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we're supposed to be united so that we can work things out together. it's not about being a republican or a democrat. it's about unity. i do believe that ms. hillary clinton is great for our nation, our country because she has experience. she will have patience to deal with foreign policy. we need someone that will get along with our neighbors. we don't need war. we need peace. we need love. unity. this is all i have to say. host: shirley, thank you for the call. i want to share this tweet years iewer, that 40 ago in grand rapids, michigan, president ford. and this is the photograph a getty imagine that was tweeted
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to us. so we thank you for that. we're looking at the scene both in grand rapids and in raleigh. this is where governor mike pence is about to speak. we will listen in. governor mike pence: hello, ichigan! [cheers and applause] i'm mike pence. [cheers and applause] i'm the governor of indiana. and it is one minute after minute. it is november 8th, the day that we make america great again! [cheers and applause] just eport to you, he landed. and he's on his way here. [cheers and applause]
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i'll tell you, it's incredibly exciting for me and my family to be with you to have been invited a little more than three months ago to run and serve as the next vice president of the united states of america. [cheers and applause] and i join this campaign in a heart beat because you have nominated a man for president who never quits, who never backs down. he is a fighter. he is a winner and until very recently, it seems that he was fighting all on his own but now this movement is coming together, michigan is coming together! we're going to make donald trump the next president of he united states of america! i really do believe donald trump really imbodies the spirit of america, stopping, freedom-loving, independent,
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optimistic, and willing to fight every single day for what he believes in and what .ill make america great again [cheers and applause] you know, it is not like it's exactly been a fair fight out there. you know what i'm talking about? i mean, ever since i join this campaign i get up every morning, i have to turn on to tell vision with a stick. i never know what's going to be on there. it's like the media's out there doing half of hillary's work for her. it's like -- it's like it's two-on-one out there, michigan. but even though she's had all the advantages, donald trump has been winning hearts and minds every day and he's going to win all the way to the white house. [cheers and applause] remember about a week ago what a difference a week makes?
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remember how the media was reporting this thing was all be over. hillary clinton was naming cabinet appointments, remember that, she was measuring curtains in the oval office. and then the american people showed up. [cheers and applause] you with me? i don't think michigan was ever fooled. i mean, the truth is we're leading in one national pole after another and it is wheel-to-wheel here in the state of michigan and we're going the make america great again! you know, she may have -- she may have the money, the media and the special interest on her side but we've got something a little more powerful, don't we? we've got a basket of the american people that are saying enough is enough! [cheers and applause] and we're going to make america great again.
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you know, the truth is that ground swell of support here in michigan and all across the country is evidence of the fact that more and more americans every day have come to realize this is not so much a choice between two people. it's a choice between two futures. so let me tell you where i stand. i choose a stronger america. i choose a more prosperous america. i choose an america that cherishes and upholds our highest constitutional liberties. so i choose to stand with donald trump and every american who knows we could make america great again! you know, the truth of the matter is, it's -- i think the american people have had enough. you know, i think they've especially had enough of the
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fast and loose ethics of hillary and bill clinton. am i right? i mean, you know, it's almost hard to keep up. it's almost hard to keep up with these things, isn't it? let me help you out. while she was secretary of state in charge of all the foreign policy, she had a private foundation that was taking millions of dollars of cribses from foreign governments. and then in between those two things, she had this private server, right, apparently to keep all that stuff from the public domain and when the media found out of the private solder, she used high-technology and hammers to try to get rid of all of it. i mean, -- i mean this summer -- i mean this summer the f.b.i. actually found -- confirmed that she has classified information on that server, right? exposing it potentially to
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being hacked by foreign powers compromising our national security but they ended up deciding that in their words extremely careless and they proceeded not to go forward. da or two ago, the f.b.i. " -- decided "to not change their conclusion." there's an old saying that facts are stubborn things. so let me give you a couple of facts. facnumber one, mishandling classified information is a crime. [cheers and applause] all right? and here's what we know. hillary clinton said she never sent or received any classified information. the director of the f.b.i. testified before congress that "there was classified information sent." hillary clinton said that there was nothing marked classified on her e-mail sent
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or received. and the director said that's not true. hillary clinton said i did not e-mail any classified information on my e-mail. and the director said there was classified information e-mail. we also found out that the f.b.i. that aides at the state department offered a quid pro quo to change the classified status on that document on that server. and then we found out this weekend that hillary clinton ad her maid printing off sensitive government documents from her e-mail. let me say this, many women of michigan here on this election day, the first hour of that election day, if only for their decades of self-dealing the politics of personal enrichment, paid to play, compromising our national security and outright construction we must decide here and now that hillary
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clinton will never be elected president of the united states of america. [cheers and applause] it's reason enough. the american people are sick and tired of pay to play politics and it's exactly the kind of politics that's going to come to a crashing halt when donald trump becomes president of the united states. [cheers and applause] working with a re-elected majorities in the house and the senate donald trump and i are going to pass fundamental ethics reform. we're going to end the involving door between the obbyists and government. in other words, we're going to drain the swamp. [cheers and applause] [crowd chanting "drain the swamp"]
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you know, the truth of the matter is, today is a day that the american people can put an end to decades of clinton corruption and close the history books once and for all on the clintons by electing donald trump as president of the united states. but the truth is, this election is even about bigger things than their small ethics and on this election day we do well to reflect on that with our neighbors and friends. i mean, the simple fact is that this election is also about our security. it's about our prosperity, and it's about the supreme court of the united states of america. don't you doubt it for one second. on the security front, despite traveling millions of miles with our secretary of state, the world is more dangerous today than the day that hillary clinton and barack obama took over our foreign policy. our allies are less secure.
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our enemies are more embolden. wider areas of the middle east are spinning apart about the weak foreign policy of thised a mintstration. hillary clinton was the architect of leading from behind and moving red lines and faining resets with russia and paying ransom to terrorist sponsoring states. let me make you a promise, when donald trump becomes president of the united states, we won't be paying ransom to terrorist sponsoring states. they'll be paying a price if they threaten or detain an american citizen. we cannot have four more years apologizing to our enemies and abandoning our friends. for the american people to be safe for the world to be safe. america needs to be strong. and donald trump will lead on the world stage with american
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strength. we will rebuild our military. we will restore the arsenal or democracy. we will give our soldiers, airmen, marine and coast guard the resources and training they need to accomplish their mission and we will hunt down and destroy isis at its source so it could no longer threaten our people or inspire violence in the homeland. crowd chants "u.s.a."] this election is about our security but it's also about our prosperity. i don't need to tell you here in michigan, this is a very challenging time for families all across the state and all across the country. we're in the weakest economic recovery since the great
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depression. one of every 10 american a job. ds are without under hillary clinton, more of the same. more taxes, more regulation more of the kind of bad trade deals that have been shipping jobs overseas and most of all, more obamacare. they tell thus economy is the best that we can do. but i think y'all here in michigan know better. it's not the best we can do. it's just the best they can. do and when donald trump becomes president of the united states, we're going to put common sense american principles into practice and we're going to get this economy working again for every american! we're going to work the newly reelected congress. we're going to cut taxes across the board for working families, small businesses and family farms.
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we're going to lower business taxes here in michigan so companies in this state can create jobs here and compete more with companies around the world. [cheers and applause] we're going to repeal everything single obama executive order that's stifling jobs and grolte in this economy. nd when donald trump becomes negotiator-in-chief, the days of seeing american jobs heading south of the border and heading out of town are over. we're going to have trade. trade's going to mean jobs. but it's going to mean trade is going to mean american jobs first once again. we're going to renegotiate nafta. we're going to get out of this trance pacific deal. and we're going to hold our trading partners accountable to the promises they make to the people in the most powerful economy on earth. we're going to have trade that
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works for the american worker first. and lastly, when donald trump becomes president of the united states, we're going to repeal obama care lock stock nd barrel. we're going to hold him accountable. if you like your doctor, you can keep him. if you like your health insurance, you can keep it. health insurance will go down. not true. the obama administration announced next year nationwide the average premiums are going to go up 25%. [jeers] and remember, remember that what hill clinton said earlier this year. she said you know, before they called it obamacare they
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called it hillary care. hillary clinton actually wants to fix obamacare by importing the worst ideas from canada. she wants to put a single payer government run insurance program right into the heart of this failed policy. [jeers] >> you know my favorite line came from president obama himself. he actually compared obamacare about a week ago in florida to the samsung galaxy 7 phones that spontaneously burst into flames. did you know he did this? he did. here's what the president said if you missed it. he said "when one of these smartphones has a few bugs you don't pull it off the market, you upgrade it or fix it, unless it catches fire, you pull it off the market." well, what a coincidence that's exactly what we're going to with obamacare. we're going to pull it off the
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market so it stops burning up our wallets. and donald trump is not just going to repeal obamacare we're going the replace it. we're going to let the american people buy health insurance across state lines the way you buy life insurance, car insurance ms we're going to use the power of the free market in this country to drive down the cost of healthcare that's how you solve problems, the american way! [cheers and applause] so it's about security. it's about prosperity, but it's also about the supreme out of the united states. with the passing of justice scalia, literally the balance of the court is on the ballot. if you cherish the constitution and the god given liberties enshrined there, you better think longed a hard there. like hillary clinton, you better get used unaccountable power to legislate from the
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bench, unaccountable power. if you elect do thaled trump president of the united states you're going to have to men and women appointed that will strictly construe the constitution of the united states of america in the tradition of the great and late justice scalia. for the sake of the rule of law, for the sake of limited government, for the sake of the sanctity of life for the sake of our second amendment barehe right to keep and arms, for the sake of all the god-given liberties enshrined in our constitution, we have to decide here and now that the next president to make appointments to the supreme court of the united states will be president donald trump. [cheers and applause]
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so on this election day, and how cool is it to see all of you out tonight? it's after midnight. it is november 8th, the day we make america great again. i just would encourage you as hi motorcade heads this way and i'm going to pop back out and introduce the man himself. but i want to encourage you to do three things on this election day. number one, vote. [cheers and applause] bring a friend. friends don't let friends vote alone. go exercise that franchise that has been bought at such a high price and preserved through the generations for you. and vote to bring real change to america by making donald trump the president of the united states. [cheers and applause] and in the time that remains in this election, after you
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take care of your own vote, be sure to go tell somebody what this election is about. because i don't really see this election as a choice between republican and democrat or liberal and conservative. i think it's like ronald reagan said, it's a choice between up and down. it's choice between weather going to go downhill to a more hallowed out american military. a america safele by more obamacare or whether we're going to stop here in michigan, plant our feet, turn around and march back up the hill to a stronger america at home and abroad, a more vibrant american economy for this generation and the next and an american grounded in our highest american ideals that's the choice. and lastly as you make plans to vote, you make plans to tell somebody. have faith.
