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Ross Gianfortune

Engagement Editor Prior to joining Government Executive’s staff, Ross Gianfortune worked at The Washington Post, The Gazette Newspapers, WXRT Radio and The Columbia Missourian. He holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from University of Missouri and a master's in communications from the American University.
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Play of the Day: The Clinton/Trump Debate Fallout

September 28, 2016 Donald Trump interrupted Hillary Clinton over 50 times during the debate on Monday, reinforcing the conventional wisdom about the way Trump treats women. Conan O'Brien joked about the debate Tuesday night, saying 51 interruptions is a "quiet night" for Melania Trump. Tuesday morning, Trump touted his wins in post-debate flash...

Play of the Day: Hillary Clinton Had a Great Time at the Debate

September 27, 2016 Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton debated each other Monday night for the first time and many late-night shows went live to joke about it. Late Show's Stephen Colbert and The Daily Show's Trevor Noah noted Trump's sniffling during the vent, joking that he may have been partying before the debate....

Play of the Day: Comparing Trump and Clinton Ahead of the First Debate

September 26, 2016 The first general election presidential debate will be held Monday night and late-night spent the weekend comparing the candidates. Fox News' Greg Gutfeld compared Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to common duos like Ferris and Jeannie Bueller, Bart and Lisa Simpson and, maybe most accurately, a lean meal of grilled...

Play of the Day: Some Better Debate Topics for Clinton and Trump

September 23, 2016 A 1786 letter from George Washington went on sale this week and is expected to get its $35,000 asking price. The Tonight Show's Jimmy Fallon joked about the letter's topic Thursday night, saying the first president may have admitted he was born in Kenya. The first general election presidential debate...

Hillary Clinton Sits for an Awkward 'Between Two Ferns' Interview

September 22, 2016 Within the first 20 seconds of his interview with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, Zach Galifianakis learned the power of the Secret Service. The Funny or Die host entered wearing a grim reaper mask and was quickly tackled by two agents. He explained he was "just trying to scare" Clinton,...

Play of the Day: Trump's Got a New Campaign Surrogate

September 22, 2016 Donald Trump continues to dominate the news cycle, as he recently said the African-American community is in "the worst shape ever." Late Night's Seth Meyers noted the comment and referenced the Oscar-winning film that would suggest otherwise. Jimmy Kimmel admitted on his show Wednesday night that late-night comedians do, indeed,...

Play of the Day: More Trump Campaign Candy Analogies

September 21, 2016 Barack Obama spoke at the United Nations this week for the final time as U.S. president. Conan O'Brien joked that Obama's rhetoric regarding nationalism and wall-building, while Late Night's Seth Meyers joked that Obama called the Hillary Clinton/Donald Trump election "your problem now." Trump's son shared an image on Twitter...

Play of the Day: Diagramming Trump's Friday Statement

September 20, 2016 Republican VP pick Mike Pence said recently that the vice president he would most like to emulate is Dick Cheney. Late Night's Seth Meyers and Conan O'Brien joked about Cheney, referencing the infamous time he shot his friend in the face during a hunting trip. Donald Trump's Friday press conference...

Play of the Day: Trump Says Clinton Started Birther Movement… and Wants to Build a Big Wall

September 19, 2016 Donald Trump's foundation has been under scrutiny recently for a lack of transparency and a confusing money trail to and from the foundation. Late Show's Stephen Colbert joked about the foundation, citing Trump's receipt of a trophy from the Palm Beach Police Foundation and joking about Trump's penchant for marrying...

Play of the Day: Mr. Trump Meets Dr. Oz

September 16, 2016 Hillary Clinton is going to be featured in the October issue of Women's Health magazine. The Tonight Show's Jimmy Fallon giggled joking about, saying Clinton will next be on the cover of Bad Timing magazine. Donald Trump's health is also in the news after the candidate went on the Dr....

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