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going to aid we're make president obama a one-term what kind now tell me of remark is that for a leader a congress? and now for the last seven or years, this has permeated united states, that's why people are sick of it nd the congress, they need to get rid of mitch, his crew and start looking at us as people of the united states. charles, who do you like if you don't like mitch mcconnell? see as d you like to leader? for him.nybody except host: okay. tampa, charles from florida. we say who would you like to see as leader? caller: anybody except for him. host: ok.
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that was charles from tampa, florida area and we say thanks to everybody who called in this morning. tomorrow, 7:00 eastern for another edition of "washington journal"." for now, we would take her to the floor for the house of representatives brief. we will not see any debate. no votes today. they are not voting. they are out all week, but we will take a look and move on with the rest of our schedule. enjoy your day. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2017] >> gracias got up all people
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equally and completely, young and old, black and white, republican and democrat, muslim and christian, saint and sinner. love, and love as you by this love, make us one with each other and one with you. amen. 2a ofsuant to section house resolution 562, the journal of the last day's proceedings is approved. >> i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under god, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. the chair leads before the house of communications. honorable speaker, house of representatives, this is to notify you formally pursuant to rule 8 of the rules of house of
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representatives that i have been served with a subpoena for documents and testimony issued by the court of common pleas for allocating county. as consulting with the office of general counsel, i will make the determinations required by rule 8, signed sincerely, tim murphy, member of congress. >> pursuant to section 2b of house resolution 562, the house stands adjourned until noon on thursday, october 19, 2017. the household and other brief later this week while members are on recess, returning next monday for legislative business, october 23. you can find that here live on c-span. at noon eastern time, we will join the national iranian american council for a discussion on president trump's decision to decertify the iran nuclear 2:00 eastern, the white house press briefing is scheduled . we will join sarah sanders for that also live on c-span.
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later, a conversation with the executive editors of the "washington post" and "new york times" about freedom of the press. that will be at 8:00 p.m. eastern live on c-span. >> tonight on the communicators, we interviewed 4 cyber researchers teaching the latest cyber security techniques and artificial intelligence at the conference in las vegas. from is a bit unique, even other and better devices like phones because they are typically used autonomously. there is no human interaction with a thermostat or industrial controller. we have seen some attacks were they were able to exploit webcams for example. >> traditionally, hacking was more around building and making stuff. more recently, i think society has seen it as people breaking systems,ems, attacking but traditionally, it is approaching problems and solving
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problems in various different ways. >> i think now is probably the most exciting time to start hacking. the wealth of information out there is unbelievable. it takes very little to hack today. you have youtube, tutorials. 20 years ago, there just was not much. it was a true wild wild west, which is nothing out there, but now, this is a really exciting time. >> this is taking it even one step further. don't even have to intervene anymore with the computer. people call it raw data. think of any type of data source. we pass it over to the machine, and the machine magically on its own learns how to make useful predictions. >> watch "the communicators" tonight at 8:00 eastern on c-span two. trump's former chief strategist steve bannon war" onor an "season of
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the republican establishment for not doing enough to support the president. mr. bennett spoke this past weekend at the values voters summit. we also heard from sebastian gorka and radio horse laura ingraham. ♪ [cheering and applause] >> thank you. thank you kindly. what an honor it is to be here today for my second ever visit to the value voter summit. begin?o i first things first, would you relax?t please count to 10 and take a deep breath. were veryot of you
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worried when silly i worked for called steve left the white house, and i know that even more of you a week later when i .esigned were very troubled but there is no need. there is absolutely no need. the success of the values you believe in, the success of the mission that we all took upon ourselves last november 8 is not a function of where i sit or where steve has his office. it is much larger than the white house. this is a national movement to retake our country. [applause] >> i know the left, i know the progressives, were celebrating,
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opening their bottles of champagne when steve left and when i left. but they have no idea what they did. it is like that penultimate scene in "star wars." i am a kid of the 1970's, so i like all that stuff. when darth vader and ben kenobi are dueling on the death star. you remember? and the jedi says "if you strike me down now, i will be more powerful than you can ever imagine." that is steve bannon today. [applause] >> the left has no idea how much more damage we can do to them as private citizens. as people unfettered by being part of the u.s. government.
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and as you can see, from the campaigning i did for judge moore, and steve as well, we have begun. [applause] >> 2018 will be the crucial year. this is the year. steve has declared war. and have as have i. we must tell them we have had enough. [applause] >> the left has a problem. the left is a problem. but they have an excuse. they have been listening to noam chomsky and moronic individuals like michael moore. but the republicans in the
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gop establishment has no excuse. [applause] >> they say they are on the side of immutable, objective truth. they say they believe in the founding principles of this, the but they get to this city, and greatest nation on god's earth. but they get to this city, and they become politicians as usual. can you imagine if any of our founding fathers had been told there would be americans elected to be representatives of their state, who would then stay in office in d.c. 30 plus years? they would not have bothered to fight the british. and you would all talk like me today. [laughter] >> it is disgraceful. that is what we are going to change this year. we are going to take on every
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swamp dweller. every swamp dweller. [applause] >> whether on the left or the right, they will be shown the door. and representative government will return. [applause] >> that is the task we have in ahead of us. before we talk about how that will be done, and i know steve has lots of things you will share about his plans, let me share with you a little bit about my time inside the white house. it was a high honor. it was a career pinnacle to be asked to be a strategist and deputy assistant to this president. i would like to share with the you a little bit about who this man is. so that we can destroy all of the lies, all of the smears, from the fake news industrial complex.
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the first thing, i met donald j. trump in the summer of 2015 when i was invited into his office in new york to prepare for the presidential candidates debate. the thing that struck me is that when the door closed, it was just him, myself, and corey lewandowski. his campaign manager. this man is exactly the same behind closed doors as he is in public. there is no filter. there is no false d.c. screen. there is no two faces. in d.c., you see these politicians walk into a room, in front of a camera, it is like a switch gets flipped, and this grimace, this "washington smile" comes across of them. there is nothing like that in . this man is who he is, unfiltered. what you see is what you get.


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