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have faith in the people of michigan and the american people to choose right. i mean, i truly do believe as you study the long and storied history of this country that you find that every time the american people have had a clear choice between a future build on our highest ideals and build on american strength, the american people will choose american ideals and american strengths every single time. so have faith in our people. and if you have a mind to exercise that other kind of faith, i encourage you to do that too. if you do like karen and i do, you bow the head and bend the knee, it would be a good time to do it in these challenging times. but let me be clear on this point -- i encourage you do pray. you know, i'm here for the ticket. i'm here for the team. i'm here for the movement. but on this one i think
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abraham lincoln had it right. abraham lincoln was asked in his time if he thought god was on his side. and abraham lincoln said, you know, rather concern myself with whether we're on god's side than if god is on our side. so just pray for our country. pray for america. because america matters. it truly does. and as i slide backstage and get ready to welcome my running mate, the next time you'll see me, you'll see him. i'll make you a promise. if on this election day you go do everything that you can do, talk to your friends and neighbors, exercise your franchise, lay out that challenge, i'll make you a promise. that man is ready. [cheers and applause] this team is ready. [cheers and applause] this movement is obviously
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ready. [cheers and applause] if you go out and make sure that michigan is ready, we will elect donald trump as the 45th president of the united states of america and we will make america great again! let's go get it done today, michigan! !hank you and god bless you [cheers and applause] sun coming up over new york city school bus driver in a traffic jam taring at the drivers in the rear-view mirror looking at the promise ♪
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host: the comments of indiana governor mike pence, donald trump's running mate in grand rapids, michigan, the final event for donald trump and the final event in raleigh, north carolina where lady gaga is performing. due to copy right issues we're not able to show it. but this is what it looks like in raleigh, north carolina. hillary clinton the winner in dixville notch. hillary clinton getting four of them. donald trump two votes. gary johnson one vote and mitt romney, a write-in candidate one voter in dixville notch. voters choose hillary clinton. and early voting in hart's location. i want to hear from jim in new jersey. independent line. good evening. host: hello, i want to thank c-span for once again proving that the education system in our inner cities is deficient.
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the number of kalers tonight are woefully ignorant and c-span has brought that to the forefront. you constantly ridicule donald trump bringing up statements he's made but you've never hillary icized clinton on her sexually. bill clinton is slepping with jenna clan. cultural marxism at its best. the 45 goals of communism has almost been completed. you've taken over our medical, our education system, all of our institution, the bureaucrats are corrupt and what we really need is a red hunt resurrection and hopefully ted cruz will follow footstep andhy's hopefully we can purge -- host: do you bring up joe mccarthy? caller: you called trump
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supports trump tart scum. host: no, i didn't. caller: i sent it to your only budsman. you called trump supporters trump tart scum. it was really smart to insult us like that. so you know what, steve, i'm going to be pushing congress because they have a deal with c-span to remove you and all of the rest of the beta males. host: well, gym, you cannot be more wrong. i don't know where you're getting your information from, but you could not be more wrong. let's go to rene from syracuse, new york. welcome to the conversation. host: hi, i would like to say i am a republican. i voted for obama twice. i'm calling because i'm in new york. and she was our senator. i have to say that i grew up in new york city. so when donald trump was
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starting to build up the city and clean it up and make it a beautiful city that everybody loves to visit, he was one of the people that were actually behind doing that. and i remember as a child that's what he was doing. i didn't watch him on reality tv. i didn't want to vote for him. i had a different person that i would have voted for. i knew i was going to definitely vote against the clintons and the bushes. i feel strongly that what the bushes have done and kasich and all of the other republicans was absolutely wrong. i now live in an inner city and what i want to say is that hillary and nafta and her p. band and her tpp hillary literally stifeens our jobs to india. and i've watched upstate new
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york crumble under her reign and although to tell vision and media is explaining how wonderful she is and this she's -- and that she's been there for children and that she's been there for new york, she really hasn't. what she's done is she took everybody in upstate new york and she ruined them. she promised to do to the coal miners and what she's done to children she ran billions of dollars worth of ads saying the few words that donald trump said using his words but 24/7 through every cycle repeating this over and over and saying, oh, look, but if she cared about children, why was she doing the same thing by messaging that to the kids? those kids were siing there watching those ads an those children were learning it from her. and it was her and her team that did that. i just want to say that as a person who had her as our senator and as a person who
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knows where the most exclusive area where she does not live next door to a black person and does not lift up black children, i live in inner cities and i know and new york city and i know that the safety of a child walking to school, i don't care what color they are that child needs to live a safe life. host: rene from syracuse, new york. and a look at the portico of the white house. as governor mike pence said, it is tuesday, november 8th about 12:30 east coast time. and jill has this tweet, governor pence makes good sense and he helped donald j. trump make america great again. i believe in both men. we'll go to the democrat's line. good morning to you. caller: yes. well, i jups wanted to briefly comment on what the previous
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caller talked about. my children are covered under the medicaid extension. you know the other lady said that she did not help children. and also she's going to talk about the donald trump record with people of color. i could go on. that is not what i wanted to talk about. host: governor mike pence is back on the stage which means donald trump is nearby. we will go to ever comes to the podium first. it looks like donald be their first with these dueling rallies live from grand rapids, michigan. [cheers and applause] >> ♪
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♪ mr. trump: thank you very much. thank you, everybody. wow, thank you. [cheers and applause]
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mr. trump: thank you very much, ladies and gentlemen. headed south 12 minutes ago and look at this place, it is incredible. beyonce, need jay-z or we do not need jon bon jovi, we do not need lady gaga. to we need is great ideas make america great again, that is all we need. [cheers and applause] officiallyow tuesday, november 8. [cheers and applause]
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mr. trump: did you ever think you would be hearing a major 1:00h at around close to a.m. in the morning, are we crazy? is this crazy? crazy. but we just left new hampshire where we are doing fantastically well. we're up in new hampshire, where up in ohio -- we are of in are, in north carolina, we doing great there. we are up in florida. we are doing really, really well in pennsylvania. mean, we are doing well. these people, the world's most dishonest people, the media, they are not happy. no, no, they are not happy. they are saying, what is going on? today we are going to win the great state of michigan and we are going to win back the white
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house. [cheers and applause] are hours away from a once-in-a-lifetime change . we are going to have real change , not obama change. to again tonight by thanking all of you and all of the people in this incredible movement. it is a movement like has never happened in this country before. it is a movement that nobody has ever seen before, even these , they talk about it, it is one of the great political phenomenon is, many of them have said it, even some of them who truly, truly dislike me. they have said, this is one of the great phenomenons. look at this place at almost 1:00 in the morning. [cheers and applause] mr. trump: so, i love michigan,
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and i was the man of the year or something like four or five and iago and i came here have so many friends in michigan, but i came here to get the award. ey me to make a speech, i made a speech and i talked aret how michigan, they ripping your oil companies apart, they are taking your jobs, they are closing your plants, and they're moving them to mexico and other places, but mostly to mexico in this case. and i talked about that and everybody likes me in michigan. we have to do something about it but i was not a politician. i talked about it and i kept talking about it and talking about it and talking and that i see ford moving a big plant and ford two weeks ago announcing that small cars will be produced and made entirely in mexico. it is getting worse and worse. i developed a great relationship with the people of michigan so
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the reason i am here is that i thought new hampshire was going to be my last and i heard that crooked hillary clinton was coming to michigan, i said, let's follow it up. let's follow it up. [cheers and applause] and i said, there is no place i would rather be for my last rally, right here, in michigan, late at night and full of energy and life, boy, do we have energy and life. wow. although this is our last rally of this campaign, it is a most hard to believe. we started a year and a half ago. we started with 17 very talented people, governors, senators, dr. ben carson, great guy, lovely, talented people. and one by one by one, and most
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of them have been terrific and give us great support, ben carson is one of them, as you know. thought andd have d candidate one flawe left to beat. one flawed candidate. [cheers and applause] mr. trump: it is going to be the very beginning of a new adventure, because the new weenture we have to win, have to go out and vote, but the new adventure is making america great again. we are going to do it. [cheers and applause] after we went, i am going to be coming back to michigan a lot. i am going to be coming back every time we open a new factory, or new automobile plant, and we will do it, we
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will do a lot of expansion, we are going to do a lot of expansion, i know exactly what to do, folks, we will not lose you jobs anymore. we will not lose your jobs anymore. we are going to bring back the automobile industry to michigan, bigger and better and stronger than ever before. you have been mistreated. stands at the crossroads of history. we will winchigan, this historic election, and then we truly will be able to do all of the things we want to do, they will not be taking our jobs any longer. they will not be doing the things they have been doing to us. we will end up having great welth care, strong borders, will build up our military, we
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have no choice, we have a depleted military. we will be able to do the things we want to do. when you step into that voting today. -- itis now is now today. there is one core question for you to consider. do you want america to be ruled by the corrupt political class, or do you want america to be ruled by you, the people, that is what it is, by the people. the way it was supposed to have been for a long time. we have lost track. michigan, we will bring back your automobile production, and we will bring back your industry. weekly you see what we do for michigan. i have been talking about it for a long time. crooked hillary has not talked about it, folks. she does not know where to begin. she talked about bringing industry back to new york state
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when she was in new york state senator. let me tell you, not only did it not come back, look at upstate new york to my it is a disaster. it got worse. people fled, companies fled, it is a disaster. andcorrupt politicians their special interests have ruled over this country for a very long time. today is our independence day. [cheers and applause] mr. trump: today, the american working class is going to strike back, finally. withchange begins immediately repealing and replacing the disaster known as obamacare. it has just been announced that the residents of michigan are going to experience a massive premium hike like you would not believe.
