The 2016 Presidential election has already set out to be the most one of the most historical election to date. Nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have been doing everything in their power to obtain the Victory. While many citizens may agree that both are unqualified to be president. The 3rd party candidates are trailing by a huge margin in the race to become the next president of the United States of America. The choices come to down to either one of the two democratic and republican nominees’. We first must identify what are the issues our country faces. To know who deserves our vote which is the big question we need to answer. In this essay, we will not be looking for who is the best nominee but who is the worst out of both.
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One of the biggest issues surrounding Hillary are the 33,000 emails she reportedly destroyed Those emails cost the life of four Americans in Benghazi. Based on the constitution of this country because of her action she should not be allowed to run for president but also be forced to resign her seat in the senate. People also worry about the way Hillary manages her financials. It has been reported that Hillary loss six billion dollars of tax payer’s money. Furthermore, Hillary has also used loopholes to avoid the payment of taxes it has been reported the Clintons have five shell companies whose only purpose is to avoid paying certain taxes. Citizens of the U.S are also worried about Hillary’s immigration plan Hillary plans to have open borders. Also, give illegal immigrants medical care and other benefits but the citizen of the U.S will pay the bill of these benefits. Moreover, Hillary is all for women rights but has been accused of threatening her husband’s rape victims. Forcing them to keep quiet for Bill Clintons actions against …show more content…
Afterwards look at the nominee that has the better solution to our issues. That is why I decided to vote for trump Even though I may not agree with some of the thing he says he does makes the most sense. When it comes to facing the issues that have the most impact on our country. I believe that one of the biggest issues that our country faces is that the same people run our country. So, adding term limits to congress and many more will benefit us the people. Furthermore, I have noticed that for that same reason neither the republican party of democratic party support trump. He completely goes against their agenda which is the reason why we the people are so screwed. The agenda benefits them and fill their pockets while we are left to suffer. My decision is based on what I want which is change and trump offers that. I believe he will improve our economy not because of his success but because of his failures. There is a say you learn more from your losses than your
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This presidential debate brings up many perspectives and conflict in which candidate would make a better president. Simply said, this presidential race, is like no other. In the article “If Necessary, I’ll Vote Trump Over Hillary,” that was published in February 24, 2016 by Nicole Russel, does not represent a good overview of the both candidates due to her bias opinions The Federalist Article, lacks details of Trump, but explores in depth of Hillary. Russel explains how “Clinton Has a Terrible Track Record” by breaking down the issues she faced as the Secretary of state. Furthermore, Russel explains how Hillary is proven to be a liar, and a example such as her “illegal” use of a personal email was brought up.
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Too many times in our country sadly money is the key to winning an election and in most cases the wrong person is elected just because they have money. Money, popularity, and the need for change are the main topics that are at the forefront of all presidential elections each year; are they the most important topics to discuss? The first point I am going
The presidential election of 2016 and the presidential election of 1800 were two of the most divisive and partisan elections in the history of the United States, and many of the lessons learned from the election of 1800 have carried on through the years and become relevant to the election of 2016. While the election of 2016 was widely regarded as unusual, the election of 1800 was also unusual in its time for some very similar reasons, and Edward J. Larson’s book, A Magnificent Catastrophe, describes that election in dramatic detail. Similarities between the two elections included rampant partisanship, divisions within parties, negative political attacks, and the occasional scandals, though the impacts of these were not the same for both elections.
Presidential Election 2016 We are less than a month away from the 2016 Presidential Election. American citizens will be choosing their next executive leader on November 8th, 2016. As usual, we have a candidate from the Republican and the Democratic parties, Donald Trump (R) and Hillary Clinton (D). Even if Donald Trump has very interesting proposals and ideas, eventually Hillary Clinton is the better choice for our presidency because of her terms on Taxes, Military, and Education.
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During this time of the year many elections are taking place across the national government, from the Presidential elections to the House and Senate elections. We used multiple polling organizations in order to come up with our best predictions as of who we think will win the upcoming elections. There are 435 House elections, 37 Senate elections, and 1 presidential election that we have examined and have came up with predictions for. There are some races that will be won by a landslide by incumbents but there are also races that are extremely competitive in the House and Senate elections. With the presidential election there are guaranteed states based on party affiliation but also there are swing states that could go either.
My fellow Americans, I am proud to announce that I am running for the presidency of our great country. However this can only be achieved if you unite as one to help make me the face of congress. Once I am in this position nothing will stop me from doing everything within my power to help all those that inhabit this great nation of ours. This country has a bright and prosperous future, but it will require all of us working together for the common good. There are a countless number of good points about our country, but there are a few that we will need to work on and as your next president I will make them my top priority.