This election shouldn’t be about ideology. It’s not just about differences over policy. It truly is about who has the experience and the temperament to serve as president and Commander-in-Chief. Just three weeks ago, 50 Republican national security experts, who served in prior Republican administrations, wrote a letter saying that they will not vote for Donald Trump, because he would be—in their words—“the most reckless President in American history.” The stakes this fall are as high as any election in our lifetimes.
"Human rights are women's rights, and women's rights are human rights." —Hillary in Beijing, 21 years ago today
Thank you #Ohio! I love you! #TrumpTrain #MakeAmericaGreatAgain #USA #TrumpPence16
@realbencarson showing me a massive tree - in his old #Detroit neighborhood that was 2ft - last time he saw it!
I am having an amazing time here in Detroit, with the incredible people - very grateful, THANK YOU!
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As the candidates fight to win the presidency, they continue to use social media to reach America's youth.
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