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david petraeus and bob corker on the short list. a source says mitt romney will have dinner with president-elect tomorrow night, is a job offer on the menu? why did kellyanne conway go public with her campaign against mitt romney. with no evidence to support his claim, trump is insisting millions of people voted illegally. cnn's pamela brown is in ohio with the latest for us. pamela, there is late breaking news on the terrifying attack at ohio state university, what can you tell us? >> that's right, investigators are learning more about the motivations of the suspect, 18-year-old abdul artan, we learned a student at ohio state university, he was born in somalia and came to the united states in 2014. according to his social media posts, he within on an anti-american rant and aired
grievances about attacks on muslims. he apparently posted this on his facebook page just before he went on the rampage on campus this morning, and in that post, he says, and the name of allah, the most merciful and gracious, my brothers and sisters, i'm sick and tired of seeing my fellow muslim brothers and sisters being tortured and killed everywhere, tortured, raped and killed. i can't take it any more, he goes on to say, america stop interfering with other countries, especially the muslims. we are not weak, remember that, he says in this long post, he -- if you want us muslims to stop carrying lone wolf attacks, make piece with dawla in al sham. by allah we will not let you sleep until you make peace. every single muslim who
disapproves of my actions is a sleeper cell waiting for a signal. i am warning you, oh, america. clearly a deeply disturbed individual here, but investigators have been looking to piece together that motivation, we heard earlier today from officials here in columbus ohio. they're looking at terrorism as a possibility, officials believe he acted alone. they looked at cameras on campus, and found out that he was in his car alone. the same car he used to go into that crowd of people there on that campus. he was not on law enforcement's radar, before this attack this morning, we have seen that trend elsewhere as well. that is something that investigators are looking at tonight. don? >> deeply disturbed is the correct way of putting it. we will have more on this story coming up on cnn, right now, i want to go live outside of trump tower to get the latest on the transition. donald trump is on a twitter tear tonight. retweeting attacks of jeff
celny. >> donald trump is upset about this, and directing a lot of that at my colleague. his report about the recount going on, and the claims that donald trump, the baseless claims that donald trump says he was a victim of voter fraud. of course, notable this is an election he did win. in the last few minutes, donald trump retweeting a series of tweeting from people on line, all attacking jeff zelly. i want to show you the first one, he claims he's a 16-year-old, he says, pathetic, you have no sufficient evidence that donald trump did not suffer from voter fraud. shame. bad report, other tweets to follow. donald trump retweeted one.
what proof do you have that donald trump did not suffer from fraud votes. all day we have been asking transition sources here, what sort of evidence does donald trump have. they have not supplied any evidence to back up those claims. >> the tirade started over the weekend when donald trump alleged massive voter fraud in an election that he won, correct? >> absolutely right. he's are baseless allegations, he launched a series of tweets over the weekend saying he is the victim of voting fraud, including this in addition to winning the electoral college in a landslide, i won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally. even though hillary clinton does lead by over 2 million votes in the popular vote, that he believes he should have won and claiming again, without evidence that there are people who voted illegally. he continued serious voter fraud
in virginia, new hampshire and california, why isn't the media reporting on this? serious big problem. and again, these are baseless allegations, and i should note that the representatives in each of the states say there are no allegations to prove donald trump's claims. >> very interesting. one more thing i want to talk to you about. there is another high profile visitor to trump tower today. what are your sources telling you about his chances? >> yeah, we know that that meeting lasted for about an hour here in trump tower, and after the meeting, both men seemed to be praising the other, donald trump taking to twitter and saying he was impressed by general petraeus. general petraeus saying he was impressed by donald trump's world view. petraeus is one of many names being considered for secretary of state, this really high profile, the most high profile cabinet position there is. we also know rudy giuliani under contention, mitt romney, and senator bob corker.
