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i do not think a few extra months will -- the rejection from wallonia should not put in and to your trade policy our citizens are not opposed to to ensureher, we need that it is not just a question of maximizing the flow because that may not be compatible with environment. the objective should be to theect the tax standards, environmental and social standards at the highest levels. these are the standards that have to create the framework within which free trade can develop. trade policy can never be decided upon in secret. quite the contrary, we need full transparency and full agreement
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by our citizens. that is the only way in which europe's trade policy will regain the trust of our citizens. thank you. [applause] , mr. lumber. there is now a flood of blue cards in response. you may choose who will respond. you have the floor madam. >> thank you. what you seem to be trying to say is that you are not alone in the resistance but i would like to remember -- to remind you that 27 other countries did give their agreement to trade with canada. toould like to invite you discuss this with one of our neighbors. in wallot need that
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nia. in france. you seem to be suggesting -- i would call on you to recognize the fact that it might be a historical mistake by the commission to go with this approach. wa;;llonia the only institution to say no? my answer to you is simple, in europe, there are two parliaments. parliament and the french-speaking parliament in belgium have discussed the data. i am thinking of the french national assembly the first night.
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that is basically governments going over the heads of what their citizens want. -- a little calm in the chamber please. order, please. we will have to see what the national parliament had to say about what you said. and now, we will hear from the efdd group. >> mrs. smith goes to brussels and you give her five minutes to speak at 1:00 in the morning. this is the same treatment that mr. cameron got. it is lisa french president did
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not leave the table to go to the bathroom. when mr. yunker was asked how going, thetions were impression is that you are too busy to even discuss brexit or to take it seriously. basically, you are hoping that we will change our minds. mr. tusk alluded to that a couple of months ago. i know there is a long tradition here whether it is with denmark, france, ireland or the -- you try to the ignore it. we had mr. yunker urging the dutch government to ignore it the referendum results on the ukraine. it is a disgrace and it is even worse that it is supported by quislings in the british government, people like nick clegg. i am sorry. it is simply not going to happen.
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there are 17 point 4 million people who could not have been clearer. we voted to say that we want our country back and in the end, that is what is going to happen. i have to conference that mrs. mays position in her five minutes was somewhat curious. thater to be arguing britain must have a full boat and a full say in all of the eu affairs until the time we leave is a mixed message. i have seen already this morning that some take it as a sign of weakness. we need to get on with it. every single day that goes by is a lost opportunity. see that aftero seven years of negotiation, the proposed trade agreement with canada, having been vetoed by wallonian people. i want to get on with it because this is very expensive. 13 millionng in net
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pounds every day. some would argue that it is less or more. by the way, it is too much. we are hoping to find out this month late traveling circus to strasberg. and worst of all, we are up to 5% on your staff regulations. every year. they are allowed to retire five years early and receive full pay and entitlements for doing absolutely nothing. nowhere in else in the world would allow this thing to go on. i want us to get on with it. a largeingly, i've met number of scandinavian businesses the other day and they are worried. because they know that the united kingdom is the eurozone's weakest export market in the world. they want to crack on. they know that the eu has trade
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deals with several countries in the world that involves no free movement of people and the logic is, if we can do a deal like that with mexico, why on earth would you not do it with our most important trading partner. that is common sense coming from european businesses. common sense coming from most people in the united kingdom. the only obstacle appears to be the high priests of euro federalism in this room today. ,f you think by delaying brexit if you think by stopping brexit you are going to his -- you're going to help your own businesses, you are wrong. interests ofmutual all of us to conclude a straightforward tariff free deal. [applause] ge,mr. farr raasch -- fara
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clegg asesearch to mr. a quisling? i should like to point out that mr. quisling was the leader of the nazi collaborator in norway. i think it is inappropriate to compare democraticallycompare dd leaders with such individuals. [applause] it against the interest and will of his own people. the point i was making about miliband and clegg is that they refused to accept -- there is something fundamentally wrong here.
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♪ ♪ >> ♪ that i'm proud to be an american where at least i know i'm free and i won't forget the men who died who gave that right to me ♪ mr. trump: thank you.
