Trump pledges to end corruption and ISIS - in 100 days

 
Trump pledges to end corruption and ISIS - in 100 days
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If he wins, Donald Trump promises to defeat and end both corruption in Washington and ISIS, within the first hundred days of his presidency, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said in a speech today.

- Today, I unveiled my 100-day plan -- a plan that will create jobs and a stronger economy, a plan with a solid strategy to finally defeat and end ISIS, a plan that paves the way for a greater America -- an America that WINS again. Believe me, as President I will do more in 100 days than Hillary could in a lifetime -- she's had 30 years and done NOTHING. #ImWithYou! #DrainTheSwamp, Trump wrote on his Facebook page, after revealing many large changes in his first 100 days as new president of the United States - if he wins.

Trump again pointed out that mass voter fraud has been revealed, but that mainstream media refuse to report on it:

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