Just after the shooting, a man yelled: "I can't believe you let the gun go off!"
Harry Siegel is a senior editor at The Daily Beast. In his spare time, he's a columnist for the New York Daily News, creator and co-host of the FAQ NYC podcast, and a visiting fellow at the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at NYU Silver School of Social Work.
The acting is excellent, the staging and direction too. The story, though, ends up as a prisoner to its own history.
In a few months, he laid bare some of America’s most highly-classified electronic espionage programs. Six years later, he has one final document to share with the world.
Then again, a New York hustler who just wanted to up his Q rating and make a few bucks in 2015 is president of the United States now.
Blame it—and everything—on Anthony Weiner.
If the agents withstand political pressures and ask the obvious questions, senators will have to pick between the person whose account has held up and one who has plainly lied.