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showing how we can bring people together to reach consensus, and we have made progress substantively in the actual outputs of these groups as they relate to drones, facial recognition, mobile apps. the world is a better place having knees. .> larry strickland this is the communicator. >> i had a rough upbringing and i got involved in the streets and i started selling drugs, marijuana, mescaline tabs, cocaine, and then crack cocaine came out.
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from 13 toe streets 18 years old. s> sunday night, corey pegue discusses his book. he talks about his former life as a drug dealer and as a police officer. but criticized police a lot when i criticize, i'm talking about bad police and that's a small percentage for the alarming majority of cops are doing their jobs but you don't hear about them. you hear about to mere rice -- tamir rice. once law enforcement starts weeding them out to because every time we see one of these cases, you look at the person's background, seven complaints for use of force, five substantiated. and we'll find out about it until they kill somebody. >> sunday night on q and a.
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>> the hard-fought 2016 primary season is over with his store conventions to follow this summer. >> colorado. >> florida. >> texas. in the first non-politician in several decades. watch live on c-span, listen on the c-span radio app or get video on demand at you have a friend roast the to every minute of both conventions beginning monday. >> this is the facility where the 2016 republican national convention will take place. we are standing on level four of the quicken loans arena. we are in one of the suites
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being converted for broadcast purposes. arehis level, there hospitality suites for guests but about 30 broadcasting media suites. in the earlyd infighting to get these suites for the media, which is about normal. while we get the total number, they are assigned individually by the house radio television gallery. c-span did well about c-span in this location. the delegates will be seeded facing the stage, which we call the podium. while that seating chart has not been announced, it usually is kind of a shake with people. .nd we have aisles
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the center aisle and side aisles so people can move and what not. we will see that next week when the plan comes out and when the seats go down. the color will come in and take place and you will really get a view of it. there are a number of stand up broadcast positions. ande are along each end there are two huge network anchor booths at the far end for cnn and nbc. three others are in a level up in what were handicap seating areas and we have ample handicap so you havewhere
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andbroadcasters up here then those same groupings with standup positions on the floor and some in the handicap broadcasting areas of so they are everywhere for on the floor, two major side camera stands will have a television pool camera and still photographers. the same way the big center camera stands, it faces the podium. it will have two pool television cameras and are out production camera on the front tier. seats are in. the are fixed positions
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stage reflects a trend that started in 1996 in san diego with steps in the front. and the podiumin was lowered to give a feeling of openness, not like a battleship approach where you look down on the delegates. we have had steps in every design since then. this design was brought to us by our executive producer and his company. they have done this for us before. and whatrger screens is the't seeing today
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way we can bury the look of this with lights. people will enter from one side and make it their's each and exit from the other side. there is ace mall bandstand to the other side and there could be some other entertainment. we mentioned the lighting grid and other things. of when we went into the houston astrodome in 1992. records to show what the ceiling would hold. wasmost they had ever hung 50,000 pounds and we were going to hang at least 125,000 pounds. we had to do major studies to
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see that it would hold our wait and we did. it was also in a two state disaster. acoustic disaster. if you said something loudly at floor level, it echoed throughout the place for 17 seconds. sound would come out like an go chamber. that brings us to the fact these sports arenas are more modern. we had some improvements to make here and they will work fine prior to that, we were into dome stating.
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for now, this has become the standard. it will have broadcast positions in here and the digital media for the new angle is this is the digital age and that will be spacesd there will be with different variations. you can see a few of these initial panels. this is the very beginning of that. very popular have of activity during the convention. with interviews going constantly
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all the time. it is a good place to come by and see and get involved in. >> the republican national convention from cleveland starts monday. watch live every minute on cease and. listen live on the c-span radio app. it's easy to download. watch live or on-demand anytime where you will find all of our convention coverage and the full convention schedule. follow us on twitter and like us on facebook to see video of newsworthy moments. don't miss a minute of the 2016 republican national convention. with the republican national convention just a couple days away, indiana governor mike pence was formally introduced
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trump's running mate. governor pence is a former u.s. representative who became governor in 2013. he originally planned to seek reelection this november but has withdrawn from the race to be part of the republican presidential ticket. this event in new york city is 50 minutes. [applause] mr. trump: thank you, everybody. great honor. great honor. thank you. this is a wonderful day. >> [chanting] trump, trump, trump, trump -- mr. trump: on a saturday morning. isn't that nice?