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it is not going to matter that much, honestly, as we are going to terminate it. you will not have to worry about it. don't worry. now, on the other hand, if something horrible happens tomorrow, get ready to pay a lot more than you are even paying now, but that is not going to happen, i am looking at that and test again lady right there, she is shaking her head, no way, not going to happen, right? not going to happen. i do not think you will have to worry about the premiums. but with obama care, premiums are surging, companies are legion -- leading, insurers are fleeing, doctors are quitting, and adaptable's are going right through the roof. yet hillary clinton wants to double down on obamacare, making it even more expensive and it does not work. it is no good. so wesking for your vote can repeal and replace obamacare and save health care for every family in michigan and
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throughout the united states of america. we have to do it. we do not have a choice. means restoring honesty to our government. so the first thing we should do, let's get rid of hillary, ok? that is probably -- that would be a very good first step, that is a good first step. [cheers and applause] mr. trump: hillary clinton is the most corrupt person ever to seek the office of the presidency of the united states. protected by a totally rigged system that i have been talking about for a long time.
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it is a rigged system. now, it is up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot box. i do not have to say do it tomorrow, do it in a week, you are going to do it today, you will go to sleep for a couple of hours, right? you go to sleep for a couple of hours, you wake up, you cast your vote and you go back to sleep or go to work, you people do not go to sleep, you will go back to work. i know my people. you will get up after about two hours, you will vote and go to work. [cheers and applause] mr. trump: i know my michigan people. i know. i have so many friends here, they work. they do not stop. we are finally going to close the history books on the clintons and their lies and schemes and corruption. we will open a bright new
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chapter, focused on you, the american people. my contract with the american voter begins with a plan to end government corruption and to take our country back from the special interests. i want the entire corrupt washington establishment to hear our words, our words, when we say, you know what we are going to say, we are going to win today and we are going to washington, d.c. to drain the swamp. absolutely. absolutely. it,probably heard me say drain the swamp. chanting "drain the
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swamp."] bad that: isn't it too the corrupt media never show the crowds? it is almost like one in the they saidd we have, 18 thousand people here. every corner, look at this. every corner. you know what they will say? donald is speaking before a crowd of people, these people are the worst. he is speaking in front of a few thousand people. at the core of my contract is my the to bring back our jobs, trade policies of hillary clinton from nafta to china to career to the transpacific partnership, which, by the way, is a disaster. your factories, crushed or auto industry, and
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gutted your communities, you know it, and she is not -- honestly, you could not give her a shot, you are wasting your time. you are wasting your time. to do theto be able job. just look at her record. but forget her record, not going to be able to do the job, she does not have a clue. michigan has lost more than 104 of its manufacturing jobs, a clinton andby bill supported by his lovely wife, hillary. right? [audience boos] mr. trump: by the way, do you know who i spotted in the audience? mayor rudolph giuliani. rudy giuliani.
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he has got energy, that guy, he is all over the place going from place to place to lay's, a lot of this up here, too. listen tos lost, this. 70,000 factories. 7000 -- 70,000. not 700, not 7000. 70,000 factories since china entered the world trade organization. , anotherill hillary-backed disaster. we are living through the theft injobs that -- the history of the world. our jobs are being stolen like candy from a baby. not going to happen anymore, folks. there are going to be consequences. there are -- when they fire our people, our great people who have been working for 25, 30 years at these companies, they fire our people, there are going
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to be consequences, it does not work that way. not anymore. the politicians have been working on this problem for 50 years -- 15 years, 20 years, and it is so simple. 3627i laid off 300 -- workers and move their jobs to mexico and other countries. ft automotive laid off 166 workers in auburn hills, beautiful place, and move their jobs to mexico. workers laid off 5300 and moved their jobs to mexico. china, and to other countries. 2155 workers and move their jobs to mexico and many other countries. its ford is moving all of small car production to mexico. isn't that wonderful?
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it used to be the cars were made in flint, and you could not drink the water in mexico. now, the cars are made in mexico, and you cannot drink the damn water in flint. what the hell? [cheers and applause] unbelievable. is that true or what? unbelievable. i have a friend, he is the biggest in the world that building plants, he said build an apartment, he would not know what to do. he builds plants, the biggest in the world, the most sophisticated lance, all kinds of plants. i said how are you doing, he is from this entry, loves this country, loves this whole area, loves you people. he wants to do them here. -- how areim, our
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you doing and he said unbelievable. i said, that is good for you where you doing well? mexico. what about our country? not said -- not so good. he said we are building some of the greatest plants anywhere in 's and the and i said, sad, isn't this pathetic, we are going to change it around. i want mexico to build great plans but we have to build great plants also. it has to be a two-way street, folks. a two-way street. right now, it is a one lane highway right into these other countries, they take our money, they take our jobs, they build their plants, they build their factories, we end up with unemployment and drugs, that is what we end up with. not going to happen any longer. i trump administration will stop the jobs from leaving america and we will stop the jobs from
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leaving michigan. that i can tell you 100%. ford or another company wants to fire their workers in michigan, and move to another country and ship their products back into the united states, i will pick up the phone myself if i can, they do not want me to do that, folks. i want to do it, it is so easy. i love doing it, it is like i am a natural. i will have plenty of great representatives. to do ite, i am going every once in a while, i don't care. i love it. we will be calling the executives at fort or whatever company it is and we will tell them very nicely that if they want to move their factory or their plant to another country, they will have to pay a 35% tax when they sell their cars or their products back into the united states through what will
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soon be a very, very powerful border. so they will pay a tax and here is what is going to happen. 100%. nobody is moving, folks. they are not going to move. they are not going to move, ok? just think of it, don't worry about it, we will build a wall. [cheers and applause] mr. trump: don't worry about it. a trump administration will renegotiate nafta, and we do not get the deal we want, we will terminate have to and get a much better deal for our workers and our companies, 100%. immediately stop the job killing transpacific partnership which hillary clinton called the gold standard and she lied, during the debate, by the way, did trump when the debate -- win the debate?
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and by the way, he is here, mike pence wins the debate -- win the debate? that was not easy, it was not easy. but he certainly made it looked he?, did he? -- didn't how good is this guy? honestly, i felt so sorry for tim kaine. great football team playing your local high school football layer -- player. lied about it. she said it was the gold standard and we caught her in the lie and all of that. when you think about it, it is the gold standard. it is the gold standard for the
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other countries, not for us, for the other countries we are doing business with, can do it. hillary will pass tp thep -- will pass it she which will destroy the rest of the auto industry, believe me. they do notroy, even talk about currency manipulation in tpp, and they did not want to because he was taken out, because some of our politicians wanted it taken out, the number one weapon. they wanted it taken out because of special interests that take care of our politicians. they are not taking care of me. i have spent a fortune on this campaign and i will tell you, i told this to mike pence. if we do not win because everyone is saying, unbelievable, it doesn't matter if you win or lose, there has never been a movement like this, i said let me just tell you, stop right there. if we do not win, this will be the single greatest waste of
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time, energy, and money in my life. we have to win. to do what we have to do, we have to win. we just can't have some thing that looks wonderful and the history books in 30 years. as part of this part of our plan to bring back jobs, we are going to lower taxes and american business from 35% to 15%. we will massively cut taxes for the middle class. hillary clinton wants to raise your taxes vary significantly. y significantly. we are the highest taxed nation in the world and she wants to raise your taxes. we will rebuild our inner cities . i know some much about detroit -- so much about detroit, i know some of about the inner cities. the african-american community, the hispanic community, has been treated horribly for a long time
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. the politicians and -- in the case of the inner cities, virtually all democrats, for over 100 years, chain unbroken, what they have done is they come in and get your vote and they say, see you, for years, i will see you in four years. we're going to fix our inner cities. right now, they are so unsafe, you walk to the store to pick up a loaf of bread, you get shot. you get shot. in chicago, thousands of shootings since january 1. the inner cities are unbelievably dangerous. the education is no good. the safety is horrible. and there are no jobs. thei tell everybody, what hell do you have to lose? i will fix it. we will fix it. [applause]
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president mike pence will be involved and he is so enthused about it, there is so much potential, we have such potential, i am talking about the people. there is such potential there. that --fix it, november remember that. 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 550% refugeesin syrian pouring into our country. [audience boos] mr. trump: and virtually unlimited immigration from the most dangerous regions of the overrunncluding regions and controlled by isis. import generations
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of terrorism, extremism, and radicalism into your schools and throughout your communities. when i am elected president, we will suspend the syrian refugee program. and we will keep radical islamic terrorists the hell out of our country, 100%. [cheers and applause] mr. trump: we have no choice. we have no choice. but we all have big hearts and we will build safe havens in syria and we will get the gulf states, they have nothing but money, they have nothing but money, we will get them to pay for it. we owed $20 trillion right now. we are not going to pay for it. we will get the gulf states to pay for it. we will manage it, we will take care of people, but they can't come into our country, we have enough problems, ok? you have seenan,
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firsthand the problems caused with the refugee problem, with large numbers of poorly vetted refugees pouring into your state, without your knowledge, without your support, or without your approval. nobody even knows what people are being placed. a trump administration will not admit any refugees without the support of the local community where they are being placed. alsomp administration will secure and defend the borders of the united states. and yes, we will build a great, great wall. [cheers and applause] [crowd chanting "build the
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wall"} mr. trump: so, i just want to ask you one question if you do not mind at 1:00 in the morning. who is going to pay for the wall? 100%. but theyot know it yet are going to pay. we are going to have a great relationship with mexico. but right now, it is a one-way street. we can't have that. they will pay for the wall. totally openrts borders, there goes your country you and strongly supports sanctuary cities like san francisco, where a woman was murdered by an illegal immigrant reported at least five times. a trump administration will and this nightmare of violence in ended quickly. we will stop illegal immigration, deport all criminal aliens, and dismantle every last criminal gang and cartel
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threatening our wonderful citizens. we going to do it easily. quickly. -- we are going to do it easily. we will repeal the obama and clinton [indiscernible] been many times when we needed more. i am honored to have the endorsement of more than 200 top admirals and generals and 22 medal of honor recipients and that list just grew a lot larger today. ourary clinton and establishment have to rectus into foreign wars that have made us less safe, shipped our wealth all over -- overseas to other countries, and left our borders --home till he wide-open totally wide-open. that will change when we win the
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presidency. that will change. has to change. it has to change. from now on, it is going to be america first. up, to all summing americans, i say, it is time for change. it is time for leadership. just think about what we can accomplish in the first 100 days of a trump administration. we are going to have the largest tax cut since ronald reagan. [cheers and applause] and hillary wants to raise your taxes. we will illuminate any unnecessary job killing regulation. we will cancel every illegal obama executive order. we will protect religious liberty. [cheers and applause] and yesterday, it was
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billy graham's 90th birthday, meaning an hour ago. yesterday meaning an hour ago. sons a great man and his franklin has been so amazing, but i wanted to mention early graham, 98 years old, amazing. we're going to rip bit -- rebuild our a la terry and take care of our veterans who have not been taken care of properly. we are going to take care of our vets. about time, believe me, it is about time. we will provide school choice and put an end to common core. we are bringing education local. support the great men and women of law enforcement. [cheers and applause] mr. trump: we will save our second amendment, which is under siege.
