is one worthy of conversation. no matter how difficult it may be. so we want to hear what you think. go to facebook.com/the kelly file. tell us what you think about the show. thanks for watching. i'm shannon bream i i i i i i i kelly. this is "the kelly file." welcome to "hannity." welcome, milwaukee, wisconsin. how are you? we're here tonight for the entire hour. donald trump will join us to talk about the threat of radical islam and how we can ultimately defeat it. tonight you'll also hear from victims of terror attacks, and the author of defeating jihad, dr. sebastian gorka. we have a huge, fun, enthusiastic audience. the governor of the great state is here. t sheriff clarke is here tonight. before we get started, on a serious note, this summer we have seen a wave of violence inspired by radical islamists
both here, at home, and abroad. let's get a quick reminder. take a look. [ sirens ] >> oh, my god. they're all shooting back and forth. >> tonight our community witnessed or experienced a very horrific crime. many lives were lost. >> now a terrorist outside paris stabbing and killing two french police officers, and he streamed the murders live on facebook. >> one of the three blew himself up outside. the other two blew themselves up inside after opening fire and engaging in a firefight with police. >> that all too familiar news of another terror attack striking at the very heart of europe. suddenly this truck accelerated and plowed into the people lining the beach, watching the fireworks. >> this is the reality. the enemy has a plan. the enemy is dedicated.
>> an afghan refugee injured five people in an ax attack. another syrian refugee killed a co-worker and injured two others in a knife attack . >> a syrian suicide bomber who pledged his allegiance to isis blowing himself up and injuring 15 people. >> they attacked and cut the throat of the priest and then attacked one of the elderly parishioners. as they were emerging from the church, they called allahu akhbar. >> isis striking again. the death toll continues to climb this morning following an attack on a wedding party in turkey. at least 50 people are confirmed dead. >> joining us now here in milwaukee, 2016 republican presidential nominee donald trump is with us. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you.
>> you know, i watched very closely your speech yesterday, and you were very, very frank, and you talked about this being literally -- this ideology of death must be stopped. you talked about san bernardino. you talked about orlando. you talked about chattanooga. you talked about paris, france, germany, belgium. all of this terror. that's just from this summer. is this a war, a clash of civilizations? >> absolutely it is, and we're not taking it to them. we have to take it to them. i didn't want to go into iraq. i would say not too many people cared what i wanted to do. that was a terrible mistake. our terrible mistake number two was getting out the way we got out. president obama, hillary clinton, the way they got out was absolutely insane. it will be talked about for many, many years, and it really led to the formation of isis. we have problems in this country. we're letting thousands and
thousands of people come into our country. we have no idea who they are, where they come from. there's no paperwork. nobody knows what they're doing, and they're coming in by the thousands. and hillary clinton -- it was announced recently that she wants to allow 550% more coming into our country from syria, from the migration, than obama is allowing to come in. >> you said yesterday anyone who could not name our enemy is not fit to lead this country. anyone who could not condemn the hatred, the oppression, the violence of radical islam lacks the moral clarity to serve as our president. >> well, he actually had a speech and it's -- [ cheers and applause ] >> actually it's not only true, it's sad because i mean how obvious can it be? you look at what's going on. world trade center. you look at san bernardino. you look at so many different things. you look at nice just recently. i have friends that won't go to france anymore. they love france.
