President Of The United States Will Change The Future Of America

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At the young age of nineteen the importance of choosing a president or the significance of it had not occurred to most college age people. Parties, school, work—all are of most importance to young college age student’s lives. Living in the present is the way they feel it has to be. When looking into their future they see inevitable student debt forcing these college students into further stress, leaving no time to think of anyone or anything but their own future. Though they look into their future career goals and ways to manage money, the thought of their American president is far from their minds. Most college age voters do not see the importance of choosing a president. These millennials deem that voting for the future president does…show more content…
Bernie Sanders is someone who can be trusted, he does not owe his career life to any financial overpower. He has sought to bring down too-big-to fail banks and devoted his career to universal healthcare reforms along with investing in public education (Bugge 4). Voters see Bernie Sanders as a trusting candidate for president. While Americans are already supporting his policies and reform decisions as president, they also give their support to Sanders rather than to his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton. Some Democratic supporters view Hillary as a non trustworthy competitor. As written in The Nation,’ “…her plan falls short of increasing benefits for all. She rejects single-payer healthcare and refuses to consider breaking up the big banks. We also fear that she might accept a budgetary “grand bargain” with the Republicans that would lock in austerity for decades to come”’ (4). This quote directly exemplifies why the Democratic party supporters may feel that Clinton is untrustworthy. Show casing why not to trust her reforms. Unlike Clinton, Sanders proposes increasing benefits for all Americans alike. With statements to enact these reforms, Americans are evidentially fighting back. As also stated in The Nation, …his demands for economic and social justice, hundreds of thousands of Americans have packed his rallies, and over 1 million small donors have helped
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