A short history of political plagiarismBreaking News
tags: election 2016, plagiarism, Trump
Melania Trump’s speech at the Republican convention bore more than a passing resemblance to that delivered by Michelle Obama at the 2008 Democratic convention. In following very close to parts of someone else’s speech, the would-be first lady was in good company. Joe Biden, the US vice-president, was famously caught out, as were others.
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