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I understand that "talk out of both political parties of her mouth" is a details idiom supplied to explain the action of saying different things to different people around the exact same subject, so i have constantly associated this expression through the synonym "lying"...
Basically, it means saying one point but meaning a various thing. For example if you were strong arming who you might say something choose "It"s in your best interest come comply." with it being understood that violence is implied without actually stating violence.
To "talk out of both political parties of (your) mouth" is to tell various parties different things. This would be akin to lying.https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/talk+out+of+both+sides+of+mouth
To try to maintain inconsistent positions or beliefs in an effort to please the most people. "We all recognize that you"ve to be talking out of both political parties of your mouth around the merger, for this reason please, just tell us the truth.Will there be layoffs or not?" "I don"t trust the candidate—he quiet hasn"t cursed to a clean course of action and is constantly talking the end of both sides of his mouth."
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