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You really don’t want to see “billions of dollars of wealth disappearing before your eyes on live television” while the Treasury secretary is delivering an address.
The New Yorker If you’re looking for wisdom on how to handle the political transition or what to think of the last eight years, The New Yorker doesn’t deliver.
Either way, it seems strangely out of step with upcoming news of the week.
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