The dismissiveness and the laughter are on-brand for the attorney general and the administration he serves.
Mimi Kramer mostly writes social and cultural criticism. Her work has appeared in The Cut, Vox, Vanity Fair, Time, New York Magazine, Spy, Vogue, Elle, The New York Times,The Wall Street Journal and elsewhere. She was a theater critic for The New Yorker and The New Criterion, was the Literary Editor at Spy and Literary Manager of Circle Rep. She was also in a Gap ad, one time, but was hopeless as a model. She lives in New Hampshire and is currently working on a book of essays about sexual harassment. Follow her on Twitter @NHMeems
Unlike the criminal, whose deception can never be revealed, the joker lives to reveal his malfeasance.
Madeleine L’Engle’s granddaughter helps explain how a strange error had gone uncorrected over innumerable printings since 1962.