WASHINGTON, Oct 18 (KUNA) — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump proposed a policy of limiting the number of terms politicians can serve in Congress claiming it would end government corruption and economic stagnation, Trump said at a campaign stop Tuesday.
“If I’m elected president I will push for a constitutional amendment to impose term limits on all members of Congress. They’ve been talking about that for years,” Trump said. “It’s time to drain the swamp in Washington.”
He argued that this election is the “final shot” and that if rival Hillary Clinton wins the presidency “its going to be the final party system.”
The candidate reiterated his claims that the current election is rigged in favor of Clinton and that the “dishonest media” is working to defeat his campaign.
Despite “doing pretty good in the polls” the candidate said that he doesn’t “believe the polls anymore,” because of dishonest reporting by news organizations.
“Even my worst critics agree that the media has come after us like they have never come after anyone before,” Trump added. (end)
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