Comparison Of Donald Trump Vs. Clinton

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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 …show more content…
She wants to have background checks as an essential step before letting someone purchase a gun. On the issue of purchasing guns, Clinton says, “I do support comprehensive background checks, and to close the gun show loophole, and the online loophole, and what 's called the Charleston loophole, and to prevent people on the no-fly list from getting guns” (“Sticking to ‘Resolution’”). If the access to guns is made more problematic for people who have a criminal record, Clinton believes it will keep many guns off the streets and will lessen the homicidal …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

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