Since Monday The Daily Caller and the Washington Post have been at war over which publication is accurately reporting about claims that Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J) hired Dominican prostitutes.
And yet, there’s Daily Caller Editor-in-Chief Tucker Carlson, profiled along with The DC in today’s Style section of the Washington Post. “Oh, it’s a very good day,” Carlson said of the controversy between the two publications. “It’s a good day because it’s an interesting day.”
The best part from the profile…
The Caller has a staff of 47. It keeps costs down by hiring younger reporters and scrimping on extras (“We don’t buy anyone pens,” Carlson says proudly)
No pens. But as you can see, The DC‘s office in Washington, D.C., does have a fully-stocked bar for its employees to use [image via FishbowlDC]