Andrey (azangru) wrote,

I don't know the background of this particular exchange, and BBC's syntax — although it well reflects the intonation with which the interviewer asks the question — didn't help.

It took me a while (and several repetitions by the interviewer) to realize that he is reading out the definition of the word woman. Don't know from where. Don't know what the occasion was.

The video is a good example of the repugnant quality in a politician to not give straight answers to straight questions. The sleazeball on the right talks in response to the question (repeated several times), but shows no intention of addressing it directly.

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