Happy Thursday and welcome back to The Best & the Brightest. I cannot believe we’re at a point in Washington where a powerful member of Congress has confirmed that she called a colleague—an ideological ally in her own party, mind you—a “little bitch.” But that’s the dog-eat-dog nature of MAGA, where the only thing worse than being a sellout is being a fake ideologue. Plus some news today on the ongoing Tucker-Fox News legal fallout. But first…
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The Real Housewives of Potomac-style feud between Reps. LaurenBoebert and MarjorieTaylorGreene has been one of the worst-kept secrets inside the Republican party, broadly, and MAGA world, more specifically. Alas, no one I’ve ever spoken to can pinpoint the origin of their mutual animosity. Nevertheless, it was surprisingly delectable to learn that Greene had called Boebert a “little bitch” on the House floor yesterday, among other...
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