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Leading questions that lag

Posted on: October 20, 2019

Do leading questions (like the one below) already provide answers?

Leading question.

If so, what is the purpose of such questions? Why not make strong statements instead?

Why ask questions when you do not need to? Why not ask better questions?

Some journalists ask leading questions, but does that mean that you have to? Since you have more bandwidth and seek to generate discussion, why not stop asking leading questions?

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