i made it for you. >> what a nice little class project for the troubled woman. thank you, walter, jillian, tyrus, great first job. our studio audience. i'm greg gutfeld. i love you, america. that, tomor right here. welcome to "hannity." tonight we are broadcasting from acl live at the moody theater. we're here in beautiful austin, texas. [ cheers and applause ] this is tthese topics have beco central issues for the voters in this campaign. we have decided tonight to go in depth on the direct impact they are having on you, the american people. tonight you're going to hear heartbreaking stories from just some of the many, many family members whose loved ones were victims of crimes committed by illegal immigrants. and tomorrow we'll be joined by law enforcement experts. now, to put it simply, the
effects that illegal immigration is having on our country is absolutely staggering. now, the pew research center estimates that over 11 million illegal immigrants now live in this country, not respecting our laws and sovereignty. the federation for american immigration reform calculates the u.s. spends -- get this -- over $113 billion per year on illegal immigration. states and local governments, they're feeling the brunt of that cost and are shelling out over $84 billion per year. now this includes over $49 billion for education, $10.8 billion for medical care, $9.6 billion on general expenses, $8.7 billion on justice expenditures, and $5.3 billion on welfare-related costs. now, illegal immigrants make up 5.1% of the u.s. labor force. over 8 million illegals now are working or looking for work. by the way, we have 95 million americans out of the labor force right now. the migration policy institute,
they have an estimate that says of the 11 million illegal immigrants now living in the country, 820,000 of them are convicted criminals. and the most recent numbers show that in 2010, 55,000 illegal immigrants were being held right here in federal prisons. and when it comes to federal crime, data from 2015 -- get this number -- 36.6% of the more than 70,000 federal sentences for offenses were committed by illegal immigrants. and if you look at the breakdown of the numbers, the federal sentences from last year alone, illegal immigrants responsible for 18% of drug trafficking, 30% of kidnapping, hostage-taking. 75% of drug possession. 10% of money laundering. 21% of national defense sentences. 5% of murder sentences. and right here in the great state of texas, well, there have been hundreds of thousands of crimes only in the last few years alone. i have visited this border
numerous times, over 11 times and have seen up close and personal the impact of illegal immigrants trying to cross into this country. i've also seen massive drug tunnels and drug warehouses full of narcotics and other drugs confiscated by authorities. they, of course, were aimed for your children. now, you would think the federal, state, local governments would see all of this as overwhelming data and do everything they could do to curb illegal immigration. that's not the case. there are, in america today, over 300 sanctuary jurisdictions which protect and shelter illegal immigrants from being deported. tonight is about the truth. this is truth you will not hear from "the new york times," "the washington post," abc, cbs, nbc, certain not cnn, the clinton news network. and to be fair, we've offered hillary clinton the same opportunity that we are giving donald trump over the next two nights. and as of tonight, her campaign, they haven't gotten back to me. now, in just a few moments,
donald trump will join us right here on this stage along with mothers who have lost their children to crimes committed by illegal immigrants. here's just part of what you will see in this investigative reporting tonight. >> our open border has allowed drugs and crime and gangs to pour into our country and our communities. >> my best friend, my rock, my son dominique, was killed by an illegal immigrant. >> so much needless suffering. so much preventable death. >> when somebody reaches in your house and grabs your littlest kid and tortures them, you're afraid of everything for a long time. >> nothing has affected me more than the time i have spent with the mothers and fathers who have lost their children to violence, which we can solve. we have to solve it. >> my son's life was stolen at
the hands of an illegal alien. >> one minute i'm hearing my son's voice. be right home, old man. and right around the corner, the next minute, gunshots, and he's dead. >> my opponent wants sanctuary cities. where was the sanctuary for all of the other americans who have been so brutally murdered and who have suffered so, so horribly? >> joining us now for the hour, republican presidential nominee, welcome donald trump. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you very much.
