Trump VS Clinton Economic Plan Policy Analysis Fuels European T-Shirt Protests

The 'Either Way...' Movement has now begun a series of live 'T-Shirt' Protests, which are now occurring in major European cities such as London, Paris and Amsterdam. A focal point is the Primary US Candidates' economic policies, which are now under heavy scrutiny.

The ‘Either Way…’ Movement has gained massive popularity in the previous weeks following the outrage of the second 2016 US Presidential debate. These ‘T-Shirt’ Protests are now occurring in major European cities such as London, Paris and Amsterdam. The candidates’ economic policies are under scrutiny – putting forth the opinion that the USA will be no better off one way or the other.

The article reporting and updating the progress of the ‘Either Way…’ movement and controversy can be found at The Daily Moss.

Trump’s plan as a billionaire capitalist is to focus on cutting taxes to incentivize and reward domestic businesses and reignite the ‘American Entrepreneurial Spirit’; re-negotiating deals to put America back into a prime global economic position.

Trump has quoted:

“If we do what we have to do correctly, we can create the biggest economic boom in this country since the New Deal when our vast infrastructure was first put into place. It’s a no-brainer. It’s so obvious that even the Democrats can figure it out.”

Hillary Clinton’s economic plan focuses on raising taxes on the wealthy, while increasing investment in job education and giving tax breaks to companies hiring domestically.

She has quoted:

“Previous generations of Americans built the greatest economy and strongest middle class the world has ever known on the promise of a basic bargain: if you work hard and do your part, you should be able to get ahead. And when you get ahead, America gets ahead. But over the past several decades, that bargain has eroded. Our job is to make it strong again.”

Both candidates appear to be focusing on bringing the USA back to greatness. However, critics of HRC often refer to rumored backdoor deals with major financial institutions, while opponents of Trump refer to his numerous bankruptcies and urging to simply make promises that would appease the public without having an assured plan to see it through.

Protesters belonging to the ‘Either Way…’ movement – which started on a private message board and has since exploded and spilled into the streets of major European cities – have stated that the effort to bring America back to greatness will die on the vine, considering the two candidates the people have chosen as their best representatives.

The third and final US Presidential Debate of 2016 can be viewed on all major stations and streamed online Wednesday 19th October. For more on the ‘Either Way…’ Movement and examples of the controversial T-Shirts gaining rapid popularity can be seen at

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