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campaign. serious presidential campaign. it is not beyond one's imagination to have a candidate for president praising a russian autocrat like bodnar putin, and throwing his lot -- five new vladmir putin and throwing them.t in with we are living in challenging times. that was certainly reinforced by the excellent discussion we had .oday no one who wants to assume the responsibility of being president and commander in chief, should be making the kind of reckless and dangerous withments, and identifying
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, a regime that has some aggressive tendencies towards our interests, values, friends, and allies. do i say i am surprised? i'm not sure anything surprises as any more, by was certainly disappointed that someone running for president of the united states would continue this unseemly identification with and praise of the russian president, including on russian television. thank you all. >> for campaign 2016, c-span continues on the road to the white house. >> we are going to get things done, big things. greatwill have one american future. our potential is unlimited.
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>> ahead, live coverage of the presence and vice president of the dates on c-span, the c-span app, and monday, september tweet six is the first presidential debate from hospira university. then, vice president shall candidates -- presidential candidates debate at longwood university in virginia. then, on sunday, october 9, washington university in st. the second present shall debate, leading up to the final presidential debate at the university of nevada in las vegas. listen live on the free c-span radio app or watch anytime on demand on c-span's washington journal, live every day with news and policy issues that impact you.
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coming up, sunday morning, we are opening up the phone lines and taking your phone calls, tweets to reflect on the 15th anniversary of september 11 attacks. join the discussion. more coverage of the 9/11 anniversary tomorrow. we will take you to new york city with the ceremony at that national september 11 memorial. we will also be at the service at the pentagon with remarks by president obama. also in shanksville, pennsylvania with an observance at the flight 93 national memorial. join us tomorrow for the 50th anniversary of the september 11 attack. coming up on monday, the immigration policy conference with legal analysis on some of
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.he key issues you can watch that on c-span two. later on monday, the house oversight committee is looking into hillary clinton's use of a private e-mail server. representatives from the justice department and the fbi are expected to testify. you can see that at 5:00 eastern on c-span 3. todayory from reuters writing that republican donald trump seems to have carved out a wider path in the past to the white house as states like ohio and florida are no longer considered likely wins for rival hillary clinton. the project, which combines opinion polls with an analysis of voting patterns, still shows that clinton would have the best presidencyinning the
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if the election were held today, in, trump has caught up several states. polls tend to narrow as election day nears. the clinton campaign has overcome controversy of how the candidate handled classified information when she was secretary of state. republicanthe nominee, donald trump, addressed the values voters summit, an event hosted by the family resource council here in d.c. [applause]
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>> they took my job. i'm so honored to be standing in front of all of you spiritual people. who understand the meaning of god, the meaning of love, the meaning of righteousness. and i don't have to wonder whether you understand the meaning of right and wrong. i have had two great gifts given to me in my life. one was that i was able to meet the recently made saint, mother teresa. [applause] >> how that occurred i can get
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into another time, if anyone wants to ask me about it after this event, i will be glad to tell the story but for now, suffice it to say that i found myself standing in front of the great saint, and she blessed me. the second gift was being asked to portray pope john paul ii in a wonderful miniseries, and in researching the role i was overwhelmed to find that he had selected me to play him. something. i'm bringing these, you know, these saints to everyone's consciousness because having these experiences together with living only as long as i have, i've come to know what good is and what bad is.
