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tomorrow night -- super tuesday. join yours truly and brett bair for the biggest night in the race so far. do you know what that's a reference to? see you tomorrow! 6:00. welcome to "hannity." tonight, coming to you from beautiful georgia where 2016 republican presidential front-runner donald trump will be joining us in just a minute. now, we have a big audience and made up of trump supporters, members of georgia and georgia republican groups, students from the university now that's all ahead of tomorrow's super tuesday showdown. we have a brand new cnn/orc national poll showing mr. trump is dominating with 49% of the vote. senator marco rubio in second with 16%.
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ted cruz in close third at 15%. we have a lot to get to. welcome to the stage, the presidential front-runner for 2016 an enthe gop, donald trump. >> how are you? >> all right, mr. trump. if you shake every hand -- >> hi, everybody. hi, everybody. >> can i take a selfie with you? >> you got it. >> you're the best. >> welcome, welcome. >> thank you. wow, what a nice group. come on. >> you have a selfie, too? >> how are you? >> nice to see you, sir. >> hello, sean. >> good to see you, mr. trump. welcome donald trump. >> wow. nice group. >> 49%. >> that's big. that's a big number. >> did you watch --
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>> made me very happy. i hear it for the first time. >> you know it's funny. i was batwatching some of the coverage. some pundits are so dumb. if that person leaves and every one of them give it to them and donald trump may lose. >> heard it many times. in front, from some of the folks on fox i must say. >> oh boy. >> 60% of the people. i'm going to get a lot of them as they leave. they don't say that. 49%. that's pretty good, right? [ applause ] with people still in the race. very happy with that. thank you. >> looking at the polls, only state you are behind in tomorrow is texas. >> little bit. >> so what does that mean? >> i think we have a good chance in texas. we are ahead in every state. very interesting, if you look at south carolina, we were supposed to lose that. and we won in a landslide. supposed to lose nevada an we won in a land slide and new hampshire so great right from
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the beginning. i don't know. we'll did well. we'll see what happens. >> it was a pretty brutal weekend. if you believe some of the 0 poe innocents, a member of the mob. >> that was a new one. my sister said, really? >> she didn't know that? that you have hired illegal immigrants, cheated on the taxes. seems like it's nasty. >> it is. nasty. rubio's a nasty guy. i call him a lightweight. he's a nasty guy. and if you listen to him, isn't he a nasty person? [ applause ] >> he said 6'2" or 3 and i'm 6'2" and got small hands. i said -- my hands aren't -- are they small? i never heard of that one. yeah. he is nasty. i think he is desperate. and cruz, you know, look. i know he's a friend of yours and doesn't -- he's not exactly truthful and doing so well with evangelicals. he has a hard time telling the truth. the combination of -- i used to think that cruz was nasty.
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untruthful and nasty. he's more untruthful. cruz is smarter of the two. he's the smarter of the two. and it will be very interesting to see what happens. >> there's a chance tomorrow night we will know after all the results are tallied that the only two people that will have won states and you would have won the majority is you and ted cruz. >> yeah. >> what does that mean for the other candidates? >> tough for them. >> bye-bye. >> she got it right. >> what did you say? >> bye-bye. >> it is tough. we'll see what happens. >> with has hard as you have been on the others, how tough -- i'm sure they want to know. how tough would you be with her? >> i find it hard to believe she's allowed to run. what she has done is so criminal, i don't understand.
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you see bernie is fading. took a big, big beating in south carolina. interesting about south carolina. party is getting bigger. i'm just talking to the people in the party. they're confused. top people and senators. a lot of them know me. i'm in politics for a listening time. >> seven month's i no, no. but i don't mean that. behind the scenes. i used to be establishment. write big checks all the time. i was anti-establishment and not taking money and i'm a self funder. doing my own funding which -- i'm going my own. i don't need a big, big portion of people to make the living off politics. i'm working for you in the true sense. we'll make great deals for our country.
