Tag Archives: Hillary Clinton

Why Donald Trump will not concede defeat when Hillary Clinton wins the election in November


At the third and final presidential debate which he lost miserably to his Democratic Party opponent, the Republican Party’s somewhat official candidate declared – twice – that he would not recognize the validity of the election if he was proclaimed … Continue reading

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How Donald Trump lost the 2016 presidential contest to Hillary Clinton 31 days before the election


It was a day to remember for Donald Trump and his hope of becoming president of the United States. On October 7, thirty-one days to election, Trump’s campaign was consumed with the task of saving itself from the effects of a scandalous 2005 … Continue reading

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How Donald Trump mumbled, fumbled, and lost the first of three presidential debates to a level-headed Hillary Clinton


His ego, his ability to speak semi-coherently without thinking, and his thin-skinned nature got the best of the demagogue While extravagantly displaying his ignorance of world affairs, American foreign policy, diplomacy, government, law, and plain current events, Donald Trump fumbled … Continue reading

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Why thin-skinned Donald Trump ‘felt hurt’ when ‘nothing nice’ was said about him at the DNC convention – or why he deserves what was said of him


Donald John Trump is well-known for bad-mouthing, insulting, branding, and even threatening his fellow candidates during the primaries as he does now in the course of the presidential campaign. During the primaries, Trump consistently called Ted Cruz “Lying Ted” and … Continue reading

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The 2016 U. S. presidential race: how Trump and Clinton compare – their strengths, their weaknesses, and their odds of winning


The 2016 presidential primaries are history, and the 2016 Republican and Democratic conventions are over. These events have given the American people an insight into the two parties and their candidates. On November 8, Americans will decide who will lead … Continue reading

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The 2015 House Select Committee Hearings on Benghazi: in aid of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign


The 2015 House Select Committee’s investigation into the events at Benghazi during an Islamic terrorist attack on the US consulate there on September 11, 2012 – aimed at being “in aid of legislation” – began and continued as a “hearing … Continue reading

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