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you already are. anybody else to mexico i don't do new year's resolutions. >> guy's, i just a baby. i am sandra smith with "the kelly file" ." >> hello, and welcome to the special diction of "hannity." resident trump salinity of the american people, the voters what he would do if elected. tonight, for the full hour, we will examine some of donald trump's promises like these. let's take a look. >> we will build a great wall and stop the drugs from pouring into our country and poisoning ourr youth. every day, the law known as obamacare is it destabilizing our health care. that is why we will repeal and
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replace obamacare. we have no choice. it is time to shake the rough? rust off america's policies. it is time to invite new voices and new visions into the fold. we will reestablish. appoint justices to the supreme court of the united states who will oppose and defend our constitution. we are going to drain the swamp of corruption in washington, d.c. we are going to make america great again, it greater than before. >> now, let's n start with one f our major topicsth that got americans fired up on the trail. imagine a magic grace. he promised he would build a wall before chemical illegal immigrants and more. >> let's start with our signature issue onn immigration, which is you are going to build the wall. >> 100%.
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>> who is going to pay for the wall? >> [applauding] >> here is my question. >> what has been interesting, i've been watching over the last week or two and been saying maybe he won't build the wall, maybe what -- jeb bush said you never buildve well. >> i think people now realize we are building the wall. it is going to happen. it's 100% simple. i told's a story all the time. the great wall of china, 13,000 miles long, this is a thousand miles that we have caterpillar tractors to build. miles. thousand it is 2,000, but we need 1,000. it is so easy to do. it gets higher and higher and higher everybody says i am not going to do it. >> [applauding] >> i think the time frame, if if you get elected president of the united states of america --
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>> applauding the mark [applauding] stick according to the clown, how long will it take you to build that wall, start to finish? >> i. am very good at it, almost immediately. now, if y you will believe it, they were going to build the wall a while ago, not so wonderful. they couldn't get environmental toca back it. he can you believe it? we got lucky because it was such a little work, it was such a nothing more. they couldn't get their environment, probably a snake was in the way or a toad. >> or a turtle. stick or something you've never heard of, but something was in the way. you think of china and the south of china sea where they are building's massive fortress. they are building this massive military fortress and digging that water, digging, digging. you know what happened, let's do it on sunday, and on monday morning they started. in our case, look, that will
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gets done very quickly. i got, as you know, a lot of the border patrol agents here tonight.we we have 16,500 border patrol agents that know the border better than anybody. their job is much easier without itit because i have to let everybody keep going by. these are unbelievable people. they see what's happening, they see what c is coming in, and thy want it stopped. look, they want people to come in, but they want the people to be feted. here is the story, so they endorse them. first time in the history of the border patrol. >> the next -- >> one other thing we have to say, and mexicowa will pay for e wall. they have to pay for the wall. >> let me ask you this. the current president of mexico said he would meett with you. will you meet with him? >> yes, sure. i would meet with him. >> they are not going to write
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you a check. how do you get them to pay? >> on trade, they are absolutely killing us. they are killing us atl? the border, they are killing us on tray. we have a trade deficit with mexico of close to $60 billion a year. so right there, you can build a wall because the wall is a fraction of that. right there. we lose a fortune on trade, and that doesn't include the drugs that are pouring across the border, which is probably doubled or tripled or something. >> i have covered the border now for years on this program. the rio grande to san diego and everywhere in between 12 times. i've been downo there. i have seen drug warehouses, i have seen troubles that show some of the pictures. my next question is, and this is where you seem to in thehe last week the revisiting the issue of sending everybody back that is here illegally. tell us where you stand on that. >> we want to follow the laws. we have very strong laws.
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i don't know if you know but bush and even obama sends people back. we could be more aggressive than that, but we want to follow the laws. if you s sick going around tryig to makew new laws in this country, it is a process that is brutal. we want to follow the laws of the country, and we follow the laws we can do what we have to do. >> let me say. >> we got some great people in this country. they shouldn't be in here with great people.go we got some really bad gang members and to some horrible people >> start with them. >> those people are going out. they are going to be the first order i send. >> day one sticker another question has come up a lot. what about people that work hard and have been here a long time, they ownei homes, they have ther properties. this is a question everybody's going to want answered. what about them? do they have to go back, or would you reconsider? >> we are going to follow the laws of the country.
