Hating Donald Trump isn’t enough – we need to talk about why Hillary Clinton rules – The Guardian

I think it’s time for this campaign to start pushing Hillary and no longer attacking Trump. Trump has made his enemies himself. And Hillary needs to talk about her plans and how she would make this country better. We’ve had eight years under President Obama that have been first difficult but through his efforts we have now reached a point where our incomes are growing at a rate that is unprecedented. Hillary needs to talk about this and how she’s going to continue this trend. We’ve heard enough negative news from the Trump campaign now it’s time to be positive.



For Clinton, the general election is about married women. Starting in swing-state Virginia. Washington Post

This is an interesting demographic to go and try to recruit to Hillary’s campaign. They are engaged, they vote, and they care about the future for their children and Families. Donald Trump does not make you feel good about the future. His inconsistent policies and his complete lack of knowledge of how the world works is very obvious to those who are well educated. For example he thinks that if we want a more stable world we need a strong ambassador to the UN. That would be interesting except the UN has absolutely no power. Unless Donald Trump wants the US to cede its power to the general counsel something that would not be a good idea. Being a good businessman and being a good president have different skill sets. Now first of all I am not saying that Donald Trump is a good businessman. He keeps saying that he’s so successful because he has all of these shiny towers named after him. In fact many of those are just license agreements where he doesn’t own the buildings at all. Secondly the way one interacts and government and with foreign governments is completely different than the way one interacts in business. I think that we are going to turn red States blue all over the map in November. Hillary Clinton is going to be the 45th president of the United States if nothing drastic changes between now and November.

Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton meets staff and volunteers at her campaign field office in downtown Oakland, Calif., on Friday.(Melina Mara/The Washington Post)

Trump questions need for NATO, pro-noninterventionist foreign policy-Wash Post

I’m sure this is music to the ears for his base. But let’s face it if United States who creates a vacuum and leaves the world stage something is going to fill that vacuum. And that something is going to be either China or Iran. His simplistic approach to everything makes no sense. He needs to have a coherent foreign policy that does not radically shift into his idea of what would be the perfect paradigm. Now, as in all the issues he has talked about, Donald Trump will be dangerous for our foreign policy.

Trump speaks with Washington Post Publisher Fred Ryan, left, as he departs a meeting with the editorial board of The Washington Post. Editorial page editor Fred Hiatt is on the right. (Bonnie Jo Mount/The Washington Post)

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