The U.S. News and World Report’s Paul Bedard starts a new biz newser controversy, calling ABC News financial correspondent Bianna Golodryga the, “new TV money honey.”
“When (Maria) Bartiromo outgrew the sexist title, others like Erin Burnett were set up as successors, but none have won the Washington kudos like Golodryga,” he writes. Wait, Bartiromo outgrew the title? Last we heard she was trademarking the term.
Bedard writes that Golodryga was, “one of the head-turners at the recent White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner and the post-parties held by Bloomberg and Vanity Fair.”
An anonymous administration official gives the temperate response: “She’s smoking.”