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people are eager to see what she is going to wear is because she does not just go with design houses that of been around for decades. the triedotshe does not go with and true. brendan maxwell has not been in business for more than a year. twiceand that she wore for her inaugural gowns had not been out in business much before she reached out to him. she really is supporting small businesses and the true sense of the word. >> thank you for your time. >> my pleasure. >> thin ohio, incumbent senator rob portman is running for reelection against five for governor ted strickland. sen. portman: subtest budget director and trade representative in the george bush administration.
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both served in the u.s. house of representatives. inis courtesy of wbns columbus, ohio. >> tonight, 2 candidates, one position as a u.s. senator. edother portland and strila mt r ebe. apealrentiofr ws ad the columbus dispatch. ." i"fe t state li fm cumbus,erisou ne aho has r ing f "fe eta" e nari deten colums. te gtohe nuerig t ect oo' th eni y wl hearro thleincaidesn e ce setoropoma t ioh w iumnt liedn 10 setopoma w bn d is iciinti testcknds eemrac
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former miss wisconsin, right? who got out of the hospital to be with us. this is one of the greatest people you will ever -- who got out of the house battle -- stay out of that hospital, will you? person, an amazing amazing woman, thank you, thank you darling -- thank you, darling, for being here. and we have our generals, and we have our share of, and nobody is going to mess with us. nobody going to mess with our sheriffs. and he was there early when he endorsed trump. there very early. thank you, sheriff. i appreciate it. and his family, more importantly. more importantly. thank you for being here. anreciate it. the media is extension of the clinton campaign, as wikileaks has proven. they'll talk about wikileaks.
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they just keep talking about trump, trump, trump. they want to put nice, sexy headlines up even though nothing happened, nothing took place, it's a total fabrication. i have to start talking about wikileaks, the things that are going on. hillary even got the question unanswered -- [crowd chanting "tell the truth"] mr. trump: we need some truth. we do need truth. you know, to make america great again, we do need some truth from these people. i will say. ofause they poison the minds others. not everybody understands what is happening and by the time they figure it out, it is too late or if they are poisoning the minds of voters. remember this.
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hillary even got -- all right, get him out. that's ok. you notice, it's always wanted a time. one at a time. a -- you notice, it's always one at a time. one at a time. at way, where isthe diane hendrix. where is she? she's so amazing. one of your great, great successful people. diane, i know you are here someplace. wherever you are. amazing woman. hillary even got the questions and answers and advance of a major debate. how do you do that? and nobody made a big deal.
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nobody even knows about it. at she got the questions in advance to essentially a debate. can you imagine -- no, no. no, no. can you imagine if donald trump got the questions in advance. what they would do? they would reinvent the electric chair. that's what they would do. you don't even hear about that? sheriff, did you hear about this ? she got -- and by the way, behind you is one of your great ballplayers, folks. look at this guy. and he is a man of god, i will tell you. i will tell you. .hank you, one of the greats those championships. i don't know about green bay. what do you think. what do you think. are they going to be ok. a new report from the center of public integrity shows that 96% of so-called journalists or
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reporters who made presidential donations the cycle gave the money, gave themselves, gave everything to forget clinton. can you believe it? they even want to try to rig the election at the polling booths, and believe me, there is a lot going on. you ever hear these people, they say there is nothing going on. ago areied 10 years still voting. illegal immigrants are voting. where are the streetsmarts of some of these politicians? they don't have any is right. so many cities are corrupt and voter fraud is very, very common. the following information comes straight from pew research. peopleimately 24 million every eight voter registrations in the united states are no longer valid or
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significantly inaccurate. one in eight. more than 1.8 million deceased individuals right now are listed as voters. oh, that's wonderful. well, if they are going to vote for me, we will think about it? all right. but i have a feeling that not going to vote for me. of the 1.8 million, they are voting for someone else. approximately 2.7 5 million people have registrations in more than one state. do we love our police? do we love our police? law enforcement. law enforcement. thank you. thank you. you can see they are getting
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angrier and angrier with everyone. because they are such a disturbance to you people. and then there is the issue of illegal immigrant voting. 2013ollowing comes from a report from "the washington post." could non-citizens describe -- decide the november election. or than 14% of noncitizens in 2008 and 2000 samples indicated they were registered to vote. isn't that wonderful? because noncitizens tend to favor democrats -- to put it mildly. obama won more than 80% of the vote of noncitizens in the 2008 sampled. you don't read about this, right? your politicians don't tell you about this when they tell you how legitimate all of these elections are. they don't want to tell you about this. we find this participation was large enough to plausibly account for democratic victories in various close elections, ok?
