Why does Othello trust ago more than his wife?

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"Honest Iago" is all about planting the seeds of doubt in his victims and carefully "watering" and cultivating that doubt to grow until it becomes a flowering case of paranoia and vindictiveness. It does not take long for Iago to cultivate Othello's pranoia into a twisted friendship that made Iago Othello's primary confidant.