The 2016 presidential election will be decided by the electors in the District of Columbia, and the race between President Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton is one of the most hotly contested in the history of our country.
The race is shaping up to be a test of both the integrity of our electoral system and of our democracy.
It’s a fight that could determine whether the Republican Party is truly committed to the values of our republic or if it is willing to compromise with the forces of evil to advance its own agenda.
In an effort to put the candidates in context, we looked at how they have been portrayed in media.
We also took a look at some of the biggest controversies that have rocked the 2016 campaign, as well as some of our best-known leaders.
This article will explain the current state of the race and what’s ahead.
How we looked:The 2016 presidential race has been characterized by a constant and relentless focus on race.
It has been said that the Republican candidate is a “racist,” “white supremacist,” and a “communist” while Democrats are “white supremacists.”
These labels are often used to describe both candidates, but it’s important to understand that each one of these labels is a misnomer.
Each of these terms, and their usage, has come to be associated with groups of people who have different ideologies, political agendas, and racial, ethnic, and religious identities.
As a result, there are people who feel that the labels have been misused to paint an accurate picture of the Democratic Party.
But there are also people who are actually on the Democratic side of the aisle who have no issue with the term “racist.”
These two groups are largely at odds with one another.
We will go into more detail about the Democratic and Republican parties in a moment, but first, let’s look at how the candidates have been presented in media in the past.
As you may have heard, Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee for president.
His policies have been controversial, and he has made racist comments in the campaign.
But Trump has not been the only candidate to receive negative attention for his positions on race and issues.
As a result of this, the Republican National Committee (RNC) has taken a step forward to acknowledge that there are some issues in the Democratic platform that are not in line with their party’s values.
This is a significant step for a party that has been known to have little regard for minority rights and equality.
We also looked at the current political landscape.
The current race is being waged between the Democrats and the Republicans, with the former holding a slight edge.
The election will take place in December and the next president will be sworn in on January 20.
The presidential election is also being contested in Virginia, which is a state that has historically voted Democratic.
This race has had a large impact on the election cycle in the state, with voters choosing candidates who have opposed the legalization of marijuana, supported same-sex marriage, and supported President Trump’s decision to pull the United States out of the Paris Climate Accord.
The media’s portrayal of both candidates has been very clear and consistent.
The Democratic nominee has been the subject of many negative and misleading headlines, while Trump has received relatively little coverage.
In fact, we’ve seen articles about him less than 20 percent of the time.
In the past two weeks alone, there have been two headlines that made it into The New York Times, one of which was headlined “Donald Trump is a racist.”
The other headline was “Hillary Clinton Is a racist, but Trump is worse.”
The Times article, which was shared nearly 500 times, read, “There are many issues that Mr. Trump does not agree with, but the most serious concern for him is the lack of respect that many Americans have for women.
She is not just a woman; she is a human being.”
In fact, the New York Post ran an article titled, “Donald J. Trump is not a racist.
Hillary Clinton isn’t.
It is simply the politics of division.”
The article was shared more than 200 times.
This isn’t to say that both candidates are equally racist.
While Trump is viewed as being far more extreme on some issues, he is viewed more favorably than Clinton on others.
The Washington Post ran a story titled, Donald J. Donald Trump: a racist or a sexist?
Donald J Trump, the Democratic nominee for President of the United State of America, has been accused of racism, sexism, and xenophobia, among other things.
The story has been shared nearly 700 times.
We’ve seen the Washington Post article on Facebook more than 8,000 times, the Washington Examiner article more than 3,500 times, and The Atlantic article more a mere 8,200 times.
There are other instances of the media making similar claims.
For example, on June 23, the Associated Press published an article with the headline, “Hillary Rodham Clinton