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all right? noncitizens votes could have given senate democrats the overcomeote needed to filibusters to overcome other obama administration priorities. now it continues. it's possible that noncitizen votes were responsible for obama's 2008 victory in north carolina. .bama won the state 1.15 --d out one by -- and by the way, we are doing great in north carolina. we're going to win, folks. we don't want noncitizen voters, if that's ok. is that all right to ask for? it could have provided his margin of victory. rigged by thealso donors giving hundreds of millions of dollars to hillary clinton's campaign.
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have spent a hundred million dollars on my campaign. i'm working for you, folks. i'm working for you. believe me. and they are all selling me what a great job and want a big movement -- there is never been anything like this in this country and even the enemies back there admit it. if i don't win, it will be the greatest waste of time, energy, and money -- oh, what a waste. they all say -- it won't be a waste. you will be in history books. let me tell you, folks. i don't want to be -- if we win, we will do something. we will make america great again. that's what we will do. that's what will do. the reason hillary clinton
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pushes for job killing nafta or transpacific partnership which you cannot let happen -- don't worry, we are building the wall. build the wall. [crowd chanting "build the wall"] mr. trump: who is going to pay for the wall? crowd: mexico! mr. trump: 100%. by the way -- i'm not kidding. 100%. her international donors control every single move to makes.
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history will record the 2017 was the year america lost its independence. so important. we will not let that happen. .t is time it is time to drain the swamp in washington, d.c. this is why i am proposing a package of ethics reforms to make our government honest again. when bill clinton -- it was right about obamacare two weeks ago, by the way -- is that it was crazy, crazy. he came into office and signed an executive order saying if you work for the white house or federal agency you can't lobby for the government for five years. but then president clinton did what the clintons always do. he rigged the system on his way
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out. he lifted the executive order so clinton cronies like john podesta could start raking in cash. here is what we as a group are announcing. first, i'm going to reinstitute a five-year ban on all executive branch officials lobbying the government for five years after they leave government service. i am going to ask congress to pass this into law so it cannot be lifted by executive order, right? i will ban the lobbying by former members of congress and their staffs. it's enough. i am going to expand the definition of lobbyist so we close all of the loopholes that former government officials used
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by labeling themselves consultants and all of these things in the get away with murder. it's not going to happen. lifetime to issue a ban against senior branch officials lobbying on the half of a foreign government. fifth, i am going to ask congress to pass laws.gn-finance reform way toll go a long ending our government corruption. stagnation.economic my plan for the economy can be summed up and three beautiful words. jobs, jobs, jobs. jobs. .hey are taking our jobs away
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they are going to mexico. they are going all over the place. if they want to leave. there will be consequences. our politicians have worked for years -- you want to leave, you want to build, whatever you want to build. companies.ny we lost 70,000 factories. 70,000 factories since the signing of nafta. i thought it was a typographical error. i thought 700, 7000. 70,000. at the center of my jobs plan will be fixing our terrible trade deals. they are horrible. million americans are in poverty and 45 million americans are on food stamps.
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we have an annual trade deficit in goods with the rest of the world and the worst so-called recovery -- by far -- since the great depression. did you see the jobs numbers the other day? horrible. you saw gdp is going to be -- in my opinion -- less than 1%. you know, if china goes to 7%, a person, 9% it's a national catastrophe. if we are less than 1%, which is what it will be, it is like, what else? we will not put up with it. if the clintons who gave us nafta -- he signed it. remember that. bill clinton signed to the worst trade deal in the history of the world. and the clintons who gave us china's entry into the world trade organization -- here in wisconsin -- do we love wisconsin? here.ow why i'm first of all i have a lot of friends here. you know why i'm here?
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i'm here because everyone's calling,e, everyone's saying we're going to win wisconsin. a tough state. it is difficult for a republican to be in this position. they have cut thousands of manufacturing jobs and move somewhere? to china. its milwaukee location and shipped its jobs to mexico. digital know that, sheriff? that's a lot of jobs. jobs and controls shutters plants in milwaukee. and they move the jobs to mexico and china and moves the jobs all over the place except to hear. the list goes on and on. many, many companies.