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and appoint justices to the united states supreme court who will uphold and defend the constitution of the united states. the election is now. can you believe it? today, it is today, it is unbelievable. every dream you have ever dreamed for your country and your family come true. magnificent chance to beat this corrupt, rigged system and to deliver justice for every forgotten man and forgotten woman, and forgotten child in this nation. we are fighting for every citizen who believes that government should serve the people, not the donors, and not the special interests. fighting to bring us all together as americans.
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we are living in a divided nation. we are living in a very divided nation. we are going to be brought together. just imagine what our country could accomplish if we started working together as one people, under one god, saluting one american flag, right? [cheers and applause] i am asking you to dream big because with your vote, we are just hours away from the change you have been waiting for your entire life. [cheers and applause] so to every parent who dreams for their child and to every child who dreams for their future, i say these words to you tonight. i am with you. i will fight for you. and i will win for you. i promise.
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[cheers and applause] mr. trump: to all americans tonight, and all of our cities and all of our towns, i pledge to you one more time, together, we will make america wealthy again. we will make america strong again. we will make america safe again. and we will make america great again. thank you, everybody. thank you. god bless you, everybody. go to bed, go to bed right now, get up and vote. thank you, everybody, thank you michigan, we love you. we will be back. thank you. >> ♪
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campaign rally taking place in grand rapids, michigan. theary clinton is also on campaign trail, she is wrapping up her speech and we will show that in its entirety in the course of our now overnight coverage of this election eve, this election morning. the results from new hampshire, dixville noch -- tch, hillary clinton. and adding to the results in tch, giving donald trump a lead. this is in the northern and central part of new hampshire just after midnight. the votes were cast and donald trump in those towns, 32 votes to 25 votes according to the concord patch and libertarian gary johnson getting for votes receiving sanders three right in votes and one voter cast a vote for
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kasich-sanders. we will watch the scene in grand rapids, michigan. elaine from harmony, pennsylvania. you have been very patient. i want to say thank you to c-span despite what the other colors have said. i think you try to be very fair in your coverage. i was listening to pence thanks to c-span while i was holding and mr. trump and i am a christian conservative like and truthfully, i would be terrified if i would go to the devil if i told as lies areae those trump has been indicted in mexico for a building failure that he did there. he told people about transferring jobs,'s jobs have been transferred to china, that is where he makes his products,
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manufacturers, but what i would really like to do is ask trump supporters if they consider themselves to be christian, how can they overlook his comments and behavior, his deceit, and his hypocrisy, and i also want to say this. i have done a lot of research historically about first ladies. in the history of our country, we have never had a first lady who had publicly displayed new to photographs and i find that to be appalling. listening tos c-span tonight and being horrified by the lies that i heard, and anyone, don't take my word for it, do your due diligence research and find out what true donald trump has done in his actions, behaviors, and what he has done to workers. i like to give people the
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benefit of the doubt, but i am just appalled by some of the things i have heard and by the saw melaniaave -- i trump when she was a model and an escort. i cannot imagine having a first lady who has had those nude photos distributed publicly. host: former first lady hillary clinton has wrapped up her speech. she is going by heard daughter chelsea and her husband, former president bill clinton. we will have the chance to show you that speech in its entirety. you lane thank you for that call. caller: since i was holding so long. does anyone think that hillary is any worse than any president who has ever held office in this country? anything she has done? womank it is time for a president. thank you so much and thank you to c-span and anybody who puts on the production.
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linda who iso to joining us from arlington, texas, republican line. go ahead, please, linda. first of all, i am an independent or i was. going back to elaine, i would like to ask her, she is a christian, the bible says she'll curry clinton is not only for abortion but for full term abortion. that right there is in the 10th commandment, the first one, thou shall not kill. i can tell you that i am fair, i gave hillary a chance, i gave donald a chance. hillary clinton is a liar. she is corrupt. and donald trump is the answer for america. host: thank you for the call. florida leading the states with 6.4 million early votes, more than 35 states with early voting that took place around the
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country and those results coming in tomorrow along with voting taking place beginning in just a couple of hours unless you live dixville notch. it already took place. caller: what donald trump had done in the past is in the past. what hillary clinton has done, all those people that got killed over there, she needs to go to jail. if other people have done what she had done, they would have been throwed in jail locked, stock, and barrel. to pennsylvania. matthew, your state is one of the battlegrounds in this campaign cycle. caller: yes it is. economy is my number one issue as a business major in college. i will be voting for hillary
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clinton this election cycle. let's not go back to the days of bush where he cut everybody's taxes all while getting ourselves involved in a very expensive war in the middle east. that is just not going to do our national budget any good. if you listen to donald trump's speech, he makes it sound like hillary will raise everyone's taxes and trump will/everyone's taxes. that is not the case. no one's tax rate is going to change but under trump, the only thing to get slashed is his rich friend and -- for rich friends and trickle down is -- does not work. ceos care about putting more money in their own pockets and donald trump is [indiscernible] he has all of his products being manufactured overseas because the wages are so cheap over there.
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even if we lower all the corporate tax rates, we will not be able to compete with wages because in america, you make a living wage and mexico and china, they do not make go -- make a living wage. will never be able to compete on that level. so to say that lowering the tax rate will bring all these jumps back, it is just not going to happen. if you'd dig deep down -- if you dig deep down, hillary clinton has the it attacks plan and i cannot wait to vote for just to see our country prosper more. host: go ahead. her having me. with respect to elaine's call, i can't wait for her to run for president to see what kind of scandals the media digs up so i can piece together my 20's. picking a candidate for this election is like picking a kind
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of mood you want to be kicked in the face with. both candidates have 11 it -- benevolent, benign, and beneficial points. deleterious way of expressing them. his views on immigration has not changed but his words have. that is a testament to how people can have the same ideas but become more professional and have a different way of expressing themselves. clinton has a more peaceful approach and she has a really cool head on her shoulders. --i would not be surprised if either party gets impeached matter what party takes office. come wednesday morning, i will be sleeping a lot better knowing ist this whole mishigoss over. people should be ankle for living on the most powerful nation on the planet. i know i am. t's go to joanne.
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democrats line, good morning. caller: i think hillary would be the best person for president. would you really want your kids acting like donald trump and, usout being a christian, jes does not belong in politics and he never was. notgave us all free will, suppression. as far as bush and his administration, he lost 21 e-mails and as far as hillary raising taxes, she is not going to be raising any taxes on anyone that makes $250,000 or less. hasn't been promoting working together as far as trump has not been promoting working together. he has not at all. this whole election, he has been bashing hillary is whole
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election, he does not say what he is going to do and how he is and just hillary is no good, that is all he says. host: ok. we will have live coverage getting underway at 8:00 eastern time, five on the west coast and our coverage will continue into the morning hours on wednesday. the washington journal getting underway at 6 a.m. wednesday morning and all day wednesday, we will have coverage of the events here in washington as we assess the returns and the makeup of the new congress. we will hear from house and senate leaders as well. that begins tomorrow night at 8 p.m. eastern -- 8 a.m. eastern. fewld trump was a minutes earlier, we showed him live and now in its entirety, here's hillary clinton who was introduced by daughter chelsea and former president bill clinton. earlier tonight in raleigh, north carolina.
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ms. clinton: welcome, election day. i could not imagine being anywhere else than here with all of you. i am so grateful to the thousands of organizers who have worked if their hearts out across this country including here in north carolina. to the one million volunteers who have worked their hearts out across our country including here in north carolina. i am so excited that i finally get to vote for my mom in a few
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hours. how many of you have already voted? [cheers and applause] waitlinton: i just can't with allboth my hands of you in a few hours. i think i am the most excited person in our family. but my dad may be just as excited. fiercely proud to be my mother's daughter, and i am also really proud to be my father's daughter. please join me in welcoming my dad, president bill clinton.
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[cheers and applause] mr. clinton: thank you. hello, thank you. [cheers and applause] mr. clinton: thank you. thank you very much. first of all, thanks for being here. do you know how late it is? thank you. or how early it is on election day. first, thanks to jovi.aga and jon bon
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thanks to all of you. carolina the north state family for welcoming us here. [cheers and applause] also think while chelsea answered -- ask the appropriate question and most of you said yes, it is very as has been know said before, how important you are to this election. when i was a boy growing up in arkansas, we look at north carolina because of the university network. because of all you had going for it. we saw what we hoped was the future of our region. today, we look at north carolina for fight you have raised voting rights, for lgbt writes -- rights, for safety and
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justice. you haved we have seen got a chance to elect a senator and a governor and a treasure and an attorney general. you got a chance to point the way to a unified future. [cheers and applause] clinton: i asked you, not to quit until the polls close. [cheers and applause] mr. clinton: and when we were ourstage listening to friend saying -- friends sing, someone was hanging a sign over what we could see on the screen about hillary's mom. where is it? hang that sign up. [cheers and applause]
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clinton: well, she was an unbelievable human being and she was right. and so was i, 45 years ago, when this person, i said i have never quite met anyone like this. me, amazing now and is tonight. amazing because she kept score the old-fashioned way. what are we going to do about it? whose lives are we going to change, whose life are we going
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to save, whose life are we going to lift? now we have a chance to redeem the promise of all of our north carolina moments. everybody in the world has them. we all wake up every day with hope in our hearts and sometimes we give it away, don't give it away. claimant tomorrow -- claim it tomorrow. [cheers and applause] i thank you for being here, and ask you to be there until the last person votes for the next president of the united states, hillary clinton. [cheers and applause] ms. clinton: thank you
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all. [cheers and applause] [crowd chanting] [cheers and applause] ms. clinton: wow, thank you. well, i got to tell you, this is sure worth staying up for. [cheers and applause] ms. clinton: it is so great to be here in raleigh, here at north carolina state. [cheers and applause]
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and i cannot imagine a better way of ending this campaign than having the opportunity to see all of you and to watch and listen to lady got a -- lady gaga. one of the most inventive, creative, and passionate performers, whose range goes beyond, and id was watching on the screen not only her perform but all of you jumping and singing and waving. it was great. [cheers and applause] because you know what, that is what i want for america and the people of america, the joy, the passion [inaudible]
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[cheers and applause] ms. clinton: and to know our longtime friend jon bon ms. clis with us. he was with us in philadelphia with bruce springsteen and jon said, i want to go down to raleigh, so here he is. and between now and the time the polls close as we will be living on a prayer. was really impressed when everybody's hand went up saying you had voted. go find someone who has not voted, ok?