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thank you. we are going to have an incredible convention. it is really going well. we are going to have an incredible convention. we will get things solved and do lots of wonderful things for our country, most importantly. i am here today to introduce the man who will be my partner in this campaign, and the white house, to fix our rigged system. we are in a rigged, rigged system, and to make america safe again, and to make america great again. [applause] mr. trump: i want to also address the islamic terror attack in france. we have witnessed horror beyond the leaf. -- belief. no matter where you look, and now it is happening more and more. and it is never going to stop. we need new leadership. we need new thinking. we need strength. we need, in our country, law and
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order. and if i am elected president, that will happen. [applause] mr. trump: i want to express our unyielding support for the people of france. we mourn their loss as a nation. as far as turkey is concerned, so many friends in turkey, great people, amazing people. we wish them well. it looks like they are resolving the difficulty, but we wish them well. a lot of anguish last night, but hopefully, it will all work out. now as, hopefully, as the next president of the united states, i want to refer back to what has happened over the years. the middle east today is more unstable than ever before. it has never been like this -- out of control. after four years of clinton, who really led the way and led obama
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down a horrible path, as i do not even think he could have made these decisions so badly, she led him right down a horrible pass. he did not know what he was doing. iraq, syria, all into chaos. and iran is on a path to nuclear weapons. and on top of that, we gave them back $150 billion and we did not get our hostages until the end. now we are seeing unrest in turkey, a further demonstration of the failures of obama-clinton. you just have to look. every single thing they touched has turned to horrible, horrible, death-defying problems. we also need to bring back, in this country, as we see what happened, our industry, our manufacturing, our jobs. they have been taken away like we are babies, taken away. we are going to bring them back.
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i have found the leader who will help us deliver a safe society and a prosperous, really prosperous society for all of america. indiana governor mike pence was my first choice. i have admired the work he has done, especially in the state of indiana. and i am going to go over some of those accomplishments in just a minute. but i also admire the fact that he fights for the people, and he is going to fight for you. he is a solid, solid person. [applause] mr. trump: governor pence served indiana with distinction in congress. he rose to leadership and served as the chairman of the entire house republican conference, number one.
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he has really got the skills of a highly talented executive, leading the state of indiana to jobs, growth, and opportunity in spite of the relentless obstacles put in his way and every state's way by the obama administration. it is horrible out there. high taxes and regulations. it is out of control. mike pence is a man of honor, character, and honesty. we know that. hillary clinton is the embodiment of corruption. she is a corrupt person. what she has done with her e-mails, what she has done with so many things, and i see the ads up all of the time. she is totally bought and paid for by wall street, the special interests, and the lobbyists, 100%. she is crooked hillary. [applause] mr. trump: and i think, that
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while she got away with murder, in fact i think it might be her greatest accomplishment, escaping the recent scandal and her lies and the loss of 33,000 e-mails. but it wasn't a loss. that in itself is a major crime. other people have been paying tremendous prices for what they have done, which is peanuts compared to what happened with hillary clinton. 33,000 e-mails are missing, and that is ok? didn't give them to the fbi? didn't give them to the attorney general, and that is ok? wipes her server clean, that's ok? these are crimes. these are crimes. and how she got away with it, i think i understand it, but i think a lot of people don't.
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but i do believe, she did not pay the price she should have paid, she is going to pay that price when november 8 rolls around. she is going to pay it at the polls. i believe it. [applause] mr. trump: on top of everything else, hillary made $21.6 million giving speeches to special interests in a short period of time. she is totally owned by wall street. we believe in americanism. she believes in globalism, and it's not that she believes in it. the people that give her all of this money believes in it, and she will believe whatever they want her to believe. believe me. that is it. [applause] mr. trump: what a difference
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between crooked hillary clinton and mike pence. [applause] mr. trump: mike pence will never be afraid to speak the name of our enemy, radical islam, radical islamic terrorism. you saw it the other day with the truck, screaming out the window. you heard what he was screaming out the window. you saw it in san bernardino. you saw it at the world trade center. you saw it in orlando -- how horrible was that? you saw it in paris. you see it all over. and hillary is a weak person. we are the law and order candidates, and with the law and order party, we are going to change things around. there is going to be respect again for law and order. [applause]
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mr. trump: hillary clinton's foreign policy helped launch isis. i see the ads she puts on. if i make one statement -- which is fine -- she will take that statement and put on a totally dishonest -- because she has a lot of money, because it is given to her by the lobbyists and the special interest. but i see the ads on foreign policy, she is talking about donald trump does not have foreign-policy experience. of course not. i have been a very, very successful business person, but if you look at my calls, i said do not go into iraq. nobody cared because i was a business person, a civilian. take the oil -- many calls i have made. i said that in scotland and in the u.k., that was going to happen. i was the one that predicted it. and everybody said, he is wrong. he is wrong. president obama said, if that happens, they will get to the back of the line, which is probably why they lost.
