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winning seasons for the eagles and steelers so far. and as announced this afternoon, here in pennsylvania, a dead heat tie in the polls. [applause] ms. conway: we like to thank you for coming out tonight to show your support for the next president of the united states, donald trump. [no audio] [applause] ms. conway: i look at this packed house and i am reminded of a joke we have on the campaign that when donald visits a venue, he attracts the largest crowd in history for someone who does not play an instrument or sport. tonight in hershey, pennsylvania, you have proved us right. [applause]
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ms. conway: i know what you are here. you share a love of your country with donald trump and a desire to change the system that benefits those at the top and often leaves behind those who work hard and play by the rules. you just won a fair opportunity and a better future. someone just a few days, pennsylvania and the rest of america will go to the polls and decide who should lead our nation. [applause] ms. conway: on the one hand, we have donald trump, a builder, an innovator, a problem solver, a job creator, who has employed
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tens of thousands of men and women. [applause] throughout his career he has believed and invested and achieved. the critics and the naysayers will not break our spirit and they will not curb our movement and tell us how to vote and what to think and what to do and who will win. you got it. [chanting] nice.nway: behave, be mr. trump and his family have made a tremendous sacrifice for him to run for president. the usual incentive of fame and and positiontune do not apply, he already had all of that. , heke typical politicians
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built a movement, and each of you as an important part of that movement. if you consider yourself a change maker, an outsider, a non-politician, if you're sick of empty promises and lousy results, then ladies and gentlemen, ring a buddy, a friend, a family member, to bring out -- to go out and vote on tuesday. that when donald trump one pennsylvania, he won the presidency. [applause] >> the clintons, from dead broke too worth hundreds of millions. how did hillary and up -- in
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depth with all this money? pay to play politics. hillary cut deals for donors so the american workers were exploited. she even handed over iranian -- iranium writes to the russians. she only cares about herself. >> please welcome of the next president of the united states, mr. donald j. trump. [applause] ♪
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♪ mr. trump: this is amazing, this is amazing. unbelievable.
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[chanting] mr. trump: thank you very much. thank you very much everybody, this is amazing. we have 7000 people outside trying to get in, can you believe this? in four days we are going to win the great state of pennsylvania and we going to win back the white house. we're going to win it back. unbelievable, look at this. maybe because i went to school in pennsylvania, maybe that is the reason. my kids went to school in pennsylvania. it is a smart place, pennsylvania. withchange begins immediately repealing and replacing obamacare. [applause]
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trump: it is just been announced that the residents of pennsylvania are going to experience a massive double-digit premium hike. booing] arizona, premiums are going up more than 116%. all counties in pennsylvania are losing insurers next year, lots of luck negotiating. but it won't matter because it will be terminated, you won't have to bargain, we will have , much lower care price, you will pay a fraction of what you are paying and you will get really good stuff, i can tell you. premiums are searching on obamacare, companies are leaving, doctors acquitting, -- are quitting, and deductibles
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are through the roof. nobody has ever seen anything so ridiculous. clinton wants to double down on obamacare and make it more expensive. the way, tots, by raise your taxes very substantially. i am asking for your vote so we can repeal and replace obamacare and save health care for every family in pennsylvania and our country. [applause] we're going to do it, folks. we are going to win pennsylvania big. i hear we set a new record for this building. and by the way, i didn't have to jay-z, that's the only way she gets anybody, i'm
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here all by myself. i'm here all by myself. [applause] just me, no guitar, no piano. have, we all have great ideas and great vision for our country, that is what we have. i know we have two great congressman here, tom marino and lou barletta, where are they? no, we love them, they are great. real change remains restoring honesty to our government. heard?know, has anybody just a little rumor. just a little rumor, i think a couple of your heard. [chanting] lock her up!
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lock her up! the fbi has reopened its terminal investigation into hillary clinton. they are also conducting a second criminal investigation into hillary's pay for play corruption at the state department. night it was just confirmed that the 650,000, can you believe that number? the e-mails they discovered include brand-new e-mails not previously seen by authorities, likely they will be classified information, loaded. however, the reports also show the political leadership at the department of justice is trying can,hard, as hard as they
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to protect hillary clinton from the fbi. [booing] i salute the fbi for taking the steps. remember, john podesta, her top person said hillary clinton has bad instincts. wikileaks. bernie sanders said she has that judgment. if she has that instinct and bad judgment, why are we letting her run for president? why is she running? bad instincts. sanders was running against or so he says that judgment. podesta was with her all the time and he puts in an e-mail that hillary has bad instincts, that is not who we want for president. then you have president obama,
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and set up getting jobs, instead of taking care of our military, instead of beating isis, he is out campaigning all the time. he often go back to the oval office and go to work. [applause] she created an illegal e-mail server to shield her criminal activity and then she illegally destroyed 33,000 e-mails after receiving a congressional subpoena. the key word is after. so she gets the subpoena, but congressional subpoena, you don't get any better than that, and she said you better get rid of these. she said it was about the wedding and yoga, remember? 33,000. i have a feeling the 650,000 will do nicely. if she were to win, it would create an unprecedented
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constitutional crisis. this will go on for years, folks. into the ovalt office, hillary and her special interests would rob our country blind. my contract with the american voter begins with a plan to end government corruption. [applause] i want the entire corrupt washington establishment to hear the words we are all about to say, when we win on november 8, we are going to drain the swamp. [applause] trump: i keep telling people, i hated that expression, it is so hokey, and then one group heard it and they went crazy, another group heard it, and we had a big rally in
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florida and they went crazy about it and now i love it, it is true. it is very accurate. at the core of my contract is my plan to bring back our jobs. pennsylvaniate of has lost almost 40% of its manufacturing jobs since nafta, a deal signed by bill clinton and supported by crooked hillary clinton. one of the most amazing statistics i've ever heard, something i thought was a typographical error, america has lost, not 700, not 7000, which i assumed it might be, has lost 70,000 factories since china injured the world trade organization, another bill clinton and hillary backed deal.
