Donald Trump would make a great President.
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Anyway your first and only point states that Donald Trump is credible and will do what he says he will. So in my first point i'll be questioning his credibility and showing what a liar he is.
PolitiFact is one of the most well known and trustworthy sites there is when it comes to US politics. It has many uses one of it's most famous being the "Truth-O-Meter TM" this simply gets everything a person has said then checks for their credibility, Donald Trump has achieved a stunning 76% false. (http://www.politifact.com...)
His economic policies
Donald Trump loves to say that he's a great business man in fact that's pretty much his entire campaign. However he has suffered so many bankruptcies and failures.
He bought an airline company then stupidly decided to plate the insides with gold. Because of this he had to increase the price and nobody used his airlines. It went bankrupt.
Too lazy to write full list, check it out here: http://content.time.com...
I anxiously wait for your counter argument.
You shouldn't point to him being false most of the time as him being a "liar", there's a difference in being uninformed and intentionally misinforming others , until you can point to a multitude of times where has has proven to do on purpose (as you can with Clinton) , this has no bearing as an argument because you can't prove his intentions.
Trump has filed for bankruptcy four times, each being a chapter 11 bankruptcy, this is different to chapter 7 to which you (most likely) believe he filed under. The main difference is that C11 allows for the restructure of businesses without closing them down completely, C7 is a form which liquidates the company and forces them to sell all non-exempt assets to pay off creditors. Two of the said bankruptcies were associated with the collapse of the Atlantic city Casino industry during the early 90's. ".... Suggests Trump was personally responsible for the failures of these businesses, but in reality, much was out of Trump"s control -- such as a struggling casino industry." - Politifact
This was a failure, but once again not solely to blame on Donald. Trump also didn't personally finance the project, he arranged for a loan of $380 million (defaulted) from a group of nearly two dozen banks. It's also idiotic to point the main cause of it's failure to the gold that Trump added
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