Donald Trump is a conservative billionaire running for president in the United States. According to CNN, most of the people who voted for Donald trump are the first time voters throughout 31 cities in the country. There were more than 150 people who showed up in droves to see Donald Trump, men and women overwhelmingly white because they are frustrated with the countries first black president, “Barack Obama”, fearful that they are being displaced by minority and immigrants and nostalgic for the way America used to be. Throughout the essay, I will mention why Donald trump shouldn’t become the president because of how he is stereotyping religions. In the incendiary statement, that comes within the wake of terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, Calif., Trump says, “Without looking at the various polling data, it is obvious to anybody the hatred is beyond comprehension.
Do you know who Arnold Schwarzenegger is? Yes. Well both of these athletes took steroids, but their training ethic was different. Robert Mathis was an average athlete in the NFL, which just completed the average tasks he was sent to do. In the other hand Arnold Schwarzenegger woke up at 5 am every morning, had an excellent diet and spent 4 more hours than everyone else in the gym.
January 20th 2017 marked the day that president elect Donald Trump took his oath to office. Perhaps one of the most controversial electoral processes in the history of the United States’ presidency, the possible implications of Donald Trump’s leadership will most likely make this one for the history books. His speech seemed surprisingly reasonable, astonishingly efficient, and very impactful in comparison to what many were expecting from him, because of the negative and possible detrimental image he has created in the minds of many Americans. Regardless, Donald Trump delivered a strong, decisive speech using unifying diction, well directed symbolism and varied syntax. Trump’s primary goal was to identify himself more intricately with the
Adolf Hitler and Donald Trump have many similarities and differences regarding speaking skills, lifestyles and policies. Speaking skills has never been a more valuable, it is where governments, organizations, and people all attempt to control their picture and what people say in regards to them. Adolf Hitler and Donald Trump display nostalgic similarities and differences in relation to speaking skills. Donald Trump in his speech highlights issues that he said should be probed, for example, savagery in the countries "inward urban communities," an instructional framework that is flush with money, and wrongdoing, groups and medications that have taken excessively numerous lives. Whereas, Adolf Hitler in his speech also concentrates on vindictiveness among countries and delinquency among certain groups in Germany.
With mind-boggling rhetoric and her husband by her side, the First Lady of America portrayed the agony and mortification women have persisted for years in a speech criticizing Donald Trump. After a huge wave of women whom recently have chosen to come forward with their personal stories of sexual harassment, alongside the release of videotapes of Donald Trump touching women inappropriately without their consent, as well as tapes displaying verbal discrimination of females, Michelle Obama decided to get this message across at a conference, broadcasted on national television. Do we really want this man for president? Michelle Obama effortlessly utilizes various appeal forms, as well as rhetorical devices throughout the entirety of the speech, in order to reach out to all American citizens, in hopes of enlightening them
These are just a few of the reasons former President Barack Obama, Former First Lady Hillary Clinton, and Current President Donald Trump are all prime examples of this generations political leaders and their stances on hypocrisy. Hypocrisy may not be a well desired trait, but most leaders have a considerable amount of it within
“Grab them by the p***y,” states our now 45th president Donald Trump. In a lewd conversation, back in 2011, Trump degrades women by treating them unfairly and as objects. For a long period of time, women have not been held to the same standard as men, which is still prevalent in today’s society. In the sixteenth century, women are not seen as equal as men. Women were widely viewed as matriarchs of the domestic household, who were meek and submissive.
A rhetorical analysis of the HeForShe Speech Emma Watson is an internationally recognized actress and current United Nations (UN) Goodwill Ambassador, who in 2014 gave a speech to a large group of UN leaders from across the world. The speech by Ms. Watson was held to start a conversation about how there is a need to change people’s imagery of what feminism is, switching from man-hating to something that involves the help of men in finding solutions. The speech by Ms. Watson also served as the launchpad for the HeForShe initiative. Emma Watson’s speech will be analyzed for the effectiveness of Pathos and Kairos. Pathos is how the author establishes their image in the mind of their audience and what emotions are evoked in the audience through word choice.
Women of colour are often met with lack of empathy and ambivalence when coming forth with their stories about sexual assault. A much-publicized case is when Harvey Weinstein quickly refused sexual claims from the coloured actress Lupita N’yongo, while mostly remaining silent when accused by other white females. In addition, the lack of recognition to the true creator of the “Me too” movement: Tarana Burke, has left many African American women resentful. Before the movement became viral through white females’ statements, the movement had actually existed for more than a decade without the same attention. As a result, some African Americans refuse to support an exclusive movement.
Using her eye-catching title method, Parker brings even more dispute when she displays the rest of her content. Personally, I feel that this specific column of hers was a little cluttered. The article starts with her using ethos to shows the different percentages of blacks and whites who believe that Donald Trump does not “respect people of color as much as he respects white people.” She makes the statement that what we see as racially divided is really partisanaly divided. But after the introduction, she then goes on to talk about a tax bill that had passed enables tax-free saving plans for collage. She makes sure to tie everything together like the great writer she is, but this was difficult for me to follow without going back and reading three times over though, Parker does makes good points in her article.