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it's possibly worse and political campaign contributions and the lobbyists and the special interests control everything. with me, there are no lobbyists or special interests. i do what's right. if we have to -- right? sean, if we have to bid out pharmaceuticals, we are going. saving billions and billions and billions of dollars. we have no bidding on drugs. you know, we're the largest drug purchaser in the world by far. we don't competitively bid. we would save billions. it's simple. the drug companies have all the senators and all the -- everybody's paid off. >> i know a guy that runs a medical practice and people join in wichita, kansas. buy drugs in mass directly from the pharmaceuticals at discounted rates and pay next to nothing. >> the government pays much more. >> tn times. crazy, right? >> honestly, very sad.
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>> the establishment seems panicked. you are watching here? i just clipped these head loons. divisions in gop over trump growing. it's time for an anti-trump mantd project. karl rove, time's running out to stop trump. can donald trump be stopped? gop leaders -- you must do everything in your power to stop trump. and then stories out there, mr. trump. millionaires and billionaires are talking about pooling their money and if rubio doesn't win in super tuesday and florida, throwing another candidate at you. maybe mitt romney. what is your -- >> they've tried that before. hey look. mitt romney's a nice guy but he tried and he failed and he should have won that race. and he went away for a month and a half. the last six weeks, you know it. you told me you could -- you're a friendly person. okay? perfect for mitt romney. he should have been on your show every night. you told me four years ago you could not get him to do your show. wasn't available. >> worse than that.
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the night of the third debate i used every expletive used screaming at the campaign. how would you let him debate that sfwha totally let down the guard. lost the election that night. i knew that. >> the third debate was a total disaster. >> what bothers me about this, sounds like some people, see your success. you are leading in the polls going into tomorrow that they're going to pout, pick up the toys and support hillary. that angers me as a conservative saying, wait a minute. we have been asked to support bob dole and john mccain. they weren't conservative. >> we know sports very well. i know the boxing world very well and had so many boxers and so many matches. when they go in, a champion into the unfriendly territory getting a bigger purse and some other guy's hometown and an unfriendly judge and you know the expression? knock him out. nobody can judge against you. we don't have to worry about conventions or anything else if
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i get enough delegates. now, now, what was interesting, because i'm not a fan of karl rove. i think he's terrible. if i win new hampshire by a land slide, nevada by a landslide, we killed everybody as you know including we won the evangelicals, everything, in south carolina, so incredible, i'm watching this guy. almost like -- i jokingly called up a friend of yours at fox. i said, gee, i'm watching fox. do you think i won? won by a landslide. >> you weren't watching my show. >> yours is great. i called up karl rove. just a friend. i'm watching karl rove. he says, donald trump needs 300 points. i said, that sounds reasonable. a friend said that's impossible. here's what's going to happen. 240 or 250 or 260 and everybody thrilled at, he'll say, donald trump had a bad night. somebody said it's impossible for 300. look, you got some bad people on fox and great people and bad people. and you're going to have -- >> wait a minute.
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in all fairness, have you watched msnbc? they suck. >> they do treat me well. and i have to tell you. i have great respect for fox. >> i know you do. >> and you and o'reilly and he treats me a little bit rough and greta. >> neil cavuto. >> stephen hays shouldn't be on. karl rove still thinks romney won. they had to pull him off the air. the election ended about four hours ago. i'm telling you, romney won. he shouldn't be on the air. >> let's go back to hillary for a second. hillary clinton said, this is a quote, donald trump saying america's not great again. we don't have to make america great. america is already great. tell it to the 95 million americans out of the labor force, 50 million in poverty and the 46% on food stamps. aren't they suffering? i think they're suffering. >> so she came out with a very strong statement.
