So Maggie Haberman got upset with the actor John Cusack, because that's how things are nowadays.
Lie - not falsehood - https://t.co/NFrRbGj5Rk— John Cusack (@johncusack) May 27, 2018
It is wrecking her enjoyment of a 1989 movie!This is really ruining Say Anything for me. Said with respect for you as an actor. But, I’ll quote a person who knows Trump well who messaged me describing the lack of understanding that ppl have about “how Trump’s ignorance and mendacity interact.” https://t.co/XUEjXFHSdj— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) May 27, 2018
.@jack How come this parody account has a blue checkmark? You guys are falling apart. https://t.co/o0UxQwbEP9— Post-Impressionist Liberal (@Yastreblyansky) May 27, 2018
Or would a real Haberman be arguing that it's false to call Trump a liar because "ignorance and mendacity interact" in his lies? Ignorance and mendacity make something new and different, the way oxygen and hydrogen make water?— Post-Impressionist Liberal (@Yastreblyansky) May 27, 2018
But what's funniest is the way she doesn't dare to assert the opinion, but cites an anonymous source for it: "According to persons close to the White House, the president's apparent lies actually represent a subtle and nameless previously undiscovered category of non-truth."— Post-Impressionist Liberal (@Yastreblyansky) May 27, 2018