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bring out your friends, your roommates, strangers on the street. just stop and talk to them about what is at stake at this election -- in this election. because north carolina is key, r election, are you ready to elect -- cooper as your next [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: i sure hope so. elect you are ready to linda coleman your lieutenant governor. [cheering and applause]
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mrs. clinton: and how about the state treasurer? [cheering and applause] i really hope you will send number ross to washington just send deborah ross to -- send deborah ross to washington. [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: we are all fired up. when we were with the president and michelle in philadelphia -- [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: the president was talking about how consequential this election is, and of course it is. i really believe it is the most important election of our lifetime, but because -- lifetime, because we have never had a clearer choice.
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never. [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: it is a choice between division and unity, between strong, steady leadership, or a loose cannon who could risk everything. [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: it is a choice between an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top. [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: it is a choice that goes to the heart of who we are as americans. what i saw before i came in is a sense of potential of joy. there is no reason my friends why america's best days are not ahead of us if we reach for them together. [cheering and applause] we don't have to accept a dark and divisive vision for america.
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tomorrow, you could vote for a hopeful, bighearted america. [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: our core values are being tested in this election, but my faith in our future has never been stronger. i love our country, and i believe in the american people. i know if we bring everyone together, we could set goals and move toward them, and we can feel that sense of accomplishment that comes with being a part of something your than ourselves. [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: one of the great religious crisscrossing the
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country that i have in this campaign is meeting remarkable people. people who stand up against the odds. mother,ho, like my late understand that everybody gets knocked down. what matters is whether you get back up. whether you believe you can keep going. [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: last night in manchester, new hampshire, i had by honor of being introduced an extraordinary man whose son was killed serving our country in iraq. [applause] mrs. clinton: you may remember this speech at the democratic convention. [applause] again last night he reminded us the responsibility we all share to
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protect and defend our constitution. kahn'sory of captain courage in the face of danger. he was with his unit when he saw a suspicious vehicle. he told his men to stay back. he moved toward the vehicle to check it out. the bomb went off. life but everybody else in his unit survived. he was awarded the bronze star. [cheering] mrs. clinton: this personal tragedy that the con family familynced -- the khan experienced is one that they
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thought about, grieved over in the privacy of their homes until they heard my opponent start talking about who was acceptable in america and who wasn't. the categories of people, starting with immigrants, including african-americans and latinos and pows and muslims. the list went on and on. despair,d a sense of because he asked himself what his son have a place and donald trump's america? someone who paid the ultimate .rice in serving our country we can answer that question "yes."w resoundingly [cheering and applause]
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mrs. clinton: think about how generations of americans throughout our history have come together. our parents, grandparents, great grandparents defended democracy. they built the great american middle class. they marched for civil rights, women's rights, for lgbt writes in the rights of people with disabilities. [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: tomorrow we face the task desk the test of our time. -- the test of our time. it is not just my name or donald trump's name on the ballot, it is the kind of country we want. it is every issue that anyone cares about. [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: if you believe america thrives when the middle class thrives, then you have to vote tomorrow.
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[cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: if you believe we should make the biggest investment in new jobs since world war ii and infrastructure, and manufacturing clean energy, vote. -- clean energy, then you have to vote. [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: if you believe -- to raise the minimum wage, because no one who works full-time deserves to live in poverty. you need to vote. if you believe we need to do more to help working families and equal pay for women -- [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: then you have to vote and remember when my opponent says, every time i talk
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about these issues that i am playing the woman's card. you know what i say? deal me in. [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: if you believe all kids deserve good schools with good teachers, you have to vote. [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: and if you believe college should be more affordable, you have to vote. [cheering and applause] bernie sanders and i worked on a plan to make public colleges and universities tuition free -- tuition-free.
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[cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: if you earn less $125,000 and that free for everybody else -- and debt free for everybody else. for the millions of americans struggling with student debt, we are going to help you pay that down and pay that off. [cheering and applause] if you believe in -- you have to vote. [cheering and applause] believe wen: if you need to reform our criminal justice system, so everyone is treated fairly -- [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: then you have to vote. if you believe we should never
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write discrimination into our laws -- [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: then you know, north carolina, you've got to vote to get rid of hb two. [cheering and applause] now, this is so energizing, we could keep going with a long list. [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: here is what else i want you to know. a good thing this election did
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not land during exams. [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: tomorrow night, this election will end but i want you to understand our work together will be just beginning. [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: we have to bridge the divide to this country. the bible says we have to repair the breaches. we have to be willing to start listening to each other again, respecting each other again. [cheering and applause] i want toon: -- i want to thank gaga because she is always stood for the fundamental principle of respect. [cheering and applause]
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want you to know and spread the word, i do want to be president for all americans, not just some, not just the people who support me and vote for me. i want to be resident for everyone, because we have a role to play in building that better future for our country and each other. [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: so, if you have not voted yet, go to iwill you can get all of the information you need and you can still volunteer, right? we would welcome you to make sure everybody gets out to vote tomorrow. [cheering] mrs. clinton: none of us want to
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wake up wednesday morning and wish we had done more, right? [cheering and applause] todaylinton: years from when your kids and grandkids ask what you did in 2016 when everything was on the line, you will be able to say you voted for a stronger, fairer, better america. [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: in america where we build bridges, not walls. [cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: where we prove conclusively that, yes, love trump's hate. thank you.
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[cheering and applause] mrs. clinton: let's go vote, north carolina. god bless you. ♪
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funding. they plan to work out differences between house and senate versions of the bill to aid flint, michigan's water system. watch the house when members return live on c-span. the senate on the member 15th on on november-senate 15 on c-span2. >> donald trump campaigned in florida. the event is 45 minutes.
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>> ♪ mr. trump: thank you, everybody. [cheers] mr. trump: in one day, we are going to win the great state of florida, and we are going to take back the white house. we will take it back. florida is my second home. a state i love so much -- and by the way, hillary, once this is over, she will never come back to florida.
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she has got nothing to do with florida. i'm here with he houses in the buildings and thousands and thousands of employees who we love, and got nothing to do this place. she doesn't know florida. that i can tell you. but i am really thrilled to be here. this is the last day of our campaign. who would have believed it? they say it is the single greatest movement politically speaking in the history of this country. and you believe that? can you believe that? it's quite an honor. and they say we will get a tremendous amount of credit win or lose. i say, no, no, no, i don't want credit if we lose.
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i'm not looking for credit. i'm not looking for credit. i'm looking to make america great again. this election will decide whether we are ruled by a corrupt political class -- you have been watching what is going on. folks, the system is rigged. it is, ok? the system is rigged. at least we know it. and people in this country, i think, because of us, have never known it so obviously as they do now. the system is totally rigged. [cheering] hillary clinton should not even be allowed to run for the presidency of the united states. she should not be allowed to run. [cheering] mr. trump: disgraceful. what is happening, what's happening is a disgrace. our country is a laughingstock all over the world with what is happening with our justice, our country is a laughingstock all over the world. they are laughing. if we win -- well, you know what you can do? go out and vote tomorrow. that is what you can do, ok?
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[cheering] mrs. clinton: -- mr. trump: that's the only way. that is the way you beat the rigging, folks. if we win, the corrupt politicians and their donors lose. if they win, the american people lose big league. this is it, folks. we will never have another opportunity, not in four years, not in eight years, it will be over. with supreme court justices, with people pouring into our country. this is it. this is it. good luck. get out there. i did my thing. i mean, i worked yesterday. [cheering] mr. trump: yesterday they said i set a record. i had crowds -- massive crowds. yes, they said i set the record. we went to seven different states. you ought to see these crowds. in michigan -- which i think we are going to win michigan, by
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the way. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: we are going to win michigan. you know what we are going to win? we are going to win minnesota. we are going to win minnesota. we are leading big in ohio. we are leading in new hampshire where i'm going in a little while. we are leading in north carolina. we are doing very, very well in pennsylvania. very well. you watch what is going to happen in pennsylvania. the miners are going to come out, the steelworkers are going to come out, the steelworkers who lost their jobs are going to come out. by the way, lots of people surrounding philadelphia are going to come out and be voting because they want to vote your -- want to vote. and you know who is going to come out? the women are going to come out.
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you watch. the women, the women are going to come out big. it's all a phony deal. they are telling you a lot of phony stuff. they are so worried. you ought to see them on television this morning. oh, you don't think there's no chance at all we are leading in new hampshire. they are very happy. oh, oh. oh. mr. trump is leading in new hampshire. you can see they are thrilled. they are totally thrilled. they are thrilled. by the way, i just went to introduce -- i am a big fan of billy graham. we all are. who isn't? who isn't? i'm also a big fan he has been so incredible to me -- franklin graham. he is a great guy. keeping it going. and billy graham's granddaughter was here and spoke incredibly i hear -- i hear. but sisi graham lynch is here somewhere.
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where is she? you were so great. everybody is saying if you can do as well as this -- you have done a good job. thank you. that is an amazing -- i will tell you -- my father used to take me, they called it the crusades. that was the crusades. it was a beautiful thing. but billy graham was amazing. i think -- is he 98 today? 98 years old, billy graham. [cheering] mr. trump: oh, thank you. really great. say hello to your family. billy graham is 98 years old. this is amazing -- truly one of the great, great men. our failed political establishment has delivered nothing but poverty at home and disaster overseas. they get rich making america poorer. it is time to reject a media and political elite that has bled our country dry. [cheering]
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mr. trump: it's finally time for us to fight for america and to fight for america. [audience chanting "usa! usa!"] mr. trump: i'm not a politician. my only special interest is you. you know -- [cheering] mr. trump: i built a great company. one of the great companies. one of the great real estate companies. some of the most incredible assets in the world, including durell right down the road. we have had a tremendous career. but -- and i was on the other side. my whole life, i was always watching, watching. i was on the other side.
