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Posts Tagged ‘Caitlin Huey-Burns’

Morning Chatter

“Really, it’s for display only.”TIME‘s Mark Halperin on his facial hair this morning as the “Morning Joe” crew again razzed him for him and tried to touch it.

Sighting: Yoko Ono

“Spotted entering Central Park at 6th Ave: Yoko Ono, looking very much like Yoko Ono.” — The Takeaway’s Todd Zwillich.

SMOKING PHOTOG: “How French photographers roll: Fingers simultaneously on shutter and, of course, cigarette.” — Boston Globe White House Correspondent Matt Viser with the accompanying photograph.

Journo wonders about those classified videos

“So much for classified…everyone in the media now has the Sryia / gas CLASSIFIED videos — leaked to us deliberately by admin?” — FNC’s Greta Van Susteren.

Saturday night on Twitter…

“Ugh, infestation of ignorance in my TL. Many blocks. Back to Saturday night!” — Salon‘s Joan Walsh.

Anti-Bloomberg sentiment rages on

“That Mayor Mike Bloomberg interview with New York magazine is beyond pathetic. He should apologize to Bill de Blasio and his family. I think someone should stop and frisk Mike Bloomberg for a brain. So Bloomberg is ticked de Blasio has his Black wife & son in ads? If his wife was Becky & son Skippy would that still be an issue?” — TV One morning host Roland Martin. Bloomberg’s exact words to New York Mag: “He’s making an appeal using his family to gain support. I think it’s pretty obvious to anyone watching what he’s been doing. I do not think he himself is racist. It’s comparable to me pointing out I’m Jewish in attracting the Jewish vote. You tailor messages to your audiences and address issues you think your audience cares about.”

Politico Playbook Publish Time: 6:50 a.m.

Shocker: Franken talks to reporters

“Not sure what’s more newsworthy: Al Franken saying he’s leaning towards supporting #Syria Rez,or that he talked to the press in the hallway!” — Real Clear Politics congressional reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns.

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RCP Claims a Boost in D.C. Presence

RealClearPolitics is proclaiming an expanded Washington presence. Today the company announced that Meg Szabo is joining the team in the newly-created position of Marketing Director in Washington DC.  Szabo joins RealClearPolitics from the National Journal Group where she was the Senior Manager of Brand Marketing.

RealClearPolitics reports that it has continued to grow its editorial staff as the site prepares for the presidential election year and cites hires from six months ago up to a few recent additions. In February, award-winning journalist Carl Cannon joined the company as Washington Editor. Shortly after Cannon’s hire, they brought on Alexis Simendinger as White House Correspondent. Also new to RealClearPolitics are Political Reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns and Assistant Editor Nicholas Hahn.

Dry quote from brass…“We’re excited to add Meg’s name to the list of top-notch professionals who’ve joined RealClearPolitics recently,” said Tom Bevan, co-founder and Executive Editor of RealClearPolitics. “We look forward to continuing to build our team of reporters, expand our exclusive coverage of politics and elections, and grow our presence inside Washington DC and all around the country.”