Who will win according to you? TRUMP or HILLARY?

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  1. Rehan Redoy profile image61
    Rehan Redoyposted 24 months ago

    Who will win according to you? TRUMP or HILLARY?

  2. Julie Nou profile image56
    Julie Nouposted 24 months ago

    Unpredictable, to be honest... There are too many things to consider.

  3. Alternative Prime profile image68
    Alternative Primeposted 24 months ago

    It's VERY Predictable if U Believe in SCIENCE which many of "Drumpy Trump's" FANz REJECT ~

    But ACCORDING to FACTs here in the "REAL-World", it's NO Surprise that Hillary WINs in a Landslide & Many Congressional REPUBLICANs will indeed Go "DOWN in Flames" with Donald as they are TIED Tightly to him ~ Latest POLL Hillary 50% Donald 38%

    538 FORECAST ~ Hillary Approximately 9 in 10 CHANCE of Winning ~ Donald Approximately 1 in 10 CHANCE of Winning as he CONTIMUEs to SINK Rapidly ~

    Nobody should be SURPRISED with these RESULTs, Honestly, how could anyone possibly believe Donald could have become OUR PRESIDENT of the U.S. after INSULTING OUR Military, "Subverting & SABOTAGING" Our Country, De-Frauding AMERICANs, Insulting & MOCKING Our Disabled Population, ATTACKING Women, Attacking a Federal JUDGE, Conspiring with COMMUNISTs, and just being his "DERANGED Self" ????

  4. lions44 profile image98
    lions44posted 24 months ago

    HRC by a good margin, though not a landslide.

    HRC - 323
    DT -    215  (I'm giving him OH, Iowa & AZ).

  5. tamarawilhite profile image91
    tamarawilhiteposted 24 months ago

    We don't know until after the election, and maybe not even then given Project Veritas publishing revealing video of Democratic leaders admitting to the vote fraud that everyone has suspected. The fact that Democrats have fired the people who made the admissions confirms that the statements were true. And they are no longer saying vote fraud is rare, but instead saying "if there is a lot of it, blame the Russians".
    This means Trump has to win not just with a majority but a large enough margin to offset Democrat vote fraud. Given Democrats already sending in mail in ballots for dead people, admissions of having minorities vote multiple times, sending instructions on how to send in your mail in ballot and then vote in person - Trump could need to win by 1-2% more to get the numerical victory over Clinton.

    End result - unless Clinton wins by 5%+, her victory is likely a fraud. And Democrats have already said that if Trump wins, they'll blame the Russians and consider it illegitimate. So victory at the polls unless by an incredible margin (and maybe not even then), neither side will or should accept it.

    Trump’s Right – The System Is Rigged And We Don’t Owe It Our Default Acceptance
    http://townhall.com/columnists/kurtschl … e-n2235980

    1. Julie Nou profile image56
      Julie Nouposted 24 months agoin reply to this

      "We don't know until after the election"... exactly! Anything can happen, that is what I meant to say.

    2. Alternative Prime profile image68
      Alternative Primeposted 24 months agoin reply to this

      Well, this is the EXACT Reason WHY Republican "VOTER Turn-OUT" is Anemic ~ Aside from the FACT that Deranged "Drumpy Trump" might actually be in PRISON Soon ~ When a SYSTEM is "Rigged" Against your Pseudo-Candidate, WHY even SHOW Up to VOTE ??

  6. wba108@yahoo.com profile image79
    wba108@yahoo.composted 24 months ago

    I think Trump will win in a very close election. The IBT poll has been the most accurate poll out there, They predicted Obama over Romney exactly to the tenth of a percent. The IBT also was very accurate in 2014, 2010, 2008 and 2004. Right now it shows a dead heat between Trump and Hillary, it also has shown a dead heat for the past couple months.

    I think between the enthusiasm factor and the group that won't admit they're voting for Trump, will put Him over the top. Trump should also have an electoral advantage if the election is as close as I believe it will be.

  7. RTalloni profile image90
    RTalloniposted 23 months ago

    So hard to tell, especially with deep thinkers voting.  See YouTube's "Positive Spin - Higher Obamacare Premiums.  The interviews explain a lot.


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