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See or download fact checks of Trump's statements by FactCheck.org , PolitiFact , and The Washington Post’s Fact Checker . The Trump Archive collects TV news shows containing debates, speeches, rallies, and other broadcasts related to President-elect Donald Trump. The Trump Archive launched in January 2017 . Since then, the TV News Archive has added archives for congressional leadership and top Trump administration staff. While largely curated by hand, the collections demonstrate how...
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Fact Checked
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A collection of TV news clips that have been fact checked by FactCheck.org, PolitiFact, The Washington Post's Fact Checker, or other fact checking organizations.  Downloadable table with fact checks organized by topic, date, and fact check sources   here . p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica; color: #454545}  
US Congress Archive
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See or download fact-checks by FactCheck.org , PolitiFact , and The Washington Post's Fact Checker . The U.S. Congress Archive is one of several collections of TV news clips featuring public officials, with related fact-checks. The Trump Archive , launched in January 2017, was the first such collection. While largely curated by hand, these collections demonstrate how Artificial Intelligence algorithms could be used to create such resources, for example with voice and/or facial recognition....
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See or download fact-checks by FactCheck.org , PolitiFact , and The Washington Post's Fact Checker . The Executive Branch Archive is one of several collections of TV news clips featuring public officials, with related fact-checks. The Trump Archive , launched in January 2017, was the first such collection. While largely curated by hand, these collections demonstrate how Artificial Intelligence algorithms could be used to create such resources, for example with voice and/or facial recognition....
Understanding 9/11: A Television News Archive
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The 9/11 Television News Archive is a library of news coverage of the events of 9/11/2001 and their aftermath as presented by U.S. and international broadcasters. A resource for scholars, journalists, and the public, it presents one week of news broadcasts for study, research and analysis. Television is our pre-eminent medium of information, entertainment and persuasion, but until now it has not been a medium of record. This Archive attempts to address this gap by making TV news coverage of...
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Collection of political ads.  Visualization of 2016 election ads in select US television markets: /details/tv?markets Also viewable through PoliticalAdArchive.org .
TV NSA Clip Library
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Experimental library of TV news clips pertaining to recent revelations about the NSA and its oversight
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Philly Political Media Watch Project
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This is part of the larger TV News Archive . The project explored the public interest values of a digital library of 2014 political TV advertising, centered in the Philadelphia metro region. Media & Money The Internet Archive is presenting searchable online libraries of the Philadelphia-region’s political advertising, television news, and a wide range of related web and social media content leading up to the 2014 election. We partnered with the Sunlight Foundation , Philadelphia’s...
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An exhibit of news broadcasts from around January 1st, 2012 from more than 60 stations in 30 countries. We hope the Happy News Year exhibit will highlight the amazing breadth of culture and opinion available through daily television news.
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TV from Around the World
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A slice of TV recordings from Around the World
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President Trump held a rally in Pensacola, Florida, where he talked about the upcoming Alabama Senate Race, the GOP Tax Reform Bill, jobs and the economy. Sponsor: White House Travel | Domestic Trip
President Trump held a rally in Pensacola, Florida, where he talked about the upcoming Alabama Senate Race, the GOP Tax Reform Bill, jobs and the economy. Sponsor: White House Travel | Domestic Trip
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Topics: Foreign Policy, Israel
President Trump signed an executive order officially recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. In doing so, he is the first president to not issue a waiver to a 1995 law requiring a move of the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and to recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital. President Trump said he was directing the State Department to immediately begin planning the embassy's move, and that his decision did not diminish his administration's desire to forge a peace agreement between Israel and Palestine in a "two-state solution." Sponsor: White House
Topics: Foreign Policy, IsraelPresident Trump signed an executive order officially recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. In doing so, he is the first president to not issue a waiver to a 1995 law requiring a move of the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and to recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital. President Trump said he was directing the State Department to immediately begin planning the embassy's move, and that his decision did not diminish his...
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Analysis of the day's market activity, and trading tips and investment strategies from Wall Street experts.
Topics: Economy, JobsAnalysis of the day's market activity, and trading tips and investment strategies from Wall Street experts.
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Topics: Crime, Criminal Justice, Legal Issues
President Trump spoke briefly to reporters at the White House before his departure on the stock market, tax reform and Gen. Michael Flynn. Sponsor: White House
Topics: Crime, Criminal Justice, Legal IssuesPresident Trump spoke briefly to reporters at the White House before his departure on the stock market, tax reform and Gen. Michael Flynn. Sponsor: White House
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A morning show that highlights the latest headlines in news, weather, sports and entertainment, and is known for the cohosts' casual and spontaneous discussions.
A morning show that highlights the latest headlines in news, weather, sports and entertainment, and is known for the cohosts' casual and spontaneous discussions.
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Topics: Candidate Biography, Fake News, Women, Crime
James Franco; Octavia Spencer; Brooklynn Prince. Also: BTS perform.
Topics: Candidate Biography, Fake News, Women, CrimeJames Franco; Octavia Spencer; Brooklynn Prince. Also: BTS perform.
Topic: Candidate Biography, Fake News, Women, Crime
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Topic: Taxes
President Trump spoke to supporters in Saint Charles, Missouri about tax reform. He said if Congress sent a tax reform bill to his desk, he would sign it enthusiastically, and that the tax cuts contained in the legislation would help middle class families and businesses as part of an overall effort to strengthen the U.S. economy and create jobs. Sponsor: White House Travel | Domestic Trip
Topic: TaxesPresident Trump spoke to supporters in Saint Charles, Missouri about tax reform. He said if Congress sent a tax reform bill to his desk, he would sign it enthusiastically, and that the tax cuts contained in the legislation would help middle class families and businesses as part of an overall effort to strengthen the U.S. economy and create jobs. Sponsor: White House Travel | Domestic Trip
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Topics: Civil Rights, Immigration
The day's top stories from around the world, from politics and money, to sports and pop culture.
Topics: Civil Rights, ImmigrationThe day's top stories from around the world, from politics and money, to sports and pop culture.
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Topics: Elections, Crime, Immigration, Military, Veterans, Guns, Taxes
The latest news and information from around the world with host Ana Cabrera.
Topics: Elections, Crime, Immigration, Military, Veterans, Guns, TaxesThe latest news and information from around the world with host Ana Cabrera.
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This Sunday-morning public-affairs institution is network TV's oldest program, but it's certainly no dinosaur as it continues to be a prime forum for newsmakers (domestic and foreign) wanting to make announcements or test political waters. The series, in which guests are questioned by the moderator and a panel of journalists, began its life in prime time in November 1947.
Topics: Jobs, TaxesThis Sunday-morning public-affairs institution is network TV's oldest program, but it's certainly no dinosaur as it continues to be a prime forum for newsmakers (domestic and foreign) wanting to make announcements or test political waters. The series, in which guests are questioned by the moderator and a panel of journalists, began its life in prime time in November 1947.
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Local news, sports and weather.
Topic: TradeLocal news, sports and weather.
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Topics: Military, Federal Budget
A look at the day's news and headlines.
Topics: Military, Federal BudgetA look at the day's news and headlines.
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At an annual White House event, President Trump pardoned the 2017 national Thanksgiving turkey. The White House posted a Twitter poll to select which of the two turkeys, Wishbone and Drumstick, would be pardoned and which would be the alternate. Drumstick was the winning turkey. The turkeys were raised on a farm in Minnesota, and following the pardoning both joined the 2016 turkeys at Virginia Tech's "Gobbler's Rest" to be taken care of by veterinarians and students. The president was joined by the first lady and their son, Barron. Sponsor: White House
At an annual White House event, President Trump pardoned the 2017 national Thanksgiving turkey. The White House posted a Twitter poll to select which of the two turkeys, Wishbone and Drumstick, would be pardoned and which would be the alternate. Drumstick was the winning turkey. The turkeys were raised on a farm in Minnesota, and following the pardoning both joined the 2016 turkeys at Virginia Tech's "Gobbler's Rest" to be taken care of by veterinarians and students. The president was...
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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. Panelists include former representative Jason Chaffetz, Jessica Tarlov (Bustle), Jason Riley (Wall Street Journal) and political analyst Juan Williams.
Topic: TaxesTreasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. Panelists include former representative Jason Chaffetz, Jessica Tarlov (Bustle), Jason Riley (Wall Street Journal) and political analyst Juan Williams.
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Senate meets to work on several nominations including David Zatezalo to be Asst. Labor Secretary for Mine Safety & Health
Topics: Taxes, Health CareSenate meets to work on several nominations including David Zatezalo to be Asst. Labor Secretary for Mine Safety & Health
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified before the House Judiciary Committee on Justice Department oversight issues and Russia's role in the 2016 election. Attorney General Sessions told the committee he stands by his previous testimony that he never lied about his contacts with Russia saying "I have always told the truth." He added that he had no recollection of a campaign meeting with George Papadopoulos and Carter Page involving Russia until he saw news reports. In addition, Attorney General Sessions said he has "no reason to doubt the young women" who have accused Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct. Sponsor: House Judiciary Committee
Topic: CrimeAttorney General Jeff Sessions testified before the House Judiciary Committee on Justice Department oversight issues and Russia's role in the 2016 election. Attorney General Sessions told the committee he stands by his previous testimony that he never lied about his contacts with Russia saying "I have always told the truth." He added that he had no recollection of a campaign meeting with George Papadopoulos and Carter Page involving Russia until he saw news reports. In...
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[LIVE] Senate meets at 10am to continue work on nomination of Steven Bradbury to be Transportation Dept. General Counsel. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: Health Care, Taxes[LIVE] Senate meets at 10am to continue work on nomination of Steven Bradbury to be Transportation Dept. General Counsel. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
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The most interesting news stories of the day with anchor Kate Bolduan.
Topics: Taxes, Health CareThe most interesting news stories of the day with anchor Kate Bolduan.
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President Trump held a joint news conference with the South Korean president in Seoul where he answered questions on North Korea and gun control policy in the wake of the mass shooting in Texas. President Trump urged North Korea to "come to the table and make a deal." Later, when asked about gun control policy, the president suggested that tougher vetting would not have stopped the gunman who killed 26 people inside a Texas church and that because of the actions of a "brave person" who had a gun to fight back, "hundreds more" would have died. Sponsor: White House Travel | Foreign Trip
Topic: GunsPresident Trump held a joint news conference with the South Korean president in Seoul where he answered questions on North Korea and gun control policy in the wake of the mass shooting in Texas. President Trump urged North Korea to "come to the table and make a deal." Later, when asked about gun control policy, the president suggested that tougher vetting would not have stopped the gunman who killed 26 people inside a Texas church and that because of the actions of a...
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Laura Ingraham shines a spotlight on everyday Americans and examines how their lives are affected by politics at the federal, state and local level.
Topic: TaxesLaura Ingraham shines a spotlight on everyday Americans and examines how their lives are affected by politics at the federal, state and local level.
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Topics: Taxes, Children
A look at the latest news and headlines of the day.
Topics: Taxes, ChildrenA look at the latest news and headlines of the day.
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Topics: Elections, Crime
Saturday-Sunday version of ABC's morning news-and-lifestyle program.
Topics: Elections, CrimeSaturday-Sunday version of ABC's morning news-and-lifestyle program.
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President Trump spoke to the press in the Cabinet Room of the White House about the House Republican tax reform proposal while meeting with the GOP leaders responsible for the bill. He said there was nothing more important to the economy than tax reform, and that the bill contained the biggest tax cut in U.S. history. He urged Congress to act quickly on the bill, and requested it be on his desk to sign by Thanksgiving, three weeks from the date of this statement. Sponsor: White House
Topic: TaxesPresident Trump spoke to the press in the Cabinet Room of the White House about the House Republican tax reform proposal while meeting with the GOP leaders responsible for the bill. He said there was nothing more important to the economy than tax reform, and that the bill contained the biggest tax cut in U.S. history. He urged Congress to act quickly on the bill, and requested it be on his desk to sign by Thanksgiving, three weeks from the date of this statement. Sponsor: White House
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House and Senate Democratic leaders held a news conference to discuss the House GOP's tax reform proposal. They said the proposal offered too many tax breaks to corporations and rich individuals at the expense of low- and middle-income taxpayers, and predicted the legislation wouldn't pass through the House and Senate by regular order. Sponsor: U.S. Capitol | House Radio and Television Gallery
Topics: Taxes, FamiliesHouse and Senate Democratic leaders held a news conference to discuss the House GOP's tax reform proposal. They said the proposal offered too many tax breaks to corporations and rich individuals at the expense of low- and middle-income taxpayers, and predicted the legislation wouldn't pass through the House and Senate by regular order. Sponsor: U.S. Capitol | House Radio and Television Gallery
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House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) and other Republican leaders unveiled a tax reform plan they're hoping to pass by Thanksgiving. House Ways and Means Committee Chair Kevin Brady (R-TX) said it's a bill the president fully supports. Other Republicans also spoke about the need to get this bill signed into law. Sponsor: U.S. Capitol,House Republican Conference
Topics: Families, TaxesHouse Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) and other Republican leaders unveiled a tax reform plan they're hoping to pass by Thanksgiving. House Ways and Means Committee Chair Kevin Brady (R-TX) said it's a bill the president fully supports. Other Republicans also spoke about the need to get this bill signed into law. Sponsor: U.S. Capitol,House Republican Conference
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At the White House, President Trump announced that the semiconductor manufacturer called Broadcom Limited would relocate its headquarters from Singapore to the United States - a move he said would bring $20 billion in revenue to the country. He was joined by the company's CEO for the announcement in the Oval Office. Sponsor: White House
Topics: Taxes, HistoryAt the White House, President Trump announced that the semiconductor manufacturer called Broadcom Limited would relocate its headquarters from Singapore to the United States - a move he said would bring $20 billion in revenue to the country. He was joined by the company's CEO for the announcement in the Oval Office. Sponsor: White House
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Topics: Legal Issues, Terrorism
President Trump gave remarks on a range of issues during a Cabinet meeting at the Whtie House. He began his comments talking about the October 2017 New York City terror attack that killed 8 people and injured several others. He announced that he wants to terminate the Diversity Visa Lottery program, which he blamed for allowing the New York City terror suspect to enter the U.S. The president also also talked about his upcoming trip to Asia, tax reform policy and his announcement the next day of a new Federal Reserve chair. Sponsor: White House
Topics: Legal Issues, TerrorismPresident Trump gave remarks on a range of issues during a Cabinet meeting at the Whtie House. He began his comments talking about the October 2017 New York City terror attack that killed 8 people and injured several others. He announced that he wants to terminate the Diversity Visa Lottery program, which he blamed for allowing the New York City terror suspect to enter the U.S. The president also also talked about his upcoming trip to Asia, tax reform policy and...
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Topics: Homeland Security, Immigration
The latest news from around the world with host Brooke Baldwin.
Topics: Homeland Security, ImmigrationThe latest news from around the world with host Brooke Baldwin.
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Topics: Terrorism, Immigration, Congress
News, analysis and interviews with politicians and observers.
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Topics: Crime, Elections, Legal Issues, Russia
Brian Williams examines the day's top political stories and current political-campaign news.
Topics: Crime, Elections, Legal Issues, RussiaBrian Williams examines the day's top political stories and current political-campaign news.
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[ laughter and applause ] well, it's the end of another crazy week. and since there's too much to talk about, instead of giving you a full week in review, we decided to put together a a little montage that just focuses on the keywords used this week. it's something we call "this week in words." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> tweet. >> tweet. >> tweet, tweet. >> the mueller investigation. >> trump. >> feeling the heat. >> a little complication. >> after a weekend tweet. >> the president still. >> has yet. >> to figure out. >> when there's. >> something to hide. >> don't tweet the stuff out. >> trump just confessed to obstruction of justice. >> clearly he. >> is not to be trusted. >> then he. >> proclaimed. >> his lawyer's to blame. >> be careful. >> mr. president, you're going to get. >> busted. >> every day's a circus. >> what's the world coming to? >> ryan reynolds. >> will play pikachu. >> olympics. >> russia can not participate. >> and god bless the united shtatesh. >> approval ratings. >> has a ways to go. >> it's a 35%. >> that's his all-time low. >> you need to stop. >> you want to keep your job? >> and don't tweet. >> tweet. >> tweet, tweet. >> jimmy: there you go. we have a great show tonight.
