Aside from their political differences, Donald Trump and Barack Obama have very contrasting personalities, traits and characters. Obama is known to be a great communicator and an articulate speaker whose speeches are used in English classes to show how one should speak proper English. On the other hand, Trump is not the most eloquent English speaker or US president in history. Every now and then, you can find a clip on the web where Donald Trump is being mocked for the way he speaks or mispronounces words.
Many people watched the first Presidential Debate between Biden and Trump and thought that this debate was chaotic, full of vulgar language, interruptions, and in a word, really ugly! Some people even consider this debate as the worst debate in the modern history of US Presidential Elections! Four years ago, Trump was also a presidential candidate and ran against Hillary Clinton. The Presidential Debates in 2016 were not exceptionally friendly or civilized.
1. Introduction Many of us could not watch every 2020 Democratic Primary debate. It was important for some of us to know what happened during the debates. In my case, I was reading about what happened in debates in some online newspapers, or I watched a highlight of a debate on Youtube the next day. However, they only give a summary of a debate or just broadcast a portion of debates that includes a heated exchange of opinions between candidates.
I am not a US citizen, nor have I been to the United States, but that does not mean that I should not care about the result of the US presidential election. The outcome of the election plays an important role in my life and almost everyone’s else around the world. So, I have been following the US politics for a few years.
I consider everything and every issue around me as a data science problem and an opportunity to use data science.
Since the conquest of Persia (now Iran) by the Muslim forces in the 7th century, Arabic culture and language have had an enormous influence on Iran and Iranians. Although Iran had never fully adapted Arabic as its primary language, the new Persian (Farsi) language is a mix of Arabic and the old Persian (Pahlavi) and almost uses the same alphabet for writing. Also, in some parts of Iran, Arabic is the daily-life language.