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I think Trump will do it.

Anyway it will only be hours before we should know if it'll be 'Madam President' or 'Madman President'.
Clinton will win by a large margin on electoral votes. Trump is a rotten candidate and how he got this far is amazing.
Can you believe that the "richest" country in the world can serve up two rotten candidates like that, whichever one gets in we're a step closer to WW3.
Countries get the politicians they deserve. By allowing lobbyists to dominate Washington since Reagan left office this is where it gets you. Trump is, de facto, the anti establishment candidate - and is a truly horrifying prospect as president. Hillary is least worst by a whisker. But if she's elected expect no change whatsoever in the States.
The billionaire anti establishment candidate

There's more chance of Hilary getting her programme thru should she win than Donald should he win so maybe she is more dangerous.
(11-08-2016, 09:16 PM)Great Bridge Wrote: [ -> ]The billionaire anti establishment candidate

There's more chance of Hilary getting her programme thru should she win than Donald should he win so maybe she is more dangerous.

There's an actual programme?

I'm not him v build the wall/ drain the swamp/ lock her up isn't that it?

Utter madness.
Looking at the polls, the 5/1 about Trump has to be a bet
I would loff my bollox off if Trump won it.
Indicators pointing towards Clinton, but I'm wondering if there's a shy-Tory effect coming into play here, with voters just not wanting to admit to voting for Trump. Could still be a twist to this.

Whoever wins, I'll bet none of you thought there'd so quickly come a day when you looked back at George W and thought "He wasn't as bad as it got."
(11-09-2016, 12:26 AM)Dreamkiller Wrote: [ -> ]Indicators pointing towards Clinton, but I'm wondering if there's a shy-Tory effect coming into play here, with voters just not wanting to admit to voting for Trump. Could still be a twist to this.

Whoever wins, I'll bet none of you thought there'd so quickly come a day when you looked back at George W and thought "He wasn't as bad as it got."

I watched Rich Halls; President election/synopsis/history thing on BBC4 the other night. Quite entertaining. Having only a couple of months ago come back from Atlanta, they are forthright with their opinions. Especially when asked whether they would like fries or hot sauce "with that".

Back to your point, many of the people I spoke to would like to be backing Trump, but they didn't bring themselves to admit it.
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