tv Marco Rubio Town Hall Meeting in Exeter New Hampshire CSPAN February 2, 2016 6:00pm-7:01pm EST
exeter, new hampshire. you see the town hall building there. senator marco rubio in the room. you may have noticed when he came in, he had the eer piece in doing a tv interview with one of the networks. we expect him to speak to the crowd there. also coming up, part of our road to the white house coverage tonight, in about an hour or so, on c-span 2. we plan to bring you coverage of donald trump also in new hampshire tonight. after the first caucus of the year in iowa last night, senator ted cruz coming in first on the republican side. donald trump second. and marco rubio, senator rubio from florida, in third place. we're going to watch and we expect the speech portion of this event to get under way shortly here on c-span 3.
then saturday, the 20th of february, the gop primary in south carolina. plus the nevada democratic caucuses. the 23rd is a tuesday, nevada gop caucuses and then on saturday the 2 7 /*th of february, so-called super tuesday is march 1st. and that entails primaries in alaska, arkansas, colorado, georgia, massachusetts, minnesota, nebraska, north dakota, oklahoma, tennessee, texas, vermont, virginia and wyoming. and i may have missed one, but a lot of primaries coming up on march 1st. we're going to watch and we expect this rally to get under way shortly. #9
[ cheers and applause ] >> can you guys hear me? hey, all right. i promise you, i'm going to be the last person to speak before marco. just a minute before we get going here. my name is jim merrill, i'm the senior adviser for the campaign here in new hampshire. wow, look around you right now. when my staff told me tonight that we had 700 rsvps, i said,
there's no way. look around you. we've got 700 people in this room right now. so thank you very much for being here. a few minutes ago, we had folks up on stage here that each gave you a little bit of a testimonial about when they signed up with marco and why. leaders from around the state. that was their time, a campaign we built brick by brick, step by step, to get to where we are today. last night iowa had its time. did you all see that last night? me too. that was pretty good. now, i want to welcome you to the exeter town hall and the greatest eight days in politics. first presidential primary. it's our time now. it's our time to pick the nominee of our party. it's our time to pick the candidate who can beat hillary clinton. it's our time to pick a
candidate who will defeat isis and keep our country safe. it's our time to pick a candidate who will boldly lead us to a new american century. and it's our time to pick a candidate who we can revere and honor and rally around and unite behind. the other night, my 9-year-old son and i were sitting on the couch watching marco on television. and he said to me, daddy, i believe in marco rubio with all my heart. and i said, so do i, buddy. so do i. ladies and gentlemen, your next president, marco rubio. >> thank you. come here a second.
thank you, new hampshire. thank you. so i'm not going to make him stand here the whole time but i wanted you to meet my family. because they'll be here for eight days. as jim just said, the greatest eight days in american politics. it'll be a lot of fun. we add great time in iowa, a great turnout and now we are ready to do it here in new hampshire and i'm thankful for all of you coming out today. my wife, jeannette, we've been married 17 -- 17? 17 years. 17 years. amanda is my oldest. 16 in april. daniellea is 13. anthony is 10. and dominik is -- >> 8? >> yes. so they are -- they are going to be with us the whole week as well as they were with us in december. when they were coming up here, they said, dad, we hope it snows in new hampshire. i said, kids -- the people of
new hampshire do not want snow. i am against snow. so you guys want to stand up here or stand down? >> we'll go down. it's fine. >> i won't make them stand here the whole time. i hope you enjoy our time here together. i'm so excited to be here. this election is not just a choice between political parties. this election is a revereferendn our identity as a nation and people. i'm going to tell you what -- we have a chance to be greater than we've ever been. i believe that with all my heart. there is a chance, a real chance, within our reach, that my children who you just met and the children that are here today and your children and grandchildren could be the freest and the most prosperous americans that have ever lived. that's within our reach. that will not happen, that will not happen, if the next four years are anything like the last seven.
that will not happen if a bernie sanders or hillary clinton is elected president of the united states. and that's why i'm here in the hopes of convincing as many, if not all of you -- no, frankly, all of you, to vote for me a week from today. >> we love you! >> thank you. my favorite kind of heckler, you know. you'll vote for me because if i'm our nominee, we are going to beat hillary clinton. and the it won't be by the flip of a coin, i promise you that. by the way, that is unbelieve -- that is just unreal, right? they flip a coin because they were tied so they just flip a coin on who won? so, yeah. but i -- that's what this election is so important.
