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america is better than donald trump. just as important, we have a chance to make real progress together in our country. [applause] mrs. clinton: i need you. i need you as partners, not just for winning this election, but for driving real change over the next four years. the fights ahead of us are bigger than one election, one president, or even one generation. it is going to take all of us working side-by-side to build the kind of future we want. that is why if i am in the white house, young people will always have a seat at any table where any decision is being made.
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[cheers and applause] mrs. clinton: so if you believe diversity is america's strength, not america's burden, join us. if you believe the minimum wage should be a living wage and no one working full time should have to raise their children in poverty, join us. [cheers and applause] mrs. clinton: if you believe that climate change is real and that we can save our planet while creating millions of good paying clean energy jobs, join us. if you believe that every man, woman, and child in america has the right to affordable quality health care, join us. if you believe we could finally guaranty equal pay for women,
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join us. [cheers and applause] mrs. clinton: and here is how you can join us -- go to iwillvote.com and register today. register your friends. register everyone you know. this is going to be close. we need everyone off the sidelines. not voting is not an option. that just plays into trump's hands. it really does. [applause]
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mrs. clinton: text join to 47246 right now or go to hillaryclinton.com and sign up to volunteer. i understand if you are at temple, you are already organizing -- campaign tailgates and every football game and having a lot of fun doing it. we have 50 days, 50 days, to reach everybody we possibly can , to not only win an election -- that is just the first step, but then keep the progress going, go even further, make it absolutely clear that we are going to shape a future that represents the best of who we are. so talk to your classmates, talk to your neighbors. help us stand up to our best values and reject prejudice and paranoia. [applause] mrs. clinton: you know, i
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mentioned my mother and the kindness she experienced. her life was so neglected that when she went to work as that housekeeper/babysitter at the ae of 14, it was the first time she ever saw a family that loved each other, where the parents loved their children, cared for them, planned for them, where she learned the lessons that enabled her to be such an extraordinary mother to me and my brothers. everything i have learned in my life convinces me that love trumps hate. [cheers and applause] mrs. clinton: so please join us in working together. there is no doubt in my mind that young people have more at
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stake in this election than any other age group, and when you turn out and vote this fall, we will be sending a message much larger than even the outcome. we will say we can build a future where all our children have an opportunity to live up to their god-given potential, no matter who they are, where they are from, what they look like, or who they love. that is the america we believe in. that is the america worth fighting for. that is what we have got to do to stand together. we are stronger together, and let's make sure love trumps hate. thank you. [applause] [cheering] ♪
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> at a campaign> rally, donald trump was critical of hillary clinton's immigration and border security policies. this was held in a stereo, florida.
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mr. trump: thank you so much. >> usa! usa! mr. trump: what a crowd. outside, we have many more people. it is incredible. really incredible. thank you very much. it is great to be back in florida, my second home, as you know. [applause] mr. trump: we love florida. this was a great victory for us in the primaries.
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this is what is going to take us over the top in the general election, november 8. we are going to make our country great again. we are going to do some job. thank you. as you know, we are doing very well in the polls and leaving in eading in many l states, including the great state of florida. florida, it to win really expected, it is going to happen. we're going to win florida, when back the white house, and we're going to be so happy winning again for our country. our country will win again. today, we have some very, very serious matters to discuss. let me begin by thanking
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credible law enforcement officers who do not get the credit they deserve. [applause] mr. trump: when i'm president, they will get the credit they deserve. what a fantastic job they do. what a fantastic job they do. incredible. been in commentaries attacks interrorist and new jersey. these were made possible because of our extremely open immigration system, which fails and screen the families coming into our country. you have to be careful. attack from 9/11 to
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seen howrdino, we have failures to screen those entering the united states puts all of her citizens, everyone in this room, at danger. ,et me state very, very clearly immigration security is national security. [applause] [cheering] : my opponent has the most open borders policy of anyone to ever seek the presidency. as secretary of state, she allowed thousands of criminal aliens to be released into our communities because their home countries would not take them back. they did not want them. they were too bad.