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[booing] mr. trump: we are living through the greatest job theft in the history of the world. tyco laid off workers in harrisburg and carlisle and moved their jobs to china, india and mexico. ge conductivity laid off 102 workers in middletown and moved their jobs to china, vietnam and singapore. [booing] another company moved jobs to china. another laid off 145 workers and moved their jobs overseas. a trump administration will stop jobs from leaving america and we will stop the jobs from leaving pennsylvania. [applause]
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the theft of american prosperity will end, it is ending. if a company wants to fire their workers, leave pennsylvania, move to another country like mexico, which is taking so many of our companies, and ship their products back into the united states where we will soon have, by the way, a very strong and powerful border. [applause] we will make them pay a 35% tax on those products coming in. [applause] mr. trump: you know what is going to happen, right? they're not leaving. and if they do, we will make a lot of money. but they won't leave, they won't leave. a trump administration will renegotiate nafta, and if we don't get the deal we want, we
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will terminate nafta and get a much, much, much better deal for our workers. [applause] immediately stop the job killing transpacific partnership, another disaster in the making. as part of her plan to bring back jobs, we are going to lower taxes on american businesses from 35% to 50% -- 15%. [applause] massively cutwill taxes for the middle class, most importantly. and by the way, hillary clinton is going to raise taxes vary substantially. you saw that during the debate. who won the debates? [applause] saying sheshe kept is working on debate prep, for weeks, she is always working on
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debate prep. working on the stuff for 35 years, why does she needed debate prep? a week and a half before the debate, she was at her home, why isn't she leaving? she is working on debate prep, i felt guilty. how much did she have to learn? that was just an excuse to rest and go to sleep, believe me. by the way, to friends of mine, and have to tell you, they are incredible -- i don't know where they are. why.l cut you a great couple, do you know about their son riley? are they around here somewhere? come up here if you can. do you mind? come on, tell the secret service, believe me they are ok
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to come up. that would be the surprise of all time. these are incredible people, their son recently passed away in a horrible accident. he was the biggest supporter i had, a young guy, beautiful guy, a most popular person there was. he was just very special. if you would like to say a few words -- riley. he was their son. electron, some of the i like you more than you like me, to tell the truth. this boy was our weakest fan, he left our country. -- he loved our country. say a few words. [applause] >[chanting] riley!
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>> this is for my son. we are from new jersey, a very small democratic town. we are registered independence and we vote for the person, not the party. my son was killed memorial day weekend coming home from the jersey shore on the garden state parkway. son was a late in life menopause baby, a gift from god, he was only 19 years old and my only son. i have three wonderful daughters. trump -- mr.sther trump. he was obsessed with mr. trump. [applause]
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when there were seven -- 17, he said mr. trump is the nominee. when there was one nominee, mr. trump, riley said mr. trump would be president. [applause] in riley's obituary, mr. trump was mentioned because riley loved or loves mr. trump. his funeral was over 200 cars, he had very dedicated friends, there were signs, flags for mr. trump. has mr.grave marker trump name on it because he loves america. [applause]
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>> a very good friend of my sons wrote mr. trump a letter andessing all about my son asked mr. trump if he could just mention my son on the campaign trail because it would mean so much. when it mr. trump received the letter, he tweeted, god bless riley, and -- [applause] in a motorcycle group put on facebook that they were donating a brick with riley's name on it for the wall. [applause] when mr. trump received the
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letter, he wrote us a very personal letter regarding family and riley. we never expected to hear from mr. trump, we don't know mr. trump, he does not know us from adam. he does now. [laughter] of the letter, we received a phone call from his office asking would we take a phone call from mr. trump. [laughter] [cheering] >> we were watching fox news and mr. trump was in florida. he was sweating profusely in an airport hangar complaining of
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140 degree weather. we watched him leave the stage, and within minutes our phone rang. it was mr. trump. he is amazing. he spent a good amount of time on the phone and it was very personal, i will not share what said, but i will share that mr. trump said that if it costs millions, he would give everything he owned if it would bring my riley back. [applause] >> what kind of man is this? what kind of man who is running for the highest office in our land, the president of the united states -- [applause] he takes out the time from
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his campaign to call us. -- doesn't bless us bless us. there,l you mothers out i want you to put yourself in our shoes for one minute. you fathers, too. i want you to please, please in myor mr. donald trump son's honor. please. [applause]
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mr. trump: she does a good job, doesn't she? [applause] mr. trump: oh boy, i did not expect that. we will dedicate this evening to riley, ok? [applause] that takes courage. hard to go back to the economy after that, right? thank you, that was so
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beautiful. thank you. thank you. thank you. unleash american energy, including shale, oil, natural gas and clean coal. [applause] we will put our miners back to work and our steel workers back to work. to know what has happened your state with respect to miners and steel workers, and hillary wants to do the opposite, we will put them back to work and they will be happier than ever before. will helpructure plan places like the pennsylvania turnpike.