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leaving wisconsin, leaving everywhere. they are leaving our country. we are living through the single greatest job step in the history of the world. it's true. our companies are being rated. our jobs are being let go. we are being left with unemployment and empty buildings. they end up with cash. they end up with cash, tremendous factories like you've never seen, magnificent plants, jobs all over the place. we end up with -- you know, we end up with two things. unemployment and drugs. they end up with the catch, we end up with the drugs, not so good. a trump administration is going to renegotiate nafta, stand up to china and get along with china. we don't get along with china now. they rip us off. and stop the jobs from leaving our company. i do a lot of business with china. china is wonderful. i wish our people ran our country like -- they are smart people. they are smart people.
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peoplet have smart running our country. we have people that are in .ompetent we have a president -- we have a president -- all he wants to do is campaign for hillary clinton so she can double your health care costs. all he does is campaign. this guy -- every time you see him, he is campaigning for clinton, and frankly, he ought to be working on jobs, he ought to be working on the second amendment and the border and all of these things. he ought to be working on taking care of my -- of our veterans and our military. but here is the guy, we go into mosul, we go into mosul, and why don't we just going quietly, right? they used to call it a sneak attack? i've been reading about it for four months. for goingary reason in was we wanted to get the
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leaders of isis, right? are gone, folks. they're gone. they are smart people. they read the same newspapers and articles we read. they said, hey, they are going to attack mosul. let's get out of here. are our people? can you imagine the great general george patton and george macarthur -- you know what they are doing, right? they are spinning in their graves, and we won't be attacking -- i've been reading about this for months. and honestly, i have always heard -- i always used to wonder what they don't go -- and i met like quietly. your member, they used to call .t the element of surprise now our element of surprise is in four months we will be attacking mosul. i wonder what our generals think about that. not too good. not too good.
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as part of our plan to create at least when 5 million jobs in 10 years, we are going to lower our business tax from 35% to 15%. we are going to make our nation rich again. we are going to have great companies, we are going to have great jobs are going to come back to america. country, werich must be a safe country. national security begins at the border. meeting to a secret a foreign bank, hillary clinton said her dream is for totally open trade. better go the rest of your jobs -- and open borders. there goes your country. between open trade, your jobs, country.ers, your other than that she is doing a great job. by open trade, she means for the can cheat us out of millions of
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dollars, and really, its trillions and trillions of dollars. by open borders she means totally unlimited immigration. in a secret speech to goldman citizens whoid want to control immigration are un-american. i don't think so. deplorable, right? you're. irredeemable. he is a deplorable guy. he looks good to me. hillary thinks most of the country is either deplorable or irredeemable, un-american, racist, or basement dwellers. that is what she called bernie sanders people, basement dwellers. oh, bernie, why did you do it, bernie? you know, his people are saying, why did you do it, bernie? why did you do it? for bernie. now he has a rally.
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for people show up. he could have left a great mark on history. now he won't. i think we will get a lot of money people. one of the things that bernie was we were getting a bad deal on trade. right now it's a one-way highway out. --lary fell plan includes hillary's plan includes open borders many generations of radical terrorism within our shores. let me state this as clearly as i can. if i'm elected president, i am going to keep radical islamic terrorists the hell out of our country. usa!"]chanting "usa!
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mr. trump: he won't even use the term and neither will she. we will stop the crisis of illegal immigration. have to do it. a trump administration will secure and defend our borders are in yes, we will build the wall we just talked about and you will be -- you know, when we got the endorsement of all the border patrol agents and ice last week -- ice endorsed those. ice. i said to them, tell me about the wall. he knows better than these people? they said, we need the wall, mr. trump. we need the wall. we are going to stop drugs from pouring into our country and poisoning our youth. poisoning our youth. poisoning our youth. before our youth get a chance to go and make it they are being
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poisoned by this garbage pouring order. the southern the secretary of state hillary clinton allowed thousands of criminal aliens to be released because there home countries would not take them back. we would bring them, we would have a murderer, we would have gangs and gang members. we would bring them back to our country. they intelligently said we don't want them. take them out. and our guys said, ok. hillary clinton never forced these people back into their home countries. i guarantee you not one time as president will you see that happen. there will be no times when we don't take these people and put them into their country where the country is telling us, take them back we don't want that murderer. that country is taking their people back. here.is a reason they are if you remember a long time ago, i said, they are forcing some of the people in. let me tell you. we have people in this country
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that are bad dudes. getting them out. and the country is going to take them. the ice officers in their endorsement of me described hillary's proposal as "the most radical immigration proposal in united states history. here is a summary of hillary's plan. support totally for sanctuary cities. social security, medicare. making them all citizens. cases they are being treated better than our veterans. remember that. we are not going to allow it. obamacare for illegal immigrants. no deportation of these over states.
