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In fact, Hurwitz also wrote the words to Michelle Obama’s 2008 convention address — words that were resurrected nearly verbatim July 18 by Melania Trump, wife of Republican nominee Donald J. Trump, at last week’s Republican National Convention, according to Forward.com.