The Rhetorical Analysis Of Michelle Obama's Speech

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Nakyla Dessalines
CENG 311-01
Prof. Clark
Obama Speech
Michelle Obama Democratic Conventional Speech
First lady of the United States, Michelle Obama set the tone for the Democratic Convention with her inspirational speech. There she gave a strong and persuasive speech promoting Hillary Clinton to becoming the next president of the United States. Her emotional speech allowed the public to connect to her. Throughout her speech she uplifted the crowd. Michelle Obama’s speech showed her support, and belief in Hillary Clinton as America’s next president.
In the beginning, of the speech Michelle gained a connection with the public by reminiscing with the crowd on her first speech at Democratic National Convention to promote her husband, Barack Obama. She gave an example to the public on her trust worthiness by reminding them of her vouch for Barack Obama. As she confidently stated “Remember how I told you about his character and convictions, his decency and his grace, the traits that we’ve seen every day that he’s served our country in the White House?”
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Which would let the audience know that Hillary was in their best interest. This allowed the audience to grow a trust for Hillary Clinton. In her point to persuading the crowd, she discussed that Hillary never crumbles under pressure, she faces the challenges given to her and will not quit. Flouts proceeded with the speech with indirect references and criticism toward Donald Trump. She criticized how Trump went about the campaign, and his racial comments. She discussed what a president should and should not do as a leader of the country. Michelle believes that a president should have experience, perseverance and will not discuss issues on the Internet negatively. In her point to make that a leader should lead, and not make injudicious decisions. In all of Michelle’s qualification for presidency, Donald Trump did not fit

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