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Trump Archive
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The Trump Archive collects TV news shows containing debates, speeches, rallies, and other broadcasts related to President-elect Donald Trump. See or download fact checks of Trump's statements by FactCheck.org , PolitiFact , and The Washington Post’s Fact Checker . This evolving non-commercial, searchable collection is designed to preserve the historical record for posterity. Here is a how-to on using the Trump Archive. he project is a work in progress, with improvements planned for expanding...
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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. See a 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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The U.S. Congress Archive collects TV news shows containing debates, speeches, rallies, and other broadcasts related to members of the U.S. Congress.  See or download fact checks by FactCheck.org , PolitiFact , and The Washington Postís Fact Checker . This project, a work in progress, is an evolving non-commercial, searchable collection is designed to preserve the historical record for posterity. For details about how we create our archives of public officials, see the Trump Archive ....
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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Political Ads
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Collection of political ads.  Visualization of ads over US 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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Happy News Year!
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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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Topics: Immigration, Taxes
Brian Williams examines the day's top political stories and current political-campaign news.
Topics: Immigration, TaxesBrian Williams examines the day's top political stories and current political-campaign news.
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Topics: Immigration, Crime, Homeland Security
The day's headlines; news analysis.
Topics: Immigration, Crime, Homeland SecurityThe day's headlines; news analysis.
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Topics: China, Foreign Policy, North Korea
A morning show that highlights the latest headlines in news, weather, sports and entertainment, and is known for the cohosts' casual and spontaneous discussions.
Topics: China, Foreign Policy, North KoreaA morning show that highlights the latest headlines in news, weather, sports and entertainment, and is known for the cohosts' casual and spontaneous discussions.
Topic: China, Foreign Policy, North Korea
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Topics: Homeland Security, Immigration
Jennifer Hudson; Chris Hayes; Christian Borle.
Topics: Homeland Security, ImmigrationJennifer Hudson; Chris Hayes; Christian Borle.
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Topics: Foreign Policy, Terrorism
[LIVE] President Trump and NATO Secretary General Jens Stotenberg held a joint news conference. People: Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House
Topics: Foreign Policy, Terrorism[LIVE] President Trump and NATO Secretary General Jens Stotenberg held a joint news conference. People: Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House
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Topic: Syria
The major news and themes driving the business day are discussed with a roundtable of rotating industry leaders and economic experts.
Topic: SyriaThe major news and themes driving the business day are discussed with a roundtable of rotating industry leaders and economic experts.
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Topic: Health Care
The major news and themes driving the business day are discussed with a roundtable of rotating industry leaders and economic experts.
Topic: Health CareThe major news and themes driving the business day are discussed with a roundtable of rotating industry leaders and economic experts.
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Topics: Congressional Rules, Presidential Appointments
The major news and themes driving the business day are discussed with a roundtable of rotating industry leaders and economic experts.
Topics: Congressional Rules, Presidential AppointmentsThe major news and themes driving the business day are discussed with a roundtable of rotating industry leaders and economic experts.
Topic: Congressional Rules, Presidential Appointments
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Topics: Homeland Security, Immigration
Topics: Homeland Security, Immigration
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Topics: Foreign Policy, Military, Syria
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) told reporters he suppored the U.S. missile strikes in Syria. He called it well planned, well executed, and certainly more than a "pin prick" to the Assad regime. He added that the strikes also signaled that America was back and sent a message to North Korea, Russia, and Iran that America was leading again. Senator McConnell also talked about the confirmation vote for Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch, federal spending, and Republican efforts to replace the Affordable Care Act. People: Mitch McConnell Jr. Sponsor: U.S. Capitol | Senate Radio and Television Gallery
Topics: Foreign Policy, Military, SyriaSenate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) told reporters he suppored the U.S. missile strikes in Syria. He called it well planned, well executed, and certainly more than a "pin prick" to the Assad regime. He added that the strikes also signaled that America was back and sent a message to North Korea, Russia, and Iran that America was leading again. Senator McConnell also talked about the confirmation vote for Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil...
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Topics: Syria, Foreign Policy
[LIVE] President Trump and Jordan's King Abdullah held a joint news conference in the Rose Garden following their bilateral meeting. The president strongly condemned a deadly gas attack in Idlib, Syria, which he characterized as an affront to humanity carried out by the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. He also spoke about the U.S.-Jordan relationship, and called Jordan a strong partner in the fight against terrorism, as well as providing humanitarian assistance to refugees fleeing areas of conflict. People: Abdullah II; Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House
Topics: Syria, Foreign Policy[LIVE] President Trump and Jordan's King Abdullah held a joint news conference in the Rose Garden following their bilateral meeting. The president strongly condemned a deadly gas attack in Idlib, Syria, which he characterized as an affront to humanity carried out by the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. He also spoke about the U.S.-Jordan relationship, and called Jordan a strong partner in the fight against terrorism, as well as providing humanitarian...
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Topics: Unemployment rate, Jobs
President Trump spoke at a White House town hall meeting with CEOs and other business leaders about some of his initiatives concerning infrastructure, eliminating regulations, education and workforce development. He was introduced by Vice President Pence. People: Reed Cordish; Mike Pence; Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House
Topics: Unemployment rate, JobsPresident Trump spoke at a White House town hall meeting with CEOs and other business leaders about some of his initiatives concerning infrastructure, eliminating regulations, education and workforce development. He was introduced by Vice President Pence. People: Reed Cordish; Mike Pence; Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House
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Topics: Homeland Security, Immigration
Top political stories are featured.
Topics: Homeland Security, ImmigrationTop political stories are featured.
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Topics: Russia, Homeland Security, Elections, Nuclear
Analysis and discussion of the day's top stories and compelling issues from Lawrence O'Donnell.
Topics: Russia, Homeland Security, Elections, NuclearAnalysis and discussion of the day's top stories and compelling issues from Lawrence O'Donnell.
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Topic: Jobs
A news program focusing on the intersection of Wall Street and technology, with stories of innovation and disruption along with capital markets and the global economy.
Topic: JobsA news program focusing on the intersection of Wall Street and technology, with stories of innovation and disruption along with capital markets and the global economy.
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Topics: Homeland Security, Immigration
[LIVE] President Trump spoke at a rally in Louisville, Kentucky. People: Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House Travel | Domestic Trip
Topics: Homeland Security, Immigration[LIVE] President Trump spoke at a rally in Louisville, Kentucky. People: Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House Travel | Domestic Trip
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Topics: Elections, Homeland Security
Erin Burnett stays ahead of the headlines, delivering a show that is in-depth and informative.
Topics: Elections, Homeland SecurityErin Burnett stays ahead of the headlines, delivering a show that is in-depth and informative.
