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designing the system, financiers figuring out how to put together the local money and the state money and the federal money. generating jobs, growing our economy and stopping the poisoning of our children. the president proposed his budget today. tomorrow our colleagues take up the budget and begin to decide how to move that money to things that are a priority. mr. tonko: when we talk about the infrastructure hidden beneath the surface of the streets and scape of our communities, hard to imagine wooden pipes, along with those decrepit 145-year-old pipes and
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calcification galore and the enormity of the situation needs to be perhaps graphically shared. under the city of albany, the capital of new york, which is part of the 20th congressional district i represent, happens to lie 317 miles of pipe. drinking water infrastructure. you know, you could travel from albany, new york, to baltimore, maryland, that's the sort of linear responsibility associated with that system. should we anticipate rightfully, that there may be some bumps along the road of that 317 mile stretch in any given year? absolutely. let's think of it in those sorts of terms, so that we can have a better understanding and awareness of an aged infrastructure, which by the way is also accompanied by a discontinued inventory in many cases. valves that are required are no
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longer manufactured. and so we have to come up with some innovative response when there is a break. and while we've talked a lot about capital improvements, capital infrastructure, physical infrastructure that's required to pay for and build back these systems, there's also that third leg of the school. human infrastructure. when i tour these water systems in my district, one of the learning curves is the declining effort of professionals, not their effort, but the declining numbers of professionals who have the awesome responsibility of operating and maintaining these systems so the education, the training, the retrain, the higher ed, the certification of individuals who make these systems work. and provide for that water when you turn on the tap. they're there. but there's an aging out. because i think we have ignored
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this and so career paths have not been developed in the minds of students to go into this sort of science. and it's an important, awesome responsibility. will that institutional knowledge be passed on? or will we just go without? and so the human infrastructure is an important piece of this puzzle also. to have the qualifies women and men, conducting their professionalism, to serve the community. so when you turn that tap on and anticipate, rightfully, again, that clean drinking water is the result, think of all the decision making, think of all the investment, think of the stewardship, the operating know how that is required, it is awesome. and it's also a system as we have been shown that when there is failure you can have a large number of people impacted and in severe measure.
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so i believe that this nation cares about its drinking water, purity and state of and sound condition. they want that abundant supply of clean water. and we need stronger partnerships. from the federal level being more committed, more lucrative funding streams to the states, and then the states incorporated with their local communities to come up with innovate i concepts. we're producing new materials that perhaps won't corrode as easily or that can retrofit the given systems. we have gauges that can tell us where the next break may come. so you're dealing with the know-how that provides for the most effective and efficient outcome from a taxpayer perspective. all of this secnology with software to accompany is available. again, the technical assistance
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the grant, loans, the affordable loans that we can advance to the communities, these are important steps in the process. of providing for a 21st century infrastructure. we shouldn't be content with a d on our report card. d means devastating. d means dangerous. d means in cle de-cline. let's move forward and advance for that a on the report card. i know you wanted those a's on your report card, representative garamendi. i want them on mine. mr. garamendi: the art of the possible. the art of the possible, what we have here. mr. tonko, i don't know where you were when i brought this up , this is the drinking water in flint, michigan. that's a recent photo from a
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tap -- a water tap in flint, michigan. unacceptable. bottom line, it is unacceptable. mr. tonko: and frightening. mr. garamendi: it's poisonous. so we're going to make some choices. i plead to my colleagues here and it echoes what you said, we can talk about it in terms of jobs. thousands and thousands of jobs would be created if we invested in our infrastructure, our public works and the water systems, is the money available to do it? well, if we make the right choice, it is. if we make the right choice to invest in ending the poisoning of our children, it's there. we can move $4 trillion around n one way or another and build
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modern infrastructure. we could do that. and we're going to do it now. we're going to do it now. begins of the budget today in the united states congress. 535 american citizens are brought to this capitol to make decisions about the health and the safety of their children. we've been given that responsibility. and god knows there's enough money, around $4 trillion, to find a way to spend the money to build the water systems to stop the poisoning of our children. it's just a matter of choices. what do we choose to do. refurbish a nuclear bomb that god willing we'd never, ever even think about using? that's our choice.
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that's our choice. as your representatives. we can move money. into providing the public works , to meet the fundamental human need, in this case, water. rinkable, potable, safe water. fundamental. you cannot live but three days without water and the last two days aren't worth living anyway because you're comatose. withouter. -- water. choices. public works. investment in the future. jobs today. engineers as you talked about, all of that. it's disheartening and i hear my colleagues, like sheila jackson lee come in and talk about going to flint, michigan, i'll never forget mr. kildee on
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the floor last thursday, and i asked him, talk to me. about that young child that you saw in your community that you represent. he said, the kid turned to him nd said, i'm not going to be smart enough. we make choices. mr. tonko: and think in the re-- think of the reduction of the quality of life there. we commend representative kildee and all the members of the michigan delegation for the work they have done. again, to the price tag, the cost. let's look at the other side. earlier i talked about seven billion gallons of water lost with these main breaks. with these breaks of any kind. seven billion gallons. mr. garamendi: can we talk
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about the california drought in this context? mr. tonko: exactly, you can ill afford any waste of water. but it's not just water coming through those pipes. it's tax dollars flowing through with the water. it's treated water. it's foolish for us to continue along this path of hidden infrastructure mentality. because when it's not addressed, water and tax dollars, hard-earned constituent money, flowing out of those pipes. before i came here, representative garamendi you know i worked at the new york state energy research and development association. got national awards for thrge technology in water treatment. we took that effort to reduce the price tag of day-to-day operational costs. there are ways to save money. a broken pipe is pouring money down the drain. so let's stop that foolish
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expenditure and go wise think to the investment that en-- wisely to the investment that enables us with our intellect, our passion, our sense of virtue to get things done correctly. you know, generations before us had that vision. pioneers built this country. people came here as immigrants and deathered their american dream and they climbed the ladder of opportunity. and built strong communities based on that american dream. and we in our present moment can't find it within ourselves to address those basic core needs? we pride ourselves on being a modern society, having the luxury of clean water. the blue infrastructure moment is now. let's invest in that clean water infrastructure. let's not torture our
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communities. let's not disrcht our children. we're better than that. we have the engineering savvy, we have the academic producest, we have the intleck -- prowess, we have the intellectual capacity. now, do we have the will? i believe we do. i believe this country, if asked, do you want to invest in america's drinking water systems, i believe it would be a resounding yes. flint, michigan, see bring, ohio, los angeles, california, troy, new york, the list goes on and on. if we do nothing, we should anticipate that this list will continue to make a growing, passionate statement that we're dragging our feet. we're allowing a hidden infrastructure to be truly that. hidden. out of sight, out of mind. don't burden us with the responsibility. don't share the facts.
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t's too painful. i don't want to hear that it's going to cost us something. we see what the cost is. representative garamendi held up the photo of that polluted water. hat poisonous water. unacceptable in the country as great as america. unacceptable. we have invested in the soundness of education, research, of innovation, and to not utilize the byproducts of those investments is sheer foolishness. it's not exercising the love of country that needs to be engaged in this chamber and across the country. we can get this done. i'm a firm believer, firm
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believer that with voices, resonating, in chorus, about his issue, and the connected tragedy of disinvestment, we will get it done. representative garamendi, i appreciate the efforts you make to bring these issues to the attention of the american public. for those who listen at home, watch at home, encourage your representatives to get on board with the investment in our clean drinking water infrastructure. it is so critical this moment can bring us together. this isn't about a partisan issue. we didn't ask those children what party their families may be assigned to. or chosen. this serves us all. let's go forward, united in voice and passion to get it
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done. the determination, the integrity to say that we had a challenge and in the old american way, we responded to it and we succeeded. again, thank you for bringing us together. mr. garamendi: mr. tonko, thank you. i think we're going to wrap here. but i wasn't in flint, mp, when representative kildee -- in flint, michigan, when representative kildee spoke to that young child, i think he was probably 4 or 5, who had been drinking this lead contaminated water and was aware that he'd been drinking the water. when that young kid turned to mr. kildee and said, i'm afraid i won't be smart enough, now, i my question to you, to myself, to my colleagues here in the house of representatives and across the way in the be smart will we nough to protect our children?
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i think we must be smart enough to do that. mr. tonko: when it comes to smart, too, incorporating this work with the agencies, the appropriate agencies, e.p.a., d.e.c. in my home state of new rk, there's a situation very close to my district that is going through a similar contaminated water situation, critical to their quality of life and their public health. we need to advance that partnership, that soundness of checks and balances that will make certain that every bit of the way it's based on responsibility and professionalism and good faith efforts. mr. garamendi: i was just thinking about your community that you mentioned, albany and the like. i represent the university of california-david. davis, california. i think they've got maybe 12
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wells that provide most of the water. about half of those wells are contaminated. now they're building a new water system. it should go online in the next few months, maybe a year. maybe sooner. they're investing and perhaps they've got some of this money from the state revolving fund, but it is an example of the community that wrestled with this for about a decade and they turned out to be smart enough to address it. and they did it with their neighboring community and a new water system is going into place. and they will have safe drinking water. there are other communities spread throughout california that don't have the same opportunity. it's our task, it's our task to address this. i think we're smart enough to do so. i think there's enough money in the system to do it.
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and i think it must be about time to say thank you. would you like to do a quick 15-second wrap? the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. mr. tonko: i thank the speaker for the opportunity to share thoughts on the floor here this evening and, you know, infrastructure, let's get it done. let's provide america one of our core basic needs. with that thank you. mr. garamendi: thank you, mr. tonko. i yield back. does the gentleman have a motion? mr. garamendi: i don't know. maybe we can go on a little longer. the speaker pro tempore: the question is on the motion to adjourn. those in favor say aye. those opposed, no. the ayes have it. the motion is adopted. accordingly, the house stands adjourned until 10:00
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>> we pick up live coverage of the new hampshire primary where donald trump and bernie sanders are the projected winners. >> iowa did not necessarily translate here tonight. i spoke to someone a few minutes ago, and they are looking at the returns with 10% of the vote being in, they are not hanging their hats on this number yet. they think the night is young and able watch these returns. certainly, as marco rubio was hoping this could put him in that second or third possession,
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he is in this for the long haul. he has talked about this on the trail. he knows he has been hammered by chris christie for what chris christie has called lack of experience the custody is a freshman senator. on the other hand, he talks about this as being a positive and someone who can unify the republican party and conservative movement. of the interesting things he talked about on the road was how deep his republican reach heirs. he was talking to employees there, and he said, if you make it, google you have is a running made? who willt go there, -- you have is a running mates? there, and he turned to the tables and said how many young democrats do you 40%promising people in the or 50% range? not any.
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he sees himself and here for the long haul. no matter what happens do not, there is a lot of speculation that this debate may have created issues for him. actuallys his campaign raised more money during the debate then they had at any other debate in this cycle. we are here for the long-haul waiting to see what happens. at thegoing to check in ted cruz campaign headquarters. shelley. >> thank you very much, jennifer. just like the christie campaign and the rubio campaign, the ted cruz campaign says they are in this for the long haul. they came into new hampshire knowing it would be a uphill battle, even though he was the winner of the iowa caucuses. his base is not in new hampshire. he won the iowa caucuses based on the strong support of evangelicals. there is not a strong evangelical base in new
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hampshire. he was counting on the votes of libertarians and reagan democrats in new hampshire. he is hoping he will be in fifth place, and someone on the campaign told me that that is a strong showing because they were not sure how well they would be doing here considering that their core constituency was not here. isas also told ted cruz planning on getting on a plane possibly tonight to go to south carolina. he is hoping for a better showing their indie bible belt where is true constituents may be. that is the scene from here. we are hoping that ted cruz will show up soon to speak to his supporters here. standby. if he comes in, we will bring him to you. breaking news that there could be a traffic jam out of manchester airport. this is due to planes taking off to south carolina tonight. more to come.
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has been saved, the real contest is second and third place on the republican side with john kasich on the second place slot and a jeb bush in third place. governor bush is in manchester and john kasich is in concorde. politicalveteran analyst in nevada. state we are coming to a that is a newcomer. as adam has only been an early nevada has 2008 -- only been in early state since 2008. reid went and assured the dnc that nevada was more representative of the country and would be a good early state, gateway to the west, early state
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member. that is how we got that, and the republicans copied what the democrats had done. the politics of nevada are much different than iowa or new hampshire. first hispanic governor who is a republican. there are many hispanics in the legislature. the hispanic population is growing in the last decade. now more than 25% of the population is hispanic. there is a completely different dynamic than the other two states. there are two urban areas, las vegas and reno and the 16 counties separating them that are very rural and conservative. >> i want to share with you a tweet based on the exit poll results, 46% of gop voters say they feel the trade by republican -- e*trade by
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--betrayed by republicans. jennifer: getting a look at where the democrats are standing now. bernie sanders is the declared winner in the state at 56% to hillary clinton at 42%. tom: on the republican side, donald trump is confirmed as the winner. the story tonight on the republican side is the story of who comes in second, third, fourth, fifth. john kasich is holding the second-place spot followed closely by jeb bush and ted cruz , and the down on the lower field behind ted cruz, we have a look at the rest of that race with marco rubio, not far behind and chris christie not very far behind. they are very close to one another and then carly fiorina and ben carson following after that. we want to go to andy smith.
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what do you think so far of these numbers on the screen? mostly the city of manchester, how are they performing? >> let's talk about the democratic side because we can cover this quickly. hillary clinton to win new hampshire, she needed to win manchester by 55% of the vote. for her to keep things in single digits, she needed to get a 50% minimum and manchester. she is well under that right now, and we still do not have all of the boards in. a strong position at all. that tells the story looking at manchester. on the republican side, things are very interesting because what we are seeing in some of the early numbers is donald trump doing especially strong in the more blue-collar towns across the state. john kasich is doing well in concord and the upscale towns. you see him and rubio doing a little bit better there.
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that is not surprising. the overall thing, the numbers are not too much different than the pre-election polls we have seen. that an interesting race we saw over the last week, instead of getting much of a bounce out of iowa, this is largely flat. jennifer: there were signs that you were looking at that were pointing to this race, holding. thing that i was looking at on the democratic side was turnout. we were seen among first-time primary voters and young people, those least likely to show up, if they showed up, bernie sanders'margins could get quite big. the numbers do not include any of the college towns. i have heard in formally there is record turnout in durham. king has very high turnout as well, and these should be very good to bernie sanders. i think we can expect to see that lead increasing as the night goes on. tom: let's talk about the
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senators and governors on the republican side. what needs to happen now? if donald trump continues to go to the south, he could walk away with this thing at 30% or so. >> i think the republican party are really helping that one of these candidates can plausibly claim that they are the number two person. i put ted cruz off to the side because he has his own block of supporters he will have in the south regardless of what he does here. they are going to hope that john kasich or rubio or jeb bush bubble up so they can claim they are plausibly the establishment candidate. hopefully, they will try to push some of the others out, so that the vote is not divided as you go into other states like nevada. jennifer: jeb bush plans to be in south carolina early tomorrow. he said, no matter what happened
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in new hampshire, he was going to move on. you must look at this now, and at least if you are his campaign and say, we pulled out a third place in new hampshire, that is pretty good. >> i agree. he has the resources and money is what causes candidates to drop out. remember, his brother did quite well in florida. -- excuse me, south carolina. that is the state that stopped john mccain back in 2000. i imagine that some of the residents of the bush campaign in 2000 are still there in 2016. it is going to be a long time between the states, they do change somewhat, but i think south carolina could be a place where plus, if he goes forward could surprise people. tom: there is no sign that chris christie, worker rubio or john kasich are really ready to drop out? >> no, they are going to wait to see what the results are tonight. they are going to reassess where
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the resources are and see what money they have left to see if they can go on. i am sure they will all get some conference calls from party elders and they will have some discussion about what is the best strategy of the candidate and the party itself. it is a day of reckoning and regrouping. tom: there will be very interesting conferences tomorrow. we are going to take a quick break but we are coming back with continuous coverage. stay with us tonight. >> since 1992, we have been simulcasting wmur on election night. thank you for letting a shared and national audience in new hampshire. if you are just listening and, a lot has happened with bernie sanders winning on the democratic side and donald trump winning the republican primary. at headquarters, including hillary clinton's headquarters and bernie sander'' headquarters and comport.
