Financial Agency Trade24 Set to Sponsor a Presidential Candidate

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According to sources, financial agency Trade24 is set to sponsor one of the presidential candidates.  Although the company has denied it, an inside source that wishes to remain anonymous has told us that plans are in motion for the sponsor to go ahead, and right now the company is investigating the release of enough funds to make an impact on the presidential campaign.  No specific amount has been identified but it is believed to be somewhere in the millions.

To find out more about who is running for president, keep reading.  It’s likely that one of the following could be getting some sponsorship money from Trade24 in the near future.

Hillary Clinton

The former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton is the most well-known candidate in the 2016 race.  With a famous husband and time spent in the US senate, she’s a top choice for democrat voters, however she has had some controversies over the years, being accused of corruption and hiding emails when she was secretary of state.  Clinton wants to raise taxes on capital gains, opposes the Keystone XL pipeline, and opposes the free trade Trans Pacific partnership agreement.

Jeb Bush

Republican John Ellis Bush, more commonly referred to as Jeb Bush, was the Florida governor between 1999 and 2007, and is most well-known for his moderate stances on Common Core and immigration.  The brother of former president George W Bush, politics certainly runs in the family for this candidate, and he has a lot of backing.  Included in his policy is a new healthcare plan that will repeal the current Obamacare system, and support for the Kurds in Iraq.  Bush also wants to eliminate some tax deductions and credits and split the current seven income tax brackets into three.

Martin O’Malley

Martin O’Malley was the Governor of Maryland until January of this year, and was the Mayor of Baltimore before that.  Since this time he has visited New Hampshire and Iowa to talk about his liberal stances including raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour and allowing same sex marriages.  An outspoken opponent of the pending trade agreements, O’Malley opposes the Alaskan and Offshore drilling permits, and wants more gun control in place.  He also wants to help students by expanding the aid available to them.

Donald Trump

He might be most well known for hosting The Apprentice on NBC, but Donald Trump has a lot of money to back him up as well.  The son of wealthy real estate developer Fred Trump, Donald hasn’t relied on his father’s wealth; instead he has made a real name for himself in the business world.  Originally a Republican, Trump changed his stance between 2001-2009 to be a Democrat, yet is now running as a Republican.  He wants to improve the treatment programs available for mental health patients, reform the tax brackets, and build a wall across the Mexican border to deal with immigration problems.

Ben Carson

A retired neurosurgeon, Ben Carson rose to fame after he spoke at the 2013 National Prayer Breakfast.  He has never held elective office before, however he is a published author, a board member on numerous corporations, and his medical work also earned him the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2008.  An outspoken candidate against Obamacare, Carson also wants to keep Guantanamo Bay open, ratify a balanced budget amendment, and oppose federal funding for Planned Parenthood.

Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders has been the Senator for Vermont for over seven years and prior to this served for 16 years in the House of Representatives.  Technically running as an independent party, Sanders has openly admitted to having Democrat-Socialist views in the past. 

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