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we spent all these millions all over the place and we cannot fix potholes in the pennsylvania turnpike or anywhere else. our country is going to help. -- hell. unbelievable. we will also rebuild our inner cities. they are so bad. ,he african-american community the hispanic community, people living in the inner cities have been treated so unfairly, they run for years by people with the wrong ideas. you can get shot walking to the store for a loaf of red. they have the worst education and no jobs. ratesok at unemployment
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of african-american youth, you look at it, it is 58%. chance, i give me a will fix it. hell doly go, what the you have to lose? i will fix it, we will all fix it together. it will be a great thing, we have to fix it. we are going to fix it, we are going to fix the inner cities. we will become a rich nation once again. but to be a rich nation, we must also be a safe nation. hillary clinton wants a 500 and increase in -- 550% syrian refugees, and that is over and above the thousands and thousands that are right now pouring into our country under obama.
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her plan will import generations of terrorists, extremism and radicalism into your schools and throughout your communities. when i am elected president, we will suspend the refugee program. [applause] and we will keep radical islamic terrorists the hell out of our country. [applause] you know, standing and watching and looking at this incredible spirit to the tiny corners of the room. [laughter] thousands and thousands of people's any outside watching big screens. anybody want to switch places with them? sad thatn't it an
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the most dishonest people there are -- a media -- they don't show the crowd. it is sad. they never show the crowd. they never show the crowd. andy, obama had a purpose protester,er -- the even though the protester we payled out, wikileaks will $1500 to go into our rally and be violent, right? chicago, they badly hurt other people. our people can take her of themselves. .
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go,only time the cameras the only time is when they take out a protester which is a negative thing. in front of the much smaller crowd than this by the way -- [laughter] and what a protester happened was they would number the cameras on him. they put the cameras on obama. he was talking to the protesters, screaming at them. if i spoke the way obama spoke during that protest, they would have said he became unhinged. back and study and see what happens. he spent some time swimming at this protester and it was a disgrace.
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you should not be there. i would love to see them go outside -- this arena is massive. i would love to see them with the thousands and thousands of people. [applause] look at the cameras. they do not move. they are right here. they do not move. they do not want to show it folks. they don't want to show it but they see the polls. iowa, leaving in ohio, in in north carolina. we are leading in new hampshire.
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.e are leading in florida leading in the great state of pennsylvania. [applause] i love you, people. you will go home and you will not see the crowds. hillary has 300, or hundred people. what a joke. administration will secure and defend the border of the united states. great wall.d a build a great wall.
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who is going to pay for the wall? 100%. they don't know it yet. honestly, they do know it. year. usnk of that the they told we are building a massive fortress in the middle of the best -- south china sea. we have no relationship with china and yet they rip us.
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worldrgest bank in the and so many other things. we will have a great relationship. leaders fort our allowing so many different factors to rip us off. that is who i am angry with. doubts?body have any we will have a better relationship with most of these injuries -- countries. they don't respect obama. that.uld not be doing we have to be working. we are better off if he does not work. we haveetter off
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received the first ever and it has been reported that as a result of our open voters -- filing cartels have spread to all 50 of our states. more than 90% of those arrested are here illegally, thank you very much. they are killing innocent americans. destroying communities. a government that will not protect its people is a government that is unworthy to lead. [applause] hillaryy of state clinton allowed thousands and thousands of the most dangerous and violent criminals to go free because their home countries
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would not take them back. they bring them to their countries and very intelligently countries say we don't want those murderers, drug kings, gang members. they bring them in and the country is saying we were not bring them back. she was head of the state department and said bring them back. we will never bring anybody back. back, one year in jail. if they come back a second time -- five years in jail and 10 years in jail and they won't be coming back. very few. we captioned them over and over. there has to be consequences, folks.
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supports open borders. there are sanctuary cities like san francisco. kate was murdered by an illegal immigrant. this illegal immigrant was supported five times. will bes of americans alive today if not for the open border policies of obama and clinton. americansdes . josh was a student at a high school. ofwas murdered at the age 17.
