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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 to be harder than
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college. >> good luck. >> thank you. >> marco? >> good the see you guys. >> whow are you? >> do you have a camera? >> we do. >> can i get one real quick? >> thank you. >> dolphins going to do next year? huh? >> i have no hope anymore. >> brutal. >> hi. >> good to see you. >> are you okay? >> i'm just watching. >> i just drove from rhode island. >> thank you for coming. >> thank you. >> you know -- >> thank you. >> do you want to be in the picture? >> i just keep doing -- >> hi. what is your name? >> what is it? >> gia. >> gia. how old are you? >> 6. >> 6. i saw the hats, man. i noticed. >> i lived -- seven years.
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>> this time of the year. >> sign it? >> thank you! >> i'm right her. >> god to see you. >> can i get a picture? >> one, two, three. >> thank you. >> working on it. you can help me. hi, guys. good to see you. >> can we take a picture? >> absolutely. >>. good to see you. >> where is your camera? >> be careful behind you. >> one, two, three. >> thank you so much. >> nice meeting you. >> i'm a small business owner. in spite of the hurdles, we're looking for a better scenario. >> we're going to make it easier for you. they made it too hard for you. you talk to -- can you set them up?
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thank you. thank you. >> i'm a naturalized child. many parents came here from russia when i was 9. oh, wonderful! >> they're 13 now. >> they can be -- >> i do hope indeed you are the president of the united states. god willing. thank you. >> can i gate picture? >> yes, sir. >> i'm a huge fan. >> thank you. i appreciate. can i get a picture with you? >> one at a time. >> thank you. >> sorry. thank you, sir. >> thank you so much. >> please. >> one, two, three. >> thank you so much. >> let's get a picture. >> thank you, sir. >> i'll be right there. >> one, two, three. >> thank you. >> can we get one, too? >> marco? >> that's right, man. >> hey, how are you? >> we did. thank you very much. r+√°√°rmuch.
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>> yep. >> we came here all the way from massachusetts. >> i'll be right there. >> appreciate it. >> thank you. >> great. thank you. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> one, two, three. >> perfect. >> you got it? thank you for coming. a pleasure. >> can you sign this, please, sir? can i get a picture? >> right behind you. thank you. that was great. >> thank you for being here. >> individuals. >> take all the pictures. one, two, three. have your cell phones ready. >> one, two, three. >> thank you. >> taking your phone away. >> one more. >> i'm sorry. sorry. >> perfect. ready? >> thank you. >> oh my god. >> god bless you. >> thank you, sir. >> nice, guys. >> thank you for coming. >> thank you for being here. >> yeah. we'll get this. >> one, two, three. >> ready? >> thank you for being here.
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>> thank you for being here. >> likewise. >> one, two -- >> senator? >> thank you so much. >> you're standing -- >> what is your stance on the labeling of gmos? >> in terms of the federal requirement on it? i mean, i'm looking at that bill right now. you know joannie from iowa? she has a bill to standardize it so you don't have 50 different rules so that's kind of a direction i'm moving in. >> all right, all right. thank you. >> you were? >> yeah. i was born in -- >> wow. >> you know? >> yes. >> point of view -- >> thank you. all right. let's get our picture. >> awesome. >> here. >> ready? one, two, three. >> all right. i got everybody. >> thank you so much. >> just little bit -- >> nice to see you. >> thank you. >> one, two, three. >> thanks very much. >> thank you.
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>> all right. marco? oh my gosh. blood bless. i mean it. >> excuse me. do you mind taking a photo? >> thank you. >> how are you guys? >> don't push up front. stay where you are. we'll get to everybody. >> one, two, three. >> sign it? >> thank you. >> thank you so much. >> thanks for being here. >> thank you. >> i'm praying for you. you're my first ever town hall meeting. >> it was? this is a rally. >> immigration center. you better fix it. >> we are. it's a mess. it's a total mess. [ speaking spanish ] >> thank you. >> thank you. >> thank you for being here. thank you for coming. >> thank you. >> marco? >> absolutely.
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>> do you have a camera? >> oh yeah. >> good shape. >> she's dying. my dad -- >> hi. good to see you. >> i'd be dead already. >> thank you for your service. >> any time. >> can we take a picture, also? [ speaking spanish ] >> have somebody take it. >> i'll get it. >> sir? >> you just tap it. >> got it. >> thank you. >> how are you? good the see you. thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> ready? one, two, three. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> whole gang? >> whole gang. >> thanks. >> when you're done. >> perfect. >> thanks, marco.
