The US is facing a presidential election year, but it is a year before most Americans even know what the candidates stand for.
The Republican Party is led by a former president who was forced out of office after an impeachment trial and has refused to concede the election results.
A majority of voters also oppose the two major party candidates, but the Democratic Party, led by the party’s presumptive nominee, Hillary Clinton, has a wide lead.
This year’s election cycle is also the first time that candidates for both the US House of Representatives and the US Senate are not running for re-election.
What to expect in the next few weeks The election campaign is already underway, with the Republican Party holding a string of rallies across the US, including in several battleground states.
On Sunday, Trump held a campaign rally in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Then, in Florida, Democrat and former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice joined him to talk about the upcoming presidential race.
“I think this is going to be a very close election, and I don’t think it’s going to change the election,” she said.
“I think we’re going to win it.”
What we know about Trump’s campaign Trump’s campaign has been dominated by his anti-immigration policies and his opposition to trade agreements with China, Mexico and other countries.
Trump has called for a ban on Muslims entering the US and has repeatedly questioned the election result, calling it “rigged” and “corrupt”.
He also repeatedly referred to the election as a “rigging election” in which “corrosive, fraudulent, rigged”.
The campaign is currently led by his daughter Ivanka Trump, who is an executive at the Trump Organisation.
She has been widely criticised for the way she has run the campaign.
She is also a fierce critic of Clinton, and has been criticised for having a low opinion of the former US president.
Trump has also been accused of using his Twitter account to target voters with attacks on immigrants, a tactic that could have a chilling effect on voting.
Clinton, meanwhile, has faced criticism for using the social media platform to campaign, but also for taking advantage of the opportunity to campaign in the states that will hold primaries on Monday and Tuesday.
There are also questions about how Clinton and her husband Bill Clinton will handle the looming 2020 election.
The couple is the longest-serving couple in US history and will be looking to build on their political legacy, as well as their personal legacy.
What you need to know about the US election: The Trump campaign has released a statement saying it will not comment on “current or past events”.
The statement says the Republican candidates “will be discussing issues that matter to our voters in the days ahead”.
It says that while it is important to respect the will of voters, “the Republican Party and the Republican nominee are not beholden to the whims of the public or the public’s appetite for political change”.
Clinton has been accused by Trump supporters of “riggering” the election, a claim she denies.
“It’s been rigged.
It’s been stolen.
It should not be happening,” Clinton said.
Trump and Clinton are both expected to face off in the Democratic primary in the state of New York on April 19.