corker and romney will be meeting with trump here tomorrow, we know that romney will get a high profile visit dinner date. there's so much contention within trump world right now, whether he should get the post. >> it's either an ambulance, a police siren, construction or something going on near trump tower in mid tongue manhattan. power through it, as usual. >> i want to bring in ari fleischer and kirstin powers. douglas brinkley. thank you for coming on this evening. mr. fleischer, we're going to start with you. donald trump won the election, yet he is tweeting about voter fraud. tonight he's retweeting supporters who are angry with the media for debunking his false claims. what gives here? >> donald trump is different. i wonder when we're all going to get to the point where we stop
measuring donald trump in that which came before him. he's much more aggressive, assertive, he's a counter puncher. i've always wondered, if he counter punches so hard sometimes if he hurts himself. he's just going to do things differently, and we should stop measuring him by conventional ways. >> even when the claims are false? >> well, i think you have to point that out. look, i've seen no evidence that there are 3 million illegal immigrants that voted. when he tweeted that out, it made me think, this is one to ignore him. you get used to these side shows from donald trump. >> to ari's point, there is zero evidence of illegal voting. hillary clinton won the popular vote by more than two million. why is he bringing this up, is he trying to claim a mandate by saying he really won the popular vote? >> yeah, i -- we are just speculating here, but it seems it's gotten under his skin, the popular vote has gotten under his skin that he didn't win it,
and that somehow is taking away from his victory, now he's trying to stir up the idea that he would have won the popular vote. that seems to be the most obvious explanation for it. in terms of what ari just said, should we be holding him to the standards of who came before him. he's going to be the president of the united states, i think we should have some basic standards for him. it doesn't mean he has to behave exactly like them, he's unconventional, when he says things that are completely false and don't -- he doesn't even proffer anything to back it up, then i think that's a cause for concern. >> the whole world hangs on america, the leader of the free world, to provide a modicum of truth to things they say. to that point as a presidential historian. have you heard of anything like this and what does it say that the president-elect is apparently getting and spreading information that just isn't true? >> no, there's nothing like
this, i mean, richard nixon, if you listen to his tapes would say strange conspiracy minded things, kind of babbling in the white house, those only came out after he left the presidency, this is a president-elect in realtime that's now telling the entire world that all these illegal people in the united states are voting, millions of them voting illegal. our democratic system is broken, why in the world after he won this historic victory, would he want to do that? particularly, i think it looks bad for hillary clinton doubling down on the jill stein situation in michigan and pennsylvania. wisconsin calling for the recount, he could have just left the -- called it a disgrace they're doing that, and left it at that. now he's living with a big lie, and the media has an utter and real responsibility to report on it, it's inaccurate that millions of illegals voted in
20 2016. >> do you think she's doubling down on it? is she just saying, if you want to recount it, fine. >> there's a difference. >> there's a difference, but i think jill stein can go ahead, she's using this to kind of fund-raise for the green party, and you're going to get a list of all the names and donors and all that, but hillary clinton to be coming out and backing this action, is just going to give donald trump a second victory coming up in degeneration, saying, i told you the whole recount was a disaster. >> yeah, poor sportsmanship. it will be in the history books she didn't step away gracefully. >> back to this voter fraud, is there a deeper problem with attacking america's electoral system? do you see a problem with that or no? >> i do, actually, i pointed this out in the middle of october, when donald trump indicated he may not accept the election results.
i criticized him for that. that's not what we do in this country. hillary clinton needs to do the same thing too, and i think this is what douglas was referring to. the mistake was made by jill stein and doubled down on by secretary clinton. i think it's terribly ungracious for her, everything that was said about donald trump, where he was endangering the integrity of our institutions, hillary clinton's doing the same thing, but doing it afterwards with no grounds to do it. >> she's not challenging the legitimacy -- >> she shouldn't be doing it. >> -- of his win, she's conceded that he won. and even with the recount, it's not going to make a difference. he's still going to win the electoral vote, right? >> then don't recount. >> then don't recount, don't raise a false flag and give hope to people who want donald trump to lose the democratic base still has a difficult time accepting this. hillary clinton should be gracious and move forward as she
did on election night. this going back in time to recount the votes is just as bad as when donald trump indicated he was going to do it ahead of the election. >> do you agree with that, kirstin. >> i think it's -- it does sort of undermine democracy a little bit, it makes people not trust the election people think you're only doing a recount because there's something wrong. they said, well, are you concerned there's anything wrong with the votes? why would they be doing a recount if there isn't? it does put this in people's minds, you should have some evidence. and there really isn't any evidence to do a recount, because why not? it makes people think there is something wrong with our voting system. >> when we come back, top trump adviser goes public blasting mitt romney, was it a mistake or is there more to this than meets the eye.