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thanks very much. >> you have a camera? let's get it. robert, get their camera. >> let her come forward. watch out. >> you pick it. >> can you -- >> thank you. >> thanks a lot. >> careful, guys. let them out here. >> thanks, guys. >> right here. >> i'm sorry. >> oh, no problem. >> three. >> good luck, senator. >> thank you. >> senator, good luck! >> thank you. >> there you go. >> thank you. thank you so much. >> nice to meet you. >> thank you. we'll keep fighting. thanks a lot. >> thank you. >> my grandfather really liked -- >> oh yeah? >> can i get a photo, please? >> yeah.
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>> ready? one, two, three. >> thank you. >> marco, i came from connecticut. awesome job. it's tough. >> the -- for you. >> that looks just like me. >> did you get the picture yet? >> not yet. >> this is gorgeous. >> can they get a picture with you, marco? >> thank you. >> yep. >> see how lucky? >> ready? one, two, three. thank you. >> thank you so much. thank you, guys. >> you have one more smile left? >> i have more than one. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> good to see you, man. >> can i get a picture with you? this is my brother. >> good to see you. all right, guys. perfect. >> thank you. >> take them back here? >> thank you. thank you.
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>> who's next? >> i know. >> good luck, senator. >> thank you. >> i'll be right back. >> thank you. >> thanks a lot. >> thanks for coming. >> thank you. >> thanks a lot. >> thank you. >> good luck, sir. >> thank you. >> can i get one with my brother? that's my brother. >> how many times you think you smiled in the past month? >> thousands. literally. i've got the wrinkles to prove it. >> can't wait to vote for you. march 1st, ma m. >> good. we'll be there. >> good. >> get everybody in. >> congratulations on iowa. >> thank you. >> enjoy your time in the greatest state. hopefully no snow, right? >> it makes it easier to get around. that's for sure. thank you. >> some fight to the party. >> we will.
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>> thanks a lot. thank you. >> i'm a veteran. >> thank you for your service. >> 24 years. >> what branch? >> air force. and army. my mama was an m.a.s.h. nurse. >> you have a family history of service. >> i'm so glad. for your comment, compassion about capacity. >> it's out ray you. have you seen the movie? >> no. i'm afraid to. >> i haven't seen it. i want to. i haven't had time to go to the movies lately. i want to see it. >> netflix. read the book. >> you're right. >> signed up to be a volunteer. >> thank you. i need your help. >> good luck. >> thank you. >> he signed. >> thank you very much. >> can i take a picture? >> thank you for being here. >> thank you for all you're doing. >> thank you.
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>> can i get a quick picture? >> yeah. >> look right through there. >> there. >> this one's yours. >> hurry, hurry. >> get hers while you're coming forward. >> thank you. good luck. >> thank you so much. >> i'm praying. >> thank you. >> president rubio. >> not yet. i have to earn it. >> thank you so much, sir. >> we're rooting for you. god bless you, sir. >> ready? >> we're in. daughter of immigrants. >> from where? >> russia. >> russia. i just met someone that was from rush why. >> you have the same birthday as me. >> mai 28th. >> we got that, too. >> '71? >> no. i'm younger than you. >> really? >> no. >> sign it? >> thank you again. >> what is your -- >> how are you? good to see you. >> real deal on immigration?
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everybody talks the talk. >> no. we are going to do it. i live this issue. i see it firsthand every day. in my community i see the impact every day of legal and illegal immigration. >> worried about the border. >> not just with mexico. it's the airport, too. >> i'm with you on that. thank you so much. wish you the very best of luck. >> thank you. thank you. thank you for having me. i appreciate it. >> thank you so much for running. i promise you three years i would support you. i was at a rally. >> yeah? >> yes, yes. i just gave you money this morning. >> thank you so much. i'm so honored. >> thank you. >> we'll spend it in new hampshire. >> you are going to win. >> thank you, man. >> good to see you. >> thank you for running. >> thank you. it is my honor to do it. how are you? >> good luck. >> thank you. >> retired military family. we liked what you had to say. >> what branch? >> army. >> army. >> my brother was in the army.
