Procatalepsis (pro-cat-a-lep’-sis): Refuting anticipated objections.
Go ahead! Call me Donald Wall-nut!
I can build it. I will build the wall.
Too expensive? Nothing is too expensive. You get what you pay for!
Won’t work? Check out China and tell me their wall didn’t work!
Mexico won’t pay for it? Did you ever hear of the United States Army? The best damn bill collectors in the world!
Go ahead, call me Donald Wall-nut! It’s better than being called Hilary No-nuts, or Bernie Acorns, or Crushed Nuts Cruz!
Wal-Mart. Walnuts. Walgreens. Who the hell cares?
Enough with the walls and the nuts!
I will make America great again! If you don’t believe me, check out Atlantic City, or my first wife, or these free hats!
I’m number one with the Poles! Krakow’s in the bag! On to Oshkosh!
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Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu)