Faced Mrs. Trump, third wife of Republican candidate Donald Trump,
accusations that parts of her speech, Michelle Obama has been plagiarized.
Matching lines in a speech almost word for word the speech,
Mrs. Obama at the Democrats’ convention in 2008.
Ms. McIver has rejected an offer to resign by copying.
He said Ms. McIver included at a later time phrases in the draft speech
without checking Mrs. Obama’s speeches.
“I am honored to work for such a big family,” she said.
Mr. Trump was formally adopted as the Republican candidate for the presidential elections in November,
In the wake of controversy over his wife’s speech,
he tweeted and said that the publicity was good news, such as the word
“got more publicity than any in the history of politics.”
The director of Mr. Trump’s campaign flatly denied plagiarism.
After thirty-six hours,
Trump’s campaign issued a press release that it could be – should be – posted in the hours after allegations of plagiarism in a speech Melania Trump appeared for the first time.
Instead it exacerbated the story for more than one day,
absorbing precious political oxygen in a week that Republicans hope to be at the party.
This does nothing to allay the fears of some conservatives who question the professionalism
and efficiency of the political process Trump.
He drew on also leaves those who were defending Ms. Trump enthusiastically throughout the day and a half years – such as chair Paul Manafort campaign – playing the fools.
Meanwhile, Meredith McIver seems to have avoided the ax,
despite the offer by her to resign.
It seems that Mr. Trump, famous for shooting largely of people of non-professionalism – has a reality TV show centered around the concept,
after all – forgive what is generally regarded as a cardinal sin among speeches.
The scenes from the Republican National Convention speeches last night quick to point out aspects of the strong similarities
between the corridor in the Melania Trump’s remarks
and those that gave the first lady Michelle Obama during the Democratic National Convention in 2008.
Trump says the campaign is now no plagiarism allegations are “crazy” – and that any attacks Melania has received
are the result of her criticism of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Manafort painted it silly that will Melania trying to impersonate
her statements given the size of its audience and how many people she knows it will not reach.
. “, I knew that she was talking to a crowd of 35 million people last night,” said Manafort.
“I think it will be cribbing lyrics Michelle Obama is crazy.”
Trump campaign released a statement late last night saying that Melania worked with the “team of writers” who “taking notes on the inspiration of her life, and in some cases included fragments that reflect their thinking.”
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