they love the city of lights, paris. they love paris. and i said to them, how was france this summer? oh, we don't go there anymore. france is no longer france. and we're going to do the same thing to our country, sean. so we can't allow it to happen. i have as big a heart as anybody. we take care of people. we'll build safe zones in syria. we'll do something. we'll have to have the gulf states pay for it. >> the refugees, you'll help them. food, water, supplies, baby formula, but it will be a safe zone that's protected and not bring them here. >> 100%. 100%. we have to. we have to. >> let me ask you this. i know it seemed controversial when you said that the founder of isis is obama and the co-founder is hillary. but yesterday -- [ sheecheers and applause ] >> yesterday you went into a lot of detail. i remember debating you because i did support iraq, but i didn't support leaving early without finishing the job. we had so many americans bleed
and die and risk their lives for mosul, baghdad, fallujah, ramadi, and tikrit. they won those cities. >> right. >> and you talked about even those you were opposed to it, you were opposed to leaving. >> look, i said one thing right from the beginning. i wanted to get out. we should have never been there, and i wanted to get out. i've been against it ever since. i mean you can look back to 2004, 2003. in fact, on neil cavuto's show, before the war started, i said, let's not do it. we have other things whie have do, including fix our economy, which was a mess to put it mildly. but the way we got out was ridiculous. but i've been saying something ever since i've known you. keep the oil. have i said that? >> yes. >> keep the oil. [ cheers and applause ] keep the oil. and i said when we went in, you know, the old days, to the victor belong the spoils. i don't call it a victory. it's no victory. but certainly militarily we wiped them out. but i side keep the oil, and
keep the money and some of it give to the families of the soldiers who died. give it to the wounded warriors. give it to the people that have been hurt so badly in that war. [ cheers and applause ] it would be -- by the way, that would be such a small part of the money, and the rest we use to pay ourselves. >> the life blood of how they fight terror now. it's funding it. >> what i'm saying is keep the oil. now, if they would have done that, there would be no isis. i said keep the oil. and i think most of the audience has heard me say it 200 times. i mean every time practically, so i wanted to get out, but i wanted to keep the oil. so by nature, that means you're staying in because you're going to have to guard the oil, et cetera, et cetera. but that oil is very prized oil, believe me. we have the same problem in libya right now. we did the stupid attacks on libya, and we got nothing out of it, and isis has taken over the oil. and it's some of the finest oil in the world. >> you said it's time for a new approach, but you're also against sending in ground troops. and this enemy is different from
any other enemy. you mentioned our history of defeating fascism and naziism and communism and imperial japan, and you talk all about that. how do you defeat isis if you don't have ground troops? >> so when i was young and went to school, i had always heard we never lost, this country. we never lost a war. you know, world war i, world war ii, we just didn't lose wars. and since then, i mean, when you think of it, you look at vietnam. you look at this mess that we're in right now. all of the money spent on this. i mean it's so sad. trillions of dollars. i used to say $2 trillion in iraq. but that was years ago. i've been saying that for so long. nobody even knows what it is. in the meantime, our country is going to hell. our infrastructure is terrible, our roads, our bridges, our tunnels, our schools, our hospitals. we're like a -- we're becoming like a third-world country. we're spending our money over there. with all of that being said, you have an enemy that wants to do serious harm to us, okay? beyond what anyone's ever seen.
this is like medieval times. >> one question i'd like hillary clinton and barack obama asked? i've seen the beheading videos. have any of you taken the time? it is -- it is the embodiment of evil in our time. i don't know if hillary or obama has ever watched it. have you watched those videos? >> i chose not to, but, you know, we all understood what took place. and these were great young people. and not only our people, they're doing it to their own people. they're doing it to christians. if you're a christian in the middle east and they have you, it's very likely that's going to happen. the point is they want to do serious harm. we have to take them out. we have to take them out very, very swiftly and viciously if necessary. [ cheers and applause ] >> if there's no ground troops, though -- you did say a couple of other things. you said the era of nation-building is over, and it's going to come to a quick end. you're saying it will come to a quick end. that will mean bombing on a very -- at a very high level,
and every time that happens, you know what the media is going to do is they're going to find the one area where there is collateral damage, which sadly happens in every war. we've been a compassionate nation. how do you do it? >> general flynn and other of the generals -- these are great people. i ask them all the time, if you were given -- because right now they're fighting a politically correct war. if you were given your head, you go and you got to get them out, how long would it take? i tell you what, they are telling me they could do the job very, very rapidly. very rapidly is longer than you would like, but they could get the job done and get it done with precision and get it done. we have no choice, sean. we have no choice. we have to take them out. >> stay right there. we're just getting things started. now, we have much more as we continue with donald trump right after the break. also tonight, you'll meet victims of radical islamic terror attacks, their family members, as we continue. "hannity" from milwaukee straight ahead.
