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representing my commonwealth and the senate. i work on the armed services and foreign relations committee to keep us safe at home and strong in the world. [cheers] committeethe budget with our great democratic leaders, a spectacular senator who used to be a manner -- a mayor from vermont, bernie sanders. [cheers] and, everybody, we all should bern and we should all not want to get burned by the other guy. [cheers]
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on that budget committee, we fight for investments, education, health care, research and transportation. i also serve on the committee to make sure that seniors have a secure retirement and don't get targeted by ripoff artists who was scammed out of their savings or overcharge them for prescription drugs. [cheers] can i tell you a funny thing about the senate? [cheers] that sounds like a yes. time withlot of republican senators who once they have made sure that nobody is listening, will tell you how fantastic a senator that hillary clinton was.
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[cheers] look, this journey that i've told you about has convinced me, has convinced me over and over again that god has created in our country a beautiful and rich tapestry, an incredible cultural diversity that succeeds when we embrace everybody and battle back, the dark forces of division. we are all neighbors. we must love neighbors as ourselves. hillary clinton and i son com paneros de alma. [cheers] we share this is simply. -- simple belief.
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do all the good you can and serve one another. [cheers] that is what i'm about. that is what you are about. that is what bernie sanders is about. bidens what joe and jill are about. that is what barack and michelle obama are about and that is what hillary clinton is about. [cheers] si se puede! [cheers] yes we can. yes we can. [cheers]
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last week, last week in cleveland we heard a lot about trump. let's talk about trust. i want to tell you why i trust hillary clinton. [cheers] first, she's consistent. she has battled to put kids and families first since she was a teenager. in good times and bad. in victory and defeat. in and out of office through hell or high water fighting for underprivileged kids working at the children's defense fund. biting to get health insurance for 8 million low income children. fighting for the well-being of
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women and children around the world. [cheers] can offer you a little tip? when you want to know something about the character of somebody in public life, look to see if beganave a passion that long before they were in office. and that they have consistently held it since their career. [cheers] do they have a passion, did it start before they were in office, have a help onto it consistently? hillary has a passion for kids and families. [cheers] passion, it has a is himself. [cheers] hillary, it is not just words and a competence.
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she delivers as a senator. she battled after 9/11. he went to the towers, went to the pentagon and save the victims of the terrorist attacks. as secretary of state, she implemented tough sanctions against iran to pay the way for a diplomatic rate through to curtail -- breakthrough to curtail a nuclear weapons program. she was not afraid, she was not afraid. to stand upafraid to dictators. they decided to go to the end of the earth to wipe out osama bin laden is. -- osama bin laden. [cheers]
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did y'all remember the little girl we heard from on monday night was worried that her parents would be deported? trusts hillary to keep them together. [cheers] member -- do you remember the mothers of the movement last night? [cheers] they said they trust hillary to sons and mothers' daughters safe. and on a personal level, as he is serving our nation abroad, i ourt hillary clinton with sons life. [cheers]
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you know who i don't trust? i wonder. donald trump. guy who promises a lot but, you may have noticed, he has a way of saying the same two words every time he makes his biggest, he just promises. believe me. it is going to be great, believe me. we are to build a wall and make mexico pay for, believe me. [laughter] we are going to destroy issa so fast, believe me. [laughter] there is nothing suspicious and my tax returns, believe me. [laughter] [cheers] by the way, does anybody in this
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massive auditorium believe that donald trump's been paying his fair share of taxes? >> nooo! >> does anybody here believe that donald trump ought to release his tax returns is like every other presidential candidate in modern history? [cheers] of course he should. donald, what are you hiding? , donald still says believe me. believe me. [laughter] believe me. believe me. peoplethe thing, most when they run for president, they don't just say believe me, they respect you enough to tell you how they will get things
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done. [cheers] that is what most people who run for president to. -- do. in fact, he can go on hillary right now and find out exactly how she will make the biggest investment in new jobs in a generation. how she will defend and build on wall street reforms, how she will reform our immigration system to create a path to citizenship how she will make it possible to graduate from college debt-free. you will see how she will protect roe be weighed, or to equal pay for women and make paid family a reality. [cheers] -- family leave a reality. [cheers] all it takes is one click and we can see how she will do it, how she will pay with -- for it and how we will benefit by it. not donald trump.
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not donald trump. he never tells you how he is going to do any of the things he says he will do. he just says, believe me. [laughter] question, here's the question, do you really believe him? >> no! donald trump's whole career says he better not. small contractors, companies just like my dad's believe him, leave him cut when he said -- believed him when they said he would pay the casino. they do the work, hung the drywall, for the concrete, but a year after opening, donald trump up bankruptcy, he walked away with millions and they got pennies on the dollar. some of them went out of business. believed donald trump. >> boo!
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retirees and families in florida, they believed donald trump when he said he would build up some condos. thousands of them. they paid their deposits but the condos, they were never built. he just pocketed their money and walked away. they lost tens of thousands of dollars all because they believed donald trump. believedfter charity donald trump when he said they would contribute to that. thousands of trump university students leave -- believed donald trump when he said he would help them succeed. they got stiffed. >> boo! >> he says believe me, his creditors, his contractors, his laid off employees, and his ripped off students did just that and they all got hurt. folks, you cannot believe one
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word that comes out of donald trump's mouth [cheers] . [cheers] not one word. not one word. [cheers] not one word. >> not one word. not one word. >> i will tell you. me, it seems like our nation is too great to put in the hands of a slip talking, empty promising self-promoting one-man wrecking crew. [cheers] but don't take it from me, don't take it from me.
