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ands with volunteers assessment in, who tweeted this photo with the message -- president trump was also in pennsylvania this weekend to campaign for representative rick conore who is challenging lamb in the election. he also took the opportunity to talk about the accomplishments of his administration. this is just under an hour and a half. ♪
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from detroit down to houston and new york to l.a. there is pride in every american's heart and it's time we stand and say 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
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i gladly stand up next to you and defend her still today doubt iere ain't no love this land god bless the usa americanroud to be an where at least i know i'm free and i won't forget the men who died who gave that right to me up next toy stand you and defend her still today cause there ain't no doubt i love this land usa ♪ess the [applause]
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pres. trump: i love this place. hello, pittsburgh. hello, spurred. -- pittsburgh. do me a favor, get out on tuesday and vote for rick saccone. we can leave right now. come on. don't have to spend any time. i'm thrilled to be back in pennsylvania. college, school here, with so many hard-working american patriots. you are great people.
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pennsylvania is the state that independence,an american freedom, and what else? american steel. american steel. they've been joking about steel the last little while, haven't they? the steel and a lot of steel mills are opening up because of what i did. [applause] not all of my friends on wall street love it. we love it because we know what it does. many plants have just announced they are expanding, opening, steel is back. it's going to be back. steel is back and aluminum is back. it's going to be back. pennsylvaniaer 8, is the state that gave us the
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45th president of the united states. [applause] and i think we are doing a good job for you. i hope so. we are working hard. not easy. washington, d.c., a lot of evil there. we are getting it out. a lot of bad people. a lot of fake media. look at them. fake media. [booing] fake media. it's funny, i don't know if you we had a problem for years with north korea. president obama said it was the biggest problem we had. there and weent
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put very strong sanctions and lots of other things we've been doing from the first day i was in office. and after having gone to north on -- iteing kim jong is very positive. you may doeeting that, now we have to be nice. let's see what happens. korean top people, outesentatives, they walked of the white house to a throng of these characters. big, big group. everybody wanted to find out what happened. korea is tough. they are testing nuclear weapons. they are doing a lot of things. this should have been handled over the last 30 years. not now. [applause]
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they should have been handling it. everyone will say it. that's ok. that is what we do. we handle things. out and theyme has that your president done a great job. a great job in the olympics. president moon said without donald trump, the olympics would have been a failure. it's true. well say it. nobody else is going to say it. a little hard to sell tickets when you think you're going to be nuked. when north korea called and said we would like to be in the olympics, everybody said let's buy tickets. let's go. it became very successful. south korea did a great job. it was great to see north korea
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going and participating. there was a nice unity. it was really nice. koreann the south representatives who left north korea came outside, a throng of press, they announced north korea, kim jong-un would like to meet with president trump. this doesn't happen. obama could have done that. trust me, he couldn't have. he wouldn't have. he would not have done it. neither would bush and clinton. they had their shot. all they did was nothing. clinton gave away billions and billions of dollars and is soon as they made the deal, the following day, they started working on making more nukes. that is not a great deal. 1999, isee the story,
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headed byt the press" sleepy eyes chuck todd. sleeping son of a bitch, i tell you. they showed it this morning. 1999. i'm talking about north korea, take him out now. they have clinton saying we are pleased to announce we have made a deal with north korea. unit how that turned out. we gave billions and billions of dollars and we got nothing. they show me young, handsome. i said why can't i look like that today? i should have run back then. right? i should have run back then. i would have done this earlier. [applause]
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they had me literally saying -- i don't know if anybody sought. literally saying a very good guy actually, but saying we've got to do something about north korea. have clinton giving everything away and then they show and here we are today with a man who is nuked up all over the place. we have been very strong and very vigilant and now lots of good things are going to happen. we will see. the funny thing, so, they announce he is not going to send through themore meetings. think of that. we were getting a lot of missiles sent. i would not say japan was thrilled, missiles flying over japan. they are very happy with what i'm doing. who else could do it? honestly. they are not going to send missiles. they are not sending missiles.
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i believe that. i really do. they want to do something. they want to make peace. it's time. we have shown great strength. that is important. right? [applause] you president xi of china has helped us a lot. they really helped us. comese 93% of the goods through china going into north korea. 93 percent. that is powerful. they've been very good. they could have done more, that's ok. i say to them, you could do more. more for us than any other president or for this country and i respect that. you need that. the flow of goods. and we put sanctions on. so they come out, many of the
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same characters that i see. i see those faces. [booing] for the first two hours, it was unbelievable. this is amazing. this is incredible. i can't believe this is happening. a lot of people thought we were going to war and all of a sudden they say we are going to have a meeting and there's no more missiles going off and they want to denuclearize. nobody had heard that. they said they want to, they are thinking about that. who knows what is going to happen. we may sit fast or down and make the greatest deal for the world and for all of these countries, including north korea. that is what i hope happens. the press is going, this is fantastic. amazing. a certain anchor on cnn, fake as hell, cnn.,
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the worst. so fake. fake news. [chanting ccnn sucks] the ratings are lousy, by the way. compared to fox. [applause] and a certain anchor, female, said this is really something. he would go down as a truly great president, if this happened. ok. amazing, incredible, did you hear what they said? denuke. all of these things. no more missiles. they want to meet with president
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trump. they could not believe it. the worst of them, cnn, msnbc, which is worse. , third rate, and nbc, which is horrible. the newscast is not doing well on nbc network. they are heading down the tubes. listen, i did "the apprentice" on nbc for 14 seasons. we had a successful show. arnold schwarzenegger fail and he is a movie star. martha stewart failed when she keptthe apprentice" and i chugging along every year. i gave them good ratings when they were dying. they do nothing but kelly. cnn.s perhaps worse than i have to tell you. msnbc is horrible. here they are. they are outside, these
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wonderful representatives, very high level from south korea are saying all of these things. all of the things they can't believe because it's like five years of head of schedule. before this they would say that will never happen. and you will never get them to stop with the missiles. they are saying all of this. now they say they want to stop the missiles. they want to denuclearize. they want to do all of these things. all of these people can't believe it. unbelievable. i said to my wife, it's amazing, they are really nice tonight. it's amazing. they say this is incredible. ok. then i get up in the morning. [laughter] right? the same people are saying not that big of a deal. anybody could have done it. obama could have done it. no, no, obama. [booing] obama was driving you down.
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take a look at the numbers before we took over. they were heading down. so nice, i'm looking forward to watching in the morning. i go and literally they are could haveton met. he gave away the house. bush, bush, bush. another great republican. he got us into the middle east. we spent $7 trillion in the middle east over 17 years. $7 trillion as of three months ago. ok? that was like taking a big stone and throwing it into a hornets nest. we are bringing it back. isis, we have 98% of the land back. 98%.
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so i woke up and i saw these reports that anybody could have done it. yeah, sure. president for life. that was another one. it happened two days ago. was. joking, i was at -- i i was joking. i said president for life. that sounds good. maybe we have to try that. [applause] i'm joking. but i'm joking. they knew i was joking. everybody was laughing. i'm joking about being president for life. hisld trump with dictatorial attitude wants to be president for life. fake news. fake. fake. horrible. you know what is going to
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happen? do, all they do is good stuff, the economy is the best it has ever been. by the way, some of you are in it's comingrld, back. big, big, big. steel is coming back. plants are going to be opening and what we have done with the 25% tariffs for those guys who dump their steel all over the place -- by the way, it is not good steel. you know what i mean. it is crap. steel is coming back. elections prior to the in 2020, everyone of those guys, we really endorse donald trump. election, the the
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ratings are going to go so far down, they will be out of business. can you imagine? can you imagine covering bernie or pocahontas? pocahontas. how about that? guys, somegine these of them are smiling, some of them can't stand it. they can't take it. can you imagine having to cover elizabeth warren for four years? i was watching in the campaign and hillary was right there and pocahontas was up and she was so angry -- we love each other, the women and men. i thinkso angry, i said she is losing the entire male audience and many of the women. she was going at it. hillary is saying, what did i do?
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can you imagine if they had to cover these people? any of them, to be honest. i would love opera to win. i know her weakness. i know her weakness. well. her very i was on her last show. the last week. she had donald trump and his family. mike, we have come a long way. probablypresident and -- you know. think of it. i know her weakness. wouldn't we love to run against oprah winfrey? i would love it. that would be painful for her. 3 million --ed thank you, darling. they are positive. i thought they were negative. that is the problem. we have a room that is packed and we have one person -- that is a fan. that is a fan over there. if we have one person it's a big deal the next day.
