Essay on Presidential Speech
I come before you tonight not to bury the current U.S. in insults and criticism, but to raise her high like the precious gift of the statue of liberty that was given to this country from France out fo pure thankfulness and respect.
I am not concern with what America is today my true focus is what America is so eager to become.
That is why I stand before with sincerity and honesty in my heart and a burning, determined desire to make America once again "the country that sits upon a hill", and the epitome of a strong united nation that stands E Pluribus Unum.
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I refuse to stand before you all tonight and tickle your ears with empty promises. We all live united in the same country which means we all know the key issues that needs to be addressed.
We all know the issues that plays as an epidemic and plagues our country slowly but surely killing The U.S. as a whole.
No longer will we overlook the instability of our country.
No longer will we tucker our tails and run away from the war of terrorism.
No longer will we concern ourselves with minute matters like getting revenge for an assassination attempt of one of our predecessor.
No longer would we be deliberately disrespected to our face by another country's boastful attempt to manufacture weapons of mass