Trump is under fire for using the Marine Band at an ostensibly non-political event that devolved into campaigning

Source: Yahoo News - View Original Article
Published: Oct 15, 2020
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52% Conservative


Bias Score Calculation:

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 52% Conservative:

  • 2 positive sentiments and 2 negative sentiments for Police funding.
  • 1 negative sentiment for European Union


Policies:

Police funding
European Union

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88% "According to The Post, the Marine Band played show tunes such as America from West Side Story to the arriving supporters.""
87% "Their involvement drew criticism from a Democratic lawmaker and an expert on the military.""
81% "Trump aides are said to have delighted in the violation of these norms multiple times, including Trump's use of the White House for his ..."
59% "At the Peaceful Protest for Law and Order event on Saturday, Trump praised law enforcement and emphasized the impact that widespread protests have had ..."
-51% "The president made a speech as part of the Peaceful Protest for Law and Order, an event organized by the White House.""
-64% "Attendees at the event were told to wear Blexit t-shirts, according to ABC News.""
-70% "The event was ostensibly non-partisan, but Trump addressed electoral politics from the start.""
-73% "We got to vote these people into oblivion, he said in his opening remarks.""
-83% "If you think he can run this country, you're wrong.""
-96% "By convention, neither the White House itself nor the military are supposed to be used as part of election campaign events.""

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

59% : At the "Peaceful Protest for Law and Order" event on Saturday, Trump praised law enforcement and emphasized the impact that widespread protests have had on Black and minority ethnic communities.
49% : The president made a speech as part of the "Peaceful Protest for Law and Order," an event organized by the White House.
58% : In his first public event since his COVID-19 diagnosis, Trump addressed the crowd from the South Portico balcony of the White House at the "Peaceful Protest for Law and Order" on Saturday.
29% : Later, he added: "If the left gains power, they'll launch a nationwide crusade against law enforcement."
53% : "Blexit," a play on "Brexit," the term for the UK's unexpected decision to leave the European Union, encourages Black and minority ethnic people to abandon support for the left and embrace conservative politics.
88% : According to The Post, the Marine Band played show tunes such as "America" from "West Side Story" to the arriving supporters.
87% : Their involvement drew criticism from a Democratic lawmaker and an expert on the military.
81% : But Alice Hunt Friend, a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, told the Post that the use of the band was a "big violation" of the norms established between the military and politics.
81% : Story continues "Americans who see uniformed military personnel at partisan political functions may assume the military has a partisan identity," Friend said.
81% : Trump aides are said to have delighted in the violation of these norms multiple times, including Trump's use of the White House for his Republican National Convention speech in August.
36% : Attendees at the event were told to wear "Blexit" t-shirts, according to ABC News.
30% : The event was ostensibly non-partisan, but Trump addressed electoral politics from the start.
27% : "We got to vote these people into oblivion," he said in his opening remarks.
17% : "If you think he can run this country, you're wrong."
4% : By convention, neither the White House itself nor the military are supposed to be used as part of election campaign events.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

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