It’s normal for conceding presidential candidates to give their speech in the middle of the night, as their guests are still at HQ and the final results are trickling in. Hillary Clinton, however, decided not to do that after losing the 2016 election to Donald Trump. Instead her team...
Author - Paula Keaveney
Paula Keaveney is a Lecturer in Public Relations and Politics. A former journalist and PR professional, her research interests include political communications, public affairs and PR and marketing in the charity sector. She is the co-author of a text book on charity marketing and guest editor of Behind the Spin, an on-line publication for PR students and young practitioners.
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