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he raped a young child. he was arrested for aggravated assault.
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what was thought illegal immigration and dismantle every last criminal cartel in this country appeared -- in this country. >> the local police know everyone of these people. they have to put up with them every day. when we win, you will have a government on your side fighting for your community and protecting your family. we will also repeal the obama, clinton sequester and build our badly depleted military. that means new
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it was the way we got out. we had it. it was all done within clinton and obama did that crazy get out. we were hearing about taking multiple and i said whatever happened to the element of surprise? just so you understand -- who understands and benefits? we handed that to them.
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the $1.7 billion in cash the number one terrorist nation. they humiliate the sailors and our country. not going to happen. we go into mosul. we want to get isis leaders. you don't talk about it. whatever happened to the element of surprise?
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they are chopping up heads and doing things -- not since medieval times as anything like this happened. time, hillary is saying -- what the hell did she let it hard for? it is in 32 countries. leadership'se in that are grossly incompetent. we would change it fast. we have more than 200 top generals and 22 matter of honor .ecipients
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we had more people last night and tonight although if you include the people outside, we may have them. $6 trillion on wars on the middle east and now the middle east is in far worse shape and .angerous
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we send our troops to foreign countries to defend the borders but our politicians refuse to defend. a trumpet administration will never ever but the interest of the foreign papers before the interests of our country. ever. all of the people of the united and it will be america
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first. >> usa, usa, usa. mr. trump: it is time for change and time for new leadership. we need it. we just cannot have former years of obama because that is what we are getting. -- isis running rampant. no borders, bad jobs. you somewhat happened just two days ago. it is a disaster. .hey are all bad jobs
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it is no good, close. we cannot have it. can you imagine -- as all these .reat admirals last night see these admirals, these unbelievably brave recipients of the medal of honor and i said to them -- how would you feel to have hillary clinton as your they are wonderful americans and i refuse to tell you what they said, but it wasn't good, believe me. can you imagine these great people taking orders from her. just think about what we could accomplish in the first 100 days of a truck administration. we are going to have the biggest since ronald reagan, and
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may be bigger and hillary is going to raise taxes. are going to eliminate every unnecessary job killing regulation. we will get through every legal -- illegal obama executive order. protect religious liberty. it.to do had to do it. it's time. we are bringing our education local. and today, in new york city, two
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, they were horribly shot. it goes on and on and on. we will save our second amendment which is totally under and deploy justices to the united states supreme court who will uphold and defend the constitution of the united states. it is time to cut our ties with politicians of the past. hillary clinton is the candidate of yesterday. we are the movements of the future. we are the movement of the future. . have beenever anything like this and i will
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understand the system as well as anybody that i was on the other side. i was enjoying it very much. i love our country. and it could no longer work. we will not have a country. i went from being an insider to being an outsider, wow. i became a serious outsider. we are all outsiders and that is the way we like it. it is a movement like it has never been seen before. people, they say some of them, say it is a single greatest political phenomenon they have ever seen in this country. it is. cannot doy we anything that is going to stop
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us. numerous so important. pennsylvania, you will with. pennsylvania! [applause] we are doing great all over the state and i believe we will do well in philadelphia. . love philadelphia we will do great things for philadelphia. there is so much about pennsylvania that is so important. get out in november 8 and vote. every parent who lost their child to gangs and drugs and , we are fighting for every community whose job seven ripped out and shipped. we are fighting for every
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american who believes the government should help the people. big asking you to dream because with your vote and can you believe this? four days away. you will get the change you have been waiting for for your entire lifetime and folks, it is not going to happen again. not four years. it is it. this is it, folks. never -- andt will will never, ever happen again. last chance. together, we will make america wealthy again, we will make america strong again, we will make america safe again, we will make america great again --
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thank you, god bless you, everybody. thank you. ♪
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>> numbers up on your screen to call. what is no would you think. republicans -- for independence -- have a special line tonight if your point from pennsylvania --
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give us a call for this out from the election them . joe, go ahead. a democrat allm my life. me and my wife. this year, we are voting for donald trump. >> why? all right. is issuing a restraining order against the to prevent voter intimidation. judge issued a restraint order against him chance campaign to prevent anyone from working on the campaign from harassing and intimidating voters at the polls on tuesday. arizona, nevada, pennsylvania, north carolina and michigan.
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>> i heard please see any hillary signs. i see nothing but donald trump signs. >> what is your choice? >> i believe in securing the border. i believe we are a country of laws and i think he will bring jobs back. a strict america. ands time we start moving we will take it back from them. >> sorry to cut you off. this is living in columbus, georgia. >> high.
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. i am going for donald trump. ok. i am voting for donald trump because i am tired of the corruption. government,in the congress, president. secretary of state hillary clinton, if you watch fox news, it is the most truthful covering, uh, of both sides. trump is refreshing. converted to christianity so we need to give him a chance, pray for him and prayed that our nation will be one nation under god and not all this other stuff that is going on with the illegal immigrants coming in. host: lin from georgia.
