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‘Mooch’ was never hungry for dinner with Chicago banker accused of bribing Paul Manafort for Trump job

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NEW YORK — A Chicago banker accused of plying Trump fixer Paul Manafort with $16 million in loan offers in hope of getting a high-level government job couldn’t even get “The Mooch” to mooch a dinner from him. Anthony “The Mooch” Scaramucci — a Trump aide who lasted 11 days as White House Communications Director — testified Tuesday at the Manhattan Federal Court bribery trial of Chicago banker Stephen Calk, 54, that he didn’t take Calk seriously as a job candidate. Scaramucci — who after the 2016 election worked on Trump’s transition team — blew off Calk’s phone calls. “Any chance I can take yo…

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