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thank you very much. we love new hampshire. i can tell you this. i need to open with a very critical breaking news announcement. [applause] mr. trump: the fbi -- [applause] mr. trump: -- has just sent a letter to congress informing them they have just discovered new e-mails pertaining to the former secretary of state, hillary clinton's investigation. [applause] >> [chanting] lock her up! mr. trump: and they are reopening the case into her criminal and illegal conduct that threatens the security of the united states of america.
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hillary clinton's corruption is on a scale we have never seen before. we must not let her take her criminal scheme into the oval office. i have great respect for the fact that the fbi and the department of justice are now willing to have the courage to right the horrible mistakes that they made. this was a grave miscarriage of justice that the american people fully understood.
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hope thateveryone's it is about to be corrected. so, that is a big announcement that i heard 10 minutes ago. and i guess obviously most of you folks have heard about and in all fairness to all of the people that have suffered for doing so much less including just recently four-star general james cartwright, general ,etraeus, and many others perhaps finally justice will be done. with that being said, the rest
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of my speech is going to be so boring. should i even make this speech. we will talk about borders. right? we will talk about trade. will bring back our jobs, we will strengthen our military and i want toing, ok? thank general flynn. he is a great general and i want to thank you for being here. thank you very much. just before he was going up, we heard this news. i told the general to get up there and keep them busy. we wanted to digest what had happened.
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in 11 days, we are going to win new hampshire. the state of my first victory. we are going to win back the white house. 75% of the american people think our country is on the wrong track, and we're going to fix it. we are to get our country back on the right track, and very, very quickly. real change begins with immediately repealing and replacing obamacare. and that is big news. we can't forget how big news that is. we can't lose track. it's a disaster, just like it's a disaster, just like everything else in this administration. it has just been announced that americans are going to experience another massive double-digit hike in obamacare premiums. including a 116% premium hike to our very good friends in the great state of arizona.
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even bill clinton admitted obamacare is the craziest thing in the world, where people wind up with their premiums doubled and their coverage cut in half. in minnesota, where the premium increase will be almost 60%, the democratic governor said the affordable care act is no longer affordable. jonathan gruber, the architect of obamacare, admitted it was all a fraud. he said it was passed because of the stupidity of the american voter. we are doing a lot of good work, aren't we? we are catching all of these people. we are doing a good job. jonathan gruber, there's another. we didn't forget. i never forgot jonathan gruber.
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i said if we do this, i'm going to run, and people forget. i said i'm never going to forget jonathan gruber. the architect of obamacare, what he said. we didn't forget. can you imagine? it's a little more than a week before the election, we didn't forget the name jonathan gruber. but the only real stupidity is that shown by politicians to pass this monstrosity over the serious objections of certain politicians and the american voters. job killing obamacare is just one more way the system is rigged. but with what i have just announced, previously, it might not be as rigged as i thought. right? right? the fbi, i think they are going to right the ship. they're going to save their
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great reputation by doing so. hillary clinton wants to double down on obamacare, destroying american health care forever. she wants to expand obamacare and make it even more expensive. i will repeal and replace obamacare. and we will replace it with a much less expensive plan, and a plan that is much, much better. just this year, hillary clinton declared obamacare is one of the greatest accomplishments of president obama, the democratic party, and our country. that's turned out to be wrong. do they do anything right? we don't win anymore, i mean, you're going to have such a good time starting in 17. we're going to start winning again. we're going to start winning again.
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because it's turned out -- i've been saying this from before it passed. obamacare is a catastrophe. beyond imagination. insurers are leaving, doctors are quitting, companies are fleeing. workers hours are being cut, part-time jobs are all over the place. it was beautiful full-time jobs you used to have don't exist. and deductibles are through the roof. you don't get to use it. if we don't get rid of obamacare, we have no choice. if we don't get rid of it, our health care system is gone forever. we will never have another chance. and by the way, if we don't win this election, you're never going to have another chance either. that i can tell you. it's never going to happen again. repealing obamacare is one of the single most important reasons we must win on november 8. the real change also means
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getting rid of the corruption in washington, and again, maybe that's happened. wow. it's a big day. think of it. i won my first primary in new hampshire, and i'm getting here is the news this morning is -- this is bigger than watergate. this is bigger. in my opinion. this is bigger than watergate. hillary deleted 30,000 e-mails after receiving a congressional subpoena. there were more serious things done, but that was so obvious. she gets the subpoena, she
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bleaches and deletes 30,000 e-mails. it's not about the sale of uranium that nobody knows what it means. i know what it means. to russia. then she talks to me about russia. 20% of the uranium in our country to russia. but you know, the deletion of 33,000 e-mails, that is so out there. after receiving a subpoena from the united states government, she lied to congress, she lied to the fbi, she made 13 phones disappear, some with a hammer. the clinton crew gave more than $675,000 to the wife of the deputy director of the fbi, and the man who was overseeing the investigation into hillary's server. right now, that takes care of itself. i'm very proud that the fbi was willing to do this.
