Interview [noun]

Definition of Interview:

questioning and evaluation

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Learn what channels are showing high engagement, the discovery process for new platforms poised to take the market, and strategies retailers both big and small can use to stay ahead of the curve in the interview below.

In our interview, Leighton said each state has its own National Guard force made up of mostly part-time troops, though the guard can also be mobilized by the federal government during national emergencies.

During the interview, Trainor referenced how the expansion of mail voting could confuse voters in his home state of Texas.

Below are a few of the best moments from her interview on The Carlos Watson Show.

He also sat down for an interview with Jose Diaz-Balart of Telemundo, his first one-on-one session with a national Spanish-language network since clinching the nomination.

Luria said in an interview Tuesday that she was pleased to hear Pelosi pledge action.

McCoy did not respond to an interview request from Voice of San Diego.

Check out The Carlos Watson Show on YouTube each day for newsmaking interviews with political heavy hitters from Jeb Bush to Pete Buttigieg to Jamaal Bowman — and that’s just the B’s.

Prime minister Abiy Ahmed, in an interview with the state’s Ethiopian Broadcasting Authority, said election was not legitimate and likened it to squatters illegally building a shanty house on land they didn’t own.

The associations of place recall her strange interview with Mr. Longcluse but a few months before.