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Donald Trump defeated sixteen other major candidates to receive the nomination of the Republican Party in July.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton defeated Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders to receive the nomination of the Democrat Party.

In the 2016 United States presidential election, Republican Donald J. Indiana Governor Mike Pence, Trump's running mate, was inaugurated as vice president at the same time.

Trump was inaugurated as the forty-fifth president on January 20.

With Donald Trump's victory in Indiana, and Ted Cruz and John Kasich subsequently suspending their campaign, Trump remained as the only Republican candidate left and became the presumptive GOP nominee.

He opposed Hillary Clinton in the general election.

Democrats had to choose between former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, "Democratic" Socialist Vermont senator Bernie Sanders, and former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley.

The Democrat Iowa Caucus was very chaotic, poorly run, and whose results were very questionable.

He originally announced his candidacy on June 16, 2015.

Few predicted that Trump would win before the election and the result was a historic upset.

In such key states as Ohio and Iowa, Trump soundly defeated Hillary with landslide margins as wide as 9 percent, carrying working class voters that previously voted for Barack Obama, whom Democrats now openly derided as "deplorable racists." While, the margins within several tipping point states as Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania (Trump wins), and New Hampshire (Clinton won) had margins around or less than one percent, just providing now-President Trump the needed electoral votes to win the presidency.

The Clinton's have amassed billion over 41 years from political donations.

The majority of the money — billion — has gone to the Clinton Foundation.Can take its mantle and change debate to pressure other candidates to tack right on the issue. If Rubio had been the Presidential nominee, he was likely to make Ayotte his running mate hoping the ticket will appeal to two swing states (Florida and New Hampshire), Hispanics, and women, offsetting Hillary with the last group.Both Rubio and Ayotte have been taken under the wings of Mc Cain and Graham since getting in the Senate.Nearly four in 10 Republicans casting votes in the primary today described their political ideology as "very conservative"—an increase of 3 points over those who identified as "very conservative" in 2012 and up 5 points from 34 percent during the 2008 Republican presidential primary.