Pronouns create a special effect in the speech of politicians. Using them, politicians can present themselves as dividing the interests of the audience, and also present themselves as good diplomats and the most appropriate leaders of their nation. One of the key moments in the politician’s self-presentation is the use of the first person singular pronoun “I”. In quantitative analysis, it was found that the use of the pronoun “I” is most typical for the representatives of the European Parliament, which shows their desire to emphasize the significance of the present moment, the expression of their opinion, and also makes the speech of politicians the most subjective. Honesty and openness, involvement in certain events and personal involvement in certain cases, especially positive ones, is also emphasized by the frequent use of the first person pronoun. number.