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her whole theme and you have lot of hats out there saying it, make america great again. that's a positive statement, not a negative. some people say it's negative. it's totally positive and more positive than when i first came up with it, frankly. i have traveled all over. i mean, i was today in -- i'm going to georgia. all over the place. >> alabama yesterday. >> i was in alabama. we had 35,000 people in alabama. it was the most incredible crowd. biggest crowd of the season. for anybody. far bigger than the bernie crowds. i mean, frankly, getting 60,000 and 70,000 to take a stadium. i don't know if it's necessary. we went t and going to do greater. it's closer one in arkansas but every place we go, we have something special. i'm so impressed with the people of this country. we have unbelievable people. like these people. but we have -- no matter where we go, whether we go to dallas, i went to dallas. mark cuban gave us the arena. no nice.
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where the mavericks. 21,000 people. packed up in three days and like a love fest. a friend of mine said, how do you do that and without notes? i said there's so much love in the room it's easy to do. >> we'll take a break and come back. more with 2016 republican presidential front-runner donald trump as "hannity" continues from georgia. stay with us.
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live from america's news headquarters, i'm robert gray. the state department releasing the final batch of hillary clinton's e-mails. it caps off a nearly yearlong process after being revealed she had a private server while secretary of state. including 261 messages now deemed classified the total number of classified e-mails on the clinton private account to more than 2,000. apple scoring a win in its fight to keep the government from requiring the company to unlock the phones of criminals. a federal judge in new york ruling that justice department cannot force apple to provide the fbi with information in a drug case.
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this decision follows a california judge's ruling ordering apple to create software to hack the iphone used by one of the san bernardino terrorists. i'm robert gray. now back to "hannity." welcome back to "hannity" continuing with 2016 presidential republican front-runner donald trump with us. at valdosta state university. having a good time? i had an argument years ago with vincente fox as president of mexico. he would not recognize illegal immigrant term. he called you a nazi. joe biden apologized for you saying we have to protect the country from drugs and crime. what is your reaction to both of them? >> i watched. he also threw out the f-bomb. if you or i would have done it, it would have been the end of your job. i won't lose my job but would have gone through a big problem.
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you understand that. he threw out that word. it was so disgusting. looking at what he was doing, he was indignant that somebody told him -- he's not even the president anymore. but that somebody would tell mexico that you have to start coming along. i get along with mexicans and everything to do with mexico but they have ripped off our country so badly and china and india and japan and vietnam and any other country that you want to talk about. we'll make such great deals. we are going to change those deals. rip those deals up and real trade deals done by carl icahn and smart people in business. >> i've been down to the border for the fox news channel and from the rio grande to san diego. i was in a drug warehouse bigger than this. an office building in san diego, a tunnel from mexico. i was hon horseback, boats,
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helicopters. so dangerous. 600,000 crimes in texas alone. why don't people ever tell that side of the story? >> we'll have a real border, build a wall and going to be a serious wall. and it's going to be -- just remember that. you remember i said it. remember this also. mexico, saun, will pay for the wall. these politicians come up. you don't mean mexico's going to pay. i have done unbelievable deals. talk about this deal, that deal. i have done hundreds of deals. no one wants to talk about the great deals. unbelievable -- i filed my financials with the -- nobody believes how good they are. the federal elections. and, you know, i'm very proud of it. you can have -- we will have mexico pay for that wall. and you know what? if i'm wrong about this, you can all come back, another meeting and apologize to you. okay? mexico, a serious, real wall. not a wall they climb up and you see what they do.
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over. >> "the new york times" claiming today that they had an off the record conversation with you in january. and now leaking it. typical immediate why. >> most dishonest media group and failing. i call it failing "the new york times." it's dying. we had a board meeting. off the record. they leak it all the over the place. >> it's negotiable on the law. >> everything is negotiable. things are negotiable. i'll make it two feet shorter or something. >> it's not negotiable about building it. >> no. not negotiable. >> not negotiable about -- would it be negotiable about the 11 million, maybe let some people stay if they register in a period of time? >> look. i have always said we have good people over here an they're going to go out but we will work out some system that's fair and we have a country or we don't. we need a border. we need a wall. we need a wall. i won new hampshire. they have a tremendous heroin problem. i promised the people of new hampshire we'll stop that person from coming in. very hard thing to kick.
