A Rhetorical Analysis Of Donald J. Trump

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The ad paints Mr. Trump as unpresidential and unfit for office, in the eyes of both children, and their voting parents. The Clinton campaign is continuing to focus its negative advertising efforts on the provocative remarks made by Donald J. Trump, this time in a commercial that invites adults to imagine what a child might be learning from his campaign. Where they see his acidic comments being played, the screen is filled with close-ups of children gazing at television sets repeatedly throughout the ad, seemingly soaking up every rude, racist, and misogynistic remark. It starts with soft, inviting piano tones set against a pink sunset and a neighborhood at dusk, before Mr. Trump’s voice interrupts the tranquil scene. “I love the old days. You know what they used to do to guys like that when they were in a place like this? They’d be carried out on a stretcher, folks,” Mr. Trump is heard telling a crowd. This remark was made because of a protestor at one of his rallies in Oklahoma, who was wearing a yellow star with the word “Mexican” written on it, and a shirt reading “KKK Endorses Trump.” Who was kindly escorted out of the rally by security, after Trump stared the protestor down waiting for security to intervene, then went on to make that remark. For months now, Donald Trump has been complaining about the level of violence inflicted on protesters at his campaign rallies. Complaining, that is, about protesters who have been tackled and kicked, pushed, spat on, and

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