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Donald J. Trump’s State of the Union
Donald Trump gave his State of the Union speech on the 5th of February, 2019. This address is given by
each president of the United States, whenever they decide it is needed. This address usually includes a
“budget message and an economic report of the nation”1. But this year that was not the case, and instead
Trump talked a lot about immigration again, and how people looking into his dealings is halting American
progress. Fox News (known for being right-wing2) and Washington Post (left middle) both wrote articles
explaining what was said. Trump mentioned his wall but didn’t mention how it would affect the economy,
aside from saying it would
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Running head: DONALD TRUMP: MEDIA AND LEADERSHIP 2
DONALD TRUMP: MEDIA AND LEADERSHIP 2
Donald Trump: Media and Leadership in the 21st Century
Instructor: Dr. Eric Klein
HON 470: Leadership in the 21st Century
November 12, 2018
Donald Trump: Media and Leadership in the 21st Century
Figure 1. Donald Trump (2016).
Love him or hate him, there is no denying that Donald Trump has made an impact on politics, leadership and the idea of what is socially acceptable behavior for a president. When Trump announced his candidacy in June 2015 not many people took
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news, you would be surprised by how much fake stuff and inaccurate stuff gets
posted and spread. Remember the 2016 election in which Donald Trump won? Yes, a new study
is now saying that Trump might have won due to the fake news on social media. If indeed fake
news does exist, how do we stop believing in them and how do we stop them from getting
created or getting spread like viruses?
To begin, let's take a look at the existing situation and various existing examples of fake
news and inaccurate information. First, the study of the 2016 election finds out that back then,
the original Obama supporters all saw the fake news about Clinton on social media. The result
was that twelve
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, if, if Putin likes Donald Trump, I consider that an asset, not a liability, because we have a horrible relationship with Russia.”
· Obama: “You were the change,” he said to voters and his supporters. “You answered people’s hopes, and because of you, by almost every measure, America is a better, stronger place than it was when we started.”
· Trump: “I said that I will be the greatest jobs producer that God ever created, and I mean that. I really, I'm gonna work very hard on that.”
On Democracy and Dissent
· Obama: “Our founders argued. They quarreled. Eventually they compromised. They expected us to do the same. But they knew that democracy does require a basic sense of solidarity
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West’s first time voicing his political views. In 2009, Kanye
stormed the stage at the MTV Video Music Awards, as Taylor Swift accepted her VMA award.
In an interview, President Obama watched the video of West and responded with, “He’s a
jackass”. This outraged West and thus he turned to twitter to speak his mind. “Obama was in
office for eight years and nothing in Chicago changed” West tweeted, evidently ignoring
Obama’s community activism and his work as a Senator of Illinois (ye, 2018). This seems to be a
turning point for Kanye West’s online identity, as before Kanye’s rants were assumed to be
because of his reputation of being overly-confident.
Following Donald Trump being sworn into
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State of the Union Rhetorical Analysis
On Tuesday, January 30, President Donald Trump delivered his first State of the Union address. A large portion of his speech was devoted to the controversial topic of immigration reform. Trump’s purpose is to create an argument that gets the attention of congress to support his fight in taking control of immigration in America. He creates a fearful tone in order to convey to Americans that the immigration problem has become unacceptable and needs to be handled in the ways he believes are right. A careful analysis of his remarks reveals that he uses emotional appeals, anaphora, and cause and effect to convey his message
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January 8th, 2019
Trump Administration threatens Dream ACT
The mistreatment of children of undocumented immigrants in the United States of
America is a prevalent issue in today’s society. The threat to immigrants - particularly those
who are undocumented- is greater than ever with current President Donald Trump in power
and the unknown fate of the DACA act. The policies of DACA- Deferred Action for Childhood
Arrivals- are constantly being questioned, however the policies although not perfect, are key to
protecting undocumented immigrants under the Trump Administration, and rectifying the abuse
and limited opportunity of illegal aliens.
Mistreatment of child immigrants begin the
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Comcast for charging customers for Netflix. In August four million people write to the FCC about net neutrality. November, Obama pushes for reclassification of the internet as a utility and states his proposal that ISPs have legal obligations to users access to websites. 2015 then Chairman of the FCC Tom Wheeler proposed the commission regulates broadband internet and mobile networks as a public utility under the its Title 2 authority.
January of 2017 President Donald Trump appointed Ajit Pai Chairman of the FCC. With Presidents Trumps determination to reverse net neutrality who better to appoint than a former Verizon lawyer. As supporters for the reversal will force ISPs to do more to protect
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enforcement. In August of 2017, President Donald Trump lifted the ban.
Ex-President Obama had placed on military surplus gear going to police officers. Attorney
General Jeff Sessions stated after the ban had been lifted “We will not put superficial concerns
above public safety,’ Mr. Sessions told police officers, according to his prepared remarks. The
executive order, he said, ‘will ensure that you
can get the lifesaving gear that you need to do your job and send a strong message that we will
not allow criminal activity, violence, and lawlessness to become the new normal The ban was
lifted as a result of the protests in Ferguson as the aftermath of an 18-year-old man shot and killed
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We had a huge army, many more troops than our enemies in Asia, the draft brought so
many people, there were rumors that even former president Donald Trump had been
drafted on account of his “astonishingly excellent health”, we couldn't be sure if there
was any truth to that though.
After our training was complete, and we were prepared for combat, Captain Norkus
brought the whole company together for another announcement, and a final dinner
together before being shipped off to the frontline. “Gentlemen” John started the same
way he had every other announcement, “We are confident all of you are ready to fight,
and we’re sure that we will prevail” John always spoke in a way that
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the Trump travel ban restricting entry into the United States for citizens from select Muslim countries is not only unconstitutional because it targets a specific religion but also unwise.
