I wasn't aware that the correct protocol before delivering a speech is to acknowledge the tribute sections by mentioning them in advance, so the audience knows the speech didn't contain plagiarised sections. But perhaps in your conservative circles they do.It common courtesy to acknowledge that you've lifted something - as I said along the lines of "...in the words of the great Margaret Thatcher" or "...as John F. Kennedy famously said...". For someone like Biden to not acknowledge where he lifts portions of his noble speeches from is just plain selfish.
You're a cataloguing and reference expert (supposedly) and you didn't know that? Or you're just playing ignorant because it's me that pointed it out.
Naturally when it comes to President Biden, we all know in your eyes he'll never measure up the the grandness of President Trump. Therefore everyone knows those comments from you will in all likelihood be somewhat biased.
At the end of the day, I'll take a President who may, from time to time, pay tribute to other past world leaders over a President who could barely string words of more than two syllables together, whilst keeping a bare-faced lying straight face
ABC news tonight reports that President-elect Biden has appointed the first ever openly gay person and former rival as incoming Secretary for Transportation. The President-elect may be the oldest ever, but his inspirational and un-biased thinking is much younger than any President before him.