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it's a very nice and very comfortable to be on the other side. but i love this country. and this country was going bad. it was going bad. so, i went like from sort of an ultimate insider, with people that absolutely said, well, don, how are you? they would come over, i would give them a check for some freaky thing. -- check for some crazy thing they are doing. they would say, don, how are you? then they go, donald who? we don't know donald trump. you have to see these guys. i know them better than anybody. it was time. it was time. i had to join the other side, which is you. we are going to do things so special. our country was in trouble. $20 trillion in debt, making deals like the deal with a ran -- with iran where we give them
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$150 billion, where we give them $1.7 billion in cash. do you know what that is? that would fill up an arena. nobody had even heard of things like this. when you look at -- our military is allowed to deplete. our military is very depleted. we can do that. this is among the times when we most need a tremendous of -- tremendous and powerful and smart military. we need smart people. [cheering] mr. trump: and obamacare is a disaster. everything is wrong. our country doesn't win anymore. we are going to start winning again, ok? [cheering and applause] mr. trump: real change begins with immediately repealing and replacing obamacare. it has just been
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announced that the residents of florida -- sorry to tell you this, folks -- i don't want to make you depressed. half of you will walk out of the room. are going to experience massive, double-digit premium hikes, ok? and they are far greater than you have been told. you have been told numbers as they did not want to do it before the election. i worked very hard to force those numbers out. they're going to have a great impact -- you know my poll numbers are going through the roof. i believe a part of it is obamacare. we are going to repeal it and replace it. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: in the great state of arizona, premiums are going up 116%. over 90% of the counties in florida are losing obamacare, and they are losing the insurers that put obamacare there. but you know what? we are going to make it 100% of the counties because we are going to terminate obamacare, and it's not going to make a
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difference. we will be terminating obamacare, and we will be replacing it with so many different options that you will have great health care at a fraction, a fraction, of the cost. and it will be great. with obamacare, premiums are surging, companies are leaving, insurers are fleeing, doctors are quitting and deductibles are going through the roof. yet crooked hillary clinton wants to double down on obamacare, make it even more expensive. going to go way up. obamacare is going to go much higher. [audience chanting "lock her up!"]
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mr. trump: nobody in this room can believe what is going on in washington. nobody in this room can believe what is going on with the fbi and the department of justice. nobody. nobody. nobody can believe it. i'm asking for your vote so we can repeal and replace obamacare and state health care for every family in florida and our great country. real change also means restoring honesty to our government. hillary clinton is the most corrupt person ever to seek the office of the presidency of the united states. she threatened national security. she sold her office to the highest bidder, and to cover her tracks, she deleted at least 33,000 e-mails after receiving a congressional subpoena.
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[booing] hillary clinton is being protected by a totally rigged system. now it is up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot box tomorrow. that is what is going to happen. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: that is what is going to happen. my contract with the american voter begins with a plan to end government corruption and take back our country and take it back swiftly from the special interests, who i know so well. i want the entire corrupt washington establishment to hear the words we are all about to say. when we went tomorrow, we are going to -- [in unison with audience] train
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-- drain the swamp. [cheering and applause] [audience chanting "drain the swamp"] mr. trump: you know, the other day, you read where hillary clinton called entertainers because she can't get anybody -- nobody wants to go. i see she is doing fine, i'm doing fine in the polls and all that. i don't know how. nobody goes to her rallies. so, she got jay-z and beyonce and the language they used was so bad. [booing] the language. the language was so bad. and as they were singing?
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singing, right? talking? wasn't talking or singing? i don't know. but the language was so bad -- by the time hillary got up, there was nobody there. but -- the crooked media, those people back that, the most dishonest people -- [booing] mr. trump: the crooked media does nothing. they don't explain it. they don't explain it. and isn't it amazing that when jay-z and beyonce use filthy language in their songs, using words that if i ever said those words, it would be the reinstitution of the electric chair, right? it is true.
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the use these words in she comes on and hugs them like everything is ok. and yet with me, he is very lewd. that is the new word. lewd. i have never seen anything like it in my life. she is such a phony. she is such a phony. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: i will say this -- i will that billy graham ever spoke like this. do we agree? this is different than a billy graham crusade. but you know what? we are all looking for the same thing. we are looking for greatness for our country. we are looking for religious liberty. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: we are looking for religious liberty. but we are somewhat different personalities. look at this mess. look at this mess. oh, wow. wow. that's beautiful. look at that. looks just like me.
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[cheering] [crowd noise] [cheering] mr. trump: nice head of hair. i will say that. thank you. is there any place more fun to be then a trump rally? [cheering] mr. trump: at the core of my contract is my plan to bring back our jobs. [cheering] mr. trump: florida has lost one in four of his manufacturing
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jobs since nafta, a deal signed by bill clinton, and supported by his lovely wife hillary. [booing] mr. trump: america has lost -- hard to believe this -- 70,000 factories since china injured the -- entered the world organization, -- the world trade organization, another bill and hillary-backed disaster. look. no country has ever lost jobs like us. they are sucked out of our country, the company's leave, they fire everybody, they go to mexico and many other countries. never happened before like this and we are going to stop it a just going to stop it day one. -- going to stop it day one. it's so easy to stop. so easy. so easy to stop. a trump administration will stop the jobs from leaving america and we will stop the jobs from leaving florida.
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promise. [cheering and applause] if a company wants to fire you, their workers, leave florida, and moved to another country -- like mexico as an example -- and ship their products back into the united states through what will become an unbelievably strong border, i will tell you -- [cheering] mr. trump: we will make them pay a 35% tax on those products. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: and i will tell you what's going to happen. i'll tell you what is going to happen. nobody is going to leave. the model no longer works. ford is leaving. i was in michigan last night. ford is leaving. they are all leaving. that is why i am going to win michigan. i believe we are going to win michigan. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: michigan -- they have
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ripped, they have ripped cars out of their factories, out of their plants -- same thing, ohio. so many companies have gone to mexico and other countries, and we are going to win these states by tremendous amounts because people are tired of being ripped off. that is what is happening. they are being ripped off. they are being led by politicians who -- frankly -- i went to an ivy league school. i was a good student and all that stuff, but some words, you can't duplicate them. we are tired of being led by stupid people. they are stupid. they are stupid. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: we will renegotiate nafta, stand up to china, and stop the job killing transpacific partnership, which will be a disaster.
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hillary clinton said it was the gold standard, and she is right. remember, she lied in the debate . she said i never said -- i said, you did say it. she lied. turns out she was right though. it was the gold standard for other countries, not for us. she was actually right. she should have said that. she doesn't know what she is doing. as part of our plan, to bring back jobs, we will lower taxes on american business from 35% to 15%. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: and we are going to massively cut taxes to the middle class -- who i call the forgotten people. these are the forgotten men and women. they built our country. hillary clinton wants to raise taxes.
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oh, i love those signs. blacks for trump. hold that sign up. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: i'm telling you. blacks for trump. you know -- you know -- one of the things they are seeing in a couple of these states like florida, african-americans are not turning out, and when they do, they are a lot of them voting for trump. this is very disturbing to the other side. they are not turning out because they don't care about her. she has got not a lot of inspiration. she used the term called super predator to define black youth, right? super predator. [booing] mr. trump: they are not turning out. they are not turning out. and then they are worried because when they do turn out, i'm getting so many more than was anticipated.
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[cheering and applause] mr. trump: i think the same is going to be true with hispanics. you know, the cubans gave me the award. the bay of pigs association last week gave me the award, man of the year. and it was a great honor. now, we are going to do great with the african-americans, we are going to do great with the hispanics, and the other side is starting to see it, and they are not happy. they are not happy. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: we are going to be one country. we are not going to be a divided nation anymore. we are a divided nation. [cheering and applause] [audience chanting "usa! usa"] mr. trump: thank you. proud of our country. we will also cancel billions and
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billions of dollars in global warming payments to the united nations. those payments will disappear. and we will use all of that money to invest in the infrastructure, and we could even say the environmental infrastructure, of our country. [cheering] mr. trump: and remember this. when it comes to environment, because i received very many of -- many environmental awards. people do not want to talk about that. that's ok. -- because i received a very many environmental awards. we need crystal clear water, we need immaculate air, and we need safety. we give billions and billions of dollars away. you can imagine who is taking that money. you can imagine. we don't even know. he goes, "hillary is taking it""
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probably. hey, you are probably smart -- you are pretty smart. probably she gets her piece. we will create jobs and opportunities for african-americans and hispanic americans that have been failed so badly. they have been lied to, they have been cheated to by the democratic party. she wants your vote, thanks a lot, see you in four years. that's what happens. we are going to do a job. for instance, i met recently the leaders in the puerto rican community. a great community. i know it well. they are being crushed by high taxes, regulations, and failed education policies of hillary clinton and obama. do you know what obama is now? not working on jobs. not working on mosul, where they gave four months advance notice -- our military: we are going in
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four months, it in four months we are expecting to enter mosul. i said please turn off the television. i can't hear it. the element of surprise, folks. "we are preparing now to go to mosul. we want to get their leaders." don't they realize before they finished the first is in his -- the first sentence four months ago, those leaders have already found new places? don't they understand? oh, general douglas macarthur, where are you, sir? where is our general george patton? where are they? [cheering] mr. trump: where is general patton? where is general george patton? [cheering]
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mr. trump: do you know where they are? they are watching and they are spinning in their graves. they don't believe it. wouldn't it be nice if we just shut up, did the job, had a news conference a week later, and said -- we had great success? wouldn't that be nice now? that's obama. that's obama. and you know what? hillary -- that would be four more years of obama, and we don't want it. [booing] and tell this president to stop campaigning and go back to work. [cheering] i am going to deliver jobs, safety, great education, help small businesses to thrive and grow, and create amazing opportunities for the children
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of this country. here in florida, we have such an amazing, incredible hispanic american community -- from cuba, from puerto rico, from venezuela, from haiti -- a great people. they are such warm, great people. by the way, warm, great people. they hate the clintons. they hate what the clintons did to them in haiti. they hate them. the dominican republic, and from many other places -- to all of our wonderful hispanic communities in the state, i want you to know you will have a true friend and champion and champion in donald trump. that i can tell you. [cheering] mr. trump: whether you'd vote for me or not, i'm with you. i will never, ever let you down. we will become a rich nation once again. [cheering] mr. trump: but to be a rich nation, we must also be a safe nation. hillary clinton wants a 550%
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increase in the inflow of syrian refugees into our country. [booing] 550%.ump: her plan will import generations of terrorism, extremism, and radicalism into your schools and throughout your communities. when i am elected president, we will suspend the syrian refugee program -- [cheering and applause] mr. trump: and we will keep radical islamic terrorists the hell out of our country. [cheering and applause] and you know what, folks? all of us, i'm speaking for all of us.