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they have tremendous -- we'll work on the people that have the habit already and try and get them better. we got to try to get them better. >> it's bad. >> of all the places, new hampshire. first question all the time, heroin problem, comes over the southern border. not going to happen anymore. but there's always going to be some negotiate. whether it's 50 feet tall or 40 feet tall and one of the things, a reporter said to me, well, what happens, you know, fox made this statement, how do you respond? it was an arrogant, terrible, horrible statement. and i said, here's how i respond. the wall just got ten feet higher. i meant it. he was incensed. joe biden goes and apologizes. look. mexico's great. and the people are great because i have many, many mexicans that -- >> not on all crazy joe. >> joe biden goes and apologizes for what? we have right now a $58 billion trade deficit with mexico. that's why the wall gets built, by the way.
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that's why they're going to pay for it. the wall is going to cost -- listen to this. >> name trump on it? >> only if it's beautiful. the wall, the wall gets built. it's going to cost $10 billion to build it. a lot of money. it's a wall. you know? great wall of china is 13,000 miles long. this is 1,000. of the 2,000. we need 1,000. $10,000 to build it. very terrific wall. losing $58 billion, mexico's making essentially 58 -- 10 is not bad. part of the whole thing. >> part of the trade bill. we have to take a break. more with gop front-runner donald trump as "hannity" continues from valdosta state university in beautiful georgia. i earn unlimited 2% cash back on everything i buy for my studio. ♪ and that unlimited 2% cash back from spark means thousands of dollars each year going back into my business... that's huge for my bottom line.
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understand where competition is instituted in state lines. >> that's right. >> do you go with health care savings accounts? >> i did. i talked about that. get rid of the lines to have competition. they said, be more specific. the competition is going to make it specific. you will have hundreds of different deals. many people coming in and competing. they're all going to be different. >> buy a plan in georgia? >> you have no competition. when we open it up to competition, you're going to have tremendous -- going to be beautiful. many, many different alternatives. things that you wouldn't know about, things you wouldn't have any idea about right now. >> in other words, the companies that offer the best deal at the best price will get the most -- >> to individual people. and companies. >> so it's a free market system. >> free market system. >> and you did get -- people said, i've never felt as a conservative that people want people to die in the streets. i think we have always taken care of those that need help. >> yeah. >> why did you get criticized if that are? >> i don't understand it. i must tell you. look. there are going to be people,
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you say free market, cheaper, obamacare is horrible. you know? premiums going up 45%, 50%. it's a hardship. look, we're republicans. some of you are republicans. doesn't matter if you are in this case. i'm not going to have if i'm president people dying in the street because they can't afford health plan that's much less than obamacare, much less, sean. but it's still going to cost something. you have people that can't afford anything. the people not dying on the sidewalks and the street if i'm president. get them into the hospital. get them in to see doctors. >> the government buys drugs in bulk. >> things will be -- now, most people buy the plan, a much better plan. a lot less. i won't allow people to die on the sidewalks in the street. you know when i make in a speech in front of republicans, i get standing ovations. who wants to let that happen? i won't let it happen. >> for the benefit of time, an issue that came up in the debate, too, the issue of the
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palestinian-israeli conflict. >> right i. >> here's israel, 67, 73, offered everything but the moon to get peace with the palestinians. >> right. >> children are indoctrinated to hate israel and jews. how is it ever going to be possible if that's the way -- >> i agree. very tough. very tough. i have had some of the greatest negotiators in the world tell me it's almost impossible. the palestinians are ingrained with hatred toward israel. what i say is i'm pro-israel as you know. i've been, you know -- no. you look. i was the grand marshall of the israeli day parade at a time it was dangerous. they said you have to be crazy to do it. i'm very, very pro-israel. same time i don't want to be so negative on the other side. that would be the ultimate dee. peace of the palestinians and slael israel. >> there's the neighbors of israel hate them. >> terrible, terrible. ingrained and tough thing and
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like to give it a shot. >> last question. >> it would be good for everybody to make peace. that would be great. >> great for the world. >> great for the world. >> last question. we have a -- only a minute. isis, radical islam terrorism -- >> knock it out. we'll -- our military is very depleted. we'll build up the military. nobody will mess with us and knock out isis. >> is this a lifelong struggle do you think? >> it certainly seems it. it's a horrible thing. something's going on. what i did with respect to muslims, we don't know. a temporary halt. we have to have a temporary ban. >> how many support that, by the way? in this crowd. do it by clapping. people can't see you. you support a temporary ban until we can vet the people to come in? almost the whole crowd. mr. trump, you have to like 10,000, 20,000 people waiting for you. we appreciate your time. thank you.
