Well, we do know that the 'Chevy Chase' house is valued at $1.9 million. I guess the Washington Post pays well.
Politico is now reporting that he met a bunch of moderates and liberals this morning:
Politico: "The group included the Washington Post's E.J. Dionne and Eugene Robinson, the Wall Street Journal's Gerry Seib, National Journal's Ron Brownstein, the New York Times Frank Rich and Maureen Dowd, The Atlantic's Andrew Sullivan, and MSNBC's Rachel Maddow, among others."
Fair and balanced? They didn't get any "refreshments."
Sullivan - gay/Christian, conservative but ex-right wing - won't disucss it in his blog, The Daily Dish:
Daily Dish: "Lots of emails from readers asking about the chat with the president-elect this morning. It was totally off the record and I'm a stickler for those rules. I can say, however, the following: it's hard to express the relief I feel that this man will be the president soon. I realize that's what I feel above all else: relief."
But Kudlow, conservative from the previous night's dinner, is the fist to blab as to what it was like:
Kudlow: HE IS
CHARMING, HE IS
TERRIBLY SMART, BRIGHT, WELL-INFORMED, HE
HAS A GREAT SENSE OF
THE BEGINNING WHEN HE
WALKED INTO THE LIVING ROOM, YOU KNOW, WE
(Sorry about the caps - from the original).
I wondering which one will be the first to start a column with the line:
"As I said to Barack at dinner the other night...."