Rhetorical Analysis Of You Make Me Feel, By Donald Trump

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The ad “You Make Me Feel” is based off the 2016 Presidential campaign between Former First Lady Hillary Clinton and President Donald Trump. The ad was produced and published October 31, 2016 by Priorities USA in an effort to discredit Donald Trump and show Americans that Hilary Clinton was the best choice for presidency. Throughout the presidential campaign Donald Trump was criticized about his sexist behavior, accused of sexual harassment and victimizing women. Priorities USA used these accusations as a kairotic moment eight days prior to the election to persuade women to vote for Hilary Clinton. The “You Make Me feel” political advertisement uses Aristotelian rhetorical appeals, logos, ethos, pathos and metaphors to persuade the target audience, women, to vote against presidential candidate Donald Trump because he doesn’t respect women.
The first scene in the ad “You make me feel” shows real life women in many different roles they play in their professions, families, communities and the world. Some of the women are shown in their everyday professions such as a musician, waitress, teacher, farmer, doctor, artist, valet parking attendant, baker, marathon runner, Miss America pageant winner, and military women. Other women are shown in the ad with their families spending quality time together, posting yard sales signs, picking pumpkins, farming and caring for their families. They are shown as single mothers, married women and in a relationship with a partner. The ad also

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