Inter se pugnantia (in’-ter-say-pug-nan’-ti-a): Using direct address to reprove someone before an audience, pointing out the contradictions in that person’s character, often between what a person does and says.
You say you want to make America great again, yet what you’re actually doing is grating America–shredding it to pieces with your polarizing speech.
America was great before you got involved in politics. If you really want to make America great again, go back to your Tower and stay there.
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Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu).