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OP/ED HUMOR: 2016 Presidental Debate to be held at Hostra University BY CAROL MCILMURRAY

HOSTRA UNIVERSTY TO HOLD FIRST DEBATE BETWEEN

HILLARY CLINTON AND DONALD TRUMP

 

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BY CAROL MCILMURRAY

Hofstra University to hold Clinton/Trump debate Monday night at 9 p.m.

Donald Trump, classic misogynist and former foe of Rosie O’Donnell, is now battling another woman in the media, this time for President of the United States. The Donald’s new female foe is Presidential candidate, Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton.

He is ready.

 

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Clinton, a seasoned politician, is a no stranger to male entitlement and egregious comments, and she can yield her own left-handed insults with the same gusto, fervor and punch of any greedy entitled male.

Both personalities could use a good polish, they are both overly determined individuals with no ties to our mere moral realities. They are power driven, type A personalities with packs of people, money and agendas behind their run for the most powerful seat in the country.

A serious neurological disorder (or alleged year-long pneumonia) is not going to stop Mrs. Clinton from taking her oval office back. Her sponsors won’t have it.

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On a side note, the Rocklandpost suggests upon taking the Oval Office back that Ms. Clinton rotate the Resolute Desk out of the Oval Office on her first day.  We would go with the Theodore Roosevelt desk. *Please, do that.

Hillary Clinton had her eye on 2016 election since 1992. Clinton had the funding, the sponsors, and the zeal to make this election hers, then enter Donald Trump.
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A serious lack of experience and knowledge is not going to stop Mr. Trump from taking this election from the heels. Mr. Trump has tapped into an American voter population that has been ignored, trampled on, and waiting for a candidate that they connect with, someone who understands the economic stress and who exemplifies the American dream.

Trump, an alleged outsider, is a character in the media that has become mythic. Trump, former reality TV star and real estate builder, is now a candidate for United States President. Trump will not back down, and he has a plan to rebuild and transform U.S. airports and build a wall around America. Americans want change. The plan sounds good to many, but some worry that he is actually seeking dictator status.
What does it matter if we build a wall and shut down all the airports for repairs? Then we stop trade agreements and solely depend on our isolated economy. Sounds very familiar to other communist countries. When is the last time you heard from them, or saw their living conditions?

 

 

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What’s the difference?

 

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have both attracted supporters and nay-sayers, the pair are no stranger to controversy and appear to have leather skin when it comes to disagreement and they will not take no for an answer.

They both changed their agendas to target large markets of voters. Each candidate will shop their ‘Shark Tank’ proof ideas tomorrow night.  I’m sure Mark Cuban has been consulted by both parties.

Rocklandpost expects a lot of canned one liners, definitive plans that may or may not be based on reality and a lot of self-serving appraisal. In this first debate, we say its likely a Trump win due to his natural sparring abilities, unpredictable nature and overly articulated dialogue.

 

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Who wins in the end?

 

 

 

If you like reading about what to expect tomorrow night here are some interesting reading links:

 

THE WASHINGTON POST CALLS ELECTION IN TRUMPS FAVOR

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2016/09/23/trump-is-headed-for-a-win-says-professor-whos-predicted-30-years-of-presidential-outcomes-correctly/

THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL ENDORSES HILLARY CLINTON FOR PRESIDENT

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/25/opinion/sunday/hillary-clinton-for-president.html?_r=0

THE ATLANTIC CALLS OUT NEW YORK TIMES CLINTON COVERAGE AS BIAS AND INCOMPLETE

http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2015/07/when-the-paper-of-record-fails-to-keep-the-record/399752/

 

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