Which presidential candidate is the most dangerous?

An examination of how Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton fare against a backdrop of escalating domestic and international threats.

By Sam RobertsJanuary 18, 2021 at 6:58:54I know what you’re thinking: The first question that comes to mind is “who’s the most irresponsible?”

Well, maybe not the one who started the whole thing.

The answer is neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump.

They’re both dangerous because they are both dangerous.

Trump is a dangerous and dangerous man.

He is a man who will do anything to get what he wants.

That’s why he’s the least popular president in American history.

And yet, he’s still in office.

That is, of course, until he’s impeached.

Trump is the only president to have had to be impeached before his presidency has ended.

This is the reason the American people are so frustrated.

The American people know the country is in crisis.

But the way that crisis has been handled is a disaster for the American citizenry.

And the way the American public has been treated by the Trump administration is a tragedy.

This is why it is so important that the American voters know who is the more dangerous man in America right now.

Trump has the highest approval ratings of any sitting president.

He’s the only one who has a higher approval rating than George W. Bush.

But in his first 100 days in office, Trump has shown a willingness to push people toward violence.

He’s even made a mockery of the idea of the separation of powers in the U.S. This idea has never been part of American history and yet Trump is making it an integral part of his campaign.

Trump wants to dismantle the federal government.

This means the end of the Federal Reserve, the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, the dismantling of the Clean Water Act, and the dismantling and dismantling of environmental protections like the Clean Air Act and the Clean Food and Drug Act.

In his first two months in office Trump has reversed some of the most important environmental and health and safety laws in the country, including the Endangered Species Act.

He has even moved to dismantle protections for the environment, including regulations on coal mining, fracking, and oil and gas extraction.

Trump’s agenda will be bad for the country.

It will lead to more job losses and more unemployment.

And it will lead us into an economic depression.

In short, Trump’s plan is bad for America.

That makes him a dangerous man who should be stopped at all costs.

But Trump’s dangerousness is not limited to his rhetoric.

The more than 30 times Trump has said or done something that could result in a lawsuit, deportation, or death, the more Americans are seeing the Trump brand in their lives.

The Trump brand is so embedded in American life that Americans don’t even realize it anymore.

Americans are starting to understand the dangerousness of Trump’s policies.

When he speaks, he makes people believe that they can go around the country and get whatever they want, anytime, anywhere, and it’s legal.

He even has the power to arrest anyone who tries to protest his agenda.

His policies are so dangerous because he is the first president to use the executive branch to push back against a democratically elected government.

Trump will do whatever he can to keep the people who have elected him in power.

This past week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case called United States v.


This case has a lot to do with the way Trump is handling immigration, especially immigration from Mexico.

Trump was elected president with a mandate to build a wall between the United States and Mexico.

The U.N. General Assembly voted to allow Mexico to pay for a wall.

Mexico did not pay for the wall, and Trump then threatened to withhold billions of dollars in U.K. aid if the U and Mexico did pay for it.

When Mexico refused, Trump threatened to pull U.,S.

aid to Mexico, cut U. S. diplomatic ties with Mexico, and to suspend immigration to Mexico from other countries.

The president who said that the wall was not going to happen, Trump is now threatening to withhold U.s $50 billion in aid to the U.,S.

and Mexico and to stop sending U. s aid to other countries if Mexico does not pay its bill.

Trump has repeatedly promised to build the wall between Mexico and the United Sates and to build it in a way that Mexico will not pay.

But Trump has not done so.

He said the wall will cost $10 billion.

It actually costs more.

It costs about $10,000 to build one mile of a wall, but the money would be much higher if the wall were to be built by Mexican workers.

Trump also threatened to impose tariffs of 20 percent on Mexico if it did not make up the difference.

He threatened to withdraw the U s $50bn in U s aid and cut U s foreign aid to Canada and the U S.

The Trump administration has also threatened the U,S., and Canada with tariffs