They said

They said, Hillary Rodham Clinton was well known to all, they said she’s a trained attorney, former secretary of state in the Obama administration, former senator from New York, and former first lady.

They said she would be the Next President of US. Her supporters were President Obama (and wife Michelle) and i would guess 95 % of the Democratic Party, She was also backed by many Hollywood Entertainers such as

Others said “Lock her Up” while DJT called her Crooked Hillary

And, Then there was The Republicans


They painted …. Donald J Trump (DJT) as A brash real-estate heir turned real-estate failure turned recovered mogul turned reality-TV star turned politician.

They said DJT had only angry white men supporting him, white supremacists to aging white people who feel their clout is being lost and the country they know is being taken over by minorities.

Notes from 2016 campaigns

April 12, 2015, when former Secretary of State and New York Senator Hillary Clinton formally announced her second bid for the presidency.  2,382 delegate votes needed to win the Democratic National Convention.  some might say Hillary R. Clinton stole it from Bernie Sanders.  Final Delegate count HRC 2,842 BS 1,865

Notes from the Democrat primary:

Clinton won Iowa by the closest margin in the history of the state’s Democratic caucus.  On July 26, 2016, the Democratic National Convention officially nominated Clinton for President and Virginia Senator Tim Kaine for Vice President.

The Republican field began with 17 candidates, 16 of whom have dropped out.  The Democratic contest quickly became a two-man race between Clinton and Sanders after Martin O’ Malley dropped out after the Iowa Caucus.

On July 12, 2016 Bernie Sanders endorsed Hillary Rodham Clinton for president.  The race to become America’s 45th president made headlines throughout 2016, and Wisconsin played a role.

Billionaire businessman Donald Trump beat former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

In typical presidential election cycles, it’s pretty clear who the major-party nominees will be before the primary process gets to Wisconsin.

In late March, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were the front-runners. But Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz won Wisconsin’s April primary in convincing fashion.

Sanders defeated Clinton by a 14 percentage point margin. But because of the Democratic Party’s “super delegate” rules, Sanders only received two more Wisconsin delegates than Clinton.

Cruz beat Trump in Wisconsin by 13 percentage points. Trump struggled here as he was criticized by conservative talk radio and Governor Walker endorsed Cruz.

Trump and Clinton rebounded from the Wisconsin losses and became their party’s presidential nominees.

The first debate between Trump and Clinton was the most-watched in the 60-year history of televised presidential debates.

*Trump was the first Republican to carry Wisconsin’s electoral votes in 32 years.

Trump finished with 304 Electoral College votes and Clinton had 227. However, Clinton won the popular vote by more than 2.8 million votes. Clinton is the first presidential nominee to win the popular vote but lose the Electoral College since 2000.

The Green Party’s Jill Stein requested and received the first presidential recount since that 2000 election. Stein didn’t have proof but claimed the election was hacked in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania — three states Trump won by close margins. Wisconsin’s recount is the only one that was completed, and it verified Trump’s 23,000 vote victory over Clinton.


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