Bill Clinton Rhetorical Analysis

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The Clinton Administration: An Insider's Account
Politics has always been a touchy subject, many families consider the topic off limits during the holidays, because some members of the family can get extremely passionate about their opinions. Additionally, politicians have always been shrouded with gossip and scandal, every move they make is criticized. However, no other President has been scrutinized quite like Bill Clinton. In All Too Human: A Political Education written by George Stephanopoulos; he details his experience working for the Clinton Administration.
For five years, Stephanopoulos worked for Bill Clinton; because of his position, he was allowed unprecedented access to the all the activity around the President. Stephanopoulos joined Clinton as a communications director at the tail end of the 1992 U.S. presidential campaign and assisted him in his rise to being President of the United States. After securing Clinton as President,
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walking over in his briefs…” this interaction is relaxed, as if it were two friends talking about a movie they had just seen together, and portrays Clinton as mundane and typical (Stephanopoulos 5, 34). Clinton has emotions just like any normal human being, and he makes mistakes; the problem is his mistakes get far more criticised and have a much larger repercussion than the average person. Therefore, it makes sense that he would get angry and frustrated easily. Stephanopoulos stated, “Clinton’s anger was a more impersonal physical force, like a tornado. The tantrum would form in an instant and exhaust itself in a violent rush,” the author explains how he had a knack for calming down the President and addressing the cause of the outburst (Stephanopoulos

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