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>> w they have to go back to mexico we are going to see who people are, we are going to see how theyow have done. if you believe in a marriage a simple but when people commit as an example, do youe believe ina marriage ofwh them? one of the things it is very unfair with leaving people is that you have years and years of people waiting online. they've gone through a process, they file, legally, and they are great people in some cases. i guessyb in some cases, maybe not. you have really great people wanting to come into a country, and now what you would be doing is taking people away from that line. >> is there any part of the law that you might be able to change that would accommodate those people who contribute to society, have been law-abiding, here?ids with there be any room in your mind -- because i know you had a meeting this week. >> i had a meeting with great people, great hispanic leaders, and they are can certainly be a softening because we are not looking to hurt people. we have some great people in
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this country. we have some great, great people inin this country. we are going to follow the laws of this country. people don't realize, what people don't realize, we have very, very strong laws. >> but obama doesn't follow them. >> they don't follow them. but we will. >> we have 11.3 million illegal immigrants in the country now. you set immediately last night, all criminal aliens out day one. >> [applauding] >> by the way, that is so simple. there are some things were a sort ofe feel bad, and this one -- wee have these killers in ths country that are heading up gangs. you go out, exactly, exactly. >> they lost children, right here behind you.be >> those guys, if we ever find them, if i am president, oh. >> [applauding] >> bravo! >> the six hour immigration system, we must change our
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leadership in washington and we must change it quickly. sadly, sadly, there is no other way. the truth is our immigration system is worse than any buddy ever realized, but the facts are known because the media won't report on them. the politicians won't talk about them. and a special interest spend a lot of money trying to cover them up because they are making absolute fortune. is. is the way it today, on a very complicated and very difficult subject, you will get the truth. >> [applauding] >> the fundamental problem with the immigration system in our country is that it servesco the needs of wealthy donors,
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political activist, and powerful, powerful politicians. it's all you can do. thank you. thank you. >> [applauding] >> let me tell you who it does not i serve. it does not serve you, the american people. it doesn't serve you. when politicians talk about immigrationia reform, they usuay mean the following, amnesty, open borders, lower wages, immigration reform. it should mean somethingfo else entirely. it should mean improvements to our laws and policies to make life better for americans citizens. we will terminate the obama administration's deadly, and it is deadly, nonenforcement
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policies that allow thousands of criminal aliens to freely roam our streets, walk around, do whatever they want to do, crime all over the place. that is over. that's over, folks. that's over. >> [applauding] >> since 2013 alone, the obama administration has allowed 300,000ed criminal aliens to return back into united states communities. these are individuals -- >> [booing] >> encountered or identified by ice but who are not detained or processed for deportation. because it wouldn't have been politically incorrect. >> [booing] >> my plan also includes cooperating closely with localin jurisdictions to remove criminal
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aliens immediately. we will restore the highly successful secure communities program, good program. we will expand and revitalize the popular 287g partnerships, which will help to identify hundreds of thousands of deportable aliens in local jails. that we don't even know about. both of these programs have been recklessly guided by thison, ane programs that work. this is yet one more area where we are headed in a totally opposite direction. there is no common sense, there is no brainpower in our administration by our leader or our leaders. none.ne
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none, none, none. on my first day in office, i am also going to ask congress to pass cases law, named for kate steinman to ensure that criminal aliens convicted of a legal reentry receive strong mandatory minimum sentences. strong. and then we get them out. another reform i am proposing is the passes of legislation name for detective michael davis and deputy sheriff danny oliver, to law enforcement officers recently killed by a previously illegal immigrant.a previously the davis-oliver bill will enhance cooperation with state and local a authorities to ensue that criminal immigrants and terrorists are swiftly, really
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swiftly, identified and removed, and they will go fast, believe me. they are going to go fast. we are going to triple theer number of ice deportation officers. >> [applauding] >> within ice, i am going to create a new special deportation task force, focused on identifying and quickly removing the most dangerous criminals illegal immigrants in america whora have evaded justice, just like hillary clinton has evaded justice, okay. >> our immigration that is my policy on immigration is so simple. we will restore the civil rights ofer african-americans, hispanic americans and all americans by
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ending illegal immigration, and yes we will build a wall. >> we will build a wall! >> [applauding] >> and we are going to stop the inflow, the massive inflow of drugs, which is coming into your community more than anyone's community, but coming into your community and pointed to poisoning our youth and poisoniy other people. but poisoning our youth. i will reform visa rules to give american workers preference for jobs, and i will suspend reckless refugee admissions from terror prone regions that cost taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollars. >> coming up next on the special edition of "hannity" ." >> if we don't act, the damage will be irreversible. we are going to act. that is why we are going to repealoi and replace obamacare.