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star state according to the real clear politics average texas senator is leading donald trump by almost double digits. cruz has 36.2% of the vote. trump with 26.6%. marco rubio 19.2%. joining us with reaction is 2016 republican presidential candidate texas senator ted cruz. senator, good to see you. very important day. you talked a lot leading up to this about the primary. here's my question. you're leading in your home state. senator marco rubio is down by 20. he may come out of tomorrow with no states at all and that the only two people to have won states is you and donald trump. does that mean if a person can't win their own state they have to get out of the race? >> that's a very likely outcome. tomorrow super tuesday is most important day of the entire primary. we are doing very well in texas and running neck and neck in
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states across super tuesday. traveling across. oklahoma, arkansas, georgia, alabama. we're seeing very competitive races for super tuesday. i think the likely outcome on wednesday morning is donald trump has a chunk of delegates. we will have a big chunk of delegates ena huge dropoff for everybody else. and, you know, if you look at republican primary voters, 65% of the republican primary voters recognize that donald trump is not the best candidate to go head to head with hillary. donald loses to hillary. if donald is the nominee, not only lose the white house but probably the senate and clobbered up and down the ticket. what we are seeing is conservatives consolidating and uniting behind the campaign and let me say to folks at home f. you're one of the 65% who don't think that donald trump is the best nominee for the general, i ask you to join with us on super tuesday. we are the only campaign that
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has beaten donald trump and that beat donald trump on super tuesday f. you don't want him to be the nominee, we have to stand together. splintered, that's how we lose the country and election to hillary. >> i've been -- i asked you this question together last week. i hear your arguments about trump but he leads in the polls. so why is he doing so well? because is it in your view a five-man race or because he's popular? >> listen. i think people are angry, furious with washington. he's a loud voice and a vessel for the anger but the truth is that trump embodies everything you're angry about. he's a deal maker. spent his life cutting deals and we are furious with the deals of washington. the problem of deals in washington isn't they're unwilling to make deals with the democrats but republicans make deals with the democrats every day. and donald trump is promising more of the same. you know, take an issue like
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amnesty. when i was leading the opposition to the rubio-summer amnesty bill with millions of americans against amnesty, donald trump was funding the gang of eight rubio-schumer amnesty group. of the eight members, donald supported five of them, gave them over $50,000. you don't get to support pro-amnesty democrats for 40 years and then suddenly wake up and decide you're for securing the border. and so when it comes to what people are angry about -- >> yeah? donald represents the same deal making. >> okay. let me go back to tuesday. i will say in fairness to you you have been a critic of trump for a listening time an you have gone back and forth and i think people understand there's differences between the two of you. but we saw something else with marco rubio at the debate the other night and all weekend long it seems that's all the media wanted to show. marco rubio. how do you interpret, a, what happened at the debate, and b,
