A lot of people — well, Lawfare executive editor Susan Hennessey in particular — are giving Megyn Kelly a hard time for calling out NBC News for fake news; that is, that Pete Buttigieg is the first openly gay member of a president’s cabinet. A lot of journos passed along the historic news earlier today, with the more sly ones noting that their criteria include that the person be nominated and confirmed by the Senate.

If NBC News’s tweet wasn’t fake news, why did they delete it? It’s gone.

No need to wait; Richard Grenell at your service:

HuffPost reports:

The Senate on Thursday voted 56-42 to confirm Richard Grenell, President Donald Trump’s nominee for the ambassadorship to Germany.

Coming on the heels of Mike Pompeo’s confirmation as secretary of state, Grenell’s confirmation fills a position that has been vacant since January 2017 when Trump dismissed the political ambassadors appointed under President Barack Obama.

Moving the goalposts again?

Again, nice goalpost-shifting. Here’s NBC News’ correction:

Why is it so hard to admit that Buttigieg isn’t the first openly gay cabinet member?