In an ongoing poll, when people were asked “Who should be the next President of America?”, a whopping 43% voters said they do not want Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton in the White House.
By Rakesh Raman
After Wednesday’s presidential debate between Republican Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, the voters in America are more confused than enthused, as both the candidates failed to demonstrate any acumen that could make them eligible to occupy the White House.
Although one of them will win the November election, most American do not want any of them to be the next president of America.
In an ongoing poll on RMN News Service, when people were asked “Who should be the next President of America?”, a whopping 43% voters said they do not want Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton in the White House. Only 32% voted for Clinton and 25% for Trump. You can also vote in the “Your Voice” section of the site.
As the things stand today Americans are caught between the devil and the deep blue sea. Trump is facing myriad accusations of tax evasion, sexual assaults on women and his repeated hate statements against Latinos, Gold Star families, women, journalists, and top Republicans.
Similarly, Clinton is being branded as a habitual liar in multiple cases such as foreign donations to Clinton’s family foundation, her use of a secret email server, and Clinton’s role in the Benghazi terrorist attack.
However, the major difference between the two candidates is that Clinton has never admitted that she is a liar. But Trump has been openly making vulgar remarks about different segments of Americans. He has even bragged about his criminal sexual tendencies in a leaked tape.
As a result, multiple pre-election voter polls suggest that Clinton is expected to win the presidential race because people believe if Clinton is bad, Trump is worse. Obviously, the bad will win.
Trump seems to be aware of the election outcome, as he has started saying that the election may be rigged. After the election, he wants to use it as an excuse instead of accepting his defeat gracefully.
The U.S. presidential election is scheduled to take place Tuesday, November 8, 2016.
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