Discussion Forum: Fallacy of Induction Find an example of a politician, public f

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Discussion Forum: Fallacy of Induction
Find an example of a politician, public figure, celebrity, etc., committing a fallacy of induction.
1. Post the link to the source
2. Summarize and name the fallacy committed
3. Describe how the fallacy was committed
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https://www.usnews.com/opinion/articles/2017-08-17/how-donald-trump-fails-logic-and-presidential-thinking
The type of fallacy committed by the former U.S president is called argumentum ad hominem and was a common error in former President Trump’s daily (or hourly) interactions, and it assumed several nuanced or varied forms. Here, the president seeks to prove his argument by deliberately ignoring his relevant “opponent’s” underlying logic and reasonableness (almost all subject individuals are at best “rivals”) and relying only on disparaging him as an individual.
When Trump attempted to refute Sen. Richard Blumenthal’s D-Conn. claims concerning Russian meddling in Trump’s appointment and management, for example, he completely overlooked the significance of Blumenthal’s idea. Rather, he concentrated on the senator’s previous conflict history fabrications.
Even though it’s possible that Blumenthal acted poorly and imprudently in demanding Vietnam war deal, that conduct was rationally inappropriate to the precision of his anti-Trump conspiracy charge. In Trump’s argumentum ad hominem against an Indiana jury (as he was of Hispanic culture), that specific target of Trump’s false representation was not even “guilty” of any alleged crime. Instead, Trump (comfortably) swapped raw racial hatred for commonly accepted logic and truth.
Trump’s positive ideas derived from illegal authority are a frequent counterpart of this argumentum ad hominem. Such an intrinsically erroneous argument, well-known as a common commercial advertising approach, aims to shift one’s respect or even veneration for authorities in one field to another, one in which they have no significant judgment or experience. Trump’s frequent defending of clearly non-qualified appointees as “decent folks,” and his accompanying tendency to imply that these appointees who have amassed personal wealth will become outstanding public officials, are prime examples. Former President Trump’s unrepentant selection of close family members to areas of high state accountability, such as son-in-law Jared Kushner to the White House to pursue harmony in the Middle East, is another more extreme example of the argumentum ad hominem positive.
And proffesor said↓↓↓↓
What you have done here is to find an article that identifies fallacies for you. Essentially, if that author were in this class, he could turn in his article for this assignment. I need you to do something similar to what he has done: find the fallacies yourself in the news, social media, etc. Also, the fallacy you mention, argumentum ad hominem, is a fallacy of relevance, not a fallacy of induction. Feel free to redo this assignment.
Please write it with this in mind.Thank you.

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