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The contrast between United States President Donald Trump style of speech and his predecessor's could not be more stark.

President Obama speaks in considered, eloquent long sentences that often show he wishes to deal with an issue with a soft touch.

President Trump does not.

We recently provided an example on the subject of Israel and Palestine - Barack Obama used 740 words to Donald Trump's garbled and ill-considered 114.

Emily Gorcenski, who describes herself as a Data Scientist and has previously written and spoken about voting machines, social and design factors in videogames and most recently, she's been talking about Trump's speech patterns.

Others often agreed, and some chimed in:

Funnily enough, even a Trump spokesperson has given credence to this theory - Kellyanne Conway.

She implored the media to take after his supporters and not take what he says at face value following his criticism of Meryl Streep:

Why can’t you give him the benefit of the doubt? Why is everything taken at face value? You can’t give him the benefit of the doubt on this and he’s telling you what was in his heart, you always want to go with what’s come out of his mouth rather than look at what’s in his heart.

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