Hillary Clinton Pros And Cons

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Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton was born on October 26, 1947 in Chicago, Illinois, and was raised in Park Ridge, Illinois, a suburb 15 mile NW of Chicago. She was the oldest of three children, having two younger brothers. Hillary was very young when she became active in politics. She attended young Republican groups and campaigned for Barry Goldwater in 1964. She attended Wellesley College, where she was active in student politics and elected senior class president. After graduating in 1969, she went on to attend Yale Law School, where she met Bill Clinton. After graduating with honors from Yale in 1973, she enrolled at the Yale Child Study Center. This is where she took courses for children and medicine and completed one post-graduate year…show more content…
He also wants to end birthright citizenship for children of illegal immigrants. He also wants to use E-verify to verify citizenship of employees in the U.S. and reduce foreign workers by promoting unemployed citizens vs. employing foreign workers. And one of his most known requests is to build a wall spanning the entire U.S.- Mexico border (Politifacts.com).

Some pros to Hillary Clinton are that she has worked as a politician most of her life and has experience in both the White house and in the lower parts of the U.S.

Some pros to Donald Trump are that he is a businessman and has experience in handling and investing money. He also isn't a politician so he is very transparent and not hiding behind a cover. Another reason is that he is honest and will not stop himself from saying what he thinks. Some cons to Hillary is she has very little outside experience of a non political life. She is also very radical in what she wants to change.

Some cons to Trump is he is very uncovered and radical in his ways of dealing with issues. He also has no experience in government. He is very aggressive and might become a liability.

Trump will most likely win because a lot of the current population is upset with the current state of the United States Government. He is also giving a voice to the Americans who feel they don’t have one
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