A command of the English language is an essential qualification for any commander-in-chief.
The right words delivered in just the right way can secure them a place in history.
So, naturally, one might think that this election season there would also be some stirring oratory.
Sadly, this is not the case, argues writer Seth Stevenson. In a recent piece for Slate, Stevenson asks the question: what happened to elegantly crafted speeches?
Take Two put that question to Dylan Loewe. He's the former speechwriter for Vice President Joe Biden.