Analyzing the Rhetoric and Delivery of President Biden’s First SOTU

President Theodore Roosevelt famously called the U. S. presidency a ‘bully pulpit,” by which he meant a wonderful platform from which to talk to the country and the world about ideas. Never was that truth more in evidence than last night at President Biden’s first State of the Union address. He spent the first ten minutes or so talking about the war in Ukraine, coming out…

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communications coach, author and speaker; fascinated by all things creative

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