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Sunday, May 15, 2016

Reporters get 44 minutes with Trump and blow it

Imagine if Hillary Clinton deigned to give a gaggle of Washington Post reporters 44 minutes of her time. Imagine what questions they might ask. Benghazi? Email? Clinton Foundation? Private speeches to Wall Street moguls?

Of course not. Softball city. And after 8 years of playing softball with Hillary and Barack Obama, the press in the Washington Post staff is so out of practice in asking tough questions that when it finally has a target to hit approved by Jeff Bezos, the reporters cannot pull it off. They choke. They go full douche.

This happened on Friday. The big nontroversy that day was Trump in 1991 pretended to be his own spokesman named John Miller,

From the Washington Post:
Washington Post reporters who were 44 minutes into a phone interview with Trump about his finances asked him a question about Miller: “Did you ever employ someone named John Miller as a spokesperson?”
The phone went silent, then dead. When the reporters called back and reached Trump’s secretary, she said, “I heard you got disconnected. He can’t take the call now. I don’t know what happened.”
44 minutes.

Let's put that in perspective. A television interview of 44 minutes uninterrupted would take about an hour to air, what with intros and all.

What douche nozzles.

Yes, they may have asked the question hoping he would hang up. But it is rather childish.


  1. Does it matter? I'm thinking NOT.

  2. Every parrot in the pet shop has taken a swing at The Donald, and they haven't even managed to muss his hair.

    Even Pravda in its day had more of a clue than these bozos.

  3. I own a small business and I have pretended to be someone else in order to do competitive reconnaissance. I'm sure it is done by many businessmen for many reasons. As long as it is not being used for legal fraud, there is no big deal. In my book this is a big non-story. The reporters have never run a business or written a paycheck so it is some kind of deep dark mystery to them.

  4. The media has its questions issued by Black Narcissus. They're not allowed to think substantively.

  5. So they will go off haring after this. Which is an absolutely nothing. Hours and hours of time will be spent, proving by geometric logic, that Donald Trump stole the strawberries - I mean, is John Miller - which time cannot be spent actually investigating something substantial.

    There is a toy called a "Busy Box" that parents provide to babies that makes noise and has dials to turn, handles to crank, sliders to slide, buttons to push, things to spin, and so on.

    I think Trump just gave the Washington Post a "Busy Box" and we'll see how good my prediction is over the next few weeks.

    - Mikey NTH

  6. There could be a Pulitzer in this...

  7. There could be a Pulitzer in this...

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