role in perpetuating the myth that the GOP was ever going to repeal this law.
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Robert Eno is the director of research for Conservative Review. He is a conservative from deep blue Massachusetts but now lives in Greenville, SC. If you see something you’d like him to cover, tweet him @robeno.