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May 23, 2018

Today’s guest has been seen wearing a suit colored in question marks while yelling at a camera about free government money. Matthew Lesko is a best-selling author, appears regularly on network television shows and travels the country appearing on virtually every newscast in the top 100 markets.

His stage antics, as well as his sound consumer advice has made him a favorite guest on Larry King Live, Good Morning America, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Jay Leno, Letterman and The Today Show.

Matthew Lesko has published over 100 books showing everyday people how to get free services and products from the federal government. He has had two New York Times best-sellers and two national best-sellers, Getting Yours and Information USA.

In addition, Lesko has twice made the prestigious "Best Reference Book of the Year" lists from the American Library Association and has written syndicated consumer columns for Good Housekeeping, The New York Times and The Chicago Tribune.

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