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we have no choice. we have no choice. >> [applauding] >> we have absolutely no choice. >> notot recently, news broke tt obamacare premiums will rise dramatically next year by double digits. president electra said he will repeal and replace this dangerousri law. that is coming up next on the special edition of "hannity" continuess.
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♪ >> live from american's headquarters, i am kelly wright and washing. good evening, here is what happening. the manhunt for the turkey turky nightclub attacker taking police to an a stable neighborhood, acting on a tip. law enforcement rated an apartment there, but so far there are no reports of any arrests. earlier today, it took us officials said they have the
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gunman's fingerprints. he is suspected of opening fire inside the ice club on new year's eve, killing 39 people. he managed to slip from the scene by taking advantage of the chaos that ensued. a computer outage causing long lines for international travelers trying to enter the u.s. u.s. customs and border protection outage has reportedly been resolved, but is not clear yet what caused it. it is also unclear how widespread the problem was, but the issues were reported in miami, fort lauderdale, atlanta, and dulles international airport. i am kelly wright, now back to "hannity" ." ♪ >> and welcome back to this special edition of "hannity." it trumps promises. during the campaign, president-elect trump found he would repeal and replace obamacare, but how exactly will he get that done. he hears what he said. >> you promised to release the name that people would know your judicial philosophy.
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you are making a promise to balance the budget. you're making a promise to build a wall. he madesa a promise to repeal obamacare and replace it with. >> you don't even have to repeal. we are going to do it before it happens. it is going to implode, and in fact, on november 1st, new members are coming out. right before the election. they are trying to change the date, they want to make it after the election. it is going to show the increased necessary to sustain obamacare, it is going to be massive. everyone is talking about. nobody would change that date. >> you want to replace itbo wit, health savings? maybe q mexico but there are so many other things. just so you understand, once we get competition going with free enterprise but they have to go and compete instead of having states as a monopoly you get rid of the borders, you get rid of the lines they can go outside once we get rid of that, and almost had it this time, they could have had at this time, and you would've seen such competition. there will be plants, health care plans, that you
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never even heard about they haven't even been thought about right now. there will be such competition. it will be a beautiful thing. the numbers will go way w down. first of all, obamacare is no good. the premiums are through the roof, but have you looked at deductibles q mexico it is huge. >> is in the process of almost death. you can't get them. i'm trying to get to with the release of these names, that was a big promise. balancing a budget is a big promise. building a wall is a big promise. appealing obamacare is a big promise. i understand you're giving a speech next week on independence. that is a big promise. >> in north dakota. >> building our military, taking care of our pets, those are big promises. myn question is on those agenda items that i have told you about an hour interviews, how rock-solid are those promises were the people that may be onre the that's the back fence that want to know you're doing this things? >> i want to get all done. >> our military, show us the otr
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day, our fighter planes are so old that they go to junkyards to get parts. they go to airplane graveyards to take parts uphold planes that haven't been flown in 25 years. they are taking parts of these planes and trying to put them on and fix them on our fighter jet jets. we are really in trouble. >> let's's talk about obamacare. you talked about eliminating it. he talked about affordability, pre-existing conditions, and health care savings accounts. i do believe health care is the antidote? >> i think itt is one of them. i think it is a great alternative. they were, theys are fabulous. you can move, you can do whatever you want to do. everybody wants him. he will save money. you have much better plans. a look at what's going on with obamacare. the rates are going through the roof. at deductibles, you won't even get to use it unless you havegha real big long lasting problem. no, no. it is a certainly one method, and if there are many, by the way sean, i don't always mention that, but there are many
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methods. they will all be better.t you don't have to be limited to onee or two. we can use other methods. other people will be paying a less money, sean, they willa be paying a lot less money for a lot better care. >> back i will ask congress to convene a special session so wen repeal and replace, and it will be such an honor for me, for you, and for everybody in this country because obamacare has to be replaced, and we will do it and we will do it very, very quickly. it is a catastrophe. the president said if you like your plan, you can keep your plan. if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. which may go down as one of the great political lies of the century. even the skeptical democrats believed him and approved the legislation. there were democrats that were very much against it, but they believed him, and they approved
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it. no one ever read, or certainly very few people, the 2,700 page bill, to the this day, nobody understands it. the obama administration has just announced massive double digits and trejo digits obamacare premium prices prices. everywhere all throughout the country. here in pennsylvania premiums are going to increase more than 60%, and that is nothing compared to what will happen in the future. of course, in the future, if i am president, there won't be obamacare, see won't have to worry. >> [applauding] >> that means parents won't have enough money to pay their bills or get medicine for their kids. in the great state of arizona, a wonderful place i just left, premiums will go up even higher than 160%. other states are go up more than
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66,ot 70, 80, 90%. deductibles can go to 12,000, 13,000, $14,000, even $15,000. in other words, your health care won't even be usable. you are paying all this money, you won't even get to use it. people all across the country are devastated. there health care costs are more than their mortgage costs or their rent, which by the way is a first in american history. this is particularly unfair to millennials and younger americans, generally, who will be totally crushed by these massive health care costs before they even get started on their journey through life. one-third of the counties, think of this, one-third of the counties in pennsylvania it will have only a single insurance company left if you have that.
