According to the Chicago Tribune on June 21, 2016, Hillary Clinton maintained that if Republican candidate Donald Trump becomes president, his economic plan would result in a socioeconomic recession for America. Ms. Clinton indicated Mr. Trump's reckless, even haphazard economic approach to solving America's problem would be economically disastrous for America. Ms. Clinton remarked that Mr. Trump is no more than a con artist. She further reported that Mr. Trump has a history of bankruptcy. Your thoughts on this?
There's a con artist, all right, but I don't know that it's Trump.
Considering that 80% of start up businesses fail, and that Trump has dozens of successful businesses to his name, should there be any surprise that there are also bankruptcies in there as well? Or should we ignore that, and concentrate on vilifying him by leaving pertinent information out?
As ignorant as Trump likely is about nation economics, I'd guess that he knows and understands 10 times what Clinton does. But then, that's what advisers are for; no one person can be expert everywhere.
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