msnbc:

Jon Stewart: I have a, it’s like a career aptitude test.
Hillary Clinton: This is good, this is good. I’m ready.
JS: … Do you like commuting to work or do you like a home office?
HRC: You know, I’ve spent so many years commuting, I’d kind of prefer a home office. …
JS: Do you have a favorite shape for that home office?
HRC: (Laughs)
JS: Do you like that office, let’s say, would you like that office, would you like it to have corners, or would you like it not to have corners?
HRC: You know, I think that the world is so complicated, the fewer corners that you can have, the better.
WATCH.
(Photo: Frank Franklin II/AP)

msnbc:

Jon Stewart: I have a, it’s like a career aptitude test.

Hillary Clinton: This is good, this is good. I’m ready.

JS: … Do you like commuting to work or do you like a home office?

HRC: You know, I’ve spent so many years commuting, I’d kind of prefer a home office. …

JS: Do you have a favorite shape for that home office?

HRC: (Laughs)

JS: Do you like that office, let’s say, would you like that office, would you like it to have corners, or would you like it not to have corners?

HRC: You know, I think that the world is so complicated, the fewer corners that you can have, the better.

WATCH.

(Photo: Frank Franklin II/AP)

White House staffers are using the hashtag #TheBearIsLoose when President Obama goes off his tightly held official schedule and casually meets with members of the public. He was castigated by Republicans for doing so this week as the humanitarian situation on the border with Mexico worsens.
"If I had known then what I know now, I would have succumbed less often to chasing the same soccer ball down the field that everybody else was."

— Former White House press secretary Jay Carney’s exit interview

usatoday:

In a new Quinnipiac University Poll, President Barack Obama has been voted the worst president since World War II.

Meet Josh Earnest, the new White House press secretary (via Politico)

politico:

Google is a Washington powerhouse that shapes federal law, rewards congressional allies and boasts a new 54,000-square-foot office, just down the road from the U.S. Capitol. But the Internet giant quietly has planted its political roots in places far beyond the Beltway — in state legislatures and city councils that have become hotbeds for tech policy fights.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2014/06/google-lobbying-108167.html#ixzz35SYb5nTf

"I have loved every minute of every day, even the many minutes of many days that I’ve spent in this room."

— Outgoing White House press secretary Jay Carney delivers his last press briefing.

laughingsquid:

An animated GIF of Tumblr founder David Karp fist bumping with President Barack Obama

In yet another White House first, the president hosted a Tumblr Q&A yesterday to talk about student loans and education.

laughingsquid:

An animated GIF of Tumblr founder David Karp fist bumping with President Barack Obama

In yet another White House first, the president hosted a Tumblr Q&A yesterday to talk about student loans and education.

"It came out of nowhere. It was a stunning, unimaginable, impossible defeat."

— Stuart Rothenberg, who publishes the Rothenberg Political Report, a nonpartisan handicapper’s guide to elections in the US, on House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s loss in his Republican primary today. Cantor lost to tea party challenger Dave Brat, a college professor. (via latimes)

(via latimes)

"I’ll be on a beach somewhere drinking out of a coconut, but that probably won’t last too long."

— President Obama, on life after office. (via whitehouse)

Obama talks to Millennials on their own turf: Tumblr