Furthermore, he can’t tell what is in the best interest of the nation. The amount of criticism coming from Trump about the leaders in America and his republican opponents is tremendous. By mentioning his opponents acts and believes he puts himself in a better positon in hopes to get himself elected as the final republican candidate. Donald Trump establishes his ethos by mentioning his earlier experiences and background. According to himself he’s worth as a presidential candidate because of his experience in the business, and that he’s not the typical “nice person” that people have seen in the past elections.
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.
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.
Baker makes trump seem ill minded in here and i completely agree with him. This is because throughout this whole column baker just uses quote after quote straight from trump's mouth, or should i say his twitter feed, about what he thinks of himself. One quote from trump that really got to me was that he was a “VERY successful businessman” and television star who won the presidency on his first try. “I think that would qualify as not smart, but genius....and a very stable genius at that!” If baker was trying to point out that trump was not very intelligent in this article, which in my opinion that is what he is doing, he nailed it right on the head with just that quote. I say this because baker pointed out that trump thinks he makes a good and smart president just because he was the host of a reality television show eleven years
“ I don´t think it comes as a surprise to anyone that I stand firmly against the politics of division, the politics of fear, the politics of intolerance or hateful rhetoric”. It has been mentioned before that Justin Trudeau gained a lot of support due to the fact that people identified themselves in his core values and views on key and divisive subjects, this statement being a prime example of that. He believes that the multi-cultural nature of Canada represents a valuable advantage that is yet to be maximized. As he famously said “Diversity is the engine of invention. It generates creativity that enriches the world”.
He constantly keeps them engaged and strongly connected which works to his benefit; the support of the audience continually increases because he uses statement like “We are going to take out country back” and “we’re winning in Nevada.” This makes the audience feel in control of their decisions to support Trump and the fact democracy is all about a government ran by the people springs into action. A weakness from Trumps speech is that he does not cite or give credibility to the facts he states, for instances he starts a fact saying “here’s a story.” To conclude his speech he gives anecdotes that summarizes his speech and makes his speech
There was no emotion in his speech.It gives a bad impression as every words he was saying made him lose his credibility before the Americans. As a president, he should have made the Americans trust him. He was considered to be the focal point of the presidential campaign by saying horrific, inflammatory and derogatory things on immigrants, women and minorities. All these feelings towards their president may make the voters angry and dissatisfied. As a president, he does not listen to anyone on his campaign team who will tell him to do less rhetoric.
This way of thinking is very prominent throughout the novel and is disapproved by Twain in several different scenes. One such scene involves Pap, who denounces the worth of a successful mulatto man while in a drunken stupor. Pap states, “They said he was a p’fessor in a college, and could talk all kinds of languages, and knowed everything...Here’s a govment that calls itself a govment...and yet’s got to set stock still for six whole months befores it can take a-hold of a prowling, thieving, infernal, white-shirted free nigger” (Twain, 27). We can see from this that Pap feels jealous of the mulatto because the mulatto is more successful than he is. This ties into Twain’s disapproval of racism because a drunk, lazy bum like Pap is allowed to berate a hardworking professor such as the mulatto solely because Pap’s white and therefore “superior” to the black man.
A rhetoric analysis is essential in identifying and analyzing written and non-academic genres. In this analysis, the rhetoric analysis focuses on two genres namely, a portrait of Leonardo DiCaprio holding his Oscar award alongside the image of a tiger mimicking a “high five” sign. The second analysis is a short article by Wong that highlights Leonardo DiCaprio’s Oscar award and his message on global warming. “Une photo de tiger par jour” has used several rhetoric devices such as captivating images, text, and imagery to convey his message. The picture of a Tiger showing a high five gesture depicts the use of humor and evidence to inform the audience about Leonardo’s Oscar Award and wildlife conservation.
Young boys will see Trump as a role model, and they might pick up on his attitude towards women. They might think: “If Trump can say it, why can’t I?” This is a problem. We will be raising a generation of sexist men and women, because the girls will believe they are inferior to men when they are constantly confronted with sexism. Consequently, inequality will increase. Donald Trump is sexist and it is beyond me how he got so far in this presidential race.