Pete Giovine

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Pete Giovine on KCRW

“As you know from the Italian expression: ‘the fish stinks from the head down…’ Well, I can tell you two fish that don’t stink, and that’s me and the president.”

Is Anthony Scaramucci playing an Italian-American stereotype?

“As you know from the Italian expression: ‘the fish stinks from the head down…’ Well, I can tell you two fish that don’t stink, and that’s me and the president.”

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