George W. Bush’s former press secretary, Dana Perino, said, “It’s very difficult to try to connect with the audience without a real audience there, but he has the ability to connect with people through the screen.” “When you talk about authenticity, it’s in spades. She has that voice, her clarity, and knows what she wants to do. She was really trying to get everyone to focus and then she had a call to action: ask for her ballot tonight. I think the DNC, if they watch during the night, the first virtual conference in our history, they would say that Michelle Obama stopped the landing. ”
“I agree with Dana,” Chris Wallace continued. “Michelle Obama, as she said, does not like politics and she said the speech was her main contribution to the Biden campaign. It was a heck of a contribution. She really flared, sliced and stunned Donald Trump. , Who was talking about anarchy and confusion and lack of sympathy, especially coming from this president and this White House. ”
“It was a very effective speech,” he said.
According to Juan Williams, Michelle Obama is “famous” when he goes low, we make a high-powered speech from the 2016 conference. “I heard it like a son,” he said. “I thought she was saying to you, like a mother, like a hard mother, like a tiger mother. It’s important. It’s something that’s important to our family. It’s what we are in this family Are. That’s our identity. We have sympathy. We understand kindness. ”
“I’m surprised at how I felt,” Williams said. “I really thought that was a great speech.”
Anchor Brett Bair, who rarely lets his opinion be credited, gave Democrats “to put their best foot forward on the first night”.
Even the deeply conservative commentator Brit Hume acknowledged Obama was “very good” and his speech was “effective”, although he accused it of including “distortions and exaggerations” in his speech, but said that we Let’s hope in political rhetoric. ”
“So the question is not the actual veracity of that case, but how effectively it is delivered and whether the attacks are likely to have an impact on that voter,” said Hume. “I suspect in this case, probably, it did.”