Alfred E Smith Dinner Analysis

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The Alfred E Smith dinner is a white tie fundraiser in the United States for Catholic charities supporting the neediest children of the Archdiocese of New York, regardless of race, creed, or color. The first dinner was in 1945, the year after Al Smith 's death. It is generally the last event at which the two U.S. presidential candidates share a stage before the election. At the dinner the each candidate is supposed to roast themselves and then at the end poke fun at their opponent briefly. This wasn’t the case for either candidates at the dinner. Donald Trump did make fun of himself more than Hillary did though. He made comments about his hands, his wife’s speech, etc. While Hillary made comments about how she 's not getting paid to be…show more content…
If that was said about Muslims there would have been a apology a few moments later, which is very sickening to hear. While she constantly brought up Putin and Russia saying that good thing there wasn’t a teleprompter to read off of since it would be so hard translating from Russian. Even though Trump doesn’t have any ties to Russia. She only got booed once throughout her whole speech even though she said much worse things about him. She also brought up how he treats women by saying most people look at the statue of liberty and think of liberty while Donald Trump looks at her and gives her a 4 maybe a 5 if she put down the torch and tablet and changed her hair. What she said there was ridiculous on the account of her husband 's standing with women, which is far far far worse than the mere words Trump has said about women which are said by every man. Also no one has more respect for women than Donald Trump which is proven by the only nice things a woman who was in a pageant he held in 1997 had to say to a news reporter but they didn’t print it because the most media doesn’t want positive remarks towards Trump. In conclusion they both had their ups and downs throughout the night, but the one thing for certain is that it was not like most Alfred E Smith
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