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take it from former first lady barbara bush. barbara bush says she does not know how any woman could vote for him after his offensive comments to women. [cheers] any woman. or john mccain's chief economic adviser during the 2008 race who estimates that donald trump's promises would cost america to jobs..5 million or the independent analysts who found that donald trump tax plan given to the wealthy and biggest $30orations would rack up trillion in debt. or how about this? , the republican governor o who had the honor of hosting the republican convention in cleveland, but would not attend because he
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thinks donald trump is such a moral disaster. [cheers] or take it from the guy who cowrote donald trump's autobiography, here is what he said about donald trump. lying is second nature to him. so do you believe him? >> no! >> how about the side, do you believe him? >> no!! >> is there anyone in this old and who believes them?! -- him? >> no! the next president will face many challenges, we better elect a candidate who has proven she can be trusted with the job. [cheers] who has proven
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that she is ready for the job and when i say ready, i use ready for a specific reason. when i lived in honduras, i learned something. the best complement you could pay to somebody was to say that they were listo. ready. gente, amable, rico. listo because in spanish prepared, up for anything, never backing down. friends, hillary clinton is lista! [cheers] she is ready. [cheers]
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she's ready because of her faith, because of her heart, she is ready because of her experience and she is ready because she knows that in america, we are stronger when we are together. [cheers] my fellow democrats, this week we start the next chapter in our great and proud story. thomas disclaimed all men were equal and abigail remember the women. woodrow brokered the peace and eleanor broke down the barrier. jack told us what to ask and lyndon answer the call. martin had a dream and dolores said si se puede. the built a bridge into 21st century and brca buzz hope and now -- barack gave us hope
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and hillary is ready to fight and win. god was all the and onto victory. [cheers] thank you, philadelphia! [cheers] ♪
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it to hillary clinton becomes the first woman to accept a major political nomination for president of the united states and you have your many convenient options for watching the entire speech. watch her historic live acceptance speech. >> now, former new york city mayer michael bloomberg. ♪
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thank you.rg: thank you. asim, thank you for the kind introduction. and let me hang all of you for welcoming an outsider here, to deliver -- [applause] an outsider, to deliver what will be an unconventional convention speech. here as a member of any party. or to endorse any party platform. i am here for one reason. to explain why i believe it is imperative that we elect hillary clinton as the next president of the united states. [applause] mr. bloomberg: and to ask you to
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join with me in supporting her this november. you know, when the founding fathers arrived here in philadelphia to forge a new nation, they didn't come as , or tots or republicans nominate a presidential candidate. they came as patriots who feared party politics, and i know how they felt. i have been a democrat, i have been a republican, and i have ann -- i eventually became independent, because i don't believe that either party has a monopoly on good ideas or strong leadership. [applause] thebloomberg: when i enter voting booth each time, i look at the candidates, not the party label. --ave supported electorate elected officials from both side of the aisle, and probably, not many people in this room can say that. but i know there are many
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watching at home who can. and now, they are carefully weighing their choices. i understand their dilemma. i know what it is like to have neither party fully represent my views or values. too many republicans, blame immigrants for the problems. they stand in the way of action on climate change and gun violence. meanwhile, many democrats, i think wrongly, blame the private sector for our problems and they stand in the way of action on education and deficit reduction. there are times when i disagree with hillary clinton. but let me tell you, whatever our disagreements may be, i have come here to say, we must put them aside for the good of our country. [applause] and we must unite
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around the candidate who can defeat a dangerous demagogue. [applause] mr. bloomberg: i believe it is the duty of all american citizens to make our voices heard by voting in this election. are not yet registered to vote, go online and do it now. this is too important to sit out. [applause] now, we have: heard a lot of talk in this campaign about needing a leader who understands business. i couldn't agree more. i built a business, and i didn't start it with a million-dollar check from my father. [applause] mr. bloomberg: because of my success in the private sector, i had the chance to run america's or 12 years,
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governing in the wake of its greatest tragedy. today, as an independent and an entrepreneur and a former mayor, i believe we have it -- need a president who is a problem solver, not a bomb thrower. [applause] mr. bloomberg: someone who can bring members of congress together to get big things done, and i know hillary can do that, because i saw it first hand. i was elected mayor two months , as a republican. and i saw how hillary worked with republicans in washington to ensure new york got the help they needed to recover and rebuild. throughout her time in the her timees, throughout in the senate, we didn't always agree, but hillary clinton always listened. and that is the kind of approach we need in washington today, and it just has to start in the white house. [applause]
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given myberg: background, i will often encourage business leaders to run for office, because many of them share the same pragmatic approach to building consensus. but not all. most of us who have created a business know there -- we are only as good as how our employees, clients, and customers view was. most of us don't pretend we are smart enough to make every decision by ourselves, and most of us who have our names on the door know we are only as good as our word. but not donald trump. [applause] mr. bloomberg: through his career, the donald trump has left behind has left behind a record ofented or -- bankruptcies, lawsuits, angry stockholders, and congress mergers -- contractors who feel they have been tricked -- they
