Now depending on what you watch or read you will have a sense of feel on how the media gives people a sense of who that person is. I feel that the media gives non-stop coverage so that they can inform people on who they are voting for. Now Donald Trump is someone that is heavily covered because of the outlandish things that he says. He has said things like Mexicans are bad people
Many publicly well-known media outlets, such as CNN, MSNBC, and the Washington Post strongly promote liberal views. These media outlets report stories that turn out to be false or edited after further inspection. Furthermore, almost all of their coverage of President Trump and other conservative figures was negative. According to Student News Daily, “President Trump received 92% bad press, vs. just 8% good press on the ABC, CBS and NBC
President Trump’s charisma is a key reason for why he has been so effective in capturing the focus of Millions in the United States and even Billions worldwide. President Trump is always changing. Just when people think they’ve begun to understand him (i.e. what he might say or do), he often does something to prove their assumption wrong. During the election, whenever the media attention would start to deviate from Donald Trump, some sort of a new controversy would suddenly arise, (e.g. like with his plan for a temporary travel ban from countries that were predominantly Muslim, dubbed the “Muslim Ban”), which directed the media right back onto himself. Whether intentional or not, President Trump’s controversies essentially drowned out his competition during the election, detracting all the attention from his more experienced political
Using The New York Times news page I found an article asking, “is it possible for Trump to be a good president?” (Painter) This article states many reasons why Trump has made it this far, and why he might have what it takes to be a successful, loved President. Many ask, “what happened on election day?”(Painter) as it was quite shocking that Trump had won the election. Finding sources on the media responding to Trumps positive and smart decisions seems much harder to find rather than negative comments nearly everywhere on news pages. There seems to be tons of the past confrontations, bankruptcies, crimes, and transactions in Trumps records that create a large number of anti-Trump supporters. Although the people may not enjoy it, Trump is still sitting in the
America has underwent an immense amount of changes over the past years. The media has most certainly made its name in our world. They have done their job and have changed the thinking of the human race in an inadequate way. Radios, newspapers and television shows have done an impressive number giving their audience with an overload of information that distracts them from the truth. People become so overloaded that they even sometimes forget to sit back and process what they are reading and what it exactly means. We sit in front of a television watching the news for hours hearing about the horrible and disgraceful people in the world but never about the people who have went out of their way to make America a better place. Despite the fact that
Many were hopeful for Trumps presidency because his slogan “make america great again” was very hopeful to some states, but now there is being some regret for him being chosen to be our president. As from our past president it is said “Barack Obama made people feel hopeful. George W. Bush made people feel at ease. Trump made people angry” (Cillizza). Trump does not have a filter, whether it be in person or on social media. People who participated in a poll voted “In which large majorities of people in key swing states call the president of the United States an "embarrassment" -- should concern him” (Cillizza). Trump is not even concerned that people do not like him, he should be making an effort.
Remember 2012 when Mitt Romney ran for president? We all thought that it was the end of the world and that Romney would be the final downfall of America. Now it’s 2016 and there’s a new “Mitt Romney,” but this time it’s totally different. Donald Trump is someone who people either glorify or are terrified at the thought of this man “making America great again.” Most people think that Donald Trump is “brutally honest” or is extremely humourous. The people who think that Trump is funny are not looking at what he could do. The people who agree with Trump’s views are not looking at how it could affect so many people looking up to America which is perceived as a chance for change and hope. Maybe I’m being bias because I am the child of an Mexican
Trump has shown his true colors through out this campaign by reacting like a spoiled child when anyone dares to question or criticize him, therefore it's not revelation that he despises the media. Funny enough, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump continues to provide content on a daily basis just by refusing to tame his erratic temperament.
The media just promotes the total domination of white privilage that president trump is accused of. For example, the media’s categorization of white males as “lone wolves”, such as the recent Las Vegas biggesst mass murder shooting in US history, the theatre mass shooting and the elementary mass shooting, all whom were white males and also known as lone wolves. It seems like this is just a new kind of privilage that can socialy promote you as a white male. This basically means that white people can go on mass shootings and it is okay because they wont be labeled as terrible people.
The media has always played an important role in the President’s relationship with the public, but just what kind of affect does it really have on the executive office? The first televised presidential debate in 1960 between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon marked the beginning of a new era – the inaugural shift of the media’s role in politics. Since that time, the media has continued to transform the way the president is perceived by the public through print, broadcast, and more recently, social media. All of said outlets have played vital roles in not only a president’s campaign, but also in their presidency and likability throughout their time in office. While the White House is still the source of most presidential news, the media are the shapers of the story and can frame it pretty much any way they want. There used to be limits on certain issues or realms of the presidency that were to remain untouched, however, first amendment freedoms take precedence over almost any restriction the government could try to place on the media. The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationship between the media and the president throughout recent years, looking briefly into the past to establish the scale of the dramatic change, and to study their reciprocal connection of how each utilizes the other.
Donald Trump is not the only one responsible for what he has created in president elections. “The media made a mistake by covering Trump’s candidacy at the start as some sort of joke or media prank,” notes Danielle S. Allen, a political scientist at Harvard (Kristof, 2016). Donald Trump can’t do it alone in becoming president of American. The people are influencing the politic election. In being a part of the non-serious issues that Donald Trump created made it easy to forget about the real issues our country is currently facing. “The repeated use of references to ‘the Donald’ across all platforms structured the conversation around ironical affection for a celebrity rather than around serious conversation of character and policy” (Kristof,
There are those who like Trump because he “seems like he wants to protect the country” and those who detest him because “he’s racist, a sexist, and a demagogue.” Politico Magazine’s article “Donald Trump is Shocking, Vulgar, and Right” by Tucker Carlson supports Trump since his outrages attacks are “indisputably true”. While the Vox article “The rise of Donald Trump is a terrifying moment in American politics” by Ezra Klein opposes Trump since his outlandish decisions could “be responsible for . . . representing America in the community of nations,” and it’s scary. Ezra Klein’s article was more persuasive because it quickly established it was anti-Trump with its words with heavy connotation that were fluent throughout the piece.
It can help, and hurt things. The article,” How Did the Media — How Did We — Get This Wrong?” says, “But Donald Trump did everything short of cutting off his own ear to try to hurt himself over and over again and dare voters to reject him,” she added. “And they just wouldn’t do it.” This shows that The media jus refused to reject him and because of who he was, they voted for him. The article, “How did everyone get it so wrong?” says, “The bad headlines hurt her this past week,’ said conservative operative Brendan Steinhauser, a staunch Trump critic. ‘Trump had the momentum and the enthusiasm at just the right time.” This shows that the Media hurt Clinton, and brought her down in her
Donald J. Trump does not deserve to be given a chance. Those who disagree may say that it is not reasonable to write off our president after he has not even spent one year in office. However, within just a few weeks Trump had already created two constitutional crises for his own benefit, and one of them was harmful towards minorities that he considered to be “terrorists.”
The American mainstream liberal media and press have started to set up the traps, to attacking Donald Trump on four fronts. Donald Trump is the only candidate has to speak up the truth, about the crisis situation in the US today.