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jennifer from canton, ohio. guest: hi. i really think that he is not qualified. she has been in office, her husband has. way more experience than donald trump has. his attitude, i don't think it is right for the country at all. i think he has -- i think it is going to definitely cause problems for the country and other countries. thank you for the call, jennifer. another caller from philadelphia. this is john calling from pennsylvania. the line for the independents. what are your thoughts? caller: i think donald trump is a very dangerous candidate.
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he doesn't have any place in the political system. it is very detrimental to the political society. early?ave you voted caller: i am a college student so i will be voting early. host: in pennsylvania? i'm voting in pennsylvania which is exciting as it is a swing state. [indiscernible] clinton's lead is shrinking in pennsylvania before the election. a new poll showing it is shrinking and the monmouth university has it against donald trump. we just heard from donald trump and jacqueline is calling from burnsville, florida. welcome. caller: good evening. my thoughts are that donald is a
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businessman. he has done a lot for his own self. i feel he can do a lot for our country. i look at his wife, i listened to her speech yesterday. she is a marvelous woman and i feel she'll will make a fantastic first lady for the u.s. [indiscernible] she focused a lot on bullying. if you miss those comments, we have that on the video library on c-span.org. up,ou're trying to catch independence line calling from dover, delaware. caller: how is it going? host: what are your thoughts? caller: i just wanted to be brief and say i am an independent. i voted third party, i voted for ron paul. this will be the first time i
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have voted for major party nominee. i know people who have voted for democrats who will be voting for trump and that speech that woman gave. -- can youu know why tell us why you have changed from voting independent all these years? caller: this is the only chance we have to change anything. this or that is it. all i can say this is it. host: cap it is waiting. waiting --is kevin is waiting. >> donald trump has had 28 businesses. no clueothing -- he has what is going on with national security. i don't understand what people
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not --man president were donald trump is not capable of handling this country. mind thatit blows my he can run -- he is running on self-esteem. he is a billionaire and money don't buy this country. say is ising i will negative with commercials on television -- we are not a poor state. we will keep the score. i have two sons. he wants to set them down. that is really crazy. but i will domuch everything i can politically and
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, you know, keep them out of the presidency. . host: thank you. we heard from donald trump and hillary clinton earlier about a number of live events to the road to the white house coverage. 10 a.m., we will start off. , tim. eastern htime kaine will be in florida as well, in fort myers. 8:00 p.m. tomorrow, hillary clinton in philadelphia. we are taking your calls for days away from election day and here is marie in connecticut, democrat. >> the supreme court is at risk and that would be trump. host: thank you. bobby. hi. thoughts?our
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caller: i did. i would like to say that in obama has virginia, igulated things so bad that always thought obama was born the country because he never run the bids. he run this country because anybody that is successful in i thinked states -- donald trump was the man for the job. i don't believe in abortions, i am not done- every hillary or obama. we need to get back to work. th[indiscernible] host: go ahead. caller: i have been a republican
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all my life. christian and i will ask to look intoans their conscience and get out and vote. ,hether they are fair choice both their conscience if they are christian. there is one clear choice in my mind. let's get out and vote. host: do you want to share your voice and choice? caller: donald trump. you cannot vote for someone who is pro-abortion. that is not my idea of christian values. host: thank you for the call. -- independents and others on the line. caller: i am voting for joel stein.
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donald trump and hillary -- i think he is less interested in hillary clinton. i think her actions are far more dangerous because she is bombing other countries and money and oil. a lot of people are concerned about the feelings. but i think she is far more dangerous. . host: all right. this is from stateline. indiana, greg calling. how are you? caller: i will vote for donald trump. and wevoting republicans have not seen a lot of productivity from them, overturning obamacare then everything. if you can get a politician that was never a politician, just a
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good side with good ideas, that is who we want. we don't want a career politician. hillary clinton, she is the opinion be of career politicians. host: ok, thank you for the call. this is robert. four days out from the election, what are your thoughts? >> i am voting for donald trump. hillary clinton with her --ruption -- she is everybody is paid off. donald trump's funding his own campaign and he cares about his country -- he is not a politician. he will change things for this country. thenestly believe he is
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right man for the job, 100%. host: all right. gary? caller: yes, ma'am. this country wants more of the same -- it has been going on for 40 something years. we are getting nothing but the same old, same old. donald trump, absolutely. this country needs a change in hillary clinton, clinton is nothing but the same old, same old. host: thank you for all the calls tonight. tuesday, election night, live coverage on c-span starts at 6 p.m. eastern. we will. into the next day, wednesday. making you part of the national conversation about the outcome.
