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There was once a time in history where great leaders were also great orators.

They were respected by their fellow countrymen, as they spoke swiftly, with tones of hope and confidence while addressing the public. They’d give rousing speeches in times of darkness, and glowing reviews in times of triumph. Their words would hush their audiences, forcing crowds to lean forward in their chairs in anticipation of the words that would follow.

So you just know that Winston Churchill is rolling over in his grave listening to today’s world leaders.

On a national level, it doesn’t take an English major…

Matthew Abrey

BCIT Broadcast and Online Journalism Grad 2020

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