Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton

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Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton,This is an unbiased comparison of the political positions and policies of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, candidates for president from the Democratic and Republican parties respectively

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Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton This is an unbiased comparison of the political positions and policies of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump candidates for president from the Democratic and Republican parties respectively. On many issues the candidates positions align with the political platform of their party — Clinton is pro-choice Trump is pro-life Clinton supports the DREAM Act and a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants while Trump wants to deport all undocumented immigrants and build a wall on the Mexican border Clinton wants to expand gun control legislation Trump does not Clinton wants to raise taxes on high-income households while Trump wants to cut taxes for all income brackets. On other issues the lines are more blurry. Clinton has served as Secretary of State in the Obama administration where she was responsible for orchestrating U.S. foreign policy. Trump has criticized

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Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton not only Clintons role as Secretary of State but also questioned key foreign policy elements like NATO and U.S. presence in Japan. Update Nov 28 2016: After Michigan was called in favor of Donald Trump the final tally of electoral votes is Trump 306 and Clinton winning 232. Clinton won the popular vote by around 2.5 million votes. Detailed election results Differences in Economic Policy Most of the differences in economic policies of Clinton and Trump can be attributed to the fundamental differences between Democrats and Republicans about the role of government. But Trump has made some controversial comments that do not toe the Republican party line. For example one of his suggestions about the national debt was to get creditors of the U.S. government to accept less for their debt than they are owed. While this is technically equivalent to the U.S. defaulting on its debt obligations Trump argued he was not talking about a default but about buying back debt for less than its worth. In the corporate sector such buybacks are done and indeed Trump has used this technique for his own businesses however it becomes more complex when the full faith and credit of the U.S. government is on the line. Experts have said that such a move would make new borrowing very expensive for the United States and new borrowing is necessary to pay down old debt

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