Former First Lady, Michelle Obama speaks at the Democratic National Convention about who she thinks should be the new President of the United States, and why.

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When analyzing speeches, it is a good idea to put them into a pentagram, as it helps to create an overview. The first thing you look at is the speaker. The speaker is Michelle Obama.

Michelle Obama is a former first lady and is a well-known speaker at the Democratic National Convention. Michelle Obama makes a lot of use of telling how trustworthy she is through her speech.

She does so when saying “But enough of you know me by now. You know that I tell you exactly what I’m feeling. You know I hate politics. But you also know that I care about this nation.

You know how much I care about all of our children.”. Here she makes herself recognizable to the people, and creates a relationship with the listener, which makes it easier for her to get the listener's attention.

The speech was delivered at the Democratic National Convention on May 17. August 2020. The Democratic National Convention is an opportunity for candidates and others with political grounds to talk to the people. The Convention is held every four years, in connection with the Presidential election.

Michelle Obama uses of simple and comprehensible language, making it easy for the listener to understand. It also ensures that the ordinary American citizens understand it.