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t-- directly on american people. charles: thank you very much, audience, lou dobbs is next, he is live until 9 p.m. with special coverage of the donald trump thank you tour. it is rocking and rolling, no better person to watch it with than lou, here he is. lou: good evening, you probably noticed that change is in the air. while early, it is far stronger than a light breeze. with 49 days to go until donald trump's inauguration, it clear he is already beginning to lead the country in a new and brighter direction, mr. trump arrived in cincinnati, eye ohio. where he will shortly hold a rally. part of his thank you tour across critical battle ground states that voted hear him -- for him and put him over the top in electoral college. and he is planning more stops
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including iowa, michigan, pennsylvania and florida. today mr. trump was in indianapolis meeting with 800 carrier workers whose jobs he saved, mr. trump graciously united technology and subsidiary carrier air-conditions for working with him to save those jobs. he also made it clear he was not elected to do business as usual. from here on country who do jobs in other countries will pay a big price. >> they are not taking people's hearts out, they will not be announcing, like they did at carrier. that they are closing up and moving to mexico. >> i can't tell you how long i waited for a national leader to say those words. millions of workers no matter
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who they voted for after hearing those words, tonight, they know they will soon have the right man in the oval office. we have an a-list guest lineup tonight. ed rollins, randy evans, congressman chris collins, and jeff dewitt with us, president-elect trump already at work to keep his campaign promises but exceed himself, he is already leading the nation. it was 5534 days ago that donald trump launched his campaign for the white house promising to be the greatest jobs president ever. >> because the greatest social program is a job. and they will be proud, they will love it they will make much more money.
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it can happen. i will be the greatest jobs president that god ever created. lou: mr. trump already making considerable progress toward that goal, touting a deal to save job at carrier's indianapolis factory. this hour his thank you tour in cincinnati will get underway, almost any moment this hour. when it does, we'll be going straight to the stage to listen to him and to see what he has in store for us. meanwhile, fox news senior national correspondent john roberts with the president-elect, with his report. >> i want to thank all of the workers at this plant. reporter: president-elect trump and his running mate, made good on a campaign promise announcing a deal with carrier to keep more than a
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thousand jobs in indiana. >> he said if he was elected president of the united states, america would start winning again. today america won, we have donald trump to thank. reporter: nearly every stop on presidential campaign, trump singled out carrier for abandons carrier workers threatening massive tariffs if they moved their operation to mexico. >> they are hope of air-conditioning, which is leaving to mexico, we'll are charging you a 35% tax every single day. carrier will not be leaving indiana if i am president. reporter: trump indicated as president he will use a combination of incentives and threats to keep other companies from leafing. >> companies, are not going to leave the united states any more, without consequences. reporter: at transition office, intrigue continues over two of top cabinet
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positions, after declaring there were 4 finalists for secretary of state, sources say that number is fluid. mitt romney is still considered front-runner, bolton will meet with trump tomorrow afternoon to discuss the job. >> it's not a question of a management restreakuring it needs a cultural revolution for a lot of reasons, i think that is important going forward because, of the damage that is done to american interests by not having a department which is what we need to be effective advocating american interests. reporter: some officials continue to push retired general david petraeus for secretary of state, in is concern his conviction on leaking classified information be be a problem in confirming him. petraeus would have to notify his parole officer. any time he travels outside of state of north carolina. but, trump could always parton him -- pardon him, petraeus who retired from military in
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2011 would need a congressional waiver to serve. they are confident they could get him through the confirmation process, and get in the congressional waiver needed to serve. they are confident they could get that same waiver for general mattis should he be official pick of secretary of defense, last time they happened was 1950 when george marshall was apointed secretary of defense, it was a different time then, he already spent 4 years at secretary of state, lou. lou: john robertses thank you. >> as we await the president-elect's appearance in cincinnati. we'll go there as he takes stage. here so assess political impact of donald trump success with carrier and ford and signal it is sending to corporate america, also reaction of republican establishment to mr. trump's warning he will not tolerate the arbitrage of labor cost by taking jobs out of this country.
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joining me now, a member of rnc rules committee, chairman of national republican lawyers association. randy evans. >> thank you. lou: great america tax strategist, veteran of 10 presidential campaigns fox news contributor, ed rollins. the dean. >> thank you. lou: we have landed here, why not start with you ed. this is a remarkable day delivering on those jobs at carrier. >> extraordinary day, the mere fact he is out of the white house, out of new york north white house, out with the people. he is telling them, i promised you i would do this, i did it it was a complicated deal they want to united technology, the mother ship of this and warned them if they did not get involved carrier. -- >> united technology is
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exposed if you will to the president of the united states because, they live by defense contract. >> i just thought was a smart move, but bigger move is going out there to people saying, i promised you this, i am going to be president of working people and move forward. lou: he talked about ripping people's hearts out, it is over here. your a republican, part of the establishment. that must have quickened pul pulse of many republican establishment figures who are used to being throwing out bromides about free markets and free trade? >> well, i think it lifted american spirits in ways that we could not have expected, trump is elected, castro guys and carrier stay -- castro dies and carrier stays that is impressive. lou: he has not even started. >> right. and today, i was visiting my dad in the hospital, when the
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news broke about carrier, you could see people have a physically bigger step in their walk, they were much more in tune, they were excited, they realized, something had happened. we had a president who actually picked up the phone, and did his job. which is po pro to protect american workers that changes everything when you get american confidence up, just look at market and consumer confidence, and spending, i bet we have a great christmas this year. lou: i think we will irrespective of the markets, i think there are areas that there is a palpable sense of a bright ending of this country's prospect with the election of donald trump. a quic quickening of the pulse. with great excitement that we've not seen in american presidential politics in a long time. >> not only that they are
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laying out the tax plan. he is front in center with the promises he made. lou: the talking points, here from the left and democratic party, this is just nonsense. white house press secretary today, saying, well after saving a thousand jobs he needs to do this 900 more times or whatever number it was, that snarky, snide, petty response, to what is a very important development, they cannot stomach the fact that this is a president, after all of the attacks and hundreds of millions spent the to run him down is standing tall right now, and leading this country, randy? >> i agree. trivializing a success, that is literally what it was, the
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success to save a thousand workers. whose christmases were on the line, to say, no we're going to put an end to this this just the start. this is just the beginning of what donald trump will do as the president. totive -- trivialize that, that shows you where they are coming from, this is how the country gets demoralized and. we have a president now that will lead from the fronts. lou: leading from the front, and compelling the interest of the national left wing media, no matter what, as he is making those appointments. they -- far faster rate than the two previous presidents had been that is bush and obama. there is a lot of us is spen suspense around secretary of state. today we learn that mad dog mattis, marine general is the trump choice to lead
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department of defense. your reaction? i think this is a casting out of hollywood. >> i am all for it. this is a fabulous pick, he has lead in every position, had is superb, this is a great move, i think putting a military leader in there will change tra structure just as john bolton talked about earlier. washington needs to be shook up. lou: randy one other thing. this, of death threats against th the -- your reaction to it. we heard estimates as many as 15 have been threatened, it is not clear to me that the fbi is involved investigating who are making those threats. this is troubling, your reaction as an elect or.
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>> we're as a an elector we're bombarded werk mail with mails and threats. it is harassing it a tre direct violation of federal criminal law. lou: so where isn't the fbi all over this? >> well, same reason that fbi would not investigate or recommend indictment of hillary clinton, they are part of the system, the system that is intent on disregarding the rule of law in favor of letting things like this happen, you would be stunned if you read some of the e-mail threat, that sent out, letter, phone calls that are made to people's homes. at all hours. lou: i get enough of my own. we'll keep our correspondents separate.
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ed rollins, randy evans. >> thank you. lou: we're awaiting president-elect. donald trump to take the stage in cincinnati, when we does we'll be all over it. and go there live, we're coming right back. we have a lot to cover tonight. stay with us, throughout it will be a rewarding experience, i assure you, stay with us. >> president and vice president elect, in indiana today, they are securing jobs and serving notice on corporate america that outsourcing jobs will come at a high cost. >> we'll have a lot of phone calls made to companies when they say they are thinking about leaving this country, the workers are keep their jobs. lou: 49 days until mr. trump takes office, congressman chris collins will join me next. >> deadly wildfires in eastern tennessee are still spreading
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generosity is its oyou can handle being a now'smom for half an hour. completely clear skin. i'm in all the way. is that understood? i don't know what she's up to, but it's not good. can't the world be my noodles and butter? get your mind out of the gutter. mornings are for coffee and contemplation. that was a really profound observation. you got a mean case of the detox blues. don't start a war you know you're going to lose. finally you can now find all of netflix in the same place as all your other entertainment. on xfinity x1. lou: we're awaiting trump's
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rally, his thank you tory is underway -- tour is underway. this is where i get to say, well. i told you so. i'm afraid we'll have to keep talking about that. speaker paul ryan could not help himself today, he was the praising the efforts to keep carrier jobs in indiana. speaker ryan ended up giving credit to the vice president elect, mike pence. we did not hear donald trump'set of fact. >> i am happy that we're keeping jobs in america, i don't know the details of the carrier. um, the arrangement, but i know that mike pence is still sitting governor of indiana, i have no doubt he had a hand in helping with this. lou: i have to told you. that fella just annoys the dickens out of me.
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he is taking it to levels that i that someone should grab him by the ear. congressional liaison to donald trump transition team, congressman chris collins joins me now, also a member of house energy and commerce committee, congressman, that fellow, your speaker is about as irk -- arrogant. is it illegal for one congressman to punch their? could someone just have satisfaction? why do you put up with it? >> paul ryan the intellect, he is a very good speaker. i hear what you are saying. lou: i have s so much respect for you, but i have to ask you, what in the world has he ever done, he goes around with
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his chin up like this. a royal figure with his chin up, he does not do anything. >> i would just point out to defend paul ryan, with folks so upset with obama he had to get things done to keep government running, we did not default on our nation's debt. lou: are we saying his glory is we have not defaulted on the debt? are you kidding me? >> well, no i'm not, because, i have to say, we were close. you know, with obama as president we could not get much done, you could see paul ryan is going to work with vice president elect pence to get legislative agenda moving. lou: with who? with who is he working with. >> on legislative piece, mike pence carries that water so to speak from the administration, we have to get bills passed. lou: do you really think that american people have just elected a president, who is
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standing tall, for working men and women, their families, who -- and you think you will work around him? >> not around him, oh, no. no, don't get me wrong. lou: i'm get you wrong. i know you -- i respect you. i know you support donald trump. >> oh, this is donald trump's -- >> peaker ryan and the boys, kife kevin mccarty are you kidding me, freedom caucuses or irrelevant now. >> lou, it will be donald trump's agenda from a to z, there will be people saying yes, sir we'll get this done, to get it done, unfortunately, you have to get down in the weeds and have to mix it up, you have to a lot of committee work. lou: you are talking donald trump's language now. mix it up, i say you all. >> we have to get it done, legislative process, i come out of private sector a little
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bit more complicated as some people think. that is something that mike pence, with background and ladies and gentlemen itiv -- ladies anlength latest piece that getting things done to have legislation in-laws, not executive orders, laws passed and signed by president trump with him sending the direction. lou: i have seen it work beautifully, i have never seen it rise to level that you know it now a historic occasion, for a speaker to actual have pass 3 pieces of legislation as a entire career, 17 years of, none with a dang. i hope your expecting are fulfilled and mine not. >> we're going to get it done, i can promise america we're going to get the legislation done, that lets donald trump implement his vision of making america great again. he is a great leader, he will
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be a great president, he is putting together a fabulous cabinet, everything that i have been talking about, for 9 months, you see it happen, were to the chagrin of the democrats. >> absolutely, and paul ryan. thank you congressman chris ryan. >> thank you. lou: on wall street today, stocks finished mix, the dow closing at a new record high up 58, s&p lost 8, nasdaq fell 73, volume on big board, 5 billiobillion shares today. crude oil climbing, settles above $51 a barrel, and 10-year yield 17 month high to to .44 -- 2.44% after a sell-off in the bond market. >> coming up next, it was 7 months ago that president-elect made this campaign promise. >> believe me, if i were in office right now, carrier
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would not be leaving indiana, that i could tell you. lou: today the president-elect following through -- his worries in a big way, set to take the stage in cincinnati shortly, we're awaiting, with baited breath. kimberly guilfoyle will join me next. we will take unwhat we can expect there and what this president-elect is already accomplishing with about 49 days before he is inaugurated. stay with us.
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lou: donald trump giving the hard working people at carrier reason to celebrate today, this is how carrier employees found out they were losing their jobs back out in
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november that that done viral. >> to move product from our facility in minneapolis to monterey, mexico. lou: you know. i don't know the name of the fellow but he is an sob . that is ridiculous. how in the world could you talk to people who work for your company, like that, i mean. outsource, i have been writing about it talking about it for more than a decade. this is the ugliest thing that could happen to an employee, except, of course, having to train your replacement in the process. joining me, kimberly guilfoyle, there are people irritating me tonight. >> i can tell. but i won't say everything you said during the break. you may say it anyway. lou: i will -- this guy, paul ryan. >> there you go. lou: i tell you, speaker of the house.
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a guy in 17 years has not done a thing, he runs around like a peacock like he is all that, he is not even a little of that. he won't even say the president-elect's name in talking about giving credit for carrier deal that was worked out between donald trump. and i am sure governor pence, and others as well. and united technologies and carrier, to save a thousand jobs. >> yeah, now up to 1100, each one of those families, it matters, it is holidays. these people will be able to sit around the table, give thanks that someone actually cared about them, they have a job they can feel proud of, instead of sending it to mexico, i like this, i think this is just the beginning of what will be a movement here to keep jobs, manufacturing, really booster the economy, keep the automotive industry
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here, and manufacture more cars here, why do we always have to give it away like we're afraid to do well? lou: two presidents, have bs'd the american people. one was george w. bush the other barack obama, acting out as tools of corporate america, paul ryan is still tethered to those corporate interests, which is appalling. donald trump is actually delivering on the promise to put americans first, to put america first. >> he is not even waiting until he takes office, and is warn -- sworn in, he is is doing it now, getting stuff done. this is remarkable. he should get the credit.
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we hear from obama administration, whining, small minds, josh ernest, not giving any credit for what is due here. lou: kimberly guilfoyle thank you. >> thank you. lou: we're coming right back stay with us. it comes when your insurance company says they'll only pay three-quarters of what it takes to replace it. what are you supposed to do? drive three-quarters of a car? now if you had liberty mutual new car replacement™, you'd get your whole car back. i guess they don't want you driving around on three wheels. smart. with liberty mutual new car replacement™, we'll replace the full value of your car. liberty stands with you™. liberty mutual insurance.
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lou: let me bring you up-to-date on growing number of calls for boycott against number of corporation over there increasingly political executives, breitbart calling on its user to rally to #dumpkelloggs. after kelloggs said they would no longer advertise on their web site. another company facing a boycott, levi strauss after its ceo told his customers to leave their guns at home. even in states where it is legal, to carry them concealed. and starbucks, said to leave their guns home 3 years ago.
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she is leaving his post next year, he is known for his outspoken left wing political views. endorsing president obama and hillary clinton, there you go. proof positive. economyiveic -- executives pepsi and grub hub under fire for their critical comments again president-elect trump. >> joining me now, partner. lee carter, former spokesperson for george w. bush republican strategist mercedes. and machin republican campaign strategy, fox news contributors. you are everywhere. lee you in los angeles. mercedes in dc, tony, you -- you drew philadelphia. >> i did. lou: i tell you, start with. >> lou dobbs country here.
