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Trump & Brexit is what happens when you smear all who disagree as racist watch

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    (Original post by KimKallstrom)
    Thing is, outsourcing has been a big thing in America in recent years. People in middle America been losing their jobs all over the place with many many more to come. Despite what the media reports, one of the main themes of Trump's campaign and rallies has been about stopping and reversing this. You can't be surprised when people vote for this over someone who only offers more of the same. It might shock some people, but job security is something many people consider when voting.

    Now whether or not he can do it is another matter entirely of course.....




    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKeYbEOSqYc

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    He called it, what you just said.

    You are right there are parts of America that need jobs (the rust belt which won him the election), big cities though would need higher paid jobs.
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    (Original post by yudothis)
    Tell me, does Donald pay his low-skilled workers enough?

    Do Americans need more jobs or better paid jobs?
    You're assuming I think Trump is the right answer to the problem - I don't. But a lot of Americans do.
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    And that doesn't tar the working class with the same brush then? I am highly educated, hold a very responsible position am working class, and voted leave. And certainly am self-aware enough to make an informed choice thank you
 
 
 
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