this election is a referendum on our identity. what has america been for two centuries? you know what it's been, the single greatest nation in the history of mankind. because we were founded on an incredibly powerful principle. the principle that our rights do not come from government. our rights do not come from our law. our rights come from our creator. [ applause ] and it is that principle, that belief, that fundamental truth, that led us to embrace free enterprise. that made us the freest most prosperous people that ever lived. also led us to be an inspiration to the world. anyone willing to work hard and persevere to accomplish. so when did this all start going wrong? well, i think it's been building for some time. but in 2008 america elected a president who wasn't interested in fixing america's problem.
in 2008, they elected a president who wanted to change america. change it. to make it more like the rest of the world. and this explains a lot of what's happened over the last seven years. he doesn't view the constitution the way you and i do. he views the constitution as an anowance, outdated and stale document that we need to figure out how to get around. that's why he issues the unconstitutional executive orders. that's why he undermines the second amendment. that's why he undermines relickous liberties. he views america as an arrogant global power. that's why he cuts deals with our enemies like iran. that's why he betrays allies like israel. that's why he is gutting our military. that's why he apologizes for america on at least 10 separate occasions we have a president that has apologized for america while traveling abroad. and this is what we are left with. the sense of frustration and anger that you feel is justified.
because not only has barack obama taken us in the wrong direction, but to be frank, leaders in either party have not done enough to stop it. and that's the anger people face. so this started building early in 2009. i was a private citizen. i had been speaker of the florida house, term limits kicked in, i was happy to go home and become a private citizen then there was a vacancy created for the u.s. senate. i said i want my next u.s. senator to be someone that will stand up to the agenda that barack obama is you with thing in place and offer a clear alternative. and our candidate will be the sitting governor of florida, his name is charlie crist. i know him. he was gf more when i was speaker. he is not a republican much less a conservative. they said, it doesn't matter, that's who we're going with. i said i'm going to run. they said, if you run, we will come against you. and they did. but we won. in fact, we won -- before that
race even ended,ed proven me right. he had switched to become an independent. then democrat two years later. now he's a vegetarian. he keeps moving. all right. nothing wrong with being a vegetarian. i don't get it. but there's nothing wrong with it. and now when i decided to run for president, some of the same people came forward and said, you can't run for president. so i said, why? they said, because you have it wait your turn. there's a line. i said, i didn't know there was a line. but wait for what? what are we waiting for? after seven years of barack obama, this is not a time for patience. this is a time for urgent action. because if we get this election wrong, there may be no turning around for america. >> let's get the job done! >> absolutely. absolutely. so what will it take to get the job done? well, first what it will take is
we must, at the end of this process, bring this party and movement together. we can't win if we don't come together. it doesn't mean we will agree on everything. it does not. but we must unify and come together. when i'm nominee, i will bring the party and conservative movement together. i will unify us so we can win. but that alone will not be enough. we need to go out and convince more people to become conservatives than we have right now. and we're going to do that when i'm nominee. we are going to go to the people who are living the way that i grew up. my father was a bartender. my mother was a cash eer. a made. a stock clerk at kmart. they were not rich. they were not wealthy. they were not influential, not politically connected but they distilled in us the values i hold today. i'll never forget growing up we lived in las vegas a few years
and we didn't have a lot of money and and there wasn't much to do for kids in las vegas. i don't know why i remember, but my house was one of the houses. some of you don't even know who liberace is, so why are you laughing? my parents had a choice. my parents could have taught us, see the people who live in big houses? the reason why we live in the small house is because the greedy people live in the big house. they is not what they taught us. they taught us, if that's what you want, if you want to be financial successful, and you want a house like that, you live in the one country in the world where it doesn't matter if your dad is a bartender and your mom is a maid, you can do that too. my parents knew, my parents knew that america was a special country.
