Arshia Khodro Trading Price How to stop Donald Trump’s ‘fiscal cliff’

How to stop Donald Trump’s ‘fiscal cliff’

The fiscal cliff deal is going to be a disaster.

It is a disaster because it is a massive tax cut for the rich, a massive increase in the deficit, and it will make the deficit worse.

The debt is going up, interest rates are going up and the stock market will crash.

There will be no jobs, there will be a lot of empty storefronts in the streets.

The only way out is for the Republicans to give in and agree to a massive entitlement reform package that reduces taxes for the wealthiest Americans and cuts spending on other programs.

But that won’t happen.

They have been in a position of strength for years, but they’ve been unable to deliver. 

Now, there is a new threat that could take the country out of the fiscal cliff: a Donald Trump presidency. 

A lot has been written about the prospect of a Trump presidency, and that’s fine.

But this is the first time that I’ve seen it put so bluntly in a presidential election.

This is a threat to the very fabric of American democracy.

The political system, the electoral system, and the American people are on the line. 

The only way to defeat Trump is for Americans to vote for Hillary Clinton.

But what is the right path for them to take? 

I’m here to tell you that Hillary Clinton is the only candidate who can defeat Donald Trump. 

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Trump will be defeated if he wins the nomination.

He’s been defeated before.

He won the primaries and caucuses and primaries.

He was defeated in the general election. 

He won’t win the general elections, but I will.

I will be the strongest president to ever serve in this country.

But it’s not only that.

Hillary Clinton has a long history of making decisions that put Americans at risk.

I’ve been a big supporter of President Clinton’s policies in Iraq and Afghanistan.

I think she is the best president to have.

She will be our next commander-in-chief. 

But she’s also the one who is responsible for the mess that we’re in.

I don’t think she understands the magnitude of this mess.

She said we are the greatest nation on Earth.

Well, that’s not true.

It’s an incredible lie. 

And she has made a lot more money than I have. 

She has put money into the campaign coffers of the super-wealthy, the corporations that have been given special treatment by this government.

She has been a champion of the special interests, and she has used her power to enrich herself and her family. 

In the run-up to the general, the Clinton campaign relied heavily on super-PAC money, and Hillary Clinton had more money raised from super- PACs than any other candidate in history.

And her super-pac money was much more than what the Republican candidates raised. 

There is nothing wrong with that.

The problem with super- PAC money is that it’s a tool to buy votes.

It has no role in the American political process.

It should be completely banned.

But Hillary Clinton and her campaign have used it.

And they have used a lot. 

If we are to have a fair election, we need to be able to vote on a platform that puts people first, not special interests. 

So, here’s what I want to do. 

Hillary Clinton is committed to a fair campaign.

She is a lifelong independent who has been working hard to help middle class families.

She knows that America is not broken.

We can fix it. 

We can do it with a fair and transparent campaign, and we can do that with a nominee that is not beholden to special interests and the billionaires. 

For the last eight years, the Democrats have made the election about themselves.

It was about attacking Donald Trump and trying to destroy his presidency.

And we saw that come to fruition on November 8th.

But, I know we can make it even more about who is best to lead our country and that is who I am going to support in November. 

It’s time for Hillary to stop campaigning and focus on the issues that matter to the American middle class and working families.

And if she wants to be the best candidate, then I’m going to vote her in. # # #