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I help people who have suffered loss and are grieving.Breitbart News’s Machiavellian publicist, former GOP congressional aide Kurt Bardella, has chosen the upscale venue for our meeting.“It’s not like it’s fun for me,” Boyle continues concerning his combative M. Along with ever-present bottles of his favorite sugary, caffeine-infused soft drink, plus a river of hot coffee from Dunkin’ Donuts, it adds up to a perfect storm of unhealthy living.“I’m highly caffeinated at all times,” Boyle declares.Breitbart News Executive Chairman Steve Bannon—tagged as “the most dangerous political operative in America” by Bloomberg Businessweek’s Joshua Green—has had his eye on the hyperkinetic Boyle since 2011, when the American University journalism school dropout joined the staff of The Daily Caller and began posting rabble-rousing stories on the conservative website.Menendez was later indicted by the feds on unrelated corruption charges, although the FBI stated in a court filing that it found some “corroboration” for the still-unproven sex allegations—which Boyle took as vindication.“I think he has more chosen the straitlaced reporter role,” says Johnson. He didn’t do that, though.”Boyle’s ideological epiphany, if that’s what it was, occurred with the explosion of the Tea Party movement in early 2010, when he was co-editor of The Gargoyle, the campus newspaper of Flagler College in St. Curious about widespread news reports that tea partiers displayed a racist streak in their ad hominem trashing of the nation’s first black president, Boyle attended a Tea Party rally in St.“I think his dislike of the Washington establishment comes not from an ideological point of view, but more from a temperamental dislike. Augustine—and freelanced his first story for The Daily Caller.