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expanding catch and release on the border and you catch them, hey, go ahead, do whatever you want. catch -- it's called catch and release. and she wants a 550% increase in syrian refugees. that is over obama's number. either we win this election or we lose our country. i really believe that. this is it. this is the last shot we have. i sort of felt it last time. i don't just feel it i know it. iser a trump administration going to be america first.
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and by the way, that is the most beautiful little girl -- hi, hon ey. look how beautiful. do you want to see me. do you want to come up? come on. the most beautiful little girl. she got all decked out. wow. so beautiful. oh, come on. no more of those. no more. >> hi. mr. trump: what's your name?
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>> [indiscernible] mr. trump: what? say it. >> my name is -- mr. trump: where are your parents? congratulations. what a job. what a beautiful person you are. boy, they honey area did a good job. come on up here. so beautiful. do you want to say hello? >> hello. mr. trump: what is your name? >> [indiscernible] mr. trump: and do you love
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wisconsin? >> yes. mr. trump: beautiful job. beautiful job, mom and dad. we just made two big stars. we made two big stars. two great people. here are some of the amazing things we're going to do for our country starting in 2017. we are going to have one of the biggest job producing tax cuts in american history. it's going to be amazing. we are going to eliminate every unnecessary job killing regulation. we are going to defend religious liberty.
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we will provide school choice to every low income child in america. rebuild our depleted military and take care of our great, great, great veterans. support the men in women of law enforcement. we will again repeal and replace obama care. here is one that is very important to wisconsin. we will save our second amendment. which is under siege. to we will appoint justices the united states bring court who will uphold and defend the constitution of the united states.
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you have 22 days to make every dream you have ever dreamed for yourself and your let -- and your family come true. the arrogance of washington, d.c. well him face-to-face with the righteous verdict of the american voter. i am going to fight for every citizen of every background. i'm going to fight for every child living in poverty. i'm going to fight for every mom who lost their child to illegal gungration and drugs and violence. i'm going to fight for every community whose jobs and dreams have been ripped out and shipped to other countries. so many. i am going to fight for every person in this country who believes government should serve the people not the donors and
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special interests. fight to bring us all together. we live in a very divided country. there is going to be spirit. we are going to get along. imagine what our country could become flesh we started working together as one people under one god saluting one american flag. [crowd chanting "usa! usa!"] ,boy, i'll tell you wisconsin loves this country. you really do. you people are amazing.
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and 10, 20, 30, 40 years you will look back at this rally -- for the rest of your lives, you are going to remember this day. this is a movement like nobody in this country has ever seen before. we are one cap government off, by, and for the -- we are going to have government off, by, and for the people. we are going to make america
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strong again. we are make america safe again. and we are going to make america great again. thank you. thank you. thank you very much. god bless you, everybody. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2016] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] of theh c-span coverage third presidential debate between donald trump and hillary clinton wednesday night. the briefing for the debate studio audience is at 8:30 p.m. eastern and the debate is at 9:30 p.m. eastern. stay with us following the debate for viewer reaction including all too much weeds facebook posts and watch the debate live on demand using your desktop, phone, or tablet at c-span.org. listen on the fee c-span radio app. download it from the app store or google play. >> every four years,
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presidential candidates turn to humor at the 71st alfred e. smith memorial foundation dinner. i must say i have traveled the banquet circuit for years. i've never understood the logistics, where the absence of one could cause three of us to not have seats. president,: mr. vice you have said many times during this campaign you want to get america back to the little guy. president, i am that man. mr. gore: it's an honor to share with a descendent of the great how smith. and it your great-grandfather was my favorite kind of governor. the kind who ran for president and lost. mr. romney: you are right. a campaign can require wardrobe changes. blue jeans in the morning
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perhaps. suits for lunch fundraiser, sport coat for dinner. it's nice to finally relax and where what anna and i wear around the house. and i wear around the house. >> watch the alfrede. smith memorial dinner with hillary clinton and donald trump at 7 p.m. eastern thursday. >> president barack obama and first lady michelle obama host italian prime minister matteo renzi and his wife for a white house state dinner tomorrow. live coverage begins at 6:30 p.m. eastern on c-span. here is a preview of the dinner. describe michelle obama's style. >> her state dinner style? >> yeah, and to state dinners in general. mrs. obama dresses
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for these grand state -- when mrs. obama dresses for these thinkstate occasions, i what distinguishes her from other first ladies, it is much more it rooted in a contemporary hollywood idea of what is glamorous. she is not wearing anything that is particularly revealing. but there is a modern edge to it. seeingat we're used to coming down the red carpet. it is less regal and more glamorous. >> has she changed her approach to state dinners? >> i think her work has gotten to be -- in some ways a little more relaxed, if that makes sense. it is in that framework of glamour. when i think back to the very first state dinner, which was for india, the dress was gorgeous. her hair was up.
