They were specific, sensible promises—ones that enabled him to mislead the electorate about his real plans for America.
This just shows you how desperate the Other Side is and how willing it is to mislead the American People.
It might also mislead people about what problems are most pressing.
“I am not trying to mislead the court, My Lady,” Dixon answered.
Did he mislead Parliament when he denied he had ever lobbied in favor of the BSkyB bid?
Sometimes his hints are intended to help at the time, sometimes to mislead temporarily.
However, Sir, don't let me mislead you, as if I would interest your pity.
But there is yet another thing connected with the Famine advances, which is very likely to mislead.
Ah, but you see, madame, it is an insincerity that does not mislead.
May this communication not be a false one—written to mislead or provoke me?