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Josh Barro Switches Parties: 'Fk It. I'm Out'

The above video is from August, proof that this has been at least a few months coming. Business Insider and frequent MSNBC panelist Josh Barro announced Sunday that he is switching parties and becoming a Democrat. The reason is largely Donald Trump. And the timing of it is based on New York's party change deadline: A lot of these pieces are going to get written after November 8, but New York's absurdly early party-change deadline made move early.
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