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Topics: Foreign Policy, Military
The news programme for audiences who want more depth to their daily coverage. With a focus on Europe, Middle East and Africa. Also in HD. [S]
Topics: Foreign Policy, MilitaryThe news programme for audiences who want more depth to their daily coverage. With a focus on Europe, Middle East and Africa. Also in HD. [S]
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Topics: Health Care, Affordable Care Act
President Trump met with members of the Republic Study Committee in the Oval Office. He said "every single one" of the Republican Study Committee members would vote "yes" on the Republican health care replacement bill, even though they previously opposed it. People: Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House
Topics: Health Care, Affordable Care ActPresident Trump met with members of the Republic Study Committee in the Oval Office. He said "every single one" of the Republican Study Committee members would vote "yes" on the Republican health care replacement bill, even though they previously opposed it. People: Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House
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Topics: Health Care, Taxes
At her weekly briefing with reporters, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) described the Trump administration's just-released budget proposal as "not a statement of values" and a "slap in the face of the future." The White House budget proposal calls for additional defense spending and increases the budget for immigration enforcement at the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security. People: Nancy Pelosi Sponsor: U.S. Capitol | House Radio and Television Gallery
Topics: Health Care, TaxesAt her weekly briefing with reporters, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) described the Trump administration's just-released budget proposal as "not a statement of values" and a "slap in the face of the future." The White House budget proposal calls for additional defense spending and increases the budget for immigration enforcement at the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security. People: Nancy Pelosi Sponsor: U.S. Capitol | House Radio...
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Topics: Homeland Security, Wiretapping, Russia
A look at the latest news and headlines of the day features discussions of politics and culture, analysis of political correctness in "Campus Craziness" and reports on social media in "Tucker's TwitterStorm."
Topics: Homeland Security, Wiretapping, RussiaA look at the latest news and headlines of the day features discussions of politics and culture, analysis of political correctness in "Campus Craziness" and reports on social media in "Tucker's TwitterStorm."
Topic: Homeland Security, Wiretapping, Russia
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[LIVE] President Trump spoke at a rally in Nashville, Tennessee, about on the Republican Affordable Care Act replacement bill. People: Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House Travel | Domestic Trip
Topic: Health Care[LIVE] President Trump spoke at a rally in Nashville, Tennessee, about on the Republican Affordable Care Act replacement bill. People: Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House Travel | Domestic Trip
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Topics: Women, Health Care, Government Spending
Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and other Democratic Senate members briefed reporters on and responded to questions on a range of issues, including Republicans' legislation to replace the Affordable Care Act. Sponsor: U.S. Senate | Ohio Clock
Topics: Women, Health Care, Government SpendingMinority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and other Democratic Senate members briefed reporters on and responded to questions on a range of issues, including Republicans' legislation to replace the Affordable Care Act. Sponsor: U.S. Senate | Ohio Clock
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Topics: Terrorism, Guantanamo Bay
A recap of the day's news.
Topics: Terrorism, Guantanamo BayA recap of the day's news.
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Topic: Jobs
Chris Hayes discusses the day's top news.
Topic: JobsChris Hayes discusses the day's top news.
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Topics: Russia, Wiretapping
The latest news from around the world with Victor Blackwell and Christi Paul.
Topics: Russia, WiretappingThe latest news from around the world with Victor Blackwell and Christi Paul.
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Topic: Legal Issues
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) briefed reporters and responded to questions on her party's legislative agenda. She said Attorney General Jeff Sessions should resign from his post after news reports that while he was still serving as senator during the 2016 presidential campaign, he had contact with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. Attorney General Sessions during his confirmation hearing told senators he had not met with any Russian officials. She also spoke about Republican efforts to introduce legislation to replace the Affordable Care Act, and the Trump administration's budget proposal. People: Nancy Pelosi Sponsor: U.S. Capitol | House Radio and Television Gallery
Topic: Legal IssuesHouse Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) briefed reporters and responded to questions on her party's legislative agenda. She said Attorney General Jeff Sessions should resign from his post after news reports that while he was still serving as senator during the 2016 presidential campaign, he had contact with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. Attorney General Sessions during his confirmation hearing told senators he had not met with any Russian officials. She also spoke...
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Chris Cuomo and Alisyn Camerota report the latest news and top stories.
Topics: Health Care, TaxesChris Cuomo and Alisyn Camerota report the latest news and top stories.
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[LIVE] President Trump delivered his first address to a joint session of Congress less than two months after taking office. He reflected on some of the actions he had taken during his first weeks as president, and talked about a variety of issues, both foreign and domestic, that he hoped lawmakers would address in the coming months, including health care, military spending, and an overhaul of the nation's immigration laws. President Trump also called on Congress to specifically pass legislation aimed at improving and expanding the nation's infrastructure. People: Donald J. Trump Sponsor: U.S. Senate,U.S. House of Representatives,White House Travel | DC Event
Topics: NATO, Foreign Policy[LIVE] President Trump delivered his first address to a joint session of Congress less than two months after taking office. He reflected on some of the actions he had taken during his first weeks as president, and talked about a variety of issues, both foreign and domestic, that he hoped lawmakers would address in the coming months, including health care, military spending, and an overhaul of the nation's immigration laws. President Trump also called on Congress to...
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Topics: Water, Environment, Regulations
The latest news from around the world with host Brooke Baldwin.
Topics: Water, Environment, RegulationsThe latest news from around the world with host Brooke Baldwin.
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gadhafi's compound in tripoli. the fresh air strikes come hours after the leader appeared on television. it was his first public appearance since the nato air strike last year that killed one of his sons. >>> and osama bin laden kept a personal journal and u.s. officials say it is filled with details of operations. it was seized on the raid on his compound and part of a huge intelligence find that includes 100 flash drives and five computers. it changes the belief that bin laden was not directly involved in al-qaeda's planning. >>> back here at home, newt gingrich on the campaign trail. he declared he is running for president with a tweet and said he promised videos on his you tube video that there is a better american future ahead. last night he gave his first interview as a candidate to sean hannity. >> i think this country has an enormous potential to break out and to once again be at 4% unemployment, to have a surplus of american energy, to be the
gadhafi's compound in tripoli. the fresh air strikes come hours after the leader appeared on television. it was his first public appearance since the nato air strike last year that killed one of his sons. >>> and osama bin laden kept a personal journal and u.s. officials say it is filled with details of operations. it was seized on the raid on his compound and part of a huge intelligence find that includes 100 flash drives and five computers. it changes the belief that bin...
