Comparison Of Hillary Clinton Vs Donald Trump

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Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump “What we have to do is to find a way to celebrate our diversity and debate our differences without fracturing our communities” Hillary Clinton. This quote by Hillary Clinton was said when she was accepting an honorary degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1993.
The 2016 presidential election debates in the United States of America were a series of three debates. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump had the great opportunity to go up and debate about specific topics and answer few individual’s questions. Although, Hillary Clinton was considered to have won all three presidential debates by the scientific opinion polls of liable voters. Notwithstanding this, Donald Trump won the presidential election held
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One of the major highlight from the debate was that Trump refused to say he would accept the outcome of the election on November 8, after traveling the country for days insisting the process is "rigged." Clinton called Trump 's answer "horrifying" and said it was part of Trump 's plan to play the victim and blame the system when he is defeated. When Wallace asked Clinton about a statement she made in a paid speech about wanting an open hemisphere of open borders and open trade, Clinton quickly turned to the evidence that the Russian government is hacking emails to influence the election. She reminded voters that Trump has actively encouraged Russia to commit spying. She also asked Trump to admit that Russia was responsible for the hacks. He refused, insisting as he has at previous debates, that he 's not sure if Russia is responsible. Trump 's biggest political challenge is his huge disadvantage with women. Within the last minutes of the debate, Donald interrupted Clinton and said: "Such a nasty woman." His firmness is on the multiple women who have come forward accusing him of sexual assault since the second presidential debate. Clinton used the topic to make a larger appeal to women, perceiving that Trump 's denial had extended the attack of his accusers at campaign rallies and saying they 're not attractive enough for him to feel. Donald Trump denied that he had ever recommended that countries should protect themselves with nuclear weapons, even though he had done so in a Fox News interview with Wallace himself. Clinton said Trump 's contradictions on that issue proved a new that Trump could not be trusted with the responsibility of the U.S. nuclear

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