News Coverage-Please Help!

The presence of round-the-clock television news coverage and
instantaneous Internet analyses
often prevents a president from:

1. consulting with cabinet members and
other top advisors before making
decisions.

2. engaging in prolonged consideration
of an issue before issuing a public
statement.

3. being heard in an overload media
enviroment.

4. using speech writers to help prepare
public statements.

Would (B) engaging in prolonged
consideration of an issue before
issuing a public statement, be correct?


B is an acceptable answer. There are no secrets anymore.

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