By now, you've likely read about Rudy Giuliani's latest meltdown on ABC's Sunday morning show, This Week. You may have even seen video of it, or perhaps some clips. But one of the bonus treats is the analysis of it on the AM Joy program later that morning on MSNBC.
It's a hoot. Not because the guests are being so funny, mind you -- but rather being so human. Those on the panel are all respectable journalists. However, unlike a lot of material that experts are called in to comment upon, these guests had not yet seen anything of Giuliani's interview. It had only just happened and on another network, as they were preparing for their own appearance. So, this is all just a very real, personal reaction. For nine minutes, utterly bewildered by what they saw. Jonathan Capehart's immediate response after seeing just the opening 38 seconds is just classic enough. And Jennifer Rubin does almost a comedy monologue in her analysis, trying to get a flummoxed handle on it.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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