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owner surrendered him. >> pumpkin was left outside the shelter. they were closed. >> they tied him to the fence. >> reporter: i'm hanging out just chilling tracy and sandy too volunteers at monkey's house made it clear that it can be sad knowing that the dogs lives may now be short but the love they give and receive is much more important. >> it has its sad moments of course there are plenty of tears but the joy i get when i come here, um, is nothing short of amazingamazing. >> to know that there time here was the bev thing they've ever had, it makes it okay. does. >> reporter: in my short time there we played witness dogs. loved them and like michelle explained, i may have even learned from them. >> while you're doing you're still alive. those days still count. you can appreciate and see the beauty in the day you missed a day. one day closer to your death. that's how it is with these dogs they're actually better at it than we are. >> reporter: remember, today matters and live life that way. for goodness sake. i'm bill anderson. ♪
owner surrendered him. >> pumpkin was left outside the shelter. they were closed. >> they tied him to the fence. >> reporter: i'm hanging out just chilling tracy and sandy too volunteers at monkey's house made it clear that it can be sad knowing that the dogs lives may now be short but the love they give and receive is much more important. >> it has its sad moments of course there are plenty of tears but the joy i get when i come here, um,...
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but you know, jake, when you talk about planes, as i think you know, tomorrow afternoon tom perez, the chair of the democratic party and i will be taking a nine-state tour. all across this country, to do what i think is absolutely necessary, and that is to help revitalize american democracy. so many of our people are giving up on the political process, that is frightening. in the last presidential election, when trump won, we had the lowest voter turnout in 20 years and in the previous two years before that in the midterm election the lowest voter turnout in 70 years. i think what's happening is the
but you know, jake, when you talk about planes, as i think you know, tomorrow afternoon tom perez, the chair of the democratic party and i will be taking a nine-state tour. all across this country, to do what i think is absolutely necessary, and that is to help revitalize american democracy. so many of our people are giving up on the political process, that is frightening. in the last presidential election, when trump won, we had the lowest voter turnout in 20 years and in the previous two...
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adult. forgot the password. they started asking me all the public at quus lose personal questions. what's your mother's maiden name? why is your dad not proud of you? [ laughter ] then they gave me an option. they said, would you like to retrieve a security question you wrote yourself four years ago. i'm like, of course i'll know this. no lie, the question i wrote myself was, my [ bleep ] what it do. [ laughter ] you know what i mean? that means four year ago me is like, you always know what it do, homeboy! you'll never not know what it do! i have no idea what it do. i don't know what it did. i don't know why itunes let me do that. why weren't they like, are you sure? it's like a time capsule for ignorance.
adult. forgot the password. they started asking me all the public at quus lose personal questions. what's your mother's maiden name? why is your dad not proud of you? [ laughter ] then they gave me an option. they said, would you like to retrieve a security question you wrote yourself four years ago. i'm like, of course i'll know this. no lie, the question i wrote myself was, my [ bleep ] what it do. [ laughter ] you know what i mean? that means four year ago me is like, you always know what it...
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but he wants to avoid world war iii on the cable institutions. >> we frame this altogether in commercial terms. but isn't there a threat to the noncommercial sector, to the scientific sites, to the historical sites, to the cultural sites, to the sites that deal in civic engagement? they are acting from a different motive than the profit motive. aren't they at risk here? >> all those sites are like the people in fort lee, new jersey, trying to get across the george washington bridge. there are traffic cones being set up on that bridge by a private actor who's under no constraint. you know, what they're going to do, where they're going to squeeze traffic, where they're going to extract rents. but this is about the free flow of information and we should all be able to assume the presence of a nondiscriminatory, extraordinarily reliable network. >> i have to jump in on that. i think to analogize it to what chris christie's aides did on the bridge is assigning motive and punishment in a way that is really not at work. these guys think they're up to really good things. they're not setting out to punish anyone. they just think that the public interests and their interests are perfectly aligned. i don't agree. >> i don't care about their intentions. we've got a problem when one gatekeeper can have so much control over everything flowing into american houses. >> take what some of these providers say. they argue that without the power to provide the use of preferential services to the leading content providers, they won't get the revenue to invent in the future to indebt in the future, you say is still yet out there -- that we have not yet foreseen. >> over the last several years, comcast has invested just 15 percent of its revenues in expanding its network. it's in harvesting mode. it's making 95 percent plus profits for its broadband product. it has no incentive to expand its network. so yes, they'll make that argument. but the facts are directly to the contrary. >> you know, the cable industry has worked hard to see that homegrown civic initiatives toward broadband have been more or less outlawed in 19 states. i'd really like to see, in this process, some pushback on that. if you're going to make way for comcast to own this big a footprint, at least give americans, american cities, american institutions the opportunity to grow an alternative. and we should see a roll back in terms of preventing cities from building up their own fiber network. >> this industry, at&t, verizon, comcast and time warner made $1.4 trillion over the last five
but he wants to avoid world war iii on the cable institutions. >> we frame this altogether in commercial terms. but isn't there a threat to the noncommercial sector, to the scientific sites, to the historical sites, to the cultural sites, to the sites that deal in civic engagement? they are acting from a different motive than the profit motive. aren't they at risk here? >> all those sites are like the people in fort lee, new jersey, trying to get across the george...
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supposed to be the professionals that are -- supposed to be trained on how to do this the right way and people on tv see us tearing each other apart, what type of example are we setting for future generations? this goes beyond politics and isn't about politicians anymore. this is about how you and i treat one another on this stage as professional debaters and having a conversation with some sort of solution, not this type of -- >> that's the difference of professional debaters, people at home are not professional debaters, and we're all contributors to cnn. cnn is a news organization. >> that's right. >> and i think as a news organization, whether you are some know who is, you know, an anchor, or contributor, that the viewer and cnn as a news organization deserve that you come on the air and tell the truth, not to be a professional debater. >> yes. >> and i think that's where it sort of gets sort of lot st because people don't know if you're speaking the truth, or
supposed to be the professionals that are -- supposed to be trained on how to do this the right way and people on tv see us tearing each other apart, what type of example are we setting for future generations? this goes beyond politics and isn't about politicians anymore. this is about how you and i treat one another on this stage as professional debaters and having a conversation with some sort of solution, not this type of -- >> that's the difference of professional debaters,...
