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iowa. i really want to win iowa." donald trump stumps in iowa today. how often he'll be here in the coming weeks...and which candidate got an endorsement from a former hopeful this morning. the news at noon starts now. news at noon front door open good afternoon. thank you for joining us. i'm megan reuther. hot off the debate stage, the republican presidential frontrunner is back in the metro. donald trump hyped up a crowded room at living history farms this morning. with the february 1st caucus only a little more than two weeks away, the business mogul says he will be in the state more than ever. people say oh, just say you want to do well in iowa. that way so when you come third or fourth . no i said i want to win in iowa. we have a great relationship with the evangelicals with everybody. and
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it. to me it's going to be really fun. i'm going to be here a lot. i'm going to be here so much in the next two weeks you're going to be sick of me. you're going to say oh i can't stand him. i don't want to see him anymore. trump is treating people in urbandale to a free movie while he's in town. he rented "carmike cobblestone 9 theater" on 86th street to show "13 hours: the secret soldiers of benghazi" tonight at 6. the movie depicts the terrorist raid on the u-s diplomatic compound. south carolina senator and former g-o-p presidential candidate lindsey graham announced who has his vote for president. "i have concluded without any hesitation without any doubt that jeb bush is ready on day one to be a commander in chief worthy of the sacrifices of the one percent who have been fighting this war. last night, he said, "i will have their
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graham dropped his bid for the presidency back in december after failing to gain traction in the race, but vowed to lend his campaigning efforts to another candidate. during this morning's joint news conference in south carolina, jeb bush thanked graham for his endorsement and praised him on his foreign policy experience. jeb bush took the backseat to the war of words between his fellow rivals, donald trump and ted cruz last night. peter alexander has the highlights from the first republican debate of the new year. the clash in carolina. trump: so you should go out, get a declaratory judgment, let the courts decide-- 21:31:40 because now he's doing a little bit better! it's true! dominated by a pair of bitter exchanges between donald trump and ted cruz. one over canada, the other about
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first on cruz's eligibility to be president: cruz: my friend donald said he'd had his lawyers look at this from every which way. and there was no issue there, there was nothing to this birther issue. now since september the constitution hasn't changed. but the poll numbers have. and, trump with a powerful defense of what cruz criticized as his "new york values." cruz: not a lot of conservatives come out of manhattan. i'm just sayin'. trump: "when the world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully, more humanely than new york. cruz also fended off questions about the new york times' reporting that he failed to properly disclose a loan from goldman sachs in 2012. cruz: "if that's the best the new york times got has, they got to go back to
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collided over immigration. rubio: you used to support legalizing people who are here illegally, now you say you are against it. cruz: i appreciate you dumping you oppo research folder on the debate stage. rubio: no, it was your record. cruz: but i will say at least half the things marco said are false, they're flat out false. rubio and chris christie butted heads -- both men trying to consolidate establishment support. christie: that's the reason you already had your chance marco. you blew it.here, in south carolina, trump embraced the state's governor nikki haley who this week urged gop voters not to be tempted by the angriest voices. trump: i'm very angry because our country is run horribly and i will gladly accept the mantle of anger. but, once again, the night's biggest targets: barack obama and the democrats trying to succeed him. christie: on tuesday night, i watched storytime with barack obama, and it sounded like everything is going well, you know. bush: if she's elected she might
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courthouse. kasich: if bernie sanders is the democratic nominee, we're going to win every state. with just two-and-a-half weeks till iowa, the trailing candidates... desperate to be heard. carson: i'm very happy to get a question this early on. i was going to ask you to wake me up when the time came . and you won't have to travel far to catch the last debate. it's taking place here in des moines on january 28th at the iowa events center. the democrats take their turn this sunday... martin o'malley... bernie sanders... and hillary clinton face off in their first debate of the year it will be hosted by lester holt... right here on nbc. it's time now to get a first look at the forecast... let's head down to at the science center.
