Some people don’t like Donald Trump. Some people REALLY don’t like Donald Trump. Some people have such a great dislike for Donald Trump, that they will assault Trump supporters leaving a rally(http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/violence-breaks-trump-rally-san-jose-prot...). But no matter you’re opinion on Trump, there’s no avoiding the fact that a lot of people don’t like him.
Racism has been going on for so many years but still continues but in different ways. It’s not even the color of your skin or how you look. Racism even happens because of your culture. We have been dealing with this ever since the 9/11 attack in New York City when two planes crashed right into both of the Twin Towers, making them fall to the ground killing a lot of people on that day. After all of that, now people look at Muslims like if they're doing something suspicious or if they have a bomb or something. But not all Muslims are bad they're really good people.
One of the most important issues discussed during the Presidential Primaries is health care. Currently, there is stone dissatisfaction with ObamaCare, or the ACA. Therefore the candidates are offering solutions to these problems. Democrats are mostly trying to support but fix problems in the ACA, quite Republicans are trying to repeal it entirely and offer other alternatives. Donald Trump in particular had an interesting alternative.
A major topic that seems to be discussed around by a lot of people is Donald Trump's immigration policy. Donald Trump states that we are the only country in the world whose immigration system puts the need of other nations ahead of our own. However, Donald Trump's immigration policy seems to target more Mexicans than any other race.
I believe that Donald Trump will be the Republican Nominee for the 2016 Election. At this point in time, although he believes in many ideas opposite to the norm of the party, he is their strongest candidate. He is rash, brutish, and arrogant, but he represents the Republican party. He is their best bet at getting anywhere in the race. Otherwise, anyone else who they send up to compete against Hillary will flat out lose.
It is very hard to map out who will be republican candidate of 2016. I believe the candidate to win will be Donald Trump. Although he seems very childish, he has the most popularity. He is an active participant in social media. Social Media is a new way to reach out to people, even when considering politics.
He is # 1 when it comes to the Iowa and N.H. polls. He is also # 1 when it comes to market predictions. Although he raised the least money, Donald Trump is very wealthy and does not require this. Unfortunately, Donald Trump has a big chance of being the republican nominee.
Donald Trump will most likely be the Republican representative for president of 2016. And more than two-thirds of Republicans say he's the candidate most likely to capture their party's presidential nomination. Trump's lead is clearly significant and the poll finds him well ahead of the field among a range among other candidates. He leads among both men and women, younger and older voters, white evangelicals, conservatives and both self-identified Republicans and independents who lean toward the party.
I believe that Donald Trump will be the preceding candidate for the presidential election on the Republican side. I think that he is going to win because he is willing to go to extreme to fix issues that are evident in our society. He does not support certain groups of people that others also do not approve of which gains him a lot of supporters. People want to feel safer and he would be willing to do anything to make people feel safe, if they're Americans. He claims to know what is best for the country and people believe him because he is very convincing.
Immigration is an issue that constantly appears throughout America’s history and remains controversial to this day. Many people are fearful of losing jobs and resources to immigrants, they feel threatened by that which they do not understand. However, in The Atlantic's article Why American Cities Are Fighting to Attract Immigrants, evidence was cited proving immigrant’s various contributions to our society. In 2011, the New American Economy reported that immigrants made up 28% of the small business workforce.
I feel that Donald Trump will be the one that will be representing the Republican Nominee. I feel this because he is Donald Trump, rich, famous, quite, intelligent, and says whatever is on his mind. The establishment and their donor base have spent so much time trying to determine how to lock grassroots conservatives out of the halls of power that they’re now finding themselves overrun – and they’re fleeing into the arms of defeat.
A societal trend that has been in the news lately is xenophobia. Between harsh scorn of the Syrian refugees, and Donald Trump’s prejudiced comments about Mexican-Americans, xenophobia is real and it is concerning.
A popular person that is making his way across the U.S. is the presidential candidate Donald Trump. He is constantly making headlines with his outrageous remarks. He is definitely known as a man with no filter as he says many xenophobic comments. It's ridiculous how many people actually support him, but he's using his support to direct people to the hostility towards foreigners.
In the The Lorax, the city of Thneedville represents the all too common view of what a dystopian society would look like. O’Hare is the person in charge of this small town, and he uses his influence, control over the economy and business, and his promise of protection to keep everyone under his control. But he also uses constant surveillance to monitor all the citizens of Thneedville. O’Hare wants to know what people are doing at all times, and he even tells Ted (main character) that he has eyes all over the city.
I intend on researching one of the possible presidential candidates, Donald Trump. He has slammed and insulted minority groups, POWS, women, reporters and many other groups. My question is, why does Trump do this? Also, why do people still like him after he has insulted so many groups? What will happen if he is president? To answer these question (especially the last one), I will research his plans for society if he wins the presidency. By looking up his plans, I will see how he will affect society, whether it is a good change or bad.