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we have created 3 million jobs. nobody thought that was possible. the largest tax cut and reform in american history. thanve created more 300,000 new jobs last month. saw the numbers numbersy, yesterday's was among the best numbers ever produced in the history of our country. the history of our country. [applause] guys -- my "usa"]ng
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my guys came into my office and they gave me the number. ,f you add the previous month which was adjusted upward by 52,000 jobs, they were low last month. it adjusted upward. over 360 thousand jobs. i said, is that a mistake? is good. we were at 360. i said is that a typographical error? reports.e best the amazing thing, wages went up little bit. you haven't had wages in 19 years. wages are starting to climb. think of it. wages. how good is that? african-american unemployment has reached the lowest level in history. the lowest.
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i'm very proud of that. african-american unemployment reached the lowest level in history and last month it went up a little bit. i made the mistake. it was not as good. it wasn't historic. i was in a different month and i said it's the lowest level in history. they killed me. because it was the previous month. to new month brought it down the lowest level. now it is the lowest level. hispanic unemployment is the that. level -- think of hispanic unemployment is the lowest level in history. women, women, we love you. we love you. didn't we surprise them with women in the election?
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remember? women won't like donald trump. have i had that kind of a problem? i don't think so. night for a rough donald trump because the women won't come out. we got 52%. [applause] and i'm running against a woman. you know, it is not that easy. people are now employed. that came out this morning. level ofhe highest employment in the history of our country. 155 million. think of that. level of while the obama administration in its final year was losing
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1000 manufacturing jobs a month, 300,000created almost new manufacturing jobs. think of that. think of that. the task for all of us tonight is to make sure that this great american come back continues, for speed ahead. we are doing things that are amazing. you know make america great again? right? you know what the new slogan is going to be -- i won't tell you. we've got to keep it secret. did you ever see so much press? do you know what the new slogan will be? i can't use it in three years. very good. and say here's my
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to halfwhich is now years we have to start thinking. we can't make america great again because i already did that. right? right? our slogan, this is a team, -- thisslogan will be is the assumption it happens, which i am almost positive. you can never be 100% sure. let's assume it's going like it's going. by the way, if we coasted for two and half years, we did a hell of a job. i was telling the guys, let's coast. the stock market is up almost 40% since election day. think of that. that's not rich people. that is for everybody. i tell it all the
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time. i take pictures with the policeman. i love the firemen. they are great. they are always coming up and saying thank you very much. my 401(k) is up 41%. my wife thinks i'm a genius. they think like they are great investors. they are up. that is good. that is what we want. that is what we have to have. we are so proud of this country. the new slogan, when we start running, two years from now, is great,o be keep america exclamation point. keep america great. we can only do that if we elect people who are going to back our valuesand fight for our
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and that is why we have to defeat nancy pelosi -- [boos] waters, a very low iq individual. did you ever see her? did you ever see her? we will impeach him. impeach. he hasn't done anything wrong. it doesn't matter. she is a low iq individual. you can't help her. we will impeach him. you have maxine waters and others. pelosi, you can't have that. and conor lamb, lamb the sham, right? lamb the sham. he is trying to act like a republican. i don't know, looks like a nice
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guy. i hear he is nice looking. i think i am better looking than him. i do. i do. he is slightly younger than me. slightly. i heard that. he's ok. he's all right. personally i like rick saccone. i think he is handsome. you did a great job on television today. that was a great interview. he is really good. here's the thing, we are dealing with people that want to obstruct. they want to stop us from doing things. we have an infrastructure bill for 1.7 billion dollars and they want to stop it. they want to stop daca. that is their issue. we've got to get it done. for 1.7 billion dollars and they want to stop it. besides that, honestly, we need
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good workers in our country. companiesing a lot of into the country. we are not going to have workers. they are here. they are good people. the democrats are trying to not that was so a deal good that you could not refuse. like the mob. i made a deal. so good they cannot refuse. i thought they were going to refuse and they did. they are getting killed now by the daca recipients. they are getting killed. is not going lamb to vote for us. nice wordse his about me. this is trump country. he has to stay nice. he's smart. he says nice things. he is not he gets in, going to vote for us. he is going to vote the party line. he has to.
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system.razy he's going to vote the party line. he istting your votes, talking about how much he likes arrifs.sts -- t all of these countries are calling up, we don't like these. european union, sounds good. different countries. sounds nice. they kill us on trade. like, youan union is can't go any higher than you are anyway. they have trade barriers. we can't even sell our farming goods. they restrict us. then they say we want those ta riffs taken off. we are going to tax mercedes-benz, bmw, you want to have money? you want money to come into our country? [applause]
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the cars are really the big item. the big-money item. when i said that, it's like, let's stop talking with this guy. we are like $100 billion down with the european union. we had stupid politicians doing stupid things. think of $100 billion. i've always had $71 billion. mexico, $130 billion. that is a real number. a 16% tax.ges nobody talks about it. that deal was bad the day they made it. tax.have a 16% nobody talks about it. i talk about it. we are either going to renegotiate nafta -- and i said onwon't put the tariffs mexico and canada. candidate is brutal.