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family and friends of a murdered woman are calling for justice their loved one today... 68-year old shirley carter was
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home last june. police have yet to make any arrests. but carter's husband has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against his son saying he pulled the trigger. the division of criminal investigation has not commented on that claim. a justice for shirley rally will take place outside the marion county courthouse later this afternoon at 3. on monday the nation will celebrate the life of martin luther king junior. "i have a dream today." since schools will have the day off on monday for the holiday, students from samuleson elementary spent this morning remembering the famous civil rights activist. the entire school walked in silence around the hallways. they then stopped to join hands while they listened to king's "i have a dream speech." teachers say the exercise teaches students how king's movement still impacts lives today.
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our student population. we have students from very different countries. and as they assimilate into our culture we're teaching them about our history. and just about how we treat people today and treating each other in school." after listening to his speech, students finished the demonstration by singing the song, "we shall overcome"...made famous during the civil rights movement. m-l-k day is celebrated every third monday of january. the first winner of wednesday night's record powerball jackpot has stepped into the spotlight. meet the robinsons... who announced they're the winners even before officially claiming their prize. mark barger has their story. the question of who won the record setting one and half billion dollar powerball jackpot may be partially answered. with winning tickets sold in california, florida and tennessee, one couple has come forward, saying they have one of them ----
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in munford, tennessee. nats "it's not going very far." john and lisa robinson, who haven't lottery officials, decided to go on television first. "so i checked them four times and said i'll believe it when the news comes on in the morning and they say hey there's a winner been in munford." so what's it like to be carrying a ticket around worth 533 million dollars? "now i'll be nervous because everybody knows." laughs "lost your anonymity." the next stop for the robinson's: turning in their ticket to lottery officials to make it official.
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while no one from iowa matched all the numbers in wednesday's record powerball... one onawa man came awfully close. 47:58-48:06 the car was just too small to hold in.. happiest couple in the world 23-year old bryon stewart says he found out he had just become a millionaire while sitting in his car wednesday. he bought his ticket at a casey's in onawa... and matched everything but the powerball. with his double play, the ticket earned him 2 million dollars. he says he'll use the money to pay off some loans.. and upgrade to a new home. central iowans will have another place to plan shopping trips soon. once the ground thaws, crews will start work on a highly anticipated outlet mall in altoona... the new shopping center will feature 75 stores in an open air layout. it'll be located just south of bass pro shops along interstate 80.
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still ahead on your news at noon.. they say music is the best kind of medicine... meet the young woman using famous song lyrics to inspire others. plus how it's catching on one window at a time. but first...we already know how harmful the west nile virus can be to infants...but now, mosquitos in one region are carrying a virus that is threatening the unborn...what you need to know about the zika virus, next. the centers for disease control could issue a travel warning
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urging pregnant women not to travel to certain areas of the caribbean, central and south america. in those regions, the zee-kha virus -- which is transmitted by mosquitos -- is blamed for thousands of birth defects. as nbc's tom costello reports, there's concern it could spread to the united states. in northern brazil, a mother's worst nightmare: babies born with microcephaly ... abnormally small heads and brain damage that often leads to death.researchers believe mosquitos are spreading the zika virus. ....infecting pregnant mothers who then pass it on to babies in the womb. while the symptoms in adults are usually short-lived and nothing more than a rash, fever and joint brazilian babies have been born with microcephaly in just the past year! tropical disease specialists say
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"the gulf coast of the united states is an extremely vulnerable area because they have both species of mosquitos that could transmit these herbal viruses including zika." zika originated in africa and moved quickly through asia, the caribbean, south and central america. health experts have been cautioning anyone traveling to the regions mosquitos. now, the cdc is preparing a travel warning .... advising woman of child- to avoid those areas. "what we will likely see more of is people who travel to the region, get infected and come back home to the united states." at least one woman in texas is thought to have already returned with the virus. in new jersey, ashley d'amato staller is pregnant with her fourth child and just called off a planned vacation to puerto rico. "the severity to the baby, if i was infected, could be very high. and when it's your baby, you just don't take a chance." meanwhile, as brazil prepares
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bringing heartbreak and fear. tom costello, nbc news, washington. with no vaccine currently available, researchers say mosquitos could soon carry the virus into florida, and beyond.
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adele is used to healing broken hearts. but in this next story, she's helping a young woman's fight with cystic fibrosis. how a neighborhood is saying hello from
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announcer: 3 republican governors. but which governor won national praise for tough leadership handling nine hurricanes? which governor made his state number one in job creation? which governor led the fight to stop obamacare expansion in his state? and which governor laid out a tough plan to destroy isis months before the paris attacks? jeb bush. right to rise usa is responsible
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people say music is the best therapy. and this young woman from ohio knows this first hand. vicki robinson is used to fighting to stay alive every day. but now she's giving new life to the neighborhood outside her window. dawn kendrick shares her story. 27 year old vicki robinson... diagnosed with cystic fibrosis when she was 8. "i live a life in and out of the hospital" clogged up restricted lungs.. breathing through another day makes it a good day.. on a lung and liver transplant list for a year now.. "i just live as i go, i can't give up." while she wasn't
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this up... one of those days she was just trying to stay alive... "hello from the other siiiiide" adele lyrics... that prompted katie and binh from case western reserve biology department across the street... to shout the next verse... silently from their little window on the world.. "and we see a bunch of faces waving back at us so that really made our day" today.. they met that face... face to face... "it's so nice to meet you finally!" more started popping up all up and down adelbert street.. "look right over there" "and you can see to tell you i'm sorry." "i love it" "we sing it all the time here.. ingrained in our brains we sneak up on each other like.. hello!!... it's like our floor saying" "hello.. "now they go way back... back to that hospital window... where an amazingly resilient young lady waiting on lungs and a liver... found
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"it's like a big hug." teases are done! there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. surf, stream, download, and play on multiple devices at once, with centurylink internet. get up to 40 megs for $20 a month for 1 year when bundled with qualifying home phone plan.
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winning ticket we met the unofficial winners of part of the record jackpot this morning. why they made the big announcement on the today show before claiming their prize. and what it's like carrying around such a valuable piece of paper. "we're winning every poll, and
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iowa. i really want to win iowa." donald trump stumps in iowa today. how often he'll be here in the coming weeks...and which candidate got an endorsement from a former hopeful this morning. good afternoon. thank you for joining us. i'm megan reuther. hot off the debate stage, the republican presidential frontrunner is back in the metro. donald trump hyped up a crowded room at living history farms this morning. with the february 1st caucus weeks away, the business mogul says he will be in the state more than ever. people say oh, just say you want to do well in iowa. that way so when you come third or fourth . no i said i want to win in iowa. we have a great relationship with the evangelicals with everybody. and
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it. to me it's going to be really fun. i'm going to be here a lot. i'm going to be here so much in the next two weeks you're going to be sick of me. you're going to say oh i can't stand him. i don't want to see him anymore. trump is treating people in urbandale to a free movie while he's in town. he rented "carmike cobblestone show "13 hours: the secret soldiers of benghazi" tonight at 6. the movie depicts the terrorist compound. south carolina senator and former g-o-p presidential candidate lindsey graham announced who has his vote for president. "i have concluded without any hesitation without any doubt that jeb bush is ready on day one to be a commander in chief worthy of the sacrifices of the one percent who have been fighting this war. last night, he said, "i will have their
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graham dropped his bid for the presidency back in december after failing to gain traction in the race, but vowed to lend his campaigning efforts to another candidate. during this morning's joint news conference in south carolina, jeb bush thanked graham for his endorsement and praised him on his foreign policy experience. jeb bush took the backseat to the war of words between his fellow rivals, donald trump and ted cruz last night. peter alexander has the highlights from the new year. you should go out, get a declaratory judgment, let the courts decide-- 21:31:40 because now he's doing a little bit better! it's true! dominated by a pair of bitter exchanges between donald trump and ted cruz. one over canada, the other about new york. first on cruz's eligibility to be president: cruz: my friend donald said he'd
