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George W Bush 9/11 Speech Analysis

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September 11, 2001 was a tragic part of history for the United States of America. On September 11, four planes crashed down by hijackers at the Pentagon, the Twin Towers, and a Pennsylvania field. The Pentagon and World Trade Center were the primary buildings where the Al Qaeda wanted to attack. The White House was another target, however they never made it. Later that night, President George W. Bush gave a speech about 9/11 in the Oval Office. George W. Bush inspired America of their safety and security of his confident tone, religious beliefs,word choice.
The tone of George W. Bush’s speech is confident. By having this strong tone, George W. Bush, the president of the United States, told the country “America stood down enemies before,
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He refers to religion when he stated “And I pray they will be comforted by a Power greater than any of us, spoken through the ages in Psalm 23: Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil for you are with me.” George W. Bush mentioned that God, a greater Power will insulate our country. America reassures their safety and security of the President quoting a verse in the Bible that says God will comfort you in the darkest of time. George W. Bush uses the word “terrorist” various times in his speech. President Bush stated, “Terrorist attacks can shake the foundation of our biggest building, but they cannot touch the foundation of America.” President Bush use the word terrorist in his speech by giving a name for the enemies that tried to take down America but couldn't. He reassures America safety and security by indicating America foundation cannot be shaken by any terrorist attacks. By his confident tone, religious beliefs, and his word choice “our” President George Bush secured America safety and security.The Al Qaeda hijacked the planes and did a devastating job. September 11 was a victory physically for the enemies, but mentally America came together as a nation. The United States will remember and never forget about this dreadful
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