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Online Campaign Against ‘Veep’s’ Selina Meyer’s Bid for the Presidency

Against the woman who’d rather ”be shot in the fucking face before she was Vice President again,” Lost Remote alerted us to a viral campaign attacking “Veep” Vice President Selina Meyer, who this season is vying for the presidency.

Check out the attack ad below.

And remember the 3 am phone call campaign against President Obama in the 2008 election? Well its returned, this time, against Meyer in her bid for the White House. Read more

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ICYMI: Everyone is Leaving Everywhere

ICYMI: Bret Baier Has One Hell of a Poker Face and Other News…

Bret Baier tries really hard to win a charity poker match.

Stories from around the web that you might have missed.

Some poker players wear shades and ball caps to hide their tells whereas others prefer an elaborate array of facial contortions. Bret Baier is the latter. by Janet Donovan at Hollywood on the Potomac.

April is upon us and if you’re a freelance writer, you probably have no idea how to do your taxes. That’s okay. FishbowlNY does. by Aneya Fernando at FishbowlNY.

MSNBC adds Ronan Farrow and Joy Reid, shares Tamron Hall with “Today.” by Jordan Chariton and Merrill Knox at TVNewser.

There aren’t many options available for getting DC a vote in Congress. by Raphaella Baek at WCP.

Facebook email accounts are no more. This will upset one, maybe two people. by Ken Yeung at TheNextWeb.

In Case You Missed It: #Forkgate is a Thing Now

In Case You Missed It: ‘HoC’ is Viral Marketing for Cable News

ABC’s Jonathan Karl on Pushing Beyond the Official White House Line

How does a top network reporter break through the official White House talking points? ABC’s Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl has been busy trying — and in the process has gotten into it twice over the last month with White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, including just yesterday.

In this installment of Media Beat, Karl spoke to TVNewser’s Jordan Chariton about the need to remain skeptical of what the White House is telling you, regardless of who’s in office. Karl also revealed some interesting behind-the-scenes tidbits from campaign 2012. You might be surprised to know how little Karl saw candidate Mitt Romney—even when flying on the same plane.

In Case You Missed It: Global Reporters Unite!

In Case You Missed It HeaderGood reads from across the web that you might have missed:

The Rise of the Global Correspondents: Katie Couric is given the Global Beat at Yahoo. Bill Neely has the whole world in his hands at NBC. by Jordan Chariton and Chris Ariens at TVNewser.

Bosses use social media to weed out Muslims from pools of job applicants. There’s no joke there. It’s just terrible. by Jennifer Valentino-Devries at WSJ.

Interns? My good fellow, no! We pay our students here at Atlantic Media. by David Carr at NYT.

Stars and Stripes forever? Not so fast. by Hadas Gold at Politico.

So you wanna capitalize politically on the Obamacare disaster, do ya? Some things to think about. by Matt K. Lewis at the Daily Caller.

The Tea Party: All of this has happened before, and it will all happen again. by Bill Minutaglio at WaPo.

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