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the candidates are heading south, and we have what to expect beginning tomorrow. >> with an eye on the democrats and what they will be doing after new hampshire is a key on how close they will try to tie themselves to president obama who did very well here back in 2008. i think that gives hillary clinton the advantage. andie sanders is coming tried to talk to the suburban-liberalism that just does not exist here, which gives a huge advantage to hillary clinton. the african-american vote will go to hillary clinton. that is the key democratic group bernie sanders needs to win. he has gotten a couple of lower-level, new or members of the black caucus. hillary seems to be doing so much better with the older, established female democratic crowd.
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it is really the backbone of the turnout in three weeks. >> a newspaper pointing out that hillary clinton has conceded the race and is hiring additional members to reach out to the african-american community. if rubio finishes and forth or lower, raising money is going to get tougher. we will continue our live coverage of wmur next in new hampshire. jennifer: it is primary night in new hampshire. oh back, everyone. we are getting a look at the numbers as they stand now on the democratic side. bernie sanders has been declared the winner of the new hampshire primary with 56% over challenger hillary clinton coming in with 42%. at this time we are at 13% of precincts reporting. tom: on the republican side, a date night for donald trump who has been declared the winner. strong showing
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of governor john kasich in second place so far. right behind him, florida governor jeb bush and the winner of the iowa caucuses, ted cruz. rubior behind them, marco and chris christie. we do have a very close race, and we will watch these votes being counted tonight and where they finish in the hacking or is very important to these campaigns as they move for. jennifer: let's take you to manchester and check-in at the jeb bush campaign headquarters. >> good evening. we are here at manchester community college with the jeb bush campaign. you can see behind me, a few people are here still. there is pretty much zero energy here right now. that is a little bit hard to understand. we are seeing the florida governor is checking in with
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somewhere around third place, still within striking distance of second place, may be close to being tied for third with some of these other candidates, but then hemuch better could have ever conceived of doing say six or eight weeks ago. startd he did get a late in new hampshire, he did not want to fuel speculation that he was going to run, so he did not show up to very often in the early stages, but when he came up here, he was all in. why they may be disappointed with the third-place showing is unclear. perhaps, because he has been going so aggressively after donald trump and donald trump appears to be having a dig lead -- big lead with a decisive victory. so far, he has been the one , hey, you aresays
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looking at the guy going after donald trump and maybe now wondering if that is the strategy that will work. --says you is moving forward he says he is moving forward, and wherever he finishes, he is going on. he says he does have a campaign stop tomorrow morning in south carolina. we are live in manchester. jennifer: thank you. he really needed a big showing tonight, and he may have gotten that. let's check in at the john kasich headquarters. we have joshua kelvin. >> yes, it is a battle for second and it looks like john kasich may be pulling it off. who knows. he has put off a huge effort in new hampshire. kasich is hour, john a candidate that is totally at peace. he knows what he has done here in new hampshire, has done everything he possibly can do.
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he just had a little dinner and he is with his wife and his campaign staffers. is with him as well. he is watching as the results come in. unlike a lot of other candidates in this race, he has been a guy that has stopped to smell the roses every once in a while. said, i amatedly having a good time with this. no matter what happens, i can say it has been a good experience. is very positive and has been staying out of the attacks. right now, he is hoping this will payoff and is headed to south carolina with the wind at his back. themat does this mean for and where they stand right now and where john kasich is? christie in marco rubio want to to finish and second place. go on to south
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carolina, well-funded. he has support down there as well, but chris christie, this has to be baffling for a lot of people. he has strong supporters out here, and he has continued to drop in the polls for no apparent reason in the last few months. people say, i do not understand this. why can you not pick up traction? people were captivated by his speech and had a great debate the other night, and yet he cannot seem to get out of the mud. there are still a lot of votes left to be counted, but if the polls are correct, his campaign is in a lot of trouble. he needed new hampshire. he, like john kasich spent a lot of time here. he did spend a lot of time in iowa as well. he certainly needed to do well here, and this could be the game and for chris christie. >> this could be a celebration
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for the governor john kasich. about himu think going to south carolina and going up against jeb bush, it will be a fight between those two. i was wrong when it came to donald trump. a lot of people were thinking, he probably has a ceiling of 25%. right now, he has exceeded expectation. >> definitely. a good time at the john kasich campaign. thank you very much. we will send it back to you and the studio. tom: thank you very much. carly fiorina is at her headquarters and she is coming to a run to greet supporters. she is right now around 4% of the vote. numbersaccording to our right now, 13% in. she has run a very vigorous and was outspoken about
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her not being included in the last debate. as promised, she will go on. jennifer: she has the infrastructure, according to her and has the money to move this campaign forward. she says she has been invigorated by the response in new hampshire, after coming into the state as a complete unknown. she had good turnouts in the town halls with her supporters. she said this election is about the integrity of the country. someoneot necessarily who is brand-new to politics. she has been involved to john mccain as an advisor, but she says it is her business experience, the former ceo of hewlett-packard that made her ready to lead on the world stage. she said that built her management skills and is ready to lead washington on day one. received an endorsement
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from a well-known political agure in new hampshire, former gubernatorial candidate, recently. carly has shown throughout the course of this campaign, that her supporters are dedicated to her campaign. she says she is the only one that could have a true one-on-one debate with hillary clinton. jennifer: our cameras are watching her make her way up to the states. we will get into the audio as soon as she gets to the podium. a lot of folks are beginning to pay attention to carly fiorina during the setting of the debate. she is a ferocious debater as you mentioned. was one ofes, that the objectives, to get her on the stage with hillary clinton. to payf people begin attention because she knows her stuff, has been well advised and well traveled, and with the task of being a manager she certainly picked up support after turning
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in very good debate performances, that as you said, she was concerned since not appearing on last saturday's debate stage hurting her chances here. tom: she did well on the fox news channel debate. it elevated her to the main stage, and then she did well there as well. her numbers sparked significantly for a short time, and then began to pull off as other candidates performed well. she has pledged to move on. she is with her supporters live at polling places today. only people holding placards were carly fiorina supporters today, from my view. of has a dedicated level support that may do better in south carolina. jennifer: let's go to our life reporter as we see carly fiorina make her way up to the stage. stephanie? projectinghat cnn is the winner of the new hampshire republican primary to be donald
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trump, but you really cannot tell it to this group here in manchester. very upbeat. everyone is very excited to see the candidate, carly fiorina. she is making her way through the crowd right now, shaking hands with a lot of people. a lot of people are excited to see her, even though as of now, the projections are showing she is coming in seventh in the new hampshire primary, which is the same as our disappointing finish in the iowa caucus. people who wonder whether or not we could be hearing a concession speech tonight, we really have gotten no word from her campaign. everything we have been hearing from the campaign so far has suggested that she is on the ballot in 26 states. --eavy funding, willpower they have the funding, willpower and they will stay this in the -- for the long haul. on the run her campaign fact that she has some experience as a ceo for hewlett-packard.
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this kind of financial expertise and political outsider nests quality -- outsider quality is what would make her an outstanding commander in chief. that is what we are hearing from a lot of her supporters and manchester. they like the fact that she is an outsider, that she is not a washington insider, that she has new, fresh ideas. there seems to be a lot of sentiment that it does not matter where she places, of course, that does matter when it comes to delegates, but a strong showing is more about ambition and more about sentiment and it is about actual votes and delegates. again, what we are seeing right now, cnn is projecting that donald trump is the winner of the republican primary in new hampshire, and right now, preliminary results are showing carly fiorina coming in seventh place. of course, we only have a limited number of precincts, a minority and that of precincts
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reporting right now, so time will toil -- tell if that is the case right now. it looks like she is shaking hands with her supporters before taking to the stage. we will have to see what this is , if she will talk about the campaign that comes, or if she is getting out for now. .ive in manchester youifer: we will go back to if we hear carly fiorina is making a speech of some sort. let's check into chris christie headquarters tonight. at there here in nashua chris christie campaign headquarters. as you can see behind me, people have been trickling in all night, and they are waiting to hear from governor christie. we do not know at this time, what we will be hearing from him. governor christie wanted a win in new hampshire. he had a busy day on the campaign trail trying to make that happen. he met with voters in bedford, manchester, salem.
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he wanted to reach out to the undecided voters today, but also to say thankful for everyone who worked hard during his campaign. chris christie had a defining moment, and we keep talking about this from saturday night, when he attacked senator marco rubio, saying he is unfit to lead. chris christie said that change the republican race but it was not enough for him to win in new hampshire. as he has been saying all week, he is heading to south carolina. with the results coming in so far, will he had there? we are still waiting for chris christie to get here to speak with his supporters. we will be here all night long to bring it to you live in this does happen. reporting live in nashua, wmur news. chris christie receive the endorsement of the union newspaper and the backing of people in the state. he, i am sure, will be looking at these numbers up to the last county, because the margin
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between the second, third and fourth place finishers are miniscule. we will see hell it really ends up at the end of the night. jennifer: we always talk politically as we look at where things are standing right now with 60% of precincts reporting. chris christie is not finishing anywhere where he wanted to tonight. alllways talk about putting of your exit and one basket, and chris christie wanted to make you stand in new hampshire. this is not where he wanted to be. with that said, you have to ask at this point, does he have the infrastructure and the organization to continue out of the state and down into south carolina? that remains to be seen. mcdonald was is paid director. all on hismayor side, so he had a significant amount of support in this state, and he said new hampshire owes him nothing, that he has enjoyed
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every single second that he has campaigned in the state, played the political game the way new hampshire expects it to be played, had tons of town hall meetings, so he will be watching for the final numbers right down to the end tonight. jennifer: we are going to take a quick break and we will be right back. and manchester, new hampshire. it only costs $1000 to get on the ballot. about 17% of the results are coming in. we are across the state of new hampshire at the hand -- campaign headquarters. let's take a look inside the clinton headquarters, a 10 minute drive from manchester. bernie sanders'campaign is in concorde. donald trump's is back in manchester as supporters continue to gather, declaring victory in manchester, new hampshire for the businessman billionaire.
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governor john kasich is an concorde as well with a second-place finish if the numbers continue to hold. he has about 16% of the vote compared to donald trump at 34%. jeb bush is in third place and there is still a good amount of votes to be counted. ted cruz is heading to south carolina tomorrow. governor chris christie, who had more than 100 town meetings is in nashua, new hampshire. as you heard from wmur, carly fiorina is working the room in manchester, new hampshire, cutting in seventh. we will have coverage of all of the speeches and talk about what his next following the first of the nation primary. this is the headline from the boston herald as donald trump and bernie sanders when with
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results coming in across the state. you can keep track of all 10 counties on our website at c-span.org. we are going to rejoin wmur tv and manchester. -- in manchester. jennifer: welcome back, everyone to our commitment 2016 new hampshire coverage. we are getting a look at the board on the democratic side. bernie sanders is confirmed the winner of the democratic primary. is with 17% of precincts reporting. he is at 57% with hillary clinton at 41%. the gap beginning to rise just a bit. on the republican side, donald trump is declared the winner. he sat -- behind him comes john kasich, and then ted cruz and jeb bush. and take ajump out
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look at the ted cruz headquarters. marco rubio and chris christie following the top three right there. is the mood there tonight in hollis, new hampshire? >> a few minutes ago, there was a huge cheer that corrected from the crowd. out battle in all for second place, and one of the networks put ted cruz in second place. again, these numbers have been flip-flopping back and forth, but a lot of people are excited and optimistic about the strong they feel ted cruz is showing this evening. i want to bring in all but smith again and what is the feeling right now? >> you know, these numbers change. we started with just a few percentage points, and now we are getting out there at 15%. as these returns come in and the smaller communities comment, a s and conservative
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areas, we will continue to fight. said, we are on the field and put everything out there. we had the greatest grassroots .eam i have ever seen we have the most energetic people. ted cruz worked his heart out. what the voters make his decision. iran hearings hearing some sounds back here that i like. some sounds back here that i like. >> a lot of optimism here at ted cruz's headquarters. he is showing it very strongly in this new hampshire primary. andon the iowa caucuses rode his victory on the backs of evangelicals there. the evangelical constituency is not a strong one in new hampshire. senator cruz has been counting on reagan democrats, him in news to carry hampshire, and he is certainly having a strong showing here.
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people are hoping, when the numbers are out, it will put ted cruz in second place, but that still has to be seen. i am told he is expected to show up. again, a lot of optimism here at ted cruz headquarters in hollis. tom: quite a story if you were to finish second in new hampshire after finishing first in iowa. that would narrow it down to a donald trump-ted cruz race. we are looking at live pictures outside of hillary clinton's headquarters at southern new hampshire university. we do not have a hard time for when she should be appearing. as you can see with these live pictures, the crowd is building some momentum and ready to hear from the clinton. we will be going to her remarks live as soon as they happen. not the night hillary clinton had hope for, and not the night she had experienced back in 2008
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when new hampshire had been so good to her and she had come from behind to beat the surging barack obama who had just won the iowa caucus and then coming into new hampshire with that lead. she was able to evaporate the lead and make a real stand here in new hampshire. it was not the same kind of landscape for her this time around. we will hopefully hear from her in the very near future. tom: we want to bring in josh mcalpine who is here to talk about the clinton campaign. they expected this from the beginning, but the question is how large the margin might be? you say they expected it from the beginning, i do not know if they expected this to occur. when hillary clinton announced her campaign very slowly, she wanted to go on a listening tour, not making mistakes early lose."play "not to
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that philosophy and strategy has been turned by bernie sanders mania. this was a tough thing to try to match up. on the republican side, no one would expect donald trump to emerge, so it was more reactive for clinton rather than proactive, being in a position , and the front runner suddenly she found yourself in a battle with bernie sanders, and we do have to credit the campaign are not giving up in new hampshire. what, that state is gone, fight it out in iowa, we won that and we will win south carolina. there is nothing to be gained by new hampshire, but she came here anyway, perhaps out of loyalty and the fact that she won back in 2008. she does have a lot of friends.
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she has jeanne shaheen and maggie hassan as supporters. comes with the title wave of antiestablishment supporters out there including bernie sanders. jennifer: let me ask you this. with bernie sanders with a narrow loss to clinton in iowa and now a resounding victory in new hampshire over clinton, does that now solidify him as a major player moving forward, and is clinton's campaign adjust for that in south carolina moving forward? , i think from what we understand, hillary clinton will be going back to new york, but when that happens we do not know, to re-examine her campaign structure and changes to be made.
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what those changes are, from the highest levels or the state level ground game, we do not know yet. certainly, this is a work in progress. they are adjusting to a game plan and did not think they would have to deal with. not making any mistakes and giving the republican nominee any fuel to go after us in the primary process, but now it is about surviving bernie sanders. ♪ be total andd complete panic for clinton supporters around the country. no doubt about it, this is still a concern. that may have been a good indication of what we saw a couple weeks ago when bernie sanders had a meeting with president barack obama.
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landless, that meeting was about, love, you have a chance to pull this off. he is definitely the underdog, but this is what the democratic already stands for and here is what is at stake, and you are a major player now. we will see what happens in when he isina identified as a real challenge and threat to hillary clinton. back to you shortly, josh. we do want to take a look at the country club right now. that is where carly fiorina has been meeting with her supporters tonight. she is expected to come to the podium now, and her campaign chairperson, former gubernatorial candidate has been sticking with her all the way through and he is getting ready to announce her. fiorina spending a great deal of time in new hampshire, thanking all of the
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supporters who are giving her a shot at this. she is taking the stage, so let's listen and hear. c-span tonight with coverage of the new hampshire primary. we want to take you to carly fiorina as she addresses her supporters in manchester, new hampshire. [applause] ♪ carly: thank you everybody. thank you so much. frank and i, we have to tell you the truth, we have fallen in love with new hampshire. [applause] ms. fiorina: let me begin, if i may by thinking our state , betty, and cochairman
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as is frequently the case, she has figured it out first. thank you, both of you for all you have done. >[applause] fiorina: as frank and i have walked through the room tonight, it is so wonderful to recognize everybody here. you have all become friends. i said, we have fallen in love with new hampshire and it is really true. you all have become friends and supporters. how many of you have come up to both of us in the course of this last year and said, keep going, keep going? you really have given us the energy to keep going. you are giving us wind at our back tonight. we have a long way to go, knowing how things are going to finish up, but you have given us encouragement. as i said too many of you, we are going to keep going.
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[applause] ("carly!") carly fiorina: it was new hampshire that first got me thinking about running for president. said we mustheon think of ourselves as a nation of limitless possibility. we can't settle for less. we can do so much better. our lack of leadership today. we must remember who we are. restore a citizen government once again to this great nation. i am convinced this is my highest calling as a leader.
