Trump, You’re Fired!

Annie Simon, staff writer

Donald Trump’s whole campaign has offended many groups of people, and has often been followed by negative reactions. He recently released an ad about Syrian refugees comparing them to skittles, and the backlash was unprecedented.

“If I had a bowl of skittles, and I told you just three would kill you, would you take a handful? That is our Syrian refugee problem,” Trump’s ad said.


This ad reaches a new level of offensive rhetoric from Trump. The Syrian refugees need help, and we have the ability to help them. People like Trump are too scared to accept them and deal with national security at the same time. Bringing the refugees in could strengthen the U.S. and create a stronger bond with foreign countries by creating a bond between the U.S. and Syria.

The offensive comments Donald Trump has made during this election are unbelievable.

“If Hillary Clinton can’t satisfy her husband what makes you think she can satisfy America?” he has tweeted.

This tweet from Trump is one of the many degrading comments he has made. He is so afraid of everyone that he feels the need to insult whomever he can.

Fear has a large effect on people, but they should not be controlled by it. When people act because of fear, it leads them to make illogical decisions, such as letting an entire group of people suffer when they could be helped. Trump is controlled by his fear and unreasonable ideas. This appeals to some people because they are so afraid of everything that they can’t handle a leader who would do the right thing, even if it may be scary and hard.

Trump is good at coming up with catchy phrases for solving problems. The issue is he doesn’t really know how to solve those problems. He compares the issues of the Syrian refugees to skittles, he says, “let’s build a big wall,” and most of all he says “make America great again”. He has all these broad statements, but has no idea how to actually do them. “Make America great again” is the broadest statement of them all, because it doesn’t really show how to solve any problems at hand.

Trump’s campaign is filled with ads like the skittles one and comments similar to his previous one about Hillary.

If Trump becomes president, he will ruin this country.