Which is better: Bernie Sanders or Donald Trump?

The 2016 presidential campaign has been one of the most polarizing in recent memory.

Bernie Sanders is widely seen as a progressive hero, and Trump is seen as the candidate who would bring the worst out of America.

This article looks at which candidate is the better candidate for the American people.

The race is one of two that is on the minds of many people, with the other being Hillary Clinton.

Bernie has been in the spotlight for decades.

He has never been able to get his message out to the American public.

Hillary Clinton has always had her hand in the wheel.

She has been able take advantage of the political power she has wielded to shape American politics.

But Bernie Sanders has made the most of the platform that she has been given.

She is the candidate that Americans have been waiting for, and has the most to gain from it.

Hillary has done everything she can to distance herself from Trump, but that has not been enough.

She continues to work hard to get the American electorate to turn out to vote for her.

While Bernie is often the best-known politician in the country, there is no doubt that Hillary has been the most effective and most effective of the two in terms of reaching the American voter.

The next presidential race is on our minds.

In this piece, we take a look at which candidates have the most potential to win the presidency, and which have the best chance to do so.

The election will be held on November 8th.

The Democrats and Republicans are locked in a tight race for the White House, and it will be a very close contest.

There is a lot of momentum going for either candidate.

The two candidates have had a long, close relationship, and have a lot to gain by winning over the voters.

The most likely winner is Hillary Clinton, who has the vast majority of delegates.

The Republicans have a much larger number of delegates, but the Democrats are still a clear favorite.

In fact, we could see this race swing in the other direction.

There are a number of other factors that could sway the election.

The first is the fate of the economy.

The economy is going through a very difficult period right now, with job losses, economic uncertainty, and a lack of growth in the labor market.

The country has been dealing with these issues for some time.

The Fed and the Federal Reserve Board have not made any policy changes since they were elected.

It is likely that this will continue, with more Fed tightening, more negative interest rates, and higher inflation.

The President has indicated that he would like to raise the minimum wage to $10 an hour.

This would help to stabilize the economy and create jobs.

This is not a policy that the Democrats have endorsed.

This will be another issue where the Democrats will be able to use the opportunity to paint the Republicans as anti-business and anti-working people.

In addition, the Republicans are likely to make some policy changes to try to help them retain the Senate, and they have a very strong majority in the Senate.

In the Senate itself, Democrats have a clear advantage.

The Republican Majority has 54 seats, and the Republicans have 45.

With a very conservative voting record, the majority of Republican Senators have voted for the Federal government in the past, and these Senators are very likely to oppose a hike in the minimum wages.

The second issue that may be impacting the race is foreign policy.

Donald Trump is an isolationist.

He would not like to see any country involved in any sort of conflict.

This could make it hard for him to convince Americans that he is a strong leader, and therefore an effective commander in chief.

Bernie, on the other hand, has said that he supports an independent NATO, and he has called for a stronger military in Europe.

Trump and the other candidates have made it clear that they will not back down from this position.

They have said that they support NATO, that they would defend our allies, and that they believe that the United States has a responsibility to help those countries defend themselves.

The last thing that any candidate should be doing is making the world more dangerous by making them more isolated.

That will not help us in the long run.

The third issue that could potentially sway the race has to do with foreign policy itself.

Bernie and the Democrats, like many Republicans, have been reluctant to criticize the president.

But the Republican Party is much more isolated and has little credibility in the eyes of the American American people, particularly the young ones.

Donald has also had to deal with an incredibly unpopular president.

In general, Americans like Donald Trump.

He is not afraid to say what he thinks, and many of the policies he has been pushing are in line with the views of the majority.

If Trump does not get elected, the next president will have to make a decision on whether to continue supporting the American military and their allies in the region, or whether to push for American military intervention in the Middle East.

This makes for an interesting political choice.

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