Which U.S. President was known as "The Great Communicator"?
Ronald Reagan was nicknamed "The Great Communicator", and has been deemed as one of the best public speakers in American history. His unparalleled communication skills began as a radio broadcaster and developed during his time as a Hollywood actor. Before speeches, he would often drink hot water to relax his vocal chords, a trick he adopted on the advice of his friend Frank Sinatra. In his 1989 farewell address President Reagan said, "I won the nickname the great communicator. But I never thought it was my style that made a difference—it was the content. I wasn't a great communicator, but I communicated great things."
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