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sources say president-elect trump has decided on tom price of georgia as his choice for health and human services secretary. the announcement expected tomorrow. let's get back to our panel. let's talk about the transition. we saw general david petraeus make that trump tower pilgrimage. here's what he said when he finished his meeting.
listen. >> how did the meeting go, sir. >> the meeting went very well. he walked us around the world. showed a great grasp of a variety of challenges that are out there, and some of the opportunities as well. very good conversation, we'll see where it goes from here. >> ari, what do you think of the spectacle of interviewing secretaries of state so publicly? do you have an issue with it? >> it's not only secretaries of state, it's all the jobs. donald trump does things differently. when i worked for george bush, we kept it a quiet process. we didn't want everyone to know who the number twos were. donald trump likes to see a competition playing out in front of him. at the end of the day, does either one matter? i think we'll know by results, that's what we're going to have to wait to see who gets the jobs, how they do one year, two years into the jobs. it's not my style, it wasn't
president bush's style, but it's donald trump's style, he's welcome to it. >> it's very apprentice. >> exactly. >> trump tweeted this, just met with general petraeus, was very impressed. if he picked general petraeus, that would be two military men for top jobs? >> yeah, he does like the retired general. >> it depends on how many retired generals he ends up choosing. it may be concerning after a certain number. i wonder if he's going to send them on a scavenger hunt the way he does on the apprentice. ari, you're being gracious, it's like, there's one way to do it, there's another way to do it. president bush was concerned about not humiliating people, that's a nice thing. i think in this situation, this is -- this has been very public the way we're going to get to it, the way mitt romney is being
humiliated by his campaign manager. so i think there's a lot to be desired in this process. >> i want to move on, one more ognjen david petraeus, decorated military leader. he was convicted of sharing classified information with his mistress. normally that would be a nonstarter after how republicans went after hillary clinton for her e-mail server issue. >> david petraeus did a great job as head of cia. he was one of the top people in his class at west point. i think he has a role in the trump administration if he wants it. what he was charged with ended up being a misdemeanor charge. he paid a high cost for that. there will be an intense fight if he's chosen as secretary of state, petraeus, i think most people in congress and senate
would approve him, he's been a great american public serve an the who made one big mistake. >> let's move on now, ari. let's talk about mitt romney. you guys brought it up. mitt romney is having a dinner with donald trump. look at this. >> governor romney in the last four years, has he been around the globe doing something on behalf of the united states of which we're unaware? did he go and intervene in syria, where they're having a massive humanitarian crisis. has he been helpful to mr. netanyahu? in other words, what -- i'm all for party unity, i'm not sure we have to pay for that with the secretary of state position. i'm just saying there were -- we don't even know if mitt romney voted for donald trump. he put ed macmullan up in utah.
i think there are concerns that those of us who are loyal have, and you want somebody -- you want a secretary of state who's loyal to the president and the president's vision of the world. >> there were a lot of people who criticized donald trump and have shown up at trump tower, being considered for roles in the administration. why would she criticize mitt romney so belate an thely? >> i think her boss wanted her too, that's why. i tweeted earlier today, the reason kelly ann did this, she doesn't go rogue, was, donald trump is one of these types of bosses whose content to let it fight out in in front of him, most people aren't like that, keep it in private and i'll make a decision. trump's just the opposite. you make your case publicly, let other people make their case, and i'll decide. it's one constant tribal balloon after another. he likes to watch it on tv, see how it plays out. it's different, i don't think
any of us can say, there's only one right way to do things. that's what they're doing with the secretary of state position. it's rather remarkable but it's donald trump's style. >> i heard maybe donald trump was upset with kellyanne conway. there's no way she would go rogue. >> is that how you see it? >> yeah, i think so. what the motivation is behind it, pitting people against each other, i've had bosses like that in politics and i would call it dysfunctional, actually. and it's not a healthy or good environment. >> do you agree? yes, it's dysfunctional? >> well, what it does, it's going to burn the staff out real fast. you burn out in the white house automatically, this will burn you out even faster, trump's the position, he gets to do it by his rules. >> i have assumed the same, which is that she wouldn't be doing this, if there wasn't some understanding had is what he
wants her to be doing. the fact that she's getting so much attention for this, i don't think she'd be doing it without his approval. i. >> i have to get to the break, how is this transition going to be viewed through the lens of history? >> very chaotic, but very donald trump like, so far, he's picking some good people, i don't think we've had that many big surprises, except the mitt romney element. i wonder if trump could sell interior department to mitt romney, instead of secretary of state. he probably wants a role for petraeus and romney in his administration. >> fascinating conversation, thank you. when we come back, is donald trump's victory a sign of the times. will more and more of the world's governments turn to the right? ♪
zakaria. before we move on to talk about the brexit and all of this, when the president-elect tweets something that's totally false around the world, how do leaders react to that world wide? does it have an impact on us and them. >> the conversations i've been having with foreign leaders and former leaders, there's a level of amazement. they're almost stunned at what happened in the united states, they're stunned at yes, this weird situation where the president-elect of the united states is tweeting about individual stories in the newspaper, tweeting facts that are demonstrably wrong. nobody knows how to deal with it, perhaps like many of us, they're crossing their fingers and hoping this stabilizes. >> to have the people around him his advisers making excuses for it.
