Emily Heil Can Be A Snobbish Drunk and Anne Kornblut Gives Out Her Number To, Well, Everyone

Highlights from Hotline’s most recent “Friday Feature” series.

First, Roll Call’s Emily Heil:

Emily Heil writes the column Heard on the Hill for Roll Call. Prior to joining Roll Call, she wrote a gossip column for The Hill newspaper and covered Congress for National Journal’s CongressDaily. …

What is your biggest weakness (and not your job interview biggest weakness)?

Tie: snobbery and bourbon.

And the Washington Post’s Anne Kornblut:

Anne Kornblut is a political reporter for the Washington Post. Prior to the Post, Kornblut worked in the DC bureaus of the New York Times and the Boston Globe. A ’94 graduate of Columbia, B.A., she is currently covering her third WH race. But today Kornblut’s our Friday Feature:

What’s your most embarrassing on-the-job moment? (Or as embarrassing as you’d like to reveal?)

Getting caught having a contentious conversation with Karen Hughes and giving out my cell phone number live on C-Span during the 2000 campaign.