Not many of the journalists in the room were convinced by what's known in the trade as a non-denial denial
"Want to see a classic example of a non-denial denial
? Notice how shrewd and deceptive her divine lawyers are by qualifying that the Queen of All Fixers did not intervene for Aliceinwonderland in any PENDING tax case," Gretchen said.
Finally, when the "great intel" story breaks, Trump's present national security adviser, Lt General HR Mc Master, issues a deeply awkward non-denial denial
.Twelve hours later, Trump undermines him with a tweet.
I understand that this sounds to me like a non-denial denial
According to the report, Longmore, who published the study on his blog, called the response a 'non-denial denial
Georges, who gave the business paper a non-denial denial
, owns a New Orleans grocery-distribution business and marine services, video, arcade and restaurant companies.
His response was a non-denial denial
accompanied by his unreasonable facsimile of a laugh.
So why all the fuss over Paul's latest non-denial denial
that he's interested in a third-party candidacy?
In one great political book called All The President's Men, this would have been known as a non-denial denial
. You know who made non-denial denials
The next day (May 28), THE NEW AMERICAN reported: "It is possible that there are two entirely different sets of abusive photographs, based upon Gibbs' non-denial denial
It is me sitting down and scribbling." But then he spoiled it all by saying that at one point Downing Street had issued a "non-denial denial
But then Campbell spoiled it all by saying that at one point Downing Street had issued a 'non-denial denial
THE non-denial denial
is a managerial tool well used by most football gaffers.
POLITICS gave us the non-denial denial
. Sport is leading the way with the non-apology apology.
But Perry's non-denial denial
is a little more significant this time because he was asked specifically if he would "rule out" running for president.