In this blog learn about positions on: ISIS, IRAN, AFGHANISTAN, SYRIA, DEATH PENALTY, TRANS PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP
The Source is http://www.diffen.com/. About the website: "This is an unbiased comparison of the political positions and policies of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, candidates for president from the Democratic and Republican parties respectively."
FOR DETAILS: http://www.diffen.com/difference/Donald-Trump-vs-Hillary-Clinton
|Donald Trump||Hillary Clinton|
|Position on Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)||Trump has lambasted all trade deals — including the TPP —saying they weren't negotiated well and the terms should have been made more favorable for the United States.||Clinton was more measured in her public response to the TPP. When she was Secretary of State, Clinton and her staff worked to finalize and pass the TPP trade agreement.|
|Position on Death Penalty||Supports the death penalty; and advocates mandatory death sentences for those who kill police officers.||Clinton supports the death penalty; believes it has a place in a very limited number of federal cases.|
|Position on Syria and ISIS (Daesh)||Prefer not to have boots on the ground; rather eliminate ISIS main funding; that is to destroy the oil extraction, refineries, etc. "Bomb the s**t out of them[ISIS controlled oil fields]"||Clinton supports a no-fly zone, as well as training Syrian rebels. She is for strong U.S. involvement in fighting ISIS, short of deploying boots on the ground.|
|Position on Iran||Trump has said he would reject the Iran nuclear deal and renegotiate it.||In favor of Iran agreement. As Secretary of State, laid the groundwork for sanctions on Iran and negotiations on the agreement.|
|Position on Afghanistan||Afghanistan War was necessary. Maintaining a presence there is necessary because of proximity to nuclear-armed Pakistan. Maintain troop strength to about 5,000 soldiers.||Clinton has said she'd be open to maintaining some troops in Afghanistan as necessary.|
|Position on TARP (2008 Wall Street bailout)||Trump supported the Wall Street bailout (TARP). "Nobody really knows what impact it's going to have. Maybe it works, and maybe it doesn't. But certainly it is worth a shot."||Clinton supported the TARP bailout of financial institutions on Wall Street.|
THAT CONCLUDES THE COMPARISON. Make an educated decision.