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don't let loose. russia and china had told us if we had walked away from this deal that they were not going to obey the sanctions any longer. i think you would have had whole defectors too. it would have been the united states and maybe britain and a few others export energy from the united states. we have several hundred years of it right here under our feet. what we need to be doing is upsetting the balance of power against the iranians, the russians and for that matter the saudis. >> okay. but that doesn't stop iran from getting a nuke. so here's my dilemma. i'm really struggling with it. if you don't make a deal with iran, because as you rightly said, they can't be trusted and they are haters and they want to kill jews and americans. that's all true. everybody knows that. if you don't make a deal with elm, this a you give them the nuke because they will get it and b once they are on the verge of getting it, israel is going to attack and world war iii breaks out and we would have to support israel. so war is a scenario. that, you know, basically the president and others who support him are saying, lack we don't want the war so we know it's a bad deal. and i think even knows it's a bad deal. we are going to do it that maybe there will be a revolution there and maybe they will be overthrown. >> there won't be in we give them 1 auto billion dollars to buy arms, bill. my god we had an opportunity in 2009 to stop it and we didn't. >> stay on topic here, if we don't make the deal, they get the nuke. >> if we don't go in and militarily make sure they don't. >> so you are basically saying there would be war. >> there could be. but the better thing is to cut them off economically. and when you say that the russians and the chinese will, we don't know that for sure. >> they absolutely said
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that far away from their fanatical cuches. hours after america was attacked by al qaeda on 9/11. thousands of muslims, regular folks celebrated in the streets. they were happy. more than 3,000 innocent people, including muslims, were murdered. again, these people are a minority but they were not called out in any official way by muslim nations around the world.
that far away from their fanatical cuches. hours after america was attacked by al qaeda on 9/11. thousands of muslims, regular folks celebrated in the streets. they were happy. more than 3,000 innocent people, including muslims, were murdered. again, these people are a minority but they were not called out in any official way by muslim nations around the world.
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>> orrin hatch called him consensus nominee. >> he is not some crazy left wing bomb thrower. he voted so the folks know in washington, d.c. to keep guns away from private stipulates, the supreme court of course said no, that is unconstitutional. but he vote to do keep t75Ñ guns away. just that vote, you must know this, alienates most in the republican party, so they never vote to confirm.
>> orrin hatch called him consensus nominee. >> he is not some crazy left wing bomb thrower. he voted so the folks know in washington, d.c. to keep guns away from private stipulates, the supreme court of course said no, that is unconstitutional. but he vote to do keep t75Ñ guns away. just that vote, you must know this, alienates most in the republican party, so they never vote to confirm.
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and mr. o'reilly, stick to the facts not your personal opinion. o'reilly factor is built around my personal opinion, sir. 20 years. thus, the name. o'reilly factor. clip mathis, watching the debate made me sick and ken azuchi, redding, california. i have to say trump scored in the debate.
and mr. o'reilly, stick to the facts not your personal opinion. o'reilly factor is built around my personal opinion, sir. 20 years. thus, the name. o'reilly factor. clip mathis, watching the debate made me sick and ken azuchi, redding, california. i have to say trump scored in the debate.
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as lenient sentencing and anti-police rhetoric kicks in. the murder rate from 2014-15 instructive. in washington, d.c. up 46%. milwaukee, up 68%. st. louis near ferguson up 51%. baltimore up 54%. denver up 75%. austin, texas, the murder rate is up a whopping 83%. those are facts.
as lenient sentencing and anti-police rhetoric kicks in. the murder rate from 2014-15 instructive. in washington, d.c. up 46%. milwaukee, up 68%. st. louis near ferguson up 51%. baltimore up 54%. denver up 75%. austin, texas, the murder rate is up a whopping 83%. those are facts.
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game hunting. and writing for an audience that was growing and growing, it was a very successful magazine. by the end of the 1930s he was appearing monthly in a magazine that had a readership of about a million men. so this is a period that helped to create that persona, that masculine persona where he was writing of himself for men about his adventures and it contributes to these apocryphal stories that are out there. >> before our next call we would like to you listen to ernest hemingway's voice. this is a little clip of him talking about the many places where he's written in his career. let's listen. >> beside the fifth column, i wrote the killers, today is friday, and indians, part of the sun also rises and the first third to have and to have not in matry. it was always a good place for working. so was paris and so were key
game hunting. and writing for an audience that was growing and growing, it was a very successful magazine. by the end of the 1930s he was appearing monthly in a magazine that had a readership of about a million men. so this is a period that helped to create that persona, that masculine persona where he was writing of himself for men about his adventures and it contributes to these apocryphal stories that are out there. >> before our next call we would like to you listen to ernest...
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night of music and debauchery. we say welcome to the emcee of cabaret, randy harrison joining us on "the 9". thanks for being here. let's talk about the fact that cabaret is 50 years old. are you finding a lot of people who are new to the show, perhaps a new generation who this is fresh for them? >> yeah, i think so. this is a very new version. and people who are used to the movie, this is a completely different show. >> talk to us about what happens inside the kit-kat club. >> yeah. everything. >> i know [ laughter ] >> i mean, the kit-kat club is a berlin cabaret nightclub. this was a specific time in german history. so it was very liberal. it was very sexual. very sensual. very politically engaged cabaret scene. >> this is a little bit of the show on the screen. i have watched your transformation from what you are in front of me to the emcee. you know, make-up and hair and eyebrows. we see an awful lot of your body in this show.
night of music and debauchery. we say welcome to the emcee of cabaret, randy harrison joining us on "the 9". thanks for being here. let's talk about the fact that cabaret is 50 years old. are you finding a lot of people who are new to the show, perhaps a new generation who this is fresh for them? >> yeah, i think so. this is a very new version. and people who are used to the movie, this is a completely different show. >> talk to us about what...
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next day. he understands it's a big problem. is he working on it now, what am i going to do start a trade war with china in the middle of him work obligorren a bigger problem, frankly with north korea? i'm dealing with china with great respect. i have great respect for him. we will see what he can do. maybe he won't be able to help. that's possible. i think he is trying. maybe he won't be able to help. that's a whole different story. we will see what happens. ainsley: it can't hurt. >> no. somebody said currency manipulation. what am i going to do in the middle of him talking with north korea i'm going to hit them with currency manipulation? this is the fake media that just does a number. think of it. he is working so nicely that many coal ships have been sent back. fuel is being sent back. they're not dealing the same way. nobody has ever seen it like that. nobody has ever seen such a
next day. he understands it's a big problem. is he working on it now, what am i going to do start a trade war with china in the middle of him work obligorren a bigger problem, frankly with north korea? i'm dealing with china with great respect. i have great respect for him. we will see what he can do. maybe he won't be able to help. that's possible. i think he is trying. maybe he won't be able to help. that's a whole different story. we will see what happens. ainsley: it can't hurt....
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next. ed: pick um another flight. >> correct. by dislodging this contractual. he bought the ticket. he peaced the tsa. he was in his seat.
next. ed: pick um another flight. >> correct. by dislodging this contractual. he bought the ticket. he peaced the tsa. he was in his seat.
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what made you change your mind to not continue? as was notedcer: on friday, we are following the same procedure that every administration has done for beginning of time. we will comply with the presidential records act as stated by law. reporter: why is the president -- secretary spicer: it is not objecting. it is following the law, both the presidential records act and the federal records act.
what made you change your mind to not continue? as was notedcer: on friday, we are following the same procedure that every administration has done for beginning of time. we will comply with the presidential records act as stated by law. reporter: why is the president -- secretary spicer: it is not objecting. it is following the law, both the presidential records act and the federal records act.
