Who should win the election? The battle between candidates

By Kyle Richardson |Staff Writer|

Make America Great Again.

We should all vote for Donald Trump.
The 2016 Presidential Election is not the prettiest election, as many have questioned who they might be voting for.

“I am unsure who I am voting for,” said student Evan Peckels.

“But look at the numbers, [Trump] makes money, he can probably help this country and myself make some much needed money too,” added Peckels.

First, he is not a politician—he is a businessman.

If he is elected president, I hope that his cabinet will be filled with experts.

As he is a businessman, he will not owe any other politicians any favors when choosing his top advisers. He will have the best of the best in their profession telling him what needs to get done.

Trump’s possible cabinet list includes political allies, rivals turned backers, business leaders and even Democrats, according to The Hill.

“I’m going to find the smartest and most successful people to do those jobs,” stated Trump in an article from The Hill.

“They will be winners, that I can tell you,” added Trump.

In addition, Donald Trump’s companies are mainly U.S. based.

So, if and when the economy goes down, his economic base will as well.

The man will be economy focused, as he will look to bring back industrial jobs to the United States, which relates to my second point: foreign affairs.

Donald Trump has said he will put America first.

“My foreign policy will always put the interests of the American people and American security first,” stated Trump in article from CNN.

A man who has been head of multiple billion-dollar companies has obviously had relations with other businessmen from all over the world.

Those men that Trump works with, I would assume, have great influence on the countries they live in.

He also looks to pledge fixing relations with the rising Asian giant, saying that a stronger America would win more respect from its Communist leaders, according to CNN.

According to The Political Insider, the Russian leader Vladimir Putin had some supporting words for Trump.

“[Donald Trump is] a really brilliant and talented person, without any doubt,” stated Putin.

“It’s not our job to judge his qualities, that’s a job for American voters, but he’s the absolute leader in the presidential race,” added Putin.

His whole career was built on negotiating. He can walk into a room with a foreign ruler and get the job done.

And with Russia and China as world giants, they are the friends that this country needs.

Now yes, Trump is loud and obnoxious. He has said racist and ignorant comments.

However, even with that fact, the agenda-based media always does their job portraying the man so negatively, while he has no problem calling them out about it.

The Atlantic said it best, “What you see is what you see, all the cards are on the table.”

All politicians are so-called liars, so is it not nice that this man is honest and upfront? Trump is putting it all out there, telling the United States that, “this is me!”

And if there is one thing I can respect, it is someone who can be real.

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