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Who Will Run The World ?
The United States of America. One of the biggest countries, with the largest economy and the most nuclear bombs. The voting pre-elections show that Barack Obama’s successor will be Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.
Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump have each won the most states on the biggest day (Super Tuesday) of the race for the US presidential nominations.
The Democratic frontrunner won in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, Arkansas, Texas and Massachusetts, polling well among blocs of black voters. Donald Trump won the Republican primaries in almost the same states (with one difference, Vermont instead of Texas).
On 8 November, we will see America vote for a successor to Barack Obama, a Democratic president standing down after two terms in office which have seen the Republicans take control of both houses of Congress.
Hillary Clinton is the former USA president wife, Bill Clinton. She was the First Lady from 1993 to 2001. Later she became a Senator for eight years and was the 67th United States Secretary of State from 2009 to 2013.
Experts consider her as the elections favourite. The USA votings have its own rules. It is better to be radical parties nominations. That’s why left-sided Bernie Sanders (the Clinton’s closest rival) and right-sided Donald Trump are so popular now. On the other hand, in the general elections, usually win the candidate best for the central voters and it should be Mrs. Clinton.
Although, Donald Trump is not without a chance. About year ago, when this charismatic, “make America great again” millionaire announced to run in the elections, nobody was expecting him to stand when he stands. He has won most of the last battles with other republican candidates – Ted Cruz (the only candidate that Trump could lose to) and Marco Rubio.
The answer for the title question is still unknown and as important for the whole world like always.