- n. Plural form of talking point.
“He even wrote out talking points for her to use until the Conference on Disarmament ambassador, Jackie Sanders, who was in New York working on the nonproliferation section, said, “Anne, I don’t think John wants you to say anything.””
“I sat through the usual talking points for about an hour and, just as the debate was coming to an end, Jacobson stood up and said, “Steve Corodemus, have you ever been mentioned in a court filing regarding domestic violence?””
“I point out these facts not-as Republican talking points would have it-to stir up class envy.”
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