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Trump brings change of status quo to White House

In Donald Trump’s America, the country as a whole will be the focus. With Trump in office, U.S. immigration laws will be enforced and the government will work on securing the borders. Illegal aliens already residing in the country and those who wish to enter will have to go through ...

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College Republican’s reaction: Trump’s America

After over a year of campaigning, the election has finally come to an end (unless you count the electoral college, which votes in December). In my opinion, Trump’s victory is a genuine shock. I had been betting on Hillary Clinton for nearly a year. This election has been perplexing, unorthodox ...

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College Democrat’s reaction: Trump’s America

Unlike the candidate himself, I do accept the results of this election. Donald Trump is now our president, and we can look forward to- well, we can look forward to utter confusion and even more governmental fragmentation for the next four years. To say I am disappointed with the outcome ...

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Progress, experience: The case for Hillary Clinton

If you care about your future, vote for Hillary Clinton. Donald Trump and Clinton may go down in history as the most unlikeable presidential candidates, but you have to admit Clinton is a lot less despicable. Someone who unveiled a U.N. resolution to combat sexual violence against women and children ...

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Change of pace: The case for Donald Trump

Americans should elect Donald Trump because he is not a politician, which will allow for new ideas and voices in the White House. The 2016 presidential election has been viewed as a joke across the world. When the last two candidates turned out to be Trump and Hillary Clinton, the ...

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