Tuesday's political smorgasbord
The Washington Post's Jenna Johnson reports that graffiti has appeared on a proposed shelter for immigrant children that reads "No illeagles here" (22,646 shares). Colleague Dan Eggen asked the question on everyone's minds: "But what about healthy eagles?" Then Politico's Adam Snider suggested, "Or maybe they love immigrants and hate ill eagles."
In the Middle East, the Associated Press announces that Israel accepted a cease-fire to end the Gaza conflict (1,958 shares) -- but wait. The AP adds later: "Hamas rejects Egyptian proposal for cease-fire with Israel, moments after Israel accepts offer:"
On a much lighter note, The New York Times' Mark Leibovich makes the case that LeBron and Melo Have Nothing on Eric Cantor (890 shares). "It pays a lot more to get your tail kicked at the polls," summarized colleague Joe Drape.
Even lighter yet is this offering from Buzzfeed: a staffer used the White House list to seek votes for The Hill's "50 Most Beautiful" list (464 shares). "Man, BuzzFeed continues to own the 'embarrassing Washington emails' beat," observed Dylan Scott with Talking Points Memo.