A simple No I didnt would have been a good denial.
He’s refusing to respond at all. That sends a powerful message regarding what they can expect from him in the future. When you refuse to respond for the reasons he gave, it sorta dies or becomes a different issue. If you deny it, the story gets legs.
It really is a bit like the old “is it true you’ve stopped beating your wife?” scenario. Calling it an undignified question and moving on from there is the right course. If the media wants to continue pursuing it, they can, but they start looking like the bore at a dinner party that won’t let a subject go.
posted on 10/04/2017 10:44:07 AM PDT
by robroys woman
(So you're not confused, I'm male.)
To: robroys woman
Hes refusing to respond at all.
He is however, responding to the allegation that he had considering resigning. Curious that he denies one thing but won't comment on the other.
posted on 10/04/2017 11:11:31 AM PDT
by Kevin C
To: robroys woman; Genoa
Refusing to respond sends a powerful message that it might be true and that’s what gives the story “legs”. He should deny it.
posted on 10/05/2017 2:10:56 AM PDT
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