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Which is part of the final step of making an effective rebuttal? a) identify weaknesses in the opposition’s counterclaim. b) listen to the opposition’s counterclaim and evidence. c) identify opportunities to strengthen the original claim. d) present evidence that supports the original claim.

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By law, an existing rebuttal is a type of evidence to refute or invalidate another sign offered by an opposition party. Apparently the similar term is used in politics and public affairs to refer to the casual process by which declarations are organized, which aim to refute or disprove exact influences that adversaries put forward. So the answer is D.