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[applause] just yesterday, we learned that bill clinton's right-hand man just for clinton foundation donors and other donors to funnel as much a $65 million in personal profit to bill and hillary clinton. this man explained that the cozy relationship between the consulting firm, the foundation in clinton's personal income had helped bill and hillary enrich themselves and obtained in-kind services, including personal travel, hospitality relations, and the like. the same people were lobbying hillary clinton at the same time. these people are seriously
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corrupt. terrible conflict. hillary's pay for play included defense contracts. take raytheon, they hired three lobbyists that raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for hillary's last campaign. and are raising money for her campaign. and by the way, 50 to one in ads. in florida, we are winning. ohio, were winning. iowa, we're winning. doing great in new hampshire. i think we are going to have a tremendous victory in pennsylvania. we better have a great victory in new hampshire, please. ok? [applause] in fact, when this news of the fbi's investigation, when it
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just happened a little while ago, they said mr. trump, i think they would understand. we could skip your speech in new hampshire. this is so big. i said i don't have the courage to skip the speech. believe me. i don't have the courage. i'm not skipping enhancer. -- i'm not skipping new hampshire. i never will. we had the big rallies and they said the big rallies will never work in new hampshire. that you have to sit down and have dinner with everybody. i said that's a lot of dinners. they don't expect that. remember, i would have a lot of small meetings, people would talk in new hampshire with any other place taught me about drugs flowing into this country. and your police departments, so great. they told me. i went to some and became friendly with them. i never knew, honestly, i never
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knew it was so bad. i said to the people of new hampshire, because more than any other place, you look at the beautiful little roadways and lakes and streams and everything is so beautiful. the trees, and you say how could they have a drug problem here? i would sit down with groups and say what's your biggest problem? i figured there was a maybe the veterans, which are suffering greatly in this area. and we will solve that problem. but it was always heroin. i said heroin? i learned so much. i said to the people of new hampshire if i win, which i did win new hampshire. on if i win, i also said, if i go all the way, we are going to stop the inflow of drugs into new hampshire and into our country. 100%.
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and i gave the people of and i gave the people of enhancer my pledge. more than anybody else in this case. because they really, about what's happening with the world of drugs pouring in. hard to believe, it's just so strange when you look and see the beauty of this place, then you see that heroin and drugs are your number one problem. by far. anyway, within months, these lobbyists sealed over $26 billion in foreign arms deals, including over $19 billion in qatar, some people say qatar, which happened to offer bill clinton $1 million as a birthday gift for some face time. the lobbyists, one of whom was the sister-in-law to hillary clinton's current campaign chair, received hundreds of thousands of dollars in fees. the contractor got billions of dollars in contracts, and hillary clinton got her campaign
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cash and money for her foundation. i am putting up tremendous amounts of money. today i wrote another check for $10 million, i'm spending money like crazy. i will probably have close to or over $100 million of my money spent on the campaign. but there's something nice about that. unless i lose, in which case they would say what is that all about, right? but we're going to do is right for you, not what's right for some contributor or special interest. hillary put the office of the secretary of state up for sale. and if she ever got the chance, believe me, she would put the office -- you know what office am talking about, the office, call the oval office, for sale. i propose a contract with the american voter which will end
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the corruption and give government back to our great people. i want the entire corrupt washington establishment to hear and heed the words i'm about to say. i have never loved this expression, but it's become the hottest six. if we win in november, we are going to washington, d.c., when we win, ok. and we are going to drain the the swamp. at the core of my contract is my plan to bring back our jobs. you have been suffering with the jobs. the jobs have gone like candy being taken from the baby. new growth numbers just released
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but the average growth rate for this year at a disastrous 1.5%. china goes down to 7% or 8%, gdp, it's a national catastrophe. last quarter, we were at 1%. our job numbers last week were horrible. they were anemic, as this person goes. anemic was the word they used. obama is the first president in modern history not to have a single year up 3% growth. it's hard because we are a large country. well india is a much larger country, they are at 8%. china is at 7%. and china is not happy. we are at around 1%, and we just keep going along. just keep going along, losing our jobs to mexico and every other place.
