Sen. Pat Toomey just now to Robert Costa comes as close as he has to acknowledging reality: "There's no question that most Republicans are disappointed that the president does not appear to have won this election."
Robert Costa on report of President-elect Biden's prospective use of executive power: "They want to send a message to the country, to the world, and to Democrats that while Washington may be divided, a Biden White House will pursue policy goals in an ambitious way."
Washington Post's Robert Costa, another zombie pretending to be a journalist. We all saw the speech, which was outstanding, and we all know about Mt. Rushmore and the great men memorialized there; and you are a nobody spewing propaganda for the rag that pays you.
BREAKING: @Larry Hogan deploys Md. National Guard, Md. State Police to a secret location to protect coronavirus tests from being confiscated by the federal government. Hogan was interviewed on Washington Post Live by Robert Costa.
This awkward exchange at the G20 with Ivanka Trump was widely shared on social media over the weekend. "The president sees her as the future of his political brand," explains Robert Costa on @Morning_Joe about why he's elevated her role to the world stage.
"They don't realize (the book) is a ticking time-bomb politically." Washington Post reporter Robert Costa describes the context behind Wolff's "Fire & Fury" book, and why the White House was blindsided by the book's revelations.