The Presidential Race Of 2016 Essay

1367 Words Dec 15th, 2016 6 Pages
The Presidential race of 2016 has Hillary Clinton running against Donald Trump. Hillary Clinton defeated Bernie Sanders, a leftist socialist in the Democratic Party, calling for free college and wealth redistribution. Donald Trump has defeated candidates Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and Jeb Bush probably his most intense competition amongst others.

These two candidates are not only from two different parties and backgrounds but have a profoundly different view of the United States and what the country stands for. Hillary Clinton is a constant in what President Barack Obama has done for the country while Donald Trump is a symbol of complete and opposite change. People are in an uproar, divided about both candidates, their legitimacy to run as well as what they stand for. The Presidential race is a sign to other countries of what the trend of the United States will be, whether it be financial prosperity, human equality or total calamity and chaos some may even argue civil war.

Hillary Clinton’s supporters are majority based in the minority population. Groups interested in equal rights, feminist, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transsexual (LGBT), the environment and more support her candidacy above Donald Trump. Hillary Supporters feel that Hillary Clinton has not just the best interest for the commerce of the country but specifically for the rights of the people and welfare of the children, what she describes as the “future”. Hillary Clinton is supported by President Barack Obama as…

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