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which way. and there was no issue there, there was nothing to this birther issue. now since september the constitution hasn't changed. but the poll numbers have. and, trump with a powerful defense of what cruz criticized as his "new york values." cruz: not a lot of conservatives come out of manhattan. i'm just sayin'. trump: "when the world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully, more humanely than new york. cruz also fended off questions about the new york times' reporting that he failed to properly disclose a loan from goldman sachs in 2012. cruz: "if that's the best the new york times got has, they got to go back to
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immigration. rubio: you used to support legalizing people who are here illegally, now you say you are against it. cruz: i appreciate you dumping you oppo research folder on the debate stage. rubio: no, it was your record. cruz: but i will say at least half the things marco said are false, they're flat out false. rubio and chris christie butted heads -- both men trying to consolidate establishment support. christie: that's the reason you already had your chance marco. you blew it.here, in south carolina, trump embraced the state's governor nikki haley who this week urged gop voters not to be tempted by the angriest voices. trump: i'm very angry because our country is run horribly and i will gladly accept the mantle of anger. but, once again, the night's biggest targets: barack obama and the democrats trying to succeed him. christie: on tuesday night, i watched storytime with barack obama, and it
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be going between the white house and courthouse. kasich: if bernie sanders is the democratic nominee, we're going to win every state. with just two-and-a-half weeks till iowa, the trailing candidates... desperate to be heard. carson: i'm very happy to get a question this early on. i was going to ask you to wake me up when the time came . and you won't have to travel far to catch the last debate. it's taking place here in des iowa events center. it's time now to get a first look at the forecast... let's head down to at the science center.
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ad lib wx quick the first winner of wednesday night's record powerball jackpot has stepped into the spotlight. meet the robinsons... who announced they're the winners even before officially claiming their prize. mark barger has their story. the question of who won the record setting one and half billion dollar powerball jackpot may be partially answered. with winning tickets sold in california, florida and tennessee, one couple has come forward, saying
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in munford, tennessee. nats "it's not going very far." appearing on the today show, john and lisa robinson, who haven't yet turned the ticket into lottery officials, decided to go on television first. "so i checked them four times and said i'll believe it when the news comes on in the morning and they say hey there's a winner been in munford." so what's it like to be carrying a ticket around worth 533 million dollars? "now i'll be nervous because everybody knows." laughs "lost your anonymity." the next stop for the
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officials to make it official. mark barger, nbc news. while no one from iowa matched all the numbers in wednesday's record powerball... one onawa man came awfully close. 47:58-48:06 the car was just too small to hold in.. happiest couple in the world 23-year old bryon stewart says he found out he had just become a millionaire while sitting in his car wednesday. he bought his ticket at a casey's in onawa... and matched everything but the powerball. with his double play, the ticket earned him 2 million dollars. he says he'll use the money to pay off some loans.. and upgrade to a new home. and still ahead on your news at noon... star wars has spent four weekends at number one... the newest box office contender in town that could top the charts this holiday weekend. bridgett harvey will be doing the interview this friday,
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she's always stood strong... ...to get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world.
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there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do.
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close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it.
