During seminal Michael Cohen hearing, the insiders became outsiders
The insiders were outsiders.
Washington is a place known for its “access.” Who has the “inside” scoop on legislation. A nomination. What’s going on at the State Department. The White House.
The nation’s capital rewards its insiders. And some outside the Beltway deride the very concept of “insiders.” But on Capitol Hill Wednesday, most in the press corps were “outsiders.”
It’s an issue of space.
There are only so many seats in the House Oversight Committee hearing room in the Rayburn House Office Building. And so...