Through playing enough of the footage from the White House talking heads and ABC's own White House reporters, Muir did what your freshman composition instructor hammered: Show, Don't Tell.
Viewers would have been brain-dead not to pick up the disconnect between the cover story the White House is putting out there and Hicks' testimony yesterday about telling "white lies" for the Trump Administration.
On the other hand, at CNN, Chris Cillizza bluntly told readers how ridiculous the cover story was. Here you can read his almost adolescent glee at what probably would have caused a teenager and his bros a good belly laugh.
In this era of extreme reporting, it's refreshing for Muir to allow us to connect the dots. He came across as Walter Cronkite-like statesman. We were pleased we weren't underestimated.
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