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In a historic upset, Donald Trump won the 2016 Presidential Election in one of the closest elections in history, marking the second time in less than two decades a presidential candidate has won the presidency without having the majority of the popular vote. Naturally, many Americans are shocked. Protests, riots...
Over the last few weeks, much of the media’s focus has been on Donald Trump’s “locker room talk”following the recordings discovered in which he described sexually harassing women. While these statements are clearly unacceptable, especially from a high-powered individual, the question remains-should this disqualify Trump as a candidate? According to...
The first Presidential debate broke the record as the most watched ever, with the viewership estimated at over 84 million. Here at the University of Rhode Island, a whopping 84 percent of 46 students surveyed said they watched the debate on Sept. 26. Of these students, the overwhelming majority said...
It is often said that young people are too uninformed, too apathetic to vote, and are as such often ignored completely during the election season. It has only been recently, with the rise of former-candidate Bernie Sanders, that young people nationwide began to truly find their voices. But is that...

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