Priebus is a busy man, holding the party of Lincoln together and all, and I thanked him yet again for taking more time out of his packed schedule. Before concluding this Tuesday with Reince, I sought one final morsel of wisdom — something that might carry us forward into our next session.
He paused. “Don’t light fireworks that spark on a patio,” he said. Why? “Because they leave black marks that you can’t get off when you’re done.”
What does that mean?
“That’s for New York Times readers to figure out,” Priebus said, before vanishing back into the delirium. “It’s almost like a puzzle mystery.”
-- Tuesdays with Reince, Episode 1