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i'm kelly wright. now back to "hannity." >> he was -- he was -- >> she says i saw two sisters and one brother from poland who were mourning the death of their two other siblings. the youngest was crying, and the other two didn't know how to react. >> that's why it was really a very big shock for everybody. >> i feel guilty about screaming about my legs in pain because i could feel nothing like the other 49, who weren't so lucky
to feel this pain of mine. the guilt of being alive is heavy. >> just a few of the victims of terror. we continue from milwaukee for the full hour with donald trump as we talk about protecting the homeland. joining us now, we have victims of terror to tell their story. joining us here, karen mcwaters, her husband kevin. karen, you lost your leg in the boston bombing. >> i did. >> tell us your story. >> i went to see my husband, kevin, run, and we got a nice spot right at the finish line. i was with a dear friend, crystal, and we were all having a great time. the marathon is always a fun day, and lots of celebration and fun. and we were at the site of the first bombing. so when the first bomb went off, we -- that's when i lost my leg. i actually didn't lose it right away, but i hurt my leg. and crystal died there.
and then we were awake to hear the second bombing. >> you heard mr. trump's speech. what do you think when you hear a president that can't say radical islamic terror? >> it's really upsetting. i don't think it's helpful. i think if we don't speak honestly and clearly about what's happening, that we can't solve the issue. and i think that he is so concerned that muslims are all going to be targeted or i'm asumg assuming he thinks that. i lost my leg. i don't blame all muslims because i lost my leg. i understand the difference between radicalized people and people who are of peace. >> donald trump, who is sitting right here, talked about extreme vetting, of people that come from countries that practice sharia, which is the antithesis of our own constitution. is that something that you think this country -- what would you
order. they all risked their careers, and they said we're not standing down when americans are under fire. while hillary clinton was debating whether to ask the libyan government permission and whether or not they could go in uniform. you lost your husband that day, and your husband went to protect people that he knew were under assault at that compound, and he will tell you and others that i have interviewed that your husband saved a lot of people's lives. [ applause ] >> he did. really i'm here this evening because of benghazi. you know, as a victim, there was lack -- under hillary clinton, the state department, there was lack of security planning and decision-making up to and during that night.
the obama administration lacked strategic action because they felt like there wasn't enough time to help them. you know, americans died. my husband died saving american lives. we're at war against islamic -- you know, radical islam, here and abroad. so, you know, we have men and women out there in dangerous places serving our country, and they don't have confidence that we're going to save them. >> i want to remind the audience, though, and, chris, you can talk to this because your husband was a hero. your husband defied orders, risked his entire career. you were told to stand down, correct? >> and ty is a hero. >> he is a hero. that's right. here is what we've now learned since. there were 600 separate requests for security that were denied before while great britain and the red cross left because
things were so bad. and then during the attack, there were multiple requests -- this was all being seen in live video. then afterwards, you were in germany. you told me that they said this was a spontaneous demonstration. >> the first thing i saw, and i tell people i would turn on the tfrn, a tv, and i saw susan rice saying it was due to some video and protest. i didn't get angry. i turned the tv off and because of all the things i've seen, all those years of deploying under the obama administration, i turned it off and said par for the course and went back to bed. it's almost like i expected to see them cover it up and it steamrolled from there. >> what would you like to tell mr. trump about what needs to change? >> i believe in the vetting process. i do. now, the terrorists -- and i've been deploying for ten years. the terrorists overseas utilize our strengths, which are compassion and empathy against us. that's what they're doing right now. >> true. >> so i do agree that vetting is necessary. and i also agree -- and when you speak of the muslim community,
you're right. not all muslims are bad. but the muslim community in america, they are americans because they're here. they need to start speaking out publicly and condemning. >> let me bring in -- >> i do believe that. >> kimberly munnly, kimberly, how many times were you shot at fort hood, which by the way was workplace violence and not terrorism? how many times were you shot? >> three times. >> three times. also we have howard ray, and you were a survivor of fort hood. >> yes, sir. >> tell us your stories. kimberly. >> as you may remember, november 5th, 2009, there was -- i got the call as shots fired, multiple injuries. arriving on-scene, engaged the shooter, shot him twice. he still shot me three times. >> did you hear him yell allahu akbar? >> i did not personally where he started the massacre at inside the building. when i engaged him was outside of the building. i never spoke a word to him.
