Lowering the bar ... again
Reporter who interrupted Obama takes political business in U.S. to new low
If a reporter from an ideologically-anchored publication interrupts a President by shouting out questions right in the middle of his statement and it’s unprecedented, will some partisans immediately rush to his side to defend him and claim this is the way real, respectable, professional journalists operate? Yep.
Will all his fellow partisans defend him? Happily: Nope. But once again the bar has been lowered on how political business is conducted in the United States — lowered so far that the sharks are now ordering Bloody Marys.
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