So announced William J. Burns after becoming president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Prior to joining the organization, Burns was a distinguished and well respected member of government.
He earned a reputation for fairness.
That reputation is now at risk as a result of Andrew S. Weiss.
The vice president of the organization has been Tweeting . . .
has been Tweeting McCarthyistic smears.
Carnegie supposedly exists to foster dialogue but here's v.p. Weiss smearing someone for conversations.
He needs to apologize and then he needs to go.
If he doesn't, it's Carnegie Endowment's image that will suffer.