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you've given me the energy and the determination to continue this fight. as we traveled and fell in love with new hampshire since we , everywhere we went you were so welcoming and warm. intense. intent on hearing what i had to say. for that i am forever grateful. what is at stake here. the passion and the energy in the determination the you have shown to lift this campaign up. from where nobody had ever heard of us to even when they try to shut us out everybody knows we're talking.
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you have done that. i am not going to sit down and be quiet and neither are you. [applause] i am not going to settle for the way things are and neither are you. i am not going to accept a system that no longer works for us and neither are you. our fight is just beginning. frank and i will carry you in
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our hearts for the rest of this journey. it will not be the last time you hear me say this will be the first of many times i will say , and with me, fight with me vote for me. citizens, it is time to take our country back. .od bless you all [applause] [applause]
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>> now we will take you tuesday hillary clinton who was addressing her supporters. clinton: thank you so much. [applause] thank you my friends. ("hillary!") much.you very i don't what he would've done if we actually won. i want to begin by congratulating senator sanders on his victory tonight.
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want to thank each and everyone of you. i still love new hampshire and i always will. [applause] here's what we are going to do. to thetake this campaign entire country. we are going to fight for every vote in every state. for realing to fight solutions that make a real difference in people's lives. ien i started this campaign, knew we were facing profound challenges. the way too many things were going just wasn't right. it is in right. the kids i met in flint on sunday were poisoned because the governor wanted to save money. a grandmother here in new hampshire shouldn't have to choose between paying rent and buying medicine because of
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prescription drug company increased the price 4000%. isisn't right to the cashier paid less than her son for doing the same work even though she is been on the job for many more years. people have a right to be angry. they are also hungry for solutions. what are we going to do? [applause] that is the fights we are taking to the country. what is the best way to change people's lives so we can all grow together? who is the best change maker? "you are!") clinton: i will work
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harder than anyone to make the changes that will make your lives better. i both wanters and to get secret unaccountable money out of politics. united was the worst supreme court decision in our country's history. it was actually a case about a right-wing attack on me and my campaign. meorganization took aim at and ended up damaging our entire democracy. you are not going to find anybody more committed to aggressive campaign finance reform than me. [applause] we also agree that wall street can never be allowed to once again threatened main street.
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i know how to do it. [applause] you no bank should too big to fail has no jail,ive to powerful to you know i believe it. build a growth and fairness economy. higher wages, good paying jobs. toold national mission create millions of jobs in clean energy, manufacturing and infrastructure. need to unleash the innovation of our small businesses. make it easier for parents to balance work and family.
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crack down on corporations that game the system. stop other countries from taking advantage of us. but even all that is not enough. we have to break through the barriers of bigotry. african-american parents should not have to worry that their children will be harassed and colorhot is of the of their skin. [applause] immigrant families shouldn't have to lie awake at night worrying about a knock on the door. [applause] s delivers something along overdue, equal pay for women. [applause] here is how i see it. has to do all parts
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of the job for all americans. to make sure nothing holds you back. discrimination not a deck that is only stacked for those at the top. that has been the cause and the work of my life. faith taught me a simple credo. do all the good you can in all the ways you can for all the people you can. that is what called me to a life of service. millions of teachers and nurses and police officers and firefighters and members of our armed services. the heroic work for all the rest of us. anywhere in our country go to bed hungry or are , that a quality education
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diminishes all of us. that is when i started my career at the children's defense fund. i went undercover in alabama to fight racism in the schools. that is why i went to flint michigan on sunday. [applause] when people anywhere in america are held back by injustice, that demands action. strongly that we have to keep up with every fiber of our being the argument for campaigns for human rights. rights,rights, gay workers rights. voting rights.
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human rights across the board for every single american. [applause] i am, that is what i've always done, that is why i am in this race. i know i have some work to do particularly with young people but i will say again what i said this week. even if they are not supporting me now i support them. [applause] know i have led a blessed life but i also know what it is like to stumble and fall. sony people in america know that feeling. knockedt what you get down that matters, it is whether you get back up. [applause] please, join me in building on the progress of
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president obama pushing forward every single day. to break down those barriers that hold us back. we have got to believe in the basic proposition of our country. all americans have a chance to succeed. everybody has the opportunity to live up to our god-given potential. [applause] let me thank all of you. i'm very grateful to my wonderful family knowing they are by my side. he keeps me going every day. to the thousands of volunteers and organizers who called neighbors and knocked on doors in the new hampshire snow. to everyone who went to hillary com.ton.
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the vast majority giving less than a hundred dollars. deny are those who want to the passion and the purpose you show every day for this campaign. you are the reason we are here and you are the reason we are andg to win the nomination then win the election together. thank you so much. [applause] [applause]
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("fight song" by rachel platten plays) >> hillary clinton with her supporters. conceding her loss in the new
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hampshire primary. she is about nine points behind bernie sanders. she is moving onto the next phase of the campaign. we understand that governor is coming out. all the polls have him at number two behind donald trump. he essentially bypassed iowa for new hampshire.
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>> how about this? in washington talks the potus.nt is known as >> right now bernie sanders is addressing his supporters. [applause] sanders: thank you. thank you new hampshire. [applause] shortly after the polls closed secretary clinton called me and was very gracious in her congratulations. i think her for her call and i congratulate her and her supporters.
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very good campaign they ran in new hampshire. [applause] opportunity tos thank the many many thousands of volunteers here in the granite tirelessly.rked so our volunteers worked night and day. made phone calls and knocked on doors. we won because of your energy. [applause] i want to thank julia barnes and our great campaign staff. [applause] together we have sent a message
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that will echo from wall street to washington, from maine to california. [applause] is that the government of our great country belongs to all of the people and not just a handful of wealthy campaign contributors and their super pac's. [applause] [applause] ago we began our wepaign here new hampshire had no campaign organization. we had no money. on the mostng powerful political organization
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in the united states of america. [applause] with what appears to be , record-breaking voter turnout [applause] a usage voter turnout. .e won we harnessed to the energy and the excitement that the democratic party will need to succeed in november. [applause] sen. sanders: what happened here in new hampshire in terms of an
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enthusiastic electorate, people who came out in large numbers, that is what will happen all over this country. [applause] sen. sanders: and let us never forget, democrats and progressives win when voter turnout is high. [applause] sen. sanders: republicans win when people are demoralized and voter turnout is low. notice to therve political and economic establishment of this country, that the american people will not continue to accept a corrupt campaign finance system that is undermining american democracy,
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and we will not accept a rigged economy. in which ordinary americans work longer hours for lower wages while almost all new income and wealth goes to the top 1%. [applause] sen. sanders: i want to take this opportunity again congratulate secretary clinton and her organization and supporters for waging a vigorous campaign. i hope that in the days ahead, we can continue to wage a strong, issue-oriented campaign, and bring new people into the political process. [applause] but i also hope
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that we all remember, and this is a message not just to our opponents, but to those who support me as well, that we will need to come together in a few months and unite this party, and this nation, because the right wing republicans we oppose must not be allowed to gain the presidency. [applause] as we all remember, the last time republicans occupied the white house, there trickle-down economic policies drove us into the worst economic downturn since the depression of the 1930's. no, we will not allow huge tax breaks for billionaires.
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[applause] sen. sanders: we will not allow ,uge cuts to social security medicare, medicaid, and education. [applause] sen. sanders: no, we will not allow back into the white house a political party which is so beholden to the fossil fuel industry that they cannot even acknowledge the scientific reality of climate change. [applause] sen. sanders: the people of the hampshire have sent a profound message to the political establishment, to the economic establishment, and by the way, to the media establishment.
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[applause] [crowd chanting] sen. sanders: what the people givenave said is that, the enormous crises facing our country, it is just too late for the same old, same old, establishment politics and establishment economics. the people want real change. what the american people are saying -- by the way, i hear this not just from progressives,
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but from conservatives and moderates. we can no longer continue to have a campaign finance system in which wall street and the billionaire class are able to buy elections. [applause] sen. sanders: americans, no matter what their political view may be, understand that that is not what democracy is about. that is what oligarchy is about. [applause] sen. sanders: and we will not allow that to continue. have a super pac, and i do not want a super pac.
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[applause] i am overwhelmed and i am deeply moved, far more than i can express in words, by the fact 's financialpaign support comes from more than one million americans who have made 3.7 million. individual contributions. that is more individual contributions than any candidate in the history of the united states until this point in an election. [applause] and do you know what that average contribution
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was? $27. [applause] i am going to new ,ork city tonight and tomorrow but i'm not going to new york city to hold a fundraiser on wall street. [applause] instead, i'm going to hold a fundraiser right here, right now, across america. please go to be rniesanders.com and contribute. [applause] please help us raise the funds we need, whether
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it's $10 or $20 or $50. help us raise the money we need to take the fight to nevada, statesarolina, and the on super tuesday. there it is. that's our fundraiser. pretty quick. now, what the american people understand, is that our great country was based on a simple principle, and that principle is fairness. let me be very clear. more not fair when we have income and wealth inequality today than almost any major country on earth, and when the owns almost1% now
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as much wealth as the bottom 90%. that is not fair. there, when the 20 wealthiest people in this country now own more wealth than the bottom half of the american people. so are you guys ready for a radical idea? [applause] together, we are going to create an economy that works for all of us, not just the 1%. [applause] sen. sanders: and when millions of our people are working for starvation wages, we are going to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour. and we are going to bring a
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equity for women. equity for women. [applause] sen. sanders: and when we need the best educated workforce in the world, yes, we are going to make public colleges and universities tuition-free. [applause] and for the: millions of americans struggling with horrendous levels of student debt, we are going to substantially ease that burden. [applause] sen. sanders: in america, people should not be financially distressed for decades for the crime, the crime of trying to get a higher education. that is absurd. [applause] well, my critics
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say, bernie, that's a great idea. you are into all this free stuff. how are you going to pay for it? i will tell you how we are going to pay for it. we are going to impose a tax on wall street speculation. [applause] sen. sanders: the agreed, the recklessness, and the illegal behavior of wall street drove our economy to its knees. the american people bailed out wall street. now, it's wall street's time to help the middle class. and when we talk about transforming america, it means ending the disgrace of this country having more people in
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jail than any other country in the world, disproportionately african-american and latino. [applause] sen. sanders: not only are we going to write to end astitutional racism and broken criminal justice system -- [applause] sen. sanders: we are going to provide jobs and education for our young people, not jails and incarceration. [applause] and let me say that as a member of the energy committee in the senate and the environmental committee, the debate is over. climate change is real. [applause] sen. sanders: it is caused by
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human activity and it is already causing devastating problems in this country and around the world. we have a moral responsibility to work with countries throughout the world, to transfer on our energy system away from fossil fuels, to energy efficiency and sustainable energy. [applause] now, i have been criticized during this campaign for many many things. every single day. that's ok. that's all right. they are throwing everything at me accept the kitchen sink, and i have the feeling that kitchen sink is coming pretty soon as well.
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but what our campaign is about is thinking big, not small. it's about having the courage to reject the status quo. [applause] it's about saying that at a time when every major country on earth guarantees health care to all of their people, we should be doing the same in our great country. [applause] in my view, under president obama's leadership, the affordable care act has been an important step forward, no question about it. but we can and must do better. [applause] 29 millions: americans should not remain
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uninsured. n even greater number should not be underinsured, with large deductibles and copayments. we should not be paying by far the highest prices in the world for prescription drugs at a time -- listen to this -- when the top three drug companies in this country made $45 billion in profits last year. [boos] sen. sanders: that is an obscenity. let me tell you something. when we make it to the white house -- [applause] sen. sanders: when we make it to the white house, the pharmaceutical industry will not continue to rip off the american
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people. [applause] and further, it makes no sense that as a nation, we continue to spend far more per capita than the people of any other nation, all of whom guarantee health care to all of their people. and that is why i believe in a medicare for all, single-payer program. [applause] sen. sanders: which will not only guarantee health care for all, but will save the average middle-class family thousands of dollars a year in health care costs. [applause] friends, we all know that we live in a dangerous and complex world. as president, i will defend this nation, but i will do it
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responsibly. against the war in iraq. [applause] sen. sanders: and that was the right vote. [applause] sen. sanders: while we must be relentless in combating terrorists would do us harm, we should not be the policeman of the world. nor should we they are the burden of fighting terrorism alone. in the middle east, the united states must be part of an international coalition, sustained by nations in the region, that have the means to protect themselves. together, we must and will destroy isis. but we should do it in a way
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that does not put our young men and women in the military into perpetual warfare in the quagmire of the middle east. [applause] sen. sanders: my friends, we must fix our broken immigration system that divides families and create a path toward citizenship for hard-working people are living in the shadows. [applause] sen. sanders: we must strengthen and expand social security, and increase the benefits that seniors and disabled vets receive, so that people can live in dignity in their retirement. [applause] must rebuild we our crumbling infrastructure,
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and when we do that, we create millions of decent paying jobs. [applause] sen. sanders: we must pursue the fight for women's rights, for gay rights, for disability rights. [applause] we must, against stronger and stronger opposition, protect the right of a woman to control her own body. [applause] sen. sanders: and we must protect the men and women who serve our nation in unit of warm -- in uniform, and protect our veterans who put their lives on the line to defend us. [applause] friends, we: my
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must tell the billionaire class and the 1% that they cannot have massivet a time of wealth and income inequality. the wealthiest people and largest corporations in this country will start paying their fair share of taxes. [applause] sen. sanders: my friends, i am the son of a polish immigrant who came to this country speaking no english and having no money. my father worked every day of his life and he never made a whole lot. my mom and dad, and brother and 3.5-roomp in a small rent-controlled apartment in brooklyn, new york.
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my mother, who died at a young age, always dreamed of moving out of that apartment, getting a home of her own, but she never realized that dream. the truth is that neither one of my parents could ever have dreamed that i would be here tonight, standing before you as a candidate for president of the united states. [applause] [crowd chanting] sen. sanders: this is the promise of america, and this is the promise we must keep alive for future generations. iowa,egan last week in
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what voters in new hampshire confirmed tonight, is nothing short of the beginning of a political revolution. [applause] sen. sanders: it is -- it is a political revolution that will bring tens of millions of our people together. it will bring together working people who have given up on the political process. it will bring together young people who have never participated in the political process. it will bring together blacks and, latinos, asian americans, native americans -- [applause] sen. sanders: straight and gay, male and female, people who were
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born in america, and people who immigrated here. [applause] all comeers: we will together to say loudly and clearly that the government of our great nation belongs to all wealthyot just a few campaign contributors. [applause] what thisrs: that is campaign is about. that is what the political revolution is about. so, new hampshire, thank you again. now, it's on -- [applause] [crowd chanting] sen. sanders: thank you, new hampshire.
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nevada, southo carolina, and beyond. [applause] ♪ >> bernie sanders in new hampshire. his lead over hillary clinton was 47% of the polls reporting in at this point, at 21 points. we take you now to bush headquarters. he is speaking to his supporters. he is now fourth-place and neck and neckr an
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with ted cruz. mr. bush: along the way, i did a lot of listening and learning. something i think is important in public leadership. i learned from missy neck with ted cruz. cruz, a leader in the recovery movement in new hampshire, which has to spread all across this country. we have an epidemic of addiction in the united states. what i learned is we can fix it. make sure that our families and loved ones have a second chance. i learned from erik paulsen in the chamber of commerce, a guy who is expanding his microbrewery business. he is waiting for a stamp inside the department of treasury, a stamp that was created during the prohibition era. he's already financed the equipment. because of the bureaucrats in washington, d.c., he can't do it. i will fix that, i promise you. [applause] mr. bush: i've learned firsthand of the struggles of veterans across the state and the country. they are waiting for the department of veterans affairs to fulfill their contract with the veterans.
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they have not gotten the care they deserve. at a town hall meeting last saturday, one veteran, we learned the story of a veteran who was declared dead, who didn't get his benefits of social security because he was declared dead. his daughter received a death certificate. they continued to provide the benefits inside the department of veterans affairs for this guy. it took nine months to get it fixed. i will be a president who fixes these aims honor our veterans. we are going on to south carolina. [applause] >[crowd chanting] mr. bush: i know how to do this, because i was a conservative reform governor in the largest
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swing state, where we cut taxes and led the nation seven out of eight years in job creation. i want to take that to washington, d.c., to lower taxes, to increase income and jobs for this extraordinary country. in florida, we shrunk state government by 11%, because i took on the powerful public unions. we need to do that in washington, d.c. as well. washington -- [applause] mr. bush: washington needs to become the servant rather than the masters of the american people. i will restore the proper balance. government cannot row faster than our ability to pay for it. in a bush administration, it will not do it. >> we leave governor bush at this point. now, to donald trump headquarters in manchester. mr. trump: very, very special.
