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Tuesday, May 18, 2004

That Camera-Moving Woman

Actually, I guess she asked the camera man to move the camera off Colin Powell during Meet the Press Sunday, but in any case, Emily Miller is the first topic in today's Reliable Source. This was kind of funny:

In 2001 Miller was working as press secretary to then-Majority Whip Tom DeLay when she lashed into Post Magazine writer Peter Perl while he was doing a profile of her boss, screaming: "You lied! . . . You betrayed him! You twisted his words! . . . We don't know you. You don't exist. . . . You are dead to us." A DeLay spokesman told us yesterday, "Tom thinks Emily did a fine job for him."

Apparently the State Department reporters also think she's really mean. "Ever Consider A Career in Diplomacy?" asks Richard Leiby in a delicious headline.