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: dog whistlesee definition - ambiguous messaging used to stoke racial fear and anxiety and/or to covertly signal allegiance to certain subgroups of an audience.
: "Make America Great Again" could be a racially charged message, depending on how the word "again" is interpreted.[34]
: false claimsee definition - a statement that is directly contradicted by fact and can be easily proven untrue.
: Historical data actually shows that the stock market has risen more under Democratic than Republican presidencies.[1]
: demonizing the presssee definition - characterizing the press as the enemy, politically motivated, and dishonest.
: post hocsee definition - proclaiming that because something occurred after X, it was caused by X, when no causal relationship may exist at all.
: Taking credit for the low unemployment rate after 10 months, when the rate had been falling for 7 consecutive years, before he took office.[6]
: false equivalencysee definition - implying that two things are essentially the same, when they only have anecdotal similarities.
: Between quarterly GDP growth, which hit 3%, and annual GDP growth, which has still never hit 3%.[7]
: enough with political correctnesssee definition - rebranding the voicing of of racism, bigotry, and xenophobia as just telling it like it is.
: virtue wordssee definition - using words that are attractive to the value system of the target audience.
: pro family, pro police, pro worker, pro America.
: scapegoatingsee definition - placing unmerited blame on a person or group to channel societal resentment and frustration towards a common adversary or powerless victim.
: Immigrants (illegal and otherwise).
: demonizingsee definition - characterizing a group or those who support an opposing viewpoint as threatening, immoral, or less than human.
: Those that have immigrated to the U.S. via chain migration.
: honor by associationsee definition - championing public symbols that carry respect, authority, sanction, and prestige to assume the respect, authority, sanction, and prestige of those symbols.
: The Christian faith and traditions.
: demonizingsee definition - characterizing a group or those who support an opposing viewpoint as threatening, immoral, or less than human.
: Illegal aliens.
: virtue wordssee definition - using words that are attractive to the value system of the target audience.
: tough, strong, strong, strengthening.
: appeal to pitysee definition - portraying oneself as a victim in order to gain sympathy and manufacture justification for attacking your opponents.
: honor by associationsee definition - championing public symbols that carry respect, authority, sanction, and prestige to assume the respect, authority, sanction, and prestige of those symbols.
: The national anthem.
: honor by associationsee definition - championing public symbols that carry respect, authority, sanction, and prestige to assume the respect, authority, sanction, and prestige of those symbols.
: God
: honor by associationsee definition - championing public symbols that carry respect, authority, sanction, and prestige to assume the respect, authority, sanction, and prestige of those symbols.
: The national anthem, the military, the flag, the constitution.
: glittering generalitiessee definition - vague words or phrases used to evoke positive emotional appeal, without presenting supporting information or reason.
: About powerful forces and very bad, evil people, who know who they are, and who'll do anything, but we're stopping them, and we're seeing that right now, (when it's unclear who they are, what they're doing, how we're stopping them, and what we're seeing right now).
: poisoning the wellsee definition - discrediting your opponent to an audience in advance, in order to encourage dismissing any future claims they may make against you.
: Trump preemptively dismisses any current or future negative polling data for him it as nothing more than biased news outlets pursuing their own agendas.
: appeal to pitysee definition - portraying oneself as a victim in order to gain sympathy and manufacture justification for attacking your opponents.
: common folksee definition - establishing a connection with an audience based on being just like one of them and therefore being able to empathize with their concerns.

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References
1. "Why the Stock Market Doesn't Like Republicans". The Wall Street Journal. Published: February 17, 2017.

2. "GOP Presidents Have Been the Worst Contributors to the Federal Debt". The Atlantic. Published: October 27, 2012.

3. "CNN corrects story on email to Trumps about Wikileaks". CNN.com. Published: December 08, 2017.

4. "AP FACT CHECK: Trump on monuments, econ; Moore on accusers". AP News. Published: December 10, 2017.

5. "Trump says he won 84 percent of the Cuban-American vote. Fake news?". Miami Herald. Published: August 04, 2017.

6. "Labor Force Statistics from the Current Population Survey". Bureau of Labor Statistics. Published: January 31, 2018.

7. "Donald Trump Says U.S. Never Hit 3% GDP Growth Under Obama -". Fortune. Published: August 30, 2017.

9. "Renegotiate NAFTA". Politifact. Published: December 26, 2017.

10. "Donald Trump wrong that black homeownership rate is at a record high". Politifact. Published: December 11, 2017.

11. "Donald Trump will be president thanks to 80,000 people in three states". The Washington Post. Published: December 01, 2016.

12. "In Trump's first year, stocks soar for rich, but wages stay flat". The Washington Post. Published: January 05, 2018.

13. "World Opinion of Trump and U.S.". FactCheck.org. Published: September 26, 2017.

14. "U.S. Ends Participation in the Global Compact on Migration". U.S. Department of State. Published: December 03, 2017.

15. "Examining Trump's Asia Deals That He Says Are Worth Billions". The New York Times. Published: November 10, 2017.

18. "A History of the War on Christmas". Snopes. Published: November 29, 2017.

19. "Is There a Connection Between Undocumented Immigrants and Crime?". The New York Times. Published: May 13, 2019.

22. "No, Donald Trump, we are not giving Iran $150 billion for 'nothing'". Politifact. Published: March 17, 2016.

24. "Distorted NATO Funding Figure". Politifact. Published: December 14, 2017.

28. "Trump claims the U.S. has spent $7 trillion in the Middle East. It hasn't.". The Washington Post. Published: February 12, 2018.

29. "30,000 turn out for Trump's Alabama pep rally". CNN Politics. Published: August 21, 2015.

30. "Trump inflates 2016 Grand Rapids crowd size". The Detroit News. Published: December 28, 2017.

31. "Tracking the 2016 Presidential Money Race". Bloomberg Politics. Published: December 09, 2016.

32. "The S&P 500 Is at an All Time High-". Fortune. Published: November 01, 2019.

33. "Donald Trump wrong again that recent tax bill is biggest ever". Politifact. Published: January 30, 2018.

34. "Is 'Make America Great Again' Racist?". Voice of America. Published: August 31, 2017.