Frankly, there's so much to choose from, I have trouble even framing an argument. I choose this as a starting point: http://www.politico.com/story/2016/10/donald-trump-republican-feud-campaign-trail-229652 I can't even begin to unpack this stuff. Trumps' problems are well-known. He's a narcissist, he's an idiot (both politically and in business), he is thin-skinned. He is shrewd, however...he has managed to make himself the poster-boy for the anti-status-quo, anti-government bureaucracy movement, which appeals to many, but (a) he's hardly the perfect choice, and (b) since when has government bureaucracy been bad? Not exciting...sure. Part of a global cabal to bring down America? Hardly. Even so, it's hardly at Obama's feet, or Hillarys'. It is just great marketing. It's great that we live in an age of instant information. Or disinformation. Is Hillary a great candidate for President? On first look, no. On second look, there has been so much thrown at her, that the more you look the better she seems. She still just comes out looking like a bureaucrat in a pants suit. Trump is a train wreck, who the more you look, you want to look away. Those who hate the system should work towards valid third party candidates and not obvious asshats. Clinton is not a candidate I can necessarily be proud of (Jess13 plz be quiet). Yet Trump has made this election into a total mess of ********. I can't understand how so many people can't see that Trump has no-ones interests at stake but his own. Clinton ends up being the female Romney, with less Mormonism. IDK, look at the link (and others)...this is getting ridiculous.