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have been cheated. trump wants to run the nation like he runs his business? god help us. [applause] i am a newrg: yorker, and i know a con when i see one. [applause] mr. bloomberg: trump says he will punish manufacturers that moved to mexico or china. cells areothes he made overseas at low-wage factories. he says he wants to put americans back to work, but he games the visa-- system so he can hire low-wage workers. he says he wanted a port -- wants to deport undocumented
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people, but he seems to have no problem hiring them. what did i miss here? truth be told, the richest thing about donald trump is his hypocrisy. [applause] mr. bloomberg: he wants you to believe that we can solve our biggest problems by deporting mexicans and shutting out muslims. he wants you to believe that erecting trade barriers will bring back good jobs. he is wrong on both counts. we can only solve our biggest problems if we come together and embrace the freedoms that our founding fathers established right here in philadelphia. which permitted our ancestors to create the great american exceptionalism that all of us now enjoy. donald trump doesn't understand that. hillary clinton does. [applause] and we can only
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create good jobs if we make smarter investments in infrastructure, and do more to support small businesses, not stiff them. donald trump doesn't understand that. hillary clinton does. [applause] i understand the appeal of a businessman president. but trumps business plan is a disaster in the making. he would make it harder for small businesses to compete, do great damage to the economy, threaten the retirement savings of millions of americans, lead to greater debt and more employment, erode our influence around the world and make our communities less safe. the bottom line is, donald trump is a risky, reckless and radical choice, and we can't afford to make that choice. [applause] now, i knowg:
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hillary clinton is not flawless. no candidate is. but she is the right choice, and the responsible choice in this election. [applause] mr. bloomberg: and no matter you may think about her politics or her record, hillary clinton understands that this is not reality television. this is reality. [applause] she understands the job of president. it involves finding solutions, not pointing fingers. offering hope, not stoking fear. country'sourse of our proud history, we have faced our share of grave challenges. but we have never retreated in fear. never. in here in philadelphia 1863,not at gettysburg in not through two world wars and
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the great depression, not at wall, not after 9/11. we must not start now. [applause] america, america is the greatest country on earth. -- people come here. the presidency of the united states is the most powerful office in the world. i say to my fellow independence, your votes matter now. your vote will determine the future of your job, your business, and our future together as a country. this election is not a choice between a democrat and a republican. it is a choice between who is better to lead our country right now. [applause] ourbloomberg: better for economy, better for our security, better for our
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freedom, and better for our future. there is no doubt in my mind that hillary clinton is the right choice this november. [applause] so tonight, as an independent, i am asking you to of party me, not out loyalty, but out of love of country. together,er, and let's select a sane, confident person with international experience. [applause] unifier who isa mature enough to reach out for advice, to build consensus and to recognize that we all have something to contribute. hillary clinton as the next president of the greatest country in the world, the united states of america. thank you. [applause]
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, we took a tour of one of the centers. [video clip] >> here we are in another one of our exhibitions called headed to the white house. this will be throughout the election year and it is about celebrating the election and teaching about the presidential election process and all the different parts of the constitution in the process. it is broken up into four sections, so you're learning how to be the candidate, thinking about how you would join the race if you would be a candidate, and then you get to the section called earned a nomination. this is the part where you get
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to worry about the primary process, how that works, go to the convention, do things like make your own campaign button, get a sticker, say, vote for me for president. like i said, we are in the so it has section, polls that look like you are on the floor and it talks about each estate and their primaries. you can watch footage from past conventions and to get the excitement and feeling of what happens on the floor of the it will belike happening and told all week. we also have great artifacts, artifacts of conventions past, funny hats that people would wear, different things you would get at the convention, a souvenir, a tasty cake from the republican national convention the last time it was held in fun, so just really interactive activities, all about role-playing and putting yourself in the shoes. in the end, you go into the oval office and he can sit and take a
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photo behind the oval office ask as president. it is just national constitution center president and ceo will join political science professer robin to analyze secretary
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clinton's historical and cultural impact. be sure to watch at 7:00 eastern this morning. this is about 45 minutes. >> please welcome lee daniels. [cheers]
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♪ >> i'm here because the next president of the united states invited me. [cheers] i was scared at first. i wondered if hillary really new highlight was -- who i was. not just the work at entertainment, but who i really am. who is leading else? -- lee daniels? does she know that my sisters under house arrest? does she know that my brother is in jail? nephew isnow that my in jail. but my cousins are in and out of jail? that my father was a police
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officer shot and murdered right here in philadelphia when i was 15? this even know that i've been to jail? that at the america i know. rise.ill i [cheers] it hit me like a brick. hillary does it. couragewhat gave me the y'come and speak in front of all tonight. hillary has done with families who have stood with people due to gun violence. she helped turn their heart
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aching to action. me whene was around for my dad died. -- she was around for me when my dad died. hillary understand our right to bear guns, but was to stop guns from cutting into the wrong hands. wrongm getting into the hands. [cheers] each yearricans die from gun violence. that is 90 people a day. enough. [cheers] we need to take action. and we need to take action now. there is only one candidate the gun lobbye on and keep our families safe.