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they said, keep them, united states, we do not them. she did nothing about it. increasewants a 550% in syrian refugees above the high numbers we are to have. altogether, her plan would bring in 620,000 refugees in her first term with no effective way to vet them.em or her plan would cost $400 billion in terms of lifetime welfare, benefits, and entitlement. vettingld not have that if you do not look at ideology. hillary clinton refuses to
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consider the applicants worldview. this is not just a matter of terrorism. really a question of quality of life. we want to make sure we are only admitting people into our country. really a question we want them to love our country. [applause] trump: and, we want them to love our people. thatpport immigration strengthens and uplift our nation. theye who come here, support our values and want to uphold our constitution. my highest duty is to protect our citizens and upholds the constitution of the night dates.
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i will honor that duty to the .ullest extent every single day i will never waver. i will tell you, that, i consider a sacred obligation. sacred. it is just a plain fact that the current immigration system makes no real attempt to consider the views of the people entering. of immigrantseds and their children from high risk rea regions have been implicated in terrorism and activity inlated the united states.
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the session, led by jeff sessions, has released information in great detail, and we encourage you to look it up. we learned to that another 858 immigrants from dangerous countries have slipped into our grantedand have then forces and ship, despite pending deportation orders. these are people who were , andsed to be deported they were given full citizenship. they made a mistake. this is totally unacceptable. nearly one there are million individuals in the united states with deportation orders who have not yet been .emoved in the 20th century, the united states defeated fascism and
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communism. now, we must defeat radical islamic terrorism. [applause] mr. trump: yet, the president of the united states, or my saynent, or both, will not the words, "radical islamic terror." in fact, hillary clinton talks tougher about my supporters and she does about islamic terrorists. right ? she calls the patriarch americans, who support our campaign, deplorable, and be redeemable -- irredeemable. and she means it. talked that way
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about radical islam? no. clinton ever called people, who support these practices, deplorable and irredeemable? no. in many countries overseas, nonbelievers face the desk policy. death penalty. we should ask hillary clinton, how many people who support the oppression of nonbelievers would you call deplorable or irredeemable jackal or are those words reserved for hard-working americans who truly love our country and want to make a statement? hillarythe words good be givenone
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the impression that she thinks these hard-working americans are somehow a greater threat to our .ountry then islamic extremists this summer, there has been an isis attack launch outside the war zone every 84 hours. here in america, we have seen one brutal attack one after another. and, we do not do anything. 13 were murdered at fort hood. the boston marathon bombing ultimately left five dead, including two police officers. in tennessee, five unarmed marines were shot and killed at a military recruiting center.
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last december, 14 innocent americans were gone down -- gone down in san bernardino. in june, 49 americans were ulseuted at the p nightclub in orlando. it was the worst mass shooting in our history and the worst attack on the lgbtq community in our history. in europe, we have seen the same carnage and bloodshed inflicted on our closest allies. in january 2015, a french satirical newspaper was attacked for publishing cartoons of the prophet mohammed. 12 for killed, including two police officers, and 11 were wounded. two days later, four were wounded at a jewish deli.
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this you heard, and you will never hear the end of it. one of the worst things that anyone has ever seen. they went on a rampage. and slaughtered 130 people wounded 360 people, so wounded the many are still in hospital, and it will never be the same. in march of this year, terrorists detonated a bomb in the brussels airport killing 42. this july, the south of france -- in the south of france, a terrorist turned his truck into a wet that of mass terror -- a weapon of mass terror. do, tohe would americans. shortly after that, in germany,
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a refugee, armed with an ax, .ounded five people, overseas, isis have carried out one unthinkable atrocity after another. christians driven from their homes and hunted for extermination. callsounding up what it the nation of the cross in the campaign of genocide. evilnnot let this continue. we cannot do it. [applause] trump: nor can we let the hateful ideology of radical islam -- the suppression of
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women, gays, nonbelievers -- the allowed to reside or spread in our country. we can just not do it. the terrorism, just as we have defeated every threat that we have faced in every age before. we will not defeated with closed eyes or silent voices. enemy who cannot name our is not fit to lead this country. [applause] [cheers] >> usa! usa!