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of course, i consider it a win. i consider it a win for them, actually, because they do not want to be told what to do. and they do not want to be told, when people pour into the country, to have to take them even if they are not qualified, even if they do not have paperwork, even if they have no idea where they come from. i said that brexit is going to happen, i said they are going to break away, and everybody laughed at me. the odds were 20%. then when it happened, she took an ad, saying, oh, donald trump said this or that, but i am the one who said that was going to happen. some of the more fair reporters, about 30% of them, said he was right. i appreciate that. 70% did not, but i will be ok. so mike pence will never be afraid to speak the name of our enemy -- so important. now i think, if you look at one
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of the big reasons that i chose mike, and one of the reasons is part of unity, i have to be honest. so many people have said "party unity," because i am an outsider. i want to be an outsider. i think that is one of the reasons i won in a landslide. i won in a landslide. this was not close. this was not close. [applause] mr. trump: mr. trump: this was not close. the history of the republican party, with 17 people running, you have to understand, other people ran against 1, 2, and 3,
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with 17, we got -- i say "we" because i am a messenger -- we got almost 14 million votes, more than any other person in the history of the republican party and the primary system running for president. think of it. that is more than ronald reagan, who we love. that is more than more than richard nixon, more than dwight d. eisenhower. you know, he won the second world war, in all fairness. more than the bushes, but i mean by a lot. but that is with 17 people. that means our message is unbelievable. i want to thank all of the loyal people, because i have such loyal, unbelievable people, and they displayed that just yesterday in cleveland, where what is going to be so amazing. but they displayed it. it was on display, where we had this group of people, many of whom i have known, and i will not say because for party unity, i will say they are wonderful people. "never trump." they said. "never trump." "never trump." they got crushed, and they got crushed immediately, because people want what we are saying to happen. they are tired of a country that has horrible trade deals, that has no borders, that has taxes
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that are through the roof -- highest taxed nation, just about, in the world -- that has regulations that do not allow you to start a business and destroy your business if you do start. by the way, speaking of destroying businesses, we are going to take care of the miners and the steelworkers. we are going to put them back to work. [applause] mr. trump: so they are tired of it. but i want to thank all of those people, the delegates on the different committees because boy, was that something? unfortunately, the vote was very
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late, but essentially we had 112 -- this was the vote that was going to put it on the floor and we would have a big fight --we are not going to have a fight. people agree. they want the wall, they want the borders, they want these things to happen. [applause] mr. trump: and what we are doing that i'm so proud of, and nobody else would even think about doing, i have fought very hard for it. we will call it the "johnson amendment," where he took away from the evangelicals -- and i want to thank the evangelicals, because without the evangelicals, i could not have won this nomination. the evangelicals have been unbelievable. i dominated with the evangelicals. a lot of people were surprised. they say he is not perfect, but you know what? they know i'm going to get the job done, and they are really smart. [applause] mr. trump: and i said, for the evangelicals, that we are going to do something that nobody has even tried to do. you have the johnson amendment passed by lyndon johnson and his group. he was a powerful president who knew how to get things done. he got bogged down in a war that destroyed him. but he was a powerful president, and we call it the johnson amendment. where you are absolutely shunned if you are evangelical, if you want to talk religion, you lose
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your tax-exempt status. we put, into the platform, we are going to get rid of that horrible johnson amendment. [applause] mr. trump: we are going to let evangelicals, we are going to let christians and jews and people of religion talk without being afraid to talk. i saw this -- i had so many great leaders, so many times, up to my office. the absolute top evangelical leaders, christian leaders, jewish leaders. believe it or not, some muslim leaders. people are going to be surprised to hear that. i had the top leaders up to my office and i said, why is it that you are so powerful as an individual, and yet, when you get out there, you are sort of timid? they did not know how to answer the question. it took two or three meetings before i figured it out. one great, great gentleman that everybody knows, but whose name
