At several points in her talk with minority women small-business owners, Clinton slowed her speech and lowered the timbre of her voice for a Southern drawl.
Earlier this year, Bloomberg highlighted versions of American English employed by Clinton, going back to her early years as first lady of Arkansas and first lady of the United States. 
More recently, the former secretary of State has been known for high-pitched, fast-paced speeches that are more pronounced, such as her press conference acknowledging her use of private email earlier this year.
Clinton is the 2016 Democratic presidential front-runner and is expected to hold her first major campaign rally June 13.