Clinton for the United States President or Trump for the Most Coveted White House?

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With just few weeks or a matter of days to the famous 58th quadrennial  United States of America’s presidential election, it has been one resound dramatic experience with the two popular candidates for the Democrats and the Republicans, Hillary Clinton for the Democrats and Donald Trump for the Republicans.

It is being said that this race to the white house and on-going campaigns is a tight and keenly contesting one. To be the president of the United State is like being the leader of the entire globe, so rigorous scrutiny and the best selection process is required to emerge a leader for the majestic White House. A leader needs to be trusted and be known to live their life with honesty and integrity. A good leader “walks the talk” and in doing so earns the right to have responsibility for others. True authority is born from respect for the good character and trustworthiness of the person who leads. The question is, can the above definition or description be said about either of the two?

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Just recently about few days ago, there was a video released which shamefully reflect back and suggest on how Trump can sexually assault women because he’s  ‘a star’. Donald Trump crowed about his ability to sexually assault women during an awfully lewd banter from 2005 that was leaked to the Washington Post. “When you’re a star they let you do it.” Trump said of trying to kiss beautiful women. “Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything.”  This was the recording that was caught on a hot microphone as he’s discussing his sexual habits with Billy Bush of “Access Hollywood” on his way as a guest appearance to taping the soap opera “Days of Our Lives.”

The presidential election is efficiently the sum of 50 state elections, with each candidate gunning for a majority of 538 electoral votes divided among the states, all but two of which award all their votes to one contender. Ultimately, the answer lies with the American people to elect who becomes their next president come November 8th, 2016 to take over from the first black man to be the US President- Barack Obama.

Hillary Clinton has faced myriads of revelations about her use of a private email server while secretary of state since it was first revealed in the winter of 2015. It was a system not approved by the Department inspector general because it is not in compliance with government rules. An FBI investigation concluded that no “reasonable prosecutor” would bring a criminal case against Mrs Clinton, but that she and her aides were “extremely careless” in their handling of classified information.

Hillary Clinton’s lead in the United States presidential race against her opponent Donald Trump is dispersing with less than a month now to go until when the election takes place. There seem to be less keenness in her domain. Over the past few weeks, there has been a dewdrop of points in certain key states where the come November election is prospectively to be decided seeing Clinton trailing.

The democrat contender tried project an atmosphere of calm as she bounced back on the campaign trail after a 3 day compulsory break as a result of pneumonia, claiming the race would be always close. With Bernie Sanders who is popular among the young people and the Amazonian progressive Senator Elizabeth Warren who are fortresses to Clinton’s race for Washington’s white House, hope to change the sprawling situation. According to the New York Times/CBS Poll, Clinton has less popularity even among Democrats with only about 38 percent who affirmed they are excited about her candidacy, down from 47 percent in August.

The Manhattan mogul may have seemed to surmount the various assertions that have bedevilled his campaign to the white House since inception, but can he overcome the ignominy of the released video? Few days ago he was leading based on the polls by 46 to 41 per cent, in Florida by 47 to 44 per cent, although this cascades within the margin of error. Trump was declared to have said “we’ve had an incredible month. There is a great enthusiasm”. The two contenders out of the four for the desirable office of the US, have been neck to neck, at first it happened in May when Trump lost ground , but Trump ‘s supporters are ardent to vote against just 36 percent in Clinton camp. Few weeks ago Trump revamped his campaign team, strained to become more disciplined and less attacked oriented in his public appearances and has stopped insulting people.

Clinton still has a 60.1 percent chance of winning in comparison to 39.8 percent for Trump according to fivethirtyeight, a website that analyses polls, historical and economic data. But where do we reckon her email violation saga, the attack on Clinton foundation, her contempt for calling Trump supporters belonging in a “basket of deplorable.” This may not go so well with her. The Democrats have reasons to worry – but Clinton still has many ways to win the Electoral College.

To attain the expected 270 votes, the republican contender is expected to carry along the battle ground states like Ohio and Florida, but also Iowa, Virginia, New Hampshire and North Carolina. But he must also lock in all the traditional republican states, most of which look as if they might surprise his candidacy.

The presidential election is efficiently the sum of 50 state elections, with each candidate gunning for a majority of 538 electoral votes divided among the states, all but two of which award all their votes to one contender. Ultimately, the answer lies with the American people to elect who becomes their next president come November 8th, 2016 to take over from the first black man to be the US President- Barack Obama.

Source: cash4wealth

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