On November 8th, 2016, the United States will finally have its presidential election for the 45th President of the United States of America. This election will be a grating race between a number of political parties and their respective nominees. Two parties are more notable than the others, the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. The Democratic Party has a well-known nominee; Hillary Clinton, who has served as secretary of state, and has been the senator of New York, she has also been the first lady of the U.S while her husband, former president Bill Clinton was in office (Hillary For America). Mrs. Hillary Clinton is mainly a candidate for president because of her experience and great attributes. Alongside Clinton is Mr. Donald J. Trump, who is the respective presidential nominee for the Republican Party. Donald Trump is a well-known billionaire real estate personnel, who rose up to his status due to his great business intellect (Donald Trump Biography). In like matter, there are other nominees for president; however, Trump and Clinton are the two that are most significant and one if not the other will eventually overtake the position as President of the United States. Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are formidable
In one corner we have Hilary Clinton, if she wins than she would be the first female president for the U.S (which would be a big achievement for women hear at the U.S), but no good will come from that. Here are some examples of why. When her husband was governor, she took a $100,000 bribe that was paid to her via shifty dealings. She has done nothing that has made her qualified to be the president, the only reason she got elected for senator of New York was because her husband was president once. She became Secretary of State and did
The 2016 presidential election seemed to be a particularly hectic election. On November 8,2016, I was checking my Facebook newsfeed. As I scrolled through my newsfeed, I see a lot of posts related to the election. People would post opinions on each of the presidential candidates as well as which their predictions of which candidate will win. The newspaper websites provided frequent updates throughout the day to inform people about the progress of the election. That night, I watched tentatively as the ballots were being counted, and I saw people’s comments of shock and disbelief when Trump managed to get ahead of Hillary in terms of electoral college votes.
As stated above both Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump think they are the best candidate for the presidency. They both have very different views on taxes, immigration and abortion. The views they have and decisions they make will affect this country, whether it is good or bad depends on your position. In the end the voters will determine who is the best candidate and the right choice for this
The United States presidential election of 2016 occurred on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. This was the 58th quadrennial U.S. presidential election. Voters elected a new president and vice president through the electoral college. Businessman Donald Trump and Governor Mike Pence, running on the Republican ticket, defeated the Democratic Party 's nominees former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Senator Tim Kaine. The defeat, considered improbable by most pre-election forecasts, was branded by various news organizations as an "upset" and the most "shocking" American presidential election result in history. The results of the presidential election has left many of the American people in an uproar. Many Americans are using their right to freedom of speech to voice their opinions and show their opposition. The first amendment gives people the right to freedom of speech that we all deserve, but since the election has this right been taken a bit too far with all of the violent protests, the social media uproar and the exaggerations by the media?
The year is 2020, President Trump’s presidency is coming to an end, but it cannot come sooner to the American people. Trumps years in the Oval Office would have been great if not for his sudden decision to initiate the removal of immigrants during his last months as President. Every major city in the United States is swarming with Immigration and Custom Enforcement agents. Immigrants are being taken right out of the workplace, rounded up, handcuffed and sent back to their home country. As the immigrant population disseminates, hundreds of local businesses across the nation go bankrupt. Boarded up store fronts are now the norm. With the dramatic decrease in the immigrant population almost no one is willing to invest in the infrastructure of towns with low socio-economic statuses. Farms are being left no crop pickers, in a few weeks there will be a shortage of produce across the United States. As people begin to ration, the economy continues to plummet. Every day the immigrant population decreases and everyday more businesses close, more food goes bad because of the lack of crop pickers, and more people begin to realize the importance of the immigrant population. This could soon be our reality, if immigration is not dealt with properly and in accordance with current information.
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.
Yet Clinton has his own enough support but Clinton’s experience over the past years at high level politics has really helped her to present herself more mature and suitable American President for the future elections. Both the leaders have their controversies to answer about, but America truly needs a mature, experienced, less controversial, honest and dedicated candidate, for bright, prosper and even great America, in which people are more prosperous, happy and have secured future to worry about.
Clinton won her first election to the U.S. Senate because of her husband, Bill Clinton. She served for an eight-year term in congress and was the Secretary of State for four years. Donald Trump is a business man who has never held a position in an elected office. As said above, Clinton has more experience than Trump. Trump lacks professionalism due to not having any type of experience dealing with politics. Trump was wanting to change how everything was going to run whereas Clinton was not interested in change. She had the idea of moving things towards her liking. In a like manner, Clinton and Trump can set goals and achieve them. But more importantly, containing honesty and being trustworthy are weak points for both
Donald John Trump. Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton. Two very distinct, ideologically diverse individuals. Both in the running to become the next President of the United States. The current president, Barack Obama, has served as a dramatic foil to his own predecessor George W Bush. But if elected, how will Clinton or Trump run the office? Political scientist Stephen Skowronek assesses the history and actions of the presidency in his book The Politics Presidents Make. He distinguishes four types of political identities, reconstructive, articulate, disjunctive, and preemptive. Based on their expressed ideologies and goals for the future, using Skowronek’s ideals, one can determine what kind of president each candidate could be.
As the election draws to an end, many people are wondering, who’s going to be our next president? I look forward to the day when I have to ask which president Clinton someone is talking about. While many share a different opinion than me, I believe Hillary Clinton should be president. Neither should be president, but we have to choose one, and Hillary Clinton, in my opinion, is the better choice. I agree with her politics more. Her plan to help reduce climate change, and college tuition costs are amongst some of the things I agree with her about.
The current presidential election of the United States sure is a strange one this year. It’s also very historical being that the new president either could be a woman, which would be a first, or a billionaire with seemingly no political knowledge. I’m going to tell you why either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump is best and why.
This years presidential candidates have proven themselves to be some very unique nominees from all parties. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have been called the two most unfavorable candidates ever to have made it through the primaries. The media shares many of the views of the nominees with the public but some are distorted by the media and not really their views. Some of the more important issues for a christian this election include the faith and morals of each candidate and their views of the second amendment. Another important factor for the presidential election is the fact that whoever is elected will be granted the power to elect at least one supreme court officials and possibly up to four.
In the process in writing and reading articles online about Donald Trump was quite interesting in a way that most people believe his racist attitude and sexist attitude will cause him the election. I did agree with the author in the news story butchering Trump in the election. Trump big talk on building a wall made people feel yeah for Trump since he can make a big difference for America. His determination in crushing Hillary Clinton was slightly more enthusiastic when I read some New York Times articles. Trump will in winning the election is big since he believe only being a winner can make you seem more stronger than wimping down.
Will Donald Trump fulfill America’s request and actually “make America great again”? When friends of mine who are Trump supporters inform me that they support him, I don’t understand the reasons why they picture him as our future president of the united states. Donald Trump has never been an elected official. He has never been elected into an office of any kind. He’s never had to broker political compromise or gave any political speeches prior to him running for president. With no experience in politics at all, why would people think he’d make a good president? Sure, Donald Trump is a barefaced self-promoter and experienced businessman. But people don’t realize all of the mistakes he has made as a businessman. Washington, D.C., is not a type of Wall Street or anything for him to lose money or make some reckless decisions that would put our country into a deeper hole that we are already into, and also getting multiple things done within the nation’s capital takes more than a huge personality and a strong will. If Donald Trump is elected to be our president, he’ll have to quickly learn how to deal with his Democratic associates in the House of Representatives and Senate. He’ll also have to get used to the pace of government because there are moments when things can accelerate pretty quickly and also where things can move extremely slow at times. He’ll also have to get used to giving speeches on topics he may not be interested in, especially when it comes to conversations