I'm not going to say much about Donald Trump. Everyone here has seen and heard everything I have over the last 8 months. If you don't realize that in terms of qualifications, judgement, temperament, ethics and morality he is unfit for any public office, I can't help you in a 3 minute speech.
Rather, I'm going to talk about Hillary. A person 68 years old is best judged by a review of her life and accomplishments. She graduated from Wellsley College and Yale Law school with honors. She took post graduate studies at Yale in Children and Medicine. Her interest in helping children has been a continuing passion throughout her professional life. In Arkansas she co-founded the Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families and served on the boards of the Arkansas Children's Hospital, Arkansas Legal Services and the Children's Defense Fund. As First Lady she developed a universal health care plan which failed in Congress. That didn't stop her. She developed the Children's Health Care Plan, getting help from arch conservative Tom Delay. It was made law and continues to serve children today.
In 2000, she was elected to the Senate from New York with a 12 point margin and was reelected with a wider margin in 2006. After 911 she championed the rebuilding of New York and meeting the health care needs of first responders. She sought and received the help of President Bush in those efforts. She is praised by both Democrats and Republicans for working across the aisle in the Senate to develop and pass important legislation.
She served as Secretary of State from 2008 to 2012, setting the stage for the successful Iran nuclear weapon shutdown, and negotiating countless agreements in the Middle East and other areas of the world.
Hillary has devoted her life to helping underserved Americans and changing lives for the better. As Bill Clinton said at Democratic Convention, "You can drop her anywhere and know that she is going to make things better."
Hillary has demonstrated by more than 40 years of accomplishment at the highest levels of public service, the intelligence, character and abilities we need in a President. As President Obama said at the Convention, she is the most qualified candidate for President we have ever had.
She is running against the least qualified candidate for President we have ever had. For any voter, it should be a no-brainer.

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She is endorsed by many Republicans including Senators Lindsay Graham and Larry Pressler, 13 high ranking members of the George W. Bush administration, and President George HW Bush. She is endorsed by Republican newspapers Cincinnati Enquirer and The Arizona Republic. USA Today tells readers to not vote for Trump. In a letter, 50 former national security officials from Republican administrations said Trump would "would be a dangerous President and would put at risk our country’s national security and well-being."