For those of you without reliable video capability, here is what Charles Krauthammer said:
As for Maureen Dowd imagining a word that wasn't said, well, in my previous profession [psychiatry] I saw a lot of people who also heard words that weren't said. They were called patients. Many of them were actually helped with medication.The word that was heard but not said refers to this line from her Sunday column:
But, fair or not, what I heard was an unspoken word in the air: You lie, boy!Please insert your own pot-calling-kettle-black remark about describing people as delusional.