D’Antonio: But isn’t this sort of consistent with the way the game of politics was played by his father and the politicians and the clubhouse people? It’s like, if I bring you into my web of deception, now you’re a part of it. Now, where do you go for redress? You have no options. You have to stay with me and see it through to the end, because I’ve got you as a partner. You’re now colluding with me.
Glasser: So it’s a TV show about a book about a guy who was an invented character.
Glasser: That’s now led to a campaign based on the TV show based on the book.
O’Brien: About a man who’s saying he’s a politician, who could probably never really deliver on everything he’s saying.
D’Antonio: So it’s all about this autobiography, which isn’t auto, and it isn’t a biography—which is, you know, only in America.
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