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    Why Donald Trump won the elections? Best explanation!

    The win of Donald Trump in the elections was one of the most unexpected things that everyone thought of. Though Simpsons predicted the future it all happened all the same. No one really knows what all happened that let to the defeat of Hillary Clinton. Lets have a look at the best explanation we got here with us :
    Donald Trump won thanks to the Democrats. So if that was your party, you have them to blame. As a preface, I am writing this from a neutral, objective standpoint. Let’s start with the key factor here. It’s summed up in one slogan:

    The Silent Majority

    "The silent majority stands with Trump." Remember this quote on those signs being held by his supporters? It served as both a slogan and, as we have found out… It was a warning. A warning that went completely unheeded by every major news outlet. They laughed it off. "That’s great kids, but Clinton has the vocal majority, good game." And yet the election results prove that the slogan was indeed true.
    A huge silent majority overwhelmed the predicted polling outcome. Why was this the key factor? And why were the polls so radically off? For starters, the Democrats made a terrible assumption, one that hadn’t caused them any trouble up until now: They assumed that states that historically voted blue would continue to do so. And this is where it all goes down.
    Every polling prediction used this assumption as a starting point, taking them for granted. They focused heavily on battleground states, ignoring the possibility that their home base was susceptible to attack. They ignored the warning of a silent majority. Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan have been blue for the past two decades. This election, each one flipped red, undermining the core of pundit predictions.
    It was precisely when this flip happened that everyone started panicking and Clinton’s odds of winning plummeted. The silent majority struck, and it struck hard. But why were they silent up until now?
    The Clinton campaign made it acceptable, trendy, and cool to hate Donald Trump supporters The Clinton campaign colluded with major media news outlets (as evidenced from Wikileaks) and constantly pumped out negative videos of Donald Trump while largely ignoring the constant scandals Hillary found herself in. In his speeches, Donald Trump often made remarks of certain minority groups.

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    "MAGA" was reaching out to those who felt their concerns were being ignored by the party that had ruled for the past two terms. It showed that their problems were being acknowledged, at the very least. And what voters saw in this attempted rebuttal, was the Democratic party once again sweeping their concerns under the rug, telling disillusioned members who had voted for them before that the country was already great and that no change was necessary. "Make America Great Again" resonated with those who wanted solutions.
    Meanwhile, the Clinton campaign struggled for a while to come up with a good slogan. At first, they resorted to simple statements on her website, such as "We cannot afford a Donald Trump presidency." Not too inspirational. Who’s the one running the fear campaign now? Then they shopped around some more, and ultimately settled on "I’m With Her". This was used all the way through Election Day. Not only did their indecisiveness on a catchy slogan hurt their marketplace exposure time (and people who work in branding will know this all too well) but the slogan itself was hardly inspirational to those with legitimate concerns.

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    And then they struck. On Election Day, the silent majority flipped the predictions (by FiveThirtyEight, the supposed gold standard) by turning crucial historically blue states red, and then continuing the rampage. As the map started bleeding red in parts it shouldn’t have, the media outlets panicked.
    It was easy enough before the election to claim that there was no way for Donald Trump to win, in hopes of discouraging voters. But they were powerless when the actual election was underway.
    The above graphic shows how every mainstream media prediction was wildly inaccurate. Many who gambled on the election and lost money can thank the mainstream media for influencing them. This is a historic election that will go down in the books.
    Trump fought against a ridiculously large gauntlet of contenders in the primaries and won. He fought against his own party refusing to back him. He recovered from his own party betraying him after his leaked comments about grabbing women. He fought against every underhanded tactic the DNC threw at him, media collusion, every mainstream media outlet being against him, his supporters being silenced, and won. Has there ever been another moment in history when a billionaire was the underdog?

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    "America is suffering. Unemployment is high, and worse, the government is trying to distort statistics to show otherwise"
    This is just unfounded, conspiracy theory BS. By any objective measure, Obama dragged the US out of the depths of the Great Recession and brought improvements to middle class earnings for the first time in 30 years. All of that progress is about to be lost.
    The media wasn’t too hard on Trump — they weren’t hard enough. Stirring up racist sentiment, openly bragging about committing sexual assault, threatening to throw your opponent (who hasn’t been charged with a crime) into prison if you win — these are things fascists do and say.
    Trump wasn’t supported by the majority. The majority voted for Clinton. Trump won based on the uneducated rural vote, which is given disproportionate weight by the electoral college. These people are the ones living in a bubble. The rest of us know people of other ethnicities, religions, and sexual orientations. We understand that they’re now threatened by this fascist president.

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    How do you explain that people who voted for Obama twice now voted Trump? What do they have in common? A message of change. Not more racism or sexism. The citizens rightfully recognized that the current system is failing them. How can you blame them? The banks and bankers got saved, the people lost their homes. How is that fair? The influence of big money in Washington is so obvious to a point that politicians are not even hiding it anymore. How can this work for a long period of time? That trump became the vessel for this against Hillary who stands for this current system like almost no other is unfortunate, but is explaexplain without insulting his voter base.



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