[ laughter and applause ] well, it's the end of another crazy week. and since there's too much to talk about, instead of giving you a full week in review, we decided to put together a a little montage that just focuses on the keywords used this week. it's something we call "this week in words." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> tweet. >> tweet. >> tweet, tweet. >> the mueller investigation. >> trump....
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peak. >> i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks. sorry, sir. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from colorado, mr. tipton, and the gentlewoman from california, mrs. torres, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from colorado. ms. tipton: i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous materials on the bill under consideration. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. i yield myself such time as i may consume. mr. speaker -- the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. tipton: this bill would designate two unnamed peaks in colorado as fowler peak and boskoff peak. charlie fowler and his partner, christine boskoff were longtime residents of colorado. charlie fowler was one of north america's most experienced mountain climbers and was also an author, guide, filmmaker, photographer and advocate for the outdoors. beginning in the mid 1980's, charlie worked full time as a mountain guide. leading mountaineering expeditions in the united states and abroad. his photographs and articles were published in a variety of books and magazines and he was the author of many mountaineering guide books. he was awarded an award by the american alpine society. an honor given annually to an individual who has demonstrated the highest skill in the mountaineering arts and who throughout application of this skill, courage and perseverance has achieved outstanding success in the various fields. christine boskoff began her career in 1993. quickly rose in the sport of mountaineers. she went up mount everest. one of the world's leading alpinist, a guide an adventure traveling sbreer, christine participated in numerous exhibitions in the united states and on five continents. they were also known for their fill an tropic work. charlie promoted his sport by installing climbing walls in schools across southwest colorado. christine was active in nonprofits organizations and supported the rights of porters, women's education and global literacy and gender equality. sadly, charlie and christine were killed in an avalanche in november of 2006 while exploring a searies of summits in china. the naming of these peaks is a fitting tribute to charlie and christine, outstanding mountaineers and advocates for our nation's treasured open spaces. i urge adoption of this measure and reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves. the gentlelady from california is recognized. mrs. torres: mr. speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is recognized. mrs. torres: h.r. 2768 names colorado after charlie fowler and christine boskoff. fowler and boskoff were world had been class rock climbers whose accomplishments left an enduring legacy on the sport. sadly in 2016, the two set out to climb a mountain in a remote part of china near the tibetan border and never returned. this bill and the remaining of the peaks is a fitting tribute and i support its adoption. and with that i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the lady yields back. the gentleman from colorado is recognized. mr. tipton: mr. speaker, i yield back my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the question is will the house suspend the rules and pass the bill h.r. 2768. those in favor say aye. those opposed, no. in the opinion of the chair, 2/3 having responded in the affirmative -- mr. tipton: mr. speaker, i request the yeas and nays. the speaker pro tempore: the yeas and nays are requested. all those in favor of taking this vote by the yeas and nays will rise and remain standing until counted. a sufficient number having arisen, the yeas and nays are ordered. pursuant to clause 8 of rule 20, further proceedings on this uestion will be postponed. for what purpose does the gentleman from colorado seek recognition? mr. tipton: mr. speaker, i move to suspend the rules and pass h.r. 2615. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: union calendar number 216. h.r. 2615, a bill to authorize the exchange of certain land located in gulf islands national seashore, jackson county, mississippi, between the national park service and the veterans of foreign wars, nd for other purposes. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from colorado, mr. tipton, and the gentlewoman from california, mrs. torres, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from colorado. mr. tipton: thank you, mr. speaker. i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous materials on the bill under consideration. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentleman. -- the gentleman is recognized. mr. tipton: h.r. 2615, introduced by mr. palazzo of national park ks service be given to the veterans of foreign awars in gulf islands national seashore in jackson county, mississippi. this bill benefits both the v.f.w. post and the park service. it provides the v.f.w. post with permanent access to their buildings via a long driveway currently owned by the park service while also adding land to the gulf islands national seashore. mr. speaker, i urge adoption of the measure and reserve the balance of my time.
peak. >> i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks. sorry, sir. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from colorado, mr. tipton, and the gentlewoman from california, mrs. torres, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from colorado. ms. tipton: i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and include...
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bro, you good? >> he immediately was heard saying the water is very cold! >> apparently he got caught in a rip tide. he threw out a towel, pulled him in. it was good they were all paying attention. you notice the rocks are pretty sharp. those who came out to help him put it on the line. you see eric shaking his phone because his iphone got wet. it's really not the place you want to have it. but he said it's fine. it still works >>> moving over to the uk, we've got this fella part of the national royal lifeboat institution. we see he rushes right into action. >> not only are they good and skilled, they look cool too. look at this guy's awesome hair. >> you're really going to like it now. the hair starts to blow in the wi. suddenly he rolls up on this woman. she was doing stand up paddle boarding.
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>> we have tapes. who's more of a baghdad dob, you or carville. >> she was completely lying about lincoln. >> about abraham lincoln 1993 nailed her with it. >> how did he nail her. >> explain. >> by saying beak not abraham lincoln. >> when she said public and private response to everything, he was saying that. >> she blamed on abraham lincoln. she said lincoln, i read the transcript. what she said was, i have to say to you the bankers stuff that you'd like to hear because i want your money. then i've got to say other stuff out there because bernie sanders is coming after me. you know what that's called? it's called lying. > thank you. rudolph giuliani, the former mayor of new york. back to you. >> thank you, chris. thank you, mr. mayor. hey, i bet james carville's got something to say. >> there he is.
>> we have tapes. who's more of a baghdad dob, you or carville. >> she was completely lying about lincoln. >> about abraham lincoln 1993 nailed her with it. >> how did he nail her. >> explain. >> by saying beak not abraham lincoln. >> when she said public and private response to everything, he was saying that. >> she blamed on abraham lincoln. she said lincoln, i read the transcript....
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the wales international will miss next year's six nations, after having knee surgery. warburton was already out of action after undergoing an operation on his neck. he says he made a decision with the welsh rugby union and his club side cardiff blues to take a proactive approach, so he's fully fit when he returns to action. it's expected to take him four to six months to recover. another player who's likely to miss the tournament is scotland prop wp nel. he's battling to get back into action after suffering a fractured arm during last month's international with samoa. nel is expected to miss 12 weeks, so could make the latter part of the six nations. in the european champions cup, montpellier came from behind to beat glasgow, which ends the scottish side's hopes of progressing from the pool. 29—22 the final score in scotstoun. both sides came into the match without a win in pool 3 of the competition. it's the match that every football fan this season has been waiting. the manchester derby sees man united
the wales international will miss next year's six nations, after having knee surgery. warburton was already out of action after undergoing an operation on his neck. he says he made a decision with the welsh rugby union and his club side cardiff blues to take a proactive approach, so he's fully fit when he returns to action. it's expected to take him four to six months to recover. another player who's likely to miss the tournament is scotland prop wp nel. he's battling to get back into action...
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outside. >> fallout loses half its energy in the first hour, 80% in the first day. so if you can get out safe -- if you can get inside you will miss a lot of the harmful exposure. >> reporter: the model plans for what the government considers the most likely issue, terrorism from a nuclear detonation. about the same impact the u.s. dropped on japan during world war ii. but what if north korea launches a more powerful 100 kt bomb? the estimated size of the bomb it recently tested? the damage estimates would
outside. >> fallout loses half its energy in the first hour, 80% in the first day. so if you can get out safe -- if you can get inside you will miss a lot of the harmful exposure. >> reporter: the model plans for what the government considers the most likely issue, terrorism from a nuclear detonation. about the same impact the u.s. dropped on japan during world war ii. but what if north korea launches a more powerful 100 kt bomb? the estimated size of the bomb it...
