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John Oliver the host of 'Last Week Tonight' recently called out Sinclair Broadcasting. According to uproxx.com, "This is not the first time Oliver has warned about the dangers of Sinclair, which Jared Kushner struck a deal with in 2016 to run his father-in-law's interviews. This time Oliver zeroes in on Sinclair's Chief Political Analyst, former Trump campaign adviser, and inexplicably 35-year-old Boris Epshteyn, who carried a lot of weight with the company."

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