he never spoke a word to me. after i went down, my weapon malfunctioned from the impact of falling, and he walked up to me and put his gun to my head and pulled his trigger, and his malfunctioned as well. >> wow. wow. >> tell us your story. >> the day of november 5th, 2009, i showed up to the srp site, and soldier readiness processing station. i was actually there for an appointment in a building just adjacent to where the shooting initially took place. i heard the shots ring out. i was like, well, this isn't right and so took action to make sure that i got all of my fellow soldiers and co-workers and a group facilitator out of the building. it was quite chaotic. what ended up happening was a woman ended up freezing out the
door on the way out, and i realized this from experience, she froze up. she was lost. i grabbed her. we run out back, and there was someone that yelled, he's coming around. he's coming around. so that day i was in civilian clothes. i reached back for my pistol. i had a very good opportunity in time to take care of the situation, looked down into an empty holster, only to tell the woman who is now in total tears and crying, as she should, because it's such a terrifying situation where she -- i said, we got to go. so we ended up running across the back side of the parking lot. i put myself in front of her. he came around the corner, raised his gun, and i said, here it is. and ultimately i ended up unscathed. i subsequently got her to safety. i was given an award for saving the lives of my colleagues that day. [ applause ]
>> these are the victims of real-life terror that is hurting our homeland. san bernardino, orlando, chattanooga, abroad, france, germany, belgium, all of europe. the impact immigration has on this. vetting refugees. is it possible? we want to thank our guests for being here. thank you so much for sharing your stories. when we come back, we'll talk to mr. trump about how to keep the homeland safe, straight ahead. there are two billion people who don't have access to basic banking, but that is changing. at temenos, with the microsoft cloud, we can enable a banker to travel to the most remote locations with nothing but a phone and a tablet. everywhere where there's a phone, you have a bank. now a person is able to start a business, and employ somebody for the first time.
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we're talking about protecting the homeland, defeating isis, winning this war on terror. these are the real victims. they don't get -- you know, boston happens. we move on. chattanooga happens. we move on. the people in orlando are still living in the aftermath of what happened at that nightclub. >> right. and there will be more. look, we could be nice about it. we can say it's never going to happen again. there will be more. what we're doing by allowing thousands and thousands -- tens of thousands of people in here that we just don't know anything about, it's going to happen again because there's something wrong. and until we figure it out, we have to stop it. and that was really a large part of the speech that i just -- >> i want to get into the extreme vetting in a minute. i want to get into this because this is an important question. you talked about countries that live under sharia and about people that want to come here from countries. if you go out, for example, in saudi arabia, which gave the
clinton foundation up to $25 million, the clinton library $10 million. >> they did. >> okay. and i can't find any -- i can't find any instances where hillary criticized them. women can't drive. women are told how to dress. women are told that they can go to school or if they can go to work. we know that gays and lesbians in saudi arabia can get the death penalty. you can't build a jewish temple. there's a guy over here with a sign that says "jews for trump." and you can't build a christian church. would you ever take money from a country that treats gays, lesbians, jews, and christians that way? >> well, you don't want to do that. >> and women? >> if they knew about it, that would be one thing. i assume they knew about it big league. but certainly they know about it now, so maybe they can give the money back. i've actually called -- i've actually called -- >> wait a minute. they knew about it because that has been saudi arabia's practice for years. >> let's give them the benefit of the doubt. >> you're going to give hillary the benefit of the doubt? i'm not.
>> you know what? they should give the money back. i've been saying this for a long time. they should give the money back. >> should they give the money back? [ audience cheering ] [ audience chanting "give it back" ] >> what does it say she claims to be the champion of women's rights and gay and lesbian rights and freedom of thought and religion? >> look, there's a whole big phony deal going on. i have to say when we were talking about benghazi, the ad, i don't know if everybody remembers it. i remember it. at 3:00 in the morning essentially who do you want to be at that phone at 3:00 in the morning? we have some people -- i'll be up. i will tell you that. she was not too effective. you know, the amazing thing -- because that was a big ad, and
everybody made a big deal, and she said she'd be there at 3:00. she wasn't there. >> this was 4:00 in the afternoon. >> but she had a certain friend that was contacting her routinely all day and all week and all the time routinely. and you had 600 messages trying to get through. different forms of message, and not one of those messages got through. >> what is extreme vetting, and what does that mean, and how do you -- for example, if somebody grows up in a country where the clintons take all their money from, if they grow up there and they think that men can tell women how to dress, and they can't drive, and they can't go to school, and you can't build a church or a temple, and you grow up there. then you want to come to america. how do you possibly vet what's in their heart? >> let me tell you, you get very smart people, and there are those people. they're very good at understanding what's going on. beyond that, you use social media. a lot of these people, they're better at social media than we are. isis, if you look at what isis is doing with social media, they're recruiting over the internet. and i also said we have to end that. we have to knock it out.
