Hillary Clinton should be our next president because she is a better option than Trump. While he tears down women she empowers them. Much of her youth was spent on equal rights among males and females. The main reason Hillary has my vote is so Trump doesn’t become president. This election is depressing because people must vote for somebody they don’t agree with just to keep another candidate from becoming president. We should vote against Donald Trump for many reasons. One of the main reasons is because he degrades women and acts as if they are nothing more than a sexual object. Racism and hate are the leading points of his speeches. The person leading our country should exemplify our American values, all that Trump exemplifies is rich, entitled, racist, and rude. His empire was built on the demise of others. Countless people have come forward and told how Trump Tower ruined their business or stole from them. On a talk show with David Letterman he admitted to having his ties made in China and his shirts made in Ban...
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... on immigration. He wants to build a wall between America and Mexico, and naively thinks somebody else will pay for it. Once the wall is up he will send every alien home, to get back in, they must go through extreme vetting.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both have flaws, accordingly it all comes down to who is more qualified. Hillary has many years of experience from being the first lady for 8 years and a New York Senator for another 8 years. Donald Trump is a cruel business man known for Trump Tower. In 1998 he told People Magazine, “If I were to run, I’d run as a Republican. They’re the dumbest group of voters in the country. They believe anything on Fox News. I could lie and they’d still eat it up. I bet my numbers would be terrific.” Our president should be intelligent and believable, in this election that person is not Donald Trump, but Hillary Clinton.
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