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on panorama tonight, a scandal involving british aid money. the idea the british taxpayers‘ money was associated with that would of course be wholly abhorrent. we discover how a police force in syria is being funded with bags of our cash. to see british money being held in a bag, i honestly only saw that on movies. it was deeply shocking. we expose how our aid money can end up with jihadis. it is unfortunately strengthening the extremists and the islamic groups. and we reveal how police officers we pay for work with a brutaljustice system. they were putting their hands in front of their eyes, and we are not seeing anything.
on panorama tonight, a scandal involving british aid money. the idea the british taxpayers‘ money was associated with that would of course be wholly abhorrent. we discover how a police force in syria is being funded with bags of our cash. to see british money being held in a bag, i honestly only saw that on movies. it was deeply shocking. we expose how our aid money can end up with jihadis. it is unfortunately strengthening the extremists and the islamic groups. and we reveal how...
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africa, and it would be very much and you may remember the demonstration, very much removed from ngos and also from the countries, the poorer countries themselves to say to the richer ones well you are rich, what are you going to do to help this? where's your aid and so on and then the rich countries would be trying to push each other to do a bit more. that debate has really changed in the g8 where last year and this year under the u.s. and u.k. presidency there is then a broader group of developing countries pull together and a very different debate where it's much more about what can we do together as partners? what developing countries themselves the poorest ones due to it attracted -- devaney. the game, the real game is in both trade and also private capital and capital and domestic resource mobilization.
africa, and it would be very much and you may remember the demonstration, very much removed from ngos and also from the countries, the poorer countries themselves to say to the richer ones well you are rich, what are you going to do to help this? where's your aid and so on and then the rich countries would be trying to push each other to do a bit more. that debate has really changed in the g8 where last year and this year under the u.s. and u.k. presidency there is then a broader group of...
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character, ruth gaydar ginsburg. [ light laughter ] gay. [ light laughter ] or not gay? not gay. [ light laughter ] gay. gay, gay, gay. [ light laughter ] all right. there's something there. there's something there. that might be better than casserole. [ applause ] all right. you guys heard of the word a day calendars? who's got one? great. okay. [ light onlaughter ] one of my writers comes to me and says what would it be like instead of a word a day if it . was a sound a day calendar. it's a calendar where instead of learning new wordsyyou get to learn new sounds. [ light laughter ] let's take a look or r her a listen. [ glass shatters ] that's shattering glass.
character, ruth gaydar ginsburg. [ light laughter ] gay. [ light laughter ] or not gay? not gay. [ light laughter ] gay. gay, gay, gay. [ light laughter ] all right. there's something there. there's something there. that might be better than casserole. [ applause ] all right. you guys heard of the word a day calendars? who's got one? great. okay. [ light onlaughter ] one of my writers comes to me and says what would it be like instead of a word a day if it . was a sound a day calendar. it's a...
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the u.s. said north korea would be utterly destroyed if a war breaks out. >>> with north korea's drum beat of nuclear threats, how survivable would science shows it would be catastrophic for many, it could be survivable for millions. if you do the right thing. here's miguel almaguer. >> from the sea and the sky. america's first responders like the l.a. county sheriff's department are on alert for improvised nuclear devices in the port of los angeles. >> this is an extremely busy shipping lane. we're going to be doing radiation screening of the vessels. the country returning to a cold war era footing. millions of us wondering what would happen if the unthinkable did happen? >> there is a lot of misconceptions, california is going to fall into the ocean, there's no surviving it. >> brooke and his team at the lawrence livermore laboratory, modelled what a 10 kilometer detonation would look fell on hiroshima. the immediate blast zone would be immediately flattened. a moderate than light damage zone would spread out for several miles. it would be deadly, but millions would survive the initial explosion, making radioactive fallout a major concern. >> there's a lot of shelter opportunities in a city that our analysis shows can keep people safe. >> a concrete structure is the best structure. the middle floors are safest, fallout on the roof and the ground outside make the top and ground floors the least safe. if there's a basement, it's your best protection. even a wood frame home could offer enough protection from radiation sickness. you get inside, as close as you can to the center of the home. >> people practice what they're supposed to do during an earthquake. and i would like to see the same kind of of attention paid to nuclear preparedness. >> reporter: which is why coastal ventura county is considered the nation's public health leader in preparing for an emergency. >> the county created public service announcements and an 18 page guide for its residents. with one idea, get inside, stay inside, stay tuned. a message scientists believe could save countless lives in the face of a dooms day
the u.s. said north korea would be utterly destroyed if a war breaks out. >>> with north korea's drum beat of nuclear threats, how survivable would science shows it would be catastrophic for many, it could be survivable for millions. if you do the right thing. here's miguel almaguer. >> from the sea and the sky. america's first responders like the l.a. county sheriff's department are on alert for improvised nuclear devices in the port of los angeles....
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something else be pulled, al gore's nobel peace prize. >> first off on the companies pulling out of this, maybe they're catching on to something you warned about. what do you make of this? >> i don't blame them. he probably see the email sent a couple of months ago by one of the leader of global warming and almost saying it's a con. and they see things like that, they see the fact in washington, we're building a big development and nobody with move because we have 48 inches of snow and it's not melting because it's cold. in new york we have had the coldest winter on record and all over -- you have friend in europe who are freezing. it's so cold. >> but donald, i talked to a lot of the environmentalists and they're saying this is goble warming. >> the problem we have is that the world is also got to play the game. we're scrubbing coal and doing things to make products more expensive and noncompetitive. china, do you think they scrub coal? i doubt t japan, india, do you believe india is scrubbing the coal? so we're stuck with the burden. >> they talk a good game. i watched as one of the representatives from china caulked about global warming and he's laughing. a lot of entrepreneurs and business people from china are laughing at our studioty -- stupidity as a country. >> these companies, do you think this is the beginning of a floodgate? >> i think so. the memorandum they found was devastating by the leader of the movement of global warming. that was devastating because that basically said you people are a bunch of jerks to follow us and we're just kidding. i think that was the beginning. now a lot of people like me have been saying this for a long time. we've been out, we've been watching, and in 1928 a major magazine talked about global cooling. it's getting warmer and then in a number of years or decades, it will get cooler. but to think you can't use hairspray in your bathroom
something else be pulled, al gore's nobel peace prize. >> first off on the companies pulling out of this, maybe they're catching on to something you warned about. what do you make of this? >> i don't blame them. he probably see the email sent a couple of months ago by one of the leader of global warming and almost saying it's a con. and they see things like that, they see the fact in washington, we're building a big development and nobody with move because we have 48...
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on the long-term and potentially devastating effects of climate change, global warming. and for all the scientific ammunition being presented at the u.n. conference, some stolen e maims are giving encouragement to global warming skeptics. david wright has our "closer look." >> reporter: just as the world seems finally poised to do something about global warming, an inconvenient scandal. >> let's start with the science that has been so settled for all these years. >> reporter: skeptics suddenly have new fodder. >> there's increasing evidence of sign tiff six fascism that's going on. >> reporter: 1,000 e maims dating back more than a dozen years stolen from a top research center in britain. >> let's look at this controversy from top to bottom. >> reporter: as the controversy heats up, the consensus about making the tough choices to curb carbon emissions threatens to crumble. >> poor al gore. global warming completely debunked. via the very internet you invented. oh! >> reporter: in the e-mails, the scientists are downright dism s dismissive of nay sayers in one message, a researcher offers to beat the crap out of a leading skeptic in another, penn statement's michael mann sugg t suggests hiding data, writing this is the sort of dirty laundry one doesn't want in the wrong hands. >> imagine someone going through all the emails you sent, looking for a single word of phrase that could be twisted. >> reporter: one of the most damn i damning including a strike to hide real temperatures. in another, a colleague writes, the fact is, we can't account for the lack of warming at the moment and it a travesty we can't. >> it shows human nature at work but i don't think it throws any aspersions on the science. >> reporter: global warming may be a scientific issue, but it's a hot button political debate. politicians are on the defensive, as well. >> there is nothing in the hacked e-mails that undermines the science. >> reporter: that may be true, but the e-mails threaten to undermine the political effort in copenhagen. >> they are going to use this and blow it up way beyond anything that the evidence supports. >> reporter: at a recent book signing in chicago, al gore was a soft target. >> research climategate. this guy is a fraud! it's a scamy. >> reporter: the protesters wasted little time posting their
on the long-term and potentially devastating effects of climate change, global warming. and for all the scientific ammunition being presented at the u.n. conference, some stolen e maims are giving encouragement to global warming skeptics. david wright has our "closer look." >> reporter: just as the world seems finally poised to do something about global warming, an inconvenient scandal. >> let's start with the science that has been so settled for...
