The United States of America has a rich history filled with success, failure, courage, and drive. Millions have come seeking the “American Dream” and to live in the land of the free. The past is what has shaped this nation’s present and future. Yet, as time drifts, the world around us changes. What was once deemed acceptable can now seem outdated in today’s society. The recent 2016 Election was controversial and showcased just how divide our nation has become. The results of the election surprised many who believed there was no possible way Donald Trump would be elected president. This unraveled tension was met with uproar and confusion. Hillary Clinton won the popular vote whereas Donald Trump won the electoral vote, thus making him the President-elect
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.
Ever since Donald Trump won the Republican Party nomination many popular conservative media figures and politicians have refused to endorse him some even saying they would vote for Hilary Clinton,the Democratic Party nomine, over Trump.
Would Donald Trump be a good president of the United States? yes or no I think no because most people think that Donald Trump wants to make immigration more strict. Donald Trump was born on June 14, 1946, in Queens, New York city , NY. He is 69 years old and he was married three times, he has five children in total. Donald trump wants to run for president because he wants to make America great again.
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.
On September 26,2016 the first presidential debate commences between Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. One of the topics that was extensively debated on was the Criminal Justice system and the issue of systemic racism in this country. Donald Trump took the stance of Law and Order in order to solve the issue that are prevalent in our society today. In contrast, Hillary Clinton approach was one of Criminal Justice Reform. By analyzing the candidate’s responses in relation to outside reliable sources we can the verify which running mate is truthful.
In his inaugural speech given on January 20, 2001, George W. Bush address the country for the first time after being sworn in as the 43rd president of the United States. Millions of people from around the world tuned in to watch the president give his address. The people who voted for and against him are both wanting to hear what the president has to say. George W. Bush gives an effective inaugural address by using biblical allusions, collaborative language, and an anaphora in order to unite the country after a contentious election.
This year’s presidential race has featured two of the most polarizing candidates ever, one of which will have the potential to change the trajectory of politics. Currently, Donald Trump, the Republican nominee is competing against Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee and voters could not be more divided. While Trump and Hillary’s use of rhetorical strategies successfully convey their message, their core fundamentals are what truly set them apart.
Don’t worry, none of this is offensive, Trump says, because he “loves the Mexican people” and “the Latinos love Trump.”
In one of Trump’s speeches he began it by comparing Mexican immigrants to “rapists” and “killers”. From there he tweeted about running candidate Jeb Bush’s wife about her began Mexican. One of his tweets says” #JebBush has to like the Mexican
Former Texas Governor and two-time Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry came out of hiding after suspending his campaign to speak at Value Voter Summit Friday afternoon in Washington, D.C.
They did so by employing the ideas of democracy, freedom and liberty. Both the democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton and the republican candidate, Donald Trump spoke on national security and both of their speeches include evidence of these ideas. Trump spoke of how the future of the democracy must include an increase in military and a more preventative approach regarding cyber attacks. The fear tactic of a possible attack urges voters to think about their freedom, and what it would mean if it was lost. Similar to the The Declaration of Independence and The Crisis, Trump addressed the “common man” as identified by Maddy Todaro in her socratic discussion. Clinton uses a persuasive attack also, but she uses a logical explanation for why American freedom would be endangered under a Trump presidency. The 2016 presidential election was full of events that contained persuasion
Both arguments appeal to logos also known as logic. Hillary Clinton uses donald trump's comments against him and reasons that someone
By now, anyone who has paid attention to this presidential election cycle understands how Donald Trump behaves.
Both “Donald Trump’s Sad, Lonely Life” by David Brooks and “The Art Of the Comeback: Donald Trump’ Debate W Propels Him Toward White House” by Matthew Boyle highlight the very intense presidential debates going on and illustrate how divided this country is. This election season has been one like no other so far with Donald Trump surprisingly winning the republican nominee even though he lacks much needed experience; versus Hillary Clinton whom most people expected to be the Democratic nominee and also has previous experience as the secretary of state. Both of these sources contain great favoritism and also contain a different purpose. This can be shown by the way that they describe the debate and how it reflects the media’s biased role by constantly presenting propaganda. Both of these articles are clearly biased and should not be used to decide on who to vote for; this is shown through their uses of rhetorical strategies such as tone, diction and audience.