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Larry Kudlow to Newsmax TV: 'I Hit Newsmax First'

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By    |   Thursday, 25 April 2019 08:54 PM

Larry Kudlow, a former Reagan administration official who later worked in cable news before joining the Trump White House last year, told Newsmax TV the first place he checks the news in the morning is Newsmax.

"I hit Newsmax first in the morning. First in the morning. Fastest rundown of the news. I really mean it," Kudlow told Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy during an in-depth interview at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building.

"And you change your headlines very quickly, so it's a great news index for me. Thank you, Chris Ruddy."

Kudlow is President Donald Trump's director of the National Economic Council.

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