Dialogismus (di-a-lo-giz’-mus): Speaking as someone else, either to bring in others’ points of view into one’s own speech, or to conduct a pseudo-dialog through taking up an opposing position with oneself.
He’s shaping up to be the greatest President the United States of America has ever had! But you say it’s doubtful, Donny–so doubtful.
Ha! That’s not true. Look at the loyalty, the love, the affection!
Ok–Donny says it’s true: he’s making America great again in his own special way.
Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu)