Outsider Trump vs. Insider Clinton

Super Tuesday was a great day for both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Democrat Clinton and Republican Trump win most states on Super Tuesday, so it was a Super Duper Day for them both in the race for the presidential nomination.

They both each won at least seven of eleven state races. Clinton won in Arkansas, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, Massachusetts and the most important of them all: Texas. Trump won in Vermont, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia, Arkansas and Massachusetts.

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Republicans need 1,237 delegates who will vote for them at the parties national conventions in July 2016. Now, they have 595 delegates.

Democrats have one-third of the 2,383 delegates they need, which is 865 delegates. So, as you can see there is still a long way to go.

We know from history that the Republican candidate who wins most of the states on Super Tuesday wins the nomination, and the billionaire businessman Donald Trump is on the way to become the Republican party`s candidate for the U.S presidential election.

Trump`s success is spectacular and a big surprice for many, and he seems to be unstoppable despite programs like Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Donald Trump (HBO). The odds for seeing Trump at the White House are rising every day, and Hillary Clinton with a history of many scandals must fight against an entertainer and a businessman who speak against well established politicians.

Hillary Clinton have been a part of the political system in many years. Her husband is former president Bill Clinton and they both know the “game”. Donald Trump is coming from another “camp,” and that`s the biggest difference between them I think.

Trump is a businessman, property mogul, celebrity TV personality and a political outsider. Clinton has been a part of the “system” in many years and are a political insider. So, if voters have to choose between Trump and Clinton, they are not choosing between a Democrat and a Republican.

It is the Insider against the Outsider.

 

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