This stuff is hard; you have to think of s—- to say.
It would be easier to dismiss [Hoboken Mayor Dawn] Zimmer if not for the bridge closure. And it would be easier to explain away the bridge closure if not for Zimmer. That’s the problem for Christie: These stories are beginning to build. Each new revelation makes the past scandals more believable — and more damaging. And each new story intensifies the media’s efforts to find more. The problem for Christie isn’t what his aides did. It’s what they thought he wanted them to do.
“I’m gonna kill that f—king guy. I’m telling you, it’s first-degree murder. … “I’ll rip his f—king throat out. I’ll poke his eyes out… . I’ll make sure that motherf—ker’s dead.”
This entire thing has to eventually end with Ford looking directly into a camera and saying: “The Aristocrats.” No?
I behaved badly. That may seem obvious to you but it’s taken me a long time to admit that, even to myself. For years I was so viciously attacked by the media and the world that I felt like a victim. I now realize that the attacks are actually beside the point. The point is: I behaved badly.
Weiner’s communications director Barbara Morgan … went off on a curse-filled rant about [Olivia] Nuzzi, describing her as a fame hungry “bitch” who “sucked” at her job. Morgan also called Nuzzi a “slutbag,” “twat,” and “cunt” while threatening to sue her.
There was the time when he called his 20 interns into a cramped office, and boasted that if we told him our names and one fact about ourselves, he could correctly identify all of us. He went around the room, then went back to the first intern, and tried to remember her name.
“Monica,” he said. No, it was Stephanie.
Then he called me “Monica.” Wrong again.
He got the next three interns’ names wrong, and then called the whole thing off.
You can’t make this stuff up.
No one who’s profiled Abedin has really bothered to tell why we should like her.
I said that other texts and photos were likely to come out, and today they have.