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[cheers] i'm bad at this teleprompter stuff. millennials, who come from where i come from, who doesn't think that you have a voice, you do. 't no choice. this is the most important election of our lifetime. come november, vote for her. hillarybless you, clinton. and godless america. america.ess [cheers]
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>> it takes about five minutes for church bells to ring 49 times. know this because last month, my son christopher and his boyfriend juan and 47 others were murdered at a club in orlando. child.pher was my only he couldn't be better than perfect. [cheers] he had so many friends, two of
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whom are you tonight representing hundreds and hundreds more. people life he brought together. in high school, he won the anne frank humanitarian award for starting the gay straight alliance. [cheers] christopher is grandparents met and fell in love in a japanese internment camp. it was in his dna that love always trumps hate. [cheers]
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christopher was a big hillary supporter. that is why i'm here. so that i can tell you about the day he was born. at the time, i was a michigan state trooper. [cheers] labor, the into hospital for my off-duty got in a say. i do not argue. policiesmmonsense gun stabilize. [cheers] -- save lives. [cheers]
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the weapon that murdered my son, fired 30 rounds in one minute. orlando city commissioner pointed out the terrible math. one minute for a gun to fire some a shot, five minutes for bells to honor some allies. -- so many lives. commonsense gun policy was in place the day he was born. but where was that common sense the day he died? [cheers]
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i never want you to ask the question about your child. that is why i support hillary clinton. [cheers] >> please welcome senator chris
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murphy from connecticut. [cheers] >> thank you very much. thank you. days when i wish i had not been there. there are moments when i dreaded to forget the things i saw, the things i heard that soul crushing morning and sandy cook -- sandy hook connecticut. the mind altering paralyzing sorry that comes with losing a child to get violence. it is fundamental. only those who live it know it. of 21stwn, families graders and their sick teachers -- six teachers live with it every minute of every day. across the country, unbelievably, 90 families joined them. my older son is the same age at those kids in sandy hook.
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she just finished first grade. my wife and i are the same age as the parents. i am furious. rious that in-- fu years, three years of almost daily bloodshed in the cities, the republican congress has done absolutely nothing to prevent the next massacre. >> boo! >> a sense of outrage that i've never felt before. drove me to is what stand on the floor of the united states senate to demand change for 15 hours. [cheers] today because i want a president who shares that same sense of outrage. outrage that the gun lobby fights to keep open glaring
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loopholes that 90% of americans want closed. suspectedy -- terrorist can walk into a gun store and walk out with a military style semiautomatic weapon, hillary clinton not have to make fighting to balance a centerpiece of her campaign, i'm sure people told her it was not worth the political risk, but she held firm. she stood up to the nra and hillary clinton pledged to take washington back from the gun lobby. [cheers] donald trump, when he sees gun violence devastating our communities, it is just like everything else. he sees it as an opportunity. another opportunity to convince americans that they should fear one another. another opportunity to do the baiting of the gun lobby.
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90% of americans want the background check system expanded to cover more gun sales so dangerous weapons don't fall into the wrong hands. but donald trump says in his first hour in the oval office, he will rollback safeguards we already have an even more sinister, he said by the end of his first day in office, he will mandate that every school in america allows guns in the classroom. think about that for a moment. of all the things that donald trump in a promised to do on his first day of office, he chose weakening background checks and putting guns in elementary school. this is a fate we cannot accept. my friends, there is no reason to feel helpless about the horrifying trajectory cascading massacres. we can change this. smart gun policy like background checks come it can make this country safer. i stood on the floor of the united states senate for 15
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hours because i had had enough. enough of children dying in our classrooms. [cheers] enough of the nightly bloodshed on the city streets. enough of police officers being outgunned, ambushed and cut down in the line of duty. i've had enough. [cheers] time to takeit is washington back from the gun lobby. [cheers] and i know just how to do it. i want you to start, i want you to start by texting the word law. you will turn yourself into an activist and then, you will go and elect hillary clinton as the next president of the united states. she is a leader who have the empathy and the guts to declare with every fiber in her being
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that we have had enough. [cheers] thank you. [cheers] >> my wedding was on the left think that plan with my mom. it was a very bittersweet day. one big reminder of the giant hole where she used to be. my mom was a best friend. she was the type of principal who knew the name of every child in her school. she knew the siblings, could probably take how many dogs and what breed they were. of december 14, i got an emergency alert that said there is a shooting at sandy h
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ook. got myed my purse and i kids and went storming to the car. i kept thinking, this isn't real. i knew i was going to wake up from about. -- a bad dream. we waited and waited. they told us if you are in this room, it is because your family member is not coming out. it wasn't until the first time i 47, female,ng, age deceased. cause of death, multiple gunshot wounds. i realize my mom did not die, she was murdered. and that made me angry. that made me act.
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hillary clinton is the only candidate that has what it takes to take on the gun lobby. no one is biting harder t -- f reform theder to laws. reminds me of my mother. i believe in her. millions of other americans believe her. there is finally someone who can change things. [cheers] please welcome erica smegielski from prospect, connecticut. [cheers] ♪ >> i should not be here tonight. i don't want to be here tonight. , like so manyme
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americans watching on tv with my ominate the first woman to be president of the united states. [cheers] but, my mom was murdered. so i'm here. i'm here for the mothers and daughters who are planning weddings so that you get to watch your daughters walked down the aisle. i'm here for those lives cut short in a school, and a movie theater, and a church, at work, in the neighborhood or homes, because the voices should never be silent. [cheers] i'm here alone without my mother. powerny politicians behind the gun lobby instead of standing with americans. [cheers] another charleston
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or san bernardino or dallas or countless other acts of everyday gun violence that don't make the gun violence headlines. we don't need our teachers and kids was going to work in fear. mother need is another who is willing to do what is right. [cheers] whose bravery can live up in equal measure to my moms. elect hillarys to clinton at the 45th president of the united states amateur so that no other daughter has to say i would give every single day that i have left for just one more day with my mom. [cheers]
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charlese welcome ramsey. [cheers] [cheers] > when i was build up his i was commissioner, -- philadelphia's please 8mmissioner, we mourned police officers killed in the line of duty. after the attacks on police and police -- in dallas and baton rouge, the entire nation mourned it more. more. after 47 years in law enforcement and chicago, washington, dc and philadelphia, i've mourned far too many officers killed by guns.
