Analysis Of Trump 's Campaign On The United States Essay

911 Words Dec 1st, 2016 4 Pages
June 16 2015, is when Trump formally announced his candidacy and also the day the United States lost the world’s respect. At no point during any election have Americans witnessed a presidential campaign as radicalized as Trump. For decades, the United States was always known as the promised land for the American Dream, but suddenly that all changed. America was no longer referred to as the land of the free due to this result of this presidential election, which revealed the other side of the United States society. Trump’s campaign was based on everything that America went against such as racism, hate crimes, religious segregation, and sexism. After the results of the 2016 presidential election, we see Trump’s victory as a gateway for norms of racism, hate crimes, religious segregation and sexism to be allowed in America.
Donald Trump is a businessman who somehow entered the world of politics for the first time and managed to gain the electoral votes to clinch the presidency of the United States. In his manifesto, Donald Trump was clearly a perpetrator of racism and did not shy away from his ideas on race. He told CNN in June 2015, “when Mexico sends its people….they’re bringing drugs, they’re bringing crime, they’re bringing rapists.’’ He also stated that he would “build a great, great wall on our southern border and I will have Mexico pay for that wall’’ on June 16, 2015 while he was announcing his candidature (What Donald Trump has said about Mexico). His choices of…

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