Ainsley Earhardt interviews President Donald Trump.

By Samy Amanatullah
09/14/2018 • 04:26 AM EST

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: dysphemismsee definition - replacing neutral language with more derogatory or unpleasant terms, to instill a negative association.
: The term "flipping" used to describe the standard law enforcement practice of using cooperating defendants to testify against others for reduced sentences.
: appeal to pitysee definition - portraying oneself as a victim in order to gain sympathy and manufacture justification for attacking your opponents.

Cumulative total of the techniques detected over the 12:23 runtime of this video clip:


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