"Horrified critics of the president are often surprised to find that, in person, it’s very difficult to dislike Conway," writes Olivia Nuzzi in "Kellyanne Conway Is a Star: Not your star, perhaps. But that’s the point," New York Magazine's cover feature on the lady of the hour. A fair and informative headline and subhead, unlike Molly Ball's (see below). (Martin Shoeller photograph)
"Will the truth ever catch up with Trump's most skilled spin artist?" asks the snarky subheader of Molly Ball's "Kellyanne's Alternative Universe" in the April 2017 issue of The Atlantic. We got wind of the well crafted albeit tendentious profile of the Counselor to the President of the United States from Redstate's Jay Caruso, who seemed quite smitten:
Reading between the lines, our own take was not so enthusiastic:
Can you say #FakeNews?