Authenticity, Charisma Count for US Presidential Candidates

In the early days of the United States, a candidate’s charisma did not matter as much in a presidential election. But in the era of electronic and social media, a candidate’s ability to individually connect with voters could determine whether he or she sits in the Oval Office. The story, from VOA’s chief national correspondent Steve Herman at the White House.

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