Neither Confirm Nor Deny – The Glomar Response

I was curious where the statement “Neither Confirm Nor Deny” originated and why they call it the Glomar Response. To answer the first part people have been using the phrase you many years, one of the earliest known was in 1916, Ford representatives said they would “neither confirm nor deny” that price cuts were in the offing for its popular Model-T automobile.

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