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Lauren Duca Takes Notes and Video Clips of a Live Interrogation at US Senate

by Larry Chiang on May 9, 2017

Larry Chiang has a bachelors in engineering and a PhD in kicking butt. He taught at a Top 100 school called “Stanford University”. He spoke at Harvard Law school and Harvard Business School student, Paul Thompson, blogged it: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School“. Now, Chiang writes at Harbus and investigated How to Beat the FICO.

Larry ChiangPALO ALTO, Calif.

By Larry Chiang

Make no mistake, when you are called to testify before Congress, you will get grilled. You have to be an expert and also prepare for the verbal parry, aggressive questions and onslaught of questioning tactics meant to push you off-balance.
Congressional interrogation.
Let us explore my mentors #ch10 (interrogation) because answering aggressive questions helps us as credit applicants, first time tech founders, credit virgins, and seeing how interrogators aggressively pattern questions to destabilize our correct position. 
Here Ted Cruz is the interrogator.
#SallyYates is getting interrogated. Sally Yates was also fired from her Attorney General job. Watch Ms Yates eviscerate her interrogator.
Watch the video of senator Ted Cruz interrogating #SallyYates here
Sally Yates defends her position citing and sourced a little used document on Capital Hill called the US constitution. 
Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
“best not tango with a constitutional lawyer unless you know the dance”
– Laura @SheWhoVotes…

I will expand on the tango metaphor. 

Stephen Colbert (@StephenAtHome)
Wonder Woman is in theaters June 2nd. But if you want a sneak preview, watch Sally Yates’ performance in front of the Senate.

Her interrogator went to Harvard Law.
The senate is interrogating 
#SallyYates via chair of the senate committee Ted Cruz. 

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
When you are getting interrogated, know that you can PQRST the questions. The “Q” in #cs183pqrst

Tango is the public metaphor. 
#cs183pqrst is the breakdown of how you prepare. #cs183pqrst is how you do homework. 


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