Compare Donald Trump And Hillary Clinton

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Aryenna Ramirez
Mrs. Funk
English 11
18 November 20

Presidential Election Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are two opposite electoral candidates. Donald Trump is a democrat and Hillary Clinton is a republican. In this paper I will be discussing Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s views on crime/justice and health care. These two candidates have opposite opinions on each of these topics. Hillary Diane Rodham was born on October 26, 1947 in Chicago, Illinois. She was eldest daughter of Hugh Rodham and Dorothy Emma Howell Rodham. In 1971, she first came to Washington D.C to work with the U.S Senator Walter Mondale’s sub-committee on migrant workers. In the spring of 1947 Clinton became a member of the presidential impeachment inquiry staff,
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Clinton does disagree with the way states use the death penalty. Clinton says “what I continue to believe is that the states have proven themselves incapable of caring out fair trials that give any defendant all the rights a defendant should have.” Linton thinks there should be certain circumstances with psychological problems. The crimes that get followed by shooting, kidnapping resulting in death, and other crimes though violent hardly qualify as mass murder or terrorism.…show more content…
Clinton mentions Donald Trump not caring about women’s health at all. Hillary Clinton discussed her position about fetus’s having constitutional rights “the unborn person does not have constitutional rights.” Clinton feels like it is an assault on women’s health, she states, abortion is like the morning after pill for unintended pregnancies. She also says that abortion is a tragic decision made by many women. The fact is, the best way to reduce the murder is to reduce the number of unwanted pregnancies in the first place. The unborn victims of violence act of 2004, which recognized an unborn child as a legal victim and made it a crime to commit an act of violence against an unborn child. It became a law on April 1, 2004.
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