we have to -- you know, some people would say, oh, that's a terrible thing. we have to end that. but, sean, when you look at what's going on with the internet and how isis is using the internet and what they're doing and what they're doing to us, and then you have people in our country that say, oh, you can't do that. that's doing something so bad to us. here we are, people, they want to blow us up. we have to take them out very swiftly because weapons are getting stronger and stronger, meaner and meaner. and, believe me, they want to come over here. now, again, i was one that didn't want to go over there. but now you have no -- really you have no choice. now, one thing. when obama announced when he's going out and we're going to -- all they did is they sat back. i couldn't believe it. when i was watching, i was watching this conference, and he was talking about getting out and when they were getting out. i'm sitting there, i can't believe that he would say it. and even hillary clinton, when she talks about the different things she wants to -- why can't we just be quiet and do the job?
>> this is important. you said you don't want to telegraph -- >> i don't want to telegraph. >> when you talk about extreme vetting and you did talk about in the cold war, we did have ideological test screening and this goes into your thinking. and how do you stop -- how do you possibly know if somebody grows up under sharia and these extreme viewpoints that are the antithesis of our constitutional -- >> so when you look at san bernardino, right, which was a horror show. she came in, she probably radicalized the husband. what a couple that was. that was a real beauty. so if they would have looked at social media, they would have seen that this woman was -- >> was radicalized. >> we didn't look at social media. they just came in. they actually killed people that gave them a baby shower, a baby party. they had a child. the 14 people that were killed, they were at the party honoring the birth of their baby, and
they went in and shot them all, killed them all. look, there's something going on. it's a sick deal. it's beyond just normal -- >> let me follow up. >> sean, this is a sick, sick, deal. >> this is an advancement of a caliphate that wants worldwide either convert or die. here's my question, then. you pointed out that this guy, the father of this orlando shooter, and he was smiling as you said. and hillary, and you talked about her stupidity and her weaknesses. and he has explained his radical views. what do we do when we find somebody that has extreme views? do we throw them the hell out? >> i'd throw him out. if you look at him, i'd throw him out. [ cheers and applause ] you know, i looked at him, and you look. he's smiling. he had the red cap on. i thought it was one of my caps. i said, no. make america great again. i don't think so. but he has the red cap. he's got a big smile on his face during the whole thing. he obviously liked what he
heard, okay, from her. look, we have to be so tough and so smart and so vigilant. and frankly the muslims have to help us because they see what's going on in their community. we don't see it. they have to help us. and if they're not going to help us, they're to blame also. but in san bernardino, they saw bombs laying around the apartment. people saw it. and they wanted to be -- they called it racial profiling. we didn't want to call in because of racial profiling. in other words, a lawyer got to them and said, you got a problem here. you knew this. say racial profiling. but, look, whether it's racial profiling or politically correct, we better get smart. we are letting tens of thousands of people into our country. we don't know what the hell we're doing. >> awe've got to take a break. we'll be back. we have more with donald trump. we're at the pabst theater in milwaukee, wisconsin. that and more straight ahead on "hannity."
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get a 3-year brp limited warranty plus a $1,500 rebate. isil is not a caliphate. it's a crime ring. >> under president obama and vice president biden, we are making progress. >> isil is on the defensive. >> what's the problem with radical islam? >> well, the problem is that that sounds like we are declaring war against a religion. >> there's no magic to the phrase "radical islam." it's a political talking point. >> our enemy are these criminal killers who misuse a religion. >> isil is not islamic. no religion condones the killing of innocents. >> you can talk about islamists. i don't want us to be painting with too broad a brush. >> ice masil does not speak for
islam. >> the islamic state is not islamic. there's no such thing as radical islamic terrorism. by the way, theray're the j.v. team and do not represent an existential threats to the united states of america. those are the words of president obama and candidate hillary clinton. we continue now with donald trump. we're in milwaukee at the pabst theater. also joining us is the author of "defeating jihad, dr. gorka is with us. he's the professor of strategy and irregular warfare. you jeust heard, j.v. team, they're contained. we see the victims that we interviewed earlier. what does the president and hillary not understand about this evil in our time? >> sean, they don't understand the reality. the war is real, and the war is here. the war is here. the victims are here. this is a threat that is real