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usa! mr. trump: do we love our country? [applause] trump: thank you. people on earth. applause]d mr. trump: and we have a lot of great people on earth. we have to fight the bad ones. anyone who cannot condemn the and violence of radical to belacks the authority our president. just remember, doing it for many, many years, and now, saying what she will do -- she
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very much caused the problem, when you think about it. her weakness, her ineffectiveness caused the problem, and now she wants to be president. i don't think so. the commander in chief of this nation must speak with moral clarity and conviction. defend president, i will our values and speak out against values inthreaten our any way, shape, or form. [applause] united andwe will be unified, as americans, across all backgrounds and all walks of life. we have caught this evil the bomb.lanted thank you law enforcement, thank
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you police. great. part.he bad now we will give him amazing hospitalization. he will be taking care of by some of the best doctors in the world. given a fully modern and updated hospital room. and, he will probably even have room service, knowing the way our country is. on top of all of that, he will be represented by an outstanding lawyer. through thel go various court systems for years. forget,nd, people will and his punishment will not be once would have been.
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what a sad situation. fairst have speedy but trials, and we must deliver a very harsh punishment to these people. [applause] mr. trump: we must also use whatever lawful methods are information get before it is no longer timely. congress should pass measures to ensure that enemy combatants are treated as such. we have to be tough and strong. weeak andinton is a
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ineffective person. if you choose donald trump, these problems are going to go away far greater than anyone with think. believe me. [applause] trump: she is weak and ineffective person. remember that. they want her so badly. they want her so badly. >> [indiscernible] mr. trump: they want her so badly to be your president, you
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have no idea. day.ll be a field hillary clinton's policies in iraq, libya, syria, other places are largely responsible for the rise of isis in the first place. her attack on me are all meant to deflect from her record of unleashing this monster of evil on us and all over the world. my, her claims that opposition to radical islam and terrorism is -- you know, she myd this today that it is strong opposition to terrorism is a recruiting tool. let me tell you, she is not the right person to solve a problem that largely her and obama give
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us. [applause] mr. trump_it disqualifies her from being a credible presidential candidate, in my opinion. what do i know? in my opinion. does everyone agree with me, or not? [applause] that is all we need, four more years of obama, except worse. i will say this. you see that in the polls, all over, outside. of has very low levels enthusiasm. i think a lot of people are not going to bother and go to the polls to vote for her. i know that our people, and this
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is also in the polls, the highest level of enthusiasm they have seen. [applause] mr. trump: we are going to vote. obama-clinton have been silent about islamic terrorism for many years. that is not lessened since recruiting, but it has increased. it has increased. weakness invite aggression. we are weak. weakness invite aggression, and silence in the face of a brutal enemy -- and they have become brutal, because we have allowed them to become brutal -- it allows it to spread, and that is what is happening all over the
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world. now, has anyone ever heard -- has anyone ever heard "the snake" that i read every once in a while? i can read it -- should i? because to me this was written by al wilson in the 1990's, and i heard it, and, boy, that is exactly what is going on. "the snake," because people are coming across our border, brought into our country, we are going to make potentially the trojan horse look like something that is very unimportant by comparison. and we do not want to be the one that says 200 years from now they are reading about allowing something else and our country with a different name than the
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trojan horse, but had the same impact. so this is called "the snake," and this has to do with people coming into our country, and i think you will enjoy it. let's see, and more important, it will make a point. "on her way to work one morning, down the path along the lake, a tenderhearted woman saw a poor and frozen snake. his pretty colored skin had all been frosted with the dew. oh, well, she cried, i will take you in, like we are doing, and i will take care of you. take me in, tender woman, for heaven sake, take me in, oh, tender woman, sighed the broken snake. she wrapped him up in a curvature of silk and laid him by the fireside with some honey
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and some milk. now she hurried home from work that night. as soon as she arrived, she found that pretty snake she had taken in had been revived. take me in, tender woman, take me in for heaven sake, take me in, oh, tender woman, sighed the broken snake. now she clutched it to her bosom. if i had not brought you in, you certainly my have died. then she kissed and held him tight. instead of saying thank you, the snake gave her a vicious bite. take me in, tender woman, for heaven sake. take me in, tender woman, sighed
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the snake. i thank you, and you bit me. heaven's why? is poisonous bit no i'm going to die. oh, shut up, silly woman, said the reptile with a grin. you knew damn well i was a snake before you took me in." applause and laughter] trump: it is amazing.