thank you. >> all right. mr. trump -- >> a lot of people. a lot of good people. >> good to see you. between the refugees that you said you will extremely vet and illegal immigration, i don't think there's any one other issue besides the economy and national security that's defining this election. you heard all of those statistics. your reaction? >> i think it's horrible. i've gotten to know the families. jamil is a friend of mine. lost an incredible son who was going to go to one of the great colleges on a football scholarship, a smart, young, beautiful guy, and he was shot in the face by somebody that just wanted to shoot somebody. in this case, they wanted to shoot somebody because he was
black, and it was a disgrace, and he shouldn't have been in the country, wasn't supposed to be in the country. and, you know, whether it's jamil or so many others that have been just -- you know, their lives have been destroyed by this, and i hope in the case of jamil, i hope it's not destroyed. but how do you ever recover from a thing like that? and we can stop it. we have to stop it. when i first went on june 16th -- [ cheers and applause ] >> on june 16th of last year when i talked about illegal immigration, a lot of people didn't know what i was talking about. and we started a dialogue. i took a lot of heat. you know that. more than anybody, you know that. and they started looking into it. all of a sudden, they realized i was right. it's a tremendous, tremendous problem. and we want people to come into this country, sean, but we want them to come in legally. they have to come in legally. >> i want to talk about you've said a lot of things about immigration. let's start with, i guess, your signature issue on immigration,
which is you're going to build the wall. >> yeah, 100%. >> who's going to pay for the wall? >> well, you know -- >> here's my question. >> what has been interesting, i've been watching over the last week or two, and they've been saying, oh, well, maybe he won't build the wall. >> jeb bush said that. jeb bush said he'll never build the wall. >> he said that a long time ago. i think people now realize we're building the wall. it's going to happen. it's 100%. it's simple. you know, i tell this story all the time. the great wall of china, 13,000 miles long. this is 1,000 miles and we have caterpillar tractors to build, okay? this is 1,000 miles. it's 2,000, but we need 1,000. and it's so easy to do. and it gets higher and higher and higher every time somebody says i'm not going to do it. >> i think the time for -- if
you get elected president of the united states of america, according to the crowd, when -- >> when. >> but here's my question. how long would it take you to build that wall, start to finish? you're a builder. >> i'm very good at it. almost immediately. now, if you would believe it, you know, they were going to build the wall a while ago, not so long ago. like in '06. and they couldn't get environmental impact. can you believe it? now, we got lucky because it was such a little wall, it was such a nothing wall. they couldn't get it. probably a snake was in the way or a toad. >> a turtle. >> something that you probably never heard of. but something was in the way. and you think of china and the south china sea. they're building this massive fort res. they're building this, and
they're digging and digging. they said it on sunday and on monday morning, they started. as you know, we have a lot of border patrol -- we have a lot of border patrol agents here tonight, and we have 16,500 border patrol agents. they know the border better than anybody. their job is much easier without trump because all they have to do is let everyone just keep going by. these are unbelievable people. they see what's happening. they see what's coming in, and they want it stopped. they want -- look, they want people to com they want the people to be vetted. so here's the story. so they endorsed me. first time in the history of the border patrol. [ cheers and applause ] >> one other thing we have to say, and mexico will pay for the wall. they're going to pay for the wall. >> let me ask you this. vicente fox -- by the way, the current president of mexico said
he would meet with you. will you meet with him if. >> yeah, sure. i'd meet with him. >> you would? >> i'd meet with him. >> they're not going to write you a check. how do you get them to pay for the wall? >> there are many ways. on trade, they're absolutely killing us. they're killing us. they're killing us at the border. they're killing us on trade. we have a trade deficit with mexico of close to $60 billion a year. so right there you could build the wall because the wall is a fraction of that. so, you know, right there. if we lose a fortune on trade, and that doesn't include the drugs that are pouring across the border, which is probably double or triple or something -- >> i have covered the border now for years on this program. i've been from the rio grande to san diego and everywhere in between 12 times. i have seen drug warehouses, tunnels. we'll show some of the pictures. my next question is, and this is where you seem to be in the last week revisiting the issue of sending everybody back that is here illegally. tell us where you stand on that. >> we want to follow the laws.
