I don't and have never lived in America.
So why should I care about the US elections or who runs for president?
Because anything America does, affects the rest of us.
Take Obama for example, whether you like him or not, he changed the world.
He managed to end $2 trillion war in Iraq, saving countless lives, both military and civilian, and eliminating U.S. involvement in a conflict that was a virtual recruitment and training center for international terrorists.
Through federal loans, he helped turn around the U.S. auto industry, which has saved and added thousands of jobs worldwide.
He reversed Bush's torture policies (aka, "enhanced interrogation"), which had been setting a dangerous precedent for legitimizing torture in other countries.
He has decimated al Qaeda's international leadership, by hunting down and eliminating Osama bin Laden, as well as many other important leaders of the terrorist organization… all without starting another war or endangering our troops.
Obama has also tremendously improved America’s image abroad. With new policies, diplomacy, and rhetoric, he has reversed a sharp decline in world opinion toward the U.S. (and the corresponding loss of “soft power”) during the Bush years.
Do you really think this man can live up to ''making america great again''
A man that is proud to be racist and homophobic.
Sound like anybody we've heard of before?
There are even a couple of websites that arue that he is worse than Hitler.
WORSE THAN HITLER
If you want to read some of the comparisons click here
He may be up against Hilary Clinton,which isn't everybody's favorite, and it has recently been revealed that she rigged certain elections and such, I don't know all the details but my point is, whatever she's done or she's said to try and beat Trump is for the best.
What Trump plans to do is:
- Build a wall .
- Make south america pay for the wall.
- Detain anyone that tries to cross this wall.
- Enhanced penalties for overstaying a visa- so if I'm offered a job in USA I'll be punished?
- End birthright citizenship- ???
- Put American workers first- if someone non American has studied more or worked harder than a US citizen, they'll still give the American citizen a job first because that's part of making America great again? Instead of giving someone that has studied and worked hard for the job??
Like I said, I'm not American, but these plans will affect everyone if he puts them in place.Honesty I think he's laughing in his big boy seat right now thinking of even more ridiculous things to say and see how many idiots agree with him.
Because that's what you are if you vote for this racist bastard.