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that includes, philadelphia, where i went to school. the associated press found that some of the 440,000 pennsylvania consumers who buy insurance there healthcare.gov will face some of the highest premium increases in the nation. people of philadelphia. premiums are soaring, doctors are quitting, companies are fleeing, and deductibles go through the roof. worker's hours are being cut, hiring has frozen, totally frozen, and wages are being slashed. obamacare means higher prices, fewer choices, and lower qualit quality. our replacement plan includes health cavings accounts, a nationwide insurance market where you can purchase across state lines and the letting sts
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manage medicaid dollars. so much better. we will create quality, reliable, affordable health care in a free market where parents can make the health care decisions that they really want to make for their families. it will be a much better health care at a much less expensive cost. i have led a great life, and i truly love our country. so now i want to get back to the country that's been so good to me. that is why i am doingng this. >> [applauding] >> all i see, everywhere i travel in this nation, and i have been everywhere, is uncapped potential waiting to be realized. the people arere amazing. the people are amazing. if we unlock the potential of this country, and it's incredible people, no dream is outside of our reach.
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>> [applauding] >> if we stop believing in our failed politicians and start believing in ourselves, than anything, anything is possible. >> [applauding] >> i am asking you to dream big, to push for bold change, and to believe in a movement powered by our love forer each other and or love for our country. that is how we will truly make great again. thank you. >> and up next, right here on a special edition of "hannity." >> my number one priority is to dismantle the disastrous deal with iran. i know dealmaking, and let me tell you, this deal is catastrophic for america, for israel, and for the whole of the
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middle east. >> donald trump, he did not mince words on the campaign trail of some of president obama's former policy failures. what will donald trump do once he is inaugurated in january? that and more on the special edition of "hannity" trumps promises continues. anything meant to stand needs a stable foundation. a body without proper foot support can mean pain. the dr. scholl's kiosk maps your feet and recommends our custom fit orthotic to stabilize your foundation and relieve foot, knee or lower back pain from being on your feet. dr. scholl's. afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose.
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♪ >> hello, and welcome back to "hannity."in during the campaign,ut president-elect trump talked about his foreign policy failures and what hend would do differently if he was a commander-in-chief. here's what trump promised, you, the american voter that he would do. >> i would like to talk today about t how to develop a new foreign policy direction for our country. one that replaces randomness with purpose, ideology with strategy, and chaos with peace.
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it isis time to shake the rust f of america's foreign policy. it is time to invite new voices and new visions into the fold, something we have to do. the direction i will outline today will also return us to a timeless principle. my foreign policy will always put the interests of the american people, and american security, above all else. it has to be first. it has to be. that will be the foundation of every single decision that i will make. america -- >> [applauding] >> america, first, will be the major and overriding theme of my administration, but to chart our path forward, we must first, briefly take a look back. we have a lot to be proud of. in the 1940s, we save the world, the greatest generation
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beat back the nazis and japanese imperialist. then we save the world again. this time from totalitarianism and communism, the cold war. it lasted for decades, but guess what? we want, and we won big. democrats and republicans working together that got mr. gorbachev to heed the words of president reagan, our great president, when he said "tear down this wall! history will not forget what he did very special, special man and president. unfortunately, after the cold war, our foreign policy veered badly off course. we failed to develop a new vision for a new time. in fact, as time went on, our foreign policy began to make less and less sense.