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we all have heart. i hate to say this in front of sisi anyway -- we have heart and we will build safe zones in syria. we will get the gulf states to put up money. they are going to help. they will put up all the money. we will not put up money. we will leave it and we will do -- we will lead it and we will do a great job, but we will get the gulf states to put up the money. we have to rebuild our own country. it's time. it's time. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: but we are going to build safe zones in syria. and we have to do that because what's happening is just a horrible thing. what's happening. but we have enough problems in our country. a trump administration will also secure, defend the borders of the united states. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: and, yes, we will build a great wall, and yes, mexico will pay for the wall. they are going to pay for the wall.
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[cheering and applause] [audience chanting "build the wall"] mr. trump: we have to keep the massive amounts of drugs pouring into our country and poisoning our youth, we have to keep it out. never before has there been a drug epidemic like we have in our country, and much of it is coming through the southern border, and it is pouring in. it's pouring in and it truly is poisoning our youth and plenty of other people. we are going to keep it out, and we are going to work very hard with medical professionals to take care of those people who are so badly addicted. right? [cheering] mr. trump: hillary supports totally open borders. there goes your country. there goes your country, folks.
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and strongly supports sanctuary cities like san francisco -- [booing] mr. trump: where kate steinle was murdered by an illegal immigrant who was deported, probably more than five times. we will cancel all federal funding to sanctuary cities. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: we will stop illegal immigration, deport all criminal illegal aliens, and dismantle every criminal gang and cartel threatening our cities. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: they are threatening our cities. they are threatening our citizens. not going to be here very long, folks. they are going to be out of here. we will also repeal the obama-clinton defense sequester and rebuild our badly depleted military. we have no choice.
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[cheering] this defense buildup will be supported by brand-new ships and by engineers and new advanced manufacturing of the space coast, right? the space coast. you know the space coast -- it's like they lost. new aircraft will fly from mcdill air force base and naval air station pensacola. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: we are also going to support our friends in cuba in their fight against oppression, the oppression of the castro regime. tremendous repression. we will demand political and religious freedom for the people of cuba and stand with our friends in venezuela in their struggle, likewise for freedom. we will stand. [cheering and applause] and we are also going to help
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the people of haiti who have such a tremendous, difficult path. we will help them and help them rebuild, the people of haiti. incredible people. i really enjoyed that time with them. very important, we will also stand strong -- we have to stand strong, with the state of israel, and their fight against islamic terrorism. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: barack obama was the worst thing that ever happened to israel. [booing] mr. trump: the worst thing. a disaster for israel. and the iran deal where we made them rich -- we also gave them a direct path right to nuclear weapons. we will be working with israel
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very closely. i am honored to have the endorsement of more than 200 top -- ands and generals that number is raising, raising very quickly. and 22 medal of honor recipients. incredible people. we were with them the other night right next to fort bragg, and i'll tell you, we had 22 25,000 peoplebe in a field. it was the most incredible thing you have ever seen. incredible. these are truly great atrios and -- great patriots and they are truly brave. hillary unleashed destruction in iraq, syria, libya. she empowered iran, and she unleashed isis on to the world. there was no isis when she was secretary of state. look. we should never have been in iraq, but we were. we should never have got out of iraq the way obama and clinton
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got us out. formed and thank you very much. we now have isis in 32 countries all over the world. unleashed by obama and hillary clinton. we are going to knock them out. [cheering and applause] drowning people in steel cages. not since medieval times have we seen anything like this. not since medieval times have we seen anything like this. i am in one of the debates -- that i went the debates? [cheering and applause] debates? in the [cheering and applause] mr. trump: they kept saying, are you in debate prep?
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-- ins in the great prep debate prep. for a week and a half, she would close the door, go to sleep and say it was debate prep, right? when she left those debates, she was exhausted. when she left the second and third debate, she was exhausted. not what we need in our country, folks. we need a lot of energy, a lot of bum-bum. we need a lot of things. we don't need hillary. "trump!"} vote.ump: get out and who has already voted? [cheering] mr. trump: that is pretty good. goodbye, everybody.
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[laughter] mr. trump: that is what the democrats due to the inner-city. they say, oh, they have voted. let's get out of here. see you in four years. you people have not, that is impressive. i love you too. thank you. [cheering] vote for: get out and those who have not. hillary and our failed washington establishment have dragged us into foreign wars that have made us less safe. that we never went. -- that wee never never win. i don't think you like hillary very much. oh boy, what a disaster. she gets in, it is a disaster. she is not going to get in. i tell you. i don't see it. [cheering]
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mr. trump: they have shipped our jobs and our wealth -- hillary -- all over the world. left the borders right open at home. that will all change starting tomorrow. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: actually tomorrow. don't takele we office until mid-january, the whole psyche will change as of tomorrow, right? this guy knows. great firemen. great people. .reat, great people not easy being a fireman today, right? thank you. you see a great firemen over here. i was with the fire groups the other day. they have a new problem, -- 10 i just get thatr me for me -- get that for me.
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[cheering] mr. trump: thank you. that is great. thank you. on but i set to put it saw this was 20 years old and it has been used. no way i am putting that on. the firemen have a big problem -- a shooting problem. they are being shot at as they are going to fires. it is a new phenomenon and people don't even know about it. they are being shot at as they put out fires. we have to change, folks. we have to bring people together . we have such a divided country. thank you. [crowd noise]
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from now on, it is going to be america first. americans, i say, it is time for change. it is time for new, strong, and smart leadership. up -- summing crowd: [chanting "trump"] thank you. thank you, everyone. [applause] mr. trump: i think i am going to be doing six of these today. can you believe that? six. going to north carolina. we are going to -- all over. we are going to new hampshire right after. going to be great. i love doing it because there is such spirit. the people -- the people of this country are so incredible. look at that.
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look at that. beautiful! beautiful babies. beautiful baby, good job. good job, daddy. wow. that is an elephant costume, huh? thank you. that is very nice. thank you. just think about what we can accomplish in the first 100 days of a trump administration. we are going to have the biggest tax cut since ronald reagan. hillary clinton is raising your taxes. we will save and protect social security and medicare. hillary is going to cut your social security and cut your medicare benefits. we will eliminate every unnecessary job-killing regulation. they are killing our businesses. obama every illegal
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executive order, of which there are many. crowd: [cheering] mr. trump: in honor of the great billy graham, we will protect religious liberty. [applause] mr. trump: rebuild our military and take great care, finally, of our veterans. our veterans are not being treated properly. provide school choice and put an end to common core. bring our education local. woment the great men and of law enforcement. amendment, which is under siege. and appoint justices to the united states supreme court who uphold and defend the
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constitution of the united states. this is so hard to believe. you have one day until the election. you know what that means? that means tomorrow. everyve one day to make dream you ever dreamed for your country come true. chancee one magnificent to beat the corrupt system and deliver justice. you will deliver justice for every forgotten man, forgotten woman, and forgotten child in this nation. do not let this opportunity slip away. we are fighting for every citizen who believes that government should serve the people, not the donors, and not the special interests. and we are fighting to bring us all together as americans. just imagine what our country could accomplish if we started working together as one people,
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under one god, saluting one american flag. crowd: [cheering] [chanting "usa"] you.rump: thank i am asking you to dream big, because with your vote, we are just one day away from the change you have been waiting for your entire life. i think and hope it will be the most important vote you'll ever cast, because we do not win anymore as a country.
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we do not win on the borders. we do not win with trade. what china is doing to us is beyond belief. we don't win anymore. we don't win with our military. we have the greatest people in the world, but we don't be isis. we don't win anymore. we will start winning again, and winning like you have never seen before, i tell you. we are going to win again. in fact, the people of florida may get tired of it. you are going to say, this guy, he wins too much. we can't take it. he wins too much. you will send your emissary. president, the people of florida just don't want to win this much. you are winning on trade. you are bringing back jobs. you are winning at the border. the military is unbelievable. it is too much. and i will say sorry, folks. we are going to keep on winning, right? [applause] , we will: together
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make america wealthy and prosperous again. we will make america strong again. we will make america safe again. great will make america again. thank you, everybody. god bless you. god bless you. go out and vote. thank you. [" you can't always get what you want" rolling stones] "washington journal," live every day. coming up tuesday morning on andtion day, pedro cortes, sylvania's secretary of state, joins us to talk about prepared polling locations and potential turnout around the state. then we will talk about key senate races that could determine if democrats take over the majority.
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will also discuss early voter turnout, preparations for election night, and concerns over cyber attacks. be sure to watch c-span's washington journal, live at 7:00 a.m. eastern tuesday morning. join the discussion. election night on c-span, watch the results and be part of a national conversation about the outcome. at the hillary clinton and donald trump election night headquarters, and watch victory and concession speeches in key senate races throughout the next 24 hours. watch live on c-span, on demand at, or listen to our live coverage using the free c-span radio app. election,nto the republicans had 200 46 house seats. the democrats hold 186, with three vacant seats. 218 seats are needed for a majority in that chamber.