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conference on climate change next week in copenhagen. instead, he'll attend at the end of the conference, when leaders from china and india will be there. and as the world prepares to tackle this issue, there's a new scandal that's burning up the net these days that began with e-mails that were stolen, and the scandal has to do with climate change. our chief environmental affairs correspondent anne thompson has our report. >> reporter: the hottest debate in the blogosphere is about changes in the earth's atmosphere and what stolen e-mails reveal about some data supporting global warming. those who doubt that manmade greenhouse gases are changing the climate say these e-mails from britain's university of east anglia show climate scientists massaging data and suppressing studies by those who disagree. that's led to angry headlines on both sides of the atlantic and angry politicians. >> it's junk science, and it is a part of a massive international scientific fraud. >> reporter: the uproar is having an impact. the united nations today said it would investigate the e-mails but did not back away from the science that led it to determine man is responsible for global warming. still, critics say the e-mails show catastrophic predictions of countries and people devastated by warming need to be reconsidered. >> there are clear problems with these records that deserve investigation, and not providing them to people because they're "going to find something wrong with it" is just not the way we're supposed to do science. >> reporter: today in a letter to congress 25 leading u.s. scientists accused climate change opponents of misrepresenting the e-mails' significance. >> i think the e-mail scandal is being used as a political sideshow to deflect interest in actually dealing with climate change. i think in that regard it will fail. >> reporter: even more than in copenhagen some think the e-mails will have the greatest impact in washington, giving politicians from coal and oil-producing states another reason to delay taking action to reduce emissions. the government's leading scientists told congress there is no time to lose. >> i emphasize that climate change is not a theory. it is a documented set of observations about the world.
conference on climate change next week in copenhagen. instead, he'll attend at the end of the conference, when leaders from china and india will be there. and as the world prepares to tackle this issue, there's a new scandal that's burning up the net these days that began with e-mails that were stolen, and the scandal has to do with climate change. our chief environmental affairs correspondent anne thompson has our report. >> reporter: the hottest debate in the blogosphere is...
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well a historic all black cemetery in florida will soon get the care it needs thanks to nearby church. the lincoln cemetery in gulfport right out of saint saint peter's burg dates back the 19 20's. the plots are surrounded by beer cans and piles of brush. and the only resource toss clean it have been volunteers but now a church says it's taking over. >> once we get the legal weeds pulled, we can begin to pull some of the literal weeds out there and have funds to do so. we're grateful for that. >> it's a respect issue. these people deserve to be respect the. they deserve to, you know, have a good resting place. >> they certainly do. 5,000 african-americans are buried at that seminary cemete cemetery. >> on to georgia police are commending three children for acting fast when burglars tried to force their way into a home while they were home alone. 12-year-old kamayri ushered his two den-year-old sister noose a closet they called 911 and their
well a historic all black cemetery in florida will soon get the care it needs thanks to nearby church. the lincoln cemetery in gulfport right out of saint saint peter's burg dates back the 19 20's. the plots are surrounded by beer cans and piles of brush. and the only resource toss clean it have been volunteers but now a church says it's taking over. >> once we get the legal weeds pulled, we can begin to pull some of the literal weeds out there and have funds to do so. we're...
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just say, show me the carfax. >>> the recess has been tough for everyone and state governments have been forced to make hard choices. in alabama governor robert bentley cut education funds and decimated budgets for parks and historic sites. but he hasn't touched the confederate memorial park in mountain creek. it's in tip top shape with a $400,000 budget funded entirely by something called the confederate tax. the associated press reports the tax originally funded a pension plan and nursing home for confederate veterans. but alabama's last confederate veteran passed away more than 75 years ago. so today that tax makes sure this alabama park covered in confederate flags is the best
just say, show me the carfax. >>> the recess has been tough for everyone and state governments have been forced to make hard choices. in alabama governor robert bentley cut education funds and decimated budgets for parks and historic sites. but he hasn't touched the confederate memorial park in mountain creek. it's in tip top shape with a $400,000 budget funded entirely by something called the confederate tax. the associated press reports the tax originally funded a pension...
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all the rural areas have a lot of racism in it. waller county lived in the shadow of the past, out of 254 counties, only two had more lynchings between 1857 and 1950. according to the equal justice initiatives lynching report, 15 african-americans were lynched during that time period. segregation showed up in cemeteries. >> we drove by the cemetery. cemetery. >> blacks could not be bearing the white cemetery. whites could not be buried in a white cemetery. blacks could not be buried in a jewish cemetery. that was the way it was. >> it was not too long ago that scl smith said his cousin was
all the rural areas have a lot of racism in it. waller county lived in the shadow of the past, out of 254 counties, only two had more lynchings between 1857 and 1950. according to the equal justice initiatives lynching report, 15 african-americans were lynched during that time period. segregation showed up in cemeteries. >> we drove by the cemetery. cemetery. >> blacks could not be bearing the white cemetery. whites could not be buried in a white cemetery. blacks...
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going in by make an argument in the book about the civil rights to animals being political future to the kutz theater. civil rights activists learn the funeral itself can be political future and the place we can fight the battle integration and the trial of them into drama and king's funeral was a moderate civil appeared as an equitable cemeteries are they still segregated? >> that is debated. for the most part they are not although i must say at the end of my research it must have been three or four years ago an article about a cemetery battling not whether a white person could be buried in a black funeral home that would have been a traditionally black cemetery. the history of the black cemetery groesbeck to the 19th century where they were often
going in by make an argument in the book about the civil rights to animals being political future to the kutz theater. civil rights activists learn the funeral itself can be political future and the place we can fight the battle integration and the trial of them into drama and king's funeral was a moderate civil appeared as an equitable cemeteries are they still segregated? >> that is debated. for the most part they are not although i must say at the end of my research it must...
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a scary situation we don't know what the spanish government is capable of and we well you've seen october the first how that went. with public transport in barcelona providing only a limited service there were mixed reactions from people trying to get to work. on the one side it's a hassle to get to work in the middle of a strike. is suffering this because of few have decided to behave in an improper way. on the other hand i understand the circumstances surrounding the strike. it's those circumstances that are fanning political passions and fostering calls for outside intervention. but there is fine if
a scary situation we don't know what the spanish government is capable of and we well you've seen october the first how that went. with public transport in barcelona providing only a limited service there were mixed reactions from people trying to get to work. on the one side it's a hassle to get to work in the middle of a strike. is suffering this because of few have decided to behave in an improper way. on the other hand i understand the circumstances surrounding the strike. it's those...
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[ cheers and applause ] my wife's not a sports fan. her parents -- her dad isn't a sports fan, her brother isn't a sports fan. she just thinks it's the stupidest thing on earth. and she's right. i say, "i have to watch this game." she's like, "why, it makes you so upset." and she's right. and i'm sorry, and it's stupid. and i want them to win so bad. [ laughter ] because if they win -- if they win, then the great part is from when they win to the next game, where all i can do is just watch highlights, because the outcome has been decided. i can just read about it and it will make me happy. [ laughter ] we'll see. by the way, it doesn't matter, because it's -- i have a great family and everyone is healthy. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] so it doesn't matter. it doesn't matter. it doesn't matter! also, it doesn't matter, because we've got a great show for you tonight. the star of "murder in the first," taye diggs is here. [ cheers and applause ] taye diggs. i'm going to say this. let me be the first person to
[ cheers and applause ] my wife's not a sports fan. her parents -- her dad isn't a sports fan, her brother isn't a sports fan. she just thinks it's the stupidest thing on earth. and she's right. i say, "i have to watch this game." she's like, "why, it makes you so upset." and she's right. and i'm sorry, and it's stupid. and i want them to win so bad. [ laughter ] because if they win -- if they win, then the great part is from when they win to the next game,...