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logic was replaced with foolishness and arrogance which led to one formm progress eat disaster after another week. they just kept coming and coming. we went from the states and iraq ng to egypt to libya to president obama's line in the sand in syria. each of these actions have helped to throw the region into chaos and gave isis the space it needs to grow and i prosper. veryry bad. it all began with a dangerous idea that we could make western democracies, out of countries that had no experience or interest in becoming a western democracy. we tore up what institutions they had, and then were surprised at what we unleashed. civil war, religious fanaticism, thousands of americans and just killed lives, lives, lives
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wasted, horribly wasted. many trillions of dollars were lost as a result. the vacuum was created that isis would fill. iran, to would rush in and fill that void. much to they their really unjut enrichment. they have benefited so much, so sadly for us. our foreign policy is a complete and total disaster. the situation is likely worse than the public has any idea. a new congressional report reveals that the administration has downplayed the growth of isis with 40% of analysts saying they have experienced efforts to manipulate their findings. they are trying to make it look much better than it is. it's bad.. at the same time, isis is trying to infiltrate refugees flows into europe into the united states. iran, thewo world's largest stae
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sponsor of terrorism, is now flush with $150 billion in cash released by the united states. plus, if you remember from two weeks ago, another 400 million in actual cash that was obviously used for ransom. worst of all, the nuclear dear puts iran the number one state sponsor of radical islamic terrorism, on a path to nuclear weapons. the obama co-clinton foreign policy has unleashed us these stabilize the middle east, and put the nation of iran which's chance of death to america in a dominant position of regional power, and in fact, aspiring to be a dominant world power. this is my pledge to the american people, as your
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president, i will be your single greatest champion. >> [applauding] >> i will fight to ensure that every american is treated equally, protected equally, and honored equally. we will reject the bigotry and hatred and oppression in all of its many of the forms. and seek a new future built on our common culture and values is one american people. only this way we make america great again and a safe again for everyone. thank you very much. god bless you. thank you. >> it up next, right here, on "hannity." >> the justices of the united straits grand prix in court that will uphold and defend the constitution of the united states. >> president-elect trump, he
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care act is one of their top priorities. the president-elect donald trump has said he might want to keep parts of the law. i am kelly wright. now back to our special "hannity" ." ♪ >> and welcome back to the special edition of street 24. duringn the campaign, donald trump said he would appoint originalist justices to the supreme court. people like scalia and thomas care to actually believe in the constitution. now the president-elect even released the list of people who choose from, so here's what he said. >> today was a very big day. you have a list of names. >> i do. >> you talk to me for a wan about releasing these games,
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your judicial philosophy. you said you wanted a virginal, you said you wanted people like clarence thomas on the supreme court. tell us about this list of names. >> i've been having a lot of feedback from a lot of different people, and a half, as you know, have tremendous endorsements. i'm a conservative, and i may have different views of different things. ii am extreme and conservative s an example of trade, but a conservative would say i am not because i don't necessarily believe. i don't believe in big drills for theiv nazis. would you do on trade. my view is good deals of the united states. it was a very simple view. if you can call it conservative, he you call it whatever you want, but what the judges are saying, what happens if he appoints the wrong judges? what we did and i just have it, we just took -- >> tell me the same spirit >> i thought what i would do is put this forward and this t would be levered either choose from herpl pick people very close in terms of the spirit and the meaning that they room
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represent. justice scalia is mentioned here right up front as being just one of our great judges and one of our great justices. >> this is your judicial philosophy. one of the things i think people question. i had interviewed you a lot during this process. youou gave me very specific things. one of the top things i would ask you often is your judicial philosophy. you mentioned scalia and thomas. they are whatre originalist, constitutionalist. you are a constitutionalist. >> correct. i am also a high intellect. i want great and slick end. they are pro-life. that is my h list. we are going to truce from, most likely come , from this list. at a minimum, we will keep people within this general realm. again, i have people that have said really like me, like everything i stand for, but would really like to know
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perhaps outside of the defense of our country, perhaps the single most important thing the next president is going to have to do is fix the supreme court. >> it is an impact for generations to come. >> generations. i would say if hillary clinton, who is doing very poorly in this whole rig system that bernie sanders happens to be in, if hillary clinton for some reason wins, your country will never be the same. because she is going to put disasters on the supreme court. these are -- >> this isme interesting because there might've been some people -- i talked to people on the radio's show, some people have said donald trump is a recent convert to conservatism. i asked you very specific questions. for example, you say you want to balance budget. actually told me once that you don't want to steal from our kids. >> i do want a balanced budget. we got to balance a budget in 20 years. i am saying 20 years, what are you talking about? i do want a balanced budget.