because they knew what life was like outside of america. we need to reach people like that now. to the single mothers raising children on their own living pay check to paycheck, the big government liberals have lied to them. more taxes. more government, more spending is not the way forward for our country for them. to the students that are struggling under student loan debt, i know what you are going through, because i had a student loan. three years ago i still owed over $100,000. i was only able to pay it off because i wrote a book. it's called "an american son." it's available on paper back. that's not a joke. it is available on paper back. okay. and to the -- and what about the families raising children into the 21st century? you can't lecture me on that mp as you just saw, my wife, jeannette, and i are raising
four kids into the 21st century. we know we are trying to instill the values we have in our home instead of the values they are trying to ram down our throats in the popular culture. when i'm our nominee, i will unite this party and i will grow the conservative movement by taking our principles to people that have not voted for us in the past and convincing them as i know we can and i know we will that our approach is better than what bernie sanders and hillary clinton is offering. [ applause ] when i'm our nominee, we will win. you know who knows will win. you know who doesn't want to run against me? bernie sanders and hillary clinton. they know if they lose i win. it is why i'm attacked more than anyone else in the republican race. they don't want to run against me. but i can't wait to run against them. [ cheers and applause ]
i can't -- i cannot wait to run against bernie sanders if he is their nominee. bernie sanders is a socialist. usually that's a slur. but no, he's a socialist. like he says he's a socialist, like in his commercials. bernie sanders is actually a nice guy. i said the other night, would he be a really good candidate for president of sweden. then the swedish people got really upset at me. i had two young men at my event in iowa and i thought they would chew me out. they said, why would you do that to our country? so i take it back. he's not a good president for anyone. hillary clinton is no laughing matter. hillary clinton can never be the president. she is not qualified to be president. hillary clinton took highly classified information and
because she believes she's above the law, she put it on her private server. so classified that the state department can't even release them because they might put people's lives in danger. she thinks she is above the law. maybe her plan was, i'll win, become president, and then i'll pardon myself. but she's not going to win. and here's what's worse. hillary clinton can disqualified from being commander-in-chief. because anyone who lies to the family of people who lost their lives in the service of our country can never be the commander-in-chief for the united states. [ cheers and applause ] >> so i'm asking you for
your vote because if you nominate me, i will unite us. i will grow this movement. well win this election but you deserve to know something even more important. not just why are we going to win, but when we get there, what
are we going to do? it is not enough to be angry. you have a right to be angry. but anger is not a plan. and perhaps no state in the country demands more other candidates than new hampshire does and you should. the role you play is so important. so -- as a candidate, it is so rewarding. tomorrow we will begin a series of town hall meetings where we get to answer questions and truly it is the best debate prep you can possibly do. because the people at town halls often have much better questions than the moderators at these debates. the fox debate was good, okay? they did a good job. i just want to say that. but the point is, you deserve to know what we're going to do. today i'm not
-- it'll take an hour to go through everything we're going to do, but i want to give you some of the key points of the things we're going to do. first thing i'm going to do is take the oath of office. which means i'm going to place my left hand on the bible and right hand in the air and before this nation and under the eyes
of god i will swear to protect, defend and uphold the constitution and unlike barack obama, i will actually mean it. that means for example, that as president, i will not undermine, i will defend the second acommendment because you have a constitutional god-given right to defend your family against criminals and terrorists and anyone who seeks to do you harm. after i am done taking the oath of office, i'm going straight to the oval office. as soon as i walk through those
doors, i'm going straight to the desk and i'm going to repeal every single one of barack obama's unconstitutional executive orders. every single one of them. and that means, that means that
all of these crazy epa rules that are destroying jobs in america, on my first day in office, they're gone. this executive order that undermines the second amendment on my first day in office, it's gone. [ cheers and applause ] any work the federal government is doing to try to take over our k-12 system that belong to school boards, on my first day in office, any work to impose common core stops on my first day in office. [ cheers and applause ] and on my first day in office, no one is going to doubt who's side america's on when it comes to israel. because on my first day in office, i will end and cancel barack obama's deal with the ayatollah of iran. [ crowd chanting "marco" ]
>> as long as you don't say polo, polo. i hated that game. i really hated that game. when i'm president, we're banning marco polo, it won't be allowed in our schools -- where was i? the economy. our economy has flat lined. you know how many millions of americans, you know how many of you are working harder than you've ever worked and you live paycheck to paycheck? and by the way, i have people in my family facing this. and these people are nurses and teachers and firefighters. they live paycheck to paycheck. one broken refrigerator, one bad -- you know, the brakes go bad on your car away, to scramble to figure out how to pay for it. why is that? this economy under barack obama is flat. the jobs that it's creating
don't pay enough. you know whose fault that is? that's not your fault. it's the policies of this government's fault. policies that make us uncompetitive. policies running up the debt. policies that live in danger bp social security, medicare, important programs. programs that my mother's on. i've taken a very hard stance. i'm against anything that's bad for my mom. [ cheers and applause ] so when i'm president of the united states, we are going to become globally competitive again. we're going to fix our tax code. roll back our regulations. balance our budget. i have a plan, go to my website, to save social security and medicare. not just for people that are on it now. but for people in the future like my children. and your children and grandchildren. we're going to fully energize our resources. we will do what it takes. and when we do it, there will be no economy in the world more vibrant or competitive than the u.s. economy once again.