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we have a deficit with canada. they send in timber, steel, a lot of things. our farmers in wisconsin are not treated well when we want to send things to them. i don't blame them. why should i blame them? they outsmarted our politicians for decades. i don't mean obama. i mean all of them. first, thathe includes a lot of territory. ronald reagan. -- i thought his he was great. i loved to style. he was a cheerleader for the country. not great on the trade. years, wheeze to be a -- we used toffs be a nation of tariffs. countries had to pay for the privilege of taking our product, our jobs. they had to pay.
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they want to to sell their products, they had to pay. today in china they sell a car 2.5%.s than they paid we sell a car in china, which is almost impossible to do, it is probably 5%. why is that -- it is 25%. why is that? that is why we have a trade deficit with china. it is no good. we are changing it. it takes a while. we are changing. [applause] we have to. deficit withde countries of the world. listen to this number, children close your ears, a trade deficit $800 billion. who makes these deals? he said obama.
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[laughter] honestly, it is more than obama. plenty of people. plenty of presidents allow that to happen. we are going to get a lot of things straightened away, nafta is under work right now. they are going to be very good. you saw what i did with the pena nieto. .- the tariffs let's make a deal on nafta. if you make a decent deal for the american people, we will have no problem with the tarif s s. to thethe same thing european union. look, you are killing us. we are losing $100 billion a year. ouryou are not accepting product. i want to help the farmers. countries -- open up your countries. they pounded together. why did they banned together to
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screw the united states on trade? that's ok. they are allowed. here it would be called a monopoly. those countries got together to do well on trade. people don't know that. union.r the european it sounds innocent. it is not innocent. they are very tough and smart. stuff into us and we chair -- charge them practically nothing. we sell things into them, you can't get it through the barriers. they have artificial barriers. monetary, environmental. they come up with things you would not believe. we can't get our product in there. i said open up your barriers. get rid of your tariffs and we will do this. we have -- that's ok. that is where the cars come in. we have a lot of work to do. i need people that can help and this guy can really help me. this guy can really help. [applause]
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rick saccone, and he's got a tough race. we won by 22 points. it is a crazy time. crazy. i think the republicans, you never hear this, i think she is here, karen handel. she was here. where is she? did i do a good job in atlanta? karen, is this, karen was down. she started off with a group of people. she had running for congress in atlanta, the atlanta area. spent $34y who million, that is the world record, running to be a congressman. they make $150,000 a year. something is going on. i did not know you were here. that is great.
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was running with many republicans, 14 republicans. karen was the one i wanted. that's a lot of republicans. karen ended up with 14 or 15. this guy was 58, which meant he would have won the election with no more runoff. we came after him. we came after that guy and we found out a couple of minor things. he did not live in the district. nobody cares about that. really? let's try it. anyway, you have to get 50 in which case the election is over. less than that, you get a runoff. karen was fantastic. she was with so many republicans. he was the only democrat. in four days,down i got no credit from these guys, from 58 to 48.
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now he is in a runoff with karen. think of it. karen and i finish with this guy, 32 million he spends, she spends less than that, like about $29 million less. spent $29 million less. by the time we finish, the winner by five points was karen handel. [applause] they love the job she is doing. you're going to have a good victory now. the people know you and love you. i hope i don't have to make speeches all over the place. need ouraren and we congressman saccone. we have to have him. waters, the, maxine only chance she's got to become speaker is electing democrats.
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we don't have a big margin. it is very small. they are doing a number in your state. withee what they're doing the congressional districts. hopefully the united states supreme court will take that case. this is horrible, what they have done. they had state judges that are democrats change or voting districts. what kind of stuff is that? [booing] it is going to make it hard for republicans that would easily win. now it is all changed. it is very unfair. let's see what happens. it is in court. it is very unfair. -- ofople of berg can't berg can't because -- be conned by this guy lamb. he can say i love president trump.
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i don't want to meet him. anybody that says that, i might like him and then rick will be angry at me. that.ot going to do he's not going to do it. there's no way he is going for the things -- he says he's not going to vote for pelosi. that could be possible. most people are. , he's going tot do this for steel. the democrats are opposed. he is weak on crime. weak on the border. weak on the second amendment. all of a sudden he got strong. in terms of abortion? take a look at his record. it's amazing. take a look at his record. that is where he is going. party is full of people who tell their voters one thing in the election and go to washington and vote lockstep.
