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Is it the End of the Season of Acrimony?
Is it the End of the Season of Acrimony? email@example.com Vasu Reddy from Chicago
Whosoever is the winner of the 2016 Presidential election should not simply let go of the campaign rhetoric. The winner should go on to establish their individual and unique credentials worthy of the American people’s confidence in electing to the highest office of the nation. The winner should make every effort to address the negativity that came from the opponent to minute detail and let people know the truth behind each acquisition. It is not to suggest look for revenge or getting even, but setting record straight. For once, when such an acrimonious election ends, it also needs closure. Closure only comes with closing the obvious and obnoxious accusations of the acrimonious campaign.
Clinton and/or Trump should save exchanging niceties of election night and focus on the people of the nation, and also one each other to bring a closure to what was said for 16 months or more of campaigning. There is no need to call and offer any kind of consolation or acceptance with an after election phone call, but get to the bottom of each of the accusation that has been thrown at each other, and what was promised in the long electoral process. Do what you said to get elected, and make sure whatever was thrown at you is responded in kind. When the next election comes and same thing happens the, next president will have a precedent to make sure that SOS is not the way to run a nation like the USA.
Democracy and freedom of speech are being really tested to the extreme in 2016. With each presidential election, the acquisitions mostly unsubstantiated have become the norm, and nothing of substance except negativity is coming from spending billions of dollars. The republicans started out with a large scale invasion of candidates, and somehow Trump engineered his way as the Republican Party’s presidential nominee. There was nothing conventional with the Republicans primary process and Trump emerged as the last man standing to represent them.
Enough has been said and written about his style, mostly self proclaimed on how Trump got to be the Republican nominee, and amazingly how he continues to keep being close in the polls as we come to the last day before the 2016 elections. Luckily tomorrow is 11/8/2016, Election Day.
For a fairly wealthy Trump, who is a man of his own style, behavior and speech? Unfortunately for the American public, we have to listen to the gloating, and constantly.
Hillary Clinton has been in politics and public eye, just about all her adult life. (I like Bill Clinton our past president and her husband). Hillary is no saint, and not much can be done in covering anything that she has been involved with. The major bone of contention in this election cycle has been her use of a private email server to conduct government business. Hillary could have simply admitted to using it and accept the political outcry with an apology. Being what she is and her history with politics and experiences with life, she waffled for a while and now her turn to defend the email server, and a tough election. If the email business was not an issue in this election, Hillary would be in a non-contest in this election.
Now that the election is coming to an end, and we will have a winner declared tomorrow (11/8/2016), the winning candidate should make every effort to remove the stigma of the election immediately. To start with take every allegation that were made and either disprove it or defend it. The resolutions to the allegations made in the election cycle will put to bed the dirt, and also will make the next set of candidates be more aware of making same acrimony a part of the elections.
The two things the winner should do immediately;
- Completely defend any acquisitions made by the opponent. Highlight the inaccuracies/inappropriate and present appropriate response to put each such issue to rest to the public. - Find responsible positions to the opponent’s inaccuracies, promises, innuendos and all personal attacks and respond to each of them in kind. Disprove the allegations with facts and responsible counters.After all the new president of the USA doesn’t need a lot of time or resources to counter anything that is not accurate. (Remember the Obama birth certificate issue?). This was also started by Trump. The opponents accusations should be dealt with a response befitting the allegations, and also establish a precedent for future elections and candidates that you simply can’t keep throwing dirt at someone who is going to be the leader of the free world.
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