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The Clinton's accused for wasting Haiti recovery fund

The Clinton's accused for wasting Haiti recovery fund

Six years after the earthquake, a majority of Haiti is still in disrepair. In last March, some Haitians protested outside of the Clinton Foundation in New York. As per their claim 'Clinton Foundation' has stolen ¡°billions of dollars¡± which was meant to help rebuild Haiti after the devastating 2010 earthquake. In an earlier protest in January, they had alleged that the Foundation wasted money more than $10 billion and awarded contracts to non-Haitian companies where Haiti was used as a cover to receive kickbacks. The activists claimed that Bill Clinton stole that amount of money through the 'Haiti Reconstruction Commission' which was headed by none other than himself and the evidence of these crimes, over 32,000 emails, were deleted by Hillary Clinton from her email account which was connected to a privately-owned server, instead of government email accounts maintained on secured federal servers. A book published in March 2015, was titled as "Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich.¡± The book investigates the connections between the Clintons' wealth, the Clinton Foundation, and decisions Hillary Clinton made as the Secretary of State.

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Hillary Clinton Stopped Haiti from Increasing Minimum Wage

Hillary Clinton Stopped Haiti from Increasing Minimum Wage

Haiti supplies the U.S tons of affordable clothing from big-name brands like Levi¡¯s, Hanes and Polo. Its main advantage over other countries is not only its proximity to the U.S, Haiti's people work for peanut; they work for slave wages, less than $5 a day and the U.S clothing manufacturers, outsource their manufacturing to places like Haiti specifically because they can get away with paying slave wages. Recently, New York and California adopted a $15 statewide minimum wage and both the Democratic presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, had advocated extending the policy nationwide. However, Hillary had a different take on Haiti on wage increase. In 2009, when Bill Clinton was setting up one of his family¡¯s shell companies in New York, during that same year, Hillary was at the State Department working with U.S. corporations to pressure Haiti not to increase its minimum wage from 27 cents to 61 cents per hour and decided to get the U.S. Department of State involved to try and pressure Haiti¡¯s government to keep the wage raise down. In 2011, their mission was successful, the factory owners were agreed to pay only 31 cents per hour or about $2.50 a day, instead of 62 cents or $5 a day. People from the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere continued to work for worse slave wages than they otherwise would have, all so U.S. corporations could take home higher profits. As of 2008, Hanes employed 3,200 Haitians for $2 a day and paid about 1.6 million per year. Hanesbrands Inc made $211 million profit on $4.3 billion in sales in 2008 --- the profit is nearly 132 times more than what they paid to poor Haitian workers. Hillary truly deserves big thanks from the U.S clothing manufacturers.

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Donald Trump's net worth estimated at $4.5 billion in 2016

Donald Trump's net worth estimated at $4.5 billion in 2016

Donald Trump has an estimated net worth of $4.5 billion as of April 2016, according to Forbes. Donald Trump talks big. Long before he started spinning and exaggerating things on his campaign trail, he himself upgraded the rating of his Trump University¡¯s Better Business Bureau to "A" grade. Recently, he has inflated and amplified the fortune he holds more than by 100%. In last May, Trump in a statement posted to his campaign site claimed that he is worth at least $10 billion and his worth had even increased in the year since he began his campaign. In 2015, when Trump began his presidential campaign, Bloomberg estimated his worth at $2.9 billion. During the same period, Fortune and a number of publications placed him between $3.7 and $3.9 million. As per Forbes, their consistent tracking of Trump's wealth since 1982 reveals that, the value of Trump's property in September 2015, including the value of his various aircrafts and licensing in his name, could reach a maximum total of $4.5 billion. Trump has consistently exaggerated how much he owns and downplayed how much he owes. So far, Trump has spent only $18 million of his $4.5 billion fortune on the campaign and his campaign has raised $25 million for him. Forbes placed him on the 324 rank on the World Billionaires list 2016 (Rank No: 405 on 2015) and rank 113 in the U.S, during 2016.

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Donald Trump on Megyn Kelly

Donald Trump on Megyn Kelly

Here is Donald Trump taking aim at Fox News anchor, Megyn Kelly.

