Why in the world would you rush your brand new superstar governor into a press conference or one on one interview? You know what they want. The idea is to think of lots of detailed foreign policy questions with answers requiring memorization rather than simple analysis and start tossing those like bombs. She needs time to transition from the governor set of facts to a presidential set of facts and then she’ll knock their teeth out.
Why take a chance on turning your most valuable acquisition into damaged goods? There’s a long campaign ahead, sir.
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