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brian: paris agreement. are we on the path of getting out of that. >> paris is something that we need to really look at closely because it is something we need to exit in my opinion. it's a bad deal for america. it was an american second or third or fourth kind of approach. china and india had no obligations under the agreement until 2030. we front loaded. steve: what's your biggest objection. >> that. america was put last. previous administration went into paris and said china and india had no obligations until 2030 and america was going to cost itself jobs as it relates to the obligations there. people say it's not enforceable? every meeting i have had with my counterparts from germany, canada and others the first question they ask me what are you going to do to comply with paris? what that means is contracting our economy to serve and really satisfy europe and
brian: paris agreement. are we on the path of getting out of that. >> paris is something that we need to really look at closely because it is something we need to exit in my opinion. it's a bad deal for america. it was an american second or third or fourth kind of approach. china and india had no obligations under the agreement until 2030. we front loaded. steve: what's your biggest objection. >> that. america was put last. previous administration went into paris and...
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city say sometimes unsavory characters in times square just need to be pulled in. >> when the family chose not to give a larger tip, strawberry shortcake ripped off her head and started cursing at the family. >> what is wrong with people? really? the man in the spiderman costume is charged with assaulting a police officer. >> people are crazy. >> i'm thinking the guy really wasn't using his spider senses at all. >> you are from new york. what is the deal? >> that is funny. that would not be me. i wouldn't be in a costume in the first place. >> i just got back from vacation. absolutely surprised it is 82 degrees here in july. >> reporter: once again, we have another great cool down coming our way. tomorrow is one of those days if you can get out of work,
city say sometimes unsavory characters in times square just need to be pulled in. >> when the family chose not to give a larger tip, strawberry shortcake ripped off her head and started cursing at the family. >> what is wrong with people? really? the man in the spiderman costume is charged with assaulting a police officer. >> people are crazy. >> i'm thinking the guy really wasn't using his spider senses at all. ...
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how does that help us, right? where is that gjgood? it's not. so i would say, congratulations, that's the good news. let me give you the bad news. every car and every truck and every part manufactured in this plant that comes across thexérñ border we're going to charge you a 35% tax. okay? and that tax is going to be paid simultaneously with the transaction, and that's it. now, here is what is going to happen. if it's not me in the position, it's one of these politicians that we are running against the 400 people that we are dealing with and they are not so stupid and they know it's not a good thing, and they may be upset about it, and then they are going to get a call from the donors or probably the lobbyist for ford and say you can't do that to ford because ford takes care of me and i take care of you, and you can't do that to
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dictator. >> "the dictator" is coming. wh whap. then he slaps the dictator upside the head. the man the president of the european commission is calling a dictator in that video is the prime minister of hungary and when they march against him in the streets of hungary they actually call him not the dictator, they call him the victator because his name was victor. he started an anti-communist movement in his country. by the time he was 35 years old he was the youngest every prime minister of his country. he was elected prime minister when he was 35 years old in 1998 but it's interesting, he only served one term. he lost in the next election and that apparently made an impression on him. he apparently decided that not only would he come back to power but if and when he got a second shot, he would not want to lose that power maybe ever again and
dictator. >> "the dictator" is coming. wh whap. then he slaps the dictator upside the head. the man the president of the european commission is calling a dictator in that video is the prime minister of hungary and when they march against him in the streets of hungary they actually call him not the dictator, they call him the victator because his name was victor. he started an anti-communist movement in his country. by the time he was 35 years old he was the...
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is a 10 that are or 12th time he's denied being for the war. we have it on tape. the entire press corps looked eight. it's been debunked but never stops him -- >> has not been debunked. >> go to hillaryclinton dot.com. >> it has not been rebunked you voted for it you shouldn't have. well, i just -- >> i'd like to move on, to online question. >> she went about 25 seconds over her time. >> she did not. >> can i respond to this? >> very quickly please. >> hillary clinton in terms of having people come into our country, we have many criminal illegal aliens, when we want to send them back to their country, their country says we don't want them. in some case murderers, drug lords, drug problems. they don't want them. hillary clinton when she's was secretary of state said that's hock we can't force it into their country. i'm going to force them right back into their country. they are murderers and very bad people. and i will tell you, very strongly when bernie sanders said she had bad judgment she
is a 10 that are or 12th time he's denied being for the war. we have it on tape. the entire press corps looked eight. it's been debunked but never stops him -- >> has not been debunked. >> go to hillaryclinton dot.com. >> it has not been rebunked you voted for it you shouldn't have. well, i just -- >> i'd like to move on, to online question. >> she went about 25 seconds over her time. >> she did not....
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results begins at 7:00 eastern. >> donald trump in ohio just outside of dayton. he discussed foreign policy and cut about the cancellation of the campaign event in chicago friday night. ohio holds its primary tuesday. this is just over one hour. ♪ ♪ cheering] >> the best. the best. position. in his thank you all very much. cheering] what a good guy. i love ohio. , i love in ohio cincinnati. i had a great experience early on. i bought it with my father and it worked out well. i ran the job myself. i was very young. i bought it for this and i sold it for this. it is like getting a home run your first time at bat. i always have a great feeling for ohio. the people are amazing people. cheering] i don't know if the media is getting this. hanger.a full this is a big hangar. we figured the crowd would be ok. we have so many thousands of people extra we had to put them in the runway. they never want to capture that. it is fantastic. let's address it. i love you too. amazing. this is amazing. let's address yesterday. so, look. inhad a tremendous rally chicago planned. 25,000 people. the arena was seeding 11,000. we registered more than 25,000. cheering] that's ok. you are loyal but that's ok. it was very interesting. these were great people like yourselves. people that want to make america great again. that is all it is. arenaere pouring into the . all of a sudden a planned attack came out of nowhere by people that were professional people. they are all printed. they have a marco who made them. done via a group. all professionally done. a disgrace if you want to know the truth. we were able to let a lot of them know don't go. likeuld have had a problem you would not have the. they would have wiped them out and that would not have been good. we made a decision. i hated to do this. it would have been easier to go. i didn't want to see anybody hurt. we have people that are so amazing, it is not necessarily loyal to me, it is loyal to the country. cheers] the usa is right. they are loyal to the country. they want great security. they want great military. they want a border. they want a wall. [cheers] [crowd chanting] build that wall, build that wall, build that wall! mr. trump: we are going to build the wall folks. don't worry. who is going to pay for the wall? mexico!d] mr. trump: do we have a good time? i watched -- i shouldn't say it. lyin'hed little marco and ted cruz. he holds up that bible then he puts it down and lies. even rubio says he is a liar. i have the evangelical vote. i've had great support from jerry falwell junior, sarah palin. we have such unbelievable support. i have the evangelical vote. i won in south carolina. he was supposed to win in south carolina. we got the evangelicals. they don't like liars. [applause] so, anyway. just as i'm watching this, they said at our rallies we would never have anything like that. they don't have any people at their rallies folks. [laughter] [applause] they had this hangar, they would have people in that corner office. and don't call it a town hall meeting. they say town hall meetings. why don't you have more town hall meetings. because i have too many people. anyway. [applause] i would like to have a couple of town hall meetings but we would have to turn away how many people? 