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1) Candidate thoughts are never discussed. So, A and C are out.
2) D is out - Nothing i said abt easier or tougher, it is probably for publicity.
3) Between A and E, E is within scope and is a valid inference.
I too chose E, but then reassured myself that B is good. As inference should be what is hidden between the lines. not explicitly stated.
passage says that advisors should stay out of the limelight, this can be proved by considering Limelight as circle created by catchy news or rumors. Press loves being there and reports what advisors does. But to put forward the correct info advisors should stay out of that circle.
distorted reasoning, but, yeah I guess, could be right.
Just to add another disgruntled voice against B Agree that the press is in the limelight because they want to make proper coverage. However, it could be in the limelight simply because it is their "bread and butter" and they need that money to pay for their living. Actually, many people in this world work for the money, not because they like their job (a bit grim isn't it?). Hence, to claim that the press are in the limelight just because they like it is unreasonable and even preposterous. B is an unwarranted assumption and E must be the answer. _________________
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