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you have to understand, i was born in new york, and i really started my business. i was in brooklyn, queens with my father, but i moved to manhattan and started doing very, very well in manhattan. when you look at the statistics on manhattan, whether you like them or don't like them, it is very democrat, and i think probably a lot of people feel because i come from essentially manhattan i would be that way. i wanted to put this list out because i wanted to quell any fears that people had. this is a list of people that i got from people i most respect. >> you vetted each one. you almost did it like a job interview. >> really, i vented but too much greater extent, the federalist d has tremendous respect, heritage is look ats it, who i have great respect for. i know senator sessions has brought the names around to
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different people in the senate. people have seen the list. >> it up next, right here on the special edition of "hannity." >> reform will be a crucial part of our 100 day plan as well. we are going to drain the swamp in washington, d.c. you will see. >> president-elect trump, he promised voters he would drain the swamp in washington, so how will he do it? that his neck on the special edition of "hannity: trump's promises" continues. i thought i married an italian. my lineage was the vecchios and zuccolis. through ancestry, through dna i found out that i was only 16% italian. he was 34% eastern european. so i went onto ancestry, soon learned that one of our ancestors we thought was italian was eastern european. this is my ancestor who i didn't know about.
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>> welcome back to the special edition. president-elect trump vowed he would drain the swamp in washington. his contract with the american voter, trump would propose an amendment on term limits on members of congress. here's what he said about this topic. >> you have seen things and i've seen things and i've been going through things. nobody could imagine that this could happen in the united states. nobody can even imagine it. i'll tell you what. were g going to win the election and were going to clean out the swamp. we are going to drain the swamp of washington, d.c. it's a swamp of absolute corruption. it's absolutely c corrupt. were going to drain the swamp. we'll see what happens. b we're going to win. we have such enthusiasm. i just left this rally. i'm sitting in a room that's about 200 degrees.
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it's like a steam room. and it's wonderful. i'll tell you what. at least you're on the side of exposing some of this stuff. the press doesn't want to do it. it's incredible what's going on in the country. ethics reform will be. a crucial part of our plan.'r we are going to drain the swamp of corruption in washington, d.c. drain it. >> [people chanting] drain the swamp! >> thank you. i will impose a five-year ban on executive branch officials becoming lobbyists and a a lifetime ban on officials becoming lobbyists for foreign governments. change is not going to be easy.
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i am going to need you to fight as hard for these proposals as you p fought for this great campaign of ours. we are going to need our government and this movement to be more engaged and more vigilant than ever before to help us accomplish the reforms and overcome decades of stalemate and gridlock. we are going to get it done. now that you put me in this position, even if you don't help done. believe me. it would be easier if you help, but that's all right. don't worry. i will get it done. importantly we are all going to have open arms, and we are going to invite everyone from all political persuasions to join our movement to help us achieve our goal for this country. great schools, safe
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neighborhoods, a driving economy and a government that answers only to the people, our people. we are going to have to dig deep, and i know you and i and all of the people working with us are up to the task. there are a lot of people working for us. every single day, you will be the agents of change. change for our country. but good change, great change. americans must ignore the pessimism and embrace the optimism that has always been the central ingredient of the american character. we are the nation that won two world wars, that dug out the panama canal, that put a man on the moon and satellites all over
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space. somewhere along the way, we started thinking small. i am asking you to dream big again, bold and daring things for your country will happen once again. i am asking you tol join me in this next chapter of this unbelievable and unprecedented movement as we work toward prosperity at home, peace abroad, a new frontier in science technology and space. i am asking you -- is that right? yeah. i am asking you. i love this. he's a believer. you are a believer, right? she's a believer. i'm asking you to believe in america once again. we have many challenges. this is truly an exciting time to be alive. there's been no time like it.
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the script is not yet written. we do not know what the next page will read. but i'll tell you. it's going to be a great page. for f the first time in a long time, what we do know is that the pages will be authored by each one of you. each one of you. >> coming up, more of the special edition of "hannity" right after this quick break.
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