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47 million americans are on food stamps and 45 million people -- this is our country, are living in poverty. meanwhile, our trade deficit with the world is now nearly $800 billion a year. you say who negotiates these contracts? true, obama. it's true. instead of campaigning for hillary clinton, he ought to be in the white house, in the oval office, negotiating trade deals. beating isis. taking care of our veterans, which he does not do. we are living through the greatest jobs theft in the history of the world. they are stealing our jobs. the greatest in history of the world. new hampshire has lost one in three manufacturing jobs since nafta. a deal signed by bill clinton
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and supported strongly by hillary. we lost 70,000 factories since china entered the world trade organization. another bill and hillary disaster. the trump administration will immediately begin negotiating and we will start this negotiation so fast. onwill start a negotiation nafta and if we do not get the deal that we want, we will terminate have to thing get a better trade deal. and i will not go into the details but because there are different tax systems -- they are under their system and we are under hours but because they are under a different tax system, the day the deal was signed, it was a defective deal
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with us having a massive, at least 17% disadvantage. it is complicated. i will not or you with that but we have been working with a defective deal for deals and no one, no politician went back to renegotiate it. we will get it done so easily. to fire theirants workers and go to mexico or another country and that they think they are going to ship their products act into the u.s., we will charge them a tax of 35%. so, when you think these companies which right now are negotiate to leave new hampshire pennsylvania, and ohio. and right now, as we are talking they are negotiating deals. mexico is the eighth wonder in the world in terms of
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negotiating deals. asked them what about us? and they say it will be the other way around. there will be consequences. that they nowize have to pay a tax to come through our strong border, do you know what they are going to say? they will say -- we will not move. the politicians do not want to do that because they control -- they are controlled by the people that get their campaign contributions and other things. does anyone know what i mean by that? to chineseo stand up currency manipulation and we will stop the transpacific agreement. we will become a rich nation again.
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but to be a rich nation, we must also be a safe nation. hillary clinton unleashed isis on to the world and it has now spread into our country. open are right now 1000 isis investigations across the u.s. increaseary wants to by 550% the massive number of syrian refugees flowing into our country. that is over the obama numbers. administration will suspend the syrian refugee problem. and we will get other countries we have gulf states -- $20 trillion in debt. they have to do their share.
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we cannot let people into this country that we do not know about. as ie say this as clearly can. if i am elected president, i am when we love -- new hampshire. i love this place. withe way, we are leading -- in florida. i do not agree with these polls. these are called dirty polls.
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i think we are winning new hampshire. . . when i am elected president. i am going to keep radical islamic terrorist out of our country. the trump administration will also secure and defend the borders of the u.s. way, you guys are great. it has been a long time. you have been waiting a long time for the right person. a lot of these places -- [chanting "trump"]
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mr. trump: they are the worst. they are so dishonest. but a lot of these reports coming out in the early voting states, people are coming up that have never voted. these are great people but they have never seen anyone or heard anyone that said they were going to bring back their jobs.
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let your product come right in with no tax or any. and i am ais this? free and fair trade but we have the wrong people representing us. the lines in florida are four blocks long. and in tennessee, a great congressman said to me -- i have never seen anything like it. that have coming out not voted for years. -- so theycoming out are not polled. that have coming out not voted in years. happening in texas. that have never even voted and yet they are great americans. they just never saw anyone they wanted to vote for. they are coming out with the trump shirt and hat and buttons. who knows?
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they may have all of the trump stuff and you never know -- maybe they are voting for crooked hillary linkedin -- but i do not think so. history has taught us that we don't they so. think we are doing great. and yet, on the border, we had no choice, we will build the wall and mexico will pay for it. we have to stop the drugs. we have to stop the drugs. remember my pledge to everybody but in particular to new hampshire because i know what you are going through. i know what your incredible law enforcement, police and wire .epartment -- and fire department. they are shooting at the firemen. let's.
