If you look at the presidential nominees you can see two of the most uncongenial, despised people to ever run for office. You can see two people that are unfit, unfair and unqualified to be president. You can see Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Looking at these two people, the most important question to consider is ¨how do I choose between these monstrous hellions¨? A major problem that America is facing is ¨not enough people actually want to vote for either of the nominees”. Now, the election will go on even if people do not vote, but the chances of a president that is undesired by many is far more likely. This problem could arise with either president however. The only real way to weigh this election is to try and stop the greater of two evils. In other words, “which nominee would be less detrimental to nation.”
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Hillary Clinton, has spent $80 million in advertising, as seen in the article by Jake Miller, for CBS News. Donald Trump, on the other hand has spent about $24.4 million in advertising. It is embarrassing for Hillary to have spent so much on advertising and not reap any of the votes that it should have produced. The lead in votes that Hillary has over Trump is miniscule compared to the amount of money she has spent in hopes of beating Trump. And recent polls show her lead over Trump has dropped to the point where they are almost tied. Hillary has spent an incredibly large amount of money that could have gone improving our nation, not to mention that even with that large amount of money being spent that it has not done much if anything to help her win the election. Hillary is squandering money now before she is elected president, if she were to win it would be plausible that her current actions would reflect onto her future actions. Trump is showing that he does not need advertisements to get his message across. Trump is also demonstrating he is capable of restraining himself from spending large amounts of money on wagers he cannot be sure will reap rewards. Our country needs a leader that knows how to handle money and won’t bet it unnecessarily.
Continuing to compare current actions of the nominees to what is to come if either nominee is elected, Trump is more forthcoming with information. For example, Hillary has not released the entirety of her personal emails, even though it is legally required of her. Trump, has not released his tax returns, however unlike Hillary and her emails, he is not required to release them.
It would make Trump seem more honest if he were to release his tax returns, but it is not necessary that he does. Trump also announced, during the first debate, that he would release his tax returns after Hillary released all of her emails. Hillary should not even be considered for presidency, as she has discarded government emails, which is illegal. If Hillary were to be president who is to say that she will not continue putting people at risk, because she views them as expendable.
If a women were to be elected as president it would be wonderful and a step in the right direction for women’s equality but if we have Hillary as our president we will not be showing people that women are capable and strong. If Hillary is elected it will only show how incapable Hillary is and reflect badly on all women. Having Hillary elected could be detrimental to many women in positions of power. Trump is not the ideal president, but he will not reflect badly on women. Trump would still make a better president than Hillary. Trump would help to rebuild a sustainable economy. Hillary would spend money to help her personal interests such as the Clinton Foundation.
Trump will break down the barricades of trade and will help our country flourish by becoming relevant in the world of trade and business. With Trump’s help our country will once again be on top and be looked at with admiration.
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Trump also has a much more capable running mate. Pence has undoubtedly won the vice president debate against Kaine.
Kaine is trying to win the argument, Pence is trying to win the audience.
— Marc Duvoisin (@MarcDuvoisin) October 5, 2016
The vice presidential candidates actions are reflective of the presidential candidates actions, and vice versa. Hillary does not care about the American people, she only wants power. Our country needs someone who will lead us to success, not to the lasting legacy of one president. Trump will use his knowledge of businesses to drive America to success. Hillary will use her power of manipulation and lies to benefit her own personal interests.
Supporting a presidential candidate is important, especially in an election this fiery. Both candidates stand out in their own way. Both candidates have obvious flaws that will keep voters from choosing them. Both candidates, as well, have aspects that could help our nation. Trump just happens to have more aspects needed to help our country flourish. Hillary’s main edge over Trump is that she can, having had many years of political practice perfecting a politician’s sneaky and conniving ways, speak to the people and say what they want to hear. Trump has not had the need for this sort of bold faced trickery, and so is a more honest, if not blunt speaker. Trump’s blunt open way of putting things could be a refreshing way showing the American people that we need to take action. America is falling in power. It is up to the voters to make sure we have a leader that will get our nation back on track. Make the choice to choose, make the right choice, and choose Trump.
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