Rhetorical Analysis Of A Sorry Speech

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Bill Clinton I Am Profoundly Sorry speech
Partner Analyzing Essay An apology said right can bring forgiveness, said wrong can bring more remorse. Though it was effective, Bill Clinton's apology did not bring complete forgiveness. Bill Clinton’s remarkable “Profoundly Sorry” speech, which lead to the impeachment of the president, is effective because it uses repetition, ethos, and pathos. This speech was given in the Rose Garden of the White House on Friday, December 11, 1998. Bill Clinton wrote this speech due to having an affair with Monica Lewinsky. He wanted Congress and the people to know that he was profoundly sorry for all that he has done wrong.
Bill Clinton uses figurative language to make his speaking more effective. Repetition
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