In the political cartoon it’s almost like comparing him to a toddler, he doesn’t get what he wants therefore, he throws a tantrum. He doesn’t win Iowa Caucus and so, he blames the people of their lack of intellect. Donald Trump uses hasty generalization fallacy meaning he generalizes based on too little evidence or little consideration. For example, he believes that in order to get Americans to vote for him, he needs to blame others for American’s economic debt, such as Mexicans and Muslims. He wants people to fear others and turn to him to “Make America Great Again!” as his slogan states.
At first many people saw Trump’s campaign as a joke but he continued to build up steam until he was named the Republican Party’s presidential nominee. This meant Trump would now be running solely against the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton (Encyclopaedia Britannica). Trump was seen as a huge underdog to the experienced Clinton, but that did not deter him in his fight for president. Trump was hit hard as many people brought up past comments and attacked him for his lack of political experience. As an attempt to counter this, Trump started to attack Clinton stating all of her wrongdoings.
“The beauty of me is that I am very rich” according to Donald Trump. His ignorance has lead him to do things that he shouldn’t being doing or has done. In the past few months he has been racist man that would insult people that are from a different race. When Trump started running for president he would insult and bully everybody in general not knowing the people’s stories. He made people seem like they are poor and have nothing to live for, Trump’s inability to see past his greed.
Trump has been married multiple times and has several children. He is known for being an insulting, self-centered, arrogant racist. Donald Trump would not be a good president of the United States because he has shown racist tendencies throughout his political campaign. The United States elected president Obama 7 years ago and made history as the nation’s first ever
Many people know the name Donald Trump very well, while others know little about him. Some have very strong opinions to Trump running for president and others are on his side, despite what he says. This is a very controversial topic in politics right now, especially because he has many supporters and he is a republican. Donald Trump has too many suspicions about his running for president. For example, he ran for president before as a Democrat but failed and he went to run again, but is now a Republican.
This is only one of the many offensive comments he has made throughout his campaign, which I plan on analyzing for the purpose of understanding systemic racism within America. Trumps campaign has been centered on the very controversial topic of immigration policies and the building of a “Great Wall” that is intended to keep the Mexican people, in particular, out of the United States. The idea that someone like Donald Trump could become the President of the United States of America has put fear into the hearts of the American people. Running with the slogan “Make America Great Again” Trump has emphasized that America has failed because of its “lenient” policies towards other countries, and his plan
American wanted him to be president so here you go Donald Trump will be in office coming January 2017. Do I think he should be president? No but did I want Hilary to be president? Hell no! Donald Trump is wrong in so many ways when he says things but I will rather have that then someone I feel owes lots of people in this world many of favors.
The use of this pathos in his speeches has brought out the anger, as opposed to mildness, in both his supporters and those who are against him. His supporters show anger towards the other candidates, President Obama and others who disagree with their opinion. For those who oppose Trump, they are angry that someone can be so blatantly full of negativity and garner as much support as he
In the midst of one of the most controversial presidential elections in history, both political parties are struggling to prove that their candidate is the best choice. Clinton and Trump’s disapproval ratings are very low, but one has to ask, is there really a lesser evil to choose from? While Clinton has had her own fair share of past discrepancies, Trump’s track record proves much more troublesome. Donald Trump has proven to be an untrustworthy presidential candidate because of his misogynistic actions, his racial bias, and his corrupt business history. During the Republican debate on August 6, 2016, Trump had a falling out with Fox correspondent Megyn Kelly after she questioned him about some of his comments on women, where he referred to them as “’fat pigs’, ‘dogs’, ’slobs’, and ‘disgusting animals’,” (Bahadur).
Trump informs the crowd that “Our country is in serious trouble…we don’t have any victories anymore we used to have victories” following up to that statement Trump asks his audience, “How are they going to beat ISIS? … I don’t think it’s going to happen” Trump might yell and say things in this manner about ISIS or any terrorist group will bring bad thoughts to our people, and when that happens they need someone that they can depend on when they feel scared and hopeless because they are incapable of protecting their own country. ISIS is a current group of people that cause many problems to the United States because they are very violent. They will surely put all of their trust in Trump when a scary situation is placed in front of them and believe anything they are told. It is a good tactic to get what Trump wants in the Presidential election.