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Dylan Ratigan
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Commentator
    (April 19, 1972- )
    Born in Saranac Lake, New York
    Hosted MSNBC's 'The Dylan Ratigan Show'
    Financial news reporter for Bloomberg and CNBC programming ('Fast Money' and 'Closing Bell')
    He's compared to 'ambitious reformer' Theodore Roosevelt in his official bio.
    On his show, he delivered his commentary with awkward pauses.
    He is known for being brash, yelling, pounding his fists, frequent outbursts, etc.
    While discussing Republican opposition to health care reform, he said 'the right doesn't care if half the country dies.'
    During an interview, Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz told him 'You're asking your own questions and answering them. You could be your own guest.'
    He became outraged with the corporate greed he saw while covering financial news.
    He tapped into 'mainstreet' anger when he called the Federal Reserve a 'con job' on his show.
    He earned praise for having one of the few cable news shows dedicated to intelligent and lively debate on economic policies and issues.
    He argued that the Democratic and Republican parties were both corrupted by Wall Street money.
    He kicked a Tea Party organizer off his show when the organizer refused to condemn the racist comments and Nazi comparisons made by some Tea Partiers.

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