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i will not reveal, said, mr. trump, we live in fear in our churches and synagogues. we live in fear that we are going to lose our tax-exempt status if we say anything that is even slightly political. and i looked out the window, i was in trump tower, and pointed to people walking down the street. i said, they have the right to speak, and you don't. that means they are more powerful than you are. we need to do something about it. how did it start? how did it start? and they said it started because of lyndon johnson. and he actually had a problem in texas with a certain religious leader and he did this and got it done, and we are going to undo it, so that religious leaders in this country, and those unbelievable people -- and not because they backed me in such large numbers -- but so that religion can again have a voice. because religion's voice has
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been taken away, and we are going to change that. [applause] mr. trump: all right. back to mike pence. so, one of the primary reasons i chose mike was, i looked at indiana -- and i won indiana big. remember, indiana was going to be the firewall -- that is where trump was going down. the agreed i would win pennsylvania and new york and all these places. but indiana was going to be the firewall, so i got to study indiana and i got to study new york and a lot of other places, and i saw how nafta, signed by bill clinton, has drained our manufacturing jobs. drained us like we have never been drained before. nafta, again, signed by bill clinton. nafta is the worst economic deal in the history of our country. manufacturing down in some states 65%. it is a horror show. moving to mexico, moving to
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other places. i have a friend who is a great builder. what he builds his plans. he does not build buildings, he builds plans, the biggest in the world from what i hear. i said, how is business? i was with him the other day. how is business? he goes, unbelievable. i said really, wow, i am surprised. why is it unbelievable? because i think of him as building in this country. he said, donald, what we are doing in mexico, you will never believe. he said we are building plants in mexico the likes of which we have never seen. i said what about this country? "not much," that was the expression. he said exactly that. "not much." i said but mexico? he said, you have never seen anything like it. it is incredible. folks, that is going to stop. we are going to reverse it. we are going to bring our jobs back to our country. we cannot be with stupid people anymore.
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and he was better than a pollster, better than a consultant to i would say how are we doing, and you get a report that costs you millions of dollars. that does not cost me millions. me, i give them $10,000. [laughter] mr. trump: for other people, millions. it costs other campaigns million. a guy like this is better than anybody you can hire to do a report, and he did not say it from the standpoint of he is upset about it, just fact. "how are we doing?" "unbelievable in mexico." in fact, he actually said "i have never seen anything like it." and if you look, ford is building massive plants there instead of in michigan. and we want them to build in michigan. and you know that i know how to do that, so easy. so easy. but they are not going to do and they are not going to take advantage of us without retribution.
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there are consequences when you fire thousands of people and move to another country and think you are going to make your product and sell in here. there are consequences. and those consequences are going to keep companies in our country. everybody knows what the consequences are, but i will not say that because i am much more interested right now in mike. indiana's unemployment rate --and this was the primary reason i wanted mike, other than he looks very good, other than he has an incredible family, incredible wife and family -- karen is amazing. [applause] mr. trump: incredible family. highly respected. expected to go for another four years. he would have a won, i think, very easily in indiana. indiana, their unemployment rate has fallen, when he was there, when he started, 8.4% when he was governor to less than 5% in may of 2016.
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since january 2013, indiana's labor force has increased by more than 186,000 jobs. you have to understand. i have gone around to all of these things. to all of them. every time i have statisticians, i say give me the stats on this state, and it is always bad. down, down, down. down 40%, 50%, 60% in some cases. here's somebody where it has gone up. private-sector job growth is up by more than 147,000 jobs since 2013. that is, like, very unusual. governor pence balanced the budget. can you imagine a balanced budget? our budget is so out of whack. he balanced the budget. they do not know what that means. governor pence balanced the budget, produced a surplus, and maintains a $2 billion reserve fund. it is also rated aaa, their bonds.
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aaa. very few states have that, aaa. the best. that is as good as you can get, whether you are a company or a state. aaa. indiana was recently recognized by "chief executive" magazine as the number one state in the midwest for business, number one. and it is not even close. there are approximately 34,000 fewer hoosiers on unemployment insurance now than there were when mike pence took office. so you have fewer hoosiers, fewer people from indiana. besides that, bobby knight, my friend, who really did help me. if you want a reference, bobby knight in indiana, we love bobby knight. he agrees with everything i am saying. he loves the governor.
