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I think the right/left distinction removes a lot of important information from view.

Will the fact that Trump is a person who sees no problem to forge documents to present in a debate and who thinks he should be able to sue newspapers for writing hit pieces on him, effect the policies of his administration? His administration would likely use the capabilities that the government has via the NSA for political purposes in a way that the other Republican candidates and the Democratic candidates wouldn't.

Topics such as amnesty for illegal immigrants are different. Trump currently proposes a plan that would give most illegal immigrants in the US a legal status that they would receive by leaving the US and then returning. I think there a good chance that more people who are currently in the US illegally would have a legal status under a Trump presidency than under a Clinton presidency.






I suspect that most Republicans (including those who dislike Trump) do not rank HRC personal integrity significantly above Trump. In any case, it is fear of impeachment rather than personal integrity that usually restrains most presidents from abusing their powers. Popular presidents who have the support of the Senate and of the Supreme Court tend to get a lot more leeway.
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who thinks he should be able to sue newspapers for writing hit pieces on him,


And this differs from Hillary, how?
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