But through Twitter, the battle is on. “Before each segment I’ve sent Karl a Twitter message, asking him to come on and defend himself,” said Shuster last night. “This weekend, I received the following Twitter direct response: ‘Re: 1600. Wait until the book — you’re in there!’ Signed Karl Rove.”
Although the direct message was private, Shuster has taken on Rove via @replies on Twitter over the past two days. “Next time, try defending yourself ‘like a man,’ — mano y mano as I’ve repeatedly invited you to do,” wrote Shuster to Rove yesterday.
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