The New York Times and other fact-checkers on duty during the debate note that, technically, Crowley was right.
Candy Crowley intervened to say that the president was right.
Second note: Sullivan claims Romney is interrupting Crowley.
Crowley reigned the candidate in, and at one point told him firmly and justifiably to sit down.
But Crowley never saw the memo and made clear she did not feel bound by it.
Suddenly Mrs. Crowley threw up her hands with a gesture of dismay.
You understand that if she goes to the woods Crowley must go along on the side.
Mrs. Crowley looked round the drawing-room with satisfaction.
“We may as well get a quick rise out of him,” muttered Crowley.
Crowley straightened with a curse and, snatching his pack, fled up the stream, followed by his companion.