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we will be at the hillary clinton and donald trump election night headquarters. we will had victory and concession speeches to see how the senate races as well. tune in on c-span antenna on c-span.org. you can also listen on the radio at. we heard from other nominees like hillary clinton who was in detroit and here is a look at her camping stop. ♪
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♪ mrs. clinton: hello, detroit. [applause] thank you. i will tell you -- i am so glad to be back in michigan. [applause]
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introduction, i am just still vibrating from it. friend,my longtime reverend anthony. for giving us some of the best lines we have had in the whole campaign. thank you. [applause] special abouthing this place and some of you may have recognized this song that was playing when i came in. an amazing anthem sung by the day called rise up. [applause] that is what detroit is doing. you are rising up!
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that is exactly what we're going to do in america. we are going to rise up and make sure the american dream is for everyone. forward to working with the great seeing you at in detroit and in michigan. i want to thank your senators, debbie second now and debbie peters. i want to thank john connors. congresswomen debbie dingell. i want to thank your great mayor, mayor mike duggan. thank you. executivecounty warren evans. benny napoleon. mr.president of the uaw,
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williams. longtime friend and former colleague of mine carl levin and his wife barbara. that are present today, i was delighted that my friend and my supporter mark cuban could be here because -- he is not only a real billionaire. [laughter] he is actually shared his profits with his employees. [applause] on you ready to vote tuesday? [applause] are you ready to volunteer to get everyone out to vote? [applause] are you ready to choose our next
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president and commander in chief? [applause] did and have you see the debates we have seen? standing nexturs the donald trump proving once and for all i am having the stamina to be the next president. [applause] he kept saying a lot of did'nn'things, then an, he? i think you should be prepared to the you the president of the united states. [applause] i did practice my composure. peoples that the me well, how did you do that?
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the things he was saying and the second debate when he was lurching over you. and i had myticed friends and family spend hours saying terrible things to me. until i was ready but he would say what have you done for three years? don't want to brag. [laughter] [applause] i do think it matters. especially when you have done maybe improves someone else's life, right? one of the great joys of this campaign has been traveling
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around our country, meeting people who have been affected by what we have been doing. lady, iple, as first created the children's health insurance program which covers 8 million kids. and these are families that are not for families, they are working people. they'll make enough money and that a worker summit he who provides insurance and so very kids were being affected by not getting the health care that should have had. i met a woman who had a daughter who was born was diagnosed with deafness and the doctors said we are sorry, with there's nothing we can do. many mothers ike know, did not take that for an answer. she got on the internet, she researched and she found there were treatments that she can maybe provide to her little
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daughter. they were expensive and she and her husband did not have that kind of money or insurance. she was at the doctor's office and distraught. there is a children's health insurance program and it turned out she was eligible. she signed up and started getting her daughter the best health care that every child in this country should be able to have. when i was in north carolina, i heard about her and i got to meet her but more than that, i met her daughter who talked to me, just graduated from college because she got the health care and she got the treatment that she deserved to have. -- that is you what how i judge my last 30 years. have i done something to help
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somebody else -- i am well aware of the lessons i had and i want to be sure that all of us figure out a way to pay it forward, make it possible for more families, more kids to have the chance to live up in their own god-given potential. i was a senator in new york on 9/11 so i know what can happen. the evil and the hatred of terrorism. i saw it. spent my time helping to rebuild new york city and helping to get health care for the brave first responders who ran towards danger and not away from it. our police, firefighters, ems. i will tell you who else is not covered -- we have construction workers who ran with their supplies, tools who know exactly
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what i'm talking about. all across the city, people were leaving their jobsites and rushing towards danger. that was america had his best and don't ever forget who we are -- we are not afraid, we are brave, courageous people. we do our best given the chance. as you secretary of state, i went to 100 and 12 countries, reduced the threat of nuclear weapons, stood up for women's rights and workers rights and lgbt writes. i am telling you this because i want you to know that i will do
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am honoredi can if i to be your president, i will get up every day in the white house and go to work for you and your family to make it possible for you to get the chances and the opportunities you deserve to have. i want you to have a candidate you can vote for and not just someone to vote against. kaine and i have run this campaign based on ideas and issues, not insults. because if you really think a look at what is at stake in the selection, it is a choice between two very different visions for america. i hear myay you when opponent talk about america, i don't recognize the country he
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is talking about. hateful --visive, so that is not the america i believe in. i believe that he should have a inclusiveoptimistic, vision of where we are going and how we are going to get there. i love our country and i believe in the american people and i think there is nothing we cannot andeve if we were together we go after them. we believe in an america that is bighearted, not small minded. we believe in america that is already great but can be greater if we do our part. america is great
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because america is good. never forget that. down,not carry arch other we can go even further. --elieve with all my heart that is why the slogan of my can pain is we are stronger together. [applause] so, calm next january 30, america will have a new president. i know -- i know that -- i know that a lot of people saying they want change.
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let me tell you this. change is inevitable. there will be change. the question is what kind of change of we going to have? are we going to build a stronger, favor, builder -- better country or are we going to fear the future and each other? i sure hope not. that i not the america believe we are. here is what i want to ask you to do. i want you to talk to your friends and your family and your neighbors. michigan is one of these states that does not have early voting. i have been all over the country, going to states that are already voting. i knew about 31 to 32 million people already voting. michigan votes on tuesday. [applause]
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and i imagine, i imagine there are some of you who know people who say they will vote for donald trump. [booing. ] mrs. clinton: i understand that. i hope you will stage and intervention before it is too late. maybe you can ask them to imagine january 20, 2017. opponent is my taking the oath of office and from the capital. imagine having a president who demeans women and mocks the disabled. insults african-americans and latinos and muslims.
