being too obvious about it so that he would not offend anybody in the audience. Russell at no point degraded Donald Trump but managed to make the point he wished. When it came down to the whole period of speaking I found it to be very uninteresting. The speaker did a great job at speaking continuously about whatever question he was asked but when it went to the crowds turn to ask questions nobody really had any questions. This caused people to feel the need to ask questions that were basically already answered before. The speakerended up having to repeat himself so that he could answer the audience questions. The speaker did not have the ability to move from body to body because of the questions being similar or already answered. This was the biggest down fall of the speech, although it was not his fault.
3The largest part of the speech that made me shaky about believing the speaker is that at no point did he back up any of his information. The speaker did not use any oral citations so at no point did I know where his information was coming from, how recent the information is or how qualified the information was. [Nelson, P., Titsworth, B.S., & Pearson, J. (2013) pg. 105] The only reason that I was able to believe anything coming from his mouth is the fact that when he was introduced they told us that he was a scholarly journalist. So, I would say that the speaker