亚当·克莱默

    亚当·克莱默是一名美国记者。他是《纽约时报》多产的政治记者。 著述:爱德华·M·肯尼迪:传记(1999年)·在大沟渠画线(2008年)·纽约时报评论1986年

亚当·克莱默(Adam Clymer)名言

When I came back to Washington to be The Times' chief congressional correspondent in 1991, I was looking for a book subject, and Ted Kennedy stood out for two reasons.

1991年,当我回到华盛顿担任《泰晤士报》的首席国会通讯员时,我正在寻找一本书的主题,而泰德·肯尼迪(Ted Kennedy)脱颖而出有两个原因。

亚当·克莱默

I thought writing about somebody current would be a little closer to what I'm used to doing.

我认为写有关某人当前的情况会比我以前做的要近一些。

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Another thing that's quite different in writing a book as a practicing newspaperman is that if you look at what you've written the next morning and you think you didn't get it quite right, you can fix it.

作为一名实践报业者写书的另一件事是,如果您看第二天早上写的东西,并且认为自己做得不太对,就可以解决。

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Ted Kennedy is the only person alive who might know more than we do about Chappaquiddick, and he may not.

特德·肯尼迪(Ted Kennedy)是唯一一个活着的人,他可能比我们对查帕奎迪克了解更多,但他可能不会。

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Democratic politicians have disliked things I've written, Republican politicians... if they all love you, you might as well be driving a Good Humor truck.

民主党政客不喜欢我写的东西,共和党政客。 。 。 如果他们都爱你,那么您不妨驾驶一辆好幽默卡车。

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There's a Washington standard of casually putting things off the record. It's really gone too far. I don't know an easy way to turn it back.

华盛顿有一种随意记录的标准。 真的太过分了。 我不知道将它退回的简单方法。

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