Ryan Lizza

New Yorker magazine / Georgetown University

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Ryan Lizza is Washington correspondent for the New Yorker magazine and an adjunct lecturer at Georgetown University. 

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New Yorker reporter Ryan Lizza describes his conversation with Anthony Scaramucci.

Trumpcare dead again, Ryan Lizza tells all

New Yorker reporter Ryan Lizza describes his conversation with Anthony Scaramucci.

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Donald Trump may be in the White House because he promised to "shake up Washington."  But did that mean capsizing basic institutions?

President Trump and the 'business' of government

Donald Trump may be in the White House because he promised to "shake up Washington."  But did that mean capsizing basic institutions?

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Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway was already in the unenviable position of defending her boss on TV after the infamous Access Hollywood tape came out last Friday.

Who is Kellyanne Conway?

Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway was already in the unenviable position of defending her boss on TV after the infamous Access Hollywood tape came out last Friday.

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