My point, really. Just unprofessional and completely agenda (based on incorrect premise) driven. The key to a good interview is to listen to the responses and follow up. The follow up, more often than not, is where one typically gleans the most important and/or interesting information. She embarrassed herself. However, if you watch, you can see that she's focused on the paper in front of her (original talking points) and her follow up is not based on the interview so much as the voices in her earpiece. To me, she seemed rattled.