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who personally endangers unions and preventing people from having the right to bargain collectively. the truth is we really don't have to imagine what that would be like because everyone he has said and done, both in his career and in this campaign, tells you what could happen. who has saida, ,any wise and wonderful things she said the presidency does not change who you are, it reveals who you are. seen who donald trump is. angelou, she said when
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someone shows you who he is, believe him the first time. if my opponent were to win, we would have a president who has only ever been in it for himself. said again it, he would not matter if you rescue the auto industry or let it go bankrupt. [booing] what is he talking about? i'm proud president obama saved the auto industry. i'm even prouder that because of the hard work of people in detroit at across michigan and the midwest, the u.s. auto it history had its best year ever.
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if donald wins the election, we would have a president who wants to bet every msuslim in the world to coming to visit the united states. we are a country founded on religious freedom. that runs contrary to our constitution. president whoa has said repeatedly that he thinks the lives of black people are all about crime and poverty and despair. no idea about the strength of the black church and the vibrancy of black-owned businesses and the excellence of historically black colleges and universities. he seems to know nothing about the rise of a new generation of black activist and the success of black leaders in every field.
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visit fromneeds a reverend anthony, don't you? yesterday in north carolina, i was honored to stand with a woman named may brown. she was a hard-working nurse in new york city. donald trump and his father turned her away. whenever african-americans try to rent trump apartments, their aplication was marked with c. "colored." that did not fit very well. -- sit very well. government had to take them
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back to court. that is a pattern. this is what happens time and time again with my opponent. if he were to win, he would be in charge of the federal housing department. respect allot americans now, how can we trust him to serve all americans in the future? he has such a casual disregard of our constitution. he does not seem to understand the rule of law, we really are a nation of laws, not men. here is the latest example. a terrible crime back in 1990 in new york city. it was called the central park five. they were wrongfully convicted
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and they were in prison, where they spent years. took out full-page ads calling for the death penalty. exonerated,hey were and someone else confessed, trump said they should still be in present. it does not matter if you are innocent. if he decides you should be in prison, or you should be locked up -- [applause] no wonder he admires vladimir putin. that is exactly what he does to his people. him with ourst
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constitution. we cannot trust him to obey the rule of law. .e has shown us who he is we have to decide who we are. let me put you a different picture. here is what we are going to do together. if we win this election on tuesday night -- [applause] we have three big challenges. we have to get the economy working for everyone, not just those at the top. safeve to keep our country and we have to work with our allies to leave the world with strength and intelligence for peace and prosperity. we have got to bring our country together. we have got to overcome these divides. we have to heal our nation.
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i hope that you will help me meet all three of those challenges. [cheers and applause] i have said repeatedly that we will take on discrimination and bigotry because any time we hold somebody back, it can lead to holding other people back. as wenot accept as normal are seeing across our country because of his campaign. wasurch of mississippi burnt this week. what happened in flint, michigan, should not be normal or acceptable. our kids should be guaranteed
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clean air and clean water. those are basic. we have got to do everything we can to make sure we take care of our children. us toimportant for recognize that when i talk about getting the economy to work for everybody, that means i want the biggest jobs program since world war ii. infrastructure, advanced manufacturing, green renewable energy technology. some people say we cannot do that. i am telling you they are wrong. we have the best workers, the most productive workers. we will give them more to work on, more products to produce. [cheers and applause] more for small
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business. small business is the backbone of so many communities. want everybody to have the chance to succeed in america. we will dismantle the so-called school to prison pipeline and cradle to with the college pipeline. i want to start with our youngest kids. prekindergarten programs and then i want to be a good partner with our teachers. i want to be sure that we put technical education back into high school because there are
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good jobs out there waiting for young people with the skills to do them. [cheers and applause] be important that we create an environment which our police and communities can work together and trust each other. i believe we are safer when everyone has respect for the law and everybody is respected by the law. that is what we are going to work for. we are going to take steps to reduce gun violence and save lives. [cheers and applause] this has nothing to do with scare tactics coming from my opponent. he is wearing a camo hat now. [laughter] really?
