Time's Jay Newton-Small noted a typographical oddity.
Waiting 4 Maxine Waters' presser on the Hill. From her statement in bold & underlined: I have not violated any House rules.
The Washington Post's Chris Cillizza stated the obvious.
Now Rep. Maxine Waters is holding a presser defending herself from ethics charges. The week gets worse for House Dems.
Hotline's Josh Kraushaar felt Chris Van Hollen's pain.
First Charlie Rangel with defiant pushback, now Maxine Waters live on cable TV with unconvincing defense... not what CVH wants to see.
ABC's Rick Klein crowdsourced his sartorial queries...
do you think Maxine Waters and her COS/grandson coordinated colors w/ her dress and his pocket square?
...while Slate's Dave Weigel pined for a minimalist medley.
This Maxine Waters presser would be better with a Phillip Glass soundtrack.
NBC's Andrea Mitchell compared apples to oranges, concluded both will lose in November.
More from Rep. Frost: Charlie Rangel made a decent case for himself--Maxine's case is harder. Neither is good for the Democrats...
The Washington Post's Karen Tumulty handed out a piece of unsolicited advice.
Maxine Waters says people should "set aside their cynicism." Never a good idea in Washington. No matter how cynical u get, u can't keep up.
Fox News' Twitter feed sampled the thing the humans call snark.
That's a new one! Rep. Maxine Waters blames Bush administration for her ethics problems http://fxn.ws/9sc3LR