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she had the bracelets, the whole looked, and she wonderful. but then i think about some of the later dinners where she wore a dress by carolina herrera. though it was quite a grand dress, i think there was an infra malady to it. it felt more like glamorous sportswear, as opposed to a full head to toe look. impact do you think the has been of her choices for the state dinners on the role of thet lady, but also diplomatic arts, on diplomacy? the firstw, i think thing is we all want to be proud of the people who are in the white house. and in that way, we want to be proud of their hospitality. we want to -- you know, we want to put the best foot forward.
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we can stand on the world stage alongside france and italy where the notion of fashion is really embedded in their culture. theseher part of it is are momentous moments. the photographs are going to go into the history books. and that is enormous. them intooes it put the public vernacular in a way that red carpets don't, but it also puts them in the history books. it linens, i think, a certain gravity. it lends a certain gravity to the idea that the american fashion industry is just as important an industry as the
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auto industry, all the things that go into creating that state dinner. >> how did she go about choosing her dress and choosing the designer? well, when we ate each other's fingernails and brush each other's hair, she tells me -- no, i'm kidding. my sense is she wears what she loves. she wears what she feels comfortable in. we pay attention to the country that has been honored. we work with the designer who has a background and sometimes it is a matter of paying tribute to a particular flower or something that is important to that country. >> last fall, you wrote when you're covering the state dinner for the chinese premier, she
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chose a vera weighing dress your review said it was not an ulpa, but it a mea cy was a diplomatic location. can you clarify that? >> i'm trying to remember -- dress, asck vera wang opposed to the one she chose for the first chinese state dinner. just the first chinese state dinner -- >> the first chinese state dinner dress, that was red. ang is a very well-known chinese-american designer and the first go-round, mrs. obama had gotten criticism from particularly the american fashion industry, particularly us today lorenzo, who felt this was one of those occasions -- renta,larly oscar de la
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who felt this was one of those occasions where she had an opportunity to elevate american design. and many in the fashion industry felt she had missed an opportunity. peoplemany ways, i think hurt that she would look outside of 7th avenue for the occasion. this was a little bit of a do over. and perhaps it was an acknowledgment. >> do you have a favorite? carolina herrera dress was particularly elegant, and in many ways rather traditional. but i also responded to the last brandon maxwell. it was such a surprise. and i think one of the things she does quite well, and one of the reasons people are eager to
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see what she is going to wear is thedoes not just go with fashion houses that have been around for decades. she doesn't just go with the tried and true. brandon maxwell has not been in business really for more than a year. know, she had not been -- very long when she first reach out to him. i think she is supporting small businesses in the true sense of the word. >> thank you for your time. pleasure. >> ambassador, and how did this state visit, about with the italian prime minister? event, andimportant you also have to say it's a special relationship between -- ident barack obama and
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>> how did he get selected for what could be the president for last state dinner? >> there is a long-standing relationship between italy and the united states. we are partners and allies. we have a very strong community. our leaders and share the same view of many international topics. they do concede that democracies have to stand together. have a. and italy special relation and responsibility. >> it has been a ears, why now italy? will chair the g7 and they are in -- a member of the security council. 60t year will be sell rating years of the eu and it is important that italy, the prominent member of the eu confers the

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