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jarod is a very successful real estate entrepreneur in manhattan, but he likes this better than real estate, i think. thank you. , they werend eric all out today. it was amazing. and corey, where is corrie? does corey have a ground game or what? corey lewandowski. you know, we learned a lot about ground games in one week. i have to tell you that. and the entire staff. this is hope. this is hope. this is hope. nobody takes more phone calls than hope. thank you hope and corey, and the entire group, the entire staff. incredible job. get over here. [applause]
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[crowd chanting] mr. trump: so, again, we have to thank the candidates because they really ran -- we have some very talented people, and to be victorious against some of these people even if it is for one week, but believe me, it is going to be for many weeks, ok? but they really are terrific. a number of them called. i wanted to congratulate the other candidates, ok? now that i've got that over with , it's always tough and then tomorrow, boom, boom, but that's the way it is. we have some real talent in the republican party. we want to thank everybody. thank you very much.
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we -- yeah, right. i tell you what. i tell you what. what do we really want to thank? we want to thank the people of new hampshire, right? mr. trump: i said, i think i'm going to do well there because i hear a lot and it is so beautiful and i love it so much and i love the people and i said i actually think they like me a lot and then all of a sudden, we started getting numbers in and everybody said, how come they like trump so much? appear inmany friends they are special, special people . we are going to be back a lot. he started it. remember, you started it. [applause]
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[crowd chanting] when i came out, i heard the end of bernie's and speech. first of all, congratulations to bernie. we have to congratulate him. we may not like it -- he was to give away of our country, folks. we are not going to let it happen. i don't know where it is going with bernie. americaoing to make great again but we are going to do it the old-fashioned way. we are going to be china, japan, mexico at trade. we're going to beat all of these countries who are taking so much of our money away from us on a daily basis. it is not going to happen anymore. we have the greatest business people right now in the world. they want to be involved. we have political hacks
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negotiating our deals for billions and billions and billions of dollars. it is not going to happen anymore. we are going to use the finest people in the world. we are going to do something so worldnd so strong and the will respect us again -- believe me. [applause] we are going to -- do we love our country? do we love our country? think who one of the things that caught on, self funding my campaign. everybody on both sides. i said, i don't think people really appreciate it here i see all of this money being poured into commercials and it is not their money, it is special interest money. this is on both sides.
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money just pouring into commercials. these are special interests, folks. as you people that don't necessarily love our country. we don't have the best interest of our country at heart. we are not going to let it happen. we have to do something about it. see the see, when you kind of deals made in our country, a lot of those deals are made because the politicians are not so stupid. they are making them for their benefit. we have to stop it. we have to stop it. we are now going to make it your benefit, we are going to make videos for the american people. that is the way it is. [applause] now, very -- oh, i love this -- look at you, look at you and i love these signs. they are the most imaginative science. in a nutshell, we are going to make great trade deals, we are
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going to rebuild our military, it is going to do so big, nobody, nobody is going to mess with us -- believe me, nobody, nobody. we are going to take care of our events. -- of our vets/ ? where is out? we love al. we're going to take care of our debts. our vets are treated horribly. they are our greatest people. our fetching when we take care of your member that, everybody. right? [applause] we are going to have strong incredible borders and people are going to come into our country but they are going to come into our country legally. they are going to come in legally. we are going to -- [inaudible] it is not even believe it or not it is not even a difficult thing to do.
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of by the way, if the people new hampshire, where you have a tremendous problem with caroline -- she wouldn't even believe it -- you see this place and you say, it is so pitiful -- you have a tremendous problem -- the first thing, always, that they met jimmy, mr. trump, please do something, the drugs, the heroine, it is pouring in and it is so cheap because there is so much of it indicates are getting stuck in other people are getting stuck -- we are going to end it, we are going to and a, we are going to and at the southern border, it is going to be over, and we are going to work, and we are going to work really hard to get those people that are so addicted off the habit purely are going to work like hell to take care the situation. it is a huge problem in new hampshire, it is a huge problem lavrov our country. we are going have borders and can we are going to work with you people to help you solve them very big problem we [applause] look at it done. [applause] -- and we will get it done. [applause]
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trump!]hanting: mr. trump: so beautiful. what a group of people. group, we have thousands of people outside i cannot even get -- that is what we have -- thousands of people. health care. we are going to repeal and replace obamacare. it is a total disaster. we are repealing and replacing obamacare. it is gone. we are getting rid of common core, we are going to educate our children locally. we educate our children locally. we are going to preserve our second amendment. there is not going to be anymore chipping away at our second amendment. protection in california recently and so many other places you can even look to paris. paris has the toughest gun laws
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in the world. france has the toughest kanazawa the world. these animals go in, they start shooting, one, 2, 3, the hundred and 30 people, with many people horribly wounded, horribly wanted, right now in hospital. if they were bullets going in the other direction believe me, it would have been a whole different story, folks, but nobody had protection. [crowd chanting: trump!] mr. trump: i going to be the godtest jobs president that ever created -- remember that. don't believe those phony numbers when you hear 4.9 and 5% unemployment. high as 35 -- as in fact, a heard recently, 40
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2%. do you think we would have gatherings as if we had -- if we have -- if we had 5% in employment, do you really think we would have these gatherings? forgetting about security, isis -- which, by the way, we are going to knock the hell out of isis -- we are going to knock the hell out of them and it is going to be done the right way. so we are going to take care of the economy, we are going to take care of jobs, all of the things that i said -- our border -- everything, health care, it is going to be so great. remember this and that obamacare? people are forgetting but now they are miserable because it is 45%, 30 5%, 55%, it is totally out of control. probably stinks of its own pollution in 2017 unless the republicans give another -- i mean, what is going on? what is going on? the budget. the last budget that was approved is an absolute disaster
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for everybody in this country. we own $19 trillion as of today. we just crossed the $19 trillion mark. we are surely going to be a $21 trillion because the budget. our country to make so strong. we are going to start winning again. we do not win any more as a country, we do not win on trade, we don't win with the military, we cannot beat isis. we don't win with anything and we are going to start winning again. much, are going to win so you are going to be so happy, we are going to make america so great again. maybe greater than ever before. i love you all. thank you, new hampshire. thank you, thank you new hampshire, thank you. we are going now to south carolina. we are going to win in south carolina. i love you all. thank you very much. thank you. thank you very much.
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trump's victory speech and venture, and now immediately to junk sick and concorde. kasich: how about my family? of course my great wife. [applause] here in new hampshire, i have to tell you, there is no way would have gone forward with his campaign if it wasn't for the great senator johnson you do. he is such a great partner. and disciplined. he is just a great friend of mine and we also want to spend a
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little time thinking former senator gordon humphrey. [applause] gov. kasich: we were when percent in the national polls and people like, how can you --r win iago things are just we are walking in total obscurity up here and gordon humphrey sends me an e-mail and he says, this is a hot plate to change the world, guys are sleeping on mattresses in the campaign headquarters and a hold up a hot plate where they are eating their food, that is how you win elections. [applause] gov. kasich: of course, telegraph, the former attorney general, he has been one of the best guys. [applause] 17 years ago i came here and i thought things were going ok.
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i wasn't getting a lot of attention and was standing in the kitchen and i was talking to this lady and i am thinking, i have myself a town chairperson here -- i mean, this lady really likes me and after about 15 minutes she looks at her watch and says, when will the candidate get here yet go can you tell us? the guy stuck with me for 17 years. bruce burkey -- where is bruce? [applause] gov. kasich: listen. i want to tell you and there is to say this appropriately. when the media kept saying, how are you going to do this iago can you finish high? i said, i have an insurance policy. it is you. it is all of you.
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youdoes a guy like me thank for the countless hours, phone calls, doorknocking, some of you have come from of course our buckeye state and some have come -- [applause] gov. kasich: some have come from virginia and some have come from maryland and new york and connecticut and today all the way from seattle -- all the way from seattle and, new haven -- ok -- and a guy flew in from london, england to do this. but you know, there is something that is going on that i am not sure that anybody can quite understand. there is magic in the air with his campaign because we do not see it as just another campaign, we see years as an opportunity for all of us -- and i mean all of us -- to be involved in
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something that is bigger than our own lives. to re-shineerica, america, to restore the spirit of america and to leave no one behind, am i right? [crowd chanting: kasich!] you know, something big happened tonight. let me tell you what it is. let me tell you what it is. had tens and tens of millions of dollars spent against us with negative advertising, ok? we have. we have had tens of millions. that is the old politics. we never went negative because we have good to sell then to
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spend our time being critical of somebody else. [applause] gov. kasich: a hand maybe, maybe, just maybe, in a time when, clearly, changes in the air, maybe, just maybe, we are partng the page on a dark of american politics because tonight, the light overcame the darkness of negative campaigns. [applause] gov. kasich: and you made it happen. you made it happen. you made it happen. he made it happen. -- you made it happen. chanting: kasich!] gov. kasich: you know, we are conservatives here. we believe government is a last resort in that a first resort
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and as i like to talk about the strength of our country and if you think about the american home, which is the family, we know that the family is only isong when the foundation strong and that is why we bully cup every single day to ensure that every american has a job in the united states of america to help their family and their neighbor. [applause] and when i am president of the united states -- [applause] [cheering] you kasich: first of all, know, we are going to have a battering ram to knock down the laws of the city if they do not want to change. it is what i have done all of my lifetime. here's what we're going to tell people. i believe, and you think about it, and hope you agree, we are going to solve the problems in ,merica not by being extreme
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not by being first a republican or democrat that reminding everybody that we are americans dedicating to shining up america. [applause] gov. kasich: in fixing our problems. [applause] gov. kasich: this campaign has changed me, the people of new hampshire, the wonderful people of new hampshire have changed me and i want to tell you how it happened. -- i't know -- you know don't know if it happened in the first and 25 town halls of the second 25 or the third 25 but as we got closer and closer to that, those hundred town halls, the 106 we finally finished on, people, for some reason, where able to come to these town halls and feel safe.
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and heame the other day was crying at the end of the town hall and he put his arms around me and said, my son has got cancer and i feel as though i didn't want him and i said, sir, it is sad, it is a tragedy, it is terrible, but it is not your fault. he communicated to somebody the other day and said, that conversation lifted a weight off of his shoulders became year -- and he came from new york to tell me his story and some of you remember the woman that was sitting way up in the seats and she told a story of her daughter who had been sick from being a child and she felt all alone and i asked her to come down and i hugged that women and we all cried a little bit that night and i not long ago -- at one of the big townhomes -- a lady sitting in the back, after we
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had gone through the mechanics of fighting drugs, she brought in the real flesh and blood, and she talked about her 31-year-old daughter who had been 11 months sober and i looked around the room and said, can you imagine how hard it is to be a mom who at one point just held that little baby in her arms to have to wake up every day and ask the good lord, and the good lord is her daughter have recover? now, when you are in settings like that, you begin to learn something. there are too many people in america who do not feel connected. victories thathe nobody celebrates with them and may have defeats and pains sometimes that they have to absorb themselves. i will to you what i really think we need. andeed us economic growth
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job creation but at the heart and soul of the united states of america, the america that i grew father stuck his nose into everybody's business and brought some jewelry at a to bef trial and was able on the step and cry with them when they lost to somebody they you see, that is the america that i know, where we slow down our lives. we slow down our lives and that's just leave this whole tonight and i would ask you to just reflect on this. see, we are all made to change the world. we are only to be a part of the healing that this world and if we would just slow down and, by the way, feel the divisions within our own families, be willing to listen to the person that lives next store when you are in such a hurry to get up the driveway, or such a to get out of the shopping center, just slow down, look him in the eye,
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give him a hug. you see, it doesn't take government, it takes our hearts, our hearts to change america and in this campaign, i have become convinced even more that what it takes to win a political campaign. and what it takes for somebody to be a leader. it is not just what is up three in the head, it is also what is deep in here in the heart in the people of new hampshire have taught me a lesson and from this day forward i going to go slower and spend my time listening and healing and helping and bringing people together. [applause] gov. kasich: thank you.
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now. [applause] [chanting] gov. kasich: bernie talked so long i thought he was going to hit his 77th birthday before he left the stage. [laughter] gov. kasich: and i mean, hillary, you just -- it ain't working here, ok? it is not working here. [applause] is not going to work here for them next fall because i'm coming back to new hampshire. [applause]
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[laughter] gov. kasich: how can any man be so lucky to have all of you? to be so happy about life and family and the fact that the lord has blessed me. we're at the beginning of this campaign season. tonight, we had to south carolina and we will move through south carolina all across this country and we will and up in the midwest and you just wait. let me tell you. there is so much going to happen. if you do not have a seatbelt, go get one. thank you all very much. complex you. -- god bless you. [applause] with a kasich second-place finish in the new hampshire primaries are now two chris christie, who is live addressing his supporters. [applause] christie: we have our
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fifth child here. siena, who we have adopted over the course of the last number of months, give it up for siena. last but not least, the man who became our campaign chairman in harderate, nobody works for us, more loyal to us, nor will the only greater depth in our chairman, wayne mcdonald. thank you very much. [applause] gov. christie: we came to new hampshire to bring the message. there is nothing more important than the safety and security of the american people in it the next president must pay more attention to that in the current one has. we came to new hampshire to say
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that the government is to work for the people, not the people work for the government. we came here to say that education should not put our nextren in debt for the 20-30 years and we have to do better than that is a country for the next generation. we came to say that for our that somebody needs to stand up and fix the social security system in fixed in medicare systems that it doesn't feel them are bankrupt our saytry and we came here to that speaking your mind matters, that experience matters, that confidence matters, and that it will always matter. the message was heard by a lot of folks. and it was stood for by a lot of folks here in new hampshire, just not enough. not enough tonight. and that is ok. for the people who love know me for a long time -- and there are a lot of folks who have -- i
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have a one elections that i was supposed to lose and i have lost elections it was supposed to win . and what that means is you never know. both the magic and mystery of politics. they never quite know when which is going to happen. and so, we leave new hampshire tonight without an ounce of regret. not for the time we have spent, and for the thousands of people tonight in new hampshire, we think each and every one of them for the confidence that that vote represents a mouse as people and in us as servers. hogan, governor paul lepage, governor charlie baker are all people who understand both the burden in
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the opportunity of having a final decision to make in a place like a state and i'm so proud, so proud to have their support for president of the united states because for folks who actually know what it is like to make a decision can be held accountable for it, to have their support has been an extraordinary display of loyalty , and friendship, for governor hogan, and governor lepage, and governor baker, who i know are watching, i think them for their friendship, camaraderie, understanding, and her love. [applause] gov. christie: i want to congratulate donald trump in his victory tonight. winning is never easy. nobody has ever given a victory in the people of new hampshire's
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republican party tonight has spoken very clearly that mr. trump is their preference in this selection he deserves congratulations for that. the race will continue down the road to south carolina and the other states as a move forward but for new hampshire, they have chosen their candidate tonight and he deserves congratulations for that and he has both my and my wife's congratulations so he -- to he and his family. we spoke tonight we decided that we are going to go home to new jersey tomorrow and we are going to take a deep breath, see what the final results are tonight, ,hether we are fifth of six because so many new hampshire residents cannot devote today. it is good to go out to count the votes. to seasonally what happens. we are going to go home to wake up by tomorrow afternoon, we should know, we should note the vote count is in that will allow
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us to make a decision about how we move from here in this race. but there is no reason to go to south carolina and a hotel room to hear that. we will go home -- we haven't been home for two weeks. so we can actually get a change of clothes. shall be a nice thing. that's right. so we will go home to new jersey tomorrow morning, we will make a decision on our next step forward based upon the results that come here completed here in new hampshire. and andrewf mary pat and sarah and patrick in bridget , we want to thank all of you for your friendship, for your support, for your love, for your confidence, and for your encouragement. the rest of our family who is here, my dad, his wife, my brother. [applause]
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in my younger sister, don, who i know is watching at home and who -- does it -- the way i always do. to our friends and our supporters, we have work to do. and i am looking forward to doing the work and continuing to move forward our agenda for the nation, and for the state that i serve and we will continue to do both of for the course of time. we think our staff, all the members of the campaign, the campaign who did more with less than any campaign in america. [applause] gov. christie: that means the folks that ran the campaign, the folks -- yeah, sure, you can applaud for them. [applause] our national:
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finance chairman ray washburn. [applause] guy whoistie: in the knows more about new hampshire than any guy from new jersey i've ever met in my life, matt mauer's. as. [applause] [cheering] gov. christie: i was thrilled to have him as a member of my teams as 2009 i hope he always continues to be one, so to the people of new hampshire and to the people of our country who are watching tonight, i say thank you for your confidence, your support, for your taking the time to listen, to the things we have had to say, you know me, i will not stop talking . i will continue to speak out about the issues that i care
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about, we will continue to work really hard together. and we will move down the road from here based upon the results tonight in what is best for my state, and for my country. and i thank you all very much. [applause] who willor christie, reassess his campaign after a disappointing finish. we will take you now to where is addressinguz his supporters. right now, with over 60% counted, he is in third place and he has been talking for a while. cruz: marriage, and
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religious privilege. and always defend the second amendment right to bear arms. we need to bring justices who will faithfully apply the constitution. in because of tonight, the voters will have a choice. we are here today because each and every one of you and because of over 200 thousand volunteers nationwide. we are here today because of over 800,000 contributions people nationwide going to ted
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z.org,- going to tedcru tedcruz.org. donatorsrrent rages testing -- texting the word donate. we are here because of you. your commitment to rebuilding our military, standing with our , anders and saying honoring our veterans and keeping this nation safe. [applause] sen cruz: the most important question in this race is prepared to be commander-in-chief?
