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The Most Difficult Job In Journalism Can Now Be Witnessed On Cable News

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The Most Difficult Job In Journalism Can Now Be Witnessed On Cable News

The Most Difficult Job In Journalism Can Now Be Witnessed On Cable News

Former Republican member of the House of Representative Sean Duffy began work as as one of CNN's paid contributors.

According to Politico, he's expected to defend President Donald Trump.

But defending Trumpism on CNN is more perilous than taking the beach at Normandy.

Trump’s paid TV surrogates are consistently setting themselves on fire, or are slowly ghosted from CNN’s airwaves.

Duffy accused Ukrainian-born Lt.

Col.

Alexander Vindman of dual loyalty, questioning his patriotism.

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