The U.S. government will reportedly trade seven Iranians charged with crimes in return for four American citizens who have been held in Iran. The Obama administration has also reportedly agreed to drop 14 Iranian nationals from the Interpol watch list.
Though there are many questions yet to be answered, Politico’s Glenn Thrush already knows what the Republican candidates will say so he gave them this advice:
Dear GOP field, don't waste staff time writing statements on Iran prisoner release, we can all guess exactly what you're gonna say
— Glenn Thrush (@GlennThrush) January 16, 2016
Is there a Pulitzer category for that kind of objective reporting?
Leading Politico this weekend: "All the GOP candidates probably said some stupid shit, maybe." #drivingtheday https://t.co/zbfRtLbbx6
— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) January 16, 2016
if that's your principle, @GlennThrush then you should retire from all political writing. https://t.co/9rs7XaZnU4
— el Sooper ن (@SooperMexican) January 16, 2016
Funny, everyone says the same thing about you. https://t.co/LZkINNiVKS
— GregEsq (@GregEsq) January 16, 2016
Dear Liberal Media Hack @GlennThrush , don't bother writing about politics anymore, because we know whose side your going to take.
— Hillary2016 (@HistoricVagina) January 16, 2016
@GlennThrush your checks from the DNC Have been clearing, right?
— timothy m. ryan (@strandleper) January 16, 2016
I like how progresive left thinks that just because a criticism of Obama for pol is obvious, that makes it wrong. https://t.co/1J8GQxgCnm
— Omri Ceren (@cerenomri) January 16, 2016
No such thing as media bias. https://t.co/Vi5518DWD2
— Jacob Perry (@jacobperry) January 16, 2016
— Clement Bilhorn (@CHBilhorn) January 16, 2016
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