From The Hill:
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) appears to have taken a new approach to getting some good ink for his causes: old-fashioned bribery.
Historically, the politicians are the ones who are accused of taking bribes. Reid changed it up on Monday, though, when he interrupted a reporter from National Public Radio — a man who clearly just wanted to ask a question about war funding.
“Public radio — I won’t tell you how much I sent in, but I sent some money in,” Reid said, proving himself by then rattling off the phone number to WAMU 88.5 FM.
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