Friday, October 14, 2016


Is Trump throwing the election? Was he put in place as entertainment to distract people from what is really about to happen? Some think Trump will pull out of the election race before the end and that Hillary will be disqualified due to her erratic behavior and the security issues surrounding her. Are we about to see OBAMA stay in office as predicted? With the elections fast approaching what do you think will be the outcome of the fiasco that has taken place during this 2016 election process?

Donald Trump, an American businessman, politician, television personality, and author, is the nominee of the Republican Party for President of the United States in 2016, having won the most state primaries and caucuses and delegates to the 2016 Republican National Convention. Trump has picked Indiana governor Mike Pence as the nominee for vice president.

Trump's populist positions in opposition to illegal immigration, various free trade agreements, and most military interventionism have earned him particular support among blue-collar voters and voters without college degrees. Many of his remarks have been highly controversial and have helped his campaign garner extensive coverage by the mainstream media, trending topics, and social media.

Trump's disdain for what he considers to be political correctness has been a staple theme of his campaign and has proved to be popular among his supporters, although mainstream commentators and some prominent Republicans have viewed him as appealing explicitly to racism. Trump's most polarizing and widely reported statements have been about issues of immigration and border security, especially his proposed deportation of all illegal immigrants, the proposed construction of a substantial wall on the Mexico–United States border at Mexican expense, his characterizations of many illegal immigrants traveling over the Mexican border into the U.S. as "criminals, drug dealers, rapists, etc.", and a temporary ban on foreign Muslims entering the U.S. (which he later modified to apply to people originating from countries with a history of terrorism against the United States or its allies).

Trump's campaign rallies have attracted large crowds, as well as public controversy. A number of protesters have been asked to leave, removed by security, or arrested for trespassing at Trump's campaign events. Some of the events have been marked by incidents of violence between Trump supporters and protesters, mistreatment of some journalists, assassination attempts on Trump's life and disruption by a large group of protesters who effectively shut down a major rally in Chicago. Trump said he himself wished to punch protesters, and has defended their ejection from his events, but has also said he hopes that he has not encouraged physical force to subdue or remove protesters. During the campaign Trump has made statements questioning the broad protection currently afforded to journalists against legal accusations of libel.

Do you think Donald Trump would make a good president? 


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