How Bored Are Reporters by the Clinton Restoration?
Very, very bored. On a boredom scale of "Michael Bay action scene" to "Ingmar Bergman dinner scene," we are somewhere near that part of Shame in which Liv Ullman and Max Von Sydow eat potatoes. The most in-your-face evidence this week came in the Washington Post and the New York Times, both of which published big, fun take-outs by two of their best writers on presidential campaigns that are not happening—but, you know, if they did, would really roil the Hillary Clinton juggernaut.
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