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we are going to work with responsible gun owners, who understand that we've got to keep guns out of the hands of people who should not have them in the first place. [cheers and applause] while we create more safe communities we want to invest in those communities. i want to continue the good work our past two democratic presidents have done, one named clinton, one named obama. [cheers] and i want to be a strong partner. i will compete a little with them. i want to be a strong partner with detroit and other cities who are on the way back up, the
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housing and the jobs that you need. but we also have to make sure our economy is more fair. we should raise the national minimum wage. people who work full-time should not be left in poverty. isn't it time to guarantee equal pay for women? this is not a woman's issue. if you have a wife, a mother, a daughter, a sister, it is your issue. it is a family issue. every time i talk about wanting to have affordable childcare,
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paid family leave, equal pay for women the other side accuses me of playing the woman card. i will tell you what, if standing up for equal pay is playing the woman card then deal me in. [cheers and applause] one of the other big challenges we are going to take on, i am so excited about this. i'm proud of the campaign bernie sanders and i ran. it was a campaign about issues. and what we decided after it was over is how we could work together to make sure everybody who wants to go to college can afford not just to start but actually to graduate. [cheers and applause] so we came up with a planned if you go to a public college or
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university, you will go tuition free if your family makes less than $125,000 a year. and it will be debt free for everybody above that. so you don't go into debt. for people who already have student that, we are going to help you pay it down and pay it off to get out from under it. i want especially to support historically black colleges and universities who have done so much to bring forth leadership in our country. this is just some of what we are offering in this campaign. we believe you need to look at what will happen after the election.
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a friend said to me, people are just frustrated and angry. i get that. i understand that. we had the worst economic collapse since the great depression in 2008 and 2009. millions of people lost their jobs. millions lost their homes. family wealth was wiped out. that is a trauma. people are still suffering and still climbing back from that. i get it. but i learned a long time ago from my late mother anger is not a plan. right? be angry. then roll up your sleeves and get to work. that is what i will do. that is why we put this on our website.
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not only do i want you to know what i will try to do as your president, i want you to hold me accountable. i want you when i come back to detroit, which i will do my travel around michigan, i want you to say how is it going getting those new job started? how much progress are we making making sure colleges affordable? i believe in making lists. maybe it is a woman saying. -- maybe it is a woman's thing. [cheers and applause] my husband once said to me you have lists of your lists. well, i do. i want to know what we are going to get done and how we can make progress together, and ultimately this election is about the kind of country we want for our kids, and in my case, now my grandkids. are we a nation that believes in freedom and justice for all?
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are we really a nation that recognizes our best years can be ahead of us if we make of our minds to have that? i believe we can do it together. my opponent said i alone can fix it. nobody alone does anything. when our founders met in philadelphia, it wasn't one person creating our country. it was many people working together and fighting a revolution to get that democracy, and to fight for civil rights, and voting rights, and women's rights, and lgbt writes. -- rights. none of them were won by one person alone. the american labor party didn't happen because one person said i can make it happen.
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barack obama wasn't put into the white house by one person alone. it took everybody working at -- working and organizing and voting. that is how progress happens in america. so really, it comes down to you, my friends. you have to vote. our progress is on the line. everything that has happened until this point is on the line. i'm ready to defend and build on the progress that we have made. i am proud i was a member of president obama's cabinet. i'm proud he and i are friends. but he knows and i know american leadership, american presidents, it is like running a relay.
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you do your very best and then you pass on the baton and hope the person you pass it off to doesn't drop to the ground or doesn't run back the way we came from, which is what my opponent is promising to do. now i have told the president when he hands up the baton he is going to have to bend over because he is taller than i am -- but i am excited about what we can do. there has been a tough campaign. people are saying they have migraines they never had before. they had stomachaches they don't know what they are going to do with. i get it. it has been a really tough campaign. but i will tell you what, michigan, you could make the difference. all i am asking you is to talk to your friends, talk to your
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family, talk to your coworkers, talk to everybody. if you have time to volunteer go to hillary clinton.com to volunteer. to nick: [cheers and applause] o 47246.a: nick when your children -- there are beautiful children in this crowd today -- when your children or grand children did in 2016 with everything was on the line i want you to be able to say i voted for a better, stronger, fairer america. [cheers and applause] mrs. clinton: an america where we build bridges, not walls. [cheers] and where we proved once and for all that love trumps hate. let's get to work. thank you. thank you, detroit.
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thank you, michigan. god bless you. >> ♪ just a small town girl living in a lonely world she took the midnight train going anywhere just a city boy born and raised in south detroit he took the midnight train going anywhere ♪
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>> ♪ a singer in a smokey room the smell of wine and cheap perfume for a smile they can share the night it goes on and on, and on, and on strangers waiting up and down the boulevard their shadows searching in the night streetlight people livin' just to find emotion hidin' somewhere in the night
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♪ workin' hard to get my fill everybody wants a thrill payin' anything to roll the dice just one more time some will win some will lose some were born to sing the blues oh, the movie never ends it goes on and on, and on, and on strangers waiting up and down the boulevard their shadows searching in the night streetlight people livin' just to find emotion hidin' somewhere in the night
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♪ ♪ >> ♪ don't stop believin' hold on to that feelin' streetlight people don't stop believin' hold on streetlight people don't stop believin' hold on to that feelin'
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streetlight people ♪ ♪ ♪ >> ♪ come on, come on, come on ♪ come on, come on, come on ♪ you have the heart of the phoenix so let them see you rise let them know that you mean it
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