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the one thing i noticed about them and i've been there 14 months, 14 months. have we done a lot? man. [applause] we have done more than any thet-term administration in history of our country. we have. you take a look. cuts, a greatx supreme court, look at we've done. look what we've done. we passed the biggest tax cut in the history of our country and did not get one democrat vote. and how good is that kicking in? remember? we did not get one democrat vote. think of it.
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now they're getting nervous. that's ok. when at&t and the big company started to pay thousands of dollars in bonuses to millions of people, it is up to 5 million people now. that was not in the schedule. they are paying the money. the people are getting the money. we are so proud of that. we also got rid of the individual mandate from obamacare.hich guts that will be next. that is where you pay a lot of money for the privilege of not getting health care. how do you like that one? courtat made it through -- you pay a lot of money for the privilege. we got rid of the individual mandate. nobody talks about it. the tax bill was so massive.
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we are calling it tax reform. this is where a non-politician like me is good. for 40 years they could not pass it. i said, how is it possible? i don't know. we can't. reagan was the last one. we can't pass it. reform isr, the tax not easy. i said do you call it tax reform or a tax cut? he said -- [applause] we call it tax reform. we are doing a lot of reforming. people don't know what reform means. neither do i. people want tax cuts. [applause] they want tax cuts. they want tax cuts and honestly the word reform could mean they
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are going to triple your taxes. i said nobody knows what it means. it could be really bad. never thought of that. after 40 years. they said could you come up with the name. i did. cut cut cut bill. , the politicians thought that was hokey. taxalled it the tax u.s. cut and jobs bill. which is nice. we got it passed. , unanimous inus the republican party and unanimous for the democrats. you are going to have a great man running as a republican for the senate. lou is going to be great. he's got a chance. he is with you all the way.
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he loves this state. we will be fighting for him very hard. he's going to be running. he is running very hard. he's going to be fantastic. we did not have one democrat vote. think of that. historically after a presidential election, the other side always wins. you've heard the story. people become complacent. you had a victory. ? do you like me? [applause] i like you, too. i love you. so -- is there any more fun than a trump rally? [applause]
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times i have to do readings, we will pass and environmental bill. i am spoiled. a small place with 20 -- 2000 people, open a stadium. other guys get 50 people and are satisfied. we need crowds like this. the fire marshal was fantastic. he is a great guy. he opened up those doors and he's got guys and he let most of away,ople, they were sent those cameras are never going to cover those corners. they never are. cover,e never going to they never show the crowds. they never like to show the crowds. ever. the only thing is the noise. you can't imitate, it sounds agape state football game. it sounds like an ohio state football game. right?
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i will say to friends, did you see my speech? yes. how good was i? how good? good. did they show the crowd? they didn't. i could tell by the noise the crowd was really big. you can't hide that. you can't. can't do it. so the democrats are the party of sanctuary cities. explain that one. they like to protect criminals. they like to protect ms 13. this is the party -- how about that?
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these ice guys are tough as hell . they are not playing games. the only thing i hate to say, not so politically correct, the only thing these gang members understand his toughness. i hate to say it. they are not interested in inius, they are interested someone to suffer. we have the toughest people the of ever seen. they went to long island and they grabbed them by the neck and threw them into the paddy wagon. we are cleaning out. [chanting filled that wall -- build that wall] we are building the wall. [applause] 100%. 100%. the president of mexico, who is a nice guy, it has been built
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the wall. thes all set to say build wall. we are building the wall. the president of mexico calls and we are in the midst of negotiating nafta. we have a sticking point. he called up, respectfully, he is a high-quality guy. president, wemr. would like you to make a statement that mexico will not pay for the wall. i said, are you crazy? i'm not making that statement. he said you have to. is it a dealbreaker? i said bye-bye. there is no way. what i will say and what i told , president, don't worry, it comes out in the wash. we are going to put it into the nafta agreement. we are going to make a better
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nafta deal. we have to. we lose 130 billion dollars with mexico, we can do better than that. the wall is this. you don't even notice it. that and i said we can't do that. he was going to come to washington. no way i'm going to say anything like that. we will build the wall. we have to. the democrats are holding it back. million -- 25 25 billion. you're going to have a lot of change. a lot of change. all the big builders, the best ones in the world. we want to use the good builders, save a lot of money on the airplanes, on air force one. $1.4 billion we saved. too expensive. it is crazy.