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[the crowd chanting: ted!] has the judgment, the temperament, the experience, the knowledge, the clarity of vision and strength of resolve to stand by our friends and allies into defeat our enemies, to defeat radical islamic terrorists. ? iowa and new hampshire have gone a long way in answering that question. thank you, new hampshire, for tonight's results. [applause] sen cruz: your victory tonight
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has left the washington cartel utterly terrified. [applause] and so now, on to south carolina, o. [applause] sen cruz: we have put washington on the run and tonight's outcome is a victory for we, the people. [applause] selection,nd this this primary and his general election in november 2016 will be a victory for the hard-working men and women who promisebelieve in the of america against a bipartisan corruption of washington, which, mark my words, will land on january 20.
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[applause] sen cruz: thank you, god bless new hampshire, and god bless each and everyone of you. [applause]
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[indiscernible chatter] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2016] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> ted cruz speaking in new hampshire. he is third place now by a couple tenths of a percentage point. 66% of precincts
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reporting. thank you for being with us for our live coverage of the new hampshire primary results, a process we have been out since the spring of 2013. youre pleased to be with tonight to discuss the results. there are two candidates who speeches you have not yet seen on this network. bush. jeb we do have it for you in its entirety and we'll bring it shortly, and also marco rubio, who addressed his supporters briefly. first, we wanted to open up our phone lines and give you an opportunity to react to what has happened tonight. a strong finish for bernie sanders, 21 points ahead of hillary clinton. donald trump winning on the republican side, with john kasich in the number two position. we would like to hear what you think about that. the phone lines are open. you can also tweet us at @cspan
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#nhprimary.shtag we have been watching some tweets. >> i want to share this headline from politico. com. this is from jake tapper, keeping a close eye on exit poll numbers. women comprised 55% of the democratic primary voters today. bernie sanders getting 55%, clinton 44%. the gender issue is a big topic. some of the remarks by gloria ,teinem and madeleine albright that became an issue in the last 48 hours. this is another tweet from the saying, " journal,
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john kasich is the story of the night." in this tweet from a staff member at the los angeles times. we will have live coverage of the north korea sanctions on c-span2. host: let's get to some phone calls. bolin -- bolin, what did you think of how your governor dayton? caller: i'm extremely proud of governor kasich. i cannot -- i cannot even express how proud i am. -- i wasast few months
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there when he announced his candidacy. it was a great day. tonight is an even better day. going to dos extremely well after this. host: how do you think his message will resonate with south carolina? caller: i think his mentions of positivity and unity in a time where politics is so divisive you talk toll when people on the streets, you ask them, the first thing they say is, anybody but hillary or trump. electorate general is saying, anybody but trump or hillary-governor kasich's a good alternative. host: can you tell us about yourself? caller: i am 15 years old. host: you are still in school. do you plan to get out and campaign?
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caller: i have been making phone calls for the governor. i tried going to new hampshire but my mom couldn't, so that happen here i. host: you have lots of years ahead. thank you for calling us tonight. idaho. reggie in boise, go ahead. caller: we really appreciate watching c-span. it has been a great presentation with all of the candidates and we are and or miss trump supporters so, go trump. we are thrilled that he won. host: what makes you a trump supporters? caller: we love his message. we want to close our borders. no borders, no country. we also want immigration to be taking care of properly.
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we want legal immigration to be maintained and to take care of our country the right way. i think your last caller has a lot to learn. i think john kasich should go back to ohio and go back to work. he is a governor and why are we paying him to be on the campaign trail? i don't think he is going to make a great president. we are not john kasich whatsoever, we are trump people. host: next, kyle from oregon. i thought it was really interesting. looking back when this election cycle started, looking at the difference between pulling between bernie and hillary, and now where we are at, i think is a significant change. i think hillary has achieved --
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this -- bernie is a serious threat. she is going to have to react quickly. host: do you support bernie or hillary? caller: i support both. and hopefully, the conversations brewing between bernie supporters and hillary supporters can bring out some of the issues that are most important to this country, including climate change, which i have not heard a lot about from any republican candidate. hopefully, just having a dialogue about the issues. host: thank you. great to hear from the west coast. next up is sabrina from san diego. what did you think of new hampshire? sandersi am a bernie supporter and i think it was an
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amazing turnout. the problem i am having is the donald trump. content inontext, no anything he said. the democrats all have something to say. [indiscernible] thank you. next, john from pennsylvania, democrat o. are you a bernie sanders supporter or a clinton supporter? caller: i am a clinton supporter. host: what happened to her in new hampshire do you think? think that aestly lot of it was geography.
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the way i have been explaining it would be like if joe biden was running and he lost pennsylvania. bernie sanders has been a longtime politician in vermont, which is next door. they know him. that is the argument hillary is not better nationally but, all politics is local. host: senator sanders really carried the youth vote and clinton acknowledged that she has worked to do with younger voters. how can she make a better appeal? actually -- and i am slightly over the youth vote, because i am 31 years i have found that hillary is at her most effective when she stops trying to be likable. when her knowledge -- i don't think she is ever going to be
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someone who inspires the passion that bernie sanders inspires in the youth vote, just like with obama. i think that if she is true to herself, her depth of knowledge, instead of trying to go on ellen peoplecing, i think that might stop thinking that she is trying to hard. host: thank you. katie is next from new hampshire. you are an independent? caller: i am actually a republican. host: who did you vote for? trump: i voted for donald . i can all the way from new york to new hampshire. i was originally thinking of voting for governor christie but after seeing how bad he was
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doing and how trump was winning over people and instantly people and in telling them, the american dream is an lost. he gave people hope. i just love everything that he stands for. host: are you a student? caller: yes. host: so you went home to vote? caller: yes. host: what do you think the campaign looks like going forward? , it reallyng forward brought things to light. i don't know. i think these are the real numbers. it really showed which candidates we should be watching . which candidates we should be listening to and spending our
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energy on and, yeah. i just think it was a great night for trump. and republicans in general. thank you. next is caleb who listen puerto rico, republican. caller: hello. my name is caleb. the number onef and number two of the republican party, donald trump in john kasich, because they want to defend the jobs that we are losing. host: they are very different candidates. how is it that you like both of them? caller: both of them want to protect our jobs. jobs are leaving our country.
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all of the pharmaceutical companies are leaving our country. i am working 12 years in one company that is leaving to singapore. we have to protect our jobs. that is the reason i vote for them. host: did you receive notice from your company that your job would be ending because of the move? caller: yes. they are moving in 2018-2019. we have to vote for the guys who want to protect our jobs. host: thank you. as promised, we are going to show you in its entirety the remarks made by jeb bush to supporters earlier this evening. governor bush was in manchester and he is speaking to supporters , next. bush: thank you to all
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of your hard work. thank you to the amazing team of volunteers, and all of you who traveled to come participate. thank you so much for being here. pundits have not figured out on monday night when the iowa caucuses were complete. they said that the race was now a three-person race between two freshmen senators and a reality tv star. while the tv star is still doing i've it looks like you reset the race and for that, i am grateful. [applause] gov. bush: the granite state understands that this is a race not to be on the bench of the senate, we are electing the president. a person that has to make tough
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decisions. i got to share my heart and my ideas about the future of this country and i am so grateful to have that opportunity here. way, i did a lot of listening and learning, something i think is important. from a woman who is now a leader in the recovery movement, which has to spread across this country. we have an epidemic of addiction and when i learned as we can fix it if we all act on our hearts to make sure that our families and loved ones have the second chance. [applause] gov. bush: i learned from eric olson, a guy who is expanding his microbrewery business. he is waiting for a step inside the department of the treasury that was created during the prohibition era, it will take six months. as a refinanced the equipment. because of the bureaucrats in
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washington, he cannot do it here i will fix that. i have learned first hand of the struggles of veterans all across the country. the airway for the department of veterans affairs to fulfill their contract with the veterans when they came back home they have not gotten the care that they deserve. fact, at a town hall meeting last saturday, one veteran we learned the story of the veteran who was declared dead, who did not get his benefits because he was declared dead at his daughter received a death certificate. a death certificate. they continue to provide the benefits and said the department of -- it took nine months to get it fixed. here is the deal. i will be a president that fixes these things to honor our veterans and we just like him -- he is not dead -- this campaign is not that, we are going on to south carolina.
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[applause] [crowd chanting: jeb!] gov. bush: i know how to do this because i was a conservative reform governor in florida, the when we cutg state, taxes $19 billion and led the nation in job creation. i want to take that to washington, to lower our taxes, to increase income and jobs so that -- because people are suffering. in florida, we shrunk government by 11%. 11% because i took on a powerful public union p we need to do that in washington. washington -- [applause] gov. bush: washington days to become once again the servant rather than a masters of the american people and i know how to do this and i will restore the proper balance the government cannot grow faster
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than our ability to pay for rent and in a bush administration it will not do it. [applause] in florida, i took on the teachers union. hillary clinton's first endorsement was the teacher's unit, the second was the other teachers union. i will fight for the families that want a better education for their children and in florida we did just that, the first statewide voucher program, the second statewide voucher program in the third statewide voucher program -- accountability around our kids and we had rise in student achievement. [applause] gov. bush: as president, as president, will vie for families that only want a quality education for the children because they know that is the great civil right of our time. i will be a conservative candidate, embracing conservative values and i want to do it just as i did as governor of florida. pro-life, pro-second amendment, when you family life, present that does that. [applause] as president, one of
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the first orders of busyness is to repeal obama care and replace it with a market driven system. be i can promise you i will a 10th and in a president, shifting power back to overstate to allow us to create a 21st century government to washington cannot do it that i believe here in new hampshire and in florida and across the country, if you give the power back to the state, they can craft 21st-century solutions for education, the environment, transportation, health care, providing those that need help as it relates to breaking out of poverty. we can do this. it is going to require somebody with proven leadership skills and i have those skills. [applause] we also need, we also need someone that can defeat hillary clinton in the fall. [applause] and for that matter
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-- not just hillary clinton, and apparently, maybe bernie sanders as well, who knows? to beat hillary clinton we need somebody totally transparent. released tax returns, who provides 340,000 e-mails for people to see, whose life is an open book. i am proud of the life i have lived diane -- i have been vetted more than any candidate -- when it's in the with proven record of it hillary clinton because the clinton machine is coming right at the republican nominee -- when it somebody who has been tested and i'm that guy. [applause] look, we are living in dangerous times. he was when it is you have enough from restraint watching history unfold. the next president will be confronted with a challenge that we have not identified. an opportunity that we might miss. you want to serve as president
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of the united states? who do you want to lead the country? jeb!] chanting: gov. bush: do you want some delay hillary clinton are donald trump? [booing] you want somebody who organizes their life by dividing us yet could you want someone who suggested that their enemies of the republican people that disagree with them? we have hadthat it that for seven years, now we need someone that believes in the goodness and grayness of the american people, someone who will organize to find unity again, to create a sense of purpose for all americans, somebody who will work across the aisle to fix the mess, someone that respects the constitution, that when i trample over it, someone who will work with congress, someone who doesn't assume that just because he disagrees on it is and that they are that person. we can fix this together.
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he [applause] deserve far better. [applause] montgomery we need a president with a steady hand, with a proven record, who has a service heart, who does not believe it is all about him. that is why i'm running for the presidency of the united states and why i am so grateful for the people of new hampshire. you have given me the chance to go to south carolina where we are going to do really well thanks to you all. god bless you all. thank you very much. [applause] thanks for all of your help. [applause] host: jeb bush earlier this evening in new hampshire. he has about a 700-vote difference between ted cruz in a battle for third place in the new hampshire primary with about 72% of the votes counted in that state. everyone is watching that third-place finish to see what it will mean going forward.
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next, we are going to take more of your phone calls and your tweets. we have more speeches to show you as c-span's coverage of the new hampshire primary continues. who isear from joe watching us in chandler, arizona, who is a republican. who is your candidate? my vote is undecided at this moment, but i would be between trump or carly fiorina, both who have passion and both can get us fired up and take us where we need to go. host: they are both business people. why do business people appeal to you? person,i am a business but i also think we need someone who knows how to succeed and knows what it takes. will take the government mentality out of it and get us back to our roots of capitalism, socially responsible capitalism, provided jobs, and doing things to make this country great.
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trump, when you see his beach tonight, you see his passion. you see he does love this country. you see he is on a mission. the other speeches from the other republican candidates, blah blah blah, boring, not a lot there. i the other side of the coin, don't see how anybody in america would want to vote for a socialist. as the saying goes, socialism doesn't work because eventually run out of everybody else's money. that comes from somebody who had a 38% increase in their health care premium this year. we need to get back to basics. i think trump has the ability to pull it off. he is a success. you cannot argue with success. ideally, trump as president, v.p.na svp -- as she has the international tops with her consulting and advisory
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capacities for the n.s.a. and security measures. she knows the players around the world. be happy to see trump. senator cruz carries the ideas appropriately for the conservative movement, but i think he will run out of steam and will be too evangelical. ithough i am a christian, don't think he should put that as much in the political mix. host: we have so many people who want to get through. thanks for calling. we are taking tweets as well. here is a tweet from dr. angela chester who writes i'm happy to see bernie sanders win. i am disappointed in a trump victory but expected no less. next from illinois, a democrat. caller: thank you for having me on tonight.
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i wanted to lend my support for bernie sanders and the democratic party, mostly because of the misunderstanding of what he represents. ishink the term socialism usually used with him. i think he will bring the balanceic party with a instead of focusing completely on capitalism, we will need some balance in the party. host: thanks for your call. sam is next, a new hampshire voter, from stratum. who did you vote for today? caller: hillary. host: why is hillary clinton your candidate? caller: because hillary has more experience than bernie, and hillary knows a lot of things about the middle east. sanderse reason bernie
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win today is because he has shown the young people that people can go to college free. but that is not going to happen at all. how are they going to pay for that? that is not going to happen. people believe that. there is no way college can be free in the united states. host: thank you, sam, for handicapping the young vote with senator sanders' message on free tuition at public university. steve scully is next as we continue our coverage. host: for those who go to our website, we have the breakdown county by county. there are 10 counties in new hampshire. bernie sanders winning all 10 counties. a similar result for republican donald trump who won all 10 counties. i want to share a couple of tweets. she is covering the campaign for
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cnn. bill who covers politics for the "washington post" says bernie talked so long i thought he would reach his 77th earth day -- birth day. this is going to evaluate after the results are final. it to marco rubio, taking responsibility for a poor showing in new hampshire. blamed a week debate saying it will never happen again. we will have more from senator marco rubio in a moment. with theo check in editor of politico joining us live on the phone. thanks for being with us. let me ask you about the story you posted a short while ago that the race for the democratic primary is about to get racial. what is going on in south carolina?
