Adam Clymer April 27, — September 10, was an American journalist. He was a prolific political correspondent for The New York Times. Clymer worked for the New York Daily News for a short period. He worked as political editor for George H. Bush 's presidential campaign in , and chief Washington correspondent from through Clymer covered the presidential campaign for the Times and wrote at least one article that was considered unfavorable by the campaign of George W.
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The word asshole in North American English or arsehole in all other major varieties of the English language , is a vulgarism to describe the anus , and often used pejoratively as a type of synecdoche to refer to people. The metaphorical use of the word to refer to the worst place in a region e. Its earliest known usage in newspaper as an insult was By the s, Hustler magazine featured people they did not like as "Asshole of the Month. Until the early s, the word was considered one of a number of words that could not be uttered on commercial television in the United States.
Team Bush declares war on the New York Times
M ary Poppins Returns will face some unlikely competition for the Golden Globe award for best musical or comedy film in January. Vice, nominated in the same category, is a darkly comical biopic of former US vice-president Dick Cheney. An alternative title might have been Darth Vader Returns. A decade after leaving office, Cheney is widely seen as not only the most powerful VP in American history but also the most despised. But Vice comes at a moment that, with Donald Trump in the White House, Bush has benefited by comparison and undergone a public rehabilitation.
A whispered moment became a public affair. The Republican presidential candidate George W Bush has said he regrets the fact that people heard him make an insulting comment about a journalist, but he refused to apologise. Adam Clymer: Disappointed in the governor's language. The Gore campaign took advantage of the mistake.