and is escalating every day. isis makes between $2 million and $4 million every 24 hours. it has captured larger than the uk with 6 million people living on their territory and has recruited 8,000 jihadis. >> and every 84 hours there's another attack. >> so there's this hell hole in iraq and syria. outside of the battle zone, every 84 hours since june, there's been a jihadi attack somewhere. >> donald trump, i know he gets beat up by the media, but he says he's going to have extreme vetting, and he's going to build a wall. who's going to pay for it? >> by the way, that's a little bit of a different subject. >> but it's actually related, though. >> it's related. a little different, but it's related. >> will those policies that he's advocates versus what we hear from them -- will it keep -- let me backtrack. there's a thousand fbi
investigations ongoing now about isis in america in all 50 states, including wisconsin. will the policies mr. trump is advocating keep everybody here and across the country safer in your professional opinion? >> absolutely. let's take politics -- [ cheers and applause ] let's take politics out of the equation. we have killed or arrested 108 people linked to isis in the last two years in america. linked to isis. if you don't have borders, you don't have security. >> is there anything else you would add so we can keep the homeland safe? and if you say we can defeat isis, can we defeat it, as mr. trump is saying, without ground troops? >> we don't have to be the face of this war. it has to be our allies in the region. this is why mr. trump's speech
was essential. it has to be our muslim bodies, the jordanians, who have suffered so much, the egyptians. >> the saudis. >> we'll talk about that later, okay? it has to be the jordanians, the egyptians, who are the face of this war. we can provide the training, the special forces advisors, but we don't need to be the face of this war. and the most important thing mr. trump said, this is an ideological war like the cold war. we have got to destroy the brand of jihad. >> how dangerous is the syrian refugees, and is it a better idea -- and i'm talking as if you're not here. >> hi. >> no, but 550% increase that hillary wants in syrian refugees. you're offering to provide a safe zone, protect it militarily. >> paid for by somebody else. >> paid for by other people. by the way, obama did accumulate more debt than every other president before him combined. >> doubled it. he doubled it. >> but you'd also provide food, water, medicine, supplies, cots, baby formula.
>> right. >> in syria. >> in syria. they have plenty of land, i can tell you. and they're plenty of money. you look at the gulf states. you look at the kind of money they have. nobody has seen money like that, and they're not doing anything. they're not doing anything. >> james comey, james clapper, general john allen, michael stein back, the assistant fbi director, the house homeland security secretary have all warned us and brennan, our cia director, that isis will infiltrate this refugee population. so is hillary clinton and barack obama gambling with the lives of these american people by taking them in? yes or no? >> if hillary clinton becomes the commander-in-chief and continues the policies of this administration, american lives will be endangered. it is that simple. >> is it fair to say they will have blood on their hands if refugees kill americans? >> they already do. [ cheers and applause ]
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stream media put that on. she's so protected. they're so protecting her. she hasn't had a news conference in like 250 days. >> she's in the witness protection program. >> she's being protected by the government. how she got away with the e-mails is beyond anything i have seen in justice f i speech about her for an hour, 45 minutes nothing gets on television. they'll put something else on. >> if you mention "new york times" or the judge -- >> other things get on television. she's totally protected. >> by the media. >> i've never seen anything like it. she doesn't do that much. she tells a speech on a teleprompter. she goes home, i think she sleeps. >> takes weekends off. >> i guess she takes a lot of
weekends off. she takes a lot of time off. you know that is frankly, frankly, it's really not fair. >> you know, i look at -- i've asked you about the economy. we've got the lowest labor participation rate since the 70s. 12 million more americans on food stamps. 58% increase in the black community on food stamps. eight to 10 million people in poverty. my question is this. forgetting the media. i have interviewed you a lot. how certain does the wall get built? how certain does obamacare get repeeled? >> you can never say 100%, but close to 100%. we need it. you know, the border patrol agents have endorsed me. along with sheriff joe and everyone else. >> so when you say, you will
rebuild the military. that is a promise. >> we have to. it's depleted. >> you will send education back to the states? >> 100%. >> you will make america energy independent. >> we have regulations that are absolutely destroying our energy companys. >> will you appoint originalist justices like scalia. >> yes. i've already announced two of the 11. 11 people of which to pick. i want to get as close to scalia as i can. >> you will repeal obamacare? >> you know, obamacare is dying of it's own volition. >> these are promises you're telling the people? >> 100%. i'm telling you, too. >> unfortunately that is all the time we have left this evening. as always, thank you for being with us. thank you, wisconsin, thank you, milwaukee.
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