Why Donald Trump Answers Questions by a Helicopter
Here's a wild theory. Donald Trump purposefully conducts these rare press interviews by a helicopter with its loud-ass engine running. When we see the clips on the news, usually involving Trump denying his involvement with Russian collusion, there's always that hiss-whine of the helicopter in the background.
After a while, I began to wonder if this was purposeful.
If Donald Trump truly is just a wannabe Russian-oligarch, then surely he's familiar with how they perceive power. And right now, in its current phase, Russian power involves a deeply psychological component: just take a look at fake news, automated social media bots, & the like. Many researchers would also add to that list manufactured events & spies.
So, as author Peter Pomerantsev points out, why wouldn't Donald Trump also be familiar with NeuroLinguistic Programming? It's a fitting skill set for a postmodern despot, and fashionable among the Moscow elite.
Therefore, I suggest the following: Donald Trump conducts sensitive interviews with journalists involving the Russia case by a helicopter so when the soundbites get picked up on the news, they are physiological harsh to listen to. Because it's a displeasure to listen to the soundbite (due to the background noise) then it's more likely to turn off the attention of certain viewers.
This slight edge in performance in favor of Donald Trump is just the kind of sleazy subconscious sales technique that he's prone to do. This kind of behavior is riddled in the Trump University sales packet, and it's something he exhibits all the time.
For example, when he extends his arms & shows the palm of his hands as he's talking, that's a classic NLP move. The idea is that the extended arm subconsciously denotes the size of their ideas & stature, and the open palms subconsciously signifies trustworthiness (as they're hiding nothing in their hands).
My theory is that Trump purposefully does helicopter-side interviews so that it drowns out the audio, thus making any incriminating soundbite a displeasure to listen to.