Translation of bully pulpit in Spanish:

bully pulpit

tribuna, n.

noun

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    tribuna feminine
    • Perhaps the most important strength is the high importance attached to the president's using his bully pulpit to articulate a democratic vision and to attach his personal prestige to the democracy-building endeavor.
    • This latter role offers considerable potential as a bully pulpit.
    • Some folks would really like to see the late night comedians use their shows as bully pulpits to advance certain positions.
    • But when you hold the White House those approaches really can work - because you have three levers of power, the executive branch, the bully pulpit and the veto pen.
    • He responded that he had thought about it, but decided that he can effect a change in the political landscape more thoroughly from his bully pulpit on the air.
    • His was a conception of the presidency in which there was little room for the bully pulpit.
    • He has to either compromise with the opposition parties, or else use the bully pulpit of the presidency to sway public opinion which in turn would affect opposition policy.
    • President Kennedy took to television and declared from the bully pulpit: ‘We are confronted primarily with a moral issue.’
    • I don't care if we like it or not, the Republicans are the ones with the money and the bully pulpit and they're going to hammer on it.
    • After all, why didn't he mount his bully pulpit and say so at the time?
    • You know, after a setback, most presidents use the bully pulpit to go speechifying.
    • If conservatives truly believe in a meritocracy, why aren't they busy denouncing this kind of thing, using their bully pulpit to shame rich whites into stopping this practice?
    • And basically using the authority of my office, and the bully pulpit, to campaign for them up and down the state.
    • So he did the best he could with what he had: he used his office as a bully pulpit to speak the truth about our neglectful shepherds.
    • But the position has also become a bully pulpit, letting the occupant rattle everyone from underperforming CEOs to the chairman of the New York Stock Exchange.
    • But the individuals with the bully pulpit must be out in front, making the case to all citizens that their vote makes a difference.
    • But what's wrong with having a bully pulpit, using that kind of forum as a bully pulpit to talk about these economic issues?
    • More than that, this nation needs a president who uses his bully pulpit to seriously promote responsible behavior by corporate executives.
    • But as part of a broader cultural argument from the bully pulpits of government, churches, foundations, and academia, it is essential.
    • Some in the industry used the opportunity as a bully pulpit to lecture the media.