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and i know i can distinguish who donald trump is and who hillary clinton is. i feel there's a dark cloud over the country now. we are all witness to hillary clinton's lies and corruption. we are witness to president obama covering every false move that she makes, and making them appear right. and we are witness to our so-called football heroes that are supposed to set examples to our young children that mock our national anthem. my heart aches watching donald trump day after day pouring his heart out telling the american people what he wants to do to
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save the nation. how can anyone doubt his sincerity? i can only feel if god allows truth to be said and heard, that we will see donald trump the next president of this great america. [applause] >> and he will lift the dark cloud that hovers over us now, and so it is with the greatest honor and greatest respect that i introduce to you now the next president of the united states, donald trump. [applause] ♪
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mr. trump: thank you very much. jon, a great actor. isn't a great person? he is such a great person. and he's really been with me a long time in a lot of different ways. he's been incredible. i just want to thank jon and i hope he makes another movie but quickly because i love his movies. in particular, i wanted to thank our host tony perkins for his years of leadership, and we know all about that. [applause]
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mr. trump: and we will express our support for tony as he deals with the aftermath of the terrible floods in louisiana where two weeks ago i spent some time and i saw some incredible, incredible people. thank you. amazing. amazing. one of the greatest privileges of my journey as a type i spent -- has been the time i spent with the evangelical community and the support they gave me in those primaries was absolutely incredible. i have to tell you. [applause] mr. trump: all across the nation, a lot of people said i wondered if donald will get the evangelicals. i got the evangelicals. i'm going to make it up to you, too. you watch. there are no more decent devoted or selfless people that our christian brothers and sisters here in the united states. true, so true. [applause]
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mr. trump: i've witnessed that incredible generosity all across this land. gotten to know so many people. i saw during my trip to louisiana where christian volunteers raced to help their fellow citizens in need. franklin graham is an example. he brought the most incredible people and equipment to louisiana. [applause] donald trump: and he didn't want anything for it. he's a great man. it's that spirit of giving that we will need to rebuild louisiana and to rebuild this country which is in serious, serious trouble. [applause] donald trump: yet our media mocks and demeans people of faith and you understand that. all that time i hear from concerned parents how much harder it is for a christian
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family to raise their children in today's media environment. it is right, isn't it? it is right. not even close. your values of love, charity and faith built this nation. [applause] donald trump: so how can it be that our media treats people of faith so poorly? one of the reasons is that our politicians have really abandoned you to a large extent. and hillary clinton, you can forget about her. [laughter] donald trump: so let me say this right up front. a trump administration, our christian heritage will be cherished, protected, defended like you've never seen before.
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[applause] donald trump: believe me. [applause] trump: i believe it. you believe it and you know it. you know it. and that includes religious liberty. remember, remember. [applause] donald trump: i recently had a chance to visit a church in detroit. great faith ministries international. stand up if you're a member. that's great. that was an amazing experience. [applause] donald trump: and the bishop, what a great guy. in my remarks i spoke about how african-american church, and this is all across the country, for centuries have been the conscience of our nation.
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their unbreakable faith and spirit overcame some of the most difficult periods in our history, leading us all to a better future. very true. amazing. this was such an amazing experience. this is the power of faith. it's the power to heal. it's the power to unite. it's the power to make all of us live better lives, all of us. [applause] donald trump: our nation today is divided. nobody likes to say it, but we are living in a very, very divided nation. it will be our faith in god come , in his teachings, in each other, that will lead us back to unity. [applause] donald trump: each of us here
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today has a role to play to bring our country together, united in common purpose and in common values. so let's talk today about some of the things, these are great things we can do together to create the american future for everybody. not just a certain group of people but for everybody. the first thing we have to do is give our churches their voice back. it has been taken away. [applause] donald trump: the johnson amendment has blocked our pastors and ministers, and others, from speaking their minds from their own pulpits. if they want to talk about christianity, if they want to preach, if they want to talk about politics, they are unable to do so. if they want to do it, they take
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a tremendous risk that they lose their tax exempt status. all religious leaders should be able to freely express their thoughts and feelings on religious matters. and i will repeal the johnson amendment. [applause] donald trump: if i am elected your president. i promise you. [applause] donald trump: so important. [applause] donald trump: thank you. so important. and i must tell you from the heart, this started a building of mine in manhattan. i had 50 pastors in a big conference room. and we actually had 50 pastors, two rabbis, a couple of priests. we were all talking and we were there for two hours. and at the end, it was a lovefest. we all agreed. it was like a lovefest.
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and i said to them, we were high up in the building on fifth avenue, and i said to them, i'd love your support. and i know when i can get support. i'm quite sophisticated. and i know they wanted to give me their total support, 100%, just like i had in the primaries. and i said i really would like your support. know whateally didn't i was talking about. i said, what's going on? they said we cannot do that because we would be violating the laws, and i said what's the punishment? well, we could lose our tax-exempt status which, of course, is a massive penalty. i said tell me about this. and we sat down and we talked about it. when did it happen? 1954 or so. lyndon johnson was having problems. powerful guy.
