We spotted Bill Kristol, founder and Editor of The Weekly Standard, entering Reagan National Airport around 10:20 a.m Monday. He was wearing a dark blue suit with a lighter blue button-up shirt.
He was alone and wheeling one medium-sized piece of luggage. The blank expression on his face as well as his casual stroll indicated he was neither in a rush nor late for his flight.
We did our best to snap a photograph of Kristol to prove we really did see him. But, as fate would have it, he hopped on one of those conveyor belts that sends you speeding across the airport’s long halls, even if you are only walking at a leisurely pace. We were unable to catch up and the chase left us breathless near passenger check in.
– EDDIE SCARRY
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