Lawyer Tactics That White House Press Can Learn From

President Trump’s coronavirus task force press briefings are known for his tense interactions with reporters. The president often responds to questions from the White House press corps with deflection and diversion. We asked Kent Zimmermann, a legal analyst and former attorney, to reveal courtroom tactics that lawyers would use in similar situations. One approach is treating the president as a so-called “hostile witness.” Once a witness is designated as hostile by a judge in a courtroom setting, the attorney is permitted to ask “leading questions,” which can steer a witness toward necessary answers.

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Why China Loves Tesla

Despite being a California-based company, it’s China where Tesla seems to have found its biggest fans. Tesla has seen its China sales skyrocket, and with its Shanghai factory now operational, there’s no telling how many China-built cars they could sell. So why does China and its buyers adore Tesla so much? Well, with the money China stands to make off the new Gigafactory, the boost Tesla could give the country’s struggling car industry, and the pedestal China puts EVs on, it could be a match made in heaven.

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