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WATCH: CNN’s Chris Cuomo fills in the obscene blanks as Alisyn Camerota reads Scaramucci’s ‘c*ck’ rant

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CNN hosts Chris Cuomo and Alisyn Camerota had an enjoyable morning on Friday as they got to dig into White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci’s vulgar rant delivered to New Yorker’s Ryan Lizza.

As Lizza sat by, Camerota brought viewers up to speed by reading that the more obscene parts of the interview — released Thursday night — prefacing her recital with, “I tried this on air yesterday. it’s not as easy as it looks.”

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“‘Reince is a blanking paranoid schizophrenic paranoiac,” Camerota read as Cuomo inserted “flying” for “f*cking.”

“‘Let me leak this blanking thing and see if I can blank block these people,'” she continued as Cuomo ad-libbed “flipping” for the F-bomb and “check” for “cock.”

A laughing Camerota added, “Chris is doing a great job of being my censor,” before noting Scaramucci, “doesn’t seem to understand the rules of journalism. He wanted you to reveal your sources to him, and he told you you would be a patriotic American if you would. He also doesn’t seem to understand the rules of off the record.”

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