Posted September 15, 2018 11:00:00 As you can see in the video below, it is very difficult to find a job in the United States today.
In fact, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are nearly 17 million vacant U.S. jobs.
The American people are fed up with the situation and want to get out and vote.
There is a new documentary about the 2016 election called The Election Is Over.
The documentary is an award-winning feature that tells the story of the 2016 presidential election and shows how it all unfolded.
The film tells the stories of three people who lost their jobs because they were on the wrong side of the aisle.
The title of the documentary is Election Is Back.
If you are interested in a job, I highly recommend The Election is Back.
Here are the key points of the film.1.
Election Is Not Back The documentary was directed by David S. Bernstein.
Bernstein, who previously directed the award-nominated documentary Election is Over, has produced a number of acclaimed documentaries.
He has produced The Great Divide, which explores the economic impact of the 2008 financial crisis, and The End of History, which tells the history of the Great Depression and the global recession of the 1930s.
The Great Divided was nominated for an Academy Award in the documentary category.
Election is Not Back tells the tale of the people who took a stand against Donald Trump and against Hillary Clinton and ultimately won the election.2.
The Election Wasn’t Over Trump lost by an overwhelming margin in the election, but his supporters were energized by his call to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and other Obama administration policies that had harmed millions of Americans.
The popular sentiment of voters turning out to the polls for their first chance to vote was unprecedented and unprecedented in American history.
A new study by the Pew Research Center, released on Thursday, showed that the number of Americans who said they voted in 2016 did not increase from 2012.
In addition, the majority of Americans (56%) said they were not registered to vote, and fewer than half of those who did registered voted.
This was true even though the voter registration rate was up from about 50% in 2012.
It was also true in some states, such as New Hampshire, where fewer than one in five people voted.
A majority of Trump supporters (55%) reported that their votes were wasted, but a majority of those voters (70%) said that they did not vote because they did NOT believe the candidate they supported.
In other words, the election was not over and people were still voting.
The election was a referendum on President Trump, and the election did not go his way.
This is important to remember because it is the first time in modern U. S. history that millions of people are saying that they didn’t vote.
The Pew Research poll also showed that there was no evidence that the turnout rate increased in 2016.3.
The 2016 Election Was A Fluke While Trump’s supporters were excited about their first shot at a political victory, many others were disillusioned with the outcome of the election and said they would not vote in 2020.
For example, a majority (54%) of Trump’s voters said that the election they supported in 2016 was not a fluke.
Only 13% of Clinton’s voters agreed.
That is a substantial difference, and it suggests that voters were disappointed with the candidates and did not trust their candidate in 2020 and in the general election.4.
Trump Was Right The election of 2016 was very close.
Trump won the popular vote by more than 3.5 million votes, or more than 2.5 percentage points.
He won the Electoral College by a narrow margin of about 3,600 votes.
The margin of victory was so narrow that it was not enough to win the presidency, but it was enough to get the job done.
In a post-election press conference, Trump declared, “We had a close election.
It didn’t go our way.
It is very unfair that our president lost the popular and electoral vote, which I won, but he lost the electoral college and we lost the election.”
That statement is true.
But Trump’s statement is misleading.
The Electoral College was not created to give the President the power to win an election, and he did not lose the popular or electoral vote in the electoral vote.
This fact is the basis of a number that I have just shared with you, and I think it is important that we look at it.5.
Trump Won The Electoral Vote While the popular will is important, Trump’s popular vote margin of 3.6 million votes is only one part of his total victory.
The United States does not use the Electoral Vote to determine who the president of the United State is.
Rather, the Electoral Congress of the states decides who is elected President.
That means that, if a state elects a president that is not in the popular votes,