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U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley is the best communicator in politics, according to a study by technology company Trint. The Indian American diplomat did so well because she speaks clearly, intelligibly and is easy to understand, noted Trint. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images photo)

A study by technology company Trint has revealed that U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley is the best communicator in American politics.

Trint, which specializes in voice transcription, said the Indian American former South Carolina governor is a better orator than Hillary Clinton and a stronger speaker than former President Barack Obama.

Additionally, the study said that Haley is far better than her boss, President Donald Trump, according to a Post and Courier report.

Trint is a web application that uses artificial intelligence robots to transcribe what people say. It said in a news release that they wanted to find out which politicians their A.I.-powered robots understood best.

Trint took audio recordings of the political speeches and ran it through its transcription A.I. They then used a standard known as Word Error Rate, which measures the accuracy of an A.I.-transcribed text against a 100 percent accurate transcription, to determine the winner, according to the news release.

From that, Haley scored 99.48 percent accuracy. The ambassador was followed by Clinton and U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. Obama came in eighth and Trump was placed 11th out of the 14 politicians it gauged.

Trint added that Haley did so well because she speaks clearly, intelligibly and is easy to understand.

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