Guide: 2016 (Clinton)

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Guide (Clinton/Sanders Normal)[edit | edit source]

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Visits: Ohio/North Carolina/Florida

VP: Sanders

Q1: I will write a book about the challenges facing America, and on my fight for healthcare access, fair pay, the environment, and the economy. From the time that I was First Lady of Arkansas until now, I have always fought to give every American a fair shake.

Q2: The Republicans can't beat us on the issues, like raising the minimum wage or making college more affordable. So instead their allies in the right-wing media use these non-stories and innuendo to defend the privilege of the 1%. There is nothing to see here.

Q3: We don't know yet the exact motives behind this attack, but I condemn religious terrorism in the strongest terms if that is the motive. And my heart especially goes out to the Hispanic and LGBT communities that were affected by this terrible act of violence. (This one is the best but the one about the assault rifles seems to also work ok.)

Q4: We have a wonderful, diverse, and strong party in the Democratic Party. When I'm President, we're going to raise the minimum wage. We're going to further improve Obamacare. We're going to create millions of high paying, green jobs. And we're going to make college more affordable for the next generation!

Q5: Bernie Sanders is going to be a very active part of my Administration. We both want what's best for this country and his input will be taken very seriously.

Q6: We must acknowledge the unique nature of this election, and of our opponent. This pledge might help reluctant moderates and far-left progressives support me for now, if they see an open primary coming in three years.

Q7: My heart goes out to the victims of this terrible attack. I will give a speech in a few days about the importance of defeating ISIS and religious extremism in all of its forms.

Q8: We need to remember how the past several months transpired, and the strength that Bernie enjoys among the grassroots. Simply ignoring him was not an option for our campaign.

Q9: The level of disruption from globalization has simply been too much for American workers over the past few years. I don't support TPP, and there will be a pause on any new trade deals during my Presidency. (This gives you a big boost in Ohio)

Q10: We need a Green New Deal. Global warming is the great challenge of our era, and we need to make every investment we can to combat it. And furthermore, we need to make tough choices on our current economic and environmental regulations.

Q11: I will stand behind the "red lines" that we have set, and I will take vigorous action to defend the Syrian people against Assad, Russia, Iran, ISIS, and other malevolent influences.

Q12: We must acknowledge that illegal immigration is a serious problem. Now unlike Donald Trump, I support dealing with that problem in a humane way, but ultimately we do need reform with tougher enforcement, and a path to legal status for some immigrants. (At this point you need to start visiting Ohio more because you won't be leading there)

Q13: Donald Trump has shown an alarming lack of knowledge about even the basics of U.S. foreign policy. He would set us back many, many years on our objectives in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and elsewhere. (Clinton's real answer is fine as well but this gives you a bigger boost)

Q14: They're going to wish they had confirmed him, once I am elected President. This choice is overly conciliatory, when we consider it was made in the face of a colossally obstructionist strategy on the part of the Republicans. (You might be close to leading or leading in North Carolina now so start visiting the state more)

Q15: Obamacare did not go far enough. We will fight very hard for universal health care when I am President, in whatever form that may take. This has been my fight for over 20 years now.

Q16: Donald Trump says he will tear this deal up, should he somehow win this election. That is dangerous and ill-conceived, and really shows how unfit he is to guide America's foreign policy. (Iowa is closer now so you should visit the state once or twice but don't try too hard to win the state)

Q17: I want Barack Obama to be actively involved in our campaign. And more specifically, I want him to really campaign hard in places like Detroit, Milwaukee, Philadelphia, and others where we need high levels of African-American support. (This one really helps you a lot and Virginia is safe. Also, you get to around 50% in Ohio)

Q18: All answers besides the one ending with "white supremacist supporters" are fine

Q19: 5228 (code)

Q20: 5245 (code)

Q21: This clip will show up all over the news and the internet for days. Let's continue to make our own case to the American people.

Q22: This is nothing compared to the lies and equivocation of Donald Trump. And furthermore, it's appalling that Republicans are so willing to throw aside all ideals and cooperate with the Russians, the moment it's convenient for them.

Q23: This is nothing compared to the lies and equivocation of Donald Trump. And furthermore, it's appalling that Republicans are so willing to throw aside all ideals and cooperate with the Russians, the moment it's convenient for them.

Q24: I am deeply concerned by Comey's decision to reopen a settled case, and I'm confident that there are no new revelations here. We're going to focus on our message during the closing stretch of this campaign?

Q25: We're going to visit Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. I want us to appear with Bernie Sanders and Barack Obama to push our message on trade, the African-American turnout, and party unity. (All answers are fine depending on what states are close but Usually, I pick the midwest just to be safe and also ensure I win Ohio .)