you know, we have very strong laws. we have very strong laws in this country. and i don't know if you know, but bush and even obama sends people back. now, we with can be more aggressive in that, but we want to follow the laws. if you start going around trying to make new laws in this country, it's a process that's brutal. we want to follow the laws of the country, and if we follow the laws, we can do what we have to do. but, sean, let me -- we've got some great people in this country. they shouldn't be here. they're still great people, right? but we've got some really, really bad gang members and some horrible people. >> start with them. >> those people are going out day one. they're going to be the first order i sign. they're going out day one. >> i know this question has come up a lot. what about people that work hard, have been here a long time? they own homes. they have their property, and this is a question everyone is going to want answered. what about them? do they have to go back, or
would you reconsider that? >> we are going to follow the laws of the country, sean. we're going to see who people are. we're going to see how they've done. do you believe in a merit system, sean? one of the things that's very unfair with leaving people is that you have years and years of people waiting on line. they've gone through a process, and they've filed -- >> legally. >> legally. they've filed and they're great people in some cases. i guess in some cases, maybe not. but you have really great people wanting and so proudly wants to come into a country, and now what you'd be doing is you'd take people away from that line. >> is there any part of the law that you might be able to change that would accommodate those people that contribute to society, have been law-abiding, have kids here? would there be any room in your mind because i know you had a meeting this week. >> i did. >> with hispanic laiders.
-- leaders. >> i did. there certainly could be a softening because we're not looking to hurt people. we want people -- we have some great people in this country. we have some great, great people in this country. but we're going to follow the laws of this country. what people don't realize, we have very, very strong laws. >> but obama doesn't follow them. >> no, he doesn't follow them. but we're going to follow the laws. >> we'll take a break. we're just getting things started. we'll ask him about late-breaking news about the clinton foundation. when we come back, you are going to hear from mothers whose children were killed by illegal immigrants as we continue. we're in austin, texas. it's "hannity" on the road straight ahead. ♪ it's peyton. ♪ it's peyton on sunday mornings. ♪ e-man! what up, peyt. you know i have directv nfl sunday ticket. i get every game, every sunday. all in hd. yeah. i know that.
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my name is laura wilkerson and my family became a victim of illegal alien crime on november 16th, 2010. my youngest son joshua was a senior in high school. he went to school and never returned. at trial, the killer testified on his behalf and gave exact testimony on how he systematically killed joshua. he first threw a punch in the face so that joshua's vision was messed up and he could not fight back. he next kneed joshua in the abdomen so that he would go to the ground. josh went to the ground as his spleen was sliced in half. next he took a rod and beat josh over the head again and again until the rod broke in four pieces. he waited, and he watched him die. he tied josh's body up, stuffed in the back seat of our truck, bought gas, dumped josh in a field and set his body on fire. the killer went home took a shower and went to see a movie.
when you talk about fear, you know that illegals are afraid to come out of the shadows. do you want to know what fear is? when somebody reaches in your house and grabs your littlest kid and tortures them, you're afraid of everything. >> that was the heartbreaking congressional testimony of laura wilkerson, where she was talking about the death of her son, josh. laura is here with us tonight. also with us, agnes gibiny. her son ronald was shot and killed by an illegal immigrant back in 2002. also mary ann mendoza. her son, sergeant brandon mendoza was killed in 2014 by an illegal immigrant as well in a car crash. ladies, thank you for being with us. our hearts and prayers go out to all of you. [ applause ] at the start of this show, i put up numbers. those are statistics. this is real life, real experience. i feel, especially in the cases of when these guys had criminal
records, that your government betrayed you. what do you want to say to mr. trump? >> they did betray us. every one of our kids should be with us today. this seems like fun to be here. it's not. i'd rather be home with my kid any minute, and this administration and hillary, if she's chosen, her administration will do nothing for americans. and i really believe that mr. trump will do everything for the americans. [ cheers and applause ] >> during your trial, the guy that killed your son said he was proud. he said -- because he accused josh of kicking his dog and that his culture is very different than ours, and he was really excited that he had killed your son. i couldn't believe that when i read that. >> it's horrific as a mom to sit there and see exactly what he did to your child. it -- he was happy about it. and let me tell you what. he was so unremorseful that just
like the people that are flooding over our border will cut your head off in a minute, if it happened to your family just like it happened to mine. >> mary ann, tell us your story. >> my son was an integral part of the community, and his life was cut short by a repeat criminal. and the loss has been felt for years. and, you know, arizona is a big state for this type of problem, and i've had many meetings with the sheriff, and the statistics from the border patrol. and what i'm concerned about, mr. trump, is the country that we're going to be leaving our children. i love my children too much to even think about what we're leaving them. there have been almost 6,400 apprehensions at the border this year alone from people who are not from mexico or south america. they're from terrorist-related countries. that's a huge concern of mine. the other is that, you know, we're so concerned about our
president and our senators and what not, but we really have to start paying attention to federal judges because there are so many of them who are taking the law into their own hands, on the bench, and refusing to deport people that the department of homeland security has recommended be deported, and they absolutely say no. there's been like 194,000 so far this year. >> any of you ever get a call from the government, any president, anybody ever call you guys? >> no and i wrote two letters. >> from the next president, we got a call. >> yeah. >> agnes, it took you 13 years to come into this country legally. you respected our laws and our sovereignty and you came in legally. your son, ronald, was killed by an illegal immigrant from mexico. and by the way, who had been previously deported, and our borders are so open that he was able to walk back across, which resulted in the death of your son. tell us about it.
