The Angle

The Angle: Monday Shocker Edition

Slate’s daily newsletter on Trump’s options, the Hannity reveal, and Wild Wild Country.

NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 02:  Sean Hannity attends Geraldo Rivera Launches His New Book 'The Geraldo Show: A Memoir' at Del Frisco's Grille on April 2, 2018 in New York City.  (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)
It’s too much.
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Ay-yi-yi: So Michael Cohen’s mystery third client, after Trump and the person Ben Mathis-Lilley calls “RNC affair guy,” turned out to be … Sean Hannity. Longtime Fox-watcher Isaac Chotiner processes the news.

His options: Chotiner interviews lawyer Paul Rosenzweig, who argues that Trump’s legal options are narrowing day by day.

They did what: Excitement! We got Alison Green, author of the Ask a Manager advice column, to write for us about workplace issues. Her first installment concerns job interviewers who indulge in truly bizarre behavior—and the interviewees who let them.

“Bad bitch”: Wild Wild Country, the popular Netflix cult documentary, features a woman nobody should idolize. But, as Inkoo Kang writes, liberal viewers seem to love Ma Anand Sheela’s fearless ways—which shows that shameless Trumpish behavior has nonpartisan appeal.

For fun: a good NBA tweeter, a bad video.

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Rebecca

Rebecca Onion is a Slate staff writer and the author of Innocent Experiments.