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'Fire And Fury' Author Says CNN Host Doing "Job Of The White House"

Fire and Fury author Michael Wolff was giving his umpteenth promotional TV interview this morning when things turned testy with CNN host Michael Smerconish, with the author accusing the host of “doing the job of the White House.” 474 more words

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Smerconish: Not sure this is end for Franken


CNN’s Michael Smerconish says he thinks Senator Al Franken’s announcement that he will resign from the Senate in the coming weeks may not be “the end” and Franken may be waiting to see the results of the Alabama Senate race before he resigns. 8 more words

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Michael Smerconish locked out of his Facebook page, in a "purgatory"

CNN Saturday morning anchor Michael Smerconish revealed a quandry: he is locked out of his own Facebook page. Instead of going live on Facebook like he typically does before his CNN show, he had to settle for a taped video instead. 74 more words

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Bill O'Reilly's 'Smerconish' Stop Scrubbed After CNN Dings FNC For 'Hannity' Visit

To the surprise of no one, but the disappointment of all Reporters Who Cover Television, Michael Smerconish reported this morning that Bill O’Reilly will not be his CNN show guest on Saturday after all. 413 more words

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Price Gouging During a Disaster Is Good

distribution after the storm becomes much more random when the prices are not allowed to rise.

Excellent interview by Michael Smerconish of Don Boudreaux, a Senior Fellow with the F.

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Bill O'Reilly Launches Webcast With Help From CNN's Michael Smerconish; Promises CNN Appearance

Bill O’Reilly was back in a suit and “on the air” via webcast on his website Wednesday night, after having previously launched a “No Spin News” daily podcast in April, following his firing from Fox News Channel. 489 more words

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Carter Page: 'I literally have never done anything wrong in Russia'

Ahead of President Trump’s first face-to-face meeting with Vladimir Putin, former campaign national security adviser Carter Page expressed frustration over the media’s portrayal of the Russian president. 305 more words

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