>> my son was murdered april 27, 2002. when i found out this guy was here illegally and had crossed the border, i was outraged. this should not be happening. our children should be protected. our citizens should be protected. us americans should come first. and insult to injury, they treat the families like we are the criminals. we have no rights in a court of law. that's unacceptable. so, mr. trump, let me lay the first brick. [ cheers and applause ] >> in the set-up for this show, you speak passionately about this, and you have met many mothers and fathers. >> i have. >> what is your promise to them if you're elected? >> well, look, all we can say, because the loss is beyond anything that we can -- >> no parent should have to go through this. >> all we can say is they will
not have died in veain because e won't let it happen to others. >> i believe you. >> you know, one of the things i heard, and i've heard this from almost everyone, from you and jamil and so many others, is that when the police -- and you know i'm a big, big proponent and fan of the police. they're incredible. when somebody is killed, they are aggressive, and they're really in there. they want to find out what happened. when they find out it's an illegal immigrant, they really lose heart because there's very little they can do. hard to believe. there's very little they can do. i'm sure you probably feel that way. and i've had people say, oh, the police were so great until they found out that the person that did the killing is an illegal immigrant. and then they all of a sudden pull back. >> you were on a radio show today. >> yes. >> and we had another gentleman. his son was 21 years old. he was working in a quick mart. an illegal immigrant, who was
convicted of raping and holding a woman hostage for a week, went to jail, and they let him right back out on american soil. and because this guy didn't get the cigarettes fast enough, he killed him right there and then. this has got to stop. god bless all of you. when we come back, we'll hear from more mothers whose children were killed by illegal immigrants. we're live at the moody theater. stay with us. hey, searching for a great used car? i don't want one that's had a big wreck just say, show me cars with no accidents reported find the cars you want, avoid the ones you don't
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rear-ended by juan mejia, who was 19 years old, here illegally. drunk driving, street racing. my daughter died instantly. this is not isolated incidents. this is happening all the time. our family does not have closure. we probably never will have closure. >> that was michelle roux talking about the death of her daughter sarah. jewelry co-vac is with us. her son spenszer shot and killed by an illegal immigrant in 2015. also joining us sabine durdin is with us. her son dominick was killed in 2012 when an illegal immigrant hit his motorcycle. are you okay? >> yep. >> are you sure? that is a beautiful young girl. >> thank you. >> tell us what happened. >> she had graduated on january 30th with a 4.0 in criminal investigations from bellevue university in omaha, nebraska. went out with some friends that night. she was coming home, stopped at
a stop light on l street. that jerk was street racing 70 miles-plus an hour. blood alcohol level of 0.41, which is 12 because he was 19. he was not of legal age to be drinking. >> look at the pictures. what a beautiful young lady. >> she was my baby. >> she had her whole life ahead of her. >> i have two children. she was my youngest and my only daughter and out celebrating, sitting at a stop light. and to have it taken. he was arrested, but then the judge set his bond pretty low. >> $5,000. >> 10%. in nebraska, you don't have to secure -- >> kills this young woman. she's 21. he got out on $5,000 bail. >> right. in nebraska, you don't have to secure the other $45,000.
