Next-Generation McDermott Aide Tries Power on for Size
Posted at 1:30 p.m. on April 25, 2014
When I was a wee lad, bring your kid to work day — aka anytime my grandmother was unavailable to watch my mischievous self — usually meant getting dumped in front of a typewriter in some empty office and being instructed to “have fun.”
Noah Korley evidently has way more game than I did (do).
(Courtesy Team McDermott)
The young son of Tiana Korley, senior health counsel in the office of Rep. Jim McDermott, D-Wash., spent part of his day on the Hill composing a whole new script for the Affordable Care Act debate.
“Noah has been in the office twice before; one time was during the passage of the ACA — hence his expert work on floor remarks today,” Team McDermott said of the mini messaging guru’s latest visit.
(Psst, kid: There’s a candy bar in it for ya if you bring us any papers in the office marked “CONFIDENTIAL.”)