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Ohh Man, They Were Elections!

Ohh Man, They Were Elections!

Nov 9, 2016, 9:10 AM 7
Hello friends and chess players! I must share this, because i think this elections are important for evrybody in the United States and all over the world. I was quite disappointed by the outcome. 
We will not argue here, everyone has the situation certainly a different opinion and I respect him. Anyway, I think that each candidate has its advantages and disadvantages. Even though Donald Trump made me very angry and disappointed about his views on Russia and NATO, which I think is important for the US and Europe as well as actually depends on it throughout the world. On my blog you will see a clear map, where one winner. As you can notice, Donald Trump won mainly in the southern United States, where he was waiting greatest support. Conversely, on the east coast and the west, mainly around Los Angles and New York won
Trump´s competitor Hillary Clinton. The elections will talk for a long time, a lot of people do not know what to expect from the Trump if he will try to do what he promised or not. Maybe this is why a lot of people voted for him. Unlike former President Barack Obama, Trump is the first president who is against the war in the Middle East and reconciliation with Russia. 
As you know, Russia has a problem with almost the entire world, mainly NATO allies, who give Russia a penalty, because Russia has long ago occupied the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea. Therefore, diesel is still so cheap, especially in Europe. The surveys in Europe in countries such as England, France, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic and Italy and many others were for most people Hillery Clinton. Particularly because of threats to NATO and preferences Trump to Russia and China, where totalitarian regimes or partial lack of freedom and censorship. Additionally offended a lot of people with their opinions.
I think it will take a while, if America has made a fatal mistake or done correctly.
by Simon Mara, Student of Berklee College of Music , MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology



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