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In Act 4, Scene 7, Kent tells the Gentleman who shares his intelligence of what is happening in the political realm that “report is changeable.” Why does he say this?
Because Kent knows that Edgar will not be in Germany for long.
Because Kent knows that the Gentleman has heard many different reports about where Edgar is.
Because the Gentleman’s report of Edgar's banishment is misinformed.
Because the Gentleman’s report about Kent's whereabouts is misinformed.
Because the Gentleman’s report that Cornwall was slain is misinformed.