Then the speech continues as Trump says how he plans to move this country forward as President. He states,"It is a movement comprised of Americans from all races, religions, backgrounds, and beliefs, who want and expect our government to serve the people -- and serve the people it will." This is promoting pathos in his audience, both those who have fought with and against him. He desires trust and to reassure those who don't trust him that he is thinking of their safety and well being anyways.
Finally, he thanks and acknowledges a lot of people and organizations with a lot of logos. Chris Christie, Jeff Sessions, RNC, and his own Vice President Mike Pence.
I don't support Donald Trump, as a human being and I probably won't support him as a president either. But as a 16 year old girl, all I feel I can do is be optimistic. If I was shown this speech a month ago and was told it was by Trump, I wouldn't believe it. And I still don't fully believe all the goals he described and the respect he gave in his speech were genuine. Yet as a country, we voted for him and elected him as our President. Now we must come together, stand our ground, and hope this wasn't a grave mistake.