and Clinton administration that there is a war against any sort of unrest

And clinton administration that there is a war

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and Clinton administration, that there is a war against any sort of unrest, regardless of the facts that remain for civilians whose lives have been forever disrupted by stagnancyand lack of progression.So it's indicating this call to muffle, or stifle the progressive civil uprisings, such as the Black Lives Matter movement, LGBT legislation, the claim to rights by frightened Islamiccommunities, and Immigration law. These are all recent topics on the topic of American progression and the president-elect is in a very demure way, dismissing them. These pieces of the speech play along with the feelings, and aggravation of non-progressive, mostly conservative, and alt right citizens who often sat in the dark as the Nation evolved during the Obama administration. One that he critiques perfectly by applying the blame of stagnancy on for conservative topics such as military, ISIS, and civil disruption.He established his ethos by playing an objective role, stating statistics or “facts” that support a very clear and consistent view of minorities and the current administration, and referencing the business ventures that us as Americans are well aware of. He connects the economy just to trade, something he knows a fair amount about, but doesn’t necessarily expand on, especially at a time of the lowest unemployment rate since the Bush administration. He then targets ‘illegal’ immigrants, by feeding the fears
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  • Fall '08
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  • Rhetoric, presidential acceptance speech, progressive civil uprisings, objective role

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