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Can Trump retain his lead into the November 8, general?


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by Joseph Earnest November 7, 2016


Newscast Media LOS ANGELESRepublican presidential candidate Donald Trump continues to disprove the dishonest media by expanding his lead over rival Democratic Party candidate Hillary Clinton, in what many consider America's most brutal election cycle in modern history.


As of Saturday November 5, The Donald led Hillary in the general, by 48 percent to 42.6 percent, and on Sunday November 6, he expanded his lead to 48.2 percent, while Clinton's numbers remained the same, according to the LA Times/USC poll.


Americans see in The Donald an outsider who is challenging career politicians as he promotes American nationalism, while Hillary is viewed as perhaps the most corrupt and dishonest political insider to have ever run for the presidency, in America's history.


Trump's message is centered upon reviving the American manufacturing sector, securing the borders and strengthening the military, while Clinton's consistent message until recent weeks has been, "Vote for me because I'm a woman." Absurd!




The results of America's general election are already rattling countries around the world since Trump is viewed by many international leaders as unpredictable, and capable of fulfilling the threats he has made in regard to immigration and putting to an end China and Mexico's dominance in the import-export industry through the use of currency manipulation.


Trump has accused China and Mexico of stealing American jobs, and has also said the United States needs to renegotiate trade deals with both countries.

"Our country is in deep trouble, and we don’t know what we’re doing, when it comes to devaluation, all countries all over the world, especially China — they're the best, the best ever at it. What they are doing to us is a very, very sad thing," the Washington Post reported.


As both candidates head into the final stretch leading to the general, both Clinton and Trump have written op-eds to tie all the loose ends, hoping to convince the undecided voters to pull the lever for each respective candidate. Clinton wrote in part:

"Because it’s not just our names on the ballot this year. Every issue we care about is on the ballot, too. This is about who we are as a country — and whether we are going to have change that makes us stronger together, or change that pushes us further apart..."


Trump on the other hand focused on cleaning up policies that date back to Bill Clinton's presidency, in order to restore America's greatness. Trump wrote in part:

"Real change begins with immediately repealing and replacing job-killing Obamacare — Americans are experiencing soaring double-digit premium hikes, insurers are leaving, doctors are quitting, jobs are fleeing, and deductibles are through the roof.

It also means immediately fixing our terrible trade deals, which have killed American jobs and crushed American incomes. This means renegotiating Bill and Hillary Clinton’s disastrous NAFTA and China deals that have deindustrialized the United States — importing unemployment and exporting our wealth..."

Judgment day is Tuesday, November 8. Early numbers show that as of today, November 7, already 46 million voters have cast their early votes.

In the next 24 hours we'll find out how the LA Times/USC poll holds up against the actual data on election day. Add Comments>> 














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