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.
One thing that made a lot of people gravitate towards him was that many voters liked that he wasn’t another politician and his promise to “drain the swamp” which means that he is going to get rid of corruption in Washington D.C. Those were constant thing throughout the whole election, but towards the end he got hit with a big scandal. There was a sound recording from when he was in a bus heading to a TV show from many years ago where he talked about sexually assaulting women. He denied doing it saying that it was just “locker room talk”, but then many women came forward saying that they were victims of him sexually assaulting them. Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign had a few scandals.
Keepin’ It Real With Hillary The Presidential Election being only fourteen months away, presidential candidates, especially the republican candidates, are lined up as far as the eye can see. Some would say that this election is one for the year books, since the most favored candidates are not of the stereotypical politicians. The most noticeable nontraditional presidential candidate is Donald Trump, a high powered billionaire.
The recent 2016 Election was controversial and showcased just how divide our nation has become. The results of the election surprised many who believed there was no possible way Donald Trump would be elected president. This unraveled tension was met with uproar and confusion. Hillary Clinton won the popular vote whereas Donald Trump won the electoral vote, thus making him the President-elect
Hillary Clinton since the beginning has as always been the person to be involved in her community and help people prosper. She has always dedicated her time to helping children, helping women and helping the world. Her message to why she is running for president is to make the economy better by addressing income inequality and to aid the middle class. Having a clear message to why a candidate is running for president really benefits them. They make it clear for the audience to why they are running and if the people agree with their message they gain more supporters.
For Trump, a lot of the relevant information came from the news media. It is why Republicans came to see him more favorably in the initial months.” If you can get as much as good news coverage towards the beginning, the public will believe you are a good guy, whether or not they vote for you, is for you to persuade. The limits to this are the same as all of the others, no matter how good the public believes you truly are, strong partisan attitudes cannot usually be
Hillary Clinton is the democratic candidate running for the United States Presidency. After her husband's term of presidency ended, Clinton decided it was her time to run for presidency. Throughout Clinton's campaign she announces her beliefs on a variety of Americas problems. Such issues as abortion, taxes, immigration, military spend, and gun control all of which cause much distress to the American people. Clinton has stressed her views concerning abortion, saying “I will defend a woman's right to choose.
An American society sick and tired of political correctness, the vilification of manliness, countless degradations of the American culture and an insulting replacement of American values with foreign practices have catapulted Trump into the stratosphere. His strategy is simple. He has cast aside the careful and politically correct considerations of past and present candidates while attacking liberal agendas with accuracy and zest. The level of desperation for a candidate who is willing to face down the bias of media reporting, vicious attacks from the left and the failed promises of a party that is supposed to represent the conservative ideals of the majority, is both frightening and loud. Regrettably, the GOP has now joined the chorus of leftist assaults on
So the time has finally come that America has chosen its newest president. And they did so mainly with the "it's one or the other mindset" if anything, really. Since Donald. J. Trump has become the President Elect, no-one has really been happy. Obviously, liberals aren't all that pleased with a man who opposes almost everything they vie for, but even conservatives are having second thoughts, or at the very least, hoping he doesn't really take most of the things that he said literally.
Immigration, education, and healthcare are three of the important topics that U.S citizens want to hear about. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both have great proposals to make America better. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both have great proposals for the U.S. Yet, we seen that in these three topics Hillary Clinton is better than Donald
Gary Johnson and Donald Trump have both lost it many times during their rallies, letting their emotions take over in order to defend their egos. Personally, I feel that the person who has access to missiles should not be ruled by their egos and emotions. Hillary however, can keep control over her emotions and she has more experience than the other candidates, as secretary of state she helped deal with many leaders of other countries. The other candidates, especially Donald Trump, have no experience dealing with such important issues and have no plans for their foreign policy. Sure they say that they have a “policy” but most of them are impractical or simply not there.
Currently Donald Trump is the GOP frontrunner with over 13 points more than his closest competitor Ted Cruz and has about 34% support in the large political mess of the Republican Party Presidential Race. This is no more a joke that we can just laugh at and Trump needs to be looked at seriously as a contender and he should not be able to run for presidency when his political platform is based on insulting others due to their religion or country of origin and using vague and eccentric promises that break the backbone of this nation in order to fix these “problems”. The two demographics that have faced the brunt of these attacks are the Muslim and Mexican Communities however Trump has not resisted insulting women, multiple newspapers including
We are too distracted by Bernie Sanders hair or Donald Trump’s insults to listen to their political views. Liberals in Vermont are too excited to have a candidate from their little state that they won’t hear anything they don’t want to, Sanders to them embodies everything a president should be. Trump’s supporters believe they have a chance to have a president who will speak honestly, even if it is painful or insulting, and who will make America great again. It is the idea that you will always support the democratic nominee if you are democrat regardless of what they are saying or what they have done. People will blindly defend someone running in the party they support rather then choosing a candidate based on their opinions and beliefs.
Unfortunately, many people have forgotten that history often repeats itself, and we should not, nay we cannot have a president who lies, and omits important information from the American public. How could we trust a wolf in sheep’s clothing when it really matters? How can we expect someone to give us what we need in times of crisis, when they won’t even give us the truth in times of concord? We can’t, and this is why we cannot have Hillary as president. When the wicked rule, the people mourn, and when the wicked give them further reason to mourn, the despondency of the people
Over the course of this paper I will be discussing the main topic of the election that not only affects the United States of America, but the world in general. It is an election that can either change the course of history for the better or for the worse. This election occurs in between each term of the elected individual each of the two terms they could possibly serve. What election am referring to you may ask? The election that I am talking about is of course the presidential election.