The HBO satirical news program the Last Week Tonight With John Oliver also run a spool of his gaffes
from the time he mocked the housewives of Australia to admitting being threatened by homosexuality.
He stated that Romney's personal astrology portends more gaffes
along with an "unexpected" disclosure on Romney that will further derail his bid for the Presidency.
Hours later, Marr repeated Naughtie's gaffe
live on air.
The case of Gaffe
Owens is a vivid illustration of the difference between YWCA and the organization formerly known as YMCA.
Internet commentator and reporter Matt Drudge linked to Ziegler's Web report, and within hours, talk-radio hosts and Web sites featured Kerry's appalling gaffe
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.
The White House experienced another embarrassing protocol gaffe
when its announcer, in introducing the national anthems of the two nations, mistakenly referred to Communist China as "The Republic of China," which is the formal name of the free Chinese state on Taiwan.
that have yanked the TV preacher into religious and political controversy, Robertson keeps venturing into rhetorical excess.
America's President George Bush made yet another gaffe
a few days ago.
My worst public relations gaffe
involved coordinating my first news conference in Los Angeles.
Conservatives were major critics of Trent Lott after what should have been an inconsequential gaffe
Louis Post-Dispatch: "You could have heard a pin drop on the floor of the Missouri House during a recent mock debate to train freshman legislators after newcomer Representative-elect Cynthia Davis, Republican-O'Fallon, committed the first gaffe
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.