Other interesting stories in The Washington Post:
The private-public lives of Sasha and Malia Obama, now 11 and 14, are filled with contradictions. While fiercely guarding the girls’ privacy, their parents also use them in campaign ads and talk about them a lot. Krissah Thompson recounts what we’ve learned about them from the Obamas’ recent interviews. And the TV Column gives the blow-by-blow of their appearance on “The View.”
Philippe Reines, the Beltway-legendary attack dog for Hillary Clinton, is a little regretful about the name-calling email smackdown he got into with a Buzzfeed reporter (loooong story) — but our colleague Dana Milbank gives him props for unwavering loyalty to the boss, a rare trait in Washington these days. (Read earlier: Longtime keeper of Hillary Clinton’s image has forged a loyal badge of his own, 6/12/11
Looking for Wednesday’s Reliable Source? Start here: Celebrity campaign contributions: How much did convention stars give the candidates?