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American journalist and writer who is known for co-hosting the show The Circus on Showtime as well as hosting the daytime program Now with Alex Wagner on MSNBC. She is also known for having been the co-anchor of CBS This Morning Saturday from 2016 until 2018 and works as the senior editor for The Atlantic magazine.
She attended Brown University where she graduated in 1999. She majored in Art History and Literature. She started her career as a cultural correspondent for the Center for American Progress before becoming editor-in-chief of The Fader Magazine in 2003. She then started her career as a White House correspondent for Politics Daily under the AOL News brand.
She is known for having written and published the book Futureface in April of 2018 which details her Burmese American ancestry.
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"Undocumented residents and even green-card holders may fear that filling out the census could put them at risk of deportation and decide its better not to be counted at all."
"Politicians dont expect the argument of the day to infiltrate restaurants, but of course they do, because were all human beings."
"Network reporters dont go to the field anymore. The local news has been gutted."
"My father's family didn't really know much about our ancestry. I mean, they had the story that I think a lot of white Americans have, which is, well, we came from Europe. And we arrived here."
"What is nearly certain is that Donald Trump did not consider himself a feminist in the way-back 80s, nor was he making these hiring decisions, particularly, to shatter any glass ceilings."