>> when i'm president, we're getting rid of obama care. i know that everyone running for president as a republican is against obama care. i'm the only one that ever did anything against obama care. they were going bailout private insurance companies with your money. and i wiped out that bailout fund. i led the effort to do it. and we saved taxpayers $2 billion. when i'm president of the united states within by a simple majority vote in the house and senate, we will repeal and replace obama care once and for all. >> as i've already told you and many of you probably already know, my parents weren't born in the united states. i am the son of immigrants. the grandson of immigrants.
jeannette's entire family are immigrants. we grew up in a community of immigrants. and i live in a community of immigrants. i understand this issue deeply. and personally. and all of its complexity. i know that first and foremost, immigration and the debate about it now has to be about keeping isis out of america. now, it's not about a religious test. it is not about discrimination. but we have to do things differently now because we face a threat that wasn't here before. a radical and sophisticated jihadist group that wants to move killers into our country. and we will not allow that to happen. when i'm president, if we don't know who you are and why you're coming, you are not getting into the united states of america. >> the other thing we have to fight off, and as the son and grandson of immigrants, i get a really annoys by this, is the argument that if you want to secure your borders, that's
anti-immigrant. it's not! every sovereign country in the world does this. or tries to. we have a right to control who comes here, when they come here and why they come here. for 30 years we have not done that well. that will change. when i'm president we're not hiring 20,000 new irs agents. we will hire 20,000 new border agents instead. we will finish the 700 miles of fencing and walls that the experts know we need. we will have mandatory e-verify. mandatory entry/exit tracking system to keep people from overstaying visas. do you that and you will see this issue come under control and it'll come under control quickly. and of that, we'll deal with the rest of it. not amnesty. criminal aliens will be deported right away and sanctuary cities, when i'm president, will lose all of their federal money.
>> the most important job i'm going to have as president is commander-in-chief. the most important job any president will have. the one we have flou is not a good commandener chief. terrible commander-in-chief. because the world is a more dangerous place than it was seven years ago. north korea is governed by a lunatic who unfortunately has nuclear weapons. the chinese government is rapidly building up their military. they steal our inventions. they steal our secrets. they hack into our computers. they are taking over the south china sea. vladimir putin shows instability in europe and middle east. iran is about to get $100 billion of sanctions relief. and they're not going to use that to build orphanages. they are going to use that to build up their military, to acquire a nuclear weapon and to sponsor terrorism. and isis, isis is not just a bunch of people on the back of pick-up trucks the way the president made them sound at the
state of the union. isis is the most sophisticated, sophisticated, and well-funded jihadist movement in history. this is the group that burns people alive in cages. this is the group that takes little girls as young as 9, 10, 11 years of age and sells them off for bribes. boca who ran just set a village on fire. little kids died in these fires. this is an apocalyptic group who believes their job is to trigger the end of the world and rise of amadi, their figure by triggering a an armageddon style showdown in a city named dubuque. what is barack obama doing to our military ? he's gutting. he is gutting our military. he is the worst when it comes to this and i will explain why. our army will soon be the smallest it's been since the end
of world war ii. our navy will soon be the smallest it's been in 100 years. and our air force will soon be not just smaller, but with the oldest airplanes it has had in our history. and to me is unacceptable. when we have people in the party of reagan who voted for budgets that brag about cutting expenses even more, this is unacceptable. providing for the national defense is the most important job the federal government has. it is the reason we have a federal government. when i'm -- [ applause ] and by the way, these cuts aren't just bad for america, they are unfair to our men and women in uniform. we're still asking them to put their lives on the line. we're still asking them to confront danger. but with older airplanes? with less people by their side? some have it buy their own equipment because what they are being given is not good enough.
so when i'm president of the united states, we're not cutting defense spending. when i'm president we are rebuilding the u.s. military because the world is a safer and better place when america is the strongest military in the world. [ cheers and applause ] when i'm president, we're going to have a real war on terror. here's how it's going to work. the best intelligence agencies in the world are going to tell us where the terrorists are. the best military in the world is going to destroy the terrorists. but if we capture any of them alive, they are not getting a lir, they are aren't getting a court-hearing, they are getting a one-way ticket to guantanamo and we're going to find out everything they know.getting a guantanamo and we're going to find out everything they know.a guantanamo and we're going to find out everything they know.g guantanamo and we're going to find out everything they know. and by the way, as part of our national defense, we're going to take care of our veterans again.
