Excerpt selected from an 11/3/16 news story is reproduced below. Edited. Off-site link to the source/full article. No ownership/affiliation....
(Brief prefacing comment:)...The sane candidate for the presidency -- who also speaks with her brain engaged -- is just touching upon↓ the 'tip of the iceberg', below. (E.g., Ref. two other article links, located near the bottom here.):
(Story excerpt:)...“Imagine it is January 20, 2017,” Clinton urged supporters gathered at Arizona State University in Tempe Wednesday. “And imagine if it’s Donald Trump standing in front of the Capitol.”
She’s reminding voters of the more controversial things he’s said about specific groups of Americans.
“Imagine he is taking the oath of office,” she said. “And then imagine what it will be like to have him in the Oval Office making the decisions that affect your lives and your futures. Imagine having a president who demeans women, mocks the disabled, insults Latinos, African Americans Muslims, POWs, who pits people against each other instead of pulling us together.”
A Trump presidency, she argues, would be a setback for women and girls..... She invoked Carly Fiorina, one of Trump’s Republican primary opponents, in her portrayal of him as a dangerous example for American children.
“Just think about what happens if he were to win to women and girls,” Clinton said. “It would mean that our girls would grow up with a president who proudly and loudly ranks women by their looks including the only woman running in the Republican primary.”....
It's difficult to determine how effectively various polls are capturing the electorate's preferences this year...
...But the current appearance (11/3/16) is that the race for president is -- worryingly -- 'tightening'.
One off-site source article, no affiliation or endorsement: http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/election-update-why-clintons-position-is-worse-than-obamas/
"153 things Donald Trump has said and done that, in a normal election, would disqualify a nominee:">>>Off-site article link, new window opens, no affiliation:
...Oh BTW, investors....Which, one way or another, would be many of us... Something to ponder? (Quickly?): Unaffiliated, 11/2/16 opinion article, new window opens: