“You’ve never lied on your résumé, right?”
“Did your campaign coordinate with the Russian government during the 2016 election?”
“Will you sign with the Lakers this summer?”
If you ask me a question, you expect my response to be truthful. Otherwise, why would you even bother to ask the question? But it turns out that changing the way you phrase a question can affect whether people answer honestly or whether they conceal the truth.