Some of the people must still confused about what is Trump Travel Ban. Just as its name implies, Trump Travel Ban, which can also be called Trump Muslim Ban, is the colloquial name for actions U.S. President Donald Trump issued in 2017 to restrict entry into the United States. “The actions included two executive orders for restrictions on citizens of seven or six predominantly Muslim countries, such as North Korea, Iran, Yemen, Somalia, Syria, Libya, Chad, and Venezuela” (Trump travel ban, 2017). On January
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Donald Trump used at the start of his campaign when he stated of Mexican immigrants in America, “They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists” (Trump, 17). From that point forward Trump hasn’t quit campaigning on the reason that immigrants are a threat. Furthermore, behind the Tree of Life murders exist social forces with historical roots that should alarm everybody. Statistically the 11 deaths in Pittsburgh show that the anti-semitic incidents rose 57 percent, and that was only the first year of Trump’s presidency.
Madison Grant (1865-1937), an attorney and a zoologist with knowledge about wildlife and fascinated in the dangers of extinction, which soon became an objective
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connections with a variety of people.
2. The type of information do vary massively between Trump and Trudeau, starting with Trump you can tell he lists all of his greatest life achievements straight up to the reader. For example, he states, “Mr. Trump has over 7 million followers on social media.” Something that doesn’t really matter at all towards him being the president of the United States but to him it’s a big deal. Secondly, he is very cocky when speaking about himself. The first line states, “Donald J. Trump is the very definition of the American success story.” When you’re the president is it really necessary to say that, proves that he is full of himself and cocky while doing so. Lastly
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meaning and then these encoded messages reaching the receiver. The two theories are dissimilar however because Hall’s model considers the audience to have the ability to decode their own meaning from media messages, whereas the Hypodermic Needle theory only considers audiences as passive.
A case study that can be used to apply these theories of audience is that of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. In a brief summary, Donald Trump is currently campaigning to try and become the next President of the United States. Throughout the country, there has been a significant division between those that support Trump and those that don’t, as his controversial beliefs and attitudes are creating conflicting
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. Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield – Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream
23. George Lucas – Movie Maker
24. Henry Ford – Ford Motorcars
25. Ray Croc – McDonalds
26. Frank Perdue – Perdue Chicken Company
27. Charles Lewis Tiffany – Tiffany & Co.
28. Donald Trump - Trump Industries
29. Elizabeth Arden - Cosmetics
30. Estee Lauder - Estee Lauder Incorporated
31. Gloria Vanderbilt - Clothing
32. John Deere – Lawn Tractors
33. William Boeing – Boeing Airplanes
34. Walter Chrysler – Chrysler Co.
35. Walt Disney – Disney
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The Disconcerting Nature of the Potential Impact of Fake News on the 2016 Presidential Election
‘Fake News' is a term used to describe the phenomena where websites intentionally publish articles with incorrect information aimed at misleading, deceiving, and tricking readers. Usually, through the enticement of eye-catching titles or sensationalized messages, these sites bait readers into clicking on their websites in order to generate advertisement revenue through internet traffic.
This essay explores that phenomenon and the unexpectedly substantial role it played in the 2016 Election of Donald Trump. Particularly noteworthy is an article in 2016, from a website claiming
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An individual who shows typical traits such as being:
May have an autocratic leadership style.
This is defined as a style whereby ‘the manager makes all the decisions without consultation’ (Pearson Education Limited, 2015). Real-world examples of autocratic business leaders taken from an article by Joseph Chris (2015) include Martha Stewart, Donald Trump, Howell Raines and Leona Helmsley.
Autocratic entrepreneur and 45th President of the United States Donald Trump was described as an ‘egocentric micromanager’ by his former employees (The
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count is increasing, and a large working population is needed. All in all, immigrants support the dependent population massively.
In conclusion, the US depends on immigrants for two-thirds of its revenue, as immigrants increase the job count, reduce wage competition, and improve dependency ratio. In contrast, the US only benefit from immigrants because of the current immigration laws, which are about to be change by President Donald Trump. If President Donald Trump passes new immigration laws, it might reduce the benefits Americans get from immigrants, as Trump plans on reducing the number of immigrants.
Kimberly Amadeo,” The Benefits of Immigrants to the US Economy”. Thebalance.com
Accessed November 29, 2018. www.thebalance.com
Huffington post,” How Immigration Benefits Americans And Is Key to US Leadership In The World”. Accessed December 4, 2018. www.m-huffingtonpost-com.cdn.ampproject.org
Budget model,” The Effects of Immigration on the United States’ Economy”. Accessed December 4, 2018. www.budgetmodel.com
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always be virtuous as well as effective?” Well, no because personally I think we should expect our political leader to be more effective than virtuous such as with our current President, Donald Trump. President Trump is not considered to be virtuous but he is an effective leader because he has strong ideas and is confident.
Machiavelli goes on to states “no matter what you do to stay in power it does not matter nor is it important”. I grasp this to mean they employ any means necessary to gain success and power for themselves. Not so much a ruler’s country and he is right. He talks about qualities that a leader should appear to possess and must appear to exhibit certain characteristics even if
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Korea and the president, Donald Trump, have repeatedly threatened “a sea of fire” and “power the likes of which this world has never been seen before.” Not only has North Korea placed a threat on the U.S., but one on Japan as well. The ICAN, International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, group is working hard to keep the world at peace by ensuring that Trump’s ability to launch a nuclear first strike without congressional authorization is eliminated, while also making efforts to reinforce the restriction of the use of nuclear weapons by any country. Although many countries, including the U.S., support the efforts of ICAN, the question still remains: Will this completely get rid of the