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On Wednesday, Attorney General William Barr told the Senate Judiciary Committee he found Robert Mueller’s March letter critiquing Barr’s Russia memo “a bit snitty.” Snitty!
“I think it was probably written by one of his staff people,” Barr said.
In the letter, which was tweeted out shortly before Barr’s hearing began, Mueller’s team revealed their concern that Barr’s memo on the Russia investigation did not adequately represent the “context, nature, and substance” of his team’s findings. “There is now public confusion about critical aspects of the results of our investigation,” the letter read.
Despite what your spell check might insinuate, “snitty” is a real word. It means “disagreeably ill-tempered,” which we’re guessing is not how most people in Washington would describe Robert Mueller.
Twitter — which loves weird words in deeply troubling times — has now latched onto the word “snitty.” Indeed, it is not a word most people hear every day. Snitty!
Is it just me or does anyone else think that”snitty” not an actual word. My spell check sure doesn’t think so. https://t.co/5vaeiumoHM
— Abigail Disney (@abigaildisney) May 1, 2019
“a bit snitty” is me in the group text like every day
— Michael Del Moro (@MikeDelMoro) May 1, 2019
When asked to reveal notes from a call he had with Mueller to discuss the report, Barr simply replied “no.” Sounds a little snitty, huh? (We learned the word 20 minutes ago.)