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is he now flailing? is that a sign of desperation he joined the fight against donald trump? how do you interpret it? >> well, listen. i welcome marco to the fight. i was glad to see it the last debate he finally was willing to take on donald. as you noted, i'm taking him on for a long, long time. and i think we're at a key decision point. super tuesday if you want to stop donald trump, it's got to be super tuesday. and, you know, we saw in the debate, one of the reasons why it's so important, when i was asked a question about religious liberty and the supreme court, donald responded to me, ted, i have known a lot more politicians than you have. he's right. he's been supporting and liberal politicians, democratic politicians for 40 years. he said you have to be willing to compromise, compromise on religious liberty, got to be willing to cut a deal on the supreme court. well, sean, let's tell everyone at home right now. i will not compromise away your
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religious liberty. i will not compromise away your second amendment right to keep and bear arms and donald in that debate promised that's exactly what he'd do. he intends to cut a deal with harry reid and chuck schumer on the replacement for justice scalia. if that happens, our basic rights are going away and i would note my two leading competitors, sean, both supporting banning guns. donald trump supported bill clinton's nationwide ban on some of the most popular firearms in america. and marco rubio when he was on the city council in west miami voted to ban guns in city parks. i disagree. i will never support banning guns because i have fought for the second amendment my whole life and i believe in the bill of rights and i don't think americans want another washington deal maker to give in to the lobbyists and take away our liberties and keep
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bankrupting our country. >> let's talk about process a little bit more. after super tuesday, now, a lot of states will have taken place. i know that everyone keeps asking the other candidates that haven't won a state, is it your opinion after super tuesday, if you've not won a tate to get out of the race? >> well, listen. each candidate is going to have to make that decision for themselves. i'll tell you. this needs to get to a two-man race and a two-man race, we beat donald trump and handily, by 16 points in the polling. 56-40. i think donald has got a fairly high floor of 20% to 25% that he gets no matter what as he puts it. he could walk out on 5th avenue and shoot someone and that 20% or 25% sticks with him and a low keeling of 35% to 40% and coming out of super tuesday, if you don't have a path to get any delegates, i think each delegate has to ask what am i doing in
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this race? let me say to everyone in super tuesday states right now, if you're thinkinging of supporting another candidate, listen, there are good people in this race. people i like and respect but the only chance with a chance of beating donald trump is us and if you want to stop donald, i would ask you stand with us. unite and come together as a party and say, we are not going to nominate a new york city liberal who has supported liberal policies, agrees with hillary clinton on issue after issue after issue. whether it's supporting planned parenthood, whether it is staying neutral between israel and the palestinians or whether it is supporting obama's bailout of wall street, the t.a.r.p. bail yut. on all of those issues, donald trump and hillary clinton agree and all of those i disagree. i think we need a conservative president who stands with the working men and women of this country, not another deal maker to -- there is a reason, sean, that harry reid says donald
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trump is the republican he wants to win. donald trump supported harry reid for years. he says i can work with donald. he supports the same policies that harry reid does and i think as republicans we don't want a general election between two rich liberal new yorkers who agree on domestic policy, economic policy and foreign policy. that got us in the mess to begin with. >> all right. we have to take a break. coming back, more with senator ted cruz right after the quick break as "hannity" continues. we're in beautiful georgia. since phil started taking osteo bi-flex, he's noticing a real difference in his joint comfort. as well as heightened levels of abject humiliation in his son. in just 7 days, your joint comfort can be your kid's discomfort. osteo bi-flex. made to move.
