off-message

Translations

off-message

[ˈɒfˌmesɪdʒ] ADJdescentrado en cuanto al mensaje
to be off-messageno centrarse en el mensaje adecuado, transmitir el mensaje erróneo
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The decision to air the ads was run by more than 50 GOP members of Congress who had expressed concerns that Trump was too often off-message on the campaign trail.
But some have suggested Church's appearance at the Festival Theatre in the Scottish Parliament was overshadowed by some of her fellow stars going off-message.
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"Saying that you have a 'Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy' -- that's what's known as 'off-message' in politics," Obama said.
Brown is decidedly off-message as his socialist cohorts are desperate to avoid a Salmond trap by debating on national TV with the evil Tories from the south.
The Bluebirds boss admitted a season blighted by controversy has taken its toll on his players, but let slip he had been upset by what he hinted was some of them going off-message at such a critical time.
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Had I been quicker off the mark I should have perhaps retorted about staff being 'off-message', or 'silo building' or even failing to 'create synergies'.
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As part of an attempt to undo any damage from the uncharacteristically off-message remark, the president has invited both men to discuss the matter with him in person, hoping the meeting will draw a line under an event that had led to accusations of racial profiling by the police.