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this year, 46 house members are retiring. on the senate side, there are now 44 democrats and two independents. senate elections are being held in 34 states. five senators are retiring this year. hillary clinton campaigned on the campus of the university of pittsburgh. she talked about the importance of people in pennsylvania getting to the polls on election day. this rally is 30 minutes. "hillary"]nting mrs. clinton: thank you. thank you. crowd: [cheering]
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pittsburgh.: hello, hello. hello back there. "hillary"]nting mrs. clinton: thank you. thank you. wow. this great to be here at extraordinary time in our country's history, at this great onversity, to have a chance a beautiful day to lift our wees, to think about what are capable of doing together, the kind of future that we can for and findsearch common ground. to haves thrilling
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, toeled across our country see the helpfulness, to talk about the positive changes that are occurring. to really see america at its best. and tomorrow, each and every one decisionts to make a as to whether or not, first, you will vote. because in pennsylvania, it is all about election day. other places around the country have been voting for weeks. for -- iyou will vote am here to ask you to vote for yourselves. vote for your families. vote for your futures. vote on the issues that matter to you. because they are on the ballot, not just my name and my opponent's name.
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[applause] mrs. clinton: i want to thank thom tillis you -- i want to thank tom for coming out here. he is in the middle of opening another of his great restaurants. smalls he has these two kids and he had to come and be part of lifting up this election and creating the kind of commitment that will bring a record-breaking number of americans to vote. we are on the path to see more americans vote than we have ever seen in our history. [applause] and i -- i am -- obviously, i hope you will vote for me. but i also hope -- i hope you will send katie mcginty to the united states senate. electedgot some great
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officials here, and i want to recognize congressman mike doyle . county executive rich fitzgerald. bill.ittsburgh, mayor from brad x, pennsylvania, mayor john federman. but mostly, i am here to say thanks. thanks for taking time out to think about what the stakes are. i love you all too. crowd: [cheering] [chanting "hillary"] , for those --so for those who are still making up your mind, or thinking maybe
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-- maybe it is not worth voting at all, let me say today the choice in this election could not be clearer. it really is between division or unity, between strong and steady leadership or a loose cannon, between an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top, and an economy that is set up and run for those at the top. now, i have spent my public career fighting for kids and families, and standing up for our country. and if you give me the privilege of your vote tomorrow, that is what i will do every single day of my presidency. house get up at the white , and i will think about what i knock down day to barriers, to create
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havetunities so that you the chance to fulfill your own dreams. you see, i believe america's best days are still ahead of us. now, that does not mean we don't have to work for it, because we do. that does not mean that we can just expect it to happen as kind of a birthright. but i really believe that. i would not have worked for 18 months, traveled across our country, thought as hard as i have about what we need to do and how to do it together, defend thend up and legacy of president obama, which has given our country progress in the right direction, if i did not believe with all my heart that we could do this. right? we can do this! accept a darkto
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and divisive vision for america. vote for ae can hopeful, inclusive, big-hearted america. and -- [applause] mrs. clinton: our core values are being tested in this peoplen, and i know that are frustrated. a lot of people feel left out and left behind. anger, inear, even our country. say, anger is to not a plan, my friends. if we are going to harness our energy and try to overcome our problems, then we got to start talking to each other again, and we have to get good ideas, wherever they come from. last night, i was in manchester, new hampshire, and i was with --
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, whose sonmr. khan was killed while serving in iraq. you might remember him from the democratic convention. he was not a man seeking to be on the stage of a political convention, but when he heard my opponent say what he said about , and he looked at the flag that had been draped on his son's coffin, he felt compelled to speak out. he spoke powerfully about what america means to him, and how we have to defend our values and our constitution. son, said last night, his serving in the united states army, with his unit, saw something suspicious, moved toward it to check it out,
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telling his men to stay behind, and when the car exploded, he lost his life. he was awarded the bronze star and purple heart. id, when youhan sa listen to all of the people that my opponent has insulted and denigrated, would there be a place in donald trump's america for captain khan? gives me hope, because they truly believe in the values of this great country up,urs, and they have stood holding the constitution, as he did at the convention, to say, people around the world cherish this constitution. believe in our values. it is a source of hope for billions of people.
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that go,ever, ever let and we will never let someone ripped it away -- rip it away in the kind of negative, divisive, hateful campaign that we have seen on the other side in this election. [cheering] mrs. clinton: sometimes, when i speak, i don'tt recognize the country he is talking about. that does not mean we do not have problems and challenges. that does not mean we do not have to do more to help people across our country get better economic opportunities. of course we do. but boy, i believe we can do it. i love our country. i believe in the american people. i know what we are capable of. history,t our generations of americans have risen together to meet the tests of their times. they defended democracy, built
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the greatest middle class the world has ever known, marched for civil rights and voting rights, for workers rights and women's rights, lgbt rights, and rights for people with disabilities. [applause] tomorrow, we face the test of our time. will we be coming together as a nation, or splitting further apart. that all of usls can help meet, or will we turn on each other and pit one group of americans against another? now, our names will be on the ballot tomorrow, but those values, and every issue you care about, will be there too. what kind of country do we want? and i particularly think about this for young people, as i look at this crowd and see so many
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students and other young americans who deserve the same opportunities in this country that many of us were given. and we will. we will make sure they are available. because if you think about what it takes to have a thriving america, it comes down to a couple of key issues. if you believe that america thrives when the middle class thrives, then you have to vote. you are going to make the biggest investment in good-paying jobs since world war ii. jobs and infrastructure, small business, clean energy, advanced manufacturing. [applause] are going to we actually deliver on that, unlike my opponent, who makes his products mostly overseas, buys cheap chinese steel and aluminum instead of what is made by american steelworkers right here in pennsylvania.
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we are going to invest in america, and we are especially going to invest in communities that are left out and left behind. we are going to stand up for the right of workers to organize and bargain. we are going to get incomes rising across america. that we needlieve a fairer economy, as i do, then we are going to raise the national minimum wage. the cause nobody who works full-time should still be in poverty. and we are going to do more to support working families with affordable childcare, paid family leave. and finally, equal pay for women's work! crowd: [cheering] you,clinton: i got to tell this always gets about the biggest applause ever cover
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because fundamentally, we know it is not fair. about families. you have a mother, a wife, a sister, or a daughter who is working, you don't want her shortchanged, do you? about equal pay as well as these other family issues, my opponent says i am playing the woman card. well you know what i say? deal me in. [applause] you know, if you believe all of our kids should have good schools and good teachers, no matter what zip code they live in, then you have to vote. if you believe we can make college affordable for every young american, you have got to vote. you know, i got to say, i was very proud of the primary campaign that bernie sanders and
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iran. it was a campaign on issues and ideas, not insults. and after it was over, he and i got together, and we came up with this plan. public colleges and universities should be tuition-free for everyone who makes less than $125,000 a year. should be debt free for everyone else. i do not think you should go into this massive debt to get your education. it is good for you. it is good for your families. it is good for our country. and we are going to make it affordable for everyone. the millions of americans already struggling with student debt, we are going to ease that burden. we are going to get those interest rates down. you a going to give different way of repaying it as a percentage of your income, not tied to a 6%, 8%, 10% interest rate. and you are never going to have to pay more than you can afford.
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you see, i think there are a lot of positive things to get excited about, and i think the agenda we have put forth in this campaign is one that will really give everyone hope. you see, working for children and families has been the cause of my life. but it has never been more important than it is right now area so this has to be our mission together, doing all we can to help every american, especially every young american, and especially every child to have the chance to live up to your got have been given potential. the cause when it is all said and done, that is what matters most. have you helped somebody else? have you reached out and trying to ease somebody's burden? we do it individually. through agot neglected, abandoned childhood because people showed her kindness. her own parents did not want her. her grandparents did not want
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her. but the first grade teacher who saw she had nothing to eat brought extra food every day to make sure my mother had something to eat. [applause] when she was and 14 and had to go out and find a gotto support herself, and a job as a maid and a babysitter in somebody's home, she was just relieved that she had a place to live and that she could support herself. but the mother of that home understood my mom wanted to go to high school, so she said, dorothy, if you get up early and you get your chores done, you can go to high school. you will have to come right back, because we will need you, but you can do it. look, that sounds harsh to our ears, telling a 14-year-old, ok, you can go to high school, but you have to come right back and work on both sides of it, but to my mother, it was a blessing. so when i think about what so
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many people have gone through to give us the opportunities that we have had -- and i am speaking my mother gave me the resilience, the grit, the get up and go. she told me, everybody gets knocked down. what matters is whether you get back up. [applause] and we had a lot of americans knocked down because of the great recession, didn't we? millions of jobs lost. millions of homes were lost. family wealth was wiped out. ,avings accounts, 401(k)s everything people had worked so hard for you. well, we have dug ourselves out of the hole. now we've got to get up. and we got to make sure we don't leave anybody behind. i see this man standing here with a sign, coal miners for hillary. and i will tell you, sir --
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[applause] mrs. clinton: i know how hard times are. and as i have said, and you can take it to the bank, i will not forget you, and i will do everything i can to help people who have given so much, worked so hard throughout their lives for generations, to build this country. we are not going to forget any americans! but i can't do any of this without your help tomorrow. is going to really set the course of our country. .here is no doubt in my mind tonight, i will be in philadelphia with president obama and michelle. crowd: [cheering] mrs. clinton: and i so appreciate how hard they have worked for me. but it is not for me. it is for us.
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you know, when president obama came into office, put yourself in his shoes, this young, dynamic, first african-american elected to become president of the united states. find?at does he he finds the worst financial crisis since the great depression. that's what he finds. wow, those were hard, hard times. i don't think he gets the credit he deserves for making sure we did not go even deeper into the ditch we were in. but make no mistake. --re were reasons we and the we ended up in the ditch. it did not happen by accident. we had huge tax cuts on the wealthy. the administration and office took their eyes off the financial markets. and we know what happened. they ignored the pressures in the mortgage market. and we know what happened.
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consequences for everything we care about. and that is why we have got to you each and every one of put down your stake in our future. if the lines are long tomorrow, please wait. [applause] mrs. clinton: in early voting, we have had people waiting in ,ine for two and three hours and there have been reporters and others going up and down the line, asking people, all kinds of americans -- not one type, all types -- why are you here? because my future depends on it, they say. [applause] so, tomorrow is the election, but that is just the beginning.
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we have to heal this country. we have to bring people together , listen, and respect each other. now, i know it is unusual for somebody running for president to say this. i started saying this months ago, because i literally was meeting people who were scared by what they were hearing in the election. i have known a lot of the republicans who have run for president, been elected president in recent history. i did not agree with them on everything, obviously. we had our differences. but i did not doubt that they were fit to serve as president. this election is different. this person is temperamentally unqualified, experientially unqualified to be president and commander in she, and so many people -- commander in chief, and so many people know that. so i think we do need


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