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Who do you think will be the next president of the USA? What will they achieve d

  1. wiserworld profile image90
    wiserworldposted 2 years ago

    Who do you think will be the next president of the USA? What will they achieve during their term?

  2. Pollyannalana profile image87
    Pollyannalanaposted 2 years ago

    I think it will probably be Hillary Clinton and she will most definitely finish off America. We are just with our head above water right now and when she gets in to finish sinking the ship we will have had it. There won't be a recovery if she gets in and with so many looking over every thing she does and crime she commits they will say hey, lets put a woman in and give no thought to who and what she is. She answers for nothing just like the present administration with all their scandals and she will add to the offenses going unpunished like the Lois Lerners and all others so far. It makes me almost physically ill to even imagine what it will be.
    We had change alright; now we need it in the other direction and not many of those are looking too good. Trump has always been a joke but at least he is telling the truth and I think Americans are showing they appreciate that for a change. A man not after a few million more votes at the cost of our nation.
    We do need change, a clean up and we have certainly not seen it. I hope whoever gets in will clean up this country instead of the continual drag of corruption that everyone looks the other way over. 
    Tomorrow we are probably going to give a deal to people telling us to our face they hate us and want us dead. Just so Obama can put another notch in his belt, this will be allowed. We will finance our assassins...Hillary is no different if the price is right.

  3. Kathleen Cochran profile image80
    Kathleen Cochranposted 2 years ago

    I think it is going to be a while longer before this country puts a republican back in the White House.  I hope Hillary Clinton improves on the Affordable Health Care Act by implementing provisions she was prevented from initiating when she attempted to tackle the issue during her husband's first term.  I think she will do a better job at foreign relations than is currently being done, and I hope she repairs our military after the decade of overuse.  I think we've made great strides in recent years, and we have a chance to do even better.

  4. Old-Empresario profile image81
    Old-Empresarioposted 2 years ago

    I think the next US President will be Clinton and it will be a cakewalk for her. The GOP doesn't really want 2016 in my opinion. In the coming years, the GOP would rather be regarded as the opposition party. Clinton will be our oldest president since Ronald Reagan, which means she will be 69 at the beginning of her first term and 73 at the end. The stress of the job and campaigning will mean that when she leaves office after a second term at the age of 77, she will be weakened and tired.

    During her second term, I could see the government spending bubble bursting, similar to Greece. Her first term will see us doing everything possible to prevent this. This means major military spending cutbacks and reduction in overseas bases. We may have to give up Europe and East Asia to full independence. Basically, she will have the unenviable task of switching us to a peacetime economy from the wartime economy we have been on since 1941. The trick will be doing this seamlessly without causing a recession while gaining support from the Republicans. She might have to trade things that we don't want her to trade. For the past 5 years, the police have been getting heavier equipment, armor and weapons (drones, tanks, etc.) from the federal government. In 5 more years, we'll be used to it and won't remember it being any other way. So if a crash does come, the people won't be able to make much of a fuss.

    1. Pollyannalana profile image87
      Pollyannalanaposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      We know she will buy favors from any country she can to benefit her own pockets & no ones seems to worry about that. She is apparently too stupid to see it will affect her & her own family should they decide to live in this country, maybe she

 
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