Rhetorical Analysis Of Donald Trump 's Speech

1187 Words Jul 23rd, 2016 5 Pages
Donald Trump recently gave a speech discussing rising Radical Islamic Terrorism, immigration from the Middle East, and a need for a rise in national security while Manchester, New Hampshire on June 13th 2016. He centers his whole speech around discussing how bad a President his opponent, Hillary Clinton, would be in difficult times. Trump graduated from the Wharton School of Finance in 1968 with a bachelor 's degree in economics, and has become a very successful businessman. He’s the Republican nominee for this upcoming presidential election, and is a very controversial candidate and person. He has come under fire for many of his views that he discusses in his June 13th speech. While Trump does make some agreeably points, he renders his speech ineffective because of his heavy reliance on Clinton’s opinion to form his own. If Trump were to become President, his stance on important issues would need to be reached with careful consideration, and not just based on doing the opposite of his opponents. Trump’s speech was written with the goal of discrediting Clinton.Trump discusses how he believes that the rise in terror attacks on US soil is the direct result of the influx of immigrants from the Middle East. He also believes that the rise in terrorism calls for a rise in national security and less people entering the country. He claims that if he were president he 'd put a temporary ban on people from areas with proven terror history against the United States from…
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