April 2015 was the year Donald Trump, the Republican, announced to the public his serious interest in joining the 2016 presidency election. Trump 's highest interest is immigrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border, and states they are "criminals.” He blames the race of Mexicans of robbing Americans jobs, and treating Americans like babies (Miller, n.pag.). What he does not know, is that not all Mexicans are "criminals," and we are not robbing Americans ' jobs. Most of us come to United States to work our hardest, and get a better job. Trump not only is he a racist, but he also has made many unprofessional actions and decisions. We should not be voting for Donald Trump because his ruthless actions against immigrants are strongly affecting our society and segregating most races within each other. He can be a dangerous future president who is carelessly choosing between the white American and Mexican.Trump shows a high interest in segregation among all races and blames most of the unemployed by allowing Mexicans to “take over”.
Presidential elections are an important aspect of U.S. history. This year is probably one of the more interesting ones since Donald Trump, an entertainer, is running for president even though he has no experience with politics. His campaign is widely criticized but he still holds a major lead from 30-40% depending on the state. Donald Trump should not be the President of United States at all, his views are bigoted, sexist and racist. Our president should not feel that he is superior to others and constantly degrade others for their race, religion, gender, etc. Not only are his views disgraceful but he has no past experience with politics,
Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign has come at a time after having a president serve for two terms. Americans are eager for change. Donald Trump promises to be the change to fix the nation’s concerns about foreign affairs, and immigration
There is much dissention and controversy surrounding the political opponents and the upcoming presidential election that will occur in November 2016. Many candidates, both Democrat and Republican, along with their supporters, are setting precedence with their abusive and abrasive behavior. In many instances they are disrespectful, dishonest, uncooperative, and un-American in their pursuit of the highest political office in our country. The most aggressive and unprofessional candidate of all is Donald Trump. When I’m president, I’m a different person. I can do anything,” he said. “I can be the most politically correct person you’ve ever seen.” In my opinion, this man does not belong in the white house and should not become the president of anything.
The election of Donald Trump exposed the depths of division in America today, and the duration of his presidency, no matter how long, will be a true test of this nation. No doubt, we are about to step onto the longest roller coaster ride of most of our lives, and none of us lined up for it. Nonetheless, this is our reality now. All that is left to do is deal with it.
Throughout the first week of THE 225, many events took place within America that took the country by surprise. Trump’s inauguration was last Friday, January 20th, and already he has made drastic changes that will affect the lives of millions. His policies are based off sexist and racist claims that people have, for some odd reason, supported. With his new, corrupt policies, life in America will soon be set back decades because of his white supremacy mentality. Because of this, the nation has never been so divided since the Civil Rights Movement, something that was seemingly done with but clearly not if white supremacy becomes an issue. Although Trump’s America is not an ideal America and his claim to “Make American Great Again” implies
Donald trump's diction is one of ruination, one of doom and gloom. He speaks as if the apocalypse is upon us. For example”rusted out factories scattered like tombstones across the landscape of our nation” His rhetoric make use of anaphora and repetition, like when he is repeating “Together, we will make America strong again. We will make America wealthy again. We will make America proud again. We will
Trump reacts to this horrible event stating that there should be a travel ban that will prevent any more disasters. Then, on Twitter, he posts “Thank you to the LGBT community! I will fight for you while Hillary brings in more people that will threaten your freedoms and beliefs”. Trump calls Hillary Clinton out declaring that she would be an awful candidate because she encourages immigrants to become naturalized citizens and create a new path to citizenship. It is evident, that Trump truly has no filter when it comes to expressing how he feels. This post received thousands of likes and retweets, and he has hundreds of posts all over different media platforms that contain extreme messages such as this that sparked huge debates all over media and the news. This showed him that his method of reacting honestly to the media is indeed successful, and that is why he decided to carry on with this
Donald Trump announces his candidacy by insulting Mexicans and calling for a ban on Muslims. He went on to say that he would build this wall and MAKE Mexico pay for it. In his SO CALLED outreach to African-Americans, he insulted the Black Community with his disrespectful rhetoric. Trump didn’t stop there. His bullying on twitter against women, a Gold Star Family, the FBI, and people who don’t agree with him had been relentless until his aides took away his twitter account the last few days before election day. In his last debate with Hillary Clinton, he interrupted her by calling her a “Nasty Woman”, simply because she stated that he would pay more taxes under her administration if he didn’t find a way to get out of it. Trump thought because he was rich, arrogant, and egotistical that he could get away with bullying and
Trump is tempted, he should know that posting a few politically-correct tweets will not magically turn protesters and haters into his disciples. Through ethical policy proposals, he must prove that he is indeed president for all Americans; only then will dissenters consider joining the ranks of his supporters; only then will the specter of the pre-election gibberish and hate speech stop haunting him during his presidency.
I cannot even imagine how many people will be hurt and how many more clashes between Trump supporters and Trump protestors will occur if he does receive the nomination. Trump is disrespectful to women, members of the LGBTQ community, and of minorities. Yet, Trump is worshipped by those who he has brainwashed through his insane antics. Nearly every word he utters is offensive or hurtful, and I never hear him speak of how he will “make American great again”, except by building a wall between the United States and Mexico. Some may argue that “he’s not afraid to say what people are thinking”, but the people he are supposedly speaking for aren’t even thinking at
Politics is a dirty, challenging game. There are two different political parties in the United States: Democrats and Republicans. This election year, 2016, both parties’ candidates are starting to campaign and debate to see who will be president. The Republican presidential candidates are a joke this election, the top three people in the Republican polls now have never held a government office, and the one in the lead is one of the worst human beings in the United States. Donald Trump would be the worst president ever because he doesn’t interact well with other skin colors, he doesn’t interact with people with his own skin color with any form politeness, and he would drive america into more debt.
When Donald Trump, ultra-wealthy plutocrat and resentful “man of the people,” won the New Hampshire Republican primary days ago, it was, to young and old alike across the nation, one of the saddest occurrences in politics in many years. Trump had run as, in the words of Jon Stewart, “America’s id”—the angry voice telling us to abandon our principles and “Make America Great Again,” whatever that demands of us. Deport the immigrants. Ban the Muslims. Torture the terrorists.
The United States, a beacon of freedom and opportunity, has been violated by the distasteful presidency of Donald Trump. A president, or any leader for that matter, should display honor, fortitude, and acceptance, none of which describe our leader. Mr. Trump exhibits every undesirable quality a political figure shouldn’t have, such as; insecurity,intolerance, and ineptitude.
Donald Trump’s worst sin is fraud. Those who commit fraud are doomed to the eighth circle of hell. Mr. Trump would be put in either Bolgia 1, where the panderers and seducers go, or he could be put in Bolgia 9, where the sowers of discord go. The panderers and seducers are those who deliberately exploit the passions of others to serve their own interests. In Mr. Trumps case, for saying and doing anything he could to sway people to vote for him, regardless of actual intent or potential consequences. The sinners in Bolgia 1 are naked and march in opposing lines on opposite sides of the ditch while “horned demons with enormous lashes move through those soles, scourging them on the back.” (p. 145; Canto XVIII, lines 35 – 36). Meanwhile, in Bolgia 9, where those who betray the peace and unity of the land by causing political discord and unrest go, sinners face an eternity of gruesome mutilation by the “Warden of our mangled horde, the devil who butchers us and sends us marching (and) waits to renew our wounds with his long sword when we have made the circuit of the pit.” (p. 228; Canto XXVII, lines 37 – 40). There is a direct correlation between the two Bolgia through causation.