Libby Trial: Russert “Utterly Unflappable”

By Brian 

“I suppose appearing on national television for years, verbally jousting with pundits and presidents, is good practice for parrying a lawyer’s tricky questions,” Slate’s Seth Stevenson writes.

He calls Russert “utterly unflappable,” and says he’s “never seen a better witness at a trial:”

“He never gets flustered, always stays on message. No matter how complex Wells makes his inquiries, Russert’s answers remain supremely straightforward…”