Hillary Clinton Slogans

Decent Essays
Trump V. Clinton: The 2016 Presidential Election Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are names that will linger in history for many years to come due to their controversial plans if they get elected in the 2016 presidential election. Trump’s ambitious mindset with slogans such as “Make America Great Again” and Clinton 's bold stance on getting more rights for women have an abundance people either supporting or opposing many of their policies. They have many differentiating views on issues such as immigration, gun control, and national security that keep this election interesting. A great amount of americans are taken away with the bold statements both candidates are making regarding these issues. There are many different views when it comes to the issue of immigration. Trump is known for his …show more content…
She does not want to put soldiers in deadly situations if not necessary, so she will do whatever she can to keep the United State’s from war. She wants to keep the alliances we have already formed and take on new challenges together. Hillary states on her website, “The most important job of the president is to keep Americans safe. That means standing up to aggressors around the world and defeating global terrorism by depriving ISIS of physical and virtual territory. I’ll dismantle the global terror networks that supply terrorists and toughen our defenses at home—against both external and homegrown threats.” These two presidential candidates seem to be either loved or hated (despised). With completely opposing views on most of the issues, it really is down to what Americans think is best for the country in the upcoming years. Both Trump and Hillary have the ability to motivate people to vote for them and their causes due to their direct mindsets. From the many conservatives supporting Trump to the abundance of women and minorities supporting Hillary, this election is predicted to be a very close

Related Documents

  • Decent Essays

    She wants to stop their online recruiting tactics to prevent American citizens from joining them. Hillary defended her position on the Iranian deal as she said it was a very good deal that has ultimately halted the Iranian nuclear program, which in turn makes the United States safer against Iran when it comes to nuclear threats. In regards to other issues of foreign policy, Clinton said she would not be aggressive in choosing to sink ships of the Iranian coast. She also stated that she would reassure other nations that the United States would honor their mutual defense agreement we are a part of. Lastly, Clinton said that cyber warfare will be one of the greatest challenges that the next president will face (Debate 9/26).…

    • 1772 Words
    • 8 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    There are numerous similarities between warfare and elections. Both involved protracted struggles for power, strategizing, fundraising and research. Political campaigns in the U.S. even borrow several terms from warfare, further demonstrating their congruence. Campaigns strategize in “war rooms”, put their fundraised capital in their respective “war chests”, “mobilize” campaign members and confront their opponents in “battleground” states. The results of the 2016 U.S. presidential election were shocking to many, as the polls systematically showed Secretary Clinton as the overwhelming favorite to win the elections, as many pundits wrote off President-elect Trump as no serious threat (Cave).…

    • 1676 Words
    • 7 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    President Pros And Cons

    • 785 Words
    • 4 Pages

    Therefore, it will help our nation grow if everyone can equip this powerful tool. Whereas if Mr. Trump wins, I would feel fearful for the future of our nation. Not only he lacks the experience, he is an egocentric (not a characteristic for a leader) and a “spoiled brat” as it has shown during the fitness to be the president topic. A subtle example would be when he answered the question regarding choosing the supreme court, he spent the first quarter of his two-minute limit speaking about judge apologized to him. He also claimed that no one has more respect for women than he does even though his outrageous comments upset women everywhere.…

    • 785 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    Another, example about how Trump has shifted the paradigm of political rhetoric and especially dramatism is the idea of endorsements from various respected senators and governors. Various newspapers like the New York Times, wrote harsh editorials on Trump. In most normal campaigns that would kill any hope of getting the nomination but not Trump. If Hilary Clinton had a negative editorial written on her, her campaign for the president of the United States would be over. Trump though, is not one of those normal politicians who have been in Washington for years, Trump goes to his rallies and holds up that newspaper and rips it to shreds in front of his energized supporters.…

    • 840 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    Obama’s presidential term is coming to an end and it’s time for the United States people to vote for a new president. Voting for the right president can be difficult since there are many candidates with great qualities and vast experience in the political arena. Hillary Clinton is one of the runners who has had many political positions allowing her to have the knowledge needed to be a great president. Aside from the political positions, Hillary also is able to understand that the United States is needed to make modifications in several areas. For these reason, she would be the best individual to be selected as our next president.…

    • 1003 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    Why, then, were so many Americans, those who voted for either candidate and those who did not vote at all, shocked when Trump was elected president? The answer is that the media majorly portrayed Clinton’s campaign in a positive light, while Trump’s was mostly in a negative one. News media instilled so much faith in Americans that come Tuesday night, Clinton would be celebrating. Presumably, if the media can evoke such a reaction from the American people, the possibilities are endless when it comes to what individuals can do when media influences their beliefs and perception of the world around them. Not only does this phenomenon affect America, but it also affects people around the world.…

    • 2167 Words
    • 9 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    Larson did a magnificent job in informing the readers of the situation in the country, and how the Federalists and the Republicans fared in the Presidential election. We are shown in his writing the problems and turmoil that the election causes between friends and foes. We can also see how the election process has changed since then. We can see that during the 1800’s election there was a fluke in the voting process. Once the votes on the parties was concluded the two candidates for that party would be tied and this would give the House of Representatives the power to choose between the two candidates for the one they wanted.…

    • 1048 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    Many citizens feel shocked and scared, for it has brought racism again. Mexican-Americans and Hispanics are getting attack by Trump supporters with harsh comments, such as telling them to go back to their country. Minorities are now at a disadvantage, for they are being criminalized with biased facts. According to history, the electoral college were the only ones to elect the president to avoid having uneducated people voting corrupt candidates. Nonetheless, every male and female citizen has earn their right to vote, and to avoid any more mistakes the public must have a good communication and comprehension.…

    • 1025 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    Being that the United States cannot eliminate guns as a whole, she vows to put forth a more rigorous plan of action that will not eradicate but reduce the mistreatment of gun usage. Ultimately, Clinton is going to revise the gun laws that are already set in place. In doing so, she will enhance and enforce the rigorousness of background checking system that allows citizens to purchase firearms. This system will eliminate current standing loopholes that have been the excuse to a lot of the violence that has been taking place being over looked and over turned. She will also ensure that people who are not mentally fit are ineligible to have a gun in their possession.…

    • 1706 Words
    • 7 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    I believe with trending topics, talking the same language as the audience, and going live on social networking sites, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton should have a successful campaign. Donald Trump has had some of the wildest tweets before he even decided to run for President of the United States and during the election. As an active reader of his tweets, I cannot quite see how people are keen on voting for Donald Trump. Hillary Clinton also has her set of inappropriate tweets herself, but her tweets do not compare to the absurdness of Donald…

    • 1183 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Decent Essays