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i actually -- you have to gain respect what is it to do. can you imagine that this guy single-handedly, he was having problems with churches and there was a church in houston that was giving him a hard time. maybe for very good reason. and he put in an amendment that basically stopped our great pastors, ministers, and others from talking under the penalty of losing their tax exempt status. so we were looking down onto on to the sidewalk and there were people walking on the sidewalk. and i said, so folks, what you are telling me is those people walking way, way down there on the sidewalk have really more power than you do because they are allowed to express their feelings and thoughts openly and without penalty. and one of the pastors who i knew very well, and these are powerful people, these are strong people with magnificent voices and just, and magnificent
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hearts much more importantly. they looked at me and they said that's right. they have more power than we do. we are not about to express. and that's what i said, we have to start thinking about this. i thought about it, and we had a large group of pastors and i said i have thought about it. if i become president, we're going to knock out the johnson amendment. we are going to do that. it's not going to be hard. not going to be hard. [applause] donald trump: when you think from the standpoint of political, you have more than men. men are 50%, women 50%. you are much more than 50% added together. i believe that's one of the reasons why you haven't seen christianity and other religions within the united states going like a rocket ship, like our polls have been going in the last four weeks, our rocketship. i really believe that. because you are great people. the people that you rely on on
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sunday and all during the week, they've been stopped from talking and speaking by a law. and we are going to get rid of the law. we are going to get rid of it so fast. i'm so proud to say on this, i don't want to take credit, but you had 50 people in the first meeting and many more in the second. i'm so proud, i was just telling this to tony, to say that was my idea. i figure it's the only way i'd get into heaven, so this is going to be -- the only way. [applause] donald trump: so we will get rid of it. and we're going to let your great people speak, and you will see something happen that's going to be very, very good. ok? so important. i hope, which means you have to get out and vote on november 8. you cannot, you didn't vote four years ago. you didn't vote. you didn't. well, you did. a few of you did. [laughter] donald trump: believe me, i
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know. i look at the stats. you didn't vote. but this time you really, this is your last chance. this is it. we will never have this opportunity again. i hope you can get everyone of your friends to just get up, your family and friends and get out and vote, ok? november 8. [applause] donald trump: thank you. and if you do, we're going to win by a lot. it is not even going to be a close election. and if you don't, it could be a very unhappy november november 8. we are also going to repeal and replace disastrous obamacare. [cheers and applause] donald trump: which gives the government control over the lives of everyday citizens. and the numbers are horrendous. your premiums are going up by 50, 60, 70%. the deductible is so high you never get to use it unless you're going to live a very long
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and very complex bad period, very, very long. it is a disaster. it's a disaster. and everybody knows it, and it's going to die of its own weight anyway but we are going to get rid of it and replace it with some great, great alternatives. much better health care at a much lower price. [applause] donald trump: hillary clinton wants to have completely government run health care, which would be a disaster for the liberties and freedoms of all americans. that is what she wants. that is what she's aiming at. that's what obama wanted. he didn't quite get there but he got this and you see a bad this is. one of the biggest issues in this race is going to be the issue of school choice. [applause] donald trump: and i can't possibly emphasize this enough. millions of poor and disadvantaged students are trapped in failing schools.
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this education crisis afflicts all communities, but none more so than the african-american community. none. the democratic party has run the inner cities of america for 50, 60, 70 years, some cases over a hundred years. over years. 100 their policies and their in particular the politics of people like hillary clinton, have produced only poverty, joblessness and rising crime. wh she was running for the senate in new york state, she said she's going to produce jobs, jobs, jobs in upstate new york. it's a disaster. she could not produce jobs. big thing. jobs, we are going to bring back jobs. it's been a catastrophe. we've lost tens of thousands of jobs. she never did a thing. it was all talk and no action. just like what she's doing right now is all talk and no action.
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she will talk and talk, and nothing will happen. only bad will happen. but you just have to ask the people in upstate new york, she won because of them, and she produced absolutely nothing. jobs left. today it's one of the worst, one of the most depressing places in this country. just remember that when you hear her talking about jobs. i know jobs. she doesn't know jobs, that i can tell you. [applause] donald trump: i have outlined a new civil rights agenda for our time. the right to a safe community, a great education, and a secure job. and i say to african-americans parents, i say to the hispanic american parents, and i said -- say it with great respect. our inner cities are a disaster.