Guide (Impossible)[edit | edit source]

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Visits: Ohio

VP: Sanders

Q1: It's hard to visit certain places in the heat of a campaign. I will do a tour of the U.S. where I visit all 50 states and highlight the people we're fighting for with Obama's policies, and whom we'll keep fighting for when I'm President.

Q2: Let's take a step back. George Bush and Dick Cheney lost over 20 million emails from their time in office. I have already turned over every relevant email from my time as Secretary of State. Anything else is a right-wing hit job.

Q3: We don't know yet the exact motives behind this attack, but I condemn religious terrorism in the strongest terms if that is the motive. And my heart especially goes out to the Hispanic and LGBT communities that were affected by this terrible act of violence.

Q4: We need to do more for America. I have a plan to make college and health care affordable for every American, paid for by the 1%. The Republicans want to cut taxes for America's wealthiest citizens, so they can keep buying elections and asking Washington for bailouts and subsidies.

Q5: Bernie Sanders is going to be a very active part of my Administration. We both want what's best for this country and his input will be taken very seriously.

Q6: We must acknowledge the unique nature of this election, and of our opponent. This pledge might help reluctant moderates and far-left progressives support me for now, if they see an open primary coming in three years.

Q7: My heart goes out to the victims of this terrible attack. I will give a speech in a few days about the importance of defeating ISIS and religious extremism in all of its forms.

Q8: We need to remember how the past several months transpired, and the strength that Bernie enjoys among the grassroots. Simply ignoring him was not an option for our campaign.

Q9: I was a supporter of this deal at first, but I'm very disappointed to see some of the provisions that made it into the final version. I unfortunately cannot support the TPP at this point.

Q10: We need a Green New Deal. Global warming is the great challenge of our era, and we need to make every investment we can to combat it. And furthermore, we need to make tough choices on our current economic and environmental regulations.

Q11: There are no good options in Syria. We need to continue our support for the moderate rebels, and we need to defeat ISIS wherever they appear. I also support extensive aid and funding to countries that are bearing the brunt of the refugee problem.

Q12: We must acknowledge that illegal immigration is a serious problem. Now unlike Donald Trump, I support dealing with that problem in a humane way, but ultimately we do need reform with tougher enforcement, and a path to legal status for some immigrants.

Q13: Donald Trump is lying when says he opposed the war. I challenge him to produce a single public statement that he made before the Iraq War started -- as opposed to years after the fact.

Q14: The Republican obstruction is a clear and obvious attempt to subvert democratic norms. We should all be very concerned about this move, and I will stand by the nomination of Merrick Garland when I am elected.

Q15: I was very sad when the public option was taken out of the Affordable Care Act. This is something we must fight for over the coming years, along with adequate funding and controls on prices.

Q16: Like many people, I had some concerns with specific provisions in this deal. But overall, it is a worthwhile step in the right direction.

Q17: I want Barack Obama to be actively involved in our campaign. And more specifically, I want him to really campaign hard in places like Detroit, Milwaukee, Philadelphia, and others where we need high levels of African-American support.

Q18: We should all be very concerned with the right-wing radicalism that Trump has enabled. It has no place in America, even if this particular remark could have been stated with more finesse.

Q19: No comment really. It's unfortunate that the right-wing media is circulating numerous unfounded rumors about by health. The people will see these are lies as I campaign vigorously over the coming weeks. (CODE: 5228)

Q20: These debates will expose Donald Trump as woefully unprepared and unqualified to assume the position of President. I am eagerly looking forward to participating. (CODE: 5245)

Q21: As bad as it is, this clip is just part of an even larger pattern. His insinuations about Miss Universe contestants. His strange statements about his own daughter. There's a bizarre video where he fondles Rudy Giuliani, in drag.

Q22: This is nothing compared to the lies and equivocation of Donald Trump. And furthermore, it's appalling that Republicans are so willing to throw aside all ideals and cooperate with the Russians, the moment it's convenient for them.

Q23: This is nothing compared to the lies and equivocation of Donald Trump. And furthermore, it's appalling that Republicans are so willing to throw aside all ideals and cooperate with the Russians, the moment it's convenient for them.

Q24: I am deeply concerned by Comey's decision to reopen a settled case, and I'm confident that there are no new revelations here. We're going to focus on our message during the closing stretch of this campaign?

Q25: Let's not complicate this too much. The election pivots around Pennsylvania -- we're going to spend our final day in Pennsylvania, with an enormous rally of celebrities and party heavyweights.