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ned fartion, we've mour too many innocent people that have fallen victim to gun violence. we need moreay than greeting to protect our law enforcement officers. memory of those heroes who have followed. we need commonsense measures to reduce gun violence. [cheers] police need these commonsense measures and a leader who will fight for them. the englewood neighborhood on the south side of chicago. [cheers] the haze of gun violence hangs
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heavy there. my mother's -- brother's best friend was murdered not 50 feet from our house. he had refused to join a gang. a few years later, in that same location, a chicago police officer was shot dead in almost the same spot. he had been filling out the report and was murdered by three gang members. gun violence is not unique. it continues to visit neighborhoods across the united states. in policing, i s, i've seene crime the grieving families including families of police officers. i've seen the cost of gun violence. ever, we need a strong leader to stop the
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bloodshed. [cheers] a leader that will protect our officers from being outgunned by weapons of four. rebuild the bond between police and communities. [cheers] that is why i'm with hillary clinton. [cheers] hillary clinton is a strong leader. to protect our cops and committee from gun violence. she has stood with our first responders when we needed her most in the days after 9/11 to make sure they got the benefit they had earned and today, she supports comprehensive background checks and the assault weapons bans.
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[cheers] those who aim to do harm should not get a handgun, let alone an assault rifle. [cheers] hillary clinton is the study leader to shepherd us through this critical time. the bonds between law enforcement and communities are afraid. -- frayed. we need to champion our greatest hopes. hillary will. she will bring police and communities closer together. she will support those who feel forgotten. areas like chicago and southeast dcn north philadelphia. she will support dedicated police officers working to improve their communities. important as ever, hillary clinton will build bridges
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between communities and police. and ladies and gentlemen, that is better than building walls. [cheers] hillary clinton is the right person to become the 45th president of united states of america. [cheers] she will work to strengthen the bonds of trump and police in the community they serve. that is why she has my vote. [cheers] bless all of you, may god bless the men and women of law enforcement and may god bless the united states of america. [cheers] thank you. [cheers]
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>> please welcome angela bassett. [cheers] >> thank you. gathered to pray. , an outsider, a stranger and they welcomed him. then, he opened fire. he stole their lives. says -- taiwan sanders. susie jackson. daniel simmons. middleton. say their names. that is not enough.
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>> no! >> since the massacre at charleston church, more lives have been destroyed by gun violence. and hatred still threatens to tear us apart. after charleston, hillary clinton challenged all of us to turn our grief into action and we have to do that. there are days when it feels like our bodies and our minds are under too much pressure. then i remember that we have -- i think god that our souls are on fire. i visited charleston this year. i can tell you that that city's soul is on fire. that soul burns with resilience. it fuels the resistance. it brought down the confederate flag -- [cheers]
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and it brings the trusting community together closer everyday. we are honored to have charleston survivors, felicia sanders and paul shepherd here with us tonight. please join me in welcoming them. [cheers] ♪ >> good evening. we mean you no harm, the last words. my hero. gave -- two days later i
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forget the shooter. late hate destroy me -- let hate destroy me. [cheers] asked, how was he able to purchase the gun he used to kill so many? after that day, hillary clinton called on lawmakers to close the charleston loophole. [cheers] shooter even though the had an arrest record, as the days passed, he could still buy the gun. no one should feel what i have seen. feel how we feel. how we suffered. pray and tells us that
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turn from our wicked ways. god will forgive us and heal our land. he'd god's word and in turn, may god heal our nation. [cheers] amen. to heal we must forgive. charleston had hate in is hot. the shooter and heart -- orlando had hate in his heart. the shooter in dallas did too. so much hate. too much. love never fails. in this election, i choose hillary clinton. [cheers]
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hillary was in south carolina the day before the shooting and the date that followed, she talked about the hatred in our nation, the racism, the adjustment. we can't hide from the shootings. she calls on us to name them and to change them. together, we can fight for that change. together, we can heal. together we can love. thank you. [cheers] >> please welcome u.s. navy captain mark kelly. [cheers] ♪
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>> thank you. and you, everyone. [cheers] it is so great to be here in the great city of philadelphia. i speak you tonight as a proud son of two new jersey police officers. [cheers] veteran of 39, missions during operation desert storm, and of 25 years in the united states navy -- [cheers] astronaut whosa , my for missions into space decades as a pilot a military aficer and astronaut gave me unique perspective on our world. best.our country at its
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i also saw it, humanity, at its worst. from the cockpit of my basics -6 intruder, i saw america lead the international coalition that defeated saddam hussein. saw the devastating effects of war itself. planet as, i saw our a perfect blue marble just loading in the blackness of space. in the blackness of space. i also saw a receding glaciers and shrinking rainforests. at war and space, i saw the awesome extent of american power and capability. but it was so frustrating to return home and see how we struggle to address some of our
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greatest challenges. hillary is prepared to do the isis, advance our values, and protect our freedoms, hillary is ready to take on one of our countries greatest moral failures here at home, and that is the gun violence that is tearing so many of our communities apart. [cheers] we have to do better. and hillary knows we can. hillary knows that we can save lives by doing more to keep guns out of the wrong hands. and we know that as president, she will do what is right for our nation, not what is politically correct -- politically expedient. [cheers]
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she was dead up to the washington gun lobby that works to protect the shameful status quo. if we want to leave our kids and grandkids a country with less gun violence, not more, then we need to make sure that hillary clinton is our next president. [cheers] now, i want to introduce you to who is working to do just that. somebody who has taught me each and every day to deny they sentence of failure, somebody who does not give up and somebody who believes, like hillary does that we are stronger together. wife the awesome
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congresswoman debbie giffords. giffords. [cheers] ♪ [cheers] >> hello fellow democrats!
