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21 Sep 2016 - 04:36:24

Is Lying Trump's Strategy? - New York Times

Photo President Obamas long-form birth certificate. The deception was so brazen, so demonstrably disprovable, that it felt like a milestone in campaign history: After relentlessly promoting the lie that Barack Obama was born outside the United States, Donald J. Trump looked into the cameras and declared that he had instead debunked that insidious myth.

Which raises a question: Is dishonesty this audacious and deliberate official campaign strategy for Mr. Trump? In the latest episode of The Run-Up, we posed that question to two top presidential campaign strategists from both parties: Mike Murphy, who advised Jeb Bush this year and John McCain in 2000, and Paul Begala, a political strategist for Bill Clinton in 1992.

We hear from Pamela Meyer, an expert on lying and the author of Liespotting: Proven Techniques to Detect Deception.

I think hes a great liar, Ms. Meyer told us of Mr. Trump. A good liar intuitively knows what it is you want to hear, dangles it out in front of you just when you need it, expresses confidence enough so that you allow them a path if you think theyre lying or might trust them a little bit more than you normally would.

In the episode, Im also joined by my colleague Maggie Haberman, who has covered Mr. Trump and Hillary Clinton and who questions whether Mr. Trumps lies or inconsistencies are the result of a careful strategy.

Continue reading the main storyI think Trump will say whatever he has to say to get through a 5- or 10-minute moment in time, she said on the show. Those are the chunks in which he operates and thinks.

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