In the months before the election, the first-time Republican presidential hopefuls faced a familiar set of challenges.
They were asked to show they could handle the demands of the White, which is why they’ve always been known as the “New Republicans.”
While some Republicans have called for a broader national debate on immigration, others have called on Trump to stop trying to build a wall.
Some candidates have taken shots at the Clintons and their husband Bill Clinton.
The list goes on.
But the most challenging for the Republican candidates during this year’s campaign season was the reality that the country was about to elect its first African-American president.
They had to convince the voters they could win a presidential election that they didn’t have to.
But that was not easy, and that’s where the 2016 election comes in.
The 2016 election has become a proxy war between two polarizing groups of voters: The new conservatives who are increasingly upset with Trump and the establishment-aligned Republicans who are concerned that they may lose to Clinton in November.
They are also the two groups most likely to be drawn to a Republican candidate for president.
For all of the negative attention Trump has received in the wake of the FBI’s decision to reopen its investigation into the former president’s private email server, the most surprising turn of events was that he pulled out of the race, despite being locked in a dead heat with Clinton.
It was a stunning turn that could make the next two presidential elections more competitive than they have been in decades.
The 2016 presidential election could be about more than just the economy and the election.
It’s also about the future of our democracy, said David Axelrod, the former White House chief strategist.
Trump, by far, has been the most effective candidate in the past two presidential election cycles, as he has been able to keep the media’s attention on the president, while Clinton has largely struggled to gain traction.
It’s an election that could determine whether Republicans have a future as a majority party in Congress or whether Democrats are the party of the past.
It could also have profound implications for the future direction of our country and our nation.
But for many Republicans, this is the first time they have seen a real chance of victory in the race.
Many are looking for a new start.
They hope to build upon Trump’s successes and turn his negatives into positives.
They also believe the election could serve as a catalyst to build the party in the right direction.
For those who hope to make it to the White White House, there are two main paths to take.
There are those who want to continue Trump’s momentum and run on a platform that aligns with the populist base, such as Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), and those who are looking to appeal to younger voters.
They’re not sure if they have what it takes to take the White house.
They also have a lot of work ahead.
They have to overcome many obstacles that have prevented many of the other Republicans from even trying to enter the race in the first place.
But even for those who were willing to take a shot at Clinton, it is unclear whether the Democrats would have the support to take out the former first lady.
Clinton was a popular figure and the subject of many memes and tweets, and the Clinton Foundation has not been the subject at all of Donald Trump’s rhetoric.
If the Democratic Party were to try to turn the country back in Trump’s direction, there’s a very good chance that many of his supporters would stay home.
So while some Republicans are taking the chance that a Clinton presidency might mean the end of the GOP, it will not be easy for them to make that happen.
In many ways, the 2016 campaign is an early test of the direction the country is heading.
The stakes are higher than ever before in a country that has been wracked by gun violence, mass incarceration, high unemployment and the effects of climate change.
Democrats have already shown they have a better handle on national security than they did during the George W. Bush administration.
And while the country still has a long way to go to combat terrorism and mass incarceration — the third biggest threat facing the country right now — the country has begun to turn its attention to other social issues, such an increased focus on gun control.
Trump has been a divisive figure for a long time, but his candidacy was so well-received that people began to believe he was a viable candidate.
He did have a big problem in his first few weeks, with some Republicans believing he was simply trying to sell himself to the general public.
But as the campaign progressed, it became clear that Trump was more than a political novice.
The last few months have been marked by intense debates about the economy, climate change and the future role of the federal government.
The economy has been hit hard by the financial crisis and has been struggling to recover from it.
In some ways, Trump’s campaign is a perfect example of why the American public is