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[cheers] what a crowd. [cheers] i'm honored to be here today. we have important work ahead of us. work that will determine the future of our country. are you ready? [cheers] are you ready? [cheers] are you ready? [cheers] i'm ready. congress i learned a powerful lesson. strong women get things done. [cheers] hillary is tough.
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hillary is courageous. she will fight to make our families safer. in the white house, she will stand up to the gun lobby, that is why i am voting for hillary. [cheers] come january, i want to say these two words, madam president. [cheers] thank you very much.
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>> please welcome the brightest voices of broadly to sing in lost to gunhe lives violence. a live performance of the song what the world needs now is love. ♪ ♪
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>> the democratic national convention is live from philadelphia this week. watch every minute on c-span, and listen live on the free c-span radio app and keep up ith the latest developments. it's easy to download from the apple store or google play. watch the convention live or on demand any time on your desktop
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tablet or smart phone where you will find all of our convention overage and the full schedule. the democratic national convention live from philadelphia all this week on c-span, the c-span radio app and welcome martin>> please o'malley from maryland. ♪
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martin o'malley: thank you. [cheers] americans. my fellow americans, president of the united states is the toughest job in the world. manme here before you as a who knows hillary clinton well. her andorked alongside i have competed against her, and i'm here to tell you hillary clinton is as tough as they come. [cheers] she will stand up to isis. she will stand up to the russians. and with tim kaine at her side she will never stop fighting for
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our children and our families because hillary clinton knows when our families are strong, america is strong. [cheers] trump, he's a different story. he will not fight for us. he feeds off of economic fears and failures. stars of false divisions and ancient hate. turns anger into a political weapon. but my friends, anger never fed a hungry child, did it? anchor never protected a family's home or send a kid to college. anger never built a great republic. witt trump's nightmare. we believe in the american dream. we believe, as hillary clinton
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believes, that no american family who works hard should have to raise their children in poverty. donald trump on the other hand has actually said, "wages are too high." wages are too high? really, donald? i will tell you what is too high. college tuition is too high. [cheers] i will tell you what is too high. the cost of childcare, that is too high. [cheers] the number of american children who live in poverty, that is too high. donald trump's opinion of himself -- [laughter] that is way too high. [cheers]
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actually donald, american wages in fact are too low. our economy isn't money, did his people. it is all of our people. and hillary clinton in tim kaine will fight to make sure that every family who is willing to work hard can actually get ahead again in america. [cheers] on climate change, like you and me, and in fact like our children and grandchildren, hillary clinton believes in science. understands that climate change is not only a real threat, it is also the greatest job creation opportunity to come to the united states in 100 years. now donald trump on the other hand does not believe in science. he says, and again i quote, "the
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concept of global warming was created by and for the chinese." i will tell you what. if the chinese were really capable of designing some kind of diabolical farce to hurt america, they were not invent global warming. they would invent donald trump. [cheers] this much we know for sure, donald trump has been a bully his whole life. here is what i learned in elementary school on the playground. bullies are really just cowards in disguise. the america we love does not engage in torture. the america we love does not
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build walls and shameful for-profit prisons. the america we love does not lock up women and children in disgraceful immigrant detention camps. [cheers] unlike that immigrant-bashing carnival barker donald trump, hillary clinton understands the enduring symbol of united states of america is not of our wire fence, it is the statue of liberty. [cheers] and so my fellow democrats, anger and fear had their moment last week. but now it is our time. time to stand up for each other, stand up for our shared promise, stand up for the goodness and the hope in every american heart. it is time to put a bully racist in his place and a tough woman in hers. the white house.
