The entire piece is one big excuse for Kerry.
Everyone was bad to him.
It's a long piece with passages like this:
***John Kerry is not a man who indulges in emotional highs and lows. When he is angry, he is a master of the cold eyes, the stony mien, the slow burn, which are often delivered as he places his hands on your shoulder or moves his face up close to yours and expresses some measure of disapproval. Aides went to great lengths to avoid those moments.***
Divine intervention--that this fop did not become POTUS
"cold eyes, the stony mien...he places his hands on your shoulder...". The "Lurch" analogy never really caught me until just now...I can almost hear that guttural growl he used to do when he would put his hand on the shoulder of some poor, confused visitor to the Addam's estate ...
Hummm....this doesn't sound like the JF'nK of the Newsweek article screaming about his aides losing his "F...ing hairbrush". That sounded like a small, mean crybaby who no one would want to work for or vote for.