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[chanting "usa"] >> president trump: it is great to be back in the incredible, beautiful, great state of iowa. home of the greatest rustlers in the world. including our friend, dan gable. some of the great, great wrestlers of the world. we love those rustlers. it's always terrific to be able to leave that washington swamp and spend time with the truly hard-working people -- we called them american patriots. amazing people. i want to also extend our congratulations this evening to karen handel of georgia. and we can't forget ralph norman in south carolina. he called me and i told him -- he said last night, i felt like the forgotten man. but he won. she won really beautifully even though a lot of people didn't show up. they thought he was going to win by so much. it's always dangerous after those big leads. but he won very easily. he's a terrific guy. and karen is going to be really incredible. she will be joining some really wonderful people and doing wonderful work, including major, major tax cuts. and health care. reducing crime. securing that second amendment. i told you about that. that looks like it's in good shape with judge neil gorsuch. i would like to also take this moment to send our thoughts and prayers to our courageous friend, somebody i have gotten to know very well. steve scalise. and everyone recovering from the assaults. never fails. never fails. [boos] "chanting "usa"] [indistinguishable disturbance] >> president trump: and we love our police. we love our police. so, to steve, we say -- and he's a great guy. he was in my office the day before. incredible. we are praying for you. we are pulling for you. you have our absolute support and our deepest admiration. and our gratitude goes out tonight to the capitol police officers who saved so many live lives. they ran from the outfield in. they were being hit by rifle fire. they only had handguns. they were able to get him. it was an amazing show of talent and bravery. we want to thank all of the police officers who so bravely serve and protect us. hopefully our nation emerges from this ordeal, it was an ordeal. more determined than ever before. i can see it. we are indeed more unified in our own way than ever before. you just have to take a look at what is happening here. right? if we set aside the cynics and the critics, we have a chance -- and it's a great chance -- it lies before us. to do extraordinary things for our country. in the years ahead. history has a written -- history is written by the dreamers, not the doubters. while we are here tonight to celebrate the amazing progress that we have already made, and we have made amazing progress, we are also here to lay out the next steps in our incredible movement to make america great again. everyone gathered in this arena is bound together by common values. you love our country. you obey our laws. you honor our traditions. and you care for your your families and you love your communities. all you want is a government that shows you the same respect and loyalty in return. you believe that america must protect and defend its own citizens. with that conviction deep in your hearts, you showed up on election day. november 8th. and voted to put america first. it's about time. it's about time. and from the moment i took that solemn oath of office and every single day since, that's exactly what i have done. put america first. after years of sending our jobs and our wealth to other countries, we are finally standing up for our country. you see it happening. you see what's going on. jobs are just about the best they've ever been. we've created almost $4 trillion in wealth. if you look at your stock values, what's going on with our country, we've created tremendous wealth. the enthusiasm and spirit on every single index is higher than it's ever been before, for manufacturers and our companies. after spending billions of dollars defending other people's borders, we are finally going to defend our borders. after decades of rebuilding foreign nations, all over the world, we are now rebuilding our nation. as of a few months ago, our country has spent $6 trillion in the middle east. the lies. thousands and thousands and thousands of lives. $6 trillion and thousands of young, beautiful lives. we started 16 years ago. it is in far worse shape than it was 16 years ago. by many times over. we spent all of this money, all of these lives. let me tell you, i took in and took over a very, very difficult hand. but we are going to get it fixed. that's what you put me here for. we are going to get it fixed. we will get it fixed. it's a shame. it's a shame. and then you look at north kore north korea. your praying and i am praying for you. [laughs] thank you very much. you look at north korea, look at otto warmbier. he went over there as a healthy, warm boy. and you see how he came back. we are going to take that bad hand and we are going to make it good. we are going to take care of our country. the people are the rulers of this country once again. one by one, we are keeping the promises we made to the people of iowa and the people all over our country. we are not going to let the same failed and attired voices in washington keep us from delivering the change you voted for and the change that you deserve. i do not answer to any donors or financial contributors. i don't care about them. i'm not beholden to any consultants or any of the very powerful special interests. i don't care about them. i have to do what's right. and if they are right, that's good. we will never be intimidated by the dishonest media corporations, who will say anything and do anything to get people to watch their screens or to get people to buy their failing papers. they are failing. these entrenched forces are fighting only for themselves and in many cases for their surviva survival. but i am fighting for you. i am fighting for you. fighting for your hopes, because your hopes on my hopes. i've had a great time in this country. it was time to do something. we all saw what was happening. it was time to do something. your dreams are my dreams. your future is what i am focused on. each and every day. we are going to make america great again, believe me. we are going to make america great again. here are just some of the historic accomplishments we have achieved in just a very short. lack of time. i have to preface it by saying saying -- thank you, darling. i have to preface it by saying, president trump has not produced health care. i've been here for five months. if you remember during the clinton period, they worked for years and years and years and never got health care. [boos] >> president trump: although, after listening to that testimony, i fully understand. president obama -- his whole administration, pushing, pushing for obamacare, which has now failed. in fact, i was just told by your great governor and ex-governor that your insurance companies have all fled the state of iowa. pretty sad, isn't it? they are going from every state. they are leaving all of the states. obamacare is a disaster. it's over. it's there's nothing to compareh what we are doing. i hope the republican senate -- if we got the single greatest health care plan in history of the world, we would not get one democratic vote. they are obstructionists. we wouldn't get one democrat. if we came to you and said here is your plan. you're going to have the greatest plan in history. and you are going to pay nothing. they would vote against it, folks. every single vote. we have a very slim -- 52-48, we basically can't lose anybody. i think and i hope -- i can't guarantee anything -- i hope we are going to surprise you with a really good plan. i've been talking about a plan with heart. i had some money to it. a plan with heart. obamacare is dead. it's interesting how they say "donald trump is not producing health care!" we have produced -- i don't think any president, there could be somebody, i have to be a little careful because they will say "he lied." few presidents -- just have to be a little careful -- they will say headline: donald trump lies to the people of iowa. i don't want that. very few have done what we've done. they were saying we didn't pass legislative bills. i think it's 38. if you listen to them, 38. but, but, and some of them are really big -- having to do with regulation and lots of different things. we are working really hard on massive tax cuts. if we get it the way i wanted, it would be the largest tax cut in the history of the united states of america. because right now, we are one of the highest taxed nations in the world. on a large scale basis, where the highest taxed nation and we are going to get it really low. there are some that are really down there. that doesn't mean you want to be there. we are going to have one of the lowest from the highest and we are working hard on it. i think it's going to happen and i think health care is going to happen and infrastructure. we are going to have a lot of exciting things over the next few months. i look forward to being able to produce it. let's see what happens. and by the way, if we had even a little democrat support -- just a little, like a couple of votes -- you'd have everything. you could give us a lot of votes and we would be willing to change it and move it around and try to make it even better. it's going to have good heart but even better. but again, they just want to stop. they want to obstruct. a few votes -- seriously -- a few votes from the democrats it could be so easy and so beautiful. you'd have cooperation. their plan isn't working. they thought they were going to win last night. in atlanta. they thought they were going to win. they've been unbelievably nasty. really nasty. they spent close to $30 million on this kid, who forgot to live in the community he was in. you know. [laughter] >> president trump: i will tell you about the democrats. i'm making it a little hard to get their support, but who cares? i will tell you about the democrats. they raised a fortune, they fought like hell. they got all the press. but fox has treated us well, they have. but they built these studios. cnn. [boos] >> president trump: hey, the camera just went off. i can't imagine why. this phony, nbc television network -- they actually had one of the people say "it was a little rainy last night. maybe that was the difference in karen's race." can you believe that? they have these beautiful studios. and if karen handel had lost, they would have blamed -- if she had lost, they would have been there for weeks talking about this being the greatest defeat in the history of american politics. when she won, projected winner is karen handel -- then they said we switched to another program. right? it was so true. they couldn't get out of there fast enough. and don't forget, this happened in montana. right? in kansas. last night, south carolina. with ralph, who was expected to win and he won. it's been incredible. we are 5-0. 