shouldn't they be saying to their boss, you're the president-elect, you shouldn't be doing that? i think the american people deserve the truth, not only the american people, but the world deserves the truth from the president-elect of the united states. >> there was a line in the election -- what are we supposed to do, the president-elect of the united states tweets something that is false. are you supposed to just shrug your shoulders and say, it doesn't matter. that's not how it works. he says something about a foreign country, about a crisis, those words have enormous consequence. my sense is, what people are puzzling around the world. i talked to people in japan. are we really supposed to take seriously the fact that he says
maybe japan should get nuclear weapons. are we supposed to take serious the fact he said, saudi arabia should get nuclear weapons. how much of this is emdy words? >> it is un chartered territory. let's talk about this election with donald trump. you have the brexit vote, other elections coming up in other countries, do you see the world tilting to the right? >> i think there's no question it's tilting to the right. at this point, center left parties everywhere are in trouble. look at britain, france, the united states. what's interesting is, what you're seeing is a particular kind of move to the right. it's not a move to the traditional right, it's not a move to the right that is free market, economic conservatives, what you're seeing everywhere, is the rise of a popular strike, and what you're seeing happen is that it's rising in the western world. look at austria, where you're going to have an election, where it seems likely that this right
wing populous is going to win. look at what's happened in france, where you have right wing populous doing well. the common theme here, is that everyone is reacting to immigration. because that's the one common theme, sweden and germany are doing well economically, so you can't say it's all about economics. other countries are not doing well economically, but they're responding to the globalization of people. you. >> say there's a reality behind the rhetoric when it comes to immigration. good, services and immigration have produced their share of -- western populations have come to understand the influx of foreign goods, ideas, art and cuisine,
they're far less willing to understand the influx of foreigners themselves. there are many of those to notice. do you think the u.s. and other countries are going to become more naturalistic with these candidates winning these elections? >> there's no question. look at the brexit vote. really interesting. brexit started as an economic argument. the guys who wanted brexit wanted an economic argument. it's crazy for us to cut ourselves off from the european union. the argument shifted to migration and isolation, the reality of the world is, in the rich centers of the west, populations are shrinking, i hate to it very simply, but white people are not reproducing themselves, the fertility rates for whites is low. >> you've been reporting on this for years.
>> yes, it's become an economic necessity to have people come in to do the work nobody wants to do. you can have an interesting debate about what the right levels are, the right mix is, and most importantly, i think we have paid too little attention to integrating and asimulating people even in the united states. but immigration has been a fact of life, not because of some evil plot by people, it's because you have a reality of declining fertility in western europe and the united states. and you have to have people -- you need people to do jobs. >> i wish we could talk longer. you know how this works. mitt romney secretary of state, yes or no? >> i don't think it's going to happen. i think kellyanne conway is channeling trump. trump wants to humiliate mitt romney. he's humiliating him. >> that was easy to figure out. >> she has no incentive but to please him. donald trump's latest twitter tirade.