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welcome to "hannity" continuing with 2016 republican presidential candidate texas senator ted cruz. let's move beyond process and polls far minute. if you become the president of the united states, so many americans are suffering, americans, america's not respected abroad like it once was. we have more enemies. isis, iran, radical islamists. how will things change and how quickly does that occur? >> you know, i think the change begins overnight. there are three key issues i
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think that this general election comes down to. jobs, freedom and security. with regard to jobs, for seven years suck in stagnation. i want to speak to the single mom right now working two, three jobs at 28, 29 hours a week because the hours force bring reduced because obamacare kicks in at 30 hours. i want to speak to the working men and women, to the plumbers and electricians and truck drivers, the men and women with callouss on the hands stuck in stagnant wages where your wages don't go up even though your expenses and cost of living go up. i want to talk to the young people coming out of school with student loans up to your eyeballs and yet afraid, will i get a job? what does the future hold? this can and will change. the key to the economy, the heart of the economy is small businesses. take the burdens off and unleash small businesses. if elected president we'll repeal every word of obamacare and if elected president we'll
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pass an impl flat tax abolish the irs and that will unleash small butzs for millions of high paying jobs. pull the epa back, pull the government regulators back. that's going to raise wages. and the other thing we're going to do is secure the border. we're going to end illegal immigration, cut off taxpayer funds for sanctuary cities. end welfare for people here illegally and the effect of that will expand jobs for american citizens and raise pages. we'll have young people coming out of school with two, three, four, five job offers. that's what we can do and we've done it before. we need a president who understands the principles how you allow small businesses to create jobs. and we need a president with the strength to follow through who has a record of following through on his commitments, on liberty. we are going to defend the bill of rights and the constitution. yeah? >> how long does that take?
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for the people you mentioned, the plumber, the electrician, people with callouss on their hands. i spent 20 years of my life as a blue collar worker. how long to get out of the misery and the suffering, unfortunately, experiencing? >> well, there are a lot of things that will change overnight. so on day one i pledge to do five things. that includes president obama's illegal namnesty and enforce th immigration laws on day one. the more you do, the more you see jobs available for american citizens and wages start to gou. the second thing is instruct the department of justice to open an investigation into planned parenthood and prosecute any and all criminal violations. that you can do on the first day in office and i intend to. the third is instruct every federal agency the persecution
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of religious liberty ends that day. we have seen obama abuse thatçó power. the fourth thing is rip to shreds this iranian nuclear deal. a nuclear iran is the greatest national security threat facing america and a strong commander in chief will change with the way american deal was the world and the fifth thing, the process of moving the american embassy in israel to jerusalem. i will instruct the department of education, common core ends today. that can happen instantly. the next step is pulling back regulations, the epa and pulling back the cfpb, all government regulators. a president can do that immediately. what takes longer is passing legislation in two big legislative initiatives are
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repealing every word of obama care and passing a simple flat tax and abolishing the irs. that is where my energy and time is going to be devoted, taking that case to the people and coming out of the general election with a mandate. if we do that, if we repeel obamacare, the economy will explode. if we pass a flat tax, we'll see millions and millions of high paying jobs. get the federal government off the backs of small businesses. we'll see economic growth go through the roof. >> one last foreign policy question. do you see isis as a life long fight radical islamic trim in some form, hezbollah, hamas, you know, is this a life long fight with them? can it be won? how long does that fight take? that is my last question.
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>> look. radical islamic terrorism may well be a very, very long fight. i don't believe isis will be a long fight. if i am commander in chief, we will destroy isis, isis declared their caliphate. we will carpet them bomb into oblivio oblivion. it is a powerful blow against radical islamic terrorism. right now, isis is benefited by the perception they're winning. if i am commander in chief, every militant across the globe will know if they go and join isis, and take up arms against america, and ifñr they wage jih, they're signing their death warrants. broadly the way you beat radical islamic terrorism is the same way reagan beat sorit communism, you restart the economy, you get millions of high paying jobs and
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rebuild the military. i am going to rebuild the military so it is the mightiest on the planet and to all of our soldiers and airmen and marines to send you into rules of engagement that tie your arms behind your back, that will end on january 2017, as commander in chief, i will have your back. >> senator ted cruz, thank you for being with us. good luck tomorrow, super tuesday, we appreciate your time. and we appreciate it. thank you. >> thank you, sean, god bless. >> and coming up, more "hannity" right after the break, straight ahead. i've been on my feel all day. i'm bushed! yea me too. excuse me...coming through! ride the gel wave of comfort with dr. scholls massaging gel insoles. they're proven to give you comfort. which helps you feel more energized ...all day long. i want what he has.
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