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Frank Bruni
NYT columnist with weekly newsletter, ; speaker & book author, ; CNN contributor.
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Frank Bruni 23h
I’m talking to , mayor of South Bend and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate
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Join me here on Twitter shortly after 7:30 PM Eastern for a conversation at the with about his new book and his 2020 presidential bid.
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James Martin, SJ Feb 15
I share 's concern with the timing of this incendiary new book, which is bound to, once again, wrongly conflate in many people's minds homosexuality and pedophilia.
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Frank Bruni Feb 15
There is profound hypocrisy among the highest-ranking Vatican officials. But will a new book about that have destructive effects unintended by its author?
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NYT Opinion Feb 15
There's an enormous and seemingly growing tension between the Catholic Church's frequent vilification of gay men and a priesthood dense with them. The sensational new book "In the Closet of the Vatican" may not help, writes .
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Frank Bruni Feb 15
The Vatican is "50 shades of gay" according to a big book that's due out next week and sure to spark intense discussion and debate. I got an advance copy. My column,
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Frank Bruni Feb 14
I’m sorry but how did “Bohemian Rhapsody” get nominated for ANYTHING? Yikes.
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Frank Bruni Feb 14
I’m sorry but how did “Bohemian Rhapsody” get nominated for ANYTHING? Yikes.
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Frank Bruni Feb 13
Politics aficionados in the NYC area: I'll be interviewing the Democratic presidential candidate about his new memoir and his campaign at the Brooklyn Public Library on Monday night. Please join us if you like,
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Frank Bruni Feb 13
Many of us--TOO many of us--underestimated . Never again. Some love for her along with thoughts on sexism in presidential politics in my newsletter,
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Frank Bruni Feb 13
Is Amy Klobuchar an awful boss or just a female one? Thoughts on sexism, Nancy Pelosi and journalists who write gorgeously in this week's edition of my newsletter,
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New Day Feb 13
Trump's "strategy is make-believe," says CNN Contributor , adding that when President Trump "stood on a stage in El Paso, he said 'Crime went way down here after a wall was constructed, after a barrier went up' - that was not remotely true"
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New Day Feb 13
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Joe Scarborough Feb 12
“Consider Nancy Pelosi. She’s having a moment in part because she’s speaking bluntly and not afraid to ruffle feathers. She helped lead the party to triumph last year. She can point the way to an even more important triumph in 2020.” ~⁦
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NYT Opinion Feb 12
Kirsten Gillibrand, eat chicken however you want. Cory Booker, don't invent a language that doesn't exist. There's such a thing as being too eager to please, and Democratic presidential candidates should keep that in mind.
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Frank Bruni Feb 12
The field of Democratic presidential candidates is packed with talent. But it’s also lousy with obsequiousness. And sometimes speaking bluntly and ruffling a few feathers is the winning way. Just look at the moment that Nancy Pelosi is having. My column,
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NYT Opinion Feb 12
Donald Trump gave the impression — or, rather, created the illusion — that he didn't care too much about what people thought. The obsequious pack of Democratic presidential contenders could learn from that.
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The Daily Show Feb 6
“It was a whiplash experience, because there were the moments when he was appealing for unity…and then there were the moments when he was lying.” New York Times op-ed writer reacts to Trump’s tone changes in the State of the Union address:
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NYT Opinion Feb 6
On Tuesday night President Trump said that we Americans must never ignore those who spread anti-Semitism. But he's done worse than that, notes. He has defended and encouraged them.
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Frank Bruni Feb 6
Investigations must stop because unemployment's so low? President Trump sees the world through glasses shaped like dollar signs. This plus Booker v. Trump on the dietary front in my newsletter this week,
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