Is Trump the people's President

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Is Trump the people's President

We examine the claims that Donald Trump was not a democratically elected leader if the United States

Friday 20th January 2017 will be a day that will go down in history, as the day Donald J. Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States. He won the Presidency with 47% of the popular vote, and 306 electoral delegate votes. His election has also been one of the most contentious and controversial political events in modern memory. Trump has divided the nation: some see his election as a breakaway from the elitist politics of Washington, towards a new system that will “Make America Great Again”. Others see Trump as Racist, Misogynistic, focused solely on the interests of Big business and a danger to the security of the United States. Yet his election has given rise to a new debate across the nation – as to whether Trump is a truly democratically elected president? Should the electoral system be reformed? Is Trump the People’s President, or put there through manipulation and circumstance?

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