On May 17, 2016, Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly, debuted her primetime special ¡(r)Megyn Kelly¡¯ Presents. The big attraction of the night was her sit-down with the Republican Party nominee, presumptive presidential candidate Donald Trump. We might remember that in last year, on August 6th, Kelly had to respond Trump's personal attack, because Trump felt she unfairly questioned his antagonistic remarks about women. Kelly asked him about his history of calling women ¡°pigs, dogs, slobs, and disgusting animals. Later, in his Twitter, Trump called Kelly a ¡°bimbo,¡± ¡°crazy,¡± and a ¡°lightweight,¡± and refused to participate in the next debate since Kelly was to serve as one of the moderators. In last April, Kelly mate met privately with Trump and asked for a truce and requested a seat in her primetime special. Kelly is a very popular anchor because she has never shied away from the tough questions. This time she asked Trump about his presidential aspirations, failed marriages, and his alcoholic brother. She also asked him whether he has any regrets over any controversial remarks. Trump said, yes, but he does not want to them discuss here. When finally Kelly asked him about the last feud and calling her 'bimbo', he said ¡°Did I say that?¡±, ¡°Okay, excuse me. That¡¯s not the most horrible thing. Over your life, you¡¯ve been called a lot worse¡± .The program ended in a formal way, but Kelly did not get the apology she deserved.

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Donald Trump, "Take America Back"

Donald Trump,

Donald Trump and his famous statement: "Take America Back". Donald Trump has become famous for his campaign of insult comedy, but unfortunately some of his remarks have inspired some of supremacist groups, like the KKK (Ku Klux Klan), to recruit members to their racist organizations. To him Mexicans are rapists, all Muslims hate Americans and he vowed to build a wall to keep immigrants out of the United States. He wants to take back America in the olden era when there was no immigrant in the country. Following the declaration of Britain's 'Brexit' referendum result, Trump landed in Scotland. He congratulated the Scot people for their vote to take their country back and declared that the U.S would be the next. Because, on November 8th, the U.S people will vote for him and he will take America back to the days of independence and re-start from the beginning. He then added, "Americans will have a chance to vote for trade, immigration and foreign policies that put our citizens first. They will have the chance to reject today's rule by the global elite, and to embrace real change that delivers a government of, by and for the people." However, the problem was Scotland didn¡¯t vote to ¡(r)Leave¡¯ the UK. Scotland voted to stay in the EU by 62% to 38% in the referendum!

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Donald Trump and his famous statement about Women

Donald Trump and his famous statement about Women

Do you think Donald Trump has any respect for women?

Donald Trump has become famous for his campaign of insult comedy. He just can¡¯t seem to stop himself from insulting his opponents. Though the real-estate magnate says he generally only attacks people who go after him first, but he never stopped, rather continued his nicknaming during his 2016 campaign, lashed out at rivals, business partners, and the media. To him Mexicans are rapists; all Muslims hate Americans and vowed to build a wall to keep immigrants out of the United States. No person other than Jeb Bush is his biggest target for abuse. He calls him "low energy", "weak", "puppet", "he will NEVER make American great again¡±, and ¡°A total embarrassment to both himself and his family". Some of his other insults include: On Rick Perry, "should be forced to take an IQ test"; On Ben Carson, ¡°has never created a job in his life (well, maybe a nurse)"; On Marco Rubio, "couldn't even respond properly to President Obama's State of the Union Speech without pouring sweat & chugging water"; On Barack Obama, "Is our president insane?"; On Hillary Clinton, ¡°SHE HAS NO STRENGTH OR STAMINA¡±; On George Pataki, "couldn't be elected dog catcher if he ran again"; On Glenn Beck, "always seems to be crying (worse than Boehner) ¡­ a real nut job!"; On Juan Williams, "you never speak well of me & yet when I saw you at Fox you ran over like a child and wanted a picture". Perhaps his biggest insult was to his closest rival Hillary Clinton. Trump once remarked: "If Hillary Clinton can't satisfy her husband, what makes her think she can satisfy America?"

