The following is a interview shot by NBC.
During the 2016 Presidential Election, Clinton (Dem) and trump (Rep) were both tied for the majority of the polls but when it came to voting that didn't show. States that were Pro-Clinton voted Trump and states that were vital to the election flip-flopped the entire night right up until the end where it all just tipped to Trump. Now the Central Intelligence Agency, and other government officials are pointing to the Russians. Evidence being observed by the C.I.A. apparently links the Russians to our elections in some way but of course not enough evidence was found in order to make a clear decision so the C.I.A. says its most likely the Russians did something but that its not enough to take action. Donald J. Trump denies these claims but then picked Rex Tillerson, CEO of ExxonMobil, as Secretary of State. You might ask why this is an issue, turns out Rex Tillerson has major ties with Russia including buying Oil and other resources from them instead of the country he has been selected to serve.
With our new U.S. President elected, Donald Trump, won over the majority of states. Unfortunately, with this news, people across the U.S. have committed crime after crime, and it’s coming from both sides. Xenophobic, homophobic, Trump supporters, who feel that because Trump was elected, it gives them the right to beat and discriminate against others. Radical liberals who support Clinton feel like they have the right to beat and discriminate against Trump supporters and Whites, because it’s their “moral right” to do so.
Trump came out with an interview providing the statement, “Stop it.' If it -- if it helps, I will say this, and I will say right to the cameras: 'Stop it.”, when talking about recent events involving his supporters harassing minorities.
People have clearly stated their opinions on the matter of our newly elected President, now the question arises on whether the future of America seems promising. It was proven by the evidence gathered that Trump scammed all of his Republican supporters, by making them believe he shared the same morals they do. On his website, most of the discriminating and degrading opinions were removed. Was this truly Trump’s plan all along? We’ll find out January 2017, when Trump will officially be inaugurated as president of the U.S.
In the final chance to redeem and win over voters, Donald Trump, the republican candidate, and Hillary Clinton, the democratic candidate, give it their all in this final debate.
This discussion touched some previous topics from the last two debates, but also brought on some more interesting ideals and plans for when the time comes when one will be elected President. With the Supreme court, Clinton mentioned that the Justices need to stand on the side of the people, give rights to: women, the LGBTQ+, and the middle and low class. While Trump responded by saying that Supreme Court Judges have to be great scholars and have to interpret the Constitution the “way the Founding Fathers wanted it.” Trump made a valid point with this statement since one of the main responsibilities of the supreme court judges is to make sure that the laws passed aren’t unconstitutional.
When they were discussing the economy, Clinton stated that if the “middle class thrives, America thrives,” and that to help better the economy they should raise the minimum wage and help small businesses. On the other hand, Trump asserted that they should increase free trade and that NAFTA is unfair. After this, an argument between Clinton and Trump ensued, where Trump said Clinton is “all bark but no bite.” Hillary defended herself by stating that in her 30 years she did so much to help people and the country, while Trump was being rude and hosting a TV show.
When the candidate’s fitness to be president was mentioned, Trump immediately began charging at Clinton and accused her of paying people to be violent in his rallies. He also questioned her credibility by incredulously asking her where all of her emails went. Trump ended his speech by exclaiming, “The Clinton Foundation is a disgrace!” Clinton defended herself by asking Trump why he was talking about charity when he didn’t even pay for federal taxes. She further added salt to the wound by mentioning that undocumented immigrants pay federal taxes, while Trump doesn’t. In short, Trump and Hillary spent a large portion of this discussion arguing with each other.
In this last presidential debate, both of the top presidential candidates discussed a variety of topics. Albeit, most of it was spent making accusations to each other, they did mention some important things. With election day steadily approaching, who will you be supporting?
Yesterday Sean Hannity, one of Donald Trumps friends, accused the Obamas and Elizabeth Warren of covering up their ties with Clinton. He was live on radio and on the phone with a listener while this was happening and apparently his producers also confirmed the story. He later apologized through a tweet “Correction. Live on radio I read a gateway pundit report that @MichelleObama had deleted mentions of HRC. And a listener said BHO and…Elizabeth Warren did same. Fact is they didn't. I humbly apologize. Live radio.” Now he is being criticized for not apologizing on live radio and for being overly biased on most of his stories. Some people have petitioned to take Sean Hannity off the air and off of Fox News, reason being he acts like a child and is too biased to cover news. Some evidence behind the accusations are his tweets, “Why do u look like a mass murderer? Just a little Twitter fun. I am bored.” and “Its not about me u idiot. 95 M Americans out of the labor force 13m more on Food stamps. 8m more in poverty His debt than 43 prior POTUS’s.”
After two terms with President Barack Obama, its time to shine a new light on the new upcoming president, the only question is, who will it be?
The three main topics talked about during the discussion were, achieving prosperity (jobs), America’s direction (race), and securing America (cyber security) and the two candidates, Hillary Clinton, representing democracy, and Donald Trump, representing republicans, made it one interesting debate.
With achieving prosperity having to do with discussing our economic welfare, Trump and Clinton were on opposite ends of the table. Clinton wants to raise taxes on the wealthy, become more eco friendly, and make college debt free. Trump did bring up a good point that Clinton’s plan will only put America in greater debt. Although, with Trump’s plan, it is mostly beneficial to the wealthy and on the question of where his tax returns are he responded with “I will only release my tax returns…as soon as she releases her 30,000 deleted emails”.
In the topic of America’s direction towards racism and police brutality, Trump and Clinton both agree on better relations between the community and police force and that there should be a prohibition on the terrorist watch list: that they may not purchase guns.
This also rolls into the last discussion of securing America. Russia came up a couple of times with cyber security along with Isis. Both on different view points on how to defeat them, when Clinton believes NATO can help, Trump says there is no fair alliance with NATO and that nuclear weapons are becoming a serious problem.
With the debate having multiple interruptions, insults, and passive aggressiveness, what more is there to expect on the next upcoming debate?
With the recent bombings that have occurred in New York, Minnesota, and New Jersey, the two presidential candidates, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, have a lot to say about the matter.