Trump: I’m With You. Hillary: Who’re You?

Trump: I'm With You. Hillary: Who're You?
Trump: I’m With You. Hillary: Who’re You?

Trump’s promises to American voters are mere rhetoric, as he has not yet given any specific solution to the problems in America – such as joblessness, poverty, hunger, mounting debt, threat from terrorists, and so on.

By Rakesh Raman

In order to raise funds for his election campaign, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump has started selling hoodies and T-shirts with the “I’m With You” message for the American voters.

But Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton took to Twitter instantly today to mock Trump’s sales efforts.

Clinton stated in her tweet that Trump’s sales “offer was not valid for Muslims, women, Latinos, African Americans, LGBT Americans, middle-class families…” – taking an obvious dig at Trump’s hate remarks against different communities.

Despite constant interventions by the Republican top brass to tame Trump, he continues to spew venom against minority groups, immigrants, and members of the press.

[ Donald Trump Can Never be the President: Elizabeth Warren ]

Trump has not spared even the Republican leaders such as Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney who are quite vocal against Trump’s disturbing utterances. He has asked them to keep quiet, as he says he can win the election without their support.

As the things stand today, the Republican party is taking a very cautious approach toward Trump. It has not yet gone whole hog behind its presumptive nominee and waiting for the Republican National Convention (July 18-21) in Cleveland where the party might dump Trump.

Meanwhile, a movement that opposes Trump is silently building up under the “Dump Trump” campaign. The organizers of #StopHateDumpTrump online campaign believe that Trump is a grave threat to democracy, freedom, human rights, equality, and the welfare of America and its people.

[ Read: Dump Trump Campaign Picks Up Steam ]

Although Trump has managed to attract many Americans with his sensational speeches, most believe he is not fit to become the President because of his uncivil language and unstable thoughts. His speeches and tweets are full of vulgar words such as “sleaze,” “stupid,” “goofy,” “crooked,” “liar,” “low life,” “bimbo,” and so on.

Obama Legacy
Obama Legacy

Really Virtual Web Comics…

Trump’s promises to American voters are mere rhetoric, as he has not yet given any specific solution to the problems in America – such as joblessness, poverty, hunger, mounting debt, threat from terrorists, and so on.

The U.S. presidential election is scheduled to take place Tuesday, November 8, 2016.

By Rakesh Raman, the managing editor of RMN Company

RMN News

Rakesh Raman