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Episode 62: Is the Truth About “House of Gucci” More Twisted than We Know?

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This week, Ashley and Mike look at the real, deeply twisted story behind House of Gucci. And speaking of fashion, there’s the incredible true tale of Christian Dior’s Nazi-fighting little sister. Plus, we have pro tips on how to nail Thanksgiving dinner. You’ll find all this and much more in this week’s Morning Meeting

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