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green beret. >> fort bragg. >> '68 to '71. >> much later. much later. >> he is 21 years older than me. >> my daughter was born there. >> absolutely. good to see you. >> a veteran and i hope that i can -- marine corps. >> in now? >> yes. 15 years. >> excellent. >> all over the world. >> thank you. >> i'm in the reserves right now. i have to get the shipyard in ports mouth. >> we'll keep that open. that's key to us. we need that shipyard. >> we have the nuclear subls down there. we need money. i'm the comptroller. i do the finance. so i'm hoping i can see you on sunday. i'll be down there. >> i'll be there. i'll look for you. >> congratulations. good luck. >> i want to introduce you to jim. he flew in from san francisco, took a week's vacation to fly out here to knock on doorps.
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>> we met in san francisco. >> a couple of times. >> i was thinking he looks familiar. that's incredible. this is a lot of fun. >> a blast. a blast. can i get a picture of you guys. >> they know their policy, too. >> i have to step back. okay. ready? >> what a great shot. >> it didn't take. >> oh. i'm sorry. >> there we go. thank you for what you're doing. >> great speech last night. perfect. >> we need to do it. absolutely. >> can you sign my mom's sign? >> yes. which side? this side? thank you. >> hi. >> so nice to -- greet everybody. >> they came here to see me, i want to see them. >> my pleasure. absolutely. my pleasure. my pleasure. >> ready?
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>> perfect. >> thank you so much. >> come on. absolutely. >> thank you so much. right here. awesome. thank you. >> thank you so much. thank you, guys. >> can we get one, too. >> where is your camera? robert? >> ready? one, two, three. >> thank you very much. appreciate it. >> thank you for being here. sign it? >> yes, please. >> thank you so much. >> can i have a photo? >> yeah. where is your camera? >> you take it. >> thank you so much. >> nice to meet you. >> got your signs all over my lawn. >> good.
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thank you. thank you guys for being here. >> thank you for coming. >> thank you. good luck. >> thank you. >> i appreciate it. >> good luck. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> yeah. >> one day i'll vote for you. >> hi. >> got your camera? >> thank you. thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> thank you. ready? >> changed my mind. >> oh good. as many people as possible. >> good to see you. >> thank you. >> experience. >> right. we'll be around everywhere for eight days. >> your passion comes through
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and i think you can kick the crap out of -- >> i know we can. look forward to. >> nice to meet you. >> likewise. thank you for coming. thank you so much. thank you. >> thank you. good luck. >> hi. good to see you. >> god bless your candidacy. >> thank you. thank you so much. thank you. >> can i get a picture? i'm sorry your kids aren't here. >> would you take this picture for me? thank you. >> thank you so much. >> oh my god. i texted the morning picture to my trainer who's got following of 500 in new york with his little logo. i photo bombed you. he's like, he won yesterday didn't he? i'm like, yes. and he's cute, too. thank you. >> no. i'm not. >> i love what you said before.
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>> thank you. >> i'm so -- >> thank you. >> look at that. isn't that great? >> thank you. >> so sorry. >> just miss -- so much. i love -- thank you. >> we're going to go -- okay ready. >> congratulations? >> thank you. >> we're going to go win. >> you got my vote. >> thank you. >> hi, guys. >> where is your camera? there? come on in. >> thank you very much. >> thank you so much, guys. >> guys, thank you. thank you for what you're doing. >> liked what you said. >> absolutely. >> we can do one -- let's do one with each.
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together or individually? >> all right. fire away. >> get in the middle. >> ready? one, two, three. take one more. >> thanks for what you guys do. appreciate it. get one -- >> focus. two, three. >> thanks a lot. stay safe. >> would you sign this? >> absolutely. >> she felt bad. >> no. i'm here to do this. >> your wife -- good. so do i.
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>> that was senator marco rubio in exeter, new hampshire. our road to the primary continues all week. we have john kasich live. and then former florida governor jeb bush and that's live at 6:00 p.m. eastern. that's followed by new jersey governor chris christie in milford at 6:30 eastern on c-span2. their first in the nation primary in new hampshire is on tuesday.
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if you're interested in the process, it all has to begin in iowa and then in new hampshire. we don't set the rules in terms of which state is first or second. we certainly have to cover the candidates where they are. there are a lot of people interested in this election. every four years the american people make a decision to say who should be the leader of the free world. who should be our president. and so, for those who want to follow the process, and do it in a way that is completely unfiltered, we're the only place that does that. the other thing to keep in mind, though, is that as you look at this campaign and you look at these candidates, you're able to see how they're able to try to close the deal and during the final days of any campaign there's a lot of attention on every nuance, every news story, every speech, every ad, how is one candidate trying to rebut the other, how are you trying to respond to those, you know, in this day and age of social media and twitter. the news cycle is an

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