Western politicians, especially the US president, seem to have good eloquence. They all have public speeches, and they are always eloquent. Some of the famous chapters are also circulated as classic quotes. In fact, this “eloquence” is not entirely a personal achievement, but more a result of collective creation. For example, the US president has a special writing team. These white house writers are the behind-the-scenes heroes who have created “presidential eloquence.”
British Prime Minister hires US “West Wing Writer”
In British politics, Prime Minister Brown is clearly not vocal, and critics say his speech is tedious and not filthy. However, during the visit to the United States in March this year, Brown suddenly became “scarred” and it was impressive. In particular, his speech at the joint meeting of the Senate and the House of Representatives in the United States Congress won 19 collective standing ovations in the presence of the members of the House of Representatives, and President Obama also personally sent a congratulatory message. American commentators believe that Brown’s speech is not only passionate, but also very relevant when it comes to the global economic situation.