Safety Or Opportunity? By Donald Trump

1715 WordsMar 11, 20177 Pages
Safety or Opportunity? As the reign of the new president, Donald Trump, takes office millions of Hispanic immigrants are faced with the agonizing question of do they leave America to go back to Mexico and safety or do they fight for the right to live in America, the home of opportunity? In fact there are more than 11.7 million Mexican immigrants in the United States (“Mexican Immigrants in the United States”, 2016) who are potentially faced with this question. With this prominent concern, a plethora of news articles such as: “Stay Calm” Mexico Tells Immigrants Living in the US an article informing the audience of the actions taken by the United States and Mexican government, America or Mexico? An Agonizing Decision, a personal anecdote of…show more content…
The use of President Trump’s television interview in Stay Calm’, Mexico Tells Immigrants Living in the US uses professional diction because it keeps an objective tone when describing President Trump’s plan of action to keep the deportations on the most serious and dangerous criminals. The articles also exhibit a sincere diction. An example of sincere diction in Mexico is the the US’ Closest Partner on Immigration. Could That Soon End? is the usage of the quote “Mexico didn’t start this crisis” telling their audience, Mexican immigrants in the United States, that this dilemma is not their fault. America or Mexico? An Agonizing Decision uses sincere diction with the quote, “Irvi said in Spanish that he was afraid Rachel would decide to come back to the United States with the girls and that he would be stuck in Mexico”; this is sincere diction because Irvi is telling his genuine feelings. ‘Stay Calm’, Mexico Tells Immigrants Living in the US adds to sincere diction by using the example “ Fellow countrymen” and “We are with you” when mentioning Claudia Ruiz Massieu’s statement. Stay Calm’, Mexico Tells Immigrants Living in the US and the other articles’ authors, keep an objective tone while still
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