5-0. they thought they were going to win at least like, three. and it would be a devastating defeat. the truth is, the people love us. all of us. they don't get it. they haven't figured it out yet. you know, they are still trying to figure where all of those voters came from. those voters came out of the hills. these are hard-working -- we have the hardest working, the smartest people. the toughest people. they are very lucky that our people don't protest. leave me believe me. they are very lucky. [cheers and applause] >> president trump: we have them. we have the smart ones. the toughest ones. great, great americans. hillary said the deplorable's. they are just the opposite. these are just the opposite. we have a group, bikers for trump. they come by the thousands. my man, how are you? i did not know you were here. they are here. now we know we are protected. good to have you, man. when i see them, i say "now we are safe." they like trump and i guess we are well into the 90s. we love our people and they love us and more importantly, they love our policy. what we are doing. you see what we are doing and what we have already done. home builders are to build agai again. we aren't confiscating the land with ridiculous rules and regulations. farmers are able to plow their fields. if they have a puddle in the middle of their field, a little puddle the size of this -- it is considered a lake and if you can't touch it. if you touch it, bad, bad things happen to you and your family. we got rid of that one too. okay? unemployment is at a 16 year low and manufacturing is doing phenomenally. we have companies moving back. they're coming back, back, back. in the state of michigan, which has just been an exit pool where car companies have left, i tell them, you know what? you want to start weaving and fire all these people? watch what we are going to be doing. we have the legendary wall street genius, wilbur ross, he is here. the president of goldman sachs. she had to pay over $200 million in taxes to take the job. right? someone said why did you appoint a rich person? to be in charge of the economy? i said -- no, it's true. wilbur is a very rich person in charge of commerce. that's the kind of thinking we want. really, they are representing the country. they don't want the money. they are representing the country. they had to give up a lot to take these jobs. they gave up a lot. you get the president -- the president of goldman sachs. smart. having him represent us. he went from massive paydays to peanuts. i'm waiting for them to accuse him of wanting that little amount of money. these are people that are great, brilliant business minds. that's what we need. that's what we have to have. so the world doesn't take advantage. we can't have the world taking advantage of us anymore. i love all people. it rich or poor. but in those particular positions, i just don't want a poor person, does not make sense? does that make sense? if you insist, i will do it. but i like it better this way. an increase in defense spending, we've created a new office of accountability -- to ensure that our veterans get the care that they so richly deserve. we have eliminated restrictions on the production of american energy. they wanted to take away our wealth. the world wanted to take away our wealth. under our feet, we have great wealth. not only in the form of your kind of wealth, beautiful, fertile soil but also in other locations in the form of energy. they wanted to take that power and that wealth away from us. we have ended the war on clean, beautiful coal. we are putting our minors back to work in fact, you read about it, a brand new coal mine just opened in the state of pennsylvania. the first time in decades. 33,000 mining jobs have been added to my inauguration. again, we are going to have all forms of energy but coal is something we have a tremendous advantage of. we are going to have all. whether it's natural gas, alternative sources. we are going to have everything. but power -- it's a power for our electric different plants and furnaces. it's a power. we use electric, wind, solar. coal, natural gas, nuclear if the right opportunity presents itself. we are going to be strong for the future. we're going to to be strong for the future. i don't want to just hope the wind blows to light up your homes and your factories. as the birds fall to the ground. i like all of them. that's what we need. by the way, we are saving your ethanol industries in the state of iowa. just like i promised i would do in my campaign. believe me, they are under siege, folks. i don't know if you know it, they are under siege. we've approved the keystone xl pipeline and the dakota access pipeline. 38,000 jobs. and better for the environment, by the way. underground. better for the environment and safer. can you imagine the executive for keystone, a year and a half ago. somebody walks into his office, probably a consultant that charged him tens of millions of dollars, saying sarah, the pipeline was disapproved. you know what he's going to do? i did a great job. i am entitled to millions of dollars in consulting fees. it was just trump. just approving it. just good for the country. my man. by the way, speaking of that, when i am signing for the xl pipeline and the dakota, by the way, who made the pipes? no, not the usa. it's a little hard to say throw that away, we are giving new pipes. anyone build the pipeline in the united states? no more taking it over on boats. very simple. we have signed 39 pieces of legislation. folks, they tell you -- the fake news -- they tell you, not all of it. some of it is good and some of the people are great, actually. some are real bad and they are really fake. if you listen to them, we passed 39 -- i'm not talking about executive orders, we have signed lot. i mean, we have really signed a lot. we've gotten rid of a lot of bad pieces that were signed by president obama. but if you listen to the fake news they say "he didn't pass any legislation." 39 pieces as of today. some of them are very important. my biggest pieces are you have to come. hopefully taxes, health care, infrastructure, and when they come, they won't be good enough. we've also done a record number of resolutions to eliminate the job killing regulations on our workers, our companies, and our farmers. they are gone. they are gone. we are ending the federal intrusion into your family farms and your ranches. we are also working very, very hard to get rid of the death tax so you can pass your farms onto your children and onto your grandchildren. i don't know if we are going to pull that one off but we are working very hard to do it. right? you can pass your motorcycle on, forget the farm. that's not so bad, either. i see what you ride. not so bad. i don't know if that one is going to get pulled off, but it should. why should you be double taxed? you should have a right to pass your farm onto your children and onto your grandchildren. you should have that right. without having them going out and borrowing a fortune, not being able to make payments, losing it to the banks. we are working hard. let's see if we can pull it off. i don't know, we are going to try. no longer will the epa be telling you how to run your business or do your job or live your life. instead, it will focus on his true mission. clean air and clean, beautiful crystal water. nice, beautiful, clean water. that's what we want, right? we are ending the last administration's federal land grab. we believe states, communities, and private land owners know best how to manage their own resources. we've made a lot of progress on that. we want to see local control. that also means we are not going to let foreign bureaucrats plan our economy or tell americans how to run their country. you know what i mean. when i campaigned for president, i promise to renegotiate or to leave any deal which fails to serve america's interests. and i am not going to allow other countries to take advantage of the united states any longer. for that reason, i totally cut off negotiations. i will not do our great -- what is it? you weren't listening -- but for that reason, as you know, i formally announced the united states will withdraw from the disastrous paris climate accord. it's disastrous. by the way, trans-pacific partnership, we don't even talk about it anymore because it was done early. but trans-pacific partnership, bye-bye. that was another catastrophe that we will renegotiate. i will get rid of nafta. so i announced that, essentially, i was going to terminate but i got a nice call from prime minister trudeau of canada. from the good guy of mexico, asking me not to turn in the te. and if i could renegotiate. and i am always willing to renegotiate. so we will see how it goes. but it's been very unfair to the united states. you have to look at all the empty plants and factories. now after -- but nafta, we will renegotiate and if we can't, that will be that. the paris agreement -- it's amazing how the people of this country get it. the press covers it so unfairly. the paris agreement would have cost america millions of lost jobs. and billions and billions of lost dollars and put us a in a permanent disadvantage. china doesn't kick in until 2030. i can give you stories, stats, i could go on all day. it's a catastrophe if we would have agreed. they all say it's nonbinding. not to like hell it was nonbind. i was elected to serve the citizens of iowa, pennsylvania, ohio, michigan, wisconsin, and florida, and all 50 states. and all 320 million americans. [chanting "usa"] >> president trump: by the way, this is a big place. i used to say it during the campaign, we aren't even campaigning. look at this crowd. it's easier during a campaign. the place is packed with thousands of people. look at the size of this place. they will never show the crowd. they will never show the crowd. they will never show the crowd. that's the only good thing about the protesters. which we don't have very much of. this guy was blowing a whistle. [laughter] >> president trump: he's a bernie sanders guy. when we do have one, the only good thing is the cameras have to go sometimes up into the corners, way up in that arena. every seat is packed. every seat. every corner is packed. this big, big arena. it's an honor. wouldn't it be great -- it's funny, i go home and my wife, melania, who by the way has become very popular -- they are liking her. but she would say, "i never saw the crowd but it sounded like a lot of people." you can't imitate the sound of this many people. this is not 500 people. you can't imitate this. [applause] >> president trump: you know what they don't understand? they probably charge a fortune, all those television cameras -- i hate to do this but they get even better ratings if they show that. i tried to convince -- they can't mentally handle that. but it's such a great crowd. to all of those people watching, it's an unbelievable place. it's a big, beautiful arena. it is packed. as you may know, there is another absolutely terrible deal from the previous administration. see how nice i am? i say the previous administration, as a opposed to the obama administration. recently, i announced that