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-- bullets. we have a divided country and we are going to make our country love again. countless americans who have died in recent years would be alive today if not for the open border policies of this administration. this includes incredible americans like sarah root. the man who killed her arrived at the border, entered federal custody and then was released into the u.s. community under the policies of this white house. he was released again and again after crime or crying. and now, is at large. cerebral graduated from college just the day before with a 4.0 grade average, top in her class. she was violently killed.
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outstanding young woman. also among the victims of obamacare is an open door policy. a clerk in mesa, new mexico was murdered by a gang member who had also been released from federal custody. asked that he not be released because of his violence but he shot grant to the head. another big m who we have all learned about, kate steinle, gunned down in temperate disco by illegal immigrants. supported byon was previous times and now he has a good lawyer.
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and then there is the case of earl olander who was brutally death and let to bleed to in his home. the perpetrators were illegal immigrants with criminal records a mile long. people begged that they be incarcerated or moved out of the country. but our geniuses would not listen. 64-year-old air force veteran marilynn harris was sexually assaulted and beaten to death with a hammer. her killer has been arrested on multiple locations but was never deported. people asked -- please to portend. this is what happened. this was a crime wave that never ends. it is thousands of cases like
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this. president, believe me, it will end. not only will a wall keep out the dangerous cartels and criminals, but it will also keep out the drugs. -- and heroine posing the heroin. i have met plenty of people in new hampshire that have a tremendous problem. we are going to work with people, set up programs and try everything that we can to get unaddicted.icted -- debt --d when i won the community thatre we would stop drugs from pouring
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into your community. i guarantee you that we well. you will be so proud of your president in your community. i just want to say in closing, i just want to say in closing that we have an amazing movement going on. a movement like this they have never seen before. a movement that hopefully will not be stopped. we have a movement that the biggest people in the world, the media, have said that they have never seen anything like it before. every crowd. every auditorium. the other night we had a situation, thousands of people and i said to the fire marshal -- isn't it possible to let more in? we had thousands of people in this massive field and many thousands outside of the gates that they would not let him.
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they said they could not let them in. it would be a stampede of love. there were so many people. they said -- we have strong security guys but they are not as strong as 45,000 people charging in so i fully understand. we have something going on that is so special. we are going to reduce your taxes. we are going to simplify your taxes. we are going to make your business is welcome in the country. we are going to reduce the taxes for middle income people. we call them the forgotten men
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and women. the only company that i can think of that will not like us is h&r block. but we will greatly simplify your taxes. and your businesses. we are taking it fromand your b. we are taking it from 35%, down to one of the lowest in the world, 50%. we are getting rid of a lot of the regulations stopping growth. tremendous amounts of obligation -- regulations. this will mean jobs and expansion and new companies growing. we are going to create the border. we are going to stop the drugs. we will have people coming into our country. they have to come in legally. we want a lot of people to come in.
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and we will streamline the process. we want people to come in. we want them to come in legally and we want marriage. we want people that love our country. them come in on merits. a word you don't hear anymore. we are also going to, very importantly, appoint justices to the supreme court or you can be proud of and who will respect the constitution of the united
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states. we are going to save our second amendment. [applause] we are going to help bigley on education. we are going to go with choice. we are going to terminate common core. our military is depleted. we are going to rebuild our military. we are going to lead through strength. hopefully, we do not need to use our military, but i will tell you this. we are getting rid of isis. we are getting rid of isis. we have no choice. not since medieval times have people seem -- chopping off of heads, drowning in cages, burying in the sand, not since medieval times. it all grew during the tenure of obama and hillary clinton. isis. she stands up and says what she
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says. she was there. it came out of the vacuum. we should never have gone into iraq, but once we did, we should've gone out the right way, not the wrong way, in the way they went out with so sad, so bad, including giving back mosul, which now they are fighting to take aback, and they should have used the element of surprise -- does anyone agree? we never use the element of surprise anymore. give them plenty of time to get ready and then attack. and it turns out to be tough for them they ever thought. we are going to have a country you are going to be proud of again. we are going to have a president that hopefully you will be proud of. i am going to work so hard for every community. i will be working very hard for
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the african-american community, the hispanic community, for every community. and we are going to have this divided nation come together, and i just want to say, we are going to make america strong again. we are going to make america -- it doesn't sound nice, but we have no choice -- wealthy again. we are going to make america great again. i want to thank everybody in new hampshire. get out and vote. you are special people. you are very, very special people. god bless you and vote. thank you, new hampshire. ♪ ♪
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>> later in the day, hillary clinton made a brief statement
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into des moines concerning the fbi's announcement about the discovery of new e-mails. she took a few questions from the news media. mrs. clinton: good afternoon, i would like to say a few words and then take your questions. i have now seen director comey's letter to congress. we are a few days out from perhaps the most important election of our lifetime. voting is already underway in our country. the american people deserve to get the full and complete facts immediately. the director himself as a said, he does not know whether the e-mails referenced in his letter are significant or not. i am confident that whatever they are, they will not change the conclusion reached in july. therefore, it is imperative that the bureau explains this issue in question, whatever it is, without any delay.