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hillary clinton. tim kaine. stronger together. the country we carry in our hearts is waiting. [cheers] please welcome >> the former secretary of defense and director of the cia, leon panetta. [cheers] >> at this hour, and some very dangerous corners of the world, young americans are standing guard. our brave military and intelligence professionals are on the front lines far from
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home. us, fortheir lives for our freedom, our way of life. president, a commander-in-chief, has no greater responsibility, no greater responsibility than the decision to send our troops into harm's way. [cheers] worked alongside non-presidents. republican and democrat. believingenced, all in the u.s. role in world leadership. this, that in this election, there is only one candidate for president who has the experience, the temperament and the judgment to be
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commander-in-chief and that is hillary clinton. [cheers] this is no time, this is no time to gamble with our future. flashpoints and threats from around the globe. we need a president who is strong and smart encourages, who thers the oval office with respect of the generals and admirals who lead the military. with the confidence of diplomats who represent america and with the trust of our troops who know that she will always have their back. [cheers] that president is hillary clinton. [cheers]
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during my time as cia director, and secretary of defense, hillary was a strong supporter of our efforts to protect our homeland. to decimate al qaeda and to bring osama bin laden to justice. [cheers] decisions, to go after bin laden, long meetings in the white house. decisiond that fateful . i presented the intelligence to the president and to others weighing out the risks of the operation. and when the president went to ourthe table, country. security leadership, there were concerns. but hillary was clear. we have to go after bin laden.
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[cheers] and our special operations forces, god bless them, they just that. and they sent a clear message to the world, no one attacked the united states of america and gets away with it. [cheers] hillary is just as determined to defeat those who threaten us today. isis, al qaeda, boko haram, al-shabaab, terrorists who pervert the teachings of islam to kill innocent people going about their daily lives. traveling through airports in brussels and the scandal. families celebrating on the beachfront in france.
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and just this week, an 85-year-old priest whose throat was slit by terrorists who stormed his church during mass. these murderers must be stopped. [cheers] hillary clinton is the only candidate who has laid out a comprehensive fan -- plan to defeat and destroy isis and keep america safe. she is smart, principal, she is tough and she is ready. [cheers] hillary clinton is the single most experienced and prepare a person who has ever run for president of the united states. [cheers]
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meanwhile, donald trump says he gets his foreign-policy experience from watching tv and running the miss universe pageant. funny, but it is deadly serious. troops tomp asks our commit war crimes, endorses fromre, burnt our allies europe to asia and suggests that countries have nuclear weapons and he praises dictators from saddam hussein to vladimir putin. today, let me point
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out something that just happened today. again trump today once took russia's side. he asked the russians to interfere in american politics. think about that. >> boo! >> think about that for a moment. donald trump who was the president of the united states is asking one of our adversaries to engage in hacking and intelligent efforts against the united states of america to
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affect an election. >> boo! someone who is responsible fromrotecting our nation cyber attacks, it is inconceivable to me that any presidential candidate would be that irresponsible. i say this out of the firm mycern for the future of children and grandchildren, donald trump cannot become commander-in-chief. [cheers] in an unstable world, we cannot afford unstable leadership.
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we cannot afford someone who believes america should withdraw from the world, threatens our international treaties and violates our moral principles. we cannot afford an erratic finger on the nuclear weapons. [cheers] is no time to roll the dice and to gamble with america's national security or with the american dream. no doubt. i've lived that american dream. my parents were immigrants or mentally. -- italy. they came from ellis island. they made their way to california. they opened a restaurant. i can still remember standing on the chair in the back of that restaurant washing glasses. -- could i do
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agree that i would become secretary of defense of the most powerful military in the world. [cheers] the american dream -- usa.a usa usa! usa! usa! >> the american dream. the american dream that we've of has beenart appended in every generation by the brave men and women willing to fight and die for america. they are our greatest national treasures. [cheers]
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and they deserve a serious commander-in-chief. them, if webout care about our security him if we care about our freedoms, if we care about the american dream, there is only one choice, hillary clinton for president of the united states. [cheers] god bless you and god bless our nation. [cheers] life. [cheers] ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the vice president of the united states, joe biden. [cheers]
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>> thank you. thank you, thank you, thank you. i love you. [cheers] ladies and gentlemen, thank you, thank you. [cheers] i love you.
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gentlemen, eight years ago, i stood on the stage in denver. [cheers] nominationted your to be vice president of the united states. [cheers] then,ery single day since it has been the honor of our lives for joe and me, every day we have been grateful for brock and michelle -- barack and michelle joining them on the incredible journey. [cheers] a journey that can only happen in america. [cheers] we not only have worked together, as it has become obvious, we have become friends. we are now family. [cheers] where family.
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-- we are family. [cheers] you have all seen over the last eight years what president obama means to this country. [cheers] honor,he embodiment of resolve and character. one of the finest presidents we have ever had. [cheers] that is right. [cheers] this is a man of character. [cheers] he has become a brother to jill and me. and michelle, you are incredible. [cheers] you are incredible! [cheers]
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i was talking to brock today, it is no longer he will give the best speech, we know who did that. you are incredible monday night. night. incredible monday [cheers] the delaware delegation, as they barack and i married way up. [cheers] tonight, i see so many friends and colleagues like my buddy chris dodd from the connecticut delegation. so many people here. those whofaces of have placed their belief in barack and me. so many faces. but one, this is kind of a better sweet moment for jail and me and our family.
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2008, when he was about to do play to a again in 2012, our son though -- bo introduced me to the country and place my name and nomination. glimpse of what an incredibly fine young man beau was. [cheers] thank you. [cheers] thank you. [cheers] his wife and his two kids are here tonight. [cheers] as ernest hemingway once wrote, the world breaks everyone, and afterwards, many are strong at
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the broken places. i've been made strong at the broken places by my love with jill, but my heart and son hunter and the love of my life, my ashley. by all of you, and i mean this sincerely, those who have been through this, you know i mean byt i say, i all of you, -- all of you, your love and prayers and support, you know what, we talk about, we think about the countless thousands of other people who suffered so much more than we have, with so much less support. so much less reason to go on. morning,get up every every day. [cheers] they put one foot in front of the other, they keep going. that is the unbreakable spirit of the people of america. [cheers] that is who we are.
