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  President Trump French President Macron  CSPAN  July 11, 2018 11:54am-12:00pm EDT

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all talking at once] president trump: thank you very much. thank you very much. thank you for having me.
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president trump: doing a terrific job being the president of france. he's changing a lot of things around. i guess that had to happen. i think it's going to be very successful.
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we have a tremendous relationship. we're discussing trade. we're discussing nato. we're discussing a lot of different things. and hopefully in the end it will all work out. so it's great to be with you. president trump: it sounded beautifully. i have no idea. sounded great.
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>> i just reminded everybody . at your wife the 14th of july. and we worked together for 12 months now. nd some great decisions. and we worked together. president trump: thank you very much. thank you. it thank you, thank you very much.
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austin, texas. and i came across a book that had in it a chapter, an entire chapter, devoted to amendments that had passed congress but not enough state legislatures had approved. this one jumped right@me. said, no law varing the compensation for the services of the senators and representatives shall take effect until an election of representatives shall have intervened. and i can remember standing in the aisle holding that book in my hand and it was as if lightning had struck. i could feel the pulsating electricity of it all. i thought, you know what, instead of writing about the equal rights amendment and this disputed extension in