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crime, no jobs, education is the worst. in many cases almost worldwide bad. in many cases actually worldwide , bad. i say with respect, what do you have to lose? it can't get any worse. it can't get any worse. you choose donald trump, i'm going to fix the problem. you will have safety. you will have good education. we are going to get jobs because we're going to bring our jobs back. mexico is taking our jobs. so many other places are taking our jobs. what china is doing to us is horrible. we are going to have jobs. what do you have to lose? i'm going to fix it. i'm going to fix it. [applause] donald trump: school choice is at the center of the civil rights agenda. and my goal is to provide every single inner-city child in america that is trapped in a failing government school the freedom to attend the school of their choice. competition, the schools will
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get better and better and better. [applause] donald trump: and that means a private school, a religious school, a charter school or a magnet school. school choice also means that parents can home school their children. [cheers and applause] donald trump: 100%. hillary clinton opposes school choice because she has -- she is controlled totally, totally like a puppet by special interest. her policies will force millions of african-american and hispanic children to remain stuck in failed government schools leading to higher unemployment and more poverty. the poverty levels in this country nobody will believe. nobody will believe. my plan will break the government monopoly and make schools compete to provide the best services for our children,
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including every african-american and hispanic child in this country. every single one of them. [applause] donald trump: this proposal begins with a $20 billion block grant from the federal government for states to pursue school choice programs. however -- that's good, right? [applause] donald trump: however because , 90% of education spending is at the state level, i will campaign to get the states to we -- reallocate another $110 their education budgets to school choice programs. [applause] donald trump: if we do this, that would mean $12,000 in school choice funds for every disadvantaged student in america. what a difference this is going to make.
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be money will follow the student to the public, private or religious school that is best for them and their family. in so many ways, you are going to have choice. my administration will partner with the leadership of any inner-city, anybody, anybody in the inner cities of america willing to run a pilot program. and there will be a lot of them, to provide school choice to every child in that community. instance, thatr would mean $15,000 of funds available per student. as your president, i will be the biggest cheerleader for school choice you've ever seen. [applause] donald trump: this means a lot to me. because i know it can turn things around again.
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again, public education cannot get worse. common core, but were going to end it. [applause] donald trump: i will fight for every child in this country who deserve better futures. the african-american community message, but i'm going to make the inner cities safe again and i'm going to bring back jobs and i'm going to bring back great educations. don't be surprised, remember this, november 8. don't be surprised because we have been given a lot of support over the past three or four weeks. if on november 8, i get more african-american and hispanic votes than anyone thought possible about a month ago. you see what's going on. people are starting to hear about this and they're saying wow. wow. they're liking it. and again, it can't get any worse but it's going to get a lot better.
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but only if i do it. they cannot do it. the democrats, what they've done is incredible. and hillary clinton will be absolutely more of the same. rigid. it will never change. remember, 100 years. it is not going to change, it's not going to happen. let's talk about another issue that will define the future of this country for generations to come. the united states supreme court. [applause] donald trump: earlier this year, we lost the great justice antonin scalia. the next president will not only have to fill this seat but as many as four others. it could even be -- we could end up with a total of five judges, by one president, would be record-setting. probably three, could be four or
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even five. you pick the wrong people you , have a country that is no longer your country. it will be a disaster. one of the most important issues frankly other than maybe defense because we're going to build up our military. it is so depleted. we are going to take care of our veterans. we're going to protect your second amendment, so many things. but one of the most important, some people actually think it's the most important, is the filling of the seats of the united states supreme court. you see what's happening right now. essentially it is for-four. you see how bad it is. we're going to pick great judges. i've already put a list of 11, the federalist society highly recommended. got uniform great reviews on these 11 people. and we are going to put truly great people. maybe we use judge scalia as the ultimate example of what we are looking for, ok.
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[applause] donald trump: this will determine whether or not we remain a constitutional republic, frankly. that's what's going to happen. i have pledged to appoint judges who will uphold the constitution, to protect your religious liberty, and apply the law as written. [applause] donald trump: we reject judges who rewrite the constitution, to impose their own personal views on 300 million+ americans. we are not going to have that. i've made public a list of judges, as i said, who will the -- that will guide my selection process. hillary clinton has refused to provide such a list. we brought it up. let's see your list. if you saw the list, you would walk out of here not feeling very well. because she knows the extremist
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judges she would pick would be rejected by the overwhelming majority of the american public. they would be rejected. picks woulddicial allow her to completely take over american health care, the american economy, and american'' religious liberty. not to mention your second amendment which is on very thin ice right now as you know because of the fact that we are 4-4. if they pick one judge, as you know it, you can kiss the second amendment goodbye. and we don't want to see that. another issue that is of great importance to everyone in this room is the issue of course of national security. just today it was announced that , north korea performed its fifth nuclear test. its fourth since hillary clinton became secretary of state.