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indiana has the second lowest unemployment rate in the nation for veterans, where nobody is fighting for the veterans like i am fighting for the veterans. the veterans have been left behind. [applause] mr. trump: if you remember a few months ago, hillary clinton said really, they are doing much better, the v.a. is doing much better. they are doing a much better job than people give it credit for. people are dying in line, waiting five or six days for doctors. they cannot even see a doctor. it is a scandal. take a look at what is happening with the v.a. in arizona. just the veterans administration, it is a scandal. it is corrupt, it is incompetent, it is a scandal. and hillary clinton thought it was just fine. and, boy, am i going to win big with the veterans. we know that for a fact. [applause]
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mr. trump: so it is now 2.4% for veterans, in 2013 when mike pence took office, the rate for veterans was 6.7%. it was first in the nation, one of the bad ones. now it is the best. got them jobs. indianapolis is ranked second in top 10 metro areas for young college graduates. that is a great thing. they will stay there. that is a great thing. and mike worked hard on that. he was telling me that was not easy. under governor pence's leadership, indiana enacted the biggest k-12 funding increase in history. so you are balancing the budget and giving more money to education.
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isn't that a great thing? [applause] mr. trump: indiana has just about the largest school choice program in america. school choice is where it is at. if you want to get your schools better, you have got to get rid of common core, fast. governor pence enacted the largest income tax cut in the state's history. think about that. cutting taxes and balancing the budget. and along with corporate tax reform, just about number one in the country. cnbc ranked indiana first in the nation for its infrastructure. so with all of these cuts and all of these balancing budgets, we are spending more money on education and infrastructure is kept up. that had so much -- look, as a builder, nobody in the history of this country has ever known so much about infrastructure as donald trump. i build infrastructure. do i know how to build a wall? do i know how to build infrastructure. it is very interesting. we are building -- i won --
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which is amazing in the obama administration -- i won the right to have the old post office building on pennsylvania avenue, right by the white house. it is amazing, probably the best location, one of the most sought after projects by the gsa general service. i like what is going to happen. ivanka and eric and don did a great job on it. and we are going to have an opening very soon. i thought the other day i was going over the numbers, we are under budget and about a year, actually more than a year, we are a year ahead of schedule and under budget substantially, and the quality of the work is even better than we were originally going to do. [applause] mr. trump: when i explained to a government representative that we are under budget and ahead of schedule, they almost fell off, because they have never heard those words before. so when i see what happened to indiana, which was having tremendous problems, when i see
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what happened to indiana under mike's work, and his predecessor did a great job, by the way, who is now at purdue, who is now purdue, when i see what happened with respect to the numbers, the state, and everything else, that, to me, was probably the single most important one. because it is something that has not happened, almost has not happened, in this whole country. the turnaround and strength of indiana has been incredible, and i learned that when i campaigned there, and i learned that when i won that state in a landslide, and i learned that when governor pence, under tremendous pressure from establishment people, endorsed somebody else -- but it was more of an endorsement for me, if you remember.
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he talked about trump, and then he talked about ted -- who is a good guy, by the way, who is going to be speaking at the convention -- ted cruz, good guy. but he talked about ted and then drop, and then back to ted. so who did he endorse? so even though he was under pressure, someone outside of the establishment, it was the single greatest non-endorsement i have ever had. [applause] mr. trump: so with that, i would like to introduce a man who i truly believe will be outstanding in every way and will be the next vice president of the united states. governor mike pence. thank you. thank you, everybody. thank you. [applause]
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gov. pence: on behalf of my family, here and looking on, would you join me in thanking donald trump, melania, and his entire family for the sacrifices that they are making to make america great again? [applause] [cheers] gov. pence: and i thank donald trump, for the confidence you have placed in us, and i accept your invitation to run and serve as vice president of the united states of america. [applause] gov. pence: i come to this
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moment deeply humbled but with a grateful heart. grateful to god for his amazing grace. grateful to my wonderful wife, karen, and our three incredible kids, michael, charlotte, and audrey. and grateful to those builder, this fighter, this patriotic american who has set aside a legendary career in business to build a stronger america. donald j. trump. [applause] gov. pence: and let me say, having had the privilege to spend time with this man and his family out of the limelight, i know what all of america will soon know even better. these are good people. donald trump is a good man, and he will make a great president of the united states of america. [applause] gov. pence: donald trump understands the frustrations and the hopes of the american people like no leader since ronald reagan. the american people are tired.
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we are tired of being told. we are tired of being told that this is as good as it gets. we are tired of having politicians, in both parties in washington, d.c., tell us "we will get to those problems tomorrow." as ronald reagan said, we are tired of being told that a little intellectual elite in a far distant capital can plan our lives better for us than we can plan them ourselves. donald trump gets it, and he understands the american people. [applause] gov. pence: i truly am deeply humbled to be at his side today. when i got this call last wednesday, i could only think of that ancient question. "who am i, the lord?" and who is my family, that you have brought us this far?
