Donald Trump Election and Administration Student’s Name University Affiliation Donald Trump Election and Administration The American 2016 Presidential election is one of the recent most interesting election cycles in the country's history. From the start the Democrats had two candidates that was Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Both Clinton and Bernie Sanders have been long in American politics. On the other hand the Republicans presented two non-politicians Donald Trump and Ben Carson alongside other presidential hopefuls like John Kasich who was Ohio Governor and Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio who were Congressmen (Winders 2016). Trump got more support and it was clear that none of his opponents who get the support that could measure his in the republican. The other candidates therefore dropped out of the race and trump remained de-facto Republican nominee. The paper will discuss the 2016 general election the election of Donald Trump over seemed to support controversial economic issues. The attitude has formed part of Trump administration as he is able to sign controversial Acts and even to consider withdrawing American from some Agreements. Trump administration is expected to bring more controversial changes that seem to draw sharp criticism from their opposes and strong support from those who support them. References Denton R. E. (2017). The 2016 US Presidential Campaign: Political Communication and Practice. Cham Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan. Martin P. L. (2017). Election of Donald Trump and migration. Migration Letters 14(1) 161-171. McCall L. & Orloff A. S. (2017). The multidimensional politics of inequality: taking stock of identity politics in the U.S. Presidential election of 2016. British Journal Of Sociology. Pascouau Y. (2016). EU migration policies after the US elections: pushing the limits? EPC Commentary 15 November 2016. WINDERS J. (2016). Immigration and the 2016 Election. Southeastern Geographer 56(3) 291-296. [...]
Please read the attached Word Document carefully before bidding. This is a current event paper that needs to be written on a topic of a current event of your choosing that has to do with American government and/or politics, which may include elections, or things that the President, Congress, the courts, or bureaucracy have done lately, or anything else dealing with the Federal Government.