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going to happen unless we get very, very, very smart. don't worry about it, we are going to build a wall. don't worry. don't worry about it. we are going to build the wall and mexico is going to pay for it and we are going to make great deals. lots of good things are going to happen. don't worry about it. so isis is torturing, murdering, executing, and exterminating people in a campaign of genocide, and what is hillary clinton's suggestion? that we should censor our vocabulary and never say these certain words -- refusing to say the words "radical islam" has not saved a single life and never will. our president never says the words, and that what is happening. they never say the words.
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we are presiding over something that the world has not seen the level of evil, unbelievable. when we went to high school and we went to college, we studied. times.l that is when they chopped off heads. but we are in medieval times. that is where we are. they chop off heads. they drowned people in steel cages. they bury people in the sand. we have never seen anything like that. i was against going into the war in iraq, but we got out the wrong way. president obama did a terrible thing, the way he got us out of the war. somebodye way, and me thisas telling
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weekend, iraq has essentially been taken over by iran. all of those lines, all of that money, trillions and trillions of dollars, and we got? and on top of that we got out the wrong way and isis formed. great job, president obama. great job. great job. just like we named our enemy in the cold war, so too must we name our enemy today. clinton's comments might not fit the far left think tanks, but they had no place for someone seeking a job as commander in chief. they are just naive, but reckless, but beneath the high standards of the office that she is seeking. the white house says it is just a war of narratives. imagine telling that to the thousands of people murdered by this sadistic evil enemy. this is the so-called leadership that has turned isis lose on the world and flung our borders wide
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open, wide-open. it is time for tough borders. it is time for common sense. it is time to do things right. we have to put america first. we have to put america first. obama and clinton have toppled regimes, displaced millions of people that opened the door for isis to enter our country. this is a not cool, smart policy. this will go down, when people look at this in the years ahead, as among the worst foreign-policy decisions ever made by any country at any time.
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we have opened the world to isis, and now we have to close those doors. hillary clinton's decisions overseas have left us with the threat we face today, and her immigration policies will invite this threat on to our shores, and it is already happening. we must stop the massive inflow of refugees, which hillary clinton is trying to dramatically increase, for more than we are taking in now. she wants to dramatically increase this. you would almost say, is this
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possible? you almost say, can this be happening, especially in light of what is going on around the world? we should temporarily suspended immigration from regions where safe and adequate screening cannot occur. my policy will benefit the millions of wonderful immigrants living here and the wonderful immigrants coming in to our country in the future. because all these at people want to live in a good, decent, loving country. let me emphasize this point. the pro-immigrant position is the position that favors top screening and top controls. we want people to come enter our country, but they have to come in legally through a process and we need extreme screening. all immigrants benefit when we keep out those who do not truly wish to join our society.
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economicallynefit in terms of leicester competition and benefit in terms when we control future in terms ofto -- less job competition, and a benefit in terms of safety when we control future admissions into our nation. we want to take care and protect all of our people, including our great law-abiding, american-loving immigrants. no one has the right to immigrate to this country. it is the job of a responsible government to admit only those who expect to succeed and flourish here and really be proud of what they have done and where they came from, and they have to love our country. they have to love us. >> usa! usa! usa!
