The Democratic Party’s 2016 presidential candidates are not nearly as well-known as the Republican one.
The former is more popular, but not quite as well known, and is likely to be the Republican nominee in 2020.
But that doesn’t mean that they’re a complete mystery.
What is it about Hillary Clinton that will make her the best presidential candidate?
As the most powerful woman in America, Hillary Clinton has been a fixture in American political life for decades.
The first woman to be elected to the U.S. Senate and U.K. House of Commons, she was the first female senator from New York, the first woman president of the United States and the first secretary of state.
The two of them have served as a foil for the Trump administration, as well as the Democratic Party in general.
In addition, Clinton is an American hero, a former first lady and senator who served as the nation’s first female secretary of State, U.N. chief and first lady.
The latter is also a role model.
She has a daughter, Chelsea Clinton, and two grandchildren.
In 2016, Clinton has become the standard-bearer of the Democratic party.
Her campaign has had a huge impact on American politics, winning more votes in the primary than any candidate has in any presidential primary since 2000, according to Real Clear Politics.
And she has an enormous advantage over the Republican candidates in the polls.
Hillary Clinton’s popularity is greater than that of Donald Trump Donald John TrumpTop consumer bureau official blasts colleague over blog posts dismissing racism Trump ‘baby blimp’ flies in Washington state for Pence visit House GOP braces for tough votes on Kavanaugh MORE, according a recent NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
The former secretary ofstate, senator and First Lady also has a significant lead over all the Republican presidential candidates in most national polls, according the latest Real Clear Political average.
But Clinton is a much more formidable candidate than the other two.
The most prominent Republican candidate is Sen. Ted Cruz Rafael (Ted) Edward CruzOvernight Defense: Suspicious substance found in mail sent to Pentagon | Secret Service intercepts letter to Trump | Russia gives Syria missile defense over US warnings | Dem seeks explanation on surveillance drone The Hill’s Morning Report — Sponsored by Better Medicare Alliance — Sen. Bernie SandersBill Maher thanks Trump for standing up for his ‘resistance’ in new ad MORE (Texas), who is a Texas native and is considered by many as the most conservative Republican presidential candidate in the 2016 race.
The Republican frontrunner is former Texas Gov.
Rick Perry Rick PerryOvernight Energy: House passes ‘skinny’ oil rule that would gut Obama’s EPA | Judge halts Texas EPA rules | Obama administration sues over coal rule | GOP to blame for coal miners’ deaths MORE (R-Texas), whose family and personal connections have helped make him the most famous Republican in the country.
But Perry is a political novice and has not had much experience with politics, and the GOP establishment, particularly the Tea Party, has not embraced him as a viable alternative to the establishment candidate.
Cruz has also had an uphill battle in the Republican primary.
Cruz, a staunch conservative, is considered a moderate by many within the party and has largely been ignored by the media.
Cruz’s popularity among the Tea Partiers and some of the party’s leaders has helped him to defeat Perry in the 2012 Republican primary, but it did not translate into a good result in the general election.
Even if Cruz fails to win the Republican nomination, the Democratic candidate, Sen. Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Ann WarrenTrump again goes after Warren as ‘Pocahontas’ Warren: I am ‘not a racist’ The ‘failing New York Times’ gave me ‘Firing Line’ award Trump Jr. to GOP: Stop trying to smear my father’ MORE (Mass.), has had an excellent year.
In fact, she is the second-most popular U. S. senator after Cruz.
And unlike the Republican, she has a relatively solid resume as a politician.
She has a long history of working in government and public service, which makes her an ideal candidate to be a leader of the Democrats in the 2020 election.
She is also the first African-American female U. s senator from the South, and has made a number of progressive and social justice issues a centerpiece of her campaign.
Trump, meanwhile, has a more recent record as a reality TV star and reality TV producer.
He is the undisputed king of the Republican field and has been nominated to be president multiple times, most recently for a second term in 2016.
Trump has made controversial statements in his campaign, including his suggestion that President Obama was not born in the United State, and he has been accused of being racist for his controversial remarks about Latinos.
And while he has a reputation for being a bully, he is also considered a relatively moderate and relatively well-spoken Republican presidential hopeful.
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