Trump or Clinton? What will Change after the Elections in the USA and Around the World?
November 8, 13:00

Media Center hosted a discussion today about the USA presidential elections held on November 8, with the participation of Vardan Khachatryan, Political Scientist, Former MP, Suren Sargsyan, Researcher and Political scientist at Tufts University's Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Haik Martirosyan, Doctor of Political Scientist. 

Suren Sargsyan expressed his opinion that the competition is fairly tense at this moment, but the difference between the candidates is not significant.

“There is a certain percentage of undecided citizens who do not know for whom to vote, even though the elections will start in a few hours. Serious and professional work has been conducted by Trump’s team, but I think that Clinton's chances are greater in this competition, but it is important that Clinton's supporters go and vote for him, because if people do not go for voting, Trump's chances will be higher," Sargsyan said.

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