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: Hillary Clinton Needs to Step Up Her Crazy Game

November 17, 2015 During the Democratic debate Saturday night, Martin O'Malley called Donald Trump an "immigrant-bashing carnival barker." Late Night's Seth Meyers noted the comment Monday, joking about O'Malley's traction in the polls. The Tonight Show's Jimmy Fallon also joked about the comment, saying Trump gets his hair from the cotton candy machine....

Play of the Day: Donald Trump's Long Speech

November 16, 2015 Bernie Sanders was endorsed last week by the American Postal Workers Union’s National Executive Board, causing Saturday Night Live's Colin Jost to joke about Sanders' age. The Tonight Show's Jimmy Fallon also joked about the endorsement, mocking the reliability of the United States Postal Service. Donald Trump gave a 95-minute...

The Daily Show: It 'Sucks' to Work At a 'Gutless Regulatory Agency'

November 13, 2015 While the comedic value of the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey has remained largely untapped, it nonetheless played a starring role on The Daily Show Thursday when Jordan Klepper cited it in a segment on the efficacy of the Federal Election Commission. While showing the employee satisfaction ratings on screen, Klepper...

Play of the Day: Sanders Gets Endorsements From Postal Union … And a Bunch of Babies

November 13, 2015 Buzzfeed got an advanced copy of this weekend's New York Times bestseller list showing that Donald Trump's Crippled America will debut behind fellow GOP candidate Ben Carson's book A More Perfect Union. Late Night's Seth Meyers joked about the bokos Thursday, making up a book Jeb Bush could write about...

Play of the Day: Ted Cruz Must Really Hate the Commerce Department

November 12, 2015 Tuesday night's Republican debate had a new feature for the moderators: A bell that dinged whenever a candidate went over the allotted time for an answer. Late-night comedians joked about this new wrinkle Wednesday night The Daily Show's Trevor Noah comparing it to a scene in Breaking Bad, Late Night's...

Play of the Day: Starbucks, Baby Hitler and an Expensive Filling Station in Afghanistan

November 11, 2015 Donald Trump commented on the online protests against Starbucks this week, saying he is unhappy with Starbucks' seasonal cups' lack of Christmas imagery. The Tonight Show's Jimmy Fallon joked about's Trump's predilection for putting his name on things, while The Daily Show's Trevor Noah wondered if we were in some...

Here’s Everything Feds Need to Know About Tuesday’s GOP Debate

November 10, 2015 The eight Republican presidential candidates leading in the polls took the stage during prime time on Tuesday evening for their fourth debate focused on the U.S. economy, hosted by the Fox Business Network and the Wall Street Journal. The candidates touched on a range of topics affecting federal employees, including...

Play of the Day: Stabbing, Pyramids and a Portrait

November 10, 2015 The Ben Carson 2016 roller coaster ride continued Monday on late-night television after last week's Guardian photos of the artwork dotting Carson's Maryland home. Specifically, one painting was in the front of everyone's mind: A portrait of Jesus Christ with his hand on Carson's shoulder as they both don white...

Play of the Day: Ben Carson's Stabbing History

November 9, 2015 Climate scientists this week released a study suggesting climate change could cause warm weather, leading to diminished “coital frequency." Late Show's Stephen Colbert joked about the study and tied it to Barack Obama's rejecting of the Keystone XL project. Republican Ben Carson is under more scrutiny after CNN is questioning...

Play of the Day: Ben Carson's Rap Radio Ad

November 6, 2015 Jeb Bush's campaign has been struggling lately and a recent gaffe has reinforced some conventional wisdom around the former Florida governor. In talking to New Hampsire elementary school students, Bush said of his father "All he would have to say is 'I'm disappointed in you' and it would send me...

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