Essay About Hillary Clinton

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  • Hillary Clinton Rolemodels

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    movie, they begin to watch a Trump rally. Children are always known to follow what they see either on television or in their own homes. In Hillary Clinton's recent campaign advertisement entitled "Rolemodels," Clinton attempts to appeal to viewers’ emotions by using various designs to demonstrate how a Trump presidency would damage our children. Hillary Clinton takes on the concept of Children learning how to act by what they watch on the television, mainly targeting Donald Trump’s heinous public

  • Hillary Clinton

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    Hillary Rodham was born on October 26, 1947 to her father, Hugh Rodham and her mother, Dorothy Rodham. She was born in Chicago, Illinois, and was raised in Park Ridge, Illinois. Hugh Rodham was a firefighter and a retired Navy officer. Dorothy taught Sunday school at the Methodist Church the family attended. Hillary was raised to believe that she should always stand up for herself. Her mother taught her self-reliance. In an article published by Newsweek Magazine Hillary stated: “My mother, who had

  • Michelle Obama Hillary Clinton

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    they are the optimal decision for President. Both, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have been in constant turmoil in creating promotional advertisements and speeches as to why they should be chosen to lead the country. Hillary Clinton, a long time politician and Secretary of State, who received the unequivocal backing of the current President of the United States and the First Lady. Subsequently, the First Lady gave a speech about Hillary Clinton advocating her full support. First Lady Michelle Obama

  • Hillary Clinton Sexism

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    from 1993 to 2001, senator for eight years from 2001 to 2009, and Secretary of State from 2009 to 2013, Hillary Clinton obtained experience at multiple positions making her a valuable candidate for the democratic primary (Hillary Clinton Biography). Even though Clinton has more experience than many other candidates, her past scandals and failures block out the hope for a better future. Hillary Clinton, in each of the three areas she served, accomplished few nominal tasks. Currently, people vote for the

  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of Hillary Clinton

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    stated "No Matter who that loser is". The nation has been evenly divided between Donald Trump, who is calling for dictatorial control of the country with massive tax breaks to the top 1%, and Hillary Clinton, who is calling for tax breaks for the middle class. The battle cry for Trump is the slogan "Hillary is going to raise taxes and I'm going to cut taxes". In order to try and control the media, Trump says anyone one who challenges the media's control is sexist, racist, xenophobic and morally deformed

  • Hillary Clinton Idealist

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    cross and Idealist with a Realist? Apparently, Hillary Clinton. A self-proclaimed “idealistic realist,” Hillary Clinton claims a “hybrid” approach to her foreign policy positions. Indicating she observes the individual categories, idealism and realism, to have a false dividing line, feeling she encompasses elements of both, “Our challenge is to be clear-eyed about the world as it is while never losing sight of the world as we want it to become” (Clinton 566). A proponent of “smart power” (566), the

  • Hillary Clinton Discrimination

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    day will also be known as the day that Hillary Rodham Clinton accepted the nomination from the Democratic Party to run for President. What makes this situation an integral part of history is that Mrs. Clinton is the first female to be nominated for President and come November 8, 2016 there is possibility that she can making history by becoming the first female President. Being the first female to make such a speech could’ve been a factor of anxiety that Hillary had to encounter. Aside from these major

  • Hillary Clinton Is Part Of The Democratic Party

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    Hillary Clinton is part of the Democratic party. She was the first lady from 1993 to 2001, and has served as secretary of state from 2009 to 2013. She is now running in the 2016 presidential elections for the second time. Her main focus is on the middle class wages because she truly wants the lower and middle class to have more options then they have now. She grew up in the middle class, and knew what it was like to be part of the working class but make little money (Bio.com). Hillary Clintons goal

  • Hillary Clinton Achievements

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    Hillary Clinton President of the United States, the highest office in our nation. A respected title, a praiseworthy title, an honorable title, but some may ask why anyone would want to be President. For the fame or power? Well, that is how most people think the candidate, Hillary Clinton, thinks of it. Trump, Cruz, Kasich, Clinton, and Sanders are the remaining candidates still in the race for the presidency. All candidates have their faults, but Hillary’s biggest fault is how she is campaigning

  • Hillary Clinton Controversy

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    Hillary Clinton has been involved in politics for over 50 years. During this time, she has served as first lady from 1993 until 2001, and as senator of New York from 2001 to 2009. In 2009, she was appointed Secretary of State and served in the position until 2013 (bio.com). She claims to be the “most transparent” public figure of modern times (TheHill). An interesting comment from someone who was voted The Daily Caller’s least honest presidential candidate (Daily Caller). It’s safe to say that Hillary’s

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