44,000? so, what happened yesterday was incredible. we dealt with law enforcement. .e love our police secret service, great, the whole group. it was determined if we go in it could cause bad vibes. they want me to tell my people please be nice. my people are nice. the people who came their personae's. , thatople that were there were invited there, thousands and thousands, they caused no problems. they were taunted and harassed by these people, some represented bernie, our communist fan. boo.d] there werethe reason no hillary people, they have no fervor. bernie should get up and say to his people stop. not me. trump, he should get up this morning and tell his people to be nice. my people are nice. they are great. my people are great. my people are great. so here is the story. we get up and make the decision. people in the audience were devastated. some of them got eight hours early. they are standing there for eight hours like you. raise your hand. we love you. don't worry. i will sign autographs. don't let them rip you away from that. anyways. what happens is everybody was fine and behaving. what they have done on the other side, moveon.org, one of these groups. these are bad people. these are people that don't want to see our country be great again. i am telling you that. we can get along with people. we are going to unify the country. our president has divided this country so badly. he has been -- the great divider. when he got elected i said i don't think he is going to be a good president. who knows. i wished he were. i wish i didn't have to do this. but we have to. we have no choice. when you look at the iran deal, the horrible trade deals, our jobs are being sucked away. it is unbelievable what is happening. our military can't beat isis. it is being depleted. our veterans are being treated horribly. our border is a piece of swiss cheese, people come pouring across. let me tell you. at the top of that we have a divided country. we have black and white, and every other thing. everybody hates everybody. even in congress. you look at washington politicians, they hate each other. the democrats hate the republicans. liberals hate the conservatives. we have got to change our thinking. if there is a group out there just throw them the hell out. [crowd cheers] [crowd chanting] mr. trump: we cannot let our first amendments -- we cannot let our first amendment rights be taken away from us. we can't let it happen. we have a right to speak. we are law abiding people. we are people who work very hard. we have built this country and made this country great. and we are all together. we want to get along with everybody. when they have organized wiseguys, we have to fight back. [applause] mr. trump: do you have anybody? hello. i love the protesters. they will not show. the media is the most dishonest group of people i have ever met. they will say today donald trump had a small crowd, a smattering of people. they don't say it was so big it was bursting out of the biggest hangar i have ever seen. they will say a small crowd or a representative crowd was there. we have these everywhere. we have a amazing people in this country. i'm so impressed with the people of our country. we are going to start making apple products in the united states. not in china. when the carrier air conditioner says they are leaving the united states, 1400 people because they ,re going to build in mexico and nabisco is leaving chicago because they are one to build in mexico, not going to happen with me. we are going to keep our businesses here. [crowd cheers] mr. trump: let me talk about your governor. do you mind? i want to tell you. it's a boring subject but we will talk about him anyway. he was the managing director of lehman brothers, one of the great catastrophes in the history of this world. almost brought down the world. -- john kasich was a managing director. he was there with the people making these horrible decisions. he voted for nafta and you forgot. ooing] b mr. trump: nafta has destroyed new england. you have fought for years and years. you will never recover completely from it. we are bringing those businesses back. so, putting the vote in my opinion, anyone who puts their hand up for nafta, it wiped out states. it wiped out new england. it has taken years and years. you look at those factories. they are made into senior citizen housing. but we need jobs. ,ur jobs are going to china japan, mexico. our jobs are going to vietnam. we are losing our jobs, our manufacturing. it is losing no matter health care trade. think of it. right? great military, but we have a problem. our military can't beat isis. we could not them out in 2 days -- knock them out in 2 days. we are politically correct warriors. we can attack the oil because it's going to go into the environment and effect the carbon footprint. do you believe this? i have been saying for four years to hit the oil. i have been saying it for years. i also said it don't get into iraq you are going to destabilize the middle east,. i said, don't go into iraq. it turned out that in all fairness they did not have weapons of mass destruction's. i'm not saying i knew that. we have destabilized the middle east. all of the things that you see now, that was one of the worst decisions ever made. obama made it worse. [crowd booing] when he got out, instead of slowly getting out and not saying when keeping some soldiers. he announces a date. "we are going to be leaving by such and such a date." the other side is looking at this, i can't believe you gave us the date. it must be some kind of a wiseguy move, right? it wasn't. he moved out that date. they'll just go back. he said, we are sending 50 soldiers in. and then you say, why can't we be unpredictable in war? these dishonest people say, what would you do about isis? i don't want to lay out my plans. i wanted to knock the crap out of the oil. [cheering] but i do want to say it, i want to surprise the enemy. i want a surprise, unpredictability. general douglas macarthur, i have great respect for him and general george patton. do you know what they are doing now? spinningsitting -- are in their graves as we announce every single move. we announce a few months ago, we are sending us 50 soldiers. number one, that's not even a good announcement. these are very elite people, very talented. they right now have a target on the back because of the announcement. why not just send them in and keep your mouth shut and just relax? [crowd booing] [cheering] let me just go over couple things with kasich in we will be done. he is not the right guy to the president. he is not tough enough, he is not sharp enough. in my opinion, maybe he wins ohio, maybe he doesn't. [crowd booing] weak on illegal immigration. he's totally in favor of amnesty, which you cannot be in favor of. look folks, either we have a country or we don't. he is very weak on the immigration and he wants amnesty. he has wanted it always. everything that you have right now -- your industries that have not been taken out of ohio, here is what we have to do. we have to protect your coal industry, which is getting decimated. hed we have to protect te steel industry. your governor is in favor of the transpacific partnership, which is a disaster. [crowd booing] i'm telling you it is a disaster. i was so strong in the debate on it. did i do well in that debate? [cheering] did i? you know, i actually like debating the other way better. but they all came to me, even my daughter ivanka, dad, you're the smartest one up there, but you have to act presidential. do you mind if i take off my coat? the weather is so beautiful. [cheering] [chanting] dad, you: ivanka said have to act presidential. but don't fall for it when they attack you. and i said to myself, here is the problem. you have little marco saying all sorts of things. which were not true, by the way. i was getting ready to grab him. when he was choking like a dog, i was getting ready to take that hand and hold him up. i thought he was going down with chris christie, who endorsed him, by the way. ben carson yesterday endorsed