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we saved a lot of money. we saved 1.4 billion dollars. that is worth a 10 minute meeting. i don't care how big the united states is. we are going to build a wall. we have to build the wall, four people, gans, drugs, -- it has never been a problem like we have right now and like the we fill upithpeople, drugs. these councils, they want to be on councils, blue-ribbon ia,ncils, where we take melan a great first lady. she is great. [applause] she is great. easy?ink her life is not so easy. ia and others on this blue-ribbon committee. you think the drug dealers that
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kill thousands of people, you think they care who is on a blue-ribbon committee? the only way to solve the drug problem is through toughness. when you catch a drug dealer, you've got to put him away for a long time. when i was in china and other places i said, mr. president, do you have a job problem? we do not. i said, big country, 1.4 billion people. not much of a drug problem. what do you attribute that to? the death penalty. [laughter] hey, if you are a drug dealer and you're going to get caught and you know you're going to kill people, you're killing our kids, they are killing our kids, killing our families, killing our workers, we have a hard time , of the 100 million people,
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they want to work. we have a hard time. a lot of them can't qualify at these factories. chrysler is coming back to michigan. companies coming back to the united states. happening. a lot of people can't qualify because of drugs. i said to the president, i said you don't have much of a problem? no. they had a problem. go back to hundred years ago, they know about drugs. it was devastating to china. the opium. devastating. it destroyed china. i'm not going to let it destroy us. there was an article in one of the main papers, maybe the failing new york times. i don't know where they get it. i don't know that the united states is ready for it. at a minimum, you have to give
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long sentences. if you go to singapore, i said, mr. president, what happens with your drugs? we don't have a problem. we have zero tolerance. he is not playing games. we have a different type of people. they don't play games. how are you doing on drugs? no problem. what do you mean? entertainment, a lot of things happening. we have a zero tolerance policy. what does that mean? if we catch a drug dealer, death penalty. [applause] they don't have a problem. this, if somebody shoot somebody or kill somebody, they go away for life and they can get the death penalty. one person.
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they shoot one person they get the death penalty. kill some person, the person they get may be the death penalty or life in prison. no parole. ok. --rug do their will kill dealer will kill 2000, 5000 people in the course of his or her life. thousands of people are killed or their lives are destroyed, families are destroyed. you can kill thousands of people and go to jail for 30 days. they catch a drug dealer, they don't him in jail. you kill one person, death penalty. in many states. or you get life imprisonment. think of it. drugsll 5000 people with you're smuggling them in
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and you're making money, people are dying, they don't even put you in jail. they don't do anything. you might get 30 days, 60 days, you might you're smuggling themn get a year. you are not going to get -- you a problem.we have that is why we have a problem, folks. i don't think we should play games. on polling i don't know if that is popular. ison't know if that unpopular. probably some people say that is not nice. these people are killing our kids and they are killing our families. we have to do something. --can't keep sending up setting up blue-ribbon committees with your wife and your husband and they meet and they have a meal and they talk. talk, talk, talk. then they write of report. got in what i washington. all of these blue-ribbon committees.
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blue-ribbon. we have the opioid problem. drugve to go after the companies. we have to. we have no choice. we have no choice. so it is a discussion we have to think about. i don't know if this country is ready. i think it is a discussion we have to start thinking about. in oakland, you have a mayor. [boos] people we are going to be captured in a big raid. can't do it. you can't do it here we've got to get smart. my administration believes our fores should be safe havens american people, not for american criminals. not for american criminals.
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we are going after violent criminals and we are going after vicious gang members. these people are so tough. we had our ice agents in long island. york, up in queens in new but i knew long island. well i loadedso 13.ith ms they don't use guns. very goodppens to be people. they want to do the right thing. they don't use guns. they don't use guns. they like to use knives and other things because it is much more painful, these are animals. we send these guys out and we liberate them. hillary would not have liberated them.
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towns.rate those the people are cheering. it is like a war. it's like if you got liberated as a country. can you imagine this taking place in our country? it's crazy. a great, great job. we are loving it. tremendousng progress. today i'm calling on congress to cities song sanctuary we can save american lives. [applause] the funding bill should not give money to cities aiding and abetting criminals. that is what they do. look at the stories. they are.orrible
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i am also calling on congress to finally end chain migration and cancel the very dangerous visa lottery. the democrats want to extract. we are going to have to wait until after the election. we will get rick in their and other people and we will get it passed. these guys don't want to do anything. they do want to do anything. they criticize me because we have vacancies in certain offices. people we cannot get the democrats to prove to come in and work in our administration. they are out there. we have the ambassador from germany and i take heat. these guys say you don't have an ambassador. the democrats won't approve them. they obstruct. they delay. they do everything they can and that is all they are good at.
