Politico‘s Editor-in-Chief John Harris is holding a staff meeting to sketch out the year ahead. The meeting, originally scheduled for today, has been moved to Wednesday due to a personal conflict with newsroom leaders. Harris didn’t elaborate. Staff is being given a choice of three time slots. While the meeting isn’t mandatory, employees can sign up for any of the offered times.
We do hope none of the leaders suffering from an Al Roker-related issue. Hey FakeJimVandeHei: Can you live-tweet this thing?
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