Donald's Trump Fallacy

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The 2016 Donald’s Trump’s presidential campaign was initiated on June 16, 2015. In his campaign, Trump, the nominee of the Republican Party, announces that he is officially running for president of United States. Trump 's main concern is about the political issues that we have in our country, and how he as a president will bring back victories and success for U.S. As he mentioned in his speech: "I beat China all the time"(Trump, Donald) in order to highlight a personal fact about him to gain supporters on his side. In addition, he points out the problems that we have with illegal immigration, specifically at Mexico 's border. Based on Trump’s thoughts, not only Mexico but also South America are negatively affecting our economy because of all of the immigrants as he characterized them as criminals, drug dealers, and rapists. He assumes that those who crossed the border brings all their problems to the United States. Concluding that, "the U.S. has become a dumping ground for everybody else’s …show more content…

For example, the first fallacy that was mentioned before was "bandwagon”, it is considered logical even though we don 't have proof that they were actually thousands of people present. This fallacy supports Trump 's reputation in the public, as a way of being a famous figure. I don 't think this fallacy is actually that effective because the attendance of this particular event may not influence candidate’s viability. On the other hand, the second fallacy stated "false cause" is completely irrelevant. Trump assumes that because the others candidates didn 't notice that the AC wasn 't working, as a result they will not know how to run a country or even defeat United States from the ISIS. I don 't think this argument is effective because a physical equipment has nothing to do with beginning a leader for a

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