Some Rules for Interviewing the Right

  1. It’s all about personal appearance. Look good, keep the camera on you, and focus on the interviewee at a bad angle and\or “monster lighting”.
  2. Act as both a personal victim and a defender of victims.
  3. Speak with imperious aggression.
  4. Make accusations and wrinkle your nose at any response.
  5. Give more time when the answer is short and unimportant, and almost none when the answer is long and crucial.
  6. Seize on the first few words uttered to attack.
  7. Never acknowledge any good remarks.


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