Presidential Election : President Of The United States

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Victoria Zayas English 071 Jon E. Stern July 6, 2016 2016 PRESIDENTIAL ARGUMENT When it comes to the topic of the 2016 presidential election most of us will readily agree that the decision on who is to become the President of the United States of America is a difficult choice. Where this agreement usually ends, however, is on the question of who is a better fit for Presidency. While some are convinced that Donald Trump is a better fit because he is straight forward, some may have a sense of insecurity with his honesty. On the other hand, some people can argue if the United States of America is ready for a woman in the oval…show more content…
It helps the American people by feeling safe in our own country. We also have Bernie Sanders, who is an outstanding individual. He has been involved with politics well over 15 years. He knows what is to be expected and he is really concerned and plans to figure out a way for the individuals in poverty to get ahead in life without being left behind. As Sanders states “People who work over 40 hours a week should not be living in poverty.” (qtd. Sanders at AFL-CIO union event). In other words, Sanders believes that there are too many overworked citizens that are underpaid. He also wants certain working individuals to be recognized for their hard work and effort. Bernie has an effective understanding of how to work on improving America. Sanders states “The billionaire class fully understands what is at stake. That’s why a handful of them are pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into the current election. Their goals are not to strengthen the middle class, but to continue the trend in which the rich are getting richer at the expense of everyone else.” (Sanders, AZ quotes). Basically, what Sanders is saying is that there is a problem occurring with our economical standstill in which the rich stay rich and the poor continue to struggle. Something needs to improve about this specific subject. Both Clinton and Sanders plan
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