The Presidential Election Is A Stressful, Intimidating Time For America

940 Words Oct 4th, 2016 4 Pages
The presidential election can be a stressful, intimidating time for America. Arguments and opinions erupt constantly for months while America decides on who the next best candidate will be to run the country, especially for the 2016 election. Friction between the Republican and Democratic parties have been intense, and the candidates running for the 2016 election have been causing a lot of tension. The two candidates for this year’s election would be none other than Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton. Considering each candidate 's ideas for dealing with issues such as America’s economy, healthcare, and immigration, my vote would go to Donald Trump.
Republican candidate Donald Trump has proposed a new idea to help improve the American economy. Trump’s primary goal is to “Create a dynamic booming economy that will create 25 million new jobs over the next decade” (“Economy”). To accomplish his goal, Trump outlined a few different ideas that he believes will lead to America’s economic success. Trump believes “Increasing growth by 1.5 percent would result in 18 million jobs (1.5 times 1.2 million times 10 years) above the projected current law job figures of 7 million, producing a total of 25 million new jobs for the American economy” (“Fact Sheet: Donald J Trump’s Pro-Growth Economic Policy Will Create 25 Million Jobs”). Furthermore, Trump plans on giving low and middle class Americans a major tax cut, as well as lowering business tax to 15%. He also wants to…
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