With just five minutes apiece, nineteen democratic candidates faced off on the Iowa Democratic Hall of Fame event. In this episode we take a look at three candidates that we haven't covered as much: Cory Booker, Elizabeth Warren, and Pete Buttigieg.
- Why we call Cory Booker the Football Coach
- How "Mayor Pete" utilizes example language to address policy stances to slide in to the mind of the listener
- Elizabeth Warren's persuadability and her plans to circumvent United States Supreme Court rulings
- How linking your family history to that of major historical movements aids in getting an audience on your side
- How rate of speech and volume influences whether a candidate is perceived to be more friendly
- How contrast is used to make simple ideas sound profound
- Theming, allusions, and analogies
- Why leading Democrats are now arguing that Republicans don't own the American value of freedom.
- The submodalities of viewing things from different positions and how it ties into scaffolding
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