3 Scariest reasons why #DonaldTrump might win

I don’t know about you, but do you have a hunch that the next U.S president will be non other than Donald Trump? Sure he says a lot of controversial things and he says a lot of things that are not true, but you have to give him credit on the following:

1. He capitalises on bad news

Donald trump is known for trying to enforce a ban of Muslims in america as he believes that they are all bad. He makes the assumption that the act of terror on America and the rest of the world will happen again, which will prove his point on the ban. After what happened in Paris, Brussels  and the recent Orlando shootings.

Trumps tweet on Orlando shooting

 2He is very popular on social media –

Despite the fact that he is disliked by most people in this world, he seems to have millions and millions of fans and followers on Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms. Could this mean that most of the people that really dislike him, actually like him? or do people just follow him to see what controversial statement he will make next?

Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump makes a face as he and his wife Melania and members of their family leave the stage at his caucus night rally in Des Moines
Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump makes a face

3. Not many people know much about politics –

Not many people know much about politics and they result to news channels as a source of knowledge on who to vote for. It’s dangerous to vote blindly, especially when trying to choose a leader of a country. The media can influence the choice for a typical voter that does not know anything about politics, and since the media is constantly pumping trump on our TV screens, most Americans may start to feel that he is the only option to choose for president.

If the United States of America is not careful, they may have Donald Trump as their next president, Or, is this what most of the people in America want?

One Reply to “3 Scariest reasons why #DonaldTrump might win”

  1. I think Trump is more likely than not to lose, and lose big. The Electoral College math is against him. To win, he would have to retain all the states Romney did, plus add a few more. Several states have gone from purple to blue, and others from red to purple, since 2012. HRC is more likely to improve on Obama’s 2012 Electoral count than Trump is to improve on Romney’s. Your reasons are interesting, but it’s not a popular vote contest.


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