ramsej84 wrote:Against whom? Actually everybody is against him.
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FCBayernMunchen wrote:Nate Cohn, an election analyst at the New York Times, estimates that once all votes have been counted, 63.4 million Americans will have voted for Mrs Clinton and 61.2 million for Mr Trump, giving the Democrat a ‘winning’ margin of 1.5 per cent.
That total would be more than the votes received by any other presidential candidate in history except for Mr Obama in 2008 and 2012. [source]
Borusse wrote:I don't know if Trump is bad or not, we will see what he does after he starts his term and what effects will his actions bring. What I do know is that he has been treated very unfairly throughout his entire campaign, his words being twisted, some out of nowhere accusations of MOLESTATION(!!!) surfacing, of course the lawsuits against him were quickly dropped because it was all lies just to make him look like a bad person.
Show me a single article from earlier than 2014 when he gets such a treatment from the media, where he is being presented as the devil himself. You won't find any. He wasn't posing a threat to the establishment, because he was actually part of the system using its flaws for his own benefit. Once he decided it's time to change the system, he started getting the heat.
He's clearly an independent figure in this political game and the special interest wanted him to lose. In my opinion he was by far the best candidate out of all who started, he can't be bought, he knows how to run a big business, he knows how to negotiate trade deals. He will do very well as president in my personal opinion. Another factor is that he is gaining absolutely NOTHING from being the president. He already had everything going for him, he had politicians in his pocket already, he doesn't need to be a president. He sacrificed his influences to do this, the only motivation here can be his ambition. All the other players needed that job because politics is their bread and butter. That's also an important thing to keep in mind imo.
I can't understand how would anyone want to pick the corrupt Clinton who is controlled by multiple donors to her campaign, who represents everything that is wrong with politics.
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