The Scandal Battle: Hillary Vs. Trump

Hector Rios and Charles Dean

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In the past, when someone was asked Trump who should be the next president there would be an optimistic demographic flailing with knowledge in representation. This year the cards have turned from intuition to utter ignorance. This year’s election has gone from controversial to exceedingly controversial.

Donald Trump brainlessly and strongly offends people. His opinions are non-filtered because he says whatever comes to mind. Trump needs to appeal to all American people by being politically correct and logical if he wants to win the Presidential Election.

One quote during a 2006 interview on “The View” states “If Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her.” This can’t be said on live television due to it being lewd and complete incest.

Donald Trump, himself is a 69-year-old male who was born on June 14, 1946 in to wealthy family of 4 including himself. His father gave him “A small loan of a million dollars” to start out Trumps Empire, which has been said to be false. Trump’s six companies went bankrupt due to poor business decisions.

Trump’s policies are extreme and cause fear to the citizens of this country. He strongly believes and states that all Muslims are terrorists and all Mexicans are thieves, drug dealers, and rapists. Trump wants to ban all Muslims from the U.S. and build a great wall to keep out the Mexicans. He uses the scare tactic with his policies to get free publicity and more votes.

Trump has also been accused of sexual harassment. In a 2005 conversation caught on a hot microphone, he states “I moved on her, and I failed. I’ll admit it,” he also says “I did try and f— her. She was married,”. These statements aren’t surprising at all; he has said many vulgar things to the point of no surprise. This video transcript won’t change the opinion of Trump Supporters, and neither is it needed to enlighten the flame of hate for Trump.

On the other side of the spectrum, the Democratic Party is being led by Hillary Clinton who has crushed the “glass ceiling” by being the first woman to be a primary nominee for a political party. If this wasn’t her only asset she would have won this election with a breeze. Her effortless skill of causing controversy (even before her nomination) has caused entropy throughout her campaign and continues to do so. From hidden emails to her bribery scandal, Hillary has hit a home-run with this plummet in popularity.

Most recent controversy on Hillary is her own health concerns. This poses a future threat on her well-being on the throne of presidency. The blatant calls on her abnormal actions (her suffering minor seizures on camera as well as coughing excessively) during her speeches. This can cause yet another nosedive in her own presidency.

In the recent debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, both candidates have shown many more of their shades of distraught. Trump has tried to reinvent himself after he tarnished his own persona by having “locker room talk” and degrading women as mere meat. Instead of doing so, he continuously interrupts Hillary which makes her temper evident and possibly trigger a breakage in her campaign.

All in all, this year’s election is a neck-and-neck battle of the worst. Some are worried about the future of America as a country while others boldly state that they are considering moving to a different country. All of this demographic backlash is spurning up to what seems to be an endless “meme” that just won’t get replaced by something much less harmful (not even Harambe can assist such a slaughter of sense). At this point, the better of two evils will run the country.

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