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Why do political analysts on TV or radio, seem to stutter through every sentence?
I can't tell if these people are excited about what they are talking about or fishing for astounding things to say. Maybe it's just a fashionable trend. Have you noticed this?
Typically they're trying to keep what they say inline with the channel's interests. Also many are being told exactly what to talk about by the producer.
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