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Here's where Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump stand on education Education policy has largely been a second-tier issue in the 2016 presidential election. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, the Democratic and Republican presidential nominees, have focused their comments and discussions mostly on issues like national security, trade, and an email scandal. Still, in Trump's case, education discussions have followed him as he remains enmeshed in multiple lawsuits filed by former ..


Some Catholics aren’t satisfied with both major party 2016 presidential nominees and are scrutinizing other candidates for the nation��...

We were screwed with either presidential candidate, we wanted Bernie, instead we got Hillary, and then since she never held true support, Trump was elected. If there was any rigging, please do bring on action, it would be nice to have a true election, starting with the rightful nominees. We were robbed of Bernie despite landslide support & admiration. Yes, please, let's talk about the fraud & the rigging! You go first, Hillary. You are the reason the country got trumped.

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All the people who were against Donald Trump who are now congratulating him

The 2008 and 2012 GOP presidential nominees who opposed Trump during the election are congratulating him on his victory

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Presidential Election 2016 BUNDLE

Election 2016 BUNDLE: This BUNDLE contains both the complete no-prep unit and the presentation! The unit contains all that you need to teach your students about the 2016 election! It covers both of the current presidential nominees. It also covers the pre

Clinton: 'All I wanted to do was just to curl up' this past week | TheHill But Clinton encouraged her supporters to stay engaged.


Only 9% of America Chose Trump and Clinton as the Nominees

According to analysis, only 14% of 221 million eligible U.S. voters (9% of whole nation of 324 million) chose Trump or Clinton as the 2016 Presidential nominees.