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claiming he won the popular vote, saying millions of people voted illegally. a claim with no evidence at all to back it up. here to join us are paris, why is the president-elect falsely tweeting millions voted illegal. doesn't he have more to focus on? >> it's true, he did win, he is the president-elect. i think what's happening in the media right now is this issue of the popular vote i think with secretary clinton weighing in and saying she's somewhat supportive of this effort to recount the votes in certain states. i think he's preteshed that people are trying to state that he's not the rightful president. it's getting under his skin and it's annoying. i would be annoyed too. i don't know if 3 million illegals voted in the election
or not maybe the campaign or the transition team has information i don't have. i will say in general, when you win like he did win so definitely and so significantly, i think he is upset that the popular vote issue is gain more traction in the media right now, that would annoy anyone, especially someone who wasn't expected to win if you listen to the media. >> okay, paris. i mean, he won. you sort of answer the question, but you didn't. . the claims are false, he did win if he has nothing to worry about, then why. he's a president-elect. don't you think his standards should be higher than tweeting something that's not true. >> i think he slu continue to defend his record, and continue to talk about the issues that he cares about, and all the people who voted for him care about -- >> that's what i think you should do. >> what are republicans telling
you about trump's tweets some republicans think he's doing this to get away from the reports of conflicts of interest? >> i think he's doing it to keep his supporters angry at the media. i believe he's getting ready to make mitt romney his secretary of state. he's got to have a good dinner tomorrow night, be assured romney will be a team player. i think he'll insist that going-forward, he'll be a loyal team player. i think romney would be. >> you think all of this with kellyanne conway was a slap, to pay him back for what he said during the election? >> i think so. despite people trying to stir it up, there hasn't been much of a reaction.
romney's a reasonable pick for secretary of state. trump's the president. i think they'll announce the domestic policy picks tomorrow. ben carson at hud. i think since the retiring congresswoman from wyoming. >> and later do mitt romney. >> and wednesday or thursday do mitt romney at state. >> i want kayley to get in now. are you okay with the president-elect tweeting out a lie? >> i think he's making an important point here, he's consistent, he said during the election, voter fraud is a problem. and he's still highlighting that as president-elect. wen don't know how many people voted illegally. we know we have 400 convictions on heritage foundation's website. 4 pbt 6% of illegal immigrants
claim they voted. >> we don't know. >> he's saying millions, if he doesn't know why tweet it out. >> none of us, we have no way of knowing how many people voted illegally. >> it could come out that there is, but -- >> there's no evidence showing it's false. that's just it, we don't track this. >> he's highlighting a problem that needs to be remedied before the next election. >> anna, you're sitting here patiently. >> he's not highlighting a problem, he's lying, he's lying on twitter, he's providing entertainme entertainment. he's fanning the flames, what is he doing with mitt romney? yes, he's putting him in his place, yes, he's castigating him, giving him a little bit of the same medicine that mitt gave trump during the campaign. you know what else he's doing, he's building suspense for the season finale, this is the apren disall over again. he's naming all these people tomorrow, we're like, big shrug.
he named the secretary of education last week, big shrug this one, we're all into the palace intrigue, and everything that's happening. mitt romney is coming to dinner tomorrow. a food taster may be a good investment. you might get served crow. >> i think he got served crow this weekend especially on the sunday shows, don't you think? >>y, it's a way of testing mitt romney, he's been a class act throughout this rather classless process that's going on. and i think he has shown that he's got the will and the loyalty he hasn't spoken out about the process, taken himself out of consideration, he's actually taken it in stride. >> what is the laufr for? >> i believe anna referred to mitt romney as loyal. anyone who had ears or eyes would say, he was anything but loyal during this entire
campaign. and actually, worked against the gop and worked against mr. trump in the campaign. >> he wasn't loyal -- he wasn't supportive or loyal during -- >> one at a time. >> he was honest and straightforward. the question is, he did not want donald trump to be president. donald trump is the president-elect. the question is whether trump supporters like yourselves, trump should not support loyalists, people who will be loyal but who are competent at doing the job. it's a good idea to appoint competent people. >> what happens is, you do reward those people who supported you and were loyal. there are plenty of people who were loyal an did not seek out to actively undermine the gop. >> so chris christie criticized donald trump during the election. and now they're on his side. what is the difference with mitt
romney? >> when one was during a campaign season. there were other people on the stage running for the spot. the -- mitt romney did it while he was -- >> criticism is not criticism? it only matters when you do it? >> when he was the gop nominee, yes, he could have kept his mouth shut and not said anything at all, if he had a big problem with him, when he was running, and when he was the nominee, he would have been highly upset if someone of donald trump's stature and other people came out against him, and did what he did. >> he did criticize him during the election. i don't know if he did or not, but maybe i have my history. >> i don't remember mitt romney reacting to it. >> mitt romney's big speech was in march, when he hoped i could deny donald trump the nomination. he's made clear he wasn't voting for donald trump. if that's a disqualifier, it can be a disqualifier. i think he would show a certain magnanimity -- and probably all
doesn't seem to make any of his supporters any less angry. >> kayliegh i want you to take a look at this. >> how many people are mad? ain't nobody going to say something on this plane? >> we can't hear you. >> you can't hear me? donald trump, baby. that's right, this man knows what's up. we have some hillary clinton [ bleep ] on here. come on, baby, trump. that's what i'm talking about. hey, baby, donald trump is your president every one of you. if you don't like it, too bad. >> wow!
