Today, political types were stuck in presidential traffic and having trouble sending @ messages. Here’s our roundup of the day’s best Tweets from the campaign trail.
National Review Online news editor Daniel Foster had a rough commute thanks to President Barack Obama’s New York visit.
Not content with ny working hours, POTUS has to ruin my commute. 42nd Street shut down between 7th and 8th.—
Daniel Foster (@DanFosterNRO) June 04, 2012
Walter Kirn had trouble accepting tweeted congratulations from novelist Gary Shteyngart after he was named national correspondent at The New Republic.
walter kirn (@walterkirn) June 04, 2012
Economist Justin Wolfers believes there’s a 33 percent chance everything will turn out alright.
1) 80% odds China avoids a hard landing 2) 60% chance of Euro-zone solution 3) 70% likely US avoids fiscal cliff =>*Nothing* goes wrong =33%—
Justin Wolfers (@justinwolfers) June 04, 2012
Talking Points Memo’s Nick Martin did the math on a corruption case in Arizona.
Ex-Arizona Rep. Richard Miranda is going to prison for 27 months. That's 3 months longer than a term in the state House bit.ly/LgCl8T—
Nick Martin (@nickmartin) June 04, 2012
MSNBC reporter Mike O’Brien revealed what really matters to reporters on the campaign trail while covering the Wisconsin recall.
Give Walker credit for this: he's incredibly punctual, and has been fairly accessible to both local and national media.—
Mike O'Brien (@mpoindc) June 04, 2012