Do we have a case of superlative fatigue at hand?

Though don't start thinking that that's a lot of money.


Says it's not for him to urge dropping of charges against man trying to pester him with questions.

And no, that's no reason to halt the briefings.

No one can do Sean Spicer's job well. So why not keep him there?

Monday night, he doesn't watch CNN. Wednesday morning, he tweets about CNN programming.

Pew Research Center shows that Republican support for media's role as a public watchdog is cratering.

Or not!

From the shadows, Spicer improvises, and that's always a dark exercise.

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