Dan Dimauro

director of “The Swamp”

Guest

Director of "Get Me Roger Stone" and “The Swamp."

Dan Dimauro on KCRW

Filmmakers Morgan Pehme and Dan DiMauro paint a powerful portrait of the role of money and special interests in Washington, and how deep and murky that influence is.

‘The Swamp’ documentary shows how lobbyists and money influence Washington

Filmmakers Morgan Pehme and Dan DiMauro paint a powerful portrait of the role of money and special interests in Washington, and how deep and murky that influence is.

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Republican Roger Stone has popped up in almost every infamous moment in the party’s last 40 years, including Watergate, the Florida recount, and this past presidential election.

Meet Roger Stone, the political 'Prince of Darkness'

Republican Roger Stone has popped up in almost every infamous moment in the party’s last 40 years, including Watergate, the Florida recount, and this past presidential election.

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