Morning Chatter

Quotes of the Day

Cliffhanger? “Just taped an interview w/trump-u will not believe what happened at the end. Tune in at 1p fri!” — FNC’s Megyn Kelly.

Keeping up Appearances…

Labor journo Mike Elk moves from his discomfort with men to Jewish men to his discomfort with all men generally at a whiskey tasting event at Sixth & I Synagogue in downtown Washington. Have another whiskey Elk? 1. My god I can’t believe I am at a whiskey tasting session in the basement of a synagogue & there are only men here – so weird. 2. Few things as scary in being a room full of just 40 Jewish men dressed in suits drinking whiskey – so weird. 3. I’m more scared of this room full of preppy Jewish men drinking whiskey than of drugs lords carrying machine guns I meet in Brasil 4.“Sitting in a room of 40 men, I’m reminder of why it’s easier to make friends with women – men r so douchey.”

Deep, dark admission

“I hate to admit it, but I’m much more likely to give money to a charity if the solicitation came with return labels.” — Politico‘s Patrick Gavin.

What spells relief?

“Nothing spells relief like being late for a school concert — to find you are just in time for your kid’s performance.” — CNBC and NYT‘s John Harwood in a touching tweet with all the sentiment of a R-O-L-A-I-D-S commercial.

Anti-Gmail sentiment

“Ughhh just got forced into Gmail’s “New Look.” It. Seriously. Sucks.” — Washington Examiner‘s Nikki Schwab.

Convo Between Two Journos

Two journos muse on the Aides Gone Wild revelation that surfaced yesterday in Rep. Rick Larsen’s (D-Wash.) office. The news first broke in the NW Daily Marker.

WaPo‘s Chris Cillizza: “Rick Larsen, call your office.”

Roll Call‘s Ryan Teague Beckwith: “His office would call him, but that might be drunk dialing.”

FBDC’s Eddie Scarry contributed to this report.