It is singularly ill equipped to profit from this gift of a gaffe
At the mass solidarity march in Paris in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo attacks in January, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel was accused of making a gaffe
when he forced his way to the front of the parade of world leaders, and then followed up with a wave to the crowd after hearing at least one member of the public shout a pro-Israeli message.
Pertinent to Gaffe
Owens, YWCA's efforts include support for domestic violence victims.
Miss Malin was on an outside broadcast at Trentham Gardens, near Stoke-on-Trent, and was soaked through in horrendous weather when she made the gaffe
during the live 6pm bulletin.
Today we take a look back at some gaffes
with a North East slant.
The resulting media hoopla brought back memories of a similar gaffe
by an earlier California candidate: In 1998 Matt Fong's bid for a U.
The sentence about the wall reminds me of a similar gaffe
that The New York Times made early last century: It criticized Robert Goddard's claim that a rocket could travel in a vacuum because, the reporter said, there was no air for the rocket to push against.
came in a news release from the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, plugging the Malvern-based violinist's tour.
Several audience members cringed at the gaffe
, but Newhouse took it in stride.
holiday, and Michael Kinsley's 1984 anatomization of the role of "the gaffe
" in presidential campaigns (a gaffe
being something that "occurs not when a politician lies, but when he tells the truth") is as amusing as it is insightful.
com that "a colleague was making a joke in a draft that was mistakenly released," the PR gaffe
plays right into the hands of those who would label Greenpeace a sensationalist organization.
His terrible gaffe
in saying British mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was training journalists in Iran has put her in a perilous position.