Political party then and now Political races is on the rise the rise of donald thump it has caused bad to happen to people and to see people like you have never seen them before their are two parties there were two people that did not get along it was
Along with giving us limited opinions and ideas, the two-party system often offers a repeat of candidates. Hillary Clinton has ran for the office of president
Many citizens of the country were outraged and shocked to find that Donald Trump would be our new president. A lot of people started walking down streets, walking out of schools, some even causing a bit of violence. Whether we like it or not Donald will be our new president; many would have different opinions on how he managed to win the election. Three of those important reasons are because there was a low voter turnout, the electoral college, and because of Hillary's email incident.
Rearing near towards the 2016 presidential election, the most popular candidates are Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, and Donald Trump. The most likely Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, has many radical views on certain issues. For the Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton seems most likely to be the Democratic presidential nominee, but her views on issues don’t seem to be the best. There are many general similarities between Hillary Clinton’s and Bernie Sanders’s views. However, there are certain areas where Bernie’s ideas seem to be the most beneficial.
In the 1980’s, the United States was in a recession. Clinton’s presidency helped America get out of the red and was finally out of debt. During this time, crime rates rose as well as poverty and unemployment. Bill Clinton was elected in 1992 as a Democrat, and ran again in 1996 to be re-elected. Clinton’s Presidency consisted of many improvements within the nation, but also the collapse of his reputation. Throughout his presidency, Clinton was charged with perjury and obstruction of justice due to an affair with Monica Lewinsky. Although Clinton was a member of the Democratic Party, he worked with the Congressional Republicans throughout his presidency, in order to unite the two parties while he was in office. Both Clinton and the Republican
That being said, however, I also think an equal (perhaps greater) problem is the role the media plays in any election. Journalists have human biases and often times they allow them to show by promoting those candidates with whom they agree philosophically or, even worse, providing more coverage for those they know will produce higher ratings.
In this essay, I will compare and contrast the recent top two candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton as it relates to the presidential election, along with my opinion and views regarding what recently took place as of November 8th, 2016. It’s no secret that this election has been the craziest thus far. Not only for the first time has a female candidate made it this far in an election, but we also got to witness the shenanigans that took place leading up to the election, majority of which came from our very own, Donald Trump.
The question to behold is, are Political Parties really representing who the American voters are? People oftentimes express that the people of their own political parties are not really giving a good image for the people of their own party. Hillary Clinton was supposed to represent the Democratic party for the 2017 election. With being such an admirable figure any mistake can be taken and a sign of being a liar, deceptive, and manipulative. Those who support her and her Political Party are perceived to be a lying, deceptive, manipulator, but that does not mean that her followers are. The same concept can be applied to Trump, oftentimes he is seen to have no filter, as a racist, and even sexist as well, and again the same thing can be said about Trump; just because he is viewed as that, that does not mean that his followers are the same
Map Assignment This year’s Presidential election is defiantly going to be one for the books no matter who wins in the end. There are so many people who believe that their candidate is so much better than the other and it feels like this country is pretty much divided in half. People who support Clinton, are finding ways to make Trump sound like the nastiest person alive and he is unfit to be the president and it is the same way for Trump supports about Clinton. I believe that they both have their good and bad points in their campaigns but they both also have very bad ideas that is not sitting well with anybody. People from the south are generally going to vote republican and people in the north are generally going to vote democratic. That is the way that it has been for decades and no one really expects anything to change in the way that the nation votes as a whole.
If you asked any average American on the street to describe our government, what do you think he/she would say? It's likely they would paint a picture rife with political deadlocks, skyrocketing debt, hate-filled campaign seasons and the splitting of the entire country between conservative and liberal ideologies. Many believe
Root Cause Conflict Analysis of the 2016 Presidential Election Problem The United States’ presidential election this year is nothing but a massive conflict between both the presidential nominees, and actual violent confrontations amongst the voters. There will be ramifications for many years to come regardless of who wins, and the world is
Politics is something that has been around since the start of times and usually is the talk of the town. During the 2000’s there were three presidential elections the first one took place in 2000. The Republican candidate was George W. Bush and the Democratic candidate was Al Gore. This race was extremely close. The final state, Florida, which was the deciding factor, was so close there was a recount. This became so big it went to the supreme court, Bush vs. Gore. But in the end George W. Bush won with only 5 more electoral votes than Al Gore. “This marked the fourth election in U.S. history in which the eventual winner failed to win at least a plurality of the popular vote (after the elections of 1824, 1876, and
The Rise and Fall of American Politics The 2016 presidential race has become a bloody fight with the Donald being crowned king of the Republicans will the civil war of the left continuous to see who will be crowned king. We have the establishment of both parties being challenged by outsiders,
In today’s society it is noticed that in the most recent presidential elections, specifically the upcoming election in November, there are candidates that uphold little to no political experience. Some examples of candidates like this would be Donald Trump, a businessman who can carry out negotiations well regarding the economy
Social media has made it easy for people to create conflicts about their opinions on certain topics. With Smith’s argument, America has and will never have a unified political culture and will have many arguments about American’s conflicting ideas. (Smith 555?) This past presidency election consisted of many heated arguments. Not only from the candidates but from people supporting their preferred candidate. It appears people felt validated when their candidate had a higher chance of winning. Their ideas, arguments, and opinions would be “right” if their candidate won. Once the republican candidate won, there has been many feuds in the country. As the newly elected presidents, Trump, tries to pass new laws, there has been backlash. People seem firmly rooted on their beliefs and they do not want to support him at all, despite him being our new president. People tend to not easily back down from what they deem is right. There may continue to be constant arguments and debates, from the left and from the right, but this is what forms our American culture, according to