so -- >> lord, i'm glad he wasn't sitting next to me. >> i know. i always wondered what i would do in a situation like that. if someone said something, if it had been a hillary clinton supporter, you look so dumb, just sit down, you know what i mean. you see there's incidents that happened in department stores, we've seen road rage in traffic a flub of times, people invoking donald trump's name. this man was banned from flying again. >> there's no room for people acting out or jeering or anything of the sort. i've seen, if you're willing to look on the other side. i've seen a homeless woman get beat up for supporting donald trump. i saw a house get burned down in hillsboro county, because the person supported interrupt. if you selectively look for these things, you can find them on either side. >> it sounds so ernest and good governmenty, we
civility, it's a pretty healthy thing, a pretty important thing to have basic rules and norms. i think one problem with donald trump. one reason people like me didn't want to support him, he did take the level of personal insult, i think, so a new low in presidential politics. hillary clinton did some unseemly things people were telling the truth about her husband. i do think this again without sounding too ernest. it would be a good thing if donald trump asked his supporters to cool it, and be civil to people who disagree with them. >> why do you think people are acting out this way? >> it was a passionate election. the country is divided. there are people on both sides of the aisle that feel strongly about either side this is what happens. i was at macy's a few weeks ago, and a woman was buying a gift for a friend. a woman said, you don't want to
buy those boots. i said why? they're made by ivanka trump. you don't want them. i said, actually, i do want to buy those and i'll pay more to have them. >> it's not the same thing. and ivanka trump is having trouble with her products now. >> how many other people did this woman try to dissuade from purchasing something because she didn't like her father. >> there are people who stop me every day, who say, i don't like the things you say, i don't like the fact that you're a trump supporter, but i appreciate you having the platform and i appreciate your voice. i think it's fair to say there are people that are passionate and upset about it, there are people who do see the good in all of this and are willing to be civil. >> do you think there is equivalency or parody, there are many people who feel rightly so, this election empowered bigots?
>> i do think that racists, bigots feel justified by this election. i hope that donald trump does much more to lower the temperature, when you. this election was like boiling water. you put water to boil and the thing starts to bubble, once you turn off the stove, it takes a long time for that water to go back to being room temperature. anything and everything donald trump can do to get us back to a more civil area, he should be doing. that includes not beating angry tweets against jeff zeleny or hamilton cast or whatever. you know, look, when a 2-year-old throws a tantrum, he throws himself on the floor an starts kicking and screaming. when 70-year-old donald trump throws a tantrum, he goes to twitter. it's time that somebody gives him his medication. >> what medication, don, seriously. >> this is a man who has 4,000
positions to fill, a cabinet to fill, intelligence briefings to attend, and he's tweeted out 13 tweets against voter fraud and the recount. 5 tweets against cnn and jeff zeleny. come on, you're president-elect. dude, you won. >> he's also going to carrier air conditioning negotiating for 2,000 jobs to stay here before he takes office. >> in the media world, but not the real world. in the real world, people want their jobs and they're excited he's negotiating these things. >> we should ignore he tweets falsehoods or twaets things that are -- >> no, but i think paul begala said something significant in the last show, donald trump will put out something, and the media interpreteds to follow the shiny object and ignore the less sensational things he's done. the really important things he's done that will give people jobs and money and food on the table for christmas, i think that's
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