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Good question. “How many troops would you send?” It forced the oppositions to elaborate and provide detail that they hadn’t previously provided They made the point that other countries were providing troops. You didn’t need to emphasize it They never said your image wasn’t at stake, just that it would help to go into Libya Good recovery from the question. You made the point that oil was being wasted which is
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Unformatted text preview: bad regardless of whether or not we use it. Elaborate on how our image will be hurt. No data or warrant. Good point about the international crimes. You answered the question well at the beginning but started to falter in hammering home the support Decent eye contact and composure. Would have liked to hear more colorful language....
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