Not to be outdone by “stunning” Kirsten Gillibrand’s spread in Vogue this week, her opponent Joe DioGuardi brought a copy of his own magazine spread to the set of Morning Joe this morning.
The magazine was Management Accounting, and DioGuardi’s cover turn appears to be from his time in Congress, which would mean sometime between 1985 and 1989. He was featured under the provocative headline “H.R. 4495”–a bill DioGuardi sponsored that requires C.F.O.s in government agencies.
“It’s not Vogue, baby!” said Joe Scarborough, who wondered why the national Republican Party hadn’t given DioGuardi any money.
“They don’t have it, and they’d rather spend it in a cheap state like West Virginia,” DioGuardi said.
Asked why no one knows he is, DioGuardi said he had coffee recently with Donald Trump, and that people would see his ads “today, tomorrow, and through the election.”