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Donald Trump insulting other candidates

Donald Trump insulting other candidates

Here is Donald Trump insulting the other candidates. Low-energy Jeb, Little Marco, Lyin' Ted, Crooked Hillary

One of the best things that Donald Trump has done very well in this campaign season is bestowing catchy nicknames upon his friends and foes, actually, mostly foes. He has a knack for nicknames, because he believes a nickname can hurt and speak a lot about a person. Men give nicknames as a way of being affectionate without compromising masculinity. Abraham Lincoln was known as ¡(r)Honest Abe¡¯, Vice President Dick Cheney was known as 'Big Time', Joseph Vissarionovich was known as 'Stalin', (Russian word §ã§ä§'§Ý§î or stal) meaning "Steel", Che Guevara¡¯s name was Ernesto ¡ª Che translated that as ¡(r)hey¡¯. Trump's nicknames are often insulting, although he does not care much about that. He uses them at rallies, in debates and especially on Twitter. Here is a short list that includes some of the nicknames which he uses very often: Low-energy Jeb (John Ellis "Jeb" Bush: since: Twitter, on April 25, 2016) Crazy Bernie (Senator Bernie Sanders: since Campaign rally in Pensacola, Florida, on January 13, 2016), Crooked Hillary (Hillary Clinton: since Campaign rally in Watertown, New York, on April 16, 2016), Lyin' Ted (Senator Ted Cruz: since Campaign rally in Columbus, Ohio, on March 1, 2016), Little Marco (Junior Senator Marco Rubio: since Campaign rally in Columbus, Ohio, on March 1, 2016), and Truly Weird Rand Paul (Senator Rand Paul).

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Donald Trump to build border wall to keep immigrants out

Donald Trump to build border wall to keep immigrants out

Donald Trump has a plan to build border wall to keep immigrants out. He says he would build the wall & force Mexico to pay for it as president by threatening to cut off the flow of billions of dollars in payments that immigrants send home to Mexico.

In last April, Trump said he will force Mexico, a key regional ally of the U.S, to build a border wall stretching 1,000 miles, nearly the length of the southern border. The act of building the wall will be followed by a mass deportation, which will put all the illegal immigrants on the other side of the wall. In an earlier occasion, he made it clear that 'the United States without any illegal immigrant' is going to be one of his main campaign themes. He had further added that if Mexico does not pay a one time payment of $5--$10 billion for the wall, he would amend the rules of money transfer to Mexico. In 2015, nearly $25 billion was sent home by the Mexicans living abroad as per Mexican central bank's report (Banco de M¨¦xico or Banxico) and as per Trump, ¡°the majority of that amount came from illegal aliens

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Donald Trump wants to Make America Great Again

Donald Trump wants to Make America Great Again

Here is Donald Trump and his popular statement: 'I will Make America Great Again.

Many of the Republican Party¡¯s leaders and elected officials, who fought against Trump during the primary, are still reluctant to endorse him as the party's nominee to contest the United States¡¯ presidential election in November. Trump, now, aligning some of his policy proposals with the mainstream Republican ideas while maintaining his distinctive identity. People have listened his new promise from Richmond on Friday night, June 12, 2016: "Make America Great Again". This slogan was first used by Ronald Reagan during his 1980 presidential campaign when the United States was suffering from a worsening economy, marked by high unemployment and inflation. The word "Again" clearly indicates Trump¡¯s open admission that the superpower of the planet earth is on a decline. To make this slogan one of the important themes of his campaign, and in a bid to popularize the slogan, he was wearing hat bearing the phrase.

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The History Behind Donald Trump "Small Hands"

The History Behind Donald Trump

The History Behind Donald Trump "Small Hands"

The Republican presidential nominee insisted that his hands are Strong and of Good size in a political debate.

The history behind Donald Trump's 'small hands' dates back to more than a quarter of a century ago when Graydon Carter, the editor of Vanity Fair referred him as a ¡°short-fingered vulgarian¡± in the pages of Spy magazine. Till today, Carter receives occasional envelopes from Trump with photos of his palm; generally they are from tear sheets of magazines. In all the photos, his palms are circled in gold Sharpie in a valiant effort to highlight the length of his fingers, and also they are marked with words in gold Sharpie: ¡°See, not so short!¡± But to Carter, the fingers still look abnormally stubby. Once he returned some pictures with a note saying, ¡°Actually, quite short.¡± However, Trump believes he has good-sized hands, because his supporters tell him, you have great hands, very strong hands. Your hands are fine and quite normal. Even in an article (Titled as: Donald Trump Gets What He Wants) published in GQ magazine (May 1984), Graydon Carter described Trump's hands as "The six-foot-two-inch frame is trim but well-nourished. The hands are small and neatly groomed." Recently, a pun ad declared: ¡°needs "a president who can grasp the complexity of the world and hold off the decline of a great nation."

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