Public address speech on the President Trump Travel BanName Instructor Course Date During his first order on executive duties on immigration President Donald Trump suspended visa admission to citizens and refugees that can from Muslim countries of Iraq Yemen Sudan Somalia Libya Syria and Iran. Such travel ban would not allow any of the citizens from accessing U.S visas. On this 27th day of January I was really frustrated and emotional because I have Muslim friends whom I trust and have lived with them all my life. One of them is even a refugee from Palestine who is a U.S immigrant. Such official executive orders diminish and take away the American dream of the young immigrants in the country. I have witnessed my friend’s Lenah suffering in the acquisition of the registration documents is a global threat and locking doors to the victims of war only encourage atrocities to be committed. Policies on international security should be enacted by all countries in unison rather than segregating ourselves and burying our heads in the sand. Just like all Americans are not racists all Muslims are not terrorists or sympathizers. Terrorism and religion are two separate entities. The travel ban comes at a time when the modern world is trying to appreciate the diversity of religion and culture. Trump’s policy is however discriminatory and will divide the country along religious lines. References Clark Mindock New York. (2017 December 04). Trump's travel ban on six Muslim-majority countries to be fully enacted after Supreme Court ruling. Retrieved December 05 2017 from www.independent.co.uk travel ban. (n.d.). Retrieved December 05 2017 from http://www.asbmb.org/asbmbtoday/201704/Essay/TrumpsTravelBan/ [...]
Write a persuasive public address speech focusing on the President Trump Travel Ban. You will be writing the speech in essay format (APA style, 12-point font, Times New Roman). Your speech should be about 3 pages in length. You will be graded on the rhetorical strategies, the reasoning/argument of your persuasive claim, as well as the writing, grammar and punctuation.