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' 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.
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.A conversation like that is presumptively on the record and what you said is extremely newsworthy'.Scramucci published the above tweet in return Preibus was let go the day after the story was published, but his replacement was retired four star g Gneral John Kelly.He then accused senior White House strategist Steve Bannon of 'sucking his own c***'.Lizza revealed that he received the phone call at his home at 10.30pm and that, when it ended, he immediately downloaded the audio and titled it 'Insane Scaramucci Interview'.'It was so unusual.Legally, it may have been on the record, but the spirit of it was off. I asked these guys not to leak anything but they can’t help themselves. L: I can’t tell you.[…]S: Okay but you’re an American citizen. S: I don’t want to be profiled L: What you’re trying to do-S: I'm not Steve Bannon. I'm not trying to build my own brand off the president.
And he knew that.' Scaramucci: Who leaked that to you? This is a major catastrophe for the American country. I'm here to serve the country.[...]S: Ok, 'The Mooch' showed up a week ago.
Toward the very end, the article finally gets around to the obvious solution for many: some form of agreed, mutually respectful openness.
Perel herself also treats the obvious as something of an afterthought. Might it not be better to stop fetishizing sexual exclusivity as the sine qua non of happy relationships?
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From the Amazon blurb: "What are we to make of this time-honored taboo — universally forbidden yet universally practiced?
] Tamara Pincus and Rebecca Hiles, a book that provides definitions of, among other things, “designer relationships,” “relationship anarchy,” and the polyamorous “Z.”) Perel praises the efforts of all these non-monogamists “to tackle the core existential paradoxes that every couple wrestles with — security and adventure, togetherness and autonomy, stability and novelty,” and she is careful to remind the squeamish that many of these “romantic pluralists” succeed in maintaining rather higher standards of loyalty and honesty than do their monogamous counterparts.