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i look forward to moving forward to focus on the important challenges facing the american people, winning on november 8, and working with all americans to build a better future for our country. thank you. blacks have your any of your advisers heard from comey or anyone else at the fbi today? and are you concerned at all that the new e-mails will reveal classified information that you sent or received? mrs. clinton: no, we have not been contacted by anyone. the first we heard was in this letter sent to republican members of the house was released. we do not know the facts. which is why we are calling on the fbi to release all the information that it has. even director comey noted that
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this new information may not be significant, so let's get it out. >> you have 11 days to go, what would you say to a voter right now who would hear what you are saying, they said i did not trust her before or any more right now, and they are headed to the ballot box tomorrow? mrs. clinton: i think people a long time ago made up their minds about the e-mails. that has factored into what people think and now they are choosing a president. so i would urge everybody to get out and vote early. and all the states that have early voting, because i think americans want a president who can lead our country and get the economy working for everyone, not just those at the top. and, can bring our country together. i offer that, i can do that, and i am confident the american people know that. we will continue to discuss what is at stake in the selection because i believe that it is one
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of the most consequential elections ever. >> secretary clinton, there are some reports that these e-mails were found on devices that belong to your aides, and have you spoken to huma, has she given you any information? mrs. clinton: we have heard these rumors, we do not know what to believe. i am sure there will be more rumors. that is why it is incumbent upon the fbi to tell us what they are talking about, because right now, your guess is as good as mine. and i do not think that is good enough. we made that very clear that if they are going to be sending this kind of letter that is only going originally to republican members of the house, that they need to share whatever facts they claim to have with of the american people. and that is what i expect to happen. thank you, all.
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your calls and comments on washington journal. health and human services secretary silvio burwell talks about the affordable care law and after that, about the affordable care law and after that, some predictions for the up coming 2016 elections. >> c-span brings you more debates this week from key races. tonight at 10:00, the pennsylvania senate debate between pat toomey and katy mcginty. , the debate in00 the south carolina fourth district race. at midnight, the north carolina governors debate between patrick
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and lawn cooper, seasonal. monday night at 8:00, live on c-span, rand paul and jim gray debate for the kentucky senate seat. now until election day, watch key debates on the c-span networks. and listen on the c-span radio app. c-span, where history unfolds daily. >> this morning, ryan blaze of the george mason university center and the executive director of families usa discuss a projected hike in insurance premiums next year and the reason for it. and then the wilson center representative talks about alleged russian sponsored banking and u.s.-russia relations. and later, washington examiner zero westwood has a latest on the fbi director there's invest
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-- announcement concerning the investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails. as always, we will take your calls and you can join the conversation on facebook and twitter. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2016]] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit] host: good morning to you. today is saturday, october 29. the f.b.i. has discovered new e-mails in its investigation of democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton's use of a private server. the f.b.i. still trying to determine what's in the documents and whether they might contain classified information. but james comey said in a letter to congress that the e-mails appear to be pertinent to its probe. these e-mails were uncovered while the f.b.i. was looking into illicit text messages allegedly sent by anthony weiner the estranged husband of humana aberdeen.


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