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let me try and answer that question for a few minutes. the people who know me well know i am a pretty basic guy. i am a christian, a conservative, and a republican, in that order. [applause] gov. pence: while i am currently -- i currently have the privilege of serving the state that i love, i am really just a small town boy who grew up in southern indiana with a big family and a cornfield in the backyard. like donald trump, my grandfather immigrated to this country, and in many ways, i grew up with a front row seat to the american dream. i watched my mom and dad build everything that matters -- a family, business, and a good name. the heroes of my youth were john f. kennedy and the reverend dr. martin luther king jr. i actually started politics in the other party. but when i came of age, i was inspired by the ideals and the eloquence of our 40th president, and i became a republican.
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the most important thing in my life is that, 31 years ago, i married the girl of my dream, karen pence, who will make a great second lady of the united states of america. [applause] gov. pence: and while this office is an extraordinary office to which to aspire, the highest role i will ever play is "d, a, d." i am a proud father of the college student, a graduate turned writer, and a united states marine. [cheers] [applause]
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gov. pence: you know, my career, i ran for congress before the republican revolution led by newt gingrich in 1994. i was not successful. whether opposing no child left behind, the wall street bailout, single day for taxpayers and fiscal responsibility when i was a member of the congress of the united states. lost, ie republicans was unanimously elected to serve in leadership and we fought back against the nancy pelosi congress, opposed obama care, tax increases. i was part of the team that law the congress back from democrat control in 2010. [applause]
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and all that happened before i went back home again to indiana. but i want to say i answered this call for two reasons. first, because i know from firsthand experience that strong, republican leadership can bring about real change like we have seen in the hoosier state. secondly, because hillary clinton must never become president of the united states of america. [applause] knowe first point, i'm what i'm talking about. you can build a growing economy on balance budget, low taxes,
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while making record investments. we like to say indiana is a state that works and it does. indiana works because republican principles work every time you put them into practice. we have a $2 billion surplus in the highest credit rating in the nation and businesses have created nearly 150,000 new jobs and we have more hoosiers going to work than ever before in the 200 year history of the great state of indiana. that is what republican leadership gets you. and let me say from my heart, that is what the no-nonsense leadership of donald j trump will bring to washington dc elections are about choices and i also joined this ticket because the choice could not be more clear, the stakes could not
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be higher. americans can choose a leader who will fight to make america safe and prosperous again and bring real change or we can elect someone who literally personifies the failed establishment in washington, d.c. seven point five years of barack obama and hillary clinton's policies have weakened america's place in the world and steiff and our nations economy. terrorist attacks at home and abroad, grim and heartbreaking scenes from france a few short days ago, the attempted coup in a worldll attest to spinning apart. us how weakness arouses people. hillary clinton and barack obama is a foreign policy of leading lines,hind, moving red
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and the rise of isis is a testament to this truth of history and we must bring a change to america's stand in the world. we cannot have a four more years apologizing to our enemies and abandoning our friends. forica needs to be strong the world to be safe. donald trump will lead from strength. he will rebuild the arsenal of democracy, stand with our allies and hunt down and destroy the enemies of our freedom. [applause] and at home, the choice is just as clear. hillary clinton plans to raise taxes.
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trump is committed to repeal obama care, hillary clinton looks at obamacare as a good start and wants to take socialized medicine. hillary clinton promised an energy plan that would close on american coal mines and put coal miners out of work. where donald trump wants to build a wall and temporarily suspend immigration from countries compromised by terrorism, hillary clinton plans to ignore the supreme court, reimpose executive amnesty, and would increase our refugee program by more than 500%. and where donald trump will appoint justices like the late
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antonin scalia who will uphold our constitution, hillary clinton will support supreme court justices who will legislate from the bench, and rewrite our second amendment. to every american who shares our convictions, i say to you, join us. for the sake of our security, for the sake of our prosperity, for the sake of a supreme court that will never turn its back on our god-given liberties, let's come together. as a party and a people and a movement to make america great again, and that day begins when donald trump weekends -- becomes the 45th president of the united states of america. thank you for the honor. thank you for your support, and god bless the united states of america. [cheers and applause] ♪
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>> republican presidential candidate donald trump to let the two of them had to the national convention in cleveland to become the republican ticket after the delegates have their say. we will have every minute of the convention live beginning monday and you can listen on the c-span radio app. all this month, c-span has been taking a look back at past conventions. we will show you the 1976 republican convention. at that time, gerald ford and ronald reagan were in a close


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