Will America's Next President Affect Other Countries?

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Thread Topic: Will America's Next President Affect Other Countries?

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    Kish Expert
    What do you think?
    I for example live in a country where its economy is plummeting to the bottom once again
    I heard how Trump "claims" he can remove our current president from power although its all the way in Africa, and what happens here is none of his business anyway...
    I just feel Hillary should be the next president, although she will just be a puppet for Bill who will be indirectly the president once again
    Trump isn't educated in politics, has no idea about 95% of the things he talks about...on the other hand, neither do I xD
    But lets all face it, since America is the most powerful country in the world (almost) I am sure their next president will really affect other places...but how
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    Me, duhhhhhh you sand b------. Now give me money.
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    Paige_ Junior
    Of course it will, but it depends on who wins the election. It could either be positive or negative. But everyone's leader affects everyone.
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    aadee Advanced
    Trump will affect India-Pakistan relationship.
    America has always favoured Pak while they act like they don't, but Trump has always spoken in favour of India.
    The POTUS always affects the world.
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    imafancyjag Novice
    Aadee you're entitled to your own opinion bit stop blaming stuff on the U.S. you guys would have been better off with British (you're in India right) cause when I see the starving children there it makes me sad and we all know the U.S didsome pretty stupid stuff but eeveryone country doe something stupid its what makes us human and a country making mistakes and learning from. But the U.S.knows Pakistan has nuclear weapons and anytime they could be trading nuclear weapons to India not saying India is a bad country but thats what I have to say
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    aadee Advanced
    How did Pak acquire nuclear weapons? Of course, US has been helping it all the time.

    Starving children? In a country with 1.25 billion people, when the government tells them to have a maximum of 2 kids, these people have 10. What will happen to the children? They'll starve.
    Why only India? You can see them in Africa, North Korea and Middle east as well. Why, don't children starve in the Americas?
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    imafancyjag Novice
    True got me on there but not to be rude but listen to news pak has nuclear weapons and its like China you're only aloud 1 kid? In China if have more what don't they invade they're the most powerful country now why don't and the U.S hold more money and has to give more money to China but what do they do stay in China hacking away at trees and why can't you guys just be with British your better off any way cause we try to help you like the UN law states all other country's have to to help in a way but I'm not rude you're entitled to your opinion and I hold nothing against that but still our world is falling a part all humans want now is greed like Adam and eve they were greedy and took the apple anyway so
  • I am a staunch supporter of Trump and yes the next president will effect the other countries too specially it's allies.
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    The Geek Expert
    The british were a dick to india.
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    lazermazer Novice
    trump becomes prez. we build a worthless wall. anothed reason why the drug lords have underground raikways
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    Queen Tasha Novice
    Well, Donald Trump has bankrupted MANY companies he's owned. The world market is based off of America, so if Trump becomes president... Then the world market will estimate that he will bankrupt America. The world market will crash, causing the next Great Depression. People from other countries WILL be affected. We have no control of it... Our future lies in the voters of America.
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    Infinity Advanced
    Definitely, any of the US's presidents will affect current and future alliances with other countries.
    If Trump becomes president, I'm worried for our foreign relations. For example, he already managed to piss off or offend half of the nation, so what does that say for the rest of the world?
    I would rather have Hillary be president, but then again I dislike both candidates. This presidential race has been very controversial.

    And @imafancyjag, please learn to use periods and commas when you type. No offense, but reading your posts gave me a headache and makes understanding what you mean difficult.
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    Queen Tasha Novice
    The scary part is... We have NO control over the choices of America... (I'm Canadian)
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    IHLAOY Advanced
    -Implying Trump has bankrupted many companies.

    Six out of one hundred and fifty is not many. It's barely even a percentage.

    -Implying the world market is based out of America.

    Holy s---, can you BE more egotistical? America is not the EU, if one currency is weak, others will rise to take it's place. It's happened for millions of years.

    -Implying Trump would piss off foreign relations

    The man is the owner of over 150 different business. He knows how to negotiate. This entire idea that he'd somehow forget literally dozens of years of diplomatic experience just because he's talking to someone foreign is ludicrous.

    Now lets be real, if the choice is truly between Clinton and Donald, you should choose Donald. Clinton is so incredibly corrupt that I'm amazed she hasn't been arrested yet. (Must be the 'mysterious' deaths of literally everyone who speaks against her, eh?) At least for Donald, you can claim he has America's best interests at heart. Which, considering what a s--- show your politics are, is really all you can hope for.
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    Queen Tasha Novice
    Well, IHLAOY, thanks for making me laugh!!! LOL

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