Why I Support Trump, And I am NOT Ashamed!
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Why I Support Trump, And I am NOT Ashamed!

We need a President who can be strong, stand up, and fight for what is right for us.

Why I Support Trump, And I am NOT Ashamed!
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In light of the presidential elections coming up, and being a first-time voter, I've felt that this election could be the most important one. At this point in time, our country is at a make-or-break point. We suffer from terrorist attacks, debt, taxes, and we are at a point where our own people are fighting against each other. We live in a world where common core is taught to children, and our Second Amendment right is on the line. We live in a world where God and the Bible are frowned upon in an open discussion at school or any religion at that. We need a President who can be strong, stand up, and fight for what is right for us. Working middle-class people need a person to back them up, and to help drive up employment opportunities for the unemployed. Someone who will use the government money to help support disabled people who can not work, and veterans (or anyone) who suffer from chronic mental illness. Not someone who will make it easier to live off the government than it is to live off a hard earned paycheck.

I am supporting Trump because I cannot trust Clinton. But most importantly, Trump speaks to the general public. He is a businessman, not a politician. At this point, I think having someone like that will benefit us. He is extreme, but he is extreme for our best interest. He wants nothing more but to protect this country. Clinton, on the other hand, has killed, committed treason, and went behind OUR country's back. Mass media has made it look more, and more like Trump is the worse of the two evils, but in reality, the media is almost always wrong. Trump has spent less time, and money on advertising aginst Hilliary Clinton, and I commend him on that. It shows his confidence, and that he has loyal supporters to back him up.

Most importantly if you are trying to decide between if you want to vote in this crazy election, or not. PLEASE do! Your vote matters, especially the younger ones like me. We are the future of this country, and we deserve to have our right to pick our President. Make sure you're registered to vote!

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