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Betsy Rothstein Gossip blogger
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Quote of the Day:

“Confused drunk college girl from Minnesota on the Metro just now was convinced I was on season two of House of Cards.”

Roll Call‘s Niels Lesniewski.

Reporters annoyed they can’t see Hillary’s Scooby Doo van

“Cable news, if you’re going to spend all fucking day talking about #Hillary’s #scoobyvan, send a reporter to get a picture of it.” — The Daily Banter‘s White House correspondent Tommy Christopher.

“A reporter moved in next door to Sarah Palin in Alaska just so he could spy on her, but we can’t get a picture of Hillary’s van?” — The Federalist‘s Sean Davis.

A little trash talk

CNN’s Peter Hamby: “Nothing needs a spell check more than Sean Spicer’s Twitter feed.”

RNC’s Communications Director Sean Spicer: “Aint that the trooth.”

Richard Grenell gets emotional about Suzanne Somers 

“I’m not happy that @SuzanneSomers is no longer on @DancingABC. She is an American treasure.” — perpetual media critic Richard Grenell.

The Observers

“Word on the street is that Kasich could get in this thing which would really make the prezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.” — RedState‘s Ben Howe.

“Likability is key. Especially in this age of social media, video, etc. Pass on boring. #2016.” — Jedediah Bila, TV analyst, host FNC.


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Some friendly advice 

“Text someone and tell them that you’re glad they exist. Could be just what they need to hear.” — BuzzFeed reporter Tracy Clayton.

SURPRISE! Wesley Lowery has hateful feelings toward the media 

“The media is the worst.” — WaPo‘s Wesley Lowery in reaction to The Daily Beast‘s Olivia Nuzzi‘s hatred of the media decrying the behavior of ‘the media.’ She linked to this story by NYT’s Mark Leibovich involving the media covering Sen. Marco Rubio‘s presidential candidacy.

Uh oh, where’s Charles C. Johnson? 

“Sorry I have been quiet. I’m working on some stuff.” — GotNewsCharles Johnson.

A day in a journo’s life: ‘Hey pervert’ 

“Hey pervert, stop obsessing over everyone’s junk. Being a normal human being isn’t difficult, @TomAdelsbach.” — TheBlazeDana Loesch. Adelsbach is a self-described “liberal” graphic designer in Wheaton, Ill.