Our country has gone through changes since we have acquired a new president, Donald J. Trump. The United States is divided over whether to support or oppose him. One of the most popular debatable topics right now is the entry of terrorist and refugees into the United States. Whether we should block off certain countries to protect the security of America. An executive order is implemented to block off certain countries entrance.
Immigration is already a top issue in the 2016 presidential race, as it was in the previous election cycles. In 2012, harsh rhetoric dramatically affected the Republican Party’s appeal with Hispanic and Asian voters. In a result, the Republican lost over seventy percent of that vote in the presidential race. Looking toward the 2016 election, Trumph’s immigration rhetoric leaves Latino Population feeling disenfranchised. Of course, Trump is not the only Republican candidate who has been spouting anti-immigrant rhetoric, but he has been one of the most vocal and vitriolic.
Nicholas Kristof’s “3 Peerless Republicans for President: Trump, Carson and Fiorina”, deems the leading candidates from the Grand Old Party unfit for presidency, and the public’s fixation with them a temporary affair. Multiple previous controversies being detailed, and the use notably bleak statistics help undermine the contenders while urging voters to look elsewhere. Kristof utilizes harsh diction with a simple, yet critical tone to denounce the trio, and further his own
Mitt Romney speaks about his views on the election process of his Republican party. He immediately goes into his reasoning behind why Donald Trump should not become our next president. He argues that Trump would destroy America’s possibility of long and prosperous future. His plans are “flimsy at best” says Romney. He says that Kasich and Cruz would both be much more suited to be our president.
Because of all those factors, it was easy for Donald Trump to gain power in the GOP and destroy it for years to come. To conclude, Donald Trump’s rise to the top of the GOP campaign field has surprised nearly everyone. He has been a channel for anger, and an annoyance to GOP leaders and millions of people around America. While other forces, like the media, have also contributed to his success, the main factor in his rise is a GOP that is in desperate need of reform to meet the needs, wants, and ambitions of a rapidly changing
A somewhat similar comment was posted to his Twitter account about Hillary Clinton. Trump retweeted a quote from Sawyer Burmeister, “If Hillary Clinton can’t satisfy her husband what makes her think she can satisfy America?” Donald Trump’s character is questionable and should not represent the United States if he doesn’t respect many of its citizens. He attempts to dismiss his bigotry by saying he will not be politically correct. People may like his ability to speak his mind, but they don’t realize that most of his brass speaking is based upon hatred and discrimination. I believe someone with this type of track record couldn’t be an effective, strong leader and therefore shouldn’t be elected as the next President of the United States of
These comments consist of but not limited to, accusing President Barack Obama of not being a citizen of the United States, his recent comment on a ban on Muslims from entering the country, and his very controversial stance on immigration that all contribute to the disapproval from his own party. The two most important issues in my opinion for a President is our foreign affair policy and our policy on immigration even though they may intertwine they are still two key factors that make America great. Donald Trump or “The Donald” as some may say has brought up these key issues but he has done this in a negative way through a very unprecedented way. He has “No Filter” that comes out as insulting, breeding paranoia, and even racist in some situations. Yet, he still rises in the GOP polls (given that it’s still early) due to the amount of hype he
During the twentieth century, liberals were anxious to distance themselves from anything that might possibly be perceived as being associated with communism, which resulted in many cold war liberals abandoning their original concerns. Not only did the nation’s cultural and intellectual life suffer as a result of the weakened noncommunist left, but the institutions of American democracy suffered as well. Rather than arguing against issues, such as McCarthyism, that were occurring and would have originally concerned left-wing ideologists, those issues now became irrelevant. Therefore, in my opinion, the weakening of the noncommunist left can be partly blamed on liberals and progressives who reacted poorly to accusations that they were communist
The first controversial issue I have been drawn to, has been Donald Trump run the presidency. I have been draw to this event for a few reasons. I was interested to see if Trump could in fact find a way to convince the American public that he is fact fit to be the president of this country. Trump ultimately accomplished this by starting a movement to “Make America Great Again,” campaigning to make changes. He used the fact he was not a career politician, to gain the peoples trust, despite questions about events from his past personal life.
Reality TV would be if he were to somehow win the Presidency this November. The ad entitled "Republican party unifier: Donald Trump?" is a variable rogues gallery of Republicans leadership as GOP all stars from Mitt Romney to Marco Rubio are shown criticizing some of the many dangerous traits that Donald Trump has displayed over the past 9 months of the Republican race for the nomination. In the video Trump is called a "phony" by Romney, “the most vulgar person ever to aspire to the presidency,” by Rubio and a "race-baiting, xenophobic, religious bigot,” by Lindsey Graham; and these remarks are by the people who are suppose to have his back against Hillary
Is Donald Trump a Good President for His Role? Do you really think that Donald Trump is a good president? I don’t think he is the right man for his important role. He is basically running the whole world. His behaviour does not make a good politician.
The majority of Americans were not proud of what he had said. Another reason is Trump can 't control what he says. Being President, your words mean so much. If Trump can’t control what he says, he can create a diplomatic crisis or even start a war. Trump can run America into the ground with just his mouth.
Given that the Left can look at Trump and say to independents or other potential future conservatives, “Do you really want to vote for, join a party, or subscribe to an ideology that really is racist and bigoted, as proven by Donald Trump’s presidency/candidacy?” No! It would require the independent to either defend Trump, or somewhat or wholeheartedly agree with the Leftist. Trump would alienate voters from conservatism. Trump would also change the perception of conservatism in regards to policy. This is the second most dangerous part of a Trump presidency (after providing Leftists the opportunity to claim conservatives are racist and bigoted).
He has been capturing viewers’ attention for a while, he has gained many followers. Why should we support ignorance? Why should we have an unruly president? Donald Trump isn’t even able to unite Americans at his own presidential rallies, so I’m sure he isn’t able to unite the United States. Donald Trump’s motto is “Let’s Make America Great Again”, America cannot be great if our future president isn’t great.
During the past year the media has been buzzing with the united states presidential elections of 2016. The huge media attention was brought due to candidate Donald J. Trump business man and star of “Celebrity Apprentice”. Regardless of Donald Trump’s entertaining demeanour, he is the worst candidate to be a US president. Donald Trump has no political experience, he appeals to people’s fear through propaganda and fabrication of information, and he is abrasive and reckless which can put America and the entire world in danger. In order for a president to be successful there is certain criteria that must be met.