What did President Obama include in his speech?

What did President Obama include in his speech?

In the 17-minute speech, President Obama spoke about public reaction to the conclusion of the George Zimmerman trial, racial profiling, and the state of race relations in the United States. The speech was widely covered on news networks, and made headlines across the country.

What was Obama’s speech in 2004?

The keynote address at the 2004 Democratic National Convention (DNC) was given by the Illinois State Senator, United States senatorial candidate, and future President Barack Obama on the night of Tuesday, July 27, 2004, in Boston, Massachusetts.

Who wrote Obamas speeches?

Jon Favreau (speechwriter)

Jon Favreau
President Barack Obama
Preceded by Marc Thiessen
Succeeded by Cody Keenan
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Who spoke at the 2004 DNC?

The 2004 Democratic National Convention was famous because it included the keynote speech of Barack Obama, who would go on to be elected President four years later.

When did Obama give his farewell speech?

Barack Obama’s farewell address was the final public speech of Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States, delivered on January 10, 2017 at 9:00 p.m. EST. The farewell address was broadcast on various television and radio stations and livestreamed online by the White House.

Who ran against Obama for president in 2004?

United States Senate election (2004)

Party Candidate %
Democratic Barack Obama 52.77%
Democratic Dan Hynes 23.71%
Democratic Blair Hull 10.82%
Democratic Maria Pappas 6.03%

How old is Favreau speechwriter?

40 years (June 2, 1981)
Jon Favreau/Age

When was the audacity of hope speech?

While a Senate candidate, Obama delivered the keynote address at the 2004 Democratic Convention, entitled The Audacity of Hope that propelled him to national prominence.

What DNC means?

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) is the governing body of the United States Democratic Party.