Trump v Clinton: The US election explained in the simplest terms

Trump v Clinton

The US presidential election happens on Tuesday 8 November after one of the most bitter campaigns in memory.

There are hundreds of thousands of news articles and videos on the internet about who the candidates are, what they've said and what they plan to do if they win.

On this page we're keeping things super simple.

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This is what Donald Trump says he'll do if he wins

This is what Hillary Clinton says she'll do if she wins

What's the deal with Donald Trump's wall?

What's the deal with Hillary Clinton's emails?

Or click here to read a story explaining the controversy about Hillary Clinton's emails.

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