Date: Mon, 20 May 2013 14:31:25 +0200
- First Read
So where's Sestak's response?
- From NBC's Mark MurrayNow that the White House has said that Bill Clinton, acting as an intermediary, offered Joe Sestak an unpaid advisory post if he kept his House seat and didn't challenge Arlen Specter, the question has turned to: Why didn't the White House just say this earlier?
The same question could be asked of Sestak.
The congressman first revealed he was offered a job to stay out of the primary in Feb. 2010, when Larry Kane, host of a Comcast Network public-affairs show, asked him that...(read more)