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5 Arguments for Voting Trump and 5 Against

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11/8/2016 8:13:18 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
http://www.dailywire.com...

Rest of the title wouldn't fit. Found this part particularly cogent...

"Hillary Clinton will be an awful president. But chances are that she will be a weak one " and that she"ll run again in four years with a recession on her hands, more corruption scandals on her plate, and a record of failure. She"ll also have to fight a Republican Congress " and a larger Republican contingent in the Senate after 2018. Hillary lost to Obama in 2008 and nearly lost to an old socialist nutcase in 2016 and the most unpopular Republican candidate in history. The chances are solid that she loses in four years. By the same token, the chances that Trump loses in four years are sky-high " and that he blows the Senate in 2018 as well. That means Democrats run someone who isn"t a caricature of corruption and horror and win " someone who will be far more powerful and leftist than Hillary"

To be fair, I don't think she'll come close to losing to Trump, although it does speak to her being an awful candidate that she hasn't already put this thing away.
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11/8/2016 8:14:57 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
and this...

Plus, Trumpism alienates Hispanics, blacks, women, and young people. Not just for this election cycle " for a generation. So the next election, 2020, can either be about Republicans defeating a wounded, hamstrung Hillary Clinton with an actual conservative, or Democrats defeating an unpopular, mediocre-at-best Donald Trump with a hard-core leftist and a leftist majority in Congress.