When You Compare Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, There Is No Comparison
20 days and counting. We are weeks away from Americans going to the polls to choose either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump as next President of the United States.
At this point in the race, each day brings new poll numbers to look at and new analysts on CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News to hear from. Your ideas about what is happening in the presidential race could be vastly different depending on what you’re looking at and who you’re listening to.
It’s time to strip away the rhetoric and look at the facts. This election comes down to who you trust to be the next Commander-in-Chief, to work for working families, and to create opportunities for all Americans, regardless of race, gender, or socioeconomic class.
There’s a new tool on Hillary Clinton’s website that lets you look at the candidates side by side. The fact is, when you compare Clinton and Trump, there really is no comparison.
Who would you trust?
Who is better suited to stand up for all Americans: The woman who investigated prejudice in a southern school, or the man who was investigated for discrimination?
Only one candidate has experience protecting the rights of citizens instead of violating them.
We need a president focused on building people up, not tearing people down.
Who would you prefer: a candidate who helps working families get ahead, or once who’s more concerned about his bottom line?
A stark contrast: A woman bringing people together, and a man rooting for families to fail.
Being the most-traveled Secretary of State we’ve ever had is a better qualification for being President of the United States than being a failed businessman.
I trust the woman who has been working since 1972 on behalf of women, children, and families, and who will never stop fighting for them. I trust the woman with a proven track record of bringing people together to get real results. I trust the woman I have seen get back up every time she’s been knocked down. I trust Hillary Clinton.