With just weeks to go, the search for the 45th President of the United States is getting increasingly tighter and fractious. ‘India Global Business’ evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of the two main candidates – Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton – to see what India has in store under a new US President.
Traditionally, the 50 states vote either for the Republican or Democrat candidate largely on a set pattern based on the two parties’ take on a host of issues that confront the world’s most powerful country. This time around, the challenge posed by multi-billionaire businessman Donald Trump – the outsider – who first confounded everyone when he became the Republican candidate and has continued to befuddle his critics and political experts alike with his strong campaign, has added much spice to the election. Trump does not have a political legacy and lacks experience in fighting electoral battles. Yet, he has used his position as a rank outsider to question the prevailing political discourse and funnel the disenchantment among the people against the political “elites” as a whole. Login
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