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    Oval Office Scandal

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    report on April 6th, 2017, Nermeen Shaikh reported on President Donald Trump and his support for Bill O’Reilly. Lawsuits were carried out by five women who alleged that Bill O’Reilly, a Fox News host, sexually harassed them. In response to these lawsuits, Fox News paid $13 million to settle the case. In the Oval Office interview, President Trump supported O’Reilly stating that “I don’t think he did anything wrong . . . he is a good person”. Civil rights attorney Lisa Bloom, who represented Dr. Wendy Walsh who accused O’Reilly of the sexual assault speaks out about the sexual advances. Lisa Bloom also represented Jill Harth, a Florida business associate of Trump who sued Trump for sexual harassment. These lawsuits who accused Trump of sexual assault parallels O’Reilly’s lawsuits in which both men disregarded women and treated them as sex objects.We find Trump’s comment disturbing, in which he does not think that sexual harassment is wrong. Again, this brings back to Trump’s previous statements in which he bragged about sexual assault. Ultimately, a President…

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    the rest of the world that America won’t stay knocked down, that they will get up stronger than before and retaliate. His purpose is to inform Americans of the attack and to comfort them. Bush’s audience in his speech is the American citizens and also the rest of the world, so they wouldn’t feel superior to us in our catastrophic attack. Bush uses many rhetorical devices in his address from allusions all the way to anaphoras. In the very beginning of his speech, Bush is very discouraged. He…

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    Johnson in the Oval Office Lyndon Johnson took the oath as vice president on January 20, 1961 (Bornet, P. 1). In office, he served as a subordinate to President Kennedy. Johnson served as liaison with America’s space effort and also served as chairman of the President’s Committee on Equal Opportunity (Bornet, P. 1). He also made short visits for President Kennedy to thirty-three countries to give speeches on behalf of the president (Bornet, P. 1). However, the key powers reside with President…

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    Oval Office Media Analysis

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    The leader of the free world did not make their way into the Oval Office of the White House by chance. Image is one of the vital appeals to the donor as well as voters from the 318.9 Million people living in the United States. When a candidate runs for the presidency, they have usually been in politics for a set amount of years and gained notoriety that will later be necessary when running for office. From Franklin Roosevelt’s fireside chats to the first televised political debate, the voters…

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    “Why do we always get caught up in fights between other countries?” Thomas asked himself while pacing in the Oval Office. “I am going to pull my hair out if one more American is forced under impressment! We are a free nation!” Being a pretty casual man, he strolled out of his office in his slippers to talk with his cabinet of advisors. It was 1807, only 31 years since they stopped fighting with Britain, and they were already asking for another war, he thought to himself. Later, in the…

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    The usual circus that makes up the months preceding the United States Presidential Elections has seen quite the ripple: Donald J. Trump, billionaire and businessman, has announced his bid for the Oval Office in June 2015. His campaign thus far has been called many things–needed, wanted, racist, fascist, and all-around interesting–but what it cannot be called is unprecedented. Trump has taken the same path of many political fomenters before him. Donald Trump is without a doubt a demagogue; what…

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    n 1974, President Richard Nixon resigned from his second term in the Oval Office. President Nixon was involved in a scandal at the Watergate complex in Washington D.C. The Republican president Nixon was believed to have ordered the burglars to go to the Democratic National committee for a crime of wire tapping and stealing documents. President Nixon tries to console, defending his honor, and remind the public all that has been accomplished. Richard Nixon tries to console the public by using…

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    Vallario’s class he showed the students how to draw a face. He explained it in four steps and as he was explaining it he was drawing the face strep by step on the board. He tells the students to follow the steps along with him. First they draw an oval outline that tapers down at the bottom. They do this because heads are never drawn circular; they are oval shaped, almost like an egg. Then they follow Mr. Vallario while he is drawing a line down the center of the oval. Then he cuts the oval in…

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    To summarize the column by Thomas Friedman, he is just saying arguments about how Trump is not well fitted for president. Obviously, these arguments are his opinion and are not a hundred percent correct; although he is very educated. Friedman uses a lot of ethos, pathos, logos in his argument to try and persuade his audience (anyone reading this column.) He constantly uses the phrase "how do we put in the Oval Office..." and follows with a fact about Trump. Friedman is mostly one sided and only…

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    Today was a slow day, but very education. I am finding that out that my time at CTLC is better spent watching than actually doing things. When I walked into the double door facility I seen the usual faces, and I greeted them as I made my way back to my little small cubical office. When I arrived at my office about two minutes after greeting several people, I noticed a small green sticky note that was on my desk from the day prior. The note was to remind me about the Homeless Alliance meeting at…

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