He made people seem like they are poor and have nothing to live for, Trump’s inability to see past his greed. He wants to separate the United States and wants people to think he is the best of the best; Trump should not be President. Trump has said and believes that all immigrants that enter the United States are bad and are set out to endanger the lives of all individuals
Many people would support Trump on this action because many believe it should not be given to people. An article by, Dan Diamond had said, “Obama Care continues to hurt the economy.” (1) Donald Trump believes that Obama Care is hurting and destroying the economy and wants to take it away but replenish it with something new. Trump is not taking away health care completely but he is taking it away since the economy is suffering because of it. Trump had gotten many voters on his side because they believe that Obama Care needs to be stopped. By Donald Trump becoming the President, many citizens would be happy, that he is taking away the unnecessary health care and replacing it with something more realistic, that will not affect the economy as much.
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.
Race-baiting destroys the middle class but that is not the first thought on politician’s minds; politicians just want to be elected and reelected. He would have lost the election if he openly was racist and crude but instead he talked about cutting taxes; which would be an economic approach that would directly affect blacks. He painted a picture of the New Deal as favoring minorities because he associated them as the impoverished. Also, he ran with the idea of less government involvement. Which is why he stood for repealing the New Deal.
As this may be out of topic, this is why I believe it contributes to what I’m trying to explain. As we know, not many believed Donald Trump would win because he was seen as a sexual predator, racist and a government destroyer. As he is a republican have the world today accepts gay rights, abortion and the freedom for the immigrants to stay in our country. As the results of him winning against Hillary Clinton. The entire U.S. population has down riots, protests and social awareness to say we made a bad choice to allow him to be our president.
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.
I agree with Bernie Sanders he is just a racist. Bernie Sanders also says that this country has already experienced racism for hundreds of years. That he would have hoped by the year 2015 leading candidates for president like Mr. Trump would campaign on their ideas as to how they can address our serious problems, not by wanting to split up or as i can say divide the country with racist and demagogic. He did say to worry about real things we need to worry about the country. Donald trump is scapegoating the Hispanic community.
In Henry David Thoreau 's Resistance to Civil Government, there is a continuous running attitude of civil unrest. The philosopher and writer heavily influenced the political movements of his time and of future events by refusing to subscribe to political and cultural norms. At one point, Thoreau stated that he believed, “That government is best which governs not at all” (964). Thoreau’s steadfast attitude is still alive today. This attitude can be compared to the political unrest caused this year by Donald Trump running for President of the United States.
I 've heard them talk about deporting 10 or 11 [million] people” (Third Republican Debate Transcript). To start off the answer is flawed; because since the question is obviously about a weakness, one would assume the correct response would be to state a weakness and then turn it into a strength. But, instead, Kasich subtly attacked his opponents to avoid hurting his image. By referencing the dismantling of medicare and medicaid he was directly attacking Ben Carson, while simultaneously targeting Donald Trump when he talked about deporting millions of people. With these comments he demonized his opponents, but not blantaly, in order to preserve his public image, further dodging the given question.
Trump shakes the nation with his energizing force, which gets people’s attention. He should be the president of the United States for many reasons. He is different from a regular politician, his confidence is contagious, he is tough on immigration, he wants to return manufacturing jobs to America, and lastly, he has more a more aggressive trade stance than his competitors. “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” It is time to wake up and realize that change is what the country needs. Trump is perfect for this position because he is different from a regular politician.