Sun-Times Editor Chris De Luca Bitterly Blasted by Former Subordinate

Sun-Times Editor Chris De Luca Bitterly Blasted by Former Subordinate

Chicago Sun-Times Editor Chris De Luca certainly has some enemies in this town. He’s publicly feuded with Teddy Greenstein of the Chicago Tribune. Former Sun-Times writer Jim O’Donnell seems to have a very bitter resentment for De Luca.

O’Donnell has been extremely vitriolic and bitter towards De Luca on Twitter. O’Donnell has attacked De Luca both personally and professionally. He often invokes the current NBA Playoff futility of the Chicago Bulls, analogizing their incompetence to that of Chris De Luca.

This is epic. These tweets are melt down level material. Chris De Luca has not tweeted any responses to this. He appears to be taking the high road. Which is probably the right way to go.










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