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they have no ideas. they have no ideas. i look forward, i really do, to 2020 as i want to see how far left the person is going to be we are going to run against. i look forward to it. i really do. i really do. together with your help, your voice, your vote, we can achieve more than anybody. i really believe and i don't say this as braggadocio. bill, we got it approved. that was a part of the tax bill. that would have been a massive thing to improve. one of the biggest fields in the world we will start working. and other things.
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as long as we are proud of who we are and what we are fighting for, there is nothing beyond our reach. nothing. put in republicans office. we need senate, and we are going to do well with the senate. the numbers are looking good. did you see the numbers from two months ago? is aee the numbers now, it different world. people are seeing what we are doing. we stand on the shoulders of patrons who poured out their sweat, blood, and tears and we are going to do things that nobody has been able to do. it is funny, every time i go out to speak we have these massive crowds. thousands were turned away. we let thousands in. thousands turned away. i read one woman in the wall today, niceal woman, and she wrote an article about me.
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i went to the wharton school of finance. ivy league school. the best business school. one of the hardest schools, even in my day. and then you've got to read how we are like, is trump a good speaker? you know how easy -- i used to say how easy it is to be presidential. you would be out of here. you would be board. right? [applause] i'm very presidential. [laughter] ladies and gentlemen, thank you for being here. rick saccone will be a great congressman. he will help you very much. he is a fine man.
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he has a wonderful wife. i just want to tell you on behalf of the united states of america we appreciate your service. we appreciate your service. [applause] and to all of the military out there, we respect you very much. thank you. thank you. youthen you go, god bless and god bless the united states of america. thank you very much. easy. than doing what i have to do. this is much more effective. this got a selected. if i came up -- awesome elected. if i came like a stiff, you would not hear.
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she is a nice woman. i like her. she is writing like i am some kind of a neanderthal. i really smart. talkfunny, they always about how, they said we could not get elected. i say we. some of you never voted before. but you love the country. a great congressman from tennessee, the voting have started, he was at a speech i was making in pennsylvania. he was there with one of his friends. it was lou. i did not know him. they had early voting in tennessee. he said, mr. president, he called me that because he side was happening, he said in tennessee the early voting has started. i've been doing this stuff 32 years and i've never seen
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anything like it in my life. those people are coming out of the hills, the valleys, everything you can come out of. the most amazing thing. these are people that love the country. they never voted because they never saw anyone they wanted to vote for. now they've got trump, trump, trump-pence. i've never seen anything like it. [chanting usa] and then they ask, is he good speaker? i don't know. every time i have a 25,000 feet stadium, we fill it up. maybe it is just ideas. i don't know. it is heart. that guy said it is heart.
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this man, a great guy, congressman, he said all of these years i've never seen anything like it. i can only tell you our love the state of tennessee. i can only tell you if the rest of the country is like tennessee, you're going to win this damn election. can't --mber, you remember the famous 270? he cannot win the election. he cannot get 270. they could not get me to269. win, hed he cannot cannot get, remember? we didn't. we got to 306. [applause] 306.t remember pennsylvania? that was terrible. i have never done this before.
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iran for president. somebody said i've been running for the senate six times, you ran for president and you won. pennsylvania, remember that night? away, -- oneut point away, 99% of the vote was tabulated. there was 10 points, no way you could lose. we were winning by thousands and thousands of votes. one point doesn't have all of those thousands. they would not called something you. they refused. remember? i wanted to win. i wanted to win with pennsylvania. they had spent 10 times more in the state of so vignette than i did. 10 times more. of sylvain yet than i did. 10 times more. one point and i win and i have
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thousands more than i need. if every person of the remainder voted against me, we win easily. they would not call it. what happened? wisconsin came in. with wisconsin, michigan, and then finally, did you see they were crying? crying. she is crying. my god. my god. oh. remember john king with the board? the board is already. that board was red. meaning republican. and john king can't believe it. he won the state of florida. yes, donald trump won florida. the electoral college harder than the popular vote. the popular vote you go to three or four states. i was all over the place.
