An employee the Trump Organisation has admitted plagiarism helping to write Melania Trump's speech the Republican National Convention. Mrs Trump was speaking the convention to support her husband Donald becoming the Republican nominee the race to be President the USA in November. She made a speech how great she thought her husband was. Unfortunately, many journalists recognised several lines the speech. They were identical to lines a speech given by Michelle Obama in 2008 about her husband Barack. Newspapers have been full stories in recent days about how Donald Trump's organisation allowed Mrs Trump to make a speech that was plagiarised.
Plagiarism is copying the work other people saying you are copying it. Students are taught a very young age not to copy because it is stealing. Students who copy the work others usually receive an F-grade their work. Schools often expel students plagiarism. Dr Alex Goodall, a university examination expert, said: "Melania's speech offers us a graphic example plagiarism in action, the highest levels American politics." Writing expert Dr Declan Kavanagh said that because the plagiarism, people will not trust or believe her words. Donald Trump said the story was "good news" because the speech, "got more publicity than any [speech] the history politics".