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mr. trump: what amazing people. you know, florida, i think we are going to win by a lot. win by a lot. i can say this -- when hillary comes in, she has very small crowds, that i can tell you. and i hope the press is covering the size of this arena and the crowd here in the thousands that are outside. which they are not. which they are not. pew polling shows that many areas of the country who have many immigrants -- a majority of afghanistan and iraq, the people in afghanistan and iraq -- say honor killings of women are often justified.
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we have admitted around 100,000 from these countries over the last short time, and today they think this guy came through afghanistan. what kind of screening procedures were performed? these were difficult subjects, but they must be discussed by all responsible leaders. we have an obligation to discuss them and come up with the right solution. this is the kind of thing we need to have an honest conversation about, when devising screening methods. they have to be good screening
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methods. they had to be methods that work. unless we have those methods, sorry, folks, you cannot come into the country. sorry. just look at the san bernardino horrible shooting and the female shooter who came on a fiance visa from saudi arabia. defeating this threat will require the best intelligence-gathering in the world. by the way, the detainees returning from gitmo, are returning to the battlefield. are any in this room surprised that many of those detainees are returning to the battlefield -- some immediately? we also need the best protection of classified information. that is the worst situation. hillary's private e-mail scandal, which put our classified information in the reach of our enemies, disqualifies her from the presidency, totally.
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then she covered up her criminal acts by mass deleting her e-mails. how about she gets a subpoena from the united states congress, and after she gets the subpoena, she deletes 33,000 e-mails-plus and everything's just fine. what is going on? and not only -- not only did she delete them, but she bleached them, some thing that most people have never even heard about, and she destroyed her phones. many, the old-fashioned way, with a hammer. did anyone ever hear of this before? this is beneath the dignity of the oval office. the next president must stand up for america and promote american values. do you all remember president obama's apology to her, he
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apologized for the united states? we are sorry, we are so sorry. we are so sorry. his naive words were followed by more naive actions. the failure to establish a new status of forces agreement in iraq and the election-driven timetable for withdrawal a disaster, surrendered our gains in that country and led directly to the rise of isis. i opposed going into iraq, unlike hillary clinton, and i opposed the reckless way obama and clinton left the area. the failures in iraq were compounded by hillary clinton's disaster in libya. president obama has since said he regrets to be his worst mistake, and you would not know from watching him, but i believe if you could go back years and he had the decision whether or not to make her secretary of state, he could never admit
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this, and i never expect him to -- but he would choose never to choose her for secretary of state, because she was a disaster. she is the one who pushed for the war, with one episode of bad judgment after another, and bernie sanders during the debate said on numerous occasions that hillary clinton suffers from bad judgment. she does.