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i went to maine four times because i needed one vote. that was going to be 269. the one vote was important. i went to maine four times. that is a lot. i like the people of maine. what happened was incredible. one of the greatest nights in the history of television in terms of numbers of people watching and we have done a job. so here's what's going to happen. let me give you the bad news. the bad news is they want to take it away from us. they want to take it away. they are doing everything they can to take it away. that starts with the election coming up in a few months. we have to win it. we have to get out and we have to win. normally i would not come except it is pennsylvania and i love it. i went to school. i went to school here.
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i love pennsylvania. how can i not love it? right? somebody else would show up here and then honestly, rick, 50, 60 people? you would not have this. you would have a little place. i feel strongly about rick saccone. i know him. he's an incredible guy. number one, i don't know this is important, he is a very fine human being. he's a good person. rick. come up here. he is a really good person. [applause]
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[chanting rick] he is a good person. does that mean anything? he is a very competent person. he is a very hard worker. many peoplengs that don't know. he understands north korea may be better than anybody. i spoke to him about north korea. he was there for a long time. i spoke to him about north korea and i am telling you i learned things that all of these great geniuses and experts did not tell me. this is a very extraordinary guy. we need him. we need republicans. we need the votes. otherwise they're going to take away your tax cuts. they are going to take away your second amendment rights. [boos] it is true. they are going to take away --
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and the military, military place. we got approved $700 billion. we have to rebuild the military. $700 billion. far more than the other party. they will take that away. our military was depleted. i just want you to know, i came tonight because this guy is special. beyond the vote, it is important to remember this, the other opponent is not voting for us. he can say all he wants. there is no way he is voting for us ever. he can be nice to me. he is. there is no way he is ever voting for me. rick is going to vote for us all the time. all the time. i want to ask rick to say a few words. it's an honor to be with you. go out on tuesday and vote like crazy. you've got to get out.
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the world is watching. i hate to put this pressure on you, rick. they are watching. look at all of those red hats, rick. look. a lot of hats. we just had a poll, we are more popular now than we were on election day. this guy should win easily. he's going to win easily. you've got to know him. he is a next her neri person. -- an and vote on tuesday extraordinary person. go out and vote on tuesday. rick. [applause] do we love our president here in western pennsylvania? [applause] we do. let him hear it.
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the cameras probably turned the volume down. they did not hear you. [applause] they love you. they love you. a couple of words, you already heard me speak. i want to thank president trump. if he is in your corner, how can you lose? he is the best man anyone could ask for in your corner. as any good businessman knows, you work on a deal, you work on a deal, there comes a time to close the deal. this is the time to close the deal. are you going to help me on tuesday? let's close the deal. so, again, we will say good night. go out and vote for rick.
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he will never disappoint you. he is a winner. he will never disappoint you. vote with your hearts, vote with your brains. this is an extraordinary man. i'm going to be home watching the returns and i hope i have to make a call on tuesday night where i speak to you and i say, great job, great race, the whole world, they are watching. we want to keep it going. we want to keep the agenda to make america great syria do got to get him in. this is a very important race. thank you all. god bless you. we love you. thank you. thank you very much. god bless you. ♪ [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2018] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit]
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reception a glass of wine in her hand i knew she was going to meet her connection and her feet was her footloose man no, you can't always get what you want you can't always get what you want you can't always get what you want youif you try some time might find you get what you need i went down to the demonstration
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abuse my fair share of ventng, we are going to our frustration. if we don't, we are going to blow a 50 amps fuse you can't always get what you want you can't always get what you want can't always get what you want time youu try some might find you get what you need i went down -- >> on newsmakers, our guest is
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david mcintosh. he talks about the upcoming midterm elections and how the conservative group is choosing which candidates to support. he talks about the opposition to on steel and aluminum donald trump approved earlier this week. watch the interview tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on c-span. also this weekend, we'll hear from the former white house communications director anthony scaramucci, who talked about the trump presidential campaign and his experience in washington. he never worked in washington. i got rolled in broken glass by these people for 12 months. people, theythese don't serve the american people. steve bannon and i don't get along anymore, but he did say
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something about the swamp. he called it a business model. they operate in that model. here is what they do to you, if you're thinking about washington, they look at you and say bought, not bought. pok, not bought. they analyze you. can this guy be bought? are going to bring him into our reindeer game and teach him the system of the pot like the rest of us. not bought, we've got to torture this guy. going to annihilate this man or woman. smash their face. let's see what we can do. attack their family, stereotype them, hopefully they will make a mistake. hopefully there is something in their background we can hit them with and eject them from our system. they are going to call bs on our system and we don't want that. >> you can watch the rest of that conversation with anthony
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