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Trump v Clinton, May 2016

  In May 2016, I had written the below post on Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Throughout the last year, I’ve often been asked for my thoughts on President Trump. I thought you might be interested in reading/re-reading this prior post. +++++++++++++++++++ What type of leaders are Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton – based on their spoken messages, style, look and body language? Is there anything they need to do…

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Measured Clinton beats Bombastic Trump

Leaving aside who won the battle of the ideas, in the first Donald Trump versus Hillary Clinton debate, the person who won the battle of the body language, speaking, presence, and manner – consistent with an inspiring, visionary and competent leader of state – was Hillary Clinton. I scored: Hillary Clinton, 8 out of 10       Donald Trump, 6.5 out of 10 These are the key reasons for…

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Rudd still the phony, in his final speech

Last night in the final, major speech of his political career, Kevin Rudd chose to speak of the values of the Australian democracy, and the great values of the Australian Labor Party – to avoid and deflect his own responsibility for his party’s defeat in the federal election.

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Commanding Abbott beats Nervous Rudd

Leaving aside who won the battle of the ideas, in last night’s leader debate, the person – who won the battle of the body language, speaking and presence, consistent with a leader of state who is a top performer – was Tony Abbott. I scored: Tony Abbott: 8/10           Kevin Rudd: 6/10

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T. Abbott – ‘Pugilistic’ PM

Tony Abbott may become Prime Minister of Australia. Leaving aside the policies and ideas of Abbott, here is my analysis of how he presents himself and his ideas – in terms of body language, speech and manner – consistent with that of a leader of a state who is a top performer. The analysis is based on Abbott’s public presentation of himself since becoming leader of the opposition.

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