The Major Strengths Of Hillary Clinton

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The 2016 presidential election is fast approaching, and as I write this it is official that the presidency will be between the Republican nominee Donald J. Trump, and the Democratic nominee Hillary R. Clinton. It wasn’t quite simple for me to choose between the two nominees. Hence, I doubt that neither of them are creditable enough to serve the country. Most likely the majority of Americans will speculate that they do not have a preference between the two candidates. Nevertheless, I evaluated information in reference to the candidates’ individual strengths and weaknesses. Also, to convince me more I tapped into the national issues that are being debated, and identify the candidates’ position on the matters whether they are strong or weak, and …show more content…
I thoughtfully accepted that she can be countered by the majority of the nations’ leaders if she is heading the wrong direction. Also, it is a plus factor that she has gained experience in politics, knowing the “gateways and exits” in politics. In addition, she has an acceptable proposition on trade. Nevertheless, her strengths can be weaknesses too. The first major weakness of Clinton is her email-scandal issue. It disputes her credibility and sincerity to serve the American people. Also, she is tarnished by being a corrupt, fraud, and double-dealing politician. Moreover, her immigration program encourages illegal …show more content…
As per Donald Trump, engaging in war, will not help the economy. He believes that America should stop sending foreign aid to anti-American countries. The federal budget for foreign aid should be aligned for the benefit of the Americans. In addition, as seen on one of his many interviews that he advocates for America to be self-sufficient and not depend on China’s imported goods. The strength of Trump’s position over foreign policy is, no war means better relationship with the world, and war related expenses of the nation will decrease. The downside of this is Trump is alienating China, which will affect the trade business between the two nations. Whether we like it or not, China contributes to the economic growth of America, the investments they allocate in the country help the capital inflow increase. Consequently, the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) accelerates. As opposed to the Republican, Hillary Clinton is not against war, and believes that war will lead to economic peace. When she held the position as State Secretary, it was clear where she stands on engaging the country in war. Although her policies were criticized it didn’t alter her position on the

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