We all have opinions. We like and dislike people, believe or disbelieve things. We possess our own worldview that affects how we go about conversations and how we process information. The problem is that all of these things, if we allow them to, will render our analysis ineffective and/or even inaccurate. To remain accurate and effective, we need to keep bias out of analysis.
Today we’ll talk about President Trump’s remarks on Otto Warmbier and the $2 million medical bill that North Korea apparently sent to the US. Did Trump pay it? Did he make a promise and not keep it? Let’s take a look — without supporting or condemning him out of the gate. THAT is what analysis is all about. We follow truth — not our own biases.