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时间: 2019-11-12 13:57:02 香港内部六码 热te46t34fawtwe:99℃

Left to herself, Theresa May would make a good poker player. Her natural style is to keep her intentions mysterious and not to give away her thinking in advance. She has long mastered the art of maintaining the same facial expression whether on the verge of triumph or disaster.

Her negotiations with the EU, however, have been like trying to play poker with a crowd around her shouting out loud “You’ve played your strongest card already” or “Oh no, how can you possibly hold out with such a weak hand?”. Combined with the difficulty of playing against a clock running down, this has made things very simple for the other side. They can be bold because they are confident she has to fold in the end....

Left to herself, Theresa May would make a good poker player. Her natural style is to keep her intentions mysterious and not to give away her thinking in advance. She has long mastered the art of maintaining the same facial expression whether on the verge of triumph or disaster.

Her negotiations with the EU, however, have been like trying to play poker with a crowd around her shouting out loud “You’ve played your strongest card already” or “Oh no, how can you possibly hold out with such a weak hand?”. Combined with the difficulty of playing against a clock running down, this has made things very simple for the other side. They can be bold because they are confident she has to fold in the end....

Left to herself, Theresa May would make a good poker player. Her natural style is to keep her intentions mysterious and not to give away her thinking in advance. She has long mastered the art of maintaining the same facial expression whether on the verge of triumph or disaster.

Her negotiations with the EU, however, have been like trying to play poker with a crowd around her shouting out loud “You’ve played your strongest card already” or “Oh no, how can you possibly hold out with such a weak hand?”. Combined with the difficulty of playing against a clock running down, this has made things very simple for the other side. They can be bold because they are confident she has to fold in the end....

Left to herself, Theresa May would make a good poker player. Her natural style is to keep her intentions mysterious and not to give away her thinking in advance. She has long mastered the art of maintaining the same facial expression whether on the verge of triumph or disaster.

Her negotiations with the EU, however, have been like trying to play poker with a crowd around her shouting out loud “You’ve played your strongest card already” or “Oh no, how can you possibly hold out with such a weak hand?”. Combined with the difficulty of playing against a clock running down, this has made things very simple for the other side. They can be bold because they are confident she has to fold in the end....