Conspiracy theories were the vital part of the current American presidential election. Since the Vietnam War, in the Watergate scandal many Americans have been intensely doubtful of their rulers. Donald Trump has made his political career pushing conspiracies. He’s alleged that President Obama could be a foreign impersonator. He suggested that the father of one of his competitors Ted Cruz was connected to the J.F. Kennedy assassination. Now he countenances an adversary with her own past plagued by scandals. Not to talk about the sins of her husband, unusual personal and bitter attacks have defined this election. In the facade of so many conspiracies, what can American voters actually believe?