Questions Over Melania Trump’s Speech Set Off Finger-Pointing
Mrs. Trump enjoys higher popularity ratings than her husband, but she has been accused of plagiarism before. In 2016, a large part of a speech she delivered at the Republican convention appeared to be taken from remarks Michelle Obama, her immediate predecessor, delivered in 2008. On Monday, observers also noted that Mrs. Obama had delivered remarks in 2016 urging men to “be better.”
–The New York Times, by Katie Rogers,
Fifteen minutes and 44 seconds into her 17 minutes speech, her plaguirism becomes loudly apparent.
Our Current First Lady stole from this speech by her predecessor.
Stephen Colbert uses an excellent actress to make fun of Melania
I have written speeches for the Democratic and Republican chairs of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
++++ Aaron Sorkin’s “West Wing” brilliantly provides what it is like to write speeches in the White House. I never wrote a White House speech. I did write for the Wall Street Journal Magazine an article on the subject.
My speechwriting credentials
For a speechwriter and ghost, which is how I paid the rent and then the mortgage, being published anonymously in Vital Speeches is a high and bankable honor. Here is the speech which demonstrates how high level public officials can explain away the mistakes of the president who appointed them.
Hardball’s Chris Mathews incorrectly asserts Mrs. Trump’s speechwriter should be fired
The speaker should be fired.
Donald Trump’s wives
1. Ivana Trump
2. Marla Maples
3. Melania Trump
Meanwhile, I have to go to physical therapy at HealthSouth
Portraits of the First Ladies during my 70 years
2. Mamie Eisenhower
3. Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy
4. Lady Bird Johnson
5. Pat Nixon
6. Betty Ford
Until the next Trump extended family plagiarism
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Betsy DeVos appears to have plagiarized quotes for Senate questionnaire. See: Francine Clay