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lou: i hope so. i love the whole country. every part. i actually do. tony, the let's start with pennsylvania recount. how is that going? >> not very far and not very fast. most of these states, it should be known have automatic triggers that basically happen with recounts when it is close enough to warrant that, therefore taxpayers have to absorb that. we're learning with this fab -- fabricated forced recount, they are raising money on it but guess what, pennsylvania residents, michigan residents and wisconsin residents, hard working folks, they have to pay for a big part of it, for what? to confirm what we already
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know, even clinton campaign, attorney said there is no evidence at all that results would be changed or any rigging as a result of something included out from the left. lou: mercedes, president-elect telling corporate america, there will be no more outsourcing without consequences, that has to have our friends, brothers and sisters at business round table, chamber of commerce, quaking in their boots. >> i have to tell you, i think this is such a strong message, that donald trump is sending to the companies, saying, look, we'll encourage a business friendly environment here in u.s., we'll make sure that companies don't step away and leave the united states and i have to tell you, pushing forward, a deal even before he was elected president, it is sending a strong message to the corporations, lou. lou: and i could not agree with you more. i think that -- by the way, i think that the result of this
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will be greater prosperity. not in anyway diminished. lee, your thoughts on these companies that are going political, getting hammered for it. >> you know, i think it is unfortunate that companies that have right to do whatever they want to do. but i think that they are sitting a precedent, saying we're not even going to give it a chance, they are not even listening to the whole message, we're seeing a message of bringing jobs back to america, creating a thriving economy, donald trump is a doer, they are saying, forget it this makes no sense. lou: they -- their boards of director have a fiduciary responsibility to shut them down. the ceos are working for public companies. >> right. lou: this type of behavior. quickly -- >> i just think that first president that we've seen on
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the side of big business is a long time, they should be happy, not boycotting or protesting. lou: yeah,ly, appreciat lee appreciate it bear with us. we're going to indian less, and i appreciate all 3 of you here is mike pence, vice president-election introducing donald trump, here we go. >> we will have a commander in chief who will hunt down and destroy isis at its source. >> usa ! usa! usa! >> thanks to you, we'll have a
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president who will make the american economy great again. we'll repeal obamacare, and replace it with american solutions. we're going to cut taxes, roll back regulation, and get this economy moving for every american with trade deals for the american workers that puts americans first. thanks you to right next door in my home state of indiana, today in indianapolis, because of bold leadership and vision of president-elect trump, a company that announced in february that they were closing their doors and moving to mexico, announced now more
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than 1100 good-paying jobs are staying right here in america. and president-elect made it happen. make no mistake about it, carrier chose to stay in en indiana because america chose to make donald trump the next president of the united states. and thanks to you, thanks to you, we're going to enforce the laws of this country, for the citizens of this country, we're going to build a wall and we'll going to end illegal immigration, once and for all. thank you. and thanks to you, we'll have
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a president who will appoint justices to the supreme court, of the united states, who will uphold our second amendment, and all of the god given liberties en shined in our constitution. so we're here to say thanks. mostly i just want to say to you from my heart as a fellow american, thank you for giving america's new president. thank you for giving america a few new president whose strong, vision, leadership will make america great again faster than you could possibly imagine. let me say to my friends from here in ohio, and kentucky and
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indiana, all those looking on, it is my high honor and privilege to introduce to you the president elect of the united states, of america, donald trump. [cheers and applause] ♪ note proud t♪ proud to be an american, where at least i know i am free ♪ and i won't forget the men who died ♪ and i gladly stand up next to you ♪ and defend her until today ♪ there ain't no doubt i love this land ♪ god bless the usa ♪ i'm proud to be an american ♪ ♪ where at least i know i'm free ♪ and i won't forget the men who died who gave that fight to
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me, i glady stand up next to you and defend her still today -- >> thank you, thank you. [cheers and applause] >> thank you everybody, wow. thank you. so, i didn't know this, i love true, look at this place. -- i love you too, look at this place. so i didn't know what came with this position. i didn't know that they closed down the roads around the stadium for an hour and a half. we got to work out a new deal with our secret service, but we love them, right. thank you. thank you everybody, for being so patient.
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thank you. you will be happy, we're all going to be happy. i am here today for one main reason. to say, thank you to ohio. thank you. we won this state by almost 10 points. which they say is totally unheard of. if fact, i don't know if you know, it is the beginning, they say you have to win ohio, you must win ohio could you heard it, over and over and over. and we started off sort of even then we were one up, and two up, we didn't have much help at top levels, you know, that right? that turned out, it didn't matter. but we had help with the people and that is what really did matter.
