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Dr Al Shaprton, Yes, I’m on the phone. I’ve been doing TV because today’s the opening day of the National Action Network’s convention and the dealing with this fabricated controversy of a 31 year old story. But we expect that every time we have our convention they try to come up with something. Particularly this year since President Obama is speaking Friday and the Attorney General is speaking today, but let me say this, Tom, with all this informant story

Federico “Fritzy” Giovanelli suggested that a reporter look at “the good side” of Sharpton instead of plumbing the reverend’s past. “I feel sorry for him,” Giovanelli laughed. “Here’s a guy who lost a hundred pounds and along comes a Bastone wielding a bastone to ruin things.” In Italian, a “bastone” is a wooden cane.