You are watching television to learn about an important election. One channel describes the event as "close," another describes it as "historic," and a third channel describes the event as "a chance for the people of this nation to either get it right or get it very, very wrong." When you compare these three news reports, what you can deduce?
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The reporter on the first channel is worried about upsetting the viewers. The reporter on the third channel is biased against something in government. The reporter on the second channel does not know the details of the election. The reporters are all employees of the government, working in the White House.