so $5,000 is all he paid, and now he is running free, and my daughter is gone. >> i'm so sorry. sabine, what happened? >> exactly. i'm a legal immigrant from germany. i did everything right. [ cheers and applause ] and my son dominick was nicknamed german chocolate because of his heritage. and i brought him with me. i brought his ashes with me to show what i have left of my family. i have no family left. that was my only child. the guy got nine months, five years' probation, and served 35 days for killing my child. he had a prior felony and two duis. and, mr. trump, you saved my life the day you announced you're running because you
mentioned immigration. [ cheers and applause ] i couldn't take the pain anymore, so i wanted out. and i walked past the tv, and i heard mr. trump talk about illegal immigration, and i dropped, and i screamed. and i said finally somebody listening to us. [ cheers and applause ] >> juliyou actually brought you son's ashes with you? >> yes, i did. he's always with me. i always wear the same necklace and there's a little bit of his ashes. i know he's all of our kids in there. there are thousands of other people's kids that have been lost because of illegal aliens. i don't call them immigrants. >> by the way, hillary won't say those words just like she won't say radical islamic terrorism. >> she has illegals on her stage and want us to feel sorry about
families separated. what about mine? what about our families? >> julie, you know, i've gotten to know mr. trump's kids. i'm best friends with his son donald. we've become very good friends and eric, and i've known ivanka for many years and i have two kids. there's nothing -- words escape me, and they never escape me because -- seriously because there's nothing worse than a parent losing a child. >> right. >> tell us your story. >> my son, spencer, when he was 22, he started his own small business, spencer's guitar shop. he was a musician/entrepreneur. he also took another full-time job working one of those jobs americans won't do. he worked in a warehouse full-time to keep his eight to nine employees staffed. and he was my dreamer. he was my only child, and he was
my dreamer. now, on january 31st, 2015, obama and hillary clinton's dreamer decided to go on a shooting spree and shot four people, and he didn't care what color they were, black, brown, and white were shot that night. two of the four were murdered, and one was my son. and as the illegal drove by, he shot into the passenger side. my son was sitting at a red light waiting for it to turn green. he was less than a mile from his home. >> thank you. are you okay? >> yes. >> are you sure? are you all right? all right. we love you. go ahead. >> i just want to say that the illegal alien that killed my son had been deported four times. he was a known gang member, burglary, assault, and on his
third deportation when he came back in, he went to federal prison, assaulted a man, and was supposed to get an extended 20-year mandatory sentence. the united states government gave him a plea bargain to five years, and they would have even given him half of his sentence, my son would still be here today. with all of that background, they gave him the minimum sentence. [ crowd booing ] we're going to come back. by the way, cbs, nbc, abc, cnn would never do a show like this. more with donald trump after the break. our thoughts a ♪"all you need is love" plays my friends know me so well. they can tell what i'm thinking, just by looking in my eyes. they can tell when i'm really excited and thrilled. and they know when i'm not so excited and thrilled. but what they didn't know was that i had dry, itchy eyes. but i knew. so i finally decided to show my eyes some love. some eyelove. when is it chronic dry eye?
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is dead. i saw the hole in his head and blood everywhere. it happened so fast, jazz was still holding his phone. we learned the killer was an illegal alien gang banger from mexico, released from jail with a deportation hold, three gun charges, and an assault and battery on a police officer. >> welcome back to "hannity." we're in austin, texas. that was jamil shaw talking about the death of his son, 17-year-old jamil shaw jr. we continue with republican presidential nominee donald trump. i saw your reaction both on air and off air with these victims. let me give you numbers. illegal immigrant convictions, fiscal year 2015, 18% of all drug trafficking sentences. 30% of all kidnapping, hostage-taking sentences. 75% of drug possession sentences. 10% of money laundering sentences. 21% of national defense
sentences. 5% of murder sentences. according to the u.s. sentencing commission. something's wrong. >> it's wrong. it's wrong, and everybody knows it's wrong. and the other side, i don't know. i guess it's -- i guess it's politics. [ crowd chanting ] >> as long as -- i have a message for those guys. all lives matter. [ cheers and applause ] mr. trump, $113 billion a year. let's go over your specific agenda. you talk about verify. you talk about the wall. what do you do with those who overstay their visas specifically? >> you have to get them out. you have to track them, and you can track them. you know, modern technology is a great thing. you can track anybody. but people come into the
country. they never leave, and they don't leave. they're supposed to leave. people want them to leave. they may even think they're going to leave when they come in, who knows. but then they decide to stay. and in some cases, tremendous harm. and in other cases, a lot of economic harm. so we have to do something. >> what else is part of this? we're going to do -- when it comes to future of visas, students. i think this is interrelated, the whole issue of what you call extreme vetting. james comey, mike stein back, the assistant fbi director, mike mccaul, all say that isis will infiltrate the refugee population like they did in belgium and france and germany. >> they're doing it now, sean. we're taking in tens of thousands of people that we have no idea who they are, where they come from, and they're all over the place. i don't know if you know, but your government is accepting people, and they don't even know where they're being housed. they don't know where they're being taken care of.
