While on the campaign trail, President Trump repeatedly promised that he would “drain the swamp” in Washington, D.C, a sentiment that resonated with many of his voters.
For this week, I’d like you to watch the video clip and read the two articles referenced below. Then write a 250-word response on the following:
What does President mean when he references “the swamp?” What role do lobbyists play in the creation of “the swamp? Has President Trump been able to successfully drain the swamp? Why or why not?
(Links to an external sitYour response should reference information from the articles and video link. Any response that does not, that is incomplete, will receive 0 points.
After you have submitted your post, please reply to at least TWO of your classmates’ posts.
This is one of 13 discussion posts that you have the option of responding to. Student grades will be calculated based on their top eight (8) discussion posts including the mandatory introductory discussion assignment.
Responses should be at least 250 words in length. Your response should reference information from the articles and video link. Any response that does not, that is incomplete, will receive 0 points.
After you have submitted your post, please reply to at least TWO of your classmates’ posts. Please make a substantive contribution to the discussion; short replies such as “I agree” will not earn full points. When you reply, make sure to use professional grammar and punctuation. Responding to a post without posting an original submission will result in 0 points.
Be open minded and respectful of other people’s opinions. Discussion is NOT a forum for personal attacks or hateful speech. You may disagree with someone’s logic without attacking the person’s integrity or intelligence.
Students who use derogatory terms or personal attacks will receive a zero for that discussion assignment and will be reported for appropriate disciplinary action.
Read the prompt and address the question(s) above in your initial reply.
Post your initial reply by 11:59 PM on Thursday, April 30.