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it is just one more massive failure from a failed secretary of state. [applause] donald trump: she failed at everything. her policies have also put iran onto a path of nuclear weapons. and i have to say, it made them overnight an absolute power. they were dying three years ago. the sanctions were choking them. they would have fallen but obama didn't support people that would have taken over and in this case probably would have taken over the right way. they had no support. but you look at what's happened to iran in such a short period of time. but remember the ransom payments. remember it was $400 million two , weeks ago. then they made a mistake. this is cash.
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remember, they said they paid cash because they couldn't open a bank account? there was no way of sending it into a checking account? all lies, just like obamacare was a big lie. remember? you can use your doctors, 27 times, right? 27 times. use your doctors, use your plan. it turned out to be a lie, it's all a lie. it's a rigged system and its a lie. and i'll tell you what, i'll tell you what. the for those who haven't been $400 million reading the paper over the last few days, it turned out to be $1.7 billion in cash. and i actually said, they said that money is going to be used for terror. i said they don't need it for terror, they got $150 billion. the $150n addition to billion we are giving them. this is going into their swiss accounts. they're not going to use it for terror, they have plenty of money for terror. think of it. $1.7 billion in cash.
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massive cash. you saw them. cartons. i've never seen anything like it. i've seen a lot of cash, i've never seen anything like this. [laughter] donald trump: 1.7 billion. can you imagine these guys? they stopped, remember they would not give back the hostages. they waited for hours and obama kept saying no. even the hostages said, they kept us waiting for a certain plane to come in. not to take them back, they were waiting for something. it was just another lie. can you imagine these people sitting there? they see $1.7 billion in cash? they think we're stupid. they think we are stupid. they won't be thinking it for long. [applause] donald trump: very sad. at the same time, isis is
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hunting down and exterminating what it calls the nation of the cross. isis is carrying out genocide against christians in the middle east. we cannot let this evil continue. [applause] donald trump: can't let it. isis must be destroyed, has to. we have no choice. to defeat isis, we must use military warfare but also cyber warfare, financial warfare. and ideological warfare. it's a whole different ballgame today than it was 50 years ago and 200 years ago, it's a whole different world. we must also establish a bipartisan goal in the united states and an international goal
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with our allies of defeating radical islamic terrorism. [applause] donald trump: words that our president won't use and words that hillary clinton won't use. just like we won the cold war by identifying our enemies and building a consensus to guide a long-term strategy, so to must we do the same with islamic terrorism. by the way, president obama has allowed syrian refugees to pour into our country at unbelievable rates. and hillary clinton wants to allow 550% more, but it's almost impossible to get a christian in from syria. they take others but they don't
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take christians. very rare, very rare. so i said we need to make safe zones in the region. we want to take care of people. but we absolutely cannot allow this potential, tremendous threat to continue and we have to stop this. this is going to be potentially a catastrophe for our country. it is from within. this could be the all-time great trojan horse. this could be it. did you ever notice, you look at the migration trail and see people with cellphones. some of the cellphones have the isis flag. printed on them. and some of them have things far worse than that. so it was the failed policies, you have to remember, of hillary clinton and obama that unleashed
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isis in the first place. if they did the right thing, you wouldn't be talking about isis right now. now she wants to get rid of, oh, where going to get rid of them. she tells them already, there will be no boots on the ground. even if you don't want boots on the ground you don't want to say , it. don't say it. now they are saying i hope she wins. oh, boy. would they dream of having her as president. they dream about it every night, having hillary clinton. but even if you believe and i can understand that, no boots on the ground. you don't say it. let them think they're going to go through hell. don't say it. [applause] donald trump: can you imagine the great general douglas macarthur. can you imagine the great general george patton or one of are great generals that we have today, general flynn, who is here someplace.
