Who will win in the presidential debate of 2016 for president of united states Donald trump or hillary clinton.The reason why I is because we need a good president and mack sure that we have a good president of the united states of america.We need to make sure wich won will be the better candidate the one that can make america great again and not bad as it is.America has become a bad place and horrible to we have don bad things and it has not help us eny and will not and it has made a lot of people mad about it and they want america.Great again and I think that's what a lot of people want and need from this new president and that is .What they want to happen they want america great again and that’s what they want to happen and who people thank can do it they will.
There are any reasons why hillary clinton should have won. Im am going to state only a few reasons why donald trump should have lost. Hillary even won the popular vote and still lost the election to a rapist a sexist and a racist. And the many other horrible things that donald trump is. Donald trump violates a lot of the constitution not letting people have the same rights. Deporting people who are citizens just because they look wrong to him. He's a jerk and bully he doesn't care what other people want just what he wants. When he says he will “make america great again” no it should be he will “make america bad again”. All he ever does is criticize people around him. He doesn't care what they think all he cares about is himself. He goin got cause a war with someone (most likely iraq).
Thesis: Donald Trump has been able to run such a successful presidential campaign as a result of the evolution of the GOP and his clever tactics throughout the race, however if he does get the nomination, then the results would be devastating for the republican party because they would be almost guaranteed to lose the general election and it could even result in the downfall of their party, but in the end, the most interesting thing about Donald Trump’s campaign is how it has shown us just how divided this country is.
Now that the President-elect is, as he said, in the “big league,” he appears surprisingly tame, and at times, even dignified. One could even argue that his words and actions are befitting of a statesman. Perhaps he realizes that his obnoxious, cutting remarks would only pour fuel over the fiery resentment of the protesters, ultimately making it unprofitable to him.
Republican I Donald J. Trump has been continuously unsuccessful in taking the lead against his presidential rival Hilary, however this contradictory presidential candidate may still be able to win the presidency. His rival Hillary has kept a consistence lead over Trump to the point where many people would say the she has won. Nonetheless, the less that may not be the case, there are many presidential elections where the losing candidate losing candidate has made a comeback. For example, Hubert Humphrey in the 1968 presidential election and the Gerald Ford in the 1976 presidential election. Both candidates trailed by double digits in the August and September polls but then made a comeback. Although they had lost both but only by a small margin
We as citizens of the United States of America are lucky enough to live in a nation where we are free to make our own decisions and pursue our dreams really without any government interference. However, while this is a blessing, at times it can be quite a curse. A perfect example of this would be the ability for anyone to attempt to become President even if they aren’t in the least bit qualified. If you haven’t figured out who I’m referring to I’m talking about one Donald J. Trump. Trump is a business man who has made billions of dollars through real estate and other means. While successful this man has no business running a country, especially one as powerful as ours. However, for the past few months Mr. Trump has lead in the republican polls.
The 2016 Presidential election is getting closer and the two major party nominees are getting ready for the fight of their lives, and not holding back any punches. In the red corner, representing the Republican Party, Donald Trump, the successful business person wants to make America great again. In the blue corner, representing the Democratic Party, Hilary Clinton, the former first lady and Secretary of state is making history as the first female major party Presidential candidate. Both have toured the country in full campaign mode trying to win the heart and vote of the American voters. The 2016 Presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, have very different views on debated topics
Trump victory ‘incredible’ reads the front page of The Journal Gazette, and yes, effectively that’s the way it was. Sad was the final result of the presidential elections 2016. Ever since he announced his candidacy to become president of the Divided States of America, Donald Trump was heavily criticized and was never given credit or remote chances of winning. We were too busy criticizing his incoherencies and dumb ideas he had to become the next president of the Divided States of America. The truth of it is that we did not pay attention that, while he was working trying to enamor the voters of the people that had never participated in a presidential election, we were too busy criticizing, judging and laughing at the images that constantly showed the racial tensions and hatred prevalent in most of his political campaign rallies toward the
In the past few months that Donald Trump has been the President of the United States, there’s no denying that there have been questionable actions he has produced. The first things to catch the eye was the firings of his administration of Sally Yates and now James Comey, solely on the purpose that those two did not do something that he agreed with or expose him. Trump has not been a man of his own words exactly. He will say one thing, and the next day he has no recollection of stating it.
November 8th 2016 is when our next presidential election will take place. Many of us are wondering who we should vote for, the Democratic Party leader Hillary Clinton or the Republican Party leader Donald Trump. Hillary’s email scandal makes her untrustworthy and Donald Trump’s ignorant nature make it extremely difficult to choose a candidate, to choose between a lesser of two evils. We could vote third party, try to make sure no party gets a majority and hope the electoral colleges votes for that third party, but no third-party candidate has won the presidential election ever, all the way back to the first president George Washington in 1789. It would take many people to make it happen now.
The United States has been referred to as a melting pot, but what happens when the place where many come to chase a superficial “American Dream” fails us. And divides the nation more than it has been in the past as well as hurts businesses, and affects immigrants lives. Who knew one man who holds the most amount of power in the United States could be as close minded and oblivious due to his lack of racial knowledge. One thing many of us pride ourselves with is learning about other races and cultures and being racial ‘woke’ in order to decrease racism and racial injustices towards one another. By doing we help the quality of life of each other slightly better, instead of creating barriers that only divide us.
In a lengthy speech billed as an economic speech, presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton launched a part two blistering assault on her Republican rival Donald Trump, this time on his economic plans.
It is easy to say that a while someone is running for President, he or she is this type of person and has this flaw and so on and so forth. In the 2016 campaigns for Hillary and for Trump, brutal and harsh words have been thrown moreso at Trump. Mainstream America is left side America. For months, no where did you see anything positive in the news about Trump- only for Hillary. So post election, after Donald Trump won the presidency, and it is worth noting this article came out after she lost and not while she was still trying to get votes, Michelle Malkin informs us once again on a hot topic concerning politics. Her effective use of logos and ethos, parallelism and other devices, along with quotes and examples to back up her strong opinion.
The Donald Trump 2016 Election for President of the United States is making headlines across the country. Of course, every Presidential election makes headlines in the United States too. Donald Trump, is the Republican leading candidate for President of the United States. On the Democratic side, Clinton appears to be the winner. However, the Democrats are secretly afraid of Donald Trump for several good reasons. Some of the reasons might shock you. The fact is that a lot of Democrats are dismissing Donald Trump. Those in the know, understand Trumps dynamics and the reason that Democrats are starting to fear the Republican candidate. Let's take a closer look.
To Start off, Trump is Trump. What we’ve seen for the past 18 months is Donald Trump. Remember the debates? He was totally unprepared and cannot back up any of his data and more down the list, but leaving all that side: The speech sounded well written and sounded inspirational even though my standards for him are low. The first thing I noticed was that he kept his character valid as in he managed to not yell out an insult and to speak using intelligible language. He is clearly not a charismatic speaker as previous performances he has given, but he kept it together; However, who cannot read a prompter without any emotion, without any passion. I kept that in mind, there were certain points that got my attention it started when he began his speech.