@GuyLodge
Guy Lodge
a month ago
In the US, is this notable?
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@scottkmurphy
scott murphy
a month ago
@GuyLodge where is this from?
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@barkerrant
Andrew Barker
a month ago
@GuyLodge Not remotely, but there’s a certain type of DC reporter who insists on pretending this sort of thing is.
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@MichaelAvolio
Michael Avolio
a month ago
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@TheGregoryE
Gregory Ellwood - The Playlist 🎬
a month ago
@GuyLodge like in what context? it's fun more than anything. There are always stories about how presidents swear/react behind the scenes.
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@rilaws
Richard Lawson
a month ago
@GuyLodge It’s from Politico, a main source of The Problem
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@AmeliaMangan
Amelia Mangan
a month ago
@GuyLodge Anybody who genuinely thinks that swearing and being Catholic are incompatible has never in their entire lives encountered an Irish person
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@BrianMarks356
Brian Marks
a month ago
@GuyLodge No. A lot of major US papers won’t print curses, and The NY Times won’t even print censored versions in quotes, so a lot of readers have been misled into thinking this is novel when it comes to politicians
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