NY Times’ Frank Bruni on Blurring Line of Opinion and Reporting, Scourge of Writers as Brands

New York Times op-ed columnist Frank Bruni was vacationing in Greece when he learned about Anthony Scaramucci’s now infamous phone call to The New Yorker that cost the former White House communications director his job.

Despite his intention to take a break from work during his vacation, Bruni resolved to spend 90 minutes a day reading the news so as not to fall too far behind by the time he returned to New York.

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