Pronouns create a special effect in the speech of politicians

Pronouns create a special effect in the speech of politicians. Using pronouns, politicians have an opportunity to present that they have the same interests as their listeners, showing in this way that they are the most appropriate leaders of the nation.
Let us consider the use of the first-person singular pronoun “I”. The use of the pronoun “I” shows that politicians desire to underline the significance of the present moment, the expression of their own opinion. The use of “I” also makes the speech of politicians the most personalized. Honesty and openness, involvement in certain events and personal involvement in certain cases, especially positive ones, is also underlined by the frequent use of the first-person pronoun “I”.