Donald Trump’s campaign – highs and lows

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Following Donald Trump’s victory in the recent Presidential Election in the United States,
we looked back at his campaign to identify five of his worst and five of his slightly better moments, for Trump at least. Here’s what we found:

Campaign Highlights for Donald Trump:

  1. July 16th 2015 – Donald Trump announces his candidacy for President of the United States
  2. November 7th 2015 – Trump dances to Hotline Bling on Saturday Night Live bringing in the highest number of views the series has received in over four years
  3. December 4th 2015 – Trump leads Republican campaign, holding the votes of 36% of registered Republican voters, more than twice the number of votes held by his most threatening opponent Ted Cruz
  4. July 19th 2016 – Trump reaches minimum number of delegates required to claim his position as the Republican presidential candidate
  5. November 8th 1016 – Trump wins US Presidential Election, becoming the 45th President of the United States

Campaign Lows for Donald Trump:

  1. November 10th 2015 – Trump vows to deport 11 million undocumented migrants
  2. December 7th 2015 – Trump calls for temporary ban on Muslims entering the country
  3. June 15th 2016 – Republican leaders distance themselves from Trump following anti-Muslim remarks regarding the Orlando nightclub shooting that left 49 people dead
  4. August 10th 2016 – Trump accuses Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton of founding militant group ISIS
  5. October 7th 2016 – Leaked footage emerges of Trump talking back in 2005 in which he claims his celebrity allows him to grope women, resulting in a number of sexual assault accusations being made against him.

Hannah Findlay

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