we are canceling the prior administrations completely one-sided deal with the castro regime in cuba. isn't it amazing? obama can deal with cuba. killed thousands of people. people in prison. horrible to women, can deal with iran. you talk about the gays. the women. back to everybody. killed, brutal. i deal with anybody and "donald trump is a terrible human being." isn't it unbelievable? unbelievable. america will stand strong against communist oppression. we will make a much better deal. i deal with cuba is a bad deal. we probably will make a deal and maybe we won't. it will be a fair deal and a good deal for us. it won't be a one-sided giveawa giveaway. we are also fighting every single day to achieve those fair trade deals for american factories, farms, write your ranches. heading up our effort for our interests in china will be a man you know very well, i just left an event where i honored him, introduced him to a crowd of people that adore him. to discuss how to create -- he's been doing this for years -- a, the longest-serving governor in american history and now he tied carries the title of ambassador to china. terry branstad. fantastic guy. i told the story today. i said i came here to make maka speech. terry would come, at that time he called me donald. now mr. president. he said that's okay, i didn't think about it. now if he called me donald, i would be very angry with him. kidding. he said donald, can you do me a favor? don't say anything bad about china. we do a lot of business with china. i like china a lot. i've known president xi for a long time. i really like him and he likes terry a lot, by the way. please don't say anything bad about china. which is hard for me to do. [laughter] >> president trump: i wouldn't. but then when i won and we were looking for somebody to represent us with china, very powerful country, we've had a very good relationship with china. i do like president xi. i wish we would have a little more help with respect to north korea, from china. that doesn't seem to be working out. i do like the president a lot. when i was thinking of who i was going to make for the ambassador to china, i remember about a year ago when terry branstad was saying all these great things. you are governor. i called him up. i said you've been doing this for 24 years, like how would you like to be ambassador to china? i didn't think you would really do it. it's a long trip. 21 hours. that's a lot of plane time. he wants to do what's right for the country. i said tonight, i wasn't sure you are going to do it. he said, "when my president calls me to help him for our great country, i do it." that's what he said to me. i thought it was nice. central to that economic agenda is a plan to restore america's crumbling infrastructure. we will rebuild not only america but we will rebuild rural america. in this great national rebuilding, we will follow two simple rules. we will buy american and we will hire american. we want to get our people off of welfare and back to work. we also want to preserve our safety net for struggling americans who truly need help. we want to help them. people who truly need help. it right, chris? we want to help those people. but others don't treat us fairl fairly. that's why i believe the time has come for new immigration rules that say those seeking admission into our country must be able to support themselves financially and should not use welfare for a period of at least five years. and we will be putting in legislation to that effect very shortly. another quark principal, those coming to our country must embrace our values and love our people. and yes, we will build a wall. we have already started planning. it will be built. we will build the wall. we need it. we have to stop the drugs from blowing in. people don't realize we are already spending a lot of money and designs. i will give you an idea that nobody has heard about yet. i'm not sure but i am a builder, that's what i love to do. that's probably what i do best. i'm a builder. we are thinking of something that's unique. the southern border. lots of sun, lots of heat. we are thinking about building a wall as a solar wall. so it creates energy. and pays for itself. and this way, mexico will have to pay much less money. and that's good. right? is that good? you are the first group i've told that too. it makes sense. let's see. we are working it out. solar wall panels. think of it, the higher it goes, the more valuable it is. [laughter] >> president trump: pretty good imagination, right? my idea. we have a good shot. that's one of the places where solar really does work. at the tremendous sun and heat. we will see what happens. that would be great. i think we can make it look beautiful too. it would really look beautiful. that would be nice. we are working night and day to restore law and order to our country. law and order. you know that. we are reversing the last administrations soft on crime policies that helped enable a tragic rise in violent crime. if you see what's happening. look at chicago. what the hell is going on in chicago? what's that all about? we have also issued new directives to protect our police officers and our sheriffs. and we will always stand with the incredible men and women of law enforcement. all american children, no matter where they live, have the right to grow up in a safe community. no issue is more central to public safety band the issue of immigration and border security. after years of lawlessness, the united states is now enforcing our laws. the first time in a long time. and protecting our workers, our schools, and our families. since i was elected, illegal border crossings -- this is without the wall. they have decreased by more than 75%. a historic and unprecedented achievement. so, we are building the wall on the southern border. we've got the greatest security people in the world. i.c.e. and at the border patrol folks, these are incredible people. they endorsed me when i ran for president, knowing that if i went back, they will have to work much, much harder. but they love this country. they want the job done. they want the job done right. they have to work harder and it's much more dangerous. the other thing i have to tell you. you have a gang called ms-13. a friend of mine who is a very, very high level police officer said to me in describing them "they are the equivalent or worse than al qaeda." they don't like to shoot people, they like to cut people. they like to do things that nobody can believe. they are true animals. we are moving them out of the country by the thousands. and the people moving them out are a hell of a lot tougher and meaner than they are. but they are on our side. we are getting them out. ms-13. during my campaign for president, i met with the families of americans killed by illegal immigrants. many, many families. including the family of a 21-year-old iowa girl who was killed the day after she graduated from college, with a 4.0 gpa. that means solid as. straight across, for those that don't know. thousands of beautiful american lives like sarah's have been stolen for the simple reason that our government has refused to enforce already existing laws. the media, these people, like to talk about separating families. but the families they never talk about are the american families separated forever from the ones they love because we don't protect our borders and uphold the immigration laws of the united states. these families and the victims have been ignored -- totally -- by the media. they have been ignored by the consultants, washington, but these americans were not ignored by me or by you and we know who they are. and they rise to the highest level. they rise to the highest level. i promised those families the deaths of their loved ones have not been in vain. we will take strong and forceful action to fulfill our state sacd duty to protect american lives. every single day, we are finding these gang members, drug dealers, thieves, robbers, predators, criminals, killers. horrible killers.
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>> jimmy: and, oh man. i'll talk about that. then this is, i'm really jumping up and down about this one as well. "misery" here on broadway. [ applause ] bruce on broadway is what they're calling it. lit up in lights everywhere. you've done theater before, but never on broadway, have you? >> never on broadway. never on broadway. but the fabulous, fabulous laurie metcalf is just, she is just a tornado, man. she is -- >> jimmy: real, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] congrats to your daughter, too, rumor willis. she was great on "dancing with the stars." i loved her in that, but then, she's also on broadway, too. >> also on broadway. in "chicago." >> jimmy: father/daughter. in "chicago." [ cheers and applause ] the family, all in the family. >> fantastic. >> jimmy: the family business. >> all working. all working. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. fantastic thing. i'm sorry about the hair thing earlier. we'll cut all that out. i just appreciate this. oh, it looks fantastic. you're a stud. this is bruce willis, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "rock the kasbah" opens next friday. the broadway play "misery" begins previews october 22nd. we'll be right back with the
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>> i have to wrap up, but she is pretty far ahead in those polls. but 17 days to go. thank you very much. >>> coming up live in the cnn newsroom, a historic huge media deal just crossing the wires. what does the massive multibillion dollar proposed merger between cnn's parent company time warner and at&t mean for you? will it pass muster with regulato regulators, next. le who own them, every business is different. but every one of those businesses will need legal help as they age and grow. whether it be help starting your business, vendor contracts or employment agreements. legalzoom's network of attorneys can help you every step of the way so you can focus on what you do. we'll handle the legal stuff that comes up along the way. legalzoom.
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awkward interview with anne hathaway where he obsesses over a wardrobe malfunction. >> good morning, ann. >> good morning. seen a lot of you lately. >> sorry about that. i'd be happy to stay home. >> let's get it out of the way. had a wardrobe malfunction the other night. what is the lesson learned from something like that other than you keep smiling, which you always do. >> well, it was obviously an unfortunate incident. yeah. so let's get --
awkward interview with anne hathaway where he obsesses over a wardrobe malfunction. >> good morning, ann. >> good morning. seen a lot of you lately. >> sorry about that. i'd be happy to stay home. >> let's get it out of the way. had a wardrobe malfunction the other night. what is the lesson learned from something like that other than you keep smiling, which you always do. >> well, it was obviously an unfortunate incident....
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