How fake is the 2018 State of the Union

by CamilleB-P on Février 7, 2018 - 12:35pm

How fake is the 2018 State of the Union

Recently, I read an interesting article about the 2018 State of the Union on The Washington Post. It relates that if you want to entertain yourself and see a character to pronounce a prepared speech without understanding the meaning of it, watch the 2018 State of the Union. This State of the Union Address is just another proof that President Trump and his defenders are fake. He is completely incompetent in his job: he just wants to make a show. He says things that a president cannot say and he does not have any respect for others. Instead of share common human values like generosity, respect and acceptance of differences, he denigrates publicly everybody who he does not like. Trump has two personalities: A false and a true. The false Trump is the one that pronounces prepared speeches like the State of the Union address. The true Trump is the one who says disrespectfully what he really thinks on Twitter. People have to make the difference between the two personalities of President Trump. The 2018 State of the Union is insincere, hypocritical and staged, just like Donald Trump.

In my opinion, I think that the article You want fake news? Watch the State of the Union is credible, because it is published in the reliable daily newspaper The Washington Post. It is a famous newspaper in the United States. Also, the author, Jennifer Rubin, is a real American journalist and she has work for a lot of newspapers like Human Events and The Weekly Standard before starting to write the ‘’Right Turn’’ blog for The Washington Post. Furthermore, the article was posted on The Washington Post on January 30, the same day of the State of the Union. So, it adds credibility to the article because it proves that the author follows the phenomenon of Donald Trump. She talks about real facts, real events and real tweets that Donald Trump posted on Twitter, for example the tweet about ‘’shithole’’ countries. Because of the credibility of the newspaper and the author, I believe that the article is reliable.

Source: You want fake news? Watch the State of the Union, Jennifer Rubin, The Washington Post, January 30, 2018,

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