Then the caller said he would do the same to Mexicans crossing the border.
This fact, in print for almost two decades, was dusted off last week as a new revelation in the Daily caller website.
Maybe the Daily caller has missed people who came to the White House more often, or otherwise made a mistake with the data.
So what piece could have so passionately enraged this caller that I was marked for death?
According to The Daily caller, John Bolton, the former ambassador to the United Nations could have designs on the White House.
Did their yawning cease when the bell rang and a caller was admitted?
It is no wonder, perhaps, that this lady was unaware of her caller's real nature.
A purple curtain was drawn across the lobby, screening the caller newly arrived from the one so hurriedly departing.
While Hester was eating, the caller made no attempt to converse.
When the investigator and his caller were alone, the former offered the other some cigarettes.
c.1500, "one who proclaims," agent noun from call (v.). Meaning "one who announces step changes at a dance" is recorded from 1882; "one who places a telephone call," 1898. Meaning "a social visitor" is attested from 1786.