Analysis Of Hillary Clinton And Bernie Sanders

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The Democratic presidential nomination is up for grabs and two candidates are campaigning for the Democrats’ votes in order to stand against the Republican nominated candidate, Donald Trump. The two candidates campaigning are Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Unlike Donald Trump, both have made a successful career in politics. They have similar views on some issues but the small differences that set them apart are what matters. It is vital for the Democratic party to nominate the right candidate in order to win the election over the Republican candidate, Donald trump.
The position of President of the United States is not one that should be taken by anyone. It is a stressful job that requires the Commander in Chief to be experienced in legislature,
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Sander’s experience started in the early 1980’s as mayor of Burlington, Vermont. Here in Vermont he served four terms from 1981 to 1989. He later ran for a seat in the House of Representatives and won in 1991. Sanders served in the House of Representatives until 2007 and was always classified as an independent. In 2007 Bernie won an election to become a U.S. senator and he won reelection in 2012. This experience accounts to over 30 years in politics and many reelections. Bernie’s opponent Hillary has had 8 years as a senator and 4 years as secretary of state. Bernie Sanders has almost tripled the amount of experience in politics than his counterpart Hillary …show more content…
The United States and many more countries have been victims of terrorist attacks and it is them, along with Middle Eastern Countries to fight. Who, but the victims of the attacks, know better what it is like to have such travesties happen against innocent civilians. If the Middle East countries have had an issue containing ISIS it might be time for stronger nations to take the lead. Hillary believes in a strong America for she “sees America as the leading global actor, without apologies, and wants to use all the tools of American power -- including force, in collaboration with allies, if there is a compelling national interest and all other tools have failed” (Rubin

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