Quote of the Day:
“To commemorate this very special day in US politics, I drove across town during a Metro shutdown and paid a lady to stick needles in my neck.” — Megan McArdle, columnist, Bloomberg View.
Reporter threatens her coworkers for being thieves
“Whoever ate my lunch … I will find you.” — Washington Examiner‘s Kelly Cohen.
Politico reporter shamed for saying Hillary was shouting
“Got 300 finger wagging tweets and some sort of online campaign 2 shame me cos I tweeted that Hillary was shouting last nite. Which she was.” — Politico‘s Glenn Thrush.
Don’t hate me because I’m so right
“I’m sorry that what I told you a month ago was right. That isn’t a reason to hate me. Facts are facts, they don’t care about your feelings.” — Chris Loesch, husband to conservative radio’s Dana Loesch.
Olivia Nuzzi nabbed for smoking
“Being a female reporter is a delight,” she wrote, after receiving this:
“@scottienhughes Do you have a professional email address? Would like to get comment from you re: Your appearance tonight on CNN.” — Washington Examiner‘s T. Becket Adams.
Reporter threatens to send a picture of his genitals
“To send the dick pic or not to send the dick pic to The Intercept ‘reporter’ that is the question.” — Charles C. Johnson, editor, GotNews. He wrote this in response to The Intercept‘s Sam Knight, who kind of baited him.
“Trump stands next to man who allegedly attacked reporter, calls press disgusting, doesn’t take questions at ‘press conference.'” — The New Yorker‘s Ryan Lizza.
Yes. They can all get along.
“Behind the scenes on @CNN @AC360. We may not agree but we can still get along! @JeffJlpa1 @MargaretHoover.” — Tara Setmayer, CNN political commentator.