me. [cheering] it's interesting, i got a call from a couple of great people, strong evangelicals. they said, we were teetering on you a little bit. we were sort of there, but maybe we weren't going to get there. as soon as ben carson endorsed you, we are there. we are with you 100%. coal industry, all these industries are under siege. the epa, they are a disaster what they are doing. and what they are doing to ohio, more so than most, they are incomplete disaster. we're going to change things around. the transpacific partnership is going to destroy your auto industry in ohio. they are going to take it away from you, just like a bunch of babies. not going to happen if i am president, okay? not gooing to happen. it is a horrible trade agreement, doesn't get any worse. you have 12 countries, all of whom want to rip our heart art. you have china, which is not a part of it, but wants to be a part of it at a later date. they are watching every move. the documents is 6-7000 pages long. it is too complicated and too vague. each country knows every word of that document. our congressmen and our senators have never even looked at it or read it. we don't know what the hell it says. we should not do it. the most important weapon that they have to kill our industry and to destroy us on trade is monetary manipulation. evaluation of their currencies. -- devaluation of their currencies. the greatest master is china. mexico is getting good at it. japan is a global professional. what they are doing with the yen and what they are doing to us with cars is incredible. it has to stop. you go over to los angeles. you see those boats, the biggest ships you have ever seen loaded up with cars from japan. nascar, they endorsed trump. trump! [cheering] in many of the drivers, we have such great people up there, including the young hot rookie, chase elliott. and his father bill. a great group. they get it. they are really smart people. we have to keep our industry. your governor wants to do tpp. you have to take it away. he has to take that support away. ohio is a target of tpp. you will lose your auto industry entirely. you have to get it stopped. with all of that said, you have a governor that honestly, if you didn't hit oil, ohio would be a disaster right now. you got lucky he was sitting on top of oil, folks. like saudi arabia got lucky. by the way, we protect saudi arabia. they are making $1 million a date, they pay us peanuts. like we are indentured servants. they pay us peanuts. they make $1 million a date. --$1 billion a day. now that the oil is down, you have big problems coming. in the u.s., you have the largest increase in a budget. 35-36% in the budget of ohio. you can't rely on oil because the price is so low. you better be careful. i have been seeing signs. ohio is in trouble because of the price of oil. made a lot of money with oil. you were lucky as hell. a lot of places are cutting, but they don't have the oil factor. arabia, if you look at all these countries -- nobody richer relatively than saudi arabia. they make $1 million a day. -- $1 billion a day. just toyou $1 million turn over a button on these ships. you turn on one of the engines, $1 million down the drain. we spent billions of dollars protecting wealthy countries. we are not a wealthy country. we own $19 trillion. -- we owe $19 trillion. our country is weak, soft, we have leadership that is pathetic. it has to change, folks. [cheering] this whole thing of torture -- nobody wants torture. but we are dealing with people that are animals. people in the middle east that chop off heads, that drowned the people of the time in heavy steel cages. they drop them in the water, usually the ocean, wherever they can find, and drop them in the water. they hold them for one hour, then put them back all dead. then they put another 50 in. we are dealing with animals. the question was asked, they went to ted cruz on my left. by the way, i have been in the center of every debate from the beginning. [cheering] before.ver did this i never debated before. i do get credit. said, you wiseguys know the amazing thing about trump? he is not a politician. he has only done this for eight months and is killing everybody. [cheering] i like that. i still believe in competence over experience. and yet i have great experience. i have been dealing on the other side of the equation for a long time. nobody knows politicians better than i do. nobody knows about all the things like taxes, which a are a disaster. but pacs and funding. i hate to say this, i was very establishment nine months ago. i dealt from that side. then i saw how stupid everybody was, the stupid decisions. i said, i'm going to become very antiestablishment, and i said i'm going to win. [cheering] said, dostablishment you believe this, trump is running? he is so funding his campaign, he doesn't want our money. we can't control him, we have to fight him. [cheering] because i know it has to be done. just to finish on torture, i love hopping around. some people said it's like a great chess game. they asked ted cruz a question on waterboarding. here are people that are in like medieval times. james foley was beginning, right? a wonderful young man. so many wonderful young people, a lot of christians. christians --everybody who gets in their way, chop off their heads. we can't allow that. in our world, we cannot allow that. we shouldn't have gone there, but now we have to stop it. now we have to knock the hell out of them. [cheering] ted cruz was right here on my left. he's a nice guy, except he lies so much. senator cruz, would you think about waterboarding? he goes, oh man, uh, whitney go back and talk to my consultant. they are all afraid about being politically correct. then they go to meet, because he did not give an answer. he is a great debater but a lousy talker, does that make sense? [laughter] greatt know if he is a debater. i think i beat him in all of the debates. [cheering] ted cruz, it is from three debates ago, he gave a nonanswer, which is unlike him in all fairness. they came to me. i said in front of the audience. i have more money than all of them together. i don't have a pollster. i don't want a pollster. good, theye any would be doing what we are doing right? they spent hundreds of thousands on pollsters. they came to me, what do you think about waterboarding? east,, in the middle they are chopping off heads, they are drowning people, they are killing people. they would kill us so quickly if they had the capability. and they are trying to get that, which is why we have to kill them, just so you understand. [cheering] if there weren't massive weaponry available today, i would say get out in rebuild our country fast. we probably spent $5 trillion in the middle east. go back 15 years. we were much better off then. if saddam hussein was in charge, the bad guy. they always say, he admires saddam hussein -- i can't stand the guy. putin said donald trump is a genius. but putin said good things about me. genius."eader, a they said, you admire president putin. i said no, i don't admire him. he is a strong leader, which he is. he might be bad or good, but he is a strong leader. "you said the chinese and tiananmen square, they were right." i said no, they put down a riot viciously. i did not say they were right, they were not right. they are so dishonest. if i do not have a speaker , andm in terms of my mouth twitter at @realdonaldtrump by the way. this twitter and facebook is so great. when they lie on television, i will do it myself, ding ding d ing, press. and 12 seconds later, we have breaking news from donald trump. [laughter] i was watching cnn before. i said kasich without oil would have been nothing, boom. and all of a sudden they say, we have breaking news. in the old days it would have taken years to get word out. it's great stuff. we have to get strong and smart. they ask about torture. you have to do some warm-up because it is a lousy subject. i said, i am 100% fine with waterboarding. and it should be increased. [cheering] they say he wants to disobey the law's, and yes we have laws. we are too rough with their enemies -- they just chopped off 3 heads of christians who went over there to help people. they get caught, they grabbed them and chop off their heads because they are great people that are helping people. and i say to myself, and i have to defend this? hwe have rules and regulations and rules of engagement. they have nothing. very hard to beat somebody when you have rules and regulations at a very high level. this has never happened before. we catch one of these animals that had just chopped off 10 heads. we never know where we can try them. first of all they go to guantanamo bay. [cheering] we don't want them there. they are going to guantanamo bay, and that is going to be it. do you see the money we spend there? hundreds of millions of dollars