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that bad judgment was a disaster, and now this situation we have, a lot of problems all over the world, and isis has been launched and launched fully. yet, as she threw the middle east into violent tumult, things turned out very well for her. the clintons made hundred $65,000 in gross income while she was secretary of state. [audience booing] mr. trump: enough is enough. it is time to break with the failures. it is time to have a great and new american future. [cheering] mr. trump: we are going to change our immigration system to reflect american values. remember, american values. we are going to change the reckless policy of regime change overseas and instead concentrate on working in partnership with our allies on the military campaign to destroy isis. we have no choice. this effort will require
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military warfare, but also financial warfare, cyber warfare, and even ideological warfare. we have to beat them at their own game. they are playing the game much better than we are. and, youth is going for their version, not our version. our goal is not to build democracies. our goal is to defeat. we want to defeat our enemies. aaron -- and then we want to get back to rebuilding our country. our country is a mess. our infrastructure is a disaster. now, almost $23 trillion. our country is in trouble. enough endless war. it is time to have a real plan for victory. but to win this struggle, we need to be strong at home. my economic plan can be summed up in three very simple words -- jobs, jobs, jobs. [cheering and applause]
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pmr. trump: i am going to massively lower your taxes. that is businesses, that is middle income, that is everybody. i am going to get rid of the asked amounts of unnecessary regulations on your businesses and in your lives. it's horrible. i am going to repeal and replace obamacare. it's a disaster. i am going to unleash american energy -- unleash american energy. and wait until you see what happens. we will start paying down our debt. so many things will happen. and even your electric bill will
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be a lot less. i hope. we do it properly, i know. i'm going to appoint justices to the supreme court who will follow the constitution. i'm going to rebuild our depleted military and take care of our veterans. i am going to renegotiate our disaster is trade deals, and they are indeed a disaster. i am going to put american
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workers first and fix our rigged system. it's a rigged system, folks. we will rebuild our roads, our bridges, how tunnels, highways, airports, schools, and hospitals. american cars will travel the roads. american planes will soar these guys, and american ships will patrol the seas. american steel will send new skyscrapers into the clouds. american hands will rebuild our nation. american hands. and american energy -- mined from american sources -- will power this nation. american workers will be hired to do the job. we will put new american steel into the spine of our country. i will fight for every neglected part of this nation, and i will
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fight to bring us together as one american people. imagine what our country could accomplish if we started working together as one people under one god, saluting one american flag. [crowd chanting "usa! usa!"] mr. trump: it is time to break
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with the failures of the past and embrace a new, prosperous, and inclusive american future. a future of success, togetherness, and unity. a future fixing our inner cities and our african-american areas of this country that have been treated so badly. our inner cities are a horror. no jobs, no safety, education is the worst. we are going to fix it. we are going to fix it. you have been hearing that for years and years by the democrats, who have run the inner cities for -- in some cases, more than 100 years straight. we are going to fix our inner cities. and i am going to get tremendous votes from the african-american community. and we are going to get tremendous votes only has been a -- tremendous votes from the hispanic community.
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we are going to bring jobs back to our community. we are going to bring jobs back to our country. and what's more, we're going to have a government by, of, in four the people. we will make america -- and some people don't like this, because it doesn't sound right -- wealthy again. we will make america strong again. we will make america safe again. and we will make america great again. thank you. god bless you. thank you. god bless you. ♪
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["you can't always get what you want" playing] >> ♪ you can't always get what you want you can't always get what you want you can't always get what you want but if you try sometimes you just might find you get what you need ♪ ♪
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>> ♪ i saw her today at the reception a glass of wine in her hand i knew she was going to meet her connection at her feet was her footloose man you can't always get what you want you can't always get what you want you can't always get what you want ♪ [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy.
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visit ncicap.org] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2016] >> c-span continues on the road to the white house. to getmp: we all want back to making america strong and great again. ms. clinton: i am working hard to support everyone for their families. i have been knocked down but i will get back up. >> on c-span, the c-span radio apps and c-span.org. live from foster university in hempstead, new york. on tuesday, governor mike pence and senator tim kaine debate in farmville, virginia. on sunday, washington university in st. louis host the second residential debate leading up to
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the third and final debate. taking place at the university of nevada, las vegas. live coverage on c-span. listen live on the free c-span radio app or watch live or anytime on demand at c-span.org. washington journal is next. we will look at today's headlines intake your calls. president obama delivers remarks at the united nations general assembly meeting. we have live coverage. the house is back at noon. life house coverage here on c-span. live house coverage here on c-span. >> an update on the november house races. then a conversation on the family leave policies.
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a reminder, you can joinyou cann facebook and twitter. ♪ good morning, it is tuesday, september 20, 2016. the house returns today at noon with both soderling this evening. the senate reconvenes at 10:00, and we hold late -- weekly caucus lunches. on "washington journal," a day after police capture the men ,ehind the terror bombing spree investigators are working to piece together the motive behind the attacks. the bombings in a separate stabbing spree in minnesota over the weekend have already become the focus of presidential

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