The concept of Donald Trump delivering famous speeches has been tried before, but when it was tried before, he had not gotten up in front of the American people after winning Michigan and Mississippi on Semi-Super Tuesday and delivered an hour-long infomercial for Trump Water, Trump Wine, Trump Steaks and Trump Magazine. He even praised Trump University and Trump Airlines. Meanwhile Hillary Clinton started her speech and ended it and we never cut away once.
Trump said, in his speech, that he was "more presidential than anybody ever except the great Abe Lincoln." But after seeing a transcript of Trump's Gettysburg Address, I am not sure he needed to stop there.
Hello America. Hello, Gettysburg!
I love Pennsylvania. I love it here! Look at this place. How can you not?
Forty, 50, maybe 60 years ago, some really brilliant, remarkable guys, they got together and said, hey, let's build something. Something great, where people can be equal. And now look. Look what we have. It's wonderful, isn't it?