Do You Trust Clinton?

By Lola
@Lolaze (3164)
United States
July 27, 2016 6:46pm CST
After the fiasco with the mysterious missing emails, is Hillary Clinton trustworthy enough to be our next president? I am very cautious on this topic and she hasn't convinced me to vote for her yet. I feel like she knew exactly what she was doing by having those emails on a private server and that it was downright illegal. The deleted emails were just a way of covering up what she'd done. Can we trust a woman who'd do this to be our next president? What do you think?
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@Hanyouyomi (1948)
• Dallas, Texas
28 Jul 16
Between the e-mails and her lack of substance, what reason do I have to trust her? I just went through eight years of seeing a black man I voted for get thrown under the bus and put through the ringer. And I saw race relationship digress instead of improve. What reason do I have to trust her? She has a history of targeting tiny crap like the myth that "videogames make kids violent"and the first world problems of pampered priveleged princesses masqurading as "feminists" instead of focusing of the poverished, and helping rebuild this economy. What reason do I have to trust her? She's the kind of white chick that patronises blacks and other racial minorities with pretty words and politically correct soft language. As a black man myself, what reason do I have to trust her? And I don't trust Trump either, because he's almost as bad. If I were to express my opinion on how, we'd be here all night.
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• United Kingdom
28 Jul 16
I trust her more than I trust Trump (which isn't saying much!)
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@amadeo (75759)
• United States
27 Jul 16
Yes,I do.I am so sick and tired hearing about those stupid e mail.
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@Bluedoll (17050)
• Canada
28 Jul 16
I'm not sure I understand completely everything around these emails. It was obviously a big mistake but how damaging they were I'm simply not aware of. All politicians can make you have trust issues in one way or another it seems?
@koopharper (6900)
• Canada
28 Jul 16
No I wouldn't trust her. The only thing I can see that she has going for her is that she isn't Donald Trump. I am just so glad that the president of the United States doesn't wield quite the kind of power most of the world seems to think. I can't stand either one of them.
@shivamani10 (11187)
• Hyderabad, India
28 Jul 16
This is different. This is all political gimmicks which should not be taken serious. I first thought that Donald is worst if he is chosen as President but the statements he gave earlier and the recent International relations amply prove that he is just right. His views on ISIS and Muslims of other countries are correct and he is the fittest persons to deliver the goods to the best satisfaction of U.S citizens.
@zarlamain (24874)
• United States
28 Jul 16
Well, I can't seem to trust Trump. He fits being a businessman more than a president. And his big mouth is too much.