In a very contentious 2016 run for the presidency, there is very little that Donald J. Trump and Hillary R. Clinton can agree upon. They stand in stark contrast on issues such as healthcare, immigration, and foreign policy. Meanwhile, as escalating rhetoric further divides the parties and the country, many Americans are left with a tough decision. So what issue could possibly bridge the gap between these two candidates vying for the highest office in the land? The answer might surprise you.

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According to Secretary Clinton “It is critical that the United States and Britain, two of the world’s oldest and greatest democracies, stand together…” in reading and enjoying Raymond Poole’s new book. When asked what she thought of the possibility that not everyone would have the chance to read Ray’s book she responded, “That’s horrifying.”

Not to be outdone, Trump fired back “We will send a clear signal that there is no daylight between America and our most reliable ally…” Raymond L. Poole. He added that after reading the book, he was not alone in having “The best words…” because Ray also has “…a very good brain.”


When asked about it, Ray Poole commented “What they’re saying makes a lot of sense because the book is pretty sweet. I am humbled that I can bring the country together by allowing my fellow Americans and our allies around the world to buy it on paperback for the low, low price of $19.99 on (also available on kindle).”

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Lesson 16: If you have the opportunity, laugh.