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guest: after voting in iowa and new hampshire, two states that are overwhelmingly white even in the democratically primary, we shift to south carolina. 55% of voters in 2008 were african american. both candidates have to shift their appeals. in the pre-election polls, hillary clinton does much better among african american voters than bernie sanders. that is one of the reasons why in south carolina she leads him. for bernie sanders, this is an opportunity and necessity for his campaign if he is going to move beyond some of the states like iowa and new hampshire where he has done well, new hampshire where he has done very well. he needs to play in more diverse states. he will get a test in nevada and on february 27 in south carolina in a high turnout primary. he is going to get a test of how he can do among black voters.
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that is why his first up tomorrow will be new york city in harlem, and he will meet with the rev. al sharpton. it is why hillary clinton this past weekend went to flint, michigan, to talk about the plight of african american residents there with the water crisis. you are seeing, if you listen to both speeches tonight a lot of these themes they hit on, why they can best appeal to some minority communities. iowa and new hampshire don't really have a safe. host: another note about hillary clinton because you are writing about what is next for her campaign staff. campaign, will there be changes in senior staff? guest: that is a good question. hillary clinton currently trails 3/about 21 points with about 4 of the vote tallied in new hampshire. that is a stunning margin. probably in the modern days of the new hampshire primary post
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reforms of the early 70's, perhaps the widest margin without an incumbent president on the ballot. probably itwill see -- that the clintons have had setbacks before and staff changes are a common thread to some of these setbacks. that is one way to reassure, not just to get the campaign going, thealso reassure donors campaign realizes they have a problem and need to act and do something. sometimes that requires a scapegoat. one final question with regard to the republican field, is this going to narrow tomorrow and thursday? guest: chris christie is going to reevaluate his campaign. he did not have much infrastructure past new hampshire. he may drop out. he was sort of a nonfactor so far in new hampshire.
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outside of the northeastern states that don't vote for a couple of months, he was not expected to play much of a factor, particularly after finishing sixth in new hampshire. john kasich has no infrastructure outside of new hampshire, now with a strong second place finish with some distance between himself and the third-place finisher who is right now ted cruz. not a lot of reason for kasich to not give it a shot and try to go to south carolina on february 20. areously, trump and cruz well-positioned in south carolina as is to some degree mark a righ -- marco rubio. jeb bush is the only other person you look at as possibly dropping out. with so much uncertainty with trump at the top, with a number two person being kasich who is at 1% in south carolina, with bush might three, see one more shot in the next 10 days, try to take down kasich in and marco rubio,
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try to cement himself as a third option. it is something you would not have thought about coming out of iowa. his stumble in new hampshire opens the door and i think jeb bush as a good infrastructure in south carolina and will give it a shot to give them less to be the establishment lane candidate. host: his work is available online at politico.com. thanks for being with us. a reminder of the website now includes results of all of the speeches we have been covering tonight. you can check it out anytime online at www.c-span.org. host: thank you. a number of political reporters havehis political notes, on the record that bernie sanders is the first non-christian candidate and first jewish candidate to win a presidential primary. we are going to go back to
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telephones and take more calls. in a few minutes, senator marco rubio, you have already heard the headlines from his speech that he took responsibility for his poor debate performance and vows not to have that happen again. we will listen to those remarks and all he had to say to his supporters after a disappointing finish new hampshire. rachel says i will take a trump win for a sanders win tonight. next on phones is michael and youngstown, ohio, a republican. are you a supporter of your governor? caller: absolutely not. i supported him in his gubernatorial election in the state. however, i find it is a most insulting when i hear governor kasich speak about ohio. it is a fantasy about how great the economy is and the turnaround. that may be the case in columbus, the state capital. if you go to other parts of the state, cleveland, toledo,
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youngstown, there has been very little economic activity. very little done here. people are tired of it. supported nafta, he supported trade deals. they have hurt our state. people rely on manufacturing jobs and industry. we have been purged of it. that is why i am strongly supporting donald trump. mr. trump, it is like he is the one we have been waiting for. he gets it. he is strong on the borders. republicans have talked year after year about how they were going to secure the border. it has not been done. i'm very frustrated with republicans and democrats alike. another point as well, governor kasich has almost given speeches as if he has won. had almost a trump
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19-point lead over governor kasich> governor kasich is acting as if he had won this. i don't see much of a path for him as new hampshire. in south carolina, i think it will be very hard for him. his talk, his style, it is canned. it is what we find from so many politicians. jeb bush, same thing over and over. jeb says he can fix it. well, i hate to tell him, but barack obama is not the only cause of the problem. we got the barack obama because of his brother and we got isis because of his brother. as a republican, i feel the bush family has hurt our party. i think donald trump is the man to unite the party and also appeal to democrats in the rust belt area, disaffected
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democrats, because from what i see with bernie sanders, i see the democratic party moving so far to the left that there is not room for clinton anymore. clinton is conservative compared to what i was hearing with bernie sanders. host: thanks. the next phone call is from antioch, tennessee, a democrat. please pronounce your first name for me. caller: nebula. host: welcome to our discussion. what you think about tonight's dinner credit results? -- democratic result? caller: i'm excited about bernie sanders. i wish sanders and hillery clinton could maybe run together. i think they would be a dynamic duo. path toat is the democratic victory in 2016? what message will resonate with voters as a whole? caller: as a whole? just the unity. the only thing i don't like about trump is he kind of points
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fingers. it is not about pointing a finger about who did what. it is just malarkey with him. i wish you would be -- i wish he would not the pointing fingers. i also like governor christie. i wish he had altogether with his party. i think he would be awesome as well. thank you for your comments. next, florida, a republican. you are on. caller: good night, how are you doing? host: who is your candidate? caller: i am a marco rubio supporter and disappointed about tonight's results. host: where do you think senator rubio goes from here? caller: he goes nowhere but up. he is not giving up. he is a good candidate. he is a good family man. he is a good republican.
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he is a holy man. i don't think tonight is going to stop them going forward. host: thank you for your call. it is a good way to tee up our next event which will be market rubio's address to his supporters after his disappointing finish in new hampshire. marco rubio: thank you, thank you. thank you. [cheers and applause] marco rubio: thank you so much. marco!]hanting:
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rubio: thank you, thank you. ago, i calledes donald trump and congratulated him on a big win for him. he deserves congratulations. he worked for a hard and they did very well. he worked very hard and earned this victory. i congratulated him on that. i want to thank all of you. i know you worked very hard. our team in new hampshire did a phenomenal job. you worked incredibly hard, and i am grateful for you. [applause] marco rubio: we are still watching these numbers. i can tell you i know many people are disappointed. i disappointed with the night. i want you to understand something. our disappointment tonight is not on you. it is on me. it is on me. i did not do well on saturday night. listen to this.
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that will never happen again! [cheers and applause] marco rubio: that will never happen again. [cheers and applause] marco rubio: let me tell you why. let me tell you why it will never happen again. it is not about me. it is not about this campaign. it is about the election. it is about this election. it is about what is at stake in this election. for the last seven years, we have a president that has been doing tremendous damage to this country. tremendous damage. we have a president trying to redefine the relationship between government and our economy. taking over our health care system. every solution to every problem is a tax increase. we have a president doing damage and undermining the constitution, waging war on the second amendment, undermining religious liberties. we have a president doing damage
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to america's standing in the world, a president who views us as an arrogant country that needed to be cut down to size so he gets our military and betrays our allies. in this election, what we have to decide is if we are going to keep doing this because we will keep doing this if hillary clinton is elected. willis what we wil -- continue to happen if bernie sanders is elected. if they win, the damage barack obama has done to america becomes permanent. that is why they cannot win this election. that is why we must win this election. and we will win this election. [cheers and applause] marco rubio: we will win this election. [crowd chanting: marco!] marco rubio: we will win this
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election, and we must win this election. thank you. [applause] we must win this election because if we don't win election, we may lose our country. if we don't win this election, my children in yours will not inherit the greatest nation in the history of the world which is what our parents and graph -- grandparents left to us. tonight, we did not wind up where we wanted to be, but that does not change where we will wind up at the end of this process. [applause] marco rubio: it is on nights like tonight and on moments such as these that i am reminded that my family has faced great challenge their entire lives. i remember one story in particular when i was young, i must have been seven going on eight. my father lost his job. he was a manager at an apartment building. some new people bought the building.
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within 48 hours, they changed the locks and told us we had to move out. i was a young child but i remember my parents scrambling to get a moving truck, get all of our furniture loaded as quickly as possible, because on monday we needed to find a new house. my father needed to find a new job. it was hard because most of his life, he had been a bartender in the u.s. he had been an apartment manager for about a year and a half, and then he could not find bartender work on miami beach. in 1979, he left for las vegas by himself, leaving his children and wife in miami to look for a job. he had to work for 20 years as a bartender. when he got to las vegas, the only job he could find was a bus boy. after 20 years of working as a bartender, this man in his 50's was carrying buckets of ice and bartendersasses for half of his age and not even 1/10th of his express.
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it was a humbling experience. he was not prideful. he understood it was not about him. it was about as. my father more than halfway into his life was willing to do whatever it took so our future could be better. that is the challenge before our country no. not all of the days will be great. we are not always going to get things the way we want. but in the end i am confident that not only will this campaign be successful, but america will be successful as well. i'm confident that when this process is done, this nation will rediscover and re-embrace the principles that made her great. [cheers and applause] confidento: i am because for over two centuries, americans in the end have always gotten it right. of americanson have always done what needed to be done.
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i know with all my heart that we will do it needs to be done in this generation to leave for our children what they deserve to inherit, a new american century, the greatest nation on earth. that is what we will do in this election. [cheers and applause] so new hampshire -- rco!]d chanting: ma rubio: new hampshire, i thank you for welcoming us. i thank you for the snow. my kids had a great time. i thank you for my vote -- your votes. i thank you. you will see us again because we are coming back in november to win the general. [cheers and applause] [crowd chanting: marco!]
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and new england, maine, vermont, massachusetts. we will see you in a few weeks. we are going to come to win! [applause] and south carolina, we are on the way! thank you and god bless you. thank you. [cheers and applause] chanting: marco!] host: host: senator marco rubio earlier tonight. 4 of the votes in new hampshire counted, he is a third-place finisher. he is coming back to washington for a vote in the senate. they will be doing a town hall
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meeting the senator has scheduled in his state. steve scully, what do you have for us? host: some interesting tweets. this says gloves are off. just circulated, a jeb bush memo. governor kasich has little to no chance in south carolina." that state was critical in 2000 with george bush losing the new hamster primary to john mccain by 16 percentage points. george w. bush winning back in 2000. this is calling voters in new hampshire marlis is honoring these -- mindless zombies. governor christie won't be the 45th president, but his impact on the race has proven enormous and will be felt for months to come. we heard earlier from governor christie who is heading back to new jersey to reassess, with
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reports tonight he is likely to step down from the presidential race as early as tomorrow or thursday. the historical perspective, biggest margin in a contested democratic primary. you have to go back to 1988 with michael dukakis winning by 16 points. bernie sanders on track to beat that. our media staff keeping track of all of the victory and concessions be since -- speeches. we have all of them at www.c-span.org. no surprise, bernie sanders speaking for 27 minutes, the longest tonight. the shortest with carly fiorina at just over five minutes. the rest ranging between 10 to 13 minutes. governor bush speaking for 8.5 minutes. governor christie, 11 minutes. ted cruz, 12 minutes. governor kasich, 20 minutes. marco rubio at just over seven minutes. donald trump speaking for 13 minutes. and hillary clinton, 10 minutes.
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results available on our website county by county at www.c-span.org. host: thank you. we have about another half an hour to go in our live coverage of the new hampshire primary results tonight. we will take more phone calls and tweets. this is the 100th anniversary of the new hampshire primary. the state population 1.3 million. 015, there was2 account of registered voters. the independents could go on the same date and register with either party to vote in their primary. is a a semi health and -- semi open primary. the median age is 41. in iowa, it was 38. back to the phones. next is daniel watching us in vancouver, washington. you are a republican.
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what do you think of the results tonight? caller: first of all, i want to tell you i am he ted cruz supporter. i am a constitutional conservative. i think people need to study a candidate carefully rea. we have had seven years of obama talking about hope and change, so why would you believe one person's promise instead of looking at the record? and secondly, i also wanted to let you know i appreciate your coverage of c-span. normally as a conservative, i would watch fox news. but i am watching you all night. host: thank you. glad to have you in the audience. what we try to do is bring speeches in their entirety, pandit-free. as analysis and commentary to our coverage.
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thank you for being part of our coverage tonight. on twitter, i am a latina and a democrat. i'm excited by the energy bernie sanders is bringing to the table per he has got my vote. from oklahoma,my also a democrat. go ahead. caller: i have to apologize for my boys. -- i have to apologize for my voice. as a working person, i'm excited about bernie sanders. anymore you want to say about senator sanders? caller: i cannot hear you. i did have something to say about bernie sanders. i have been hearing a lot of comments about socialism tonight.
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i don't understand why socialism is a bad thing when i hear these people talk about him we are giving trillions of dollars to wall street banks. that should be spent on education or health care. host: thanks for your call from enid, oklahoma. next is antonio watching us in minneapolis. you are an independent, is that right? caller: yes, hello? host: who is your candidate? caller: i don't have any candidate. something i see from a window sometimes. i want to say something. sanders, iernie think he says a lot of common ,ense things for the workers for me, because i am a worker.
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i don't appreciate anything the republicans say at all. our real-life situations in america. for that reason, i think maybe he is going to be the candidate. i'm talking about bernie sanders. not about hillary clinton for think what hee i said is the real thing happening in america. 1% ofo you think about humanity controlling 99% of the rest? oron't think i have stupid need that 1% to direct me on what i have to say; and the way i have to live. in that way, i think all of us are the same. we have 1% of the people
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[indiscernible] 99%. that is the reason i think he makes a lot of sense in what he's saying. host: antonio, you described yourself as a worker. what kind of work do you do? caller: i work in a warehouse. i'm making $11.50 an hour. i used to make a lot of money on the docks. at this moment, i'm making $11.50. i will list six -- i'm almost 60. i will be 60 in april of this year. i think it is a shame what is happening here. trump,mple, this guy, what he has to say to be in the selection? he has money. that is the only reason he is either -- he is here. just because people have money, they have the right to be in the
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election? i think it is a shame. he does not have anything to say to us. i was listening to him today and i said, what does this guy have to say to us? his speech was a shame. i was listening to you on the program. some people says the only guy that has something to say to us is trump. upaid, wow, this is messed because this guy is a millionaire. what does he have to say to us? nothing at all. but that is ok because they have their opinion. doubtingreally, really because some people they are polling. his campaign has people they are calling because they are representing the truck campaign or maybe -- the trump campaign
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or maybe hillary clinton campaign. i don't want to be independent. i was listening to this guy, too sanders. i said he has something to say to us. host: antonio, thank you for calling tonight from minneapolis. someone who goes by the handle "rude dude" on twitter writes this. i want to hear more about the fiasco. next is mike in oregon, a democrat. you are on c-span. caller: can you hear me ok? host: i can, thanks. caller: i am for hillary. i think she is the most qualified. i think she is stuck in the obama administration bubble. one thing i wanted to point out
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is obama promised us all this stuff, change and all this stuff. hillary is trying to sweep it up after he gets out. she is stuck where she is at. sanders. losing too all he is trying to do is get the votes so he will promise a handout to the college students. everybody that has gone to school and graduated, now their student loans are paid off. now we are going to get stuck with these taxes. the kids are going to get their college, and we are going to get stuck with all of these taxes. i don't like the socialist thing. i think that is more of a communist direction, and i don't like it. what i wanted to point out was about trump. about trump comment being a reality tv show star.
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well reagan was a movie star. what is that all about? host: thanks, mike. earlier tonight, we were only able to bring you part of ted cruz's remarks because it overlapped with another candidate. we are going to show you that next, about 13 minutes long. senator cruz is running closely with jeb bush for third position in new hampshire. let's listen to what he had to say. what an incredible evening. [cheers and applause] we made history tonight. you, the good people of new our volunteers from across this nation, have made history tonight. [applause] senator cruz: our state chairman
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[indiscernible] [applause] our executive director. [applause] senator cruz: the votes are still being counted. the exact results are unknown. areright now, it appears we third -- tied for third in the state of new hampshire. [applause] that was the result all of us were told was impossible. together, we have done what the pundits and media said could not be done. applause]d and what the washington establishment
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desperately hoped would not be done. [cheers and applause] senator cruz: what we have done predictedhe media we would lose the state of iowa. [applause] senator cruz: i opposed the ethanol mandate, taking on washington and corporate welfare. [applause] my opponents were promising even more cronyism, and lobbyists spent millions on attack ads against our campaign. and yet the people of iowa put their country first and put their children first. [applause] senator cruz: and this week, history repeated itself.
