'The US election is like choosing which toe to cut off'

"Trump and Clinton are like two toes, and voters have to decide which to cut off. Americans will be walking funny."

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    Edson Dias, 46, photographer 

    [Karen Dias/Al Jazeera]

    I haven't followed the US elections on TV because I don't watch television, but I have been following it through online news publications and social media since Bernie Sanders was in the news, and I wish he was given a ticket. After the WikiLeaks scandal, I would rather vote for someone who will build walls in his own backyard than invade other countries like the US did in Libya and Syria.

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    The mainstream media and big corporations have been backing Hillary, so I think she will win these elections and things will only get worse for foreign policy under her administration. In these elections, one has a big mouth and the other has a devious brain, so it's going to be tough.

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    I began following the elections because it was entertaining, but it's not a joke any more. Trump and Clinton are like two toes on your foot, and voters have to decide which toe to cut off. Americans will be walking funny for a long time after these elections.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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