This time President Donald Trump may have good cause to utter one of his most famous words from recent criticism: "Sad." This time, it would be easy to alter the facts to suit J.K. Rowling 's recent bashing of Trump on Twitter for appearing to snub a disabled boy, but in the interest of fair and balanced journalism, he didn 't quite deserve the online chastising by the "Harry Potter" author -- not all of it, anyway. This time. Consider how Donald J. Trump routinely finds himself in the news for another hyperbolic remark on Twitter that lands him in deeper do-do than a previous tweet storm in the early dawn hours. Never mind that we 've come to accept his knee-jerk White House policy tweets as the new normal and bombastic criticism of even his own party as fair game.
In Donald Trump’s Victory Speech and his campaign website “Immigration Reform” page, Trump has voiced his boisterous opinions and plans on the American immigration problem, but the language he uses verbally and on his webpages are significantly different. In Comparing these two texts the diction is almost foreign to one another, the contrasting use of syllables are great, the statistics are exaggerated, and the fallacies are abundant. Although these text bear the same ideological message, the differences between the verbal language Trump uses in his speech and the language of webpage are pronounced. The level of diction is despairingly different between the two texts. Vocabulary is a major form of intelligence and education level, Trump’s verbal diction has been described as choppy, and at most, simple, while the web page is scholarly, cited, and advanced.
Where does this notion of the “Mexican rapist” come from? Especially since it’s profoundly wrong.” (Briggs 1). Trump generalizes several times throughout his ‘claim’ basing ideas upon opinion than on facts. This may have discredited him in some people’s view and may have caused his opposing candidate, Hillary Clinton, to receive more of the popular votes. Speaking before he thinks appears to be a frequent characteristic of Mr. Trump.
Tasked with appointing a replacement for the deceased Justice Antonin Scalia, the President set about finding somebody who would represent his views and protect the interests of his administration in every decision. That person turned out to be Neil Gorsuch. President Trump’s decision came as a surprise to many political pundits given the fact that Gorsuch had previously labeled Trump’s criticism of the American judiciary system as “disheartening” and “demoralizing”. Still, Trump needed a big win to start his time in the White House off right and there could have been no bigger win at that time than pulling the Supreme Court out of chaos. On April 10th, 2017, Trump’s nomination of Gorsuch to the Supreme Court was approved, bringing a little-publicized end to the much-publicized year-long vacancy left by former Associate Justice Scalia.
Robinson’s activism in political theatre became most prevalent in the lead-up to the presidential nomination of Barry Goldwater, a Republican senator from Arizona. Goldwater adhered to a strict state’s rights position and despite being a Republican, voted against the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Martin Luther King Jr. equivocated Goldwater succinctly in an address to fellow voters, stating, “While not a racist himself, Mr. Goldwater articulates a philosophy which gives aid and comfort to racists”, a prevailing thought that Goldwater shrewdly used his political prowess to manipulate anxious white voters who felt shunned by a changing Democratic party. Barry Goldwater was the anti-thesis of Jackie Robinson, as Robinson was able to effectively switch his political stances based off the issue of civil rights and Goldwater was effectively able to switch his stance based on stopping civil rights. Goldwater’s general brashness and thin-skinned demeanor provided a stark contrast to Robinson’s decade long insistence on respectful dialogue and understanding opposing
People don 't want him to be president because he brags about his net worth. For example it says one of Donald Trump 's favorite arguments in favor of Donald Trump is that his business success makes him perfectly suited for the oval office. His brags about his net worth his negotiating skill and his contracts overseas. I disagree with Donald Trump he should not brag about his net worth or people won 't like him. Thus , I disagree with Donald Trump.
Being one with many opinions I find myself at odds with how to feel about Donald Trump. On one hand he is a pompous ass and on the other I find my own philosophy being tested as I respect everyone’s right to have opinion. In some cases I may even agree with what Donald is saying but his delivery method mostly comes off as sexist and racist, which is not what I think he means to say but that is how it is received. I bring up Donald as he owns most political news headlines as all the programs key in on him. The other Republican candidates only seem to talk about Donald, not actually about anything political.
At the same time, the political views of average Americans are approaching the same ideals despite age, education, religion, and region. The divide between political positions is far greater than the divide between democrats and republicans in the general public. Even though, the people are not polarized in their ideas if their candidate is polarized then the choices the people make will seem polarized as well. The media has always confused position with choices, For example, people who voted for Bush voted for him because of his leadership and ideals on terrorism rather than his ideas on abortion and same sex marriage. The media likes to skew these positions and write about the latter to show that is where the people are
Another Name on The Ballot? : Cheney vs. A Heartbeat Away In our country, the vice presidency has been a position of mockery and criticism. Many sources call it the butt of jokes in the world of politics, with former Vice President John Garner saying “the job wasn 't worth a bucket of warm urine” (A Heartbeat Away) . The two texts, “Cheney” and “A Heartbeat Away” elaborate on this fact and helps us delve deeper into a “Veep’s” powers and the position’s rise to some form of importance. However, they slightly differ in terms of getting their points across, with some parts of one text supporting parts of another.
The goal for Caleb is to help Hobart obtain fame, as he “[did not] [produce] anything noteworthy in years” (Wilson 186). There are many ways to obtain fame; however, the chosen method is to shoot Hobart. Such a radical idea takes many people by surprise, which results in a greater public exposure. Caleb’s idea of shooting Hobart is supported by the statement “art, if you [love] it, [is] worth any amount of unhappiness and pain” (Wilson 190). This statement can be interpreted as one can go to any length to make art, which is exactly what Caleb does.