we're not doing that now. if you're a veteran, i want to thank you for your service. we all want to thank you for your service. [ cheers and applause ] and in that vein, let me add, in that vein, today when there's a terrorist take the first people to respond in america are firefighters and police officers. i'm so sick and tired of reading about all of the police officer that are this bad and that bad, police officers and firefighters are fellow americans willing to die before you do. we are grateful to you for your service and we thank you for what you do. >> when i'm president -- and by the way, a lot of police officers and firefighters happen to be veterans. when i'm president, and you're a veteran, you're going to be able to take your v.a. benefits to any hospital or any doctor that you choose to go to.
so in closing, this closing, i want to thank you for being here today. this is about to start the most exciting period of time that, well, every four years you do this, so you guys are veterans at this. but it's the first time i'm doing it, and it's a lot of fun. for me it's an extraordinary privilege to be able to do this, and an honor. as i tell people often, to me this election is deeply personal. i want you to understand why. why i have this sense of urgency and passion about what we confront as a nation. because america's not just a country i was born in. america is the nation that changed the history of my family. as i told you earlier, my parents came here in 1956. they had heart. my father stopped going to school when he was nine years old because his mother had died. he had to go work. nine years old. he today go work. he never went back to school. my mother didn't have it much easier.
when they first got here to america, they had it hard. they were discouraged. life was not easy. the lower in our family were some of the first words my father learned in english is one of my older cousins who lived here for a year and had been going to school, he phonetically spelled out on paper, i'm looking for a job or i'm looking for work. the first words he learned it speak in english. and the first years here were tough. less than a decade after my parents came here in those circumstances, they owned a home. not a mansion, but a home in a safe and stable neighborhood. years later, they retired with dignity and security. and most important thing of all, they were able to live to see their children grow up to have a better life than theirs. that was the purpose of their life. it gave purpose to their days. i always tell that story. because when i do, i'm not talking about me. i'm talking about you. i'm talking about all of you.
who among us has not been a generation or two removed from that? who among us is an generation or two removed from parents who made your future the purpose of their lives? or grandparents that made your parents' future the purpose of their lives. maybe some of you are that parent now. who worked hard everyday because you want your kids to be able to do all the things you never had a chance to do. it reminds us that what makes america special is not that we have rich people. every country in the world has rich people. we're grateful that we have rich people. it means we're a successful nation. but what makes us special are the millions of people that know they're never going to be rich, and that's not what they want. they just want to be happy. when you become a nurse, teacher, firefighter, police officer, welder, airplane mechanic, car technician, you know you're not going to become a billionaire. your goal? life is to have a job that you enjoy. that pays you enough to own a
home and do things you like and save for retirement and leave your kids with the clans for something better. and in america it doesn't matter where you started out or where you came from, that is available to everyone, that is what has made us special for over two centuries. that is the nation that inspired the world and changed the course of human history. and now we must decide whether we still want to be that kind of country. we're losing it. it's slipping away. and if we stay on the road we are on right now we will be responsible for losing it. we will be the first generation in american history that leaves their children worse off than themselves. and i, for one, want no part of that. and so now this generation is called on to do what those that came before us did. for you see the greatness of america was never automatic, and it was not an accident. this is a great nation because for two centuries each generation did what they had to do. your parent, grandparents, great grandparents, they too faced great challenges and they
confronted them. they did not leave their problems for you. they fixed them. now the time has come for us to do that as well. if you elect me president, we will do it. if you elect me president, this generation will do its part and when the history of this time is written, here is what it will say of us. it'll say that we in this generation like those that came before us rose up to the great challenges and because we did what needed to be done we didn't just save the american dream, we commanded it. it reached more people. changed more lives than ever before. because we did what needed to be done. our children were freer and more prosperous than any americans had ever been. because we did what needed to be done, the 21st century was better than the 20th century. a new american century. this is the opportunity before us and we must seize it now. and so i'm asking you to vote for me next tuesday. if you haven't done so already, sign up for our campaign on the website here before you leave. we want to stay in touch with you. we're not going to bombard
you -- well we are going to bombard you with e-mailes. for only eight days. and then we're going to leave you alone until august and september because we're coming back to win new hampshire in the general election. we're going to beat hillary clinton. and we're going to turn america around. thank you and god bless you! thank you. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
>> thank you. so grateful to you. >> thank you. >> marco. >> sir, do you mind -- >> thank you. >> now what? >> thank you, sir. >> quickly, quickly. >> thank you so much. >> which one is it? that one? look at that one. >> marco? >> you look just like my grandson ryan. >> good! but i'm not. >> it's very nice to meet you. >> you're not old enough to be
my grand dad. >> where is your camera? >> got it right here. all right. thank you so much. >> thanks, marco! >> get a picture. >> thank you so much. >> all right. >> hey, marcos. >> a selfie. >> marco? marco? >> hey guys. >> thank you very much. >> can i get a picture? >> best of luck to you. >> thank you. thank you, guys. >> i love what you're saying. >> thank you. >> are you okay? pushing forward. >> the people behind me. >> i know. can you help her out? just unhook that. >> hey.
