Perino: White House May, Uh, Not Necessarily, Well Maybe I Shouldn't Say, Could Get In Trouble, Um, Er, Snarf, Destroy Scott McClellan
Now the thing about Scott McClellan is that he's terrible, with his book, and he now may have tragically reopened the Valerie Plame "Plamegate" saga anew. John Conyers & Palz on the House Judiciary Committee are open to hearing McClellan's testimony, meaning the White House will have to somehow stop him from testifying, meaning frozen royal press secretary Dana Perino had to give reporters some inadvertent "legal comedy" today, meaning ha ha, OH GOD.
QUESTION: Could the White House block him from testifying, if he wanted to testify? Or how does that work?
PERINO: Hypothetically, which I’m not supposed to answer a hypothetical, yes, I think so. The law would allow for that. But by saying that, I’m not suggesting that that’s what would happen or not happen.
There is just no denying that Perino and McClellan are having an affair, right now, in the White House Treehouse, with their socks on. We're jealous of both.