they're being put in california. they're being put in different states. you go to texas. you go to all over, and, sean, they don't know what's going on. our government doesn't know what's going on. the state of texas, we love texas, right? we love texas. but they're being put all over the place, and our government officials, they don't know. they don't know. and it's very sad. you know, what is the big conflict? >> hillary clinton claims that she has a monopoly of compassion. we got more protesters. hillary claims that she has a monopoly on compassion for women's rights, gay rights, lesbians rights, but she took all this money from countries like saudi arabia where they tell women how to dress, they can't drive. they can't go to school or work. and then they kill gays and lesbianss just for being gay and
lesbians, and you can't build a temple or a church. >> you might as well let this get finished. you might as well let the police do their job. >> yeah, they're about to do that. >> all right. all of texas is conservative except a little bit of austin, right? [ cheers and applause ] you got to admit hillary clinton doesn't have this much fun on the road, right? >> you know, hillary clinton has no borders. there are no borders. she wants people to pour in. she couldn't care less. that's why the border patrol agents, they endorse me. they want people -- her whole group want people to pour across the border like it doesn't even exist. and we're going to have trouble like you've never seen before. and i'm not talking about necessarily border. i'm talking about from a much bigger -- [ cheers and applause ] >> all right. let me finish this segment.
i want to just stay on the specifics. anybody else want to get thrown out before we get started again? all right. >> this is a pretty exciting place. i didn't know. >> by the way, that was an audience member that escorted her out. >> this is great. . >> all right. mr. trump, here's the most important question. everything together, you're convinced we can stop all the illegal immigration and from those countries where they practice sharia, when you say -- >> out, over. over. over. out. we'll take a break. when we come back to austin, texas. hillary clinton, believe it or not, as secretary of state, half
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. e-mail was supposed to be turned over years ago. judicial watch found another nearly 15,000 of them. hillary, about half of the people that she met with as secretary of state, including the crown prince of bahrain were given access because they're big clinton foundation donors. tell us what your thoughts are. do you believe this is pay to play? >> this is brand new that you're just telling me this. i'm not that surprised but that is a tremendous thing when you hear over half of the people. >> with the secretary of state. >> it's disgusting. it shouldn't be allowed. what is going on with hillary clint clinton, there is no justice in this country. there is no justice in this
country, 0. and for her to have the right to run for president with what she's done, deleting 33,000 e-mails. you can imagine what is on those e-mails. it is so sad and the world is laughing at the united states. >> we can argue she definitely put american security at risk. this was an e-mail server in a bathroom of a mom and pop shop. she decided which e-mails to delete. we know interrogation of james comey, the fbi director, that she lied to the american people in this case at least six times. if in fact hillary clinton was only allowing donors or half the people that she saw as secretary of state, do you believe that she was selling access to that office? >> 100%. >> look. look. >> if you traced it, and you see people that came in, and what
happened to those people we'll represent them into a country. they've got a lot. and they're not going there to say hello, how is the weather. these are sophisticated and hardened people. they contributed a lot but didn't get access to say hello. they wanted -- >> do you -- >> if you trace it back, you'll see they have had the opportunity to get 20. >> people know i get the opportunity to interview mr. trump. they say tell him to be quiet about mr. khan, and only focus on obama. are you focused only on those two? >> i have to be who i am.
and i think that is why i won the primaries and why i got more votes in the history of the republican party. i have to be who i am. this is now about hillary clinton versus myself. and in life, i win, win. i have a winning temperament, okay? i want to win and we're going to win. we're going to make america great again. that is what it's all about. >> we have a debate coming up. >> do you important do you feel these debates are for this campaign? do you think this could put you on top as a game changer? you see the polls coming out. >> we're up two. i can't tell you how important. i can say i've enjoyed debating
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