Then he'd say some random crap he thought was more advantageous to him.
The main way to combat this, it seems, is to ask the same question over and over.
We saw it with Paula Reid of CBS, again on COVID, in the White House Press Briefing Room.
And we got a dose of it again this month, first with an interview Jared Kushner did to promote his book on Sky News.
But for now we'll just observe that, when repeatedly asked why Trump had a bunch of top-secret documents in his Mar-a-Lago basement, Kushner had no answer.
Franken broke down the screen by simply asking Stewart the same question, over and over: When did this happen before?
Jack Holmes Senior Staff Writer Jack Holmes is a senior staff writer at Esquire, where he covers politics and sports. »