Donald Trump believes that we should deport all undocumented immigrants to help better America as a country. In a recent interview he specifically targets Mexicans.
Here, Trump uses the rhetoric, in particular, an appeal to pathos to convince Americans that Mexicans are bad people. He says "They [Mexico] aren't bringing their good people here. They aren't bringing you [American citizens]." By saying this Trump is appealing to the emotions of American citizens, making them feel better about themselves to have an inferior look down on Mexicans. Trump is also inferring that his audience are all hard workers. This gives his potential voters a good feelings about not only themselves, but Trump as a president. Trump also uses inclusive words like "you" "we" and "us." These words appeal to a strong sense of nationalism. They make his American audience feel as though Trump cares about them dearly. This rhetoric is effective when persuading voters to vote for you.