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so -- i kept hearing you must win ohio. you cannot win the presidency without ohio. so we started really, we were about even at the beginning, then point by point by point, then we had a couple of little drops. but with ohio there was no drop it just kept getting better and better, and better and better. and the end result is incredibling i love you ohio, this is a great place, great people, so many friends thank you. thank you. in the true sense, history called and the people of this state state answered, you will be very happy, we'll say right now, what are we going to do, we're going to make america great again, you watch. you went out and you pounded the pavement. organized your fellow citizens
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and pro tel propelled to victory a ohs grassroots movement, the likes of which the world has never seen before, this is what they say. today on one of networks they said, maybe andrew jackson? i said when was that? like this the 1838? then somebody said, well that was great but nothing like what happened here. okay. it really has been fun, and more personally, i heard mike saying about what happened today in indiana we'll do that all over the country. all over, carrier, thank you, carrier. that is. second reason that i am here today. i am going to discuss our action plan to make america
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great again, we'll discuss it. we did have a lot of fun fighting hillary, didn't we. right? lou: you can feel the love in the room there. 18 thousand folks, the capacity of the arena. putting that in context, we know that president-elect talking about the lines around the building, their, the room is filled. he is drawing more than ever before, he was drawing a bunch before he was president-elect,
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back to the president-elect. >> i'm asking, all companies, to keep their jobs in america, and we will work to make america's better environment for workers, and businesses. and we will crackdown on all foreign trade abuses, that undermine your ability and your company's ability to compete, those days are over, for those companies they -- for those companies who are going to leave. we have so many problems to fix in our country. but i know that if we set aside, our differences, we do have differences, we're a very divided nation, but we're not going to be divided for long, i have always brought peopling it, i know you find that hard to believe this group probably did you not find that hard to believe but we going to bring our country together. all of our country.
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we'll find common ground. and we will get the job done, properly. properly. america the start winning again, big league, win again. for too long washington tried to put us in boxes, they separate us by race. by age, by income. by geography. by place of birth. we spent too much time focusing on what divides us. now is time to embrace one thing that unites us, do you know what that is in america, america. it's america. because when america is unified nothing is beyond our
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reach. i mean, that you will see. you will see. we're going to have a country that was never so great. you watch. so many different ways. you hear a lot of talk about how we're becoming a globalized world. but the relationships people, value, in this country are local, family, city, state, country, they are local. we'll compete in the world, we want to compete in the world, but we're going to compete in the world where it is a two-way road, not a one-way road, the advantages are coming back to our country. and they have not for many, many years. there is no global an them, no -- no global anthem, no global currency, no certificate of
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global citizenship, we pledge allegiance to one flag, and that flag is the american flag . >> usa! usa!
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we are going to be. washington's politicians have spent so long appealing to competing interests they have forgot on appeal to the national interests, combining the skills
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and talents of our people in a common cause. we have unbelievable talent. but that is all about to change. our goal is to strengthen the bonds of trust between citizens, to tree store our sense of membership in a shared national community. global is wonderful, but right now we want to focus on our national community. never again will anyone's interests come before the interests of the american people. it's not going to happen again. [cheers and applause] and over the last two weeks since our victory, i have spoken to many foreign leaders, and i will tell you they have such respect for us. they all tell me how this was amazing. they all tell me how they said in their mag an -- in their magt
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rooms throughout the world. how they sat in their rooms watching in wonderment and hearing how people came to vote that didn't vote in 20 years. people came to vote that haven't voted before. and they had trump shirts on and make america great hats on and buttons pouring off. and they thought it was magnificent. honestly, one of them told me i truly respect the united states again because of what happened. [cheers and applause] we are going to seek a truly inclusive society where we support each other, love each other and look out for each other. and that means that people coming into our country have to be people that have the potential to love us, not to hate us.
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comeercheerus. [cheers and applause] beacon dem bigotry in all of its -- we condemn bigotry and hatred in all its forms. we have to come together. we seek a future where every american child is fully included in the american dream. we are going to have our own american dream and we are going to bring back the american dream. the problems that playing our inner cities or that afflict poor rural community, and we do have those rural community, some of them are poor. we are going to help those people. we are going to rebuild those community. and that permanent features of american life. they can be fixed and together we are going to fix them.
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we have spend as of this week, according to latest counts. we spent $6 trillion in the middle east. and the middle east today is far worse than it's ever been. you will see changes very quickly. a shrinking -- you will see it. a shrinking workforce and flat wages are not the new normal. and we are not even talking about flat. we are talking about wages where some of you in this audience, hard-working incredible americans, were make more money 20 years ago than you are making today, and today you are older and you are working harder. in many cases you have two jobs. some of that's because of obamacare. and by the way, we are repeeling and replacing obamacare. [cheers and applause]

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