I. Introduction Donald Trump: American Hero or Villain? For many Americans, Trump is seen as the long-awaited saviour of the nation. Others see him as the man to start World War III. In my paper, I will analyse Donald Trump’s political activities before and after the election to get an objective viewpoint of America’s President.
Fallacies in political speeches: Donald Trump announces he is running for president. Donald Trump’s one very distinct “ability” is making a vast amount of people react to what he says. Be it good or bad, this makes him gain more attention not only in the United States, but all over the world. At the end of the day, what really matters is if his statements have, in fact, any effect on people’s votes. So for those who are not yet sure about his sincerity, it only takes a not to deep analysis of his speeches to spot serious fallacies.
The president of the united states should be highly educated and if you 're not I don 't believe you qualified to be president Donald Trump also shouldn’t be president because of what he said about banning muslims. His exact words were “total and complete
Rationale: Personally, I find Donald Trump irrational and unsuitable to become the next American President. Accordingly, I have been having a trouble understanding the popularity and support he has. For this reason, I wanted to investigate on his speech, especially its linguistic features, in order to comprehend why and how people have faith in him. Hence, for the written task for Part 2 – Language and mass communication of the course, I have decided to write an article by a critic in reaction to Donald Trump’s announcement of his candidacy for President of the United States, which was delivered on the sixteenth of June, 2015. An article is appropriate for this task because it allows me to express my understanding and opinion.
The thirteenth amendment in the Declaration of Independence ended slavery and the fourteenth Amendment ended slavery in essence. These legislations are set in place however racism is a reoccurring theme in America especially in recent months with President Trump in power. President Trump has a number of motions in place to prohibit individuals from certain races access into America. In situations similar to this it can be difficult for the state to ban racist advertisements when the president holds a huge amount of power. Trump has encouraged mainly his supporters to act out vocally and physically which is becoming increasingly concerning.
With multiple ad hominem attacks to his predecessors, he evoked a sense of urgency of his appointment as President in these dire times to “Make America Great Again”. He also extensively appealed to the pathos or emotions of the audience by using simple and direct language. In a nation where patriotism should never be underestimated, Trump tugged the heartstrings of his target audience to provide reassurance. However, Trump’s persuasiveness is weakened as a result of his failure to establish any logic to his ample arguments, especially to the American citizens who did not vote for him but have to accept him as their President for the next four years. Echoing a nationalist and populist undertone, Trump approached the topics of American policy and economy with a focus on
From a personal standpoint, when observing the Merriam Webster Dictionary’s definition of the word deplorable, the definition provided an accurate description of another particular person in general. For instance, stroking the fears of racism and bigotry intensely describes the deplorable behavior of the Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump. From a personal perspective, if having the opportunity to provide an alternative definition of the word deplorable, the definition would consist of this: An unacceptability of intolerable and dreadfulness characterization caused by an individual’s behavior (actions) or describing a condition of some sort. Moreover, when continuing back to the Democratic Presidential Nominee Clinton’s description of the Republican Presidential Nominee Trump’s supporters as a basket of deplorable(s), she has acknowledged that she regrets making that particular statement. However, on a final note, if the Democratic Presidential Nominee Clinton only described former Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan and white nationalist David Duke and Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump as deplorables, the word would perfectly fit the
His goal is to make sure that the audience and potential voters will remember what he was talking about. The way he speaks is distant from the popular modern political rhetorical rules. He uses punchlines and underlines something he wants to be remembered by placing the most important word at the end of the sentence. The way Donald Trump is using the language is not common in a political world as most of politicians are rather careful of what they say during their public speeches or in the Internet. In
Baker makes trump seem ill minded in here and i completely agree with him. This is because throughout this whole column baker just uses quote after quote straight from trump's mouth, or should i say his twitter feed, about what he thinks of himself. One quote from trump that really got to me was that he was a “VERY successful businessman” and television star who won the presidency on his first try. “I think that would qualify as not smart, but genius....and a very stable genius at that!” If baker was trying to point out that trump was not very intelligent in this article, which in my opinion that is what he is doing, he nailed it right on the head with just that quote. I say this because baker pointed out that trump thinks he makes a good and smart president just because he was the host of a reality television show eleven years
Trump message has many plans and ideas he express theses ideas with the claim, repetition and of other political partners. His claim is that he is the only person that can return the united states to a great nation. What nation is he talking about need fix? America should be going forward. We don 't have to go back in those.
But it’s not even his strengths that are dominating his approval ratings though; it’s more of his opponents’ weaknesses. Trump could win the approval ratings of the people, as has happened in the past, but there is absolutely no evidence that he will win the nomination