Kaupapa: US Elections 2016

US Election - Americans react to new President

Kei te puta ngā uruparenga huri noa i te ao whānui mō te ekenga atu o Donald Trump hei Perehetini hōu o Amerika. Ahakoa ngā tatauranga i whakapaetia i mua i te kōwhiringa, nā te rōpu Republican te nuinga o ngā pōti o te motu i toa. Kei te taone matua, kei Washington DC tā matou karere a Te Kāea e kapo haere ana i ngā whakaaro o te iwi.

Ahakoa i penei kē te timatanga o te pō kōwhiringa mō ngā Democrats me ngā kaitautoko a Hillary Clinton. I takahuri te wairua i te putanga mai o ngā hua kōwhiringa.

Hei tā Clinton, “We must accept this result and then look to the future. Donald Trump is going to be our president we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead.”

Kua tohua e ngā kaipōti o Amerika ko Donald Trump te tangata ka tu hei rangatira mō rātou a nga tau e wha kei mua I te aroaro.

Hei tā Trump, “All people and all other nations we will seek common ground, not hostility, the partnership not conflict.”

Na reira he aha ngā whakaaro o te hunga o konei.

“I’m in a state of shock just a complete state of shock didn’t see this coming, of course, nobody saw this coming. Shock just utter disbelief and just about everyone else especially my office building when I came in they were absolutely in tears.”

“It was a shock I didn’t see it coming I have a lot of respect for Hillary Clinton. I think she actually had a very good plan I wish she had had an opportunity but that not to happen we have a democracy.”

“Elections ah to be honest man I wish Hillary would have won though but my question is, wonder what the benefits are gonna do for the kids. If we were to lose the benefits I have no clue. I wish Hillary would’ve won, though. Na actually I think Donald Trump will suck, though.”

Ahakoa e rangirua ana ngā whakaaro o ētahi, kei te koa tonu ētahi atu i ngā hua o tēnei kōwhiringa

“He is a really really really nice with a heart of the angel and he’s going to make completely different for everybody inside America. Economically security, national security inside security, law and order and business. I’m sure 100 percent he’s going to put a wall on the border and bring the security for our children and grandchildren and generation after generation.”

“There are large groups of people in the country, including people who live in rural areas including people who maybe are blue collar workers who maybe been left behind by the developments of international trade and the economies of large cities. I think many of those people have watched their good jobs leave the country. In my mind they were the ones who provided the victory here for president-elected Trump.”

Kei te rere haere tonu ngā urupare ki te whakatau, puta noa i te ao

“You know at this point in time you have no idea. You don’t know if he’s gonna hold true with the things that he said. If he’s not gonna front if he’s gonna change it he seems to be unpredictable so you don’t know how to really take someone when they’re unpredictable. I have no idea.”

“Donald Trump I give you my word 100 percent he is going to ring great bug difference inside the Unites States. He’s going to be friendly with good relationship with foreign people that’s what we need. I mean you have to be if you’re going to be tolerated and respect each other and he’s going to make a great big difference.”

Hei apopo ka tutaki atu a Donald Trump ki te perehitini o mohoa nei, ki a Barrack Obama ki te whare ma. Ka āta kōrerohia ngā whakanekeneke mō ngā rā kei mua I te aroaro. Ka tū tonu a Obama hei perehītini o Amerika tae noa ki te rua tekau o kohitatea o te tau e tū mai nei, a hei taua ra tukuna atu ia te mana whakahaere o tenei whenua ki a Donald Trump.