Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Plagiarism? What Plagiarism? Plagiarism? What Plagiarism?
Melania Trump's speech last night, I have to admit, was an excellent presentation from someone who is not a professional speaker. She was poised and confident and well expressed the oft unseen human side of Donald Trump and his family. In every respect, it was a positive moment for the campaign and Mr. Trump.
A small issue arose regarding some language that Mrs. Trump used in the course of her speech. Some thought it was similar language to that used by Michelle Obama in a prior speech of her own. Well, maybe, but these were common words and phrases, in no way blunting the impact of her fine speech.
I'm no Trump supporter but Melania won me over last night.
Oh, another thought: I have to admit that last night Melania Trump, who is not a professional speaker, gave an excellent presentation. Poised and expressing self confidence, she presented a side of Donald Trump and his family, the human side, that we don't usually see. From every angle, it was a top-notch moment for Mr. Trump and the campaign.
There was a minor issue brought forward regarding some wording that Mrs. Trump used in her speech that certain people thought was similar to words spoken by Michelle Obama in a speech she made. Well, it's possible but mostly balderdash! Common words and phrases in no way minimize the impact of her effective presentation.
I still don't like Mr. Trump but Melania impressed me last night.
Oh, yeah, I meant to say this: In watching the presentation of Melania Trump last night, I concede that as a non-professional speaker, she presented quite well. Exhibiting poise and confidence of self ...