Hillary Clinton: The Most Successful Speech

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Summary: According to your observations, which speech appears to be the most successful? Cite examples to support your claim. The most successful speech belongs to Hillary Clinton. Clinton’s speech consists of emotion, facts, strong points, and addresses problems with plans for resolution. A successful speech has to be able to make you not only hear the points made, but feel them as well. As the speech is given, Hillary causes her audience to relate and see the struggles others have made. She also provides proof of people rising from hardships. Clinton says, “My dad, Hugh, made it to college. He played football at Penn State and enlisted in the Navy after Pearl Harbor. When the war was over he started his own small business, printing…show more content…
Trump repetitively brings down his opponent, and spends most of his speech explaining why people shouldn't vote for Clinton, but less time and reasons why they should vote for him. Trump says, “Let’s review the record. In 2009, pre-Hillary, ISIS was not even on the map.” Trump is trying to draw the conclusion that Hillary is the reason for Isis. While Trump says this, Hillary comes back with fact-based evidence, showing how Trump really runs his business. Clinton says, “In Atlantic City, 60 miles from here, you'll find contractors and small businesses who lost everything because Donald Trump refused to pay his bills.People who did the work and needed the money, and didn't get it – not because he couldn't pay them, but because he wouldn't pay them.That sales pitch he's making to be your president? Put your faith in him – and you'll win big?”Not only does Hillary focus more on her plans, and facts, but Hillary strikes back fewer times that Trump. The factual based evidence and strong points is what puts Hillary Clinton at the more successful speech. After reading both speeches I came to the conclusion that Hillary Clinton had an overall more successful speech than Donald Trump. A successful speech consists of emotion, factual evidence, strong points and plans for
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