As the election nears, the question of who’s the best prepared for learning English has become a major one, and a key question for candidates on both sides of the aisle.
The topic is a hot topic among many Americans, who want candidates to be able to speak English fluently and to show their commitment to getting the job done.
In the past few years, we’ve seen candidates like Marco Rubio, who has a foreign language skills background, and Ted Cruz, who speaks French, speak better than Trump and other potential Republican candidates who have not had foreign language training.
But many other Americans don’t know how to speak or read English.
As a result, candidates have come up with their own plans to learn the language.
Here are some of the ideas they’ve put forward: Trump has proposed a “bilingual education program” in which he would teach English and Spanish at the same time, and would give students a chance to work in Spanish-speaking companies.
In a recent speech at a New York conference for foreign language speakers, Trump called for a bilingual education program in America.
This proposal would make a big difference to the American economy, Trump said, as foreign workers will need to know how and where to find work in America if they want to continue working.
Cruz has also said that he would create a bilingual American education system.
This is an idea that many Republicans are taking seriously, but the issue of bilingual education is still controversial among Americans.
This year, the Department of Education said it would study bilingual education and that it would include bilingual instruction in the 2018-2019 school year.
The Trump administration, however, has yet to officially announce its plan to study bilingual instruction, which is the official federal position on bilingual education.
Trump has also proposed instituting a national program of English as a Second Language instruction for students at private and public schools, and has said that this program could cost as much as $500 million a year.
Other Republicans have advocated for a program of language learning at public schools and have proposed increasing the amount of English-language instruction for American students.
Trump and Cruz have also advocated for teaching more American-made products to Americans, which would include making sure American workers are able to work abroad, and for increasing the number of Americans who have a job.
In 2016, Trump told the New York Times that he had no idea how much money would be needed to provide bilingual education, but said it was “going to be a lot of money.”
Other candidates have proposed paying for bilingual education at public universities.
But these ideas have received mixed reactions from the American public.
In response to Trump’s plan to create a national bilingual education system, the New Hampshire Republican Party issued a statement saying it supports Trump’s proposals and believes “there is a need to teach the language to American students.”
The Republican National Committee, in a statement on Wednesday, said it supports the “public good of ensuring that Americans are able and willing to work with one another.”
However, this proposal will be more expensive than the Trump administration’s plan, and there are a lot questions about whether bilingual education would increase Americans’ chances of working in the country.
This question of whether bilingualism is good for American workers will likely be the topic of a big debate this fall, and the debate is likely to be at the forefront of the campaign as the campaigns are trying to get the voters to the polls.