“We Can’t Afford A Clinton Presidency”
The Republican party has not yet given up hope, although multiple opinion polls show that its candidate Donald Trump will lose to rival Hillary Clinton in the November presidential election.
In order to support Trump’s campaign – which is slowly losing its sheen – the Republican National Committee (RNC) decided to once again attack Clinton instead of saying something positive about its own candidate.
The party released Tuesday “We Can’t Afford A Clinton Presidency,” a new video highlighting how Hillary Clinton will only extend President Obama’s disastrous domestic and foreign policy agenda which America can no longer afford.
“Under President Obama, America has suffered a decline in prosperity and security. A Hillary Clinton presidency would only mean a third term of failure, with an economy stuck in neutral, the growth of ISIS around the world, and a liberal Supreme Court,” said RNC chairman Reince Priebus.
“The time is now to elect Donald Trump president so we can grow wages and jobs, stop radical Islamic terrorism, and ensure a bright future for our families and our freedoms.”
Meanwhile, in an ongoing poll on RMN News Service, when people were asked “Who should be the next President of America?”, a whopping 44% voters said they do not want Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton in the White House. Only 30% voted for Clinton and 26% for Trump.
You can also vote in the “Your Voice” section of the site.
Photo / Video courtesy: RNC
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