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talkingin, the heads of the washington insiders were confident our wave of support would break against the rocks of the granite state. a conservative, we were told, could not do well in the state of new hampshire. we were told that over and over again. and tonight, the men and women here and across this great state proved them wrong. [cheers and applause] senator cruz: i want to congratulate donald trump on an impressive win tonight. and john kasich had a good night. but the real winner, the real
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winner is the conservative grassroots. [cheers and applause] senator cruz: who propelled us to an outright victory in iowa and a far stronger result and outcome in new hampshire than anyone predicted. [applause] senator cruz: now, we go on to south carolina. [cheers and applause] senator cruz, the palmetto state. findngton liberals may south carolina a far less hospitable environment. [applause] nevada cruz: and on to
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and super tuesday. [cheers and applause] cruz: the voters will have a choice. someone who talks a good game but has not walked the walk, or do we want a consistent conservative with a proven record? [cheers and applause] senator cruz: in iowa and new hampshire and all across the nation, we are seeing the old reagan coalition coming together. [applause] conservatives, evangelicals, and libertarians, democrats,e, and especially reagan democrats, the
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blue-collar, working-class voters who the democratic party has abandoned. winepublicans are going to in november of 2015, and we have to win for the sake of our kids and grandkids, if we are going to win, we have to welcome home the reagan democrats. so, we must stand unequivocally against sanders. [cheers and applause] senator cruz: we cannot win by nominating a candidate with the same policy on amnesty as hillary clinton. unequivocally against obamacare. [applause]
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we cannot win by nominating a candidate with the on obamacare as on defense. sake, we don't need more needles. [applause] we don't need more capitulation as surrender to harry reid, nancy pelosi, and barack obama. [applause] senator cruz: we need a proven, principled leader who stands with the people. [crowd chanting: we want ted!] must --cruz: we
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we must defend the constitution. [cheers and applause] senator cruz: defendant life, marriage, and revealed just -- and religious liberty. [applause] defend cruz: and always the second amendment right to keep and bear arms. [cheers and applause] we need supreme court justices who will faithfully apply the constitution. [cheers and applause] cruz: because of that, the voters will have a clear choice. we are here today because of each and every one of you and because of over 200,000
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volunteers nationwide. [cheers and applause] todayr cruz: we are here because of over 800,000 contributions, people nationwide .org. to tedcruz [applause] senator cruz: courageous conservatives texting the word "donate" to 5502. we are here because of you. your passion for our nation, your commitment to rebuilding our military, to standing with our soldiers and sailors and airmen and marines and coast guard. andhonoring our veterans keeping this nation safe. [applause]
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senator cruz: the most important question in this race is who is prepared to be commander-in-chief. [crowd chanting: ted!] [cheers and applause] who has the: judgment, the temperament, the experience, the knowledge, the clarity of vision, and the strength of resolve to stand by our friends and allies and defeat our enemies, to defeat radical islamic terrorism? [cheers and applause] iowa and new
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hampshire together have gone a long way toward answering that question, especially new hampshire with nice results. [applause] --especially new hampshire with tonight's results. your victory tonight has left the washington cartel utterly terrified. [applause] and so now, on to south carolina, nevada, super tuesday. [cheers and applause] senator cruz: we put washington on the run. and tonight's outcome is a victory for we, the people. [applause] and this election, the primary and general election
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in november of 2016, will be a victory for the hard-working men and women who want to believe again in the promise of american against the bipartisan corruption of washington. onk my words, it will end january 20, 2017. [cheers and applause] senator cruz: thank you. god bless new hampshire and god bless each and every one of you. [cheers and applause] ♪ host: texas senator ted cruz earlier this evening. with more than 80% of new hampshire's vote counted, senator cruz is maintaining his
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700-vote lead over jeb bush. push -- 11.5% to just to jeb bush, a 11 point 2% -- 11.2%. we are going to be here for another 15 minutes or so. we will continue to take your telephone calls. but first, steve scully. "the washington examiner" says this. this is from nathan gonzales saying how many podiums at the next republican debate? five? the next debate is taking place this saturday on cbs. cbs has given us permission to re-air that debate. you will have a chance to see that sunday on c-span networks. only three polls in south carolina this year, the last
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public poll in the bottom was over christmas. that is going to change. it, a clintonout loss by 21 points to a socialist in new hampshire." sharenally, we want to the headline of the paper tomorrow morning in new hampshire's largest newspaper. trump take new hampshire." host: thank you. not to your phone calls and tweets -- and now back to your phone calls and tweets. this from twitter. phone calls, kyle, madison heights, what state is that in? about 20 milesn, north of detroit. host: and you are a republican? caller: i am a republican. i'm 26 years old. i have a television show and
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marketing company. the reason for my call is a wanted to note something i think is being missed. i think the biggest tragedy of this election process is the fact we lost rand paul is a candidate. i think he was the biggest redactor of liberty probably since the founding fathers, and it is a shame we lost him. a ted cruzo become supporter because i believe he is the second best option. i think his flat tax reform is what we need and i think his reform on obamacare would help the country. i think flat tax is important because as a business owner and previous employee, a gri -- i grew up poor and work my way up through sales and marketing. i have learned a lot. i have learned when you vote for someone that is going to mimic denmark or talk about the fact that denmark is something they should support at 65% tax rate and taxes hiked up through
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socialism, i think it should be terrifying for everyone. we are at a crossroads in this country. we are in a tragic situation. i can respect a bernie sanders supporter in that they are saying we need something radical to change our situation. but at the same time, i think they have the wrong idea because you can either lean on government and go the socialist route or you can lean on liberty and do everything yourself. how much easier would it be to afford health care if only 10% was taken out for taxes as opposed to the 30% or 50% for some people now? you can afford your own health care. you would not need to rely on the government. we need to get back to liberty and protect our constitution. we need to get back to the basics of what our founding fathers had in mind for this country. host: what most influenced your political thinking? caller: i grew up in a republican, chris christie type household.
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i wanted to figure out what i believed. i looked at all of the candidates since i was 16 i was assessed with politics. i was looking at the different candidates and what they represented. i have looked at human history. how has communism worked out for countries? how has socialism worked out for countries? you come to ronald reagan and see what he did. mimicking that and getting back to competition, there is a reason why the united states of america was the greatest country -- host: we lost kyle. i apologize. we are going to take a call from gene and then listen to live clinton's concession speech -- hillary clinton's concession speech. who is your candidate? caller: i don't believe i have a candidate. i watched all of the debates. i have become an independent. i am a registered republican. i'm seeking a candidate that is
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fixated on fixing problems and not fixated on fixing blame. once they get in office, the reality is they have to represent all of us. for crying out loud, they've got to get along and solve our problems. we need solutions, not excuses. host: thank you, jean. tweets about john kasich. the last complimented his bipartisanship. this twitter person comments john kasich disparaged bernie sanders. you cannot have it both ways. hillary clinton's concession speech after her 21-point loss to bernie sanders in new hampshire. ♪
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[cheers and applause] hillary clinton: thank you all very much. thank you! thank you, my friends. thank you. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: thank you all. i just want to begin -- [crowd chanting: hillary] hillary clinton: thank you all very much. my goodness. i don't know what we would have done tonight if we had actually won. this is an exciting event. i'm very grateful to all of you. [cheers and applause] i want to begin by congratulating senator sanders on his victory tonight. and i want to thank each and every one of you. i want to say i still love new hampshire and i always will. [cheers and applause]
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very clinton: -- here is what -- hillary clinton: here is what we are going to do. we are going to take this campaign to the country. we are going to fight for every vote in every state. we are going to fight for real solutions that make a real difference in people's lives. when i started this campaign last spring, i knew we were facing profound challenges as a country. the way too many things were going just was not right. it is not right that the kids i met in flint on sunday were poisoned because their governor wanted to save money. it is not right for a grandmother here in new hampshire or anywhere else to have to choose between paying rent and buying medicine because a prescription drug company increased the price for thousand percent overnight -- 4000
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percent overnight. and it is not right a cashier i pay less for doing the same work on her son even though she has been on the job for more years. people have every right to be angry. but they are also hungry. they are hungry for solutions. what are we going to do? [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: that is the fight we are taking to the country. what is the best way to change people's lives so we can all grow together? who is the best change-maker? here is what i promise. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: here is what i promise. i will work harder than anyone to actually make the changes that make your lives better. in this campaign, you have heard a lot about washington and wall street.
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senator sanders and i both want to get secret, unaccountable money out of politics. and let's remember, citizens united, one of the worst supreme court decisions in our country's history was actually a case about a right-wing attack on me and my campaign. a right-wing organization took damaging and ended up our entire democracy. so yes, you're not going to find tobody more committed campaign-finance reform than me. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: we also agreed wall street can never be allowed to once again threaten mainstreet. and i will fight to rein in wall street. i know how to do it!
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bank can tell you know be too big to fail and no executive too powerful to jail, you can count on it. raceeal difference in this is truly over how do we create a future of prosperity come opportunity and security for all of us. to build a growth and fairness economy with higher wages and more good paying jobs, including a bold, national mission to create millions of jobs in clean energy, manufacturing and infrastructure. need to unleash again innovation other entrepreneurs and small businesses, make it easier for parents to balance work in family, close loopholes and art tax code, crackdown on corporations that gain the
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system and unfair trade practices. .ut even all that is not enough we also have to break through the barriers of bigotry. african-american parents shouldn't have to worry that their children will be harassed, humiliated, even shot because of the color of their skin. immigrant families shouldn't have to lie awake at night listening for a knock on the door. lgbt americans shouldn't be fired from their jobs because of who they are or who they love. and let's finally deliver something long overdue, he will pay for women in this country. so here is how i see it. has to do all parts of the job for all americans. to make sure nothing holds you back, not yet, not
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discrimination, not a deck that is always stacked for those at the top. we need to break those barriers and build letters of opportunity for every person. that is how we will build a better tomorrow to -- that are tomorrow together. and that has been the cause and work of my life. my family and my faith taught me themple credo -- do all good you can in all the ways you can for all the people you can. that is what called me to a life of service, just like millions of teachers and nurses and police officers and firefighters and members of our armed services who get up every day and do the quiet work, the heroic work for all the rest of us. but when children anywhere in our country go to bed hungry or are denied inequality -- a quality education or who face abuse or abandonment, that diminishes all of us. that is why i did start my
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career at the joe's defense club. that's why i went undercover in alabama to expose racism in why i expose criminal northe in america -- in carolina and at is why went to michigan on sunday. americaple anywhere in are held back by injustice, that demands action. that is why i believe so strongly that we have to keep up with every fiber of our being the argument for, the campaign for human rights. human rights as women's rights. human rights as gay rights. human rights as worker rights. human rights as voting rights. human rights across the board for every single american. i am.s who
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that is what i have always done. that is why i am in this race. i know i have some work to do, particularly with young people. but i will repeat again what i have said this week. even if they are not supporting me now, i support them. -- i know i have had a blessed life. but i also know what it's like to stumble and fall as so many people america know that feeling and we have learned is not whether you get knocked down that matters. it is whether you get back up. friends, please, join me in building on the progress we made under president obama, pushing forward every single day for as long as it takes to break down those barriers that hold us
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back. we've got to believe in the basic proposition of our country where all americans have the chance to succeed, with each of us have the opportunity to live up to our own god-given for tension -- potential. only then and only then can america live up to its potential as well. so let me thank all of you. i am very grateful to my wonderful family, knowing they are by my side. keep me going every day. volunteers and organizers who call favors and knocked on doors in a new hampshire snow. everyone who went to hillary clinton.com to give what you could for the 700,000 people that contributed to this campaign. the vast majority giving less than a hundred dollars.
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i know that doesn't fit with the narrative. i know there are those who want to deny the passion and the purpose you all show every day for this campaign. reason we aree here and you are the reason we are going to win the nomination and then win this election together. thank you all! thank you so very much! [cheers] ♪ announcer: hillary clinton and her concession speech in your hamster tonight. february 20 is both the nevada
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thecratic caucus and importance of curl and a republican primary, which many have theiridates focus on. february 23 is the nevada republican caucus. the state splits by parties. then fed your 27th is when the south carolina democrats hold their primary. march 1, super tuesday, primaries in vers states of oslo country. about seven minutes past midnight here on the east coast and have just a little more ahead of us. want to tell you about tomorrow on c-span -- actually, later as morning for those of you on these codes with me. washington journal at 7:00 a.m. eastern time will continue the conversation, analyzing resultant taking phone calls and looking ahead to the next primary contest. tomorrow, the senate is in session on c-span 2. they come in at 10:00 a.m. eastern time. they have a significant debate beginning at 10:30 eastern time. that is on north korea
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sanctions. senator rubio has already announced that he will be returning to washington to take part in that debate. next up on the network, we will sanders's you bernie victory speech in new hampshire tonight. you, wee show it to have a few tweets from viewers to share with you about bernie sanders. sweet rightsso a -- we will bring you the 27 minute speech bernie sanders made after his 21-point victory over hillary clinton in the 2016 new hampshire primary. thank you for being with us. ♪
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senator sanders: oh!
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thank you! you, new hampshire. [cheers] closed,after the polls secretary clinton called and was very gracious in her congratulations. i thank her for her call and i congratulate her in -- and her supporters for the vigorous campaign they ran in new hampshire. and let me take this opportunity to thank the many, many thousands of volunteers here in the granite state who worked so
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tirelessly. our volunteers worked night and phone calls and knocked on a heck of a lot of doors. and we won because of your energy. thank you all so much. [cheers] and i want to thank julia von and are great campaign staff. [cheers] , we have sent a message that will echo from wall street to washington, from maine to california. [cheers]
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and that is that the government of our great country belongs to and not just ale handful of wealthy campaign contributors and their super pac. [cheers] ago, we began our campaign here in new hampshire. we had no campaign organization. we had no money. and we were taking on the most powerful political organization in the united states of america. [cheers] tonight, with what appears to be a record-breaking voter turnout -- [cheers]
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because of a huge voter turnout wonnd i say huge! -- we because we harnessed the energy and the excitement that they democratic party will need to succeed in november. what happened here in new hampshire in terms of unenthusiastic and aroused electorate, people who came out in large numbers, that is what will happen all over this country.
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[cheers] and let us never forget democrats and progressives win-win voter turnout is high. people are win when demoralized and voter turnout is low. notice to therve political and economic establishment of this country, that the american people will not continue to accept a corrupt campaign finance system that is undermining american democracy. and we will not accept a rigged economy in which ordinary americans work longer hours for lower wages while almost all new
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incumbent wealth goes to the top 1%. [cheers] i want to take this opportunity again to congratulate secretary andton and her organization supporters for waging a big name. i hope that in the days ahead we can continue to wage a strong issue-oriented campaign and bring new people into the political process. but i also hope that we all remember -- and this is a message not just to our opponents, but to those who support me as well, that we will need to come together in a few andhs and unite this party
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this station because the right wing republicans we oppose must not be allowed to gain the presidency. [cheers and applause] as we all remember, the last time republicans occupied the white house, their trickle-down economic policies drove us into the worst economic downturn since the depression of the 1930's. you --will not allow huge tax breaks for millionaires. huge cuts tollow social security, veterans, medicare and medicaid and education.
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applause]d no, will not allow into the white house a political party which is so beholden to the fossil fuel industry that they cannot even acknowledge the scientific reality of climate change. [cheers] sent a profound message -- the people of new hampshire have the it profound message to political establishment, the economic establishment and, by the way, to the media establishment. [cheers] [chanting] >> bernie!
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bernie! bernie! bernie! senator sanders: what the people here have said is that, given the enormous price -- crisis facing our country, it is just too late for the same old, same old establishment politics and establishment economics. the people want real change. [cheers and applause] what the american people are saying -- and by the way, i hear this not just from progressives, but from conservatives and from moderates -- we can no longer continue to have a campaign finance system in which wall street and the billionaire class are able to buy elections.
