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Trump took Obama’s theme and then connected with the American people
Trump speaks far more often in the second person than Obama, and his simple diction and clipped sentences sound heartfelt compared to Obama’s writerly abstractions.
With a silencer, gunfire doesn’t warn of danger
This political push should be recognized for what it is: an effort to provide an extremely small benefit to gun owners that willfully ignores what can happen to others once a bullet leaves a gun barrel.
Can Trump make the world stable again?
Trump’s promise to “make America great again” resonated with many disaffected voters at home. But abroad, it created fear that America’s global power is receding, with China and Russia moving to fill the vacuum.