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[cheers] that is who we are. don't forget it. like the people of the neighborhood that joe and i grew up, -- jill and i grew up, the kurds claymont, the most always jumped and when you are double teamed or your back was against the wall. became a cop because he always wanted to help people. the middle daughter of three daughters, who always made her mother smile, who is a hero to her sisters. now i major in the united states marine corps because i wanted to serve my country. [cheers] jill knows whoo take money out of their own pockets to buy pencils and notebooks for their students who
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can't afford them. [cheers] why? because being a teacher is not what they do, it is who they are . [cheers] you know what i know, for real. that the the people heart and soul of this country. it is the america that i know. the america that hillary knows and tim kaine knows. [cheers] i've known hillary for well over 30 years, before she was first lady of the united states, when she became first lady, we served together in the united states asate and during her years secretary of state, once a week we had breakfast in my home, the
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vice president's residence. everybody knows she is smart. everyone knows she is tough. but i know what she is passionate about. [cheers] i know hillary. [cheers] hillary understands, hillary gets it. she understands the college loans are about a lot more than getting a qualified student education. it is about saving the mom and dad from the indignity of having to look at the child and say i'm sorry, the bank would not let us the money. i can help you get to school. i know that about hillary. hillary understood that for years, millions of people went to bed staring at the scaling -- ceiling thinking what if i get breast cancer or he has a heart attack? i will lose everything. what will we do then?
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i know about hillary clinton. [cheers] we alland gentlemen, understand what it will mean for our daughters and granddaughters when hillary clinton walks into the oval office as president of the united states of america. [cheers] it will change their lives. [cheers] granddaughters can do anything any son or grandson can do and she will prove it, mr. mayor. [cheers] let me say this as clearly as i can, if you live in the neighborhoods like the ones jill and i grew up in, if you worry about your job and getting a decent pay, if you worry about your children's education, if you are taking care of an elderly parent, then there is
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only one person in the selection will help you, only one person in this race who will be there, who has always been there for you and that is hillary clinton's life story. not just who she is, it is her life story. [cheers] she is always there. she has always been there. [cheers] and so has tim kaine. [cheers] ladies and gentlemen, let's say meant,ious, i really that is not donald trump story. just listen to me a second without doing or cheering. booing or cheering, his cynicism is undoubtedly his lack
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of empathy and compassion can be summed up in that phrase he is most proud of making famous, you're fired. i'm not joking. think about that. think about that. think about everything you learned as a child. no matter where you were raised, how can there be pleasure in saying you're fired? he is trying to tell us he cares about the middle class. give me a break. that is a bunch of malarkey. [cheers]
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whatever he thinks, whatever he thinks, and i mean is from the bottom of my heart, i know i'm called middle-class joe and in washington, that is not meant as a compliment. it means you are not sophisticated. i know why we are strong, i know why we are held together, i know why we are united, it is because there has always been a growing middle class. this guy does not have a clue about the middle class. not a clue. [cheers] folks, when the hill middle class does well, the rich do very well and the poor have hope. they have a way out. he has no clue about what makes america great. period., he has no clue
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[cheers] >> not a clue! not a clue! not a clue! say, let me say something that has nothing to do with politics. thate talk about something i'm deadly serious about. complicated and uncertain world we live in. great -- toore two
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great, the times are too uncertain to elect donald trump as resident of the united states. party,finish, no major no major party nominee in the history of the station has ever known less or been less prepared to do with our national security -- deal with our national security. we cannot elect a man who exploits our fears of isis and other terrorists, who has no plan whatsoever to make a safer. a man who embraces the tactics of our enemies, torture, religious intolerance, you all know. other republicans no, that is not who we are. it betrays our values. it alienates those who we need in the fight against isis. donald trump, with all his
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rhetoric would literally make us less safe. we cannot elect a man who belittles our closest allies while embracing dictators like vladimir putin. i mean it. [cheers] a man who seeks to go -- sow division in america for his own gain and disorder around the world. a man who confuses bluster with strength. happenly cannot let that as americans. [cheers] period. [cheers] folks -- [cheers] have, whatever doubts i mean what i say. but sometimes i say all that i mean. let me tell you what i literally tell everyone leader i've met with. ,nd i met them all, it is never
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never, never been a good bet against america. [cheers] we have the finest fighting force in the world. -- only [cheers] not only do we have the largest economy in the world, we have the strongest economy in the world. [cheers] we have the most productive workers in the world. and give it a fair shot. given a fair chance. americans have never, ever, ever, ever, ever let the country down. [cheers] never! [cheers] ordinary people like us, who do , we hadinary things
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candidates before attempting get elected by appealing to our fears, but they've never succeeded because we do not scare easily. break,r bow, we never when confronted with crisis. we endure! we overcome and we always move forward. [cheers] that is why. [cheers] that is why i can say, without absolute conviction that i am more optimistic about our chances today than when i was elected as a 29-year-old kid to the senate. the 21st century is going to be the american century. [cheers] we lead not only by example of our power, but by the power of our example. [cheers] of the the history journey of americans. and god


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