Elections are creating a huge dilemma in the minds of the people. Approaching of the US election leads to more personality clashes than disagreement in the policy. Furthermore, differences in the policy and the key issues make Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump stand differently.
Coming to Hillary Clinton views about the taxes. Moreover by considering the fact about more taxes on wealthy, she talks about the income inequality. Furthermore, according to her, incomes over $5m will pay 4% surtax. In fact, healthcare and education will get higher tax breaks. Moreover, this adds to the advantage of the middle class families. Analysis made by the Tax Policy Center, only the top 1% will pay for the around ¾ of the tax increases.
Planning for the creation of the jobs, she wants to invest in the upcoming and advanced manufacturing, renewable energy, technology and small businesses. As well as collection of the tax revenue from wealthier Americans will pay for the employment training. Through this idea, creation of around 10 million jobs will be possible.
Immigration plays a very important role. Following the unilateral executive action of President Barack Obama, permanent legal residency will be obtained by the undocumented immigrants.
Trading deals are very much important when it comes to the policy making. After opposing and disagreeing TPP and Central American Free Trade Agreement, trading with rest of the world is best in her opinion.
Climatic change is becoming a global issue and brings the threat to American security, opposes drilling in Alaska and the project in Canada of the construction of the Keystone pipeline. Some environmentalists are rankled by her.
Settling down on the issue of abortion, she takes the standard Democratic Party line. Favours the funding to non-profit organizations that provide the abortion facilities the rape victims in the zone of war.
What makes Donald Trump stand out?
Plan and the proposal will cost $5.9 trillion in revenue over 10 years to the US government. Income of the top 1% earners will increase by double-digit and boost of 1.9% to the bottom quarter.
Creation of 25 million jobs in around 10 years by reducing the US corporate tax rate to 15%.
Standing against the view of Hillary Clinton, he supports legal immigration reduction.
Favouring in the re-opening of the already signed pacts but against the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Believes that the refugees bring the threat to the US national security.
Opposing the economically damaging environmental regulation and supports clean water and air.
Against the abortion, he supports punishment for this illegal act.
Six weeks of paid maternity leave will be beneficial to the mother as far as child care is concerned.