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[applause] donald trump: i love general flynn but can you imagine these people saying i mean, they're , basically giving up the strategy. there will be no boots on the ground. if you don't want that, i fully understand. don't say it. don't say it. could you imagine macarthur saying, we are going to fight the enemy and move our troops in about a month, we're going to hit from behind. [laughter] donald trump: we're going to hit them from the front and everything they say turns out to be true. i hate to say this because we have a lot of evangelicals in this room. but maybe we shouldn't be so honest when it comes to military strategy. does that make sense? i hope i didn't lose your vote for saying that. [applause] donald trump: just look at what her policies have left us with in iraq, syria, and libya.
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the problem is, hillary clinton is trigger-happy, she really is. she's trigger-happy and yet she says no boots. there probably will be boots, it will probably turn out to be another disaster. her tenure has brought us only war and destruction and death. she's just too quick to intervene, invade, or to push for regime change with people we don't even know who they are. they take over and are far worse. this creates the power vacuums battlefield by terrorists and groups like isis. my administration, on the other hand, will work with any country that is willing to partner with us to defeat isis and halt radical islamic terrorism. and by the way, that includes russia. if they want to join us on knocking out isis, that is just
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fine as far as i'm concerned. [applause] donald trump: it's a very imperfect world. and you can't always choose your friends. life. but you can never fail to recognize your enemies. we have some real enemies. unfortunately for our country, our enemies probably hacked into hillary clinton's emails. these are the same emails she destroyed after receiving a federal subpoena. what is that? using software in order to bleach the email so you can never, ever see them. she even mysteriously lost 13 different phones before the f.b.i.. them. and many were destroyed with a
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hammer. did anybody ever hit a hammer, maybe two or three people. but they were just released from prison, those three people. can you believe this? destroyed them with a hammer. the old-fashioned way, i guess. the other night, in the commander-in-chief forum, did anybody see that? how did i do? [applause] donald trump: we have a big debate coming up, who knows what's going to happen there but i will say every poll will has me winning big league the commander-in-chief. the polls came out after that event and we won big league. now we have a debate coming up. i don't imagine any of you are going to be watching the debate. right? i won't, i promise. hillary clinton answered questions on her emails
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horribly. that is why she lost. that's why she did so poorly, she was terrible. honestly, i shouldn't be saying this. she was terrible. [laughter] donald trump: she keeps talking about the emails every time she talks about them, she talks about them differently. it seems each week, she has a different answer. but there can be no answer when she deletes 33,000 emails, bleaches them so they can never be recovered. unheard of practice. hammers them into total silence. you know what is happening. i always say getting away with that will be the single greatest accomplishment of her career. it's true. [applause] donald trump: so her answers were bad.
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they were bad. and a lot of people said it was so totally dishonest. and you know, she was blaming matt lauer. i thought matt lauer did a very good job. his questions to me were very tough. but the gentleman who stood up and said honestly, you should be in prison for what you did. to me, that was the tough one. that was the tough one. that was a tough question. that was sort of a question in the form of a statement, right? [laughter] donald trump: hillary clinton is unfit to be our president for many reasons. [cheers and applause] donald trump: true. [applause] donald trump: true. >> [crowd chanting] lock her up.
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donald trump: she's unfit for many reasons. is hergest of which judgment. it is just so bad. it's time to restore honesty and integrity to our government. we have to do it. and one more issue, and a final issue i wanted to discuss today is the economy and helping those in need. there is no more charitable group in this country than christians. [applause] donald trump: and all of us here today are determined to lift suffering americans out of poverty. we are going to do it. but a lot of other people are going to help. as your president, i will pursue a complete reform for our economy to bring back millions of new jobs into our country. millions of new jobs.
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[applause] donald trump: we lost our jobs like we are a bunch of babies. they've gone to other countries. they've gone to mexico, many other countries. china is taking massive advantage of us. easy believe me. ,it is all so easy. that includes, we will be doing workingtax cuts for families and businesses. [applause] donald trump: it includes, very importantly, the elimination of all needless, job killing regulations. [cheers and applause] donald trump: it includes lifting the restrictions on american energy which is under siege. [applause] donald trump: i will also renegotiate nafta and if they
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don't want to renegotiate it so it becomes a two-way highway, not just the one-way highway out of the united states for our companies and jobs, we will terminate nafta, believe me. we will stand up to china and we're going to fight for every last job. it's going to be america first , and it's going to be the american worker first. [applause] donald trump: crucially, i will also fight for the american family and american family values. the family must be at the center of any anti-poverty agenda. has to be. [applause] donald trump: thank you. our country just lost one of the great champions for the american family.


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