Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have spent more than a year on the campaign trail. Their battle for the White House has been fierce – with email leaks, harassment accusations, media wars and heated televised debates. Find out about what this year’s presidential campaign will be remembered for. Listen to our special series "How 2016 the US Presidential Election Will Go Down in History."
Mainstream media predictions giving Hillary Clinton a 90% chance of winning the presidential race were quickly shattered once the first preliminary results started coming in from polling stations on November 8, 2016. And it wasn’t the majority of US states that truly made the difference for Donald Trump.
Several street artists got actively involved in the 2016 US presidential campaign to express their feelings for both the Republican and Democratic candidates. However, with their art being reduced mainly to body shaming exercises, such attempts to influence voters in such way were often perceived as propaganda.
Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump spent over a year on the campaign trail, doing what they could to win the trust of the American public. However, there are concerns on Trump’s side about possible manipulations at the polling booths, with WikiLeaks emails being shown as proof of Hillary’s unfair play.