>> thank you. >> you want to sign these? >> thank you. thank you. >> marco, traveled one mile to see you. would you take a picture with my wife? okay? got it. one, two, three. got it? thanks. >> thanks. thank you. >> i love -- >> good. >> ready? okay? >> can i get a picture? >> she's a first-time voter. awesome. thank you.
>> got you right here. >> one, two, three. >> thank you. >> i go to school at boston college so i drove here to see you. i'm from -- >> there's a lot of cubans there. >> thank you. >> god bless you in your presidency. this is for you and your wife. marco polo. my grandpa's name is dimarco. >> good. >> can i gate picture? >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> good to see you.
>> from texas. >> good to see you, man. thanks for being here. >> thank you. i appreciate it. >> how are you? >> thanks for coming out. get it set up. we'll take it. >> can we get a picture? >> yeah. >> can you take this? >> yeah, sure. here you go. >> you mind taking a photo with me, mr. rubio? >> you can't do that. oh. that will be $5. >> thank you. >> marco, i just want to shake your hand. i just wanted to shake your hand. >> thank you so much for coming. >> good luck. >> thank you. thank you so much. >> can i get my picture with you? >> yeah. i want one, too. >> thank you.
>> i need one. >> best of luck. >> thank you. >> best of luck. >> can you get the pictures? >> just trying to protect him. >> thank you. >> one, two, three. >> thank you so much. >> hi. >> republican club. can we take a picture with you? >> yep. are you all right there, guys? they're pushing forward on you. >> just helping you out, bud. >> want to make sure no one gets hurt. >> thank you. >> ready? oh, oh, oh. >> the thing there. >> one, two, three. thank you, guys. >> behind you. >> trying. >> down here. >> how are you? >> can i get a picture? >> okay. >> the camera. hold your camera. >> just grab -- >> there you go. >> ready? one, two, three.
>> thank you. >> thank you. >> be careful. >> trying to get out of the way of the cameras. >> thank you. >> awesome. >> good luck to you. >> thank you very much. >> if you can send -- guys, everybody needs to take two steps back. you're crushing the people in front. two steps back here. >> excuse me. excuse me. >> thank you very much, senator. >> thank you so much. >> i want to make sure you're okay. >> good luck to you. >> who do you like in the super bowl? >> i want peyton manning but i think it's going to be south carolina. >> tom brady. >> i know you did. i did, too. the dolphins will be good again.
>> senator? best speaker i have heard so far. >> thank you. i appreciate it. >> i want to get a picture with my daughter with you. >> where is she? >> right here. >> can i get past? >> absolutely. >> out of the way. >> let her get through. >> >> oh. not running a vault. >> all right. >> i don't think we're leaving you. >> i never wanted to run with the bulls. >> how are you? >> can i gaet a picture? >> thanks again, senator. >> good luck to you. >> thank you. >> thank you so much.
>> marco? >> one at a time. >> thank you very much. >> my camera. >> you have my phone. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> thank you for being here. >> absolutely. >> my lips have been cracking from so much smiling. >> thank you. >> all right. >> thanks a lot. thanks a lot, guys. good to see you. good to see you. we'll get you right now. hold up. >> good luck, senator. >> come on, guys. thank you. come on up here. >> good to see you guys. thank you for being here.
appreciate you guys. >> perfect. >> got you. >> amazing. >> do you have a dominic and anthony? >> yeah. >> so do i. i have a dominic and anthony. that's my boys' names. dominic and anthony. now you have to vote for me. >> good to see you, senator. >> the talk about the american dream was amazing. >> it's true. >> really. >> guys, how are you? >> hi. from boca. >> is that where you live? >> my daughter goes to school there. >> where do you go? that's a little kids' school. no, no. i'm kidding. you like it? your first year? big adjustment, right? it's hard, yeah. it's going t