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Jason Fagone
Reporter . Author of THE WOMAN WHO SMASHED CODES, about the codebreaker Elizebeth Friedman, in paperback now. Newsletter:
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Jason Fagone 10h
Replying to @tressiemcphd
the cover design rules
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The Dr. Tressie McMillan Cottom Oct 26
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Sarah Kendzior 19h
Anyone interested in Trump's early white collar crime years can read the work of Wayne Barrett, , or Spy magazine, which documented it all in real time. Then ask why 1) no one was arrested earlier 2) the media of 2016 wouldn't touch these archived materials 🤔
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Duchess Goldblatt 12h
The brain is encased in a hard candy shell. When you’re having trouble remembering, the thought is having trouble cracking its way out.
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Jason Fagone 12h
Replying to @carigervin
yeah the scene of them rolling into Shanghai with the top down…
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Jason Fagone 12h
😄👋 thanks Eric.
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Jason Fagone 12h
I’m sure a million people wrote about this, but “Crazy Rich Asians” is electric with the feeling of joy, opportunity, and mobility that would be hard to take seriously in a movie about young people in 2018 America
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Toxic 15h
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Jason Fagone 15h
Replying to @glennsolomon
thanks Glenn!
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Glenn Solomon 17h
Looking for some good holiday non-fiction? Here are my top 10 books of 2018 (thx for your work ):
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Jason Fagone 17h
Replying to @dgambacorta
yeah
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Beauty Pill 19h
Behold white supremacy
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Jason Fagone 19h
The president has little nice to say about Democrats with the exception of a few Democrats who have been indicted for political corruption (Blagojevich, Menendez), for whom he has great sympathy and support.
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Elie Honig Dec 16
I worked mafia cases for years in SDNY, mainly Gambino and Genovese. I usually hesitate to make this comparison but here it is completely warranted. This - calling somebody who provides information to law enforcement a “rat” - is straight up mob boss language.
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Michael R. Bromwich 22h
My former colleague Andy McCarthy, one of the President's most steady and articulate defenders, is starting to take the measure of the man he has so vigorously defended. POTUS's language reflects the mentality of an at risk mob boss, not of a President.There is a reason for that.
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Jessica Christian 20h
.'s 2018 Year in Pictures is here! So proud to be a part of this team and working with such an incredible staff. Just look at this beautiful presentation 😍
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Jason Fagone 21h
Replying to @MikeBilow
true. thanks much.
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Jason Fagone 23h
Replying to @FitzTheReporter
And the city is making the decision about what needs to be retained. So we or the public might have a different opinion about what should be retained, but by that point it’s too late, the information has been destroyed.
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Jason Fagone 23h
Replying to @FitzTheReporter
Here’s what they can destroy after 2 years. It’s a lot of stuff. (From the OEWD records retention policy)
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Jason Fagone 23h
Replying to @FitzTheReporter
Ed Lee’s chief of staff was caught destroying his calendars. 2016 story by :
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