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day, planetarium reopening and star wars! also, next week: we
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ice cube made a name for himself by rebelling against police brutality as a member of the rap group "n-w-a." now, he's reprising his role as a tough "ride along 2." here's raphael seth with this weekend's box office preview. nat kevin hart takes his talents to south beach in "ride along 2." he re-teams with ice cube in this cop caper. the comedian is still trying to earn the respect of his brother-in-law, so he volunteers to go undercover in miami to take down a drug supplier. "ride along 2" is rated pg-13. nat heroes come out of the shadows in "13 hours: the secret soldiers of benghazi." this film is based on the 20-12 attack at an american compound in libya. six soldiers stationed nearby volunteered to aid consulate workers under fire...in a battle against
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comes for free in "the benefactor." richard gere is a family friend trying to help dakota fanning after her parents are killed. but his money comes with strings attached..and fanning and her baby-daddy are tired of being puppets. "the benefactor" is in theaters and on- demand. nat a polar bear heads south for the winter in "norm of the north." shiploads of people are moving to the arctic, disrupting the environment. so the misfit bear heads to the big city to convince humans to stay where they are. "norm of the north" is rated pg. that's the box office preview, raphael seth, nbc news. the u-s-d-a announced a new case of bird flu... but it's not in iowa.. david geiger has more on that coming up next on the
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she's always stood strong... ...to get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world.
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good afternoon.. this is the agribusiness report.. i'm david geiger. bird flu is back in the midwest... today the u-s-d-a's animal and plant health inspection service or aphis confirmed the presence of highly pathogenic h-7-n-8 avian influenza in a commercial turkey flock in dubois county, indiana. this is a different strain than the devastating outbreak last spring.. which wiped out 31 million birds in iowa.. aphis is working with the indiana state board of animal health on a joint incident response.. and the site has been quarantined with
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started. birds from this flock will not enter the food system. the outbreak location is just under 400 miles from an iowa border. there are no known cases of h- 7-n-8 infections in humans.. but as a precaution.. the u-s-d-a recommends cooking poultry and eggs to an internal temperature of a hundred 65 degrees fahrenheit.. that kills viruses and bacteria.. the u-s-d-a was out brokering talks on g-m-o labeling this week.. secretary tom vilsack says they have planned a meeting with both sides of the g-m-o debate to try and find common ground.. they will look for find consensus to recommend action to congress.. but bringing two sides of the debate together is only the first step in a national labeling law.. and while working toward that goal vilsack points out genetic modification has been proven safe. and he cautions the harm a patchwork of state labeling laws would create. "every company, theoretically, every state and jurisdiction theoretically, has the capacity, the ability and the right to decide for themselves what they're going to
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company in one community. but the reality is these are major companies doing business in every community." cattle have a big setback today hogs are following suit. over in the grains.. the markets have just drifted sideways moving more with the global stock numbers. "the post-report day on tuesday was really the only big volatility day that we've had in the grains post-report. since then we've been pretty choppy. corn looks like it's trying to form a bottom." "so, decent export number yesterday and getting a little bit follow through today again today with the lower dollar as well. beans still a little sluggish with the energy market very, very weak. we broke 30 dollars in crude again this morning. stocks are down hard today again. china's down. kind of all that weighing back on the energy complex back in the soy here at times so far this morning." "just a lot of bearish inputs. the outside markets overhanging the cattle, there's talk too of
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very bearish. also too, the packers are bought out for a couple weeks right now. so just nervousness that the demand continues to weaken off. we're a little bit bearish here short term. kind of coming into the north part of february. then look for a turnaround coming back into spring. but here short term we think we can head on lower yet." "the hogs are spilling over with the cattle. i think they're trying to form a bottom a little bit better, a little bit faster right now. cash is still going to be the key in here right now. see what this cold weather does here this next week. see if the weights drop off again or not. i actually like buying breaks in the hogs right now. and if we can separate from the beef sector, i think the hogs are okay." and that's all the time i have for the show this week.. i'll see you on monday.. have a good weekend everybody. we put stories up every day.. check out who-tv dot com..
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marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa
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and before we go... professional athletes know one bad play can taint an entire season... but some elementary school students in minneapolis wanted to let the vikings kicker know he's still a winner in their eyes. dear blair, i feel bad for you. you are so good at football. keep on trying, we love you so much. these first graders sent cards of encouragement to blair walsh this week. walsh missed a 27 yard, game winning field goal ... bringing the season to a devastating end. the kids wrote the letters to learn about empathy. walsh followed up with a visit,
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there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks
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my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it.
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