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[cheers] [chanting] americans, no matter what their political view may be, understand that that is not what democracy is about. that is what oligarchy is about. [cheers] that toill not allow continue. [cheers] not want ave eye super. -- i do not have a super pac and i do not want a super pac. i am overwhelmed and i am deeply moved, far more than i can express in words, by the fact
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that our campaign financial support comes from more than one million americans who have made million -- more than 3.7 million individual contributions. [cheers] that is more individual contributions than any candidate in the history of the united states up until this point in an election. [cheers] and you know what that average contribution was? $27! [cheers and applause] am going to new york city tonight and tomorrow.
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but i am not going to new york city to hold a fundraiser on wall street. [cheers] instead, i'm going to hold a nowraiser right here, right across america. is please go to berniesanders.com and contribute. please help us raise the funds we need, whether it is $10 or $20 or $50. help us raise the money we need to take the fight to nevada, south carolina, and the states on super tuesday. [cheers]
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so there it is. that is our fundraiser. pretty quick. now, what the american people understand is that our great country was based on a simple principle. and that principle is fairness. let me be very clear. it is not fair when we have more income and wealth inequality today than almost any major country on earth. and when the top 1/10 of 1% now owns almost as much wealth as the bottom 90%, that is not fair. it is not fair when the 20 wealthiest people in this
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country now own more wealth than the bottom half of the american people. guys ready for a radical idea? [cheers] creater, we are going to an economy that works for all of us, not just the 1%. [cheers] and when millions of our people wagesrking for starvation , yeah, we are going to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour. [cheers] and we are going to bring pay equity for women. [cheers] we need the best educated work force in the
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world, yes, we are going to make public colleges and universities tuition free. [cheers] millions of americans struggling with her rent this levels of student debt , we are going to substantially ease that burden. not beica, people should financially distressed for -- the for the crime crime of trying to get a higher education. that is absurd. [cheers] know,my critics say, you bernie, that is a great idea for all these free stuff to how are you going to pay for it? i will tell you how we are going to pay for it.
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we are going to impose a tax on wall street speculation. [cheers] the read, the recklessness, and the illegal behavior wall street drove our economy to its knees. the american people bailed out wall street. time tos wall street's help the middle class. cheers] abouten we talk transforming america, it means ending the disgrace of this country having more people in jail than any other country in the world disproportionately african-american and latino. [cheers] not only are we going to fight
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andnd institutional racism a broken criminal justice system -- [cheers] provide jobs and education for our young people, not jails and incarceration. [cheers] say that, as a member of the energy committee in the senate and the environmental .ommittee, the debate is over climate change israel. activitysed by human and it is already causing devastating problems in this country and around the world. responsibility to work with countries throughout the world to
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transform our energy system away from fossil fuels to energy efficiency and sustainable energy. [cheers] now i have been criticized during this campaign for many, many things. day. single that's ok. that's all right. they are throwing everything at me, except the kitchen sink, and i have the feeling that kitchen sink is coming pretty soon as well. aboutat our campaign is is thinking big, not small. it's about having the courage to reject the status quo. [cheers and applause]
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about saying that, at a time when every major country on care toarantees health all of their people, we should be doing the same in our great country. [cheers] view on president obama's leadership, the affordable care act has been an important step forward. no question about it. but we can and must do better. [cheers and applause] 29 million americans should not remain uninsured. numbereven greater should not be underinsured with large deductibles and copayments. we should not be paying by far the highest prices in the world
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for prescription drugs at a time -- listen to this -- when the top three drug companies in this country made $45 billion in profits last year. [boos] that is an of sanity. and let me -- that is an obscenity. and let me tell you something, when we make it to the white house -- [applause] sen. sanders: when we make it to the white house, the pharmaceutical industry will not continue to rip off the american people. [applause] sen. sanders: and further, it makes no sense that as a nation, we continue to spend far more per capita than the people of
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any other nation, all of whom guarantee health care to all of their people. and that is why i believe in a medicare for all, single-payer program. [applause] sen. sanders: which will not only guarantee health care for all, but will save the average middle-class family thousands of dollars a year in health care costs. [applause] sen. sanders: my friends, we all know that we live in a dangerous and complex world. as president, i will defend this nation, but i will do it responsibly. i voted against the war in iraq. [applause] sen. sanders: and that was the
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right vote. [applause] sen. sanders: while we must be relentless in combating terrorists who would do us harm, we should not be the policeman of the world. nor should we bear the burden of fighting terrorism alone. in the middle east, the united states must be part of an international coalition, sustained by nations in the region, that have the means to protect themselves. together, we must and will destroy isis. but we should do it in a way that does not put our young men and women in the military into perpetual warfare in the quagmire of the middle east. [applause]
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sen. sanders: my friends, we must fix our broken immigration system that divides families and create a path toward citizenship for hard-working people are living in the shadows. [applause] sen. sanders: we must strengthen and expand social security, and increase the benefits that seniors and disabled vets receive, so that people can live in dignity in their retirement. [applause] sen. sanders: we must rebuild our crumbling infrastructure, and when we do that, we create millions of decent paying jobs. [applause] sen. sanders: we must pursue the fight for women's rights, for gay rights, for disability
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rights. [applause] sen. sanders: we must, against stronger and stronger opposition, protect the right of a woman to control her own body. [applause] sen. sanders: and we must protect the men and women who serve our nation in uniform, and protect our veterans who put their lives on the line to defend us. [applause] sen. sanders: my friends, we must tell the billionaire class and the 1% that they cannot have it all at a time of massive wealth and income inequality.
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the wealthiest people and largest corporations in this country will start paying their fair share of taxes. [applause] sen. sanders: my friends, i am the son of a polish immigrant who came to this country speaking no english and having no money. my father worked every day of his life and he never made a whole lot. my mom and dad, and brother and i, grew up in a small 3.5-room rent-controlled apartment in brooklyn, new york. my mother, who died at a young age, always dreamed of moving out of that apartment, getting a home of her own, but she never realized that dream.
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the truth is that neither one of my parents could ever have dreamed that i would be here tonight, standing before you as a candidate for president of the united states. [applause] [crowd chanting] sen. sanders: this is the promise of america, and this is the promise we must keep alive for future generations. what began last week in iowa, what voters in new hampshire confirmed tonight, is nothing short of the beginning of a political revolution. [applause]
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sen. sanders: it is a political revolution that will bring tens of millions of our people together. it will bring together working people who have given up on the political process. it will bring together young people who have never participated in the political process. it will bring together blacks and latinos, asian americans, native americans -- [applause] sen. sanders: straight and gay, male and female, people who were born in america, and people who immigrated here. [applause] sen. sanders: we will all come together to say loudly and
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clearly that the government of our great nation belongs to all of us, not just a few wealthy campaign contributors. [applause] sen. sanders: that is what this campaign is about. that is what the political revolution is about. so, new hampshire, thank you again. now, it's on -- [applause] [crowd chanting] sen. sanders: thank you, new hampshire. now, it's on to nevada, south carolina, and beyond. [applause] ♪
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>> on the next washington journal, the results of the new hampshire primary. then we look ahead to the south carolina republican primary and the democratic caucuses. washington journal is live every morning at 7:00 eastern. join the conversation on facebook and twitter. the long-term threat from the zika virus is the topic of a
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house foreign affairs committee meeting. tom friedman is among witnesses testifying on efforts to stem the spread of the virus. our live coverage starts at 1:15 eastern on c-span3. road to the white house began in iowa. 1972.ucuses date back to then we moved back to new hampshire, which has a long and rich history. we begin to test the candidates and their message. we move south to south carolina, the first southern primary. democratic for the and republican caucuses. we will see a number of candidates drop out of the race. then we move into early march. super tuesday, the start of winner take all primaries. delegate counts will be critical.
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we get ach that, better sense of whose message is resonating and who is on the path to the nomination. hampshire primary republican winner donald trump delivers his victory speech before supporters in manchester. he was joined onstage by his wife and children. ♪ you say you want a , welution, well, you know all want to change the world ♪ ♪ you tell me that it is know, we allll you want to change the world ♪ wow, wow. oh, wow,
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so beautiful. so beautiful. [applause] we are going to make america great again. [applause] mr. trump: i want to thank everybody. but i really have to begin by paying homage to my parents, mary and fred. they are up there saying, this is something very special. they love this country and they are very happy right now. thank you to my parents. , mary to thank my sister
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ann, elizabeth, my fantastic brother, robert, who is watching right now with anne marie. i want to thank my late brother, fred. i learned so much from fred. probably more than my father. a fantastic guy. i want to thank fred. the is up there looking down also. [applause] right downwe can go the line, but we have to start with what she puts up with. [applause] she said from the beginning, you know if you run, you know you are going to win. she said that from day one. thank you, honey. don and vanessa, thank you so much. ivanka made it seven stops today
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at the polling areas. so very, very special. successful real estate entrepreneur in manhattan, but he likes this better than real estate, i think. lara and eric. they were all out today. cory?where is does he have a ground game or what? cory?is you know, we learned a lot about ground games in one week, i tell you that. staff -- this is hope. nobody takes more phone calls in a day than hope.
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the entire group, the entire staff. incredible job. get over here. there is the man. "usa"] g mr. trump: so, again, we have to thank the candidates. they really ran -- we have some really talented people. to be victorious against some of is foreople, even if it one week, but believe me, it will be many weeks, they really are terrific. a number of them cold and i want to thank them. i want to congratulate the other candidates. now that i got that out of the way. it is always tough. boom, boom.
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we have some real talent in the republican party, the rnc. we want to thank everybody. yeah, right. well, i tell you what. what do we really want to thank? we really want to thank the people of new hampshire. do we love the people of new hampshire. i said it, and i said it a year ago, i think i will do well there because i am here a lot. it is so beautiful. i love it and i love the people. i said, i actually think they like me a lot. we started getting numbers. everyone said, how come they like trump so much? i have so me friends up here, and they are special, special people. i want to thank you, new hampshire. you started it.
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remember, you started it. you know, when i came out, i heard the end of bernie's speech. congratulations to burning. in --bernie. in all fairness, we have to congratulate him. but he wants to give away our country. we are not going to let it happen. i do not know where it is going but we are going to make america great again the old-fashioned way. china,going to beat japan, mexico. we are going to beat all these countries taking so much of our money away from us on a daily basis. it is not going to happen
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anymore. we have the greatest is this people in the world. they call me all the time and want to be involved. have political hacks negotiating our deals for billions and billions of dollars. it is not going to happen anymore. we are going to use the finest business people in the world. we are going to do something so good and so fast and so strong that the world is going to respect us again, believe me. [applause] -- doump: we are going to we love our country? [applause] i think one of the things that really caught on, very important, self-funding my campaign. weeks ago, i do not think people really appreciate
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it. is he all this money being poured into commercials on both sides. money just pouring into commercials. these are special interests, folks. these are lobbyists. these are people that do not necessarily love our country. they do not have the best interests of our country at our. we cannot let it happen. we have to do something about it. when you see the kinds of deals made in our country, a lot of those deals are made because politicians are not so stupid. they are making them to their benefit. we have to stop it. we are now going to make it for your benefit. we are going to make the deals for the american people. that is the way it is. [applause] this.ump: now, i love look at you. look at you. i love these signs. they are the most immaculate of signs.
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in a nutshell, we are going to make great trade deals. we are going to rebuild our military. is going to be so strong, so powerful, nobody is going to mess with us. believe me. nobody. we are going to take care of our vets. where is al? we love al. all right, al? get up here if you can't. we are going to take care of our vets. our vets will be taken care of. you remember that, everybody. strong,oing to have incredible borders. people are going to come into our country, but they are going to come in to our country legally. legally. [applause] mr. trump: we are going to build a wall. it is going to be built. [applause] mr. trump: it is not even,
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believe it or not, it is not even a difficult thing to do. way, the people of new hampshire have a tremendous problem with heroin and drugs. you have a tremendous problem. the first thing they always mentioned to me, mr. trump, please do something. for drugs, the heroin, is pouring in. it is so cheap because there is so much of it. the kids are getting stuck. at thegoing to end it southern border. it will be over. we will work really hard to get those people who are so addicted off the habit. we are going to work like hell to take care of the situation. it is a huge problem in new hampshire, all over our country. we are going to work with you people to help you solve that very big problem. we are going to get it done.
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[applause] [chanting] mr. trump: so beautiful. what a group of people. group,w, on top of this we have thousands of people outside that cannot get in. that is what we have. thousands of people. health care. we are going to repeal and replace obamacare. it is a total disaster. we are reviewing and replacing obamacare. it is gone. we are getting rid of common core. we are going to educate our children locally. we educate our children locally. we are going to preserve our very sacred second amendment. going to be any chipping away at our second amendment.
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is we had protection in california recently and so many other places, even look at paris. paris has the toughest gun laws in the world. france has the toughest gun laws in the world. these animals go in, they start people, 1, 2, 3, 130 with many people horribly wounded in the hospital. little going in the other direction, believe me, it would have been a whole different story, folks. but nobody had protection. [applause] be themp: i am going to greatest jobs president that god ever created. remember that. [applause] mr. trump: do not believe those 4.9% numbers when you hear and 5% unemployment.
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29%,umber is probably 28%, as high as 30%. i even heard recently 42%. do you think we would have gatherings like this if we had 5%? do you really think we would have these gatherings? isis, about security and which, by the way, we will knock the hell out of isis the right way. we will take care of the economy. we will take care of jobs. we will take care of all the things i said. our border, everything, health care. is going to be so great. remember this about obamacare. 35%, 55%.g up 45%, it is totally out of control. sinks of its own pollution -- volition.
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what is going on? the last budget approved is a disaster for everybody in this country. e $19 trillion as of today. atare going to shortly be $21 trillion because of the budget. we are going to make our country so strong. we are going to start winning again. we do not win any more as a country. we do not win on trade, with the military, we cannot beat isis. we are going to start winning again. we will win so much, you will be so happy. america sog to make great again, maybe greater than ever before. i love you all. thank you, new hampshire. thank you, new hampshire, thank you. we are going now to south carolina. we are going to win in south
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carolina. i love you all. thank you very match. -- much. ♪ you say you want a revolution, well, you know ♪ ♪ we all want to change the world ♪ ♪ you tell me that it is evolution, well, you know ♪ ♪ we all want to change the world ♪ aboutwhen you talk destruction, don't you know you can count me out ♪ ♪ you know it is going to be all right ♪ ♪ ♪ all right ♪ all right ♪
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♪ during campaign 2016, c-span takes you on the road to the follow the, as we candidates on c-span, c-span radio, and www.c-span.org. ♪ hampshireew republican primary runner-up john kasich spoke to supporters in concord, joined by john sun unu. [applause] mr. kasich: first of all, i want to congratulate donald trump on his victory.
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i won fair and square, but beat in in dixville notch. [applause] mr. kasich: first of all, my daughters are at home. we are all happy because they are not driving tomorrow. [laughter] mr. kasich: how about my family? karen.se, and my wife, [applause] mr. kasich: here in new hampshire, i have to tell you, there is no way i would have gone forward with this campaign if it was not for john sununu. [applause] he is such a great partner, so smart and so disciplined. he is just a great, great friend of mine. we want to spend a little time thinking former senator gordon humphrey. [applause]
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mr. kasich: you know, in national polls, people were like, how can you ever win? we are walking in total obscurity up here. gordon humphrey sends me an e-mail and says this is the hot place to change the world. guys are sleeping on mattresses in campaign headquarters and they have a hot plate to heat their food. that is how you win elections. [applause] and, of course, our great friend tom wrath, has been one of the best friends i can have. where is he? [applause] 17 years ago, i came here. i thought things were going ok.
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getting a lot of attention. we were standing in the kitchen and i was talking to this lady. i was thinking, i got myself a town chair person. minutes, she looked at her watch and said, when will the candidate get here? the guy who stuck with me for 17 years, bruce burkey. where is he? [applause] mr. kasich: come on up here. listen, i want to tell you and there is just no way to say this appropriately. the media kept saying, can you finish i? i said, i have an insurance policy. it is you. it is all of you. youdoes a guy like me thank
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for the countless hours, the phone calls, the doorknocking. some of you have come from, of course, our buckeye state. and some have come from virginia and some have come from maryland and new york and connecticut and today, all the way from seattle. al the way from seattle and guy flew in from new haven and a guy flew in from london, england. [applause] mr. kasich: but you know, there is something that is going on and i'm not sure that anybody can quite understand it. air withmagic in the this campaign because we do not see it as just another campaign. we see this as an opportunity for all of us, and i mean all of us to be involved in something that is bigger

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