Alejandra Gomez Campaign Conclusion In every presidential campaign, candidates and their PR team work hard to grab the attention of their audience. As of today, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump all used similar techniques to appeal to the people. Using the different elements; Ethos, Pathos and Logos the people were able to decide which side they want to support. Using Ethos, Pathos and Logos helped my team and I create an interesting yet informative campaign.
On November 8, 2016, Donald Trump stunned the nation when he defeated the Democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton, in the presidential election, causing many Americans to fear the future of the United States. Shortly after, news broke that Russia had hacked into the Democratic National Convention and released Clinton’s private e-mails. Many citizens, especially Democrats, became enraged and were convinced that the Russian hacking scandal is the reason Trump was able to win the election. Sean Delonas—an acclaimed political cartoonist who has worked twenty-three years with the New York Post—published this cartoon on January 6, 2017, amidst continuous hacking speculation. Through his use of cleverly thought out visual rhetoric, Delonas employs
The start I agree that both parties are wrong to think that election is stupid or meaningless. Another topic that I agree on is that Trump shouldn 't have won the Republican vote but but some other and better Republican. Another big topic that involves Donald is his Twitter account and thinking that some people really care what he is thinking about. He is either making people agree with him or other people that don 't agree with him and get pissed. Donald Tump probably doesn 't even notice that his approval rating have dropped by a lot.
Debate Ulysses’ crew is a hindrance to Ulysses. Sean: In today’s debate we have joining us Miss Marie Santos and Mr. Thomas Campbell. They will be debating about whether Ulysses’ crew was a hindrance to him or if they were loyal and helpful to him. Marie Santos is a history professor and the University of Notre Dame.
Presidential election brings a lot of attention to candidates running for the office and public is listening and watching every move they are making. Public is also analyzing their thought process. News and media is analyzing their moves and trying to break it down for public. This year’s presidential election is nothing less and candidates have been under fire. San Jose Editorial group is also breaking down stands of this year’s candidates.
In the year of 2016, the most controversial issue that occurred was the presidential election. Hilary Clinton, a Democratic nominee and Donald Trump who is a part of the Republican Party, both fought for the spot to become the 45th president. Many felt that Donald Trump should not have been chosen to become president due to a stance on equality rights. Donald Trump does not believe in equality for genders and races and he makes it known on twitter. However, individuals presume Hilary Clinton is the better candidate because she has experience in the political field and has a devoted her time in reaching for justice.
Rhetorical Analysis Slogan Donald Trump’s 2016 slogan appeals to voters’ fears
In 1972, Shirley Chisholm stood before thousands of people and presented her presidential bid declaration speech. Chisholm uses all three of Aristotle’s persuasive appeals. Throughout Chisholm’s speech, she used logos, pathos and ethos. Logos is the appeal to logic in which reasoning and facts comes into play. Then pathos is the appeal to emotions in which she uses words to pull and the heart strings of her audience.
So the question is, do people really want more egotistical people in the world? “War Hero” shows Trump attacking prisoners of war, a very respectable group of people in the United States. “What He Believes” showed old videos of trump attacking women, which is a big conflict in the United States. Clinton shows
Currently, the presidential elections are coming up, and there are two favorite candidates to for the presidential. Hillary Clinton (democratic party), has proposed some great proposals for a change in the United States. She proposed a new immigration reform, an education policy, and a new healthcare reform. On the opposing side is Donald Trump (republican party), he proposed his own immigration reform, education policy, and also a new healthcare reform. Both, Hillary and Trump propose some great, interesting ideas for the U.S.
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.
When making a decision on who the next president should be, one tends to look at who the supporters of the particular candidate are. There is, however, one particular candidate who has the support of the nation’s very own first lady and that person is Hillary Clinton. In an article published by “The Washington Post”, it provides the entire transcript that was used when Michelle Obama delivered her speech to the Democratic National Convention, in Philadelphia about why she believes that the next U.S. president should be Mrs. Clinton. One of many persuasive techniques that Mrs. Obama uses in her speech is pathos, which is when one attempts to persuade someone into doing something through the use of emotions. Mrs. Obama uses pathos successfully because she compels the audience to empathize with her, motivates them into taking action, and provides a reasonable argument as to why she believes that Hillary Clinton should be president.
Think about all seven billion people in the world today and what do we have in common? No matter who the person is, they will make mistakes throughout their life. Yes, even future presidents make them too. Certain candidates are known for repeatedly being caught using logical fallacies. During the Democratic Debate, Hillary Clinton used two kinds of fallacies.
Rhetorical Analysis of “Women’s Rights are Human Rights” For a long time, women have been treated badly by the society that they live in. They have been killed because of dowry, they have been suffering from rape, and they haven’t been treated equal as men. Women were not allowed to take important decisions of their life, and they didn’t have a right to speak up for themselves. Therefore, Hillary Clinton was supporting women’s right in her speech, “Women’s right are Human rights” by talking about how women do not have equal rights as men, and how they have to go through tough situations.