WOOD: So one, when he has 45 minutes to get up on stage, I want people to pay close attention to the logical flow of his argument, to the evidence he's providing, to the lack there of, right? I want people to see what kinds of questions make him backpedal, what kind of questions make a pause, right? Where is he - because this is in the public sphere, in the political sphere. When you're getting things done, it's always going to be contentious, whether the issue's welfare, whether it's crime, whether it's taxation, it doesn't - right?
I have two questions:
- What is the meaning of the bold sentence from the paragraph above, what's the point of adding "right?" ?
- And what does "it doesn't" refers to?
Thanks for answering!!