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Pointed Pins: How Pundit Jill Wine-Banks Sends Political Messages with Her Brooches

In 1973, when MSNBC legal analyst Jill Wine-Banks went by the name Jill Wine Volner, she was an assistant special Watergate prosecutor working for Leon Jaworski, who was investigating a rat’s nest of criminal shenanigans emanating from Richard Nixon’s White House. B…

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