He implements the idea that muslims are not worthy of being called a “who” instead he calls them a “that” implying they are not humans. Many think Trumps plan is outrageous and invades privacy but most importantly, violates the first amendment of the constitution. Trump states, “I want surveillance of these people, I want surveillance if we have to and I don 't care” (“Trump: Islam Hates Us”). When Trump uses the statement “I don 't care”, it shows how thoughtless he is towards the moral beliefs of Muslims. Demagoguery calls for Trump’s solutions to be the only right ones, because he thinks of himself as the only capable of making America great again.
An example of this is that Donald Trump is trying to get rid of Muslims from our country. Ever since 9/11, Muslims have been taking segregation problems. That is not fair because not every Muslim is a terrorist. According to CNN “Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump called Monday for barring all Muslims from entering the United States (cnn.com).” These are his plans if he becomes president. He wants to build a great wall to block out all immigrants.
Rationale: Personally, I find Donald Trump irrational and unsuitable to become the next American President. Accordingly, I have been having a trouble understanding the popularity and support he has. For this reason, I wanted to investigate on his speech, especially its linguistic features, in order to comprehend why and how people have faith in him. Hence, for the written task for Part 2 – Language and mass communication of the course, I have decided to write an article by a critic in reaction to Donald Trump’s announcement of his candidacy for President of the United States, which was delivered on the sixteenth of June, 2015. An article is appropriate for this task because it allows me to express my understanding and opinion.
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. With tensions high, there have been plenty of campaign ads televised for each respective candidate. In fact on October 27th, 2016, Clinton released “Get Ahead”, an ad that slandered the beliefs of the Republican party and discussed the actions she pledged to take if she were to be elected into
Trump is one of the candidates running for the Republican Party bid for President of the United States. He wrote a three-page statement explaining why he believes that “the worst elements of Mexico are being pushed into the United States by the Mexican government”. In this statement, he explains that many of the Mexicans that come to America are drug dealers, rapists, and other criminals. This is all coming from a man that is viewed by millions of people as a plausible candidate for President of the United States. There will come a time where people that supports Trump, because of his discriminatory view on race, will act on those beliefs violently and without discrimination.
Why many people are against the Donald J Trump Donald J Trump who has officially nominated as presumptive presidential candidate of 2016 from the Republican convention has been criticized by different medias as well by his own republican personalities. The editorial of the Washing Post writes; “ Trump, the real estate tycoon is uniquely unqualified to serve as president, in experience and temperament. Mr. Trump’s politics of denigration and division could strain the bonds that have held a diverse nation together.” It further adds that; ‘ A Trump presidency would be dangerous for the nation and the world” Senator Ted Cruz declined to endorse the Donald Trump his former rival of primary election during his own convention speech, which makes the Trump to lash out. Michael R. Bloomberg, who bypassed his own presidential candidacy, is going to endorse Hillary Clinton. It is an unexpected to the republican as well to the Trump because Mr. Bloomberg was elected the mayor of New York City as a Republican, but he became independent later.
Trinisha Sullivan ELA 8B presidential essay 12/17/2015 Essay #2 Why shouldn 't Donald Trump be president? I believe that Donald Trump should not be president because, Trump has a degree in finance rather than Law, Trumps Ban against muslims and He thinks he can fix the world 's problems. Trump shouldn’t be president because he has a degree in finance rather than Law. I believe that to be president you should have to have multiple degrees like obama who has four law degrees. The president of the united states should be highly educated and if you 're not I don 't believe you qualified to be president Donald Trump also shouldn’t be president because of what he said about banning muslims.
I. Introduction Donald Trump: American Hero or Villain? 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. In my paper, I will analyse Donald Trump’s political activities before and after the election to get an objective viewpoint of America’s President.
Introduction: A Basket of Deplorable(s): Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton’s Use of the Word Deplorable Before addressing the quote-on-quote controversial word used by the Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton to describe half the supporters of the Republican Nominee Presidential Nominee Donald Trump Campaign, it is important to make one fact clear. Regardless of the political spectrum, presidential candidates support, presidential candidates should never negatively described their opponents’ group of supporters and/or voters. In other words, attacking presidential candidates’ campaign is one factor, but attacking their supporters is another issue within itself, which causes more harm than good. In a regrettable manner,
The current Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have voters and spectators questioning whether either candidate is fit to be the next President of the United States of America. On one hand you have Donald Trump, who has proven time and time again that he is a threat not only to himself but to the people around him. The Republican candidate 's controversial campaign has been marked by bursts of false and outrageous allegations, personal insults, sexist remarks and outright bigotry. His rallies and speeches gather crowds of unruly supporters who have received a reputation of causing violence. On the other hand you have, Hillary Clinton who may not be the ideal candidate, but is certainly the better choice.
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
In E.J. Dionne Jr.’s editorial titled “Don’t Fall for the Media Distortion about Trump”, the popularity of Trump is questioned and analyzed based on the media’s portrayal of his political race. Dionne disperses an array of different logical appeals throughout his editorial to develop and clarify his argument. After discussing poll numbers in favor of the current president, the author states that if Americans “had lost all confidence in their institutions” (Dionne), discontent would be more evident. With this assertion, the author indicates that the views of Trump supporters are not representative of the American public.
Conclusion The reality is that Trump has no experience whatsoever in government, has bad financial history, is insulting, and lacks morals. He has shamefully little knowledge of the issues facing the country and the world, and a temperament extremely unsuited to the job. Trump’s popularity may simply be the product of a dangerous combination of a split two-party system and radical tactics on the campaign trail and Capitol Hill (such as shutting down the government and threatening to default on U.S. debts) that has convinced many Americans that their government is irreparably broken and corrupt. But Trump is not the answer. He’s just a distrustful manipulator playing on the very real frustrations of voters tired of a government that takes big, difficult problems and makes them unfixable.