But that wasn’t always the case.
According to historians/journalists and authors Robert Dallek and Robert Caro, John F Kennedy was far from being an engaging or effective public speaker when he first took to the political stage in the late 1940s. Rather, many found him to be a ‘dull, uninspiring, lacking in wit, and forgettable’ speaker!
Wow. Does that surprise you? Makes you wonder what he did to become a speaking colossus, right?