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Talk about misleading! Check out this headline on Reuters: (Original Post) Wonder Why Dec 1 OP
Plot also means to mark a route on a map AZSkiffyGeek Dec 1 #1
I don't ever remember a presidential trip being "plotted" in lieu of "planned" Wonder Why Dec 1 #3
my immediate thought also. k55f5r Dec 1 #5
you're correct of course. (there's some chance stopdiggin Dec 1 #6
But that implies a course that is not immediately obvious muriel_volestrangler Dec 1 #7
Yea but, plot makes it sound spyish? Like he is up to no good?? Words have power. Srkdqltr Dec 1 #2
nogoodnick AllaN01Bear Dec 1 #4


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6. you're correct of course. (there's some chance
Fri Dec 1, 2023, 12:01 PM
Dec 1

that this was not the egregious slur it's being made out for)


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7. But that implies a course that is not immediately obvious
Fri Dec 1, 2023, 12:22 PM
Dec 1

"Biden plots way past Congressional shutdown" would seem a good use of the verb - there are decisions to be made, after thought. It's not like the President is going to have to think about how to make this trip - if he says he wants it to happen, then someone works out the schedule.

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