Donald Trump Immigration Speech Analysis

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Donald Trump, on the day of June 16, 2015, announced his candidacy for president as a Republican. Trump is very vocal, and he does not mind who he offends. He gave a speech on how he does not like immigration on August 31, 2016 in Phoenix, Arizona. In Donald Trump’s Immigration Speech, he talks about how he thinks that the immigration system should be fixed. While talking about this in his speech, Trump uses facts and figures appeal, appeal to authority, simple solutions, and appeal to fear to persuade and inform people of what a shape our country is in and how he wants to “Make America Great Again.” Donald Trump uses facts and figures appeal to persuade Americans by stating statistics and factual information to prove the truth …show more content…
The very first step he plans to make he says, “We will build a great wall along the southern border. And Mexico will pay for the wall.” He plans to build a wall to separate Mexico and the United States. Donald Trump believes that this will solve the immigration issues that the United States are having today. Not only is he planning to build the wall, but he wants Mexico to pay for it. However, this was the better option for Mexico because Donald Trump gave them the option of either paying their debts to the United States, or paying for the wall. Donald Trump plans to persuade us by saying that he is going to solve many problems with this idea. The second step to making the United States better, according to Trump, is said in the …show more content…
He wants to persuade us into thinking that more people that is protecting the border, the safer the United States will be. The fourth step that Trump describes he is going to take is when he says:

…number four, block funding for sanctuary cities. We block the funding. No more funds. We will end the sanctuary cities that have resulted in so many needless deaths. Cities that refuse to cooperate with federal authorities will not receive taxpayer dollars, and we will work with Congress to pass legislation to protect those jurisdictions that do assist federal authorities.
He explains to us, using simple solutions, that he has a plan to block funding for sanctuary cities. What he means by this is he wants, meaning cities that don 't allow police to deport illegal immigrants, and which people who say no claim harbor criminals. The fifth step to making the United States a better place to live is said by Donald Trump in the

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