a year, and we have 90 prisoners or 60 prisoners left. believe me, we can do better than that. spend hundreds of millions of dollars maintaining a place for 90 people. we can do much better. our government is so fat and disgusting. waterboarding is fine. and also, if we can go much worse than that, that is ok with me too,r ight? [cheering] say, he may not obey the laws -- we are not allowed waterboard. waterboarding is considered -- look, torture is terrible right? but when somebody is doing what they are doing, these horrible acts, we have to fight like we have to fight. we have no choice. we have to expand our laws. we want to knock them so fast and so furious. the isis guy eat dinner like we do. different locations, different people, we all have dinner. can you imagine them having dinner, in each one chopped off 3 heads and drowned 70 people. and they are talking about the u.s. not wanting to allowed waterboarding, which a lot of people don't consider torture. think of it. can you imagine what these people say? how ineffective and stupid we are? there is a story that i tell, when we were strong. in 1919, should i tell the story? some of you have heard it. should i tell it? [cheering] it is a rough story. the media says, oh it's a terrible story. i am just telling the truth. it's in the philippines. he is sitting on a horse. they were having problems with radical islamic terrorism. whoa, i'm so shocked. this is 1919. have to get to the bottom of it. we cannot allow people into the country that want to destroy us. we cannot do it. we cannot allow the migration of syrians into the country. we don't know who they are or where they come from. the general and the proteins -- general in the philippines, they were having a problem. the only difference now is the weaponry. in those days, you did not have that. but you still have a tremendous problem. they catch 50 terrorists. a little different than we handle them today. today we read them their rights, blah blah blah, feed them the best food, given areas to pray. we are wonderful, stupid people okay? pershing, a tough guy going.ld the whole deal they catch 50 terrorists. they were doing tremendous destruction. he lined them up to be shot. knows they are guilty, they have admitted their guilt. lines 50 up to be shot. swine, pig all about, a big problem for them. he took 2 pigs, chop them open, took the bullets and drop them into the pigs, swish them around so that there was blood on the bullets. had his men to put the bullets into the rifle. they put the bullets into the rifle and they shot 49 men. we don't like this, but i'm just saying, we have to win. blown up byt be everybody. they put bullets in the rifles and shot 49 of the 50 men dead. bullet inig-infested each one. they dunked the bodies into a mass grave and took the final bullet and gave it to the one person they decided not to shoot. they said here, take this bullet, go back to your people and explain what we just did. [cheering] that is not the end. want to hear the end? he went back and said what just happened -- for 28 years, there was no terrorism. [cheering] i'm not saying that is a good thing, a bad thing. this is history. this is what is going on. wheeler are going to win or lose. we cannot continue to go the way we are going now. we are either going to win or lose the battle. we have to clean it out. these are people that have horrible thoughts, visions that you wouldn't believe. interestingly, when i won in south carolina, just before the vote the pope said bad about me. said somethings about donald trump. what he said is what the mexicans told him. we have to stop illegal immigration. they said, it's terrible what this american trump wants to do. the next day he issued such a nice statement. you can't get the pope to apologize. i felt i could win in south carolina, even though it was supposed to be cruz territory. i won in a landslide. [cheering] by the way, i won with women, men, highly educated, less than highly educated, i won with soldiers, vets, evangelicals. i won with everybody. i don't want to put the police at any discomfort level. they would have been very uncomfortable. the secret service guys are fantastic people. i do want to put them through a strong test. we were given credit for doing the right thing. by doing what i did, that story is all over the world. we made the rate decision under a great deal of pressure. who else would make that? go, do it, let people play in her themselves. i did not want to see that happen. the people that protested, one theyem said they think gave trump an awfully good platform. theread a lot of people that are not really good. [yelling] [chanting] alright, we have to have one protester right? he's a whack job. [cheering] so we have one protester. and what, the story tomorrow? massive protest at trump rally. they won't talk about the crowd because again, they are the worst. we are going to strengthen our country. we are hopefully going to win ohio. [cheering] kasich is a baby. he can't be president. too many problems. letting people come into our country. just the fact that he approved nafta. the fact that he was with lehman brothers. he can't be president. it would not be a good situation. i will do such a great job, you have no idea. [cheering] a lot of people are going to be surprised. i will bring unity back. i will bring jobs back from china, from japan. i will bring our jobs back from mexico. i will bring jobs back to this country. you won't even believe it. we are going to start winning again. just a couple of things. second amendment, we are going to fight and not give it up. [cheering] donald trump: we are going to fight, we are not going to give up. us trade deals, they need more than we need them. [applause] donald trump: and they say, he cannot be a true conservative. i am the most conservative person in the world. on everything. on health care -- but they say he is not a free trader. he is not a conservative. . nice guy.as not a he should have been, but he was not. we are going to be so strong on trade. , theo-called conservatives people who do not know what is happening. are you ok? do not worry about it. it is easy over there, they can put him out on the runway. [applause] [laughter] donald trump: i am a free trader. let me tell you, it have to be smart trade. china, we have a trait -- trade deficit with china this year, over $500 billion. we cannot have that. it has been going on for years. $300 billion, $400 billion, $500 billion. and as they say, he will solder a tray war -- he will create a trade war. we would be better off doing that man losing $500 billion. who wants to do that? yesterday, in the times, they had a big story that donald trump has totally changed on trade. 200 years everybody talks about free trade. so do i. you know what, it needs to be fair trade, smart trade, we need to do something. i have friends that are manufacturers, they cannot get their product into china. they charge for everything over there. i have friends that are absolute great manufacturers, they make a greater product and -- than anything and china. and when they do, they get charged a massive tax. we do not do that, because we do not know what is going on. those days are over. many of the great businessmen of the world -- we need to use our top chess players. that is what they are. the great people, the people who have made this -- there is a reason -- they are great negotiators. they want to help. they will come in. if i put carl and some of the other great names, you know them, some of them are better than all of them. i know so many people. we have the greatest negotiators and we do not use them, we use political hacks to make deals with china, japan, i mean, we have caroline kennedy representing us in japan. she admits, she got the job -- how did she get it? i do not know. [laughter] she is a lovely person. i like her because i want the -- ivanka likes her. i just do not want her trading on automobiles. i want to get one of the killers, right? somebody who you do not want to have dinner with. some of these guys are so bad, if you ever met them -- if this beautiful, young woman met them, you would get sick to your stomach. he would say, he is horrible. he is rude, crude, vicious, you want nothing to do with him. i want him negotiating for us. [applause] ok? i have the best. some of them are very nice, not many of them, but some of them. these are our greatest negotiators, the greatest in the world. but we are losing companies. pfizer is leaving. take a look. veryhey say, that is not -- you know, free. this was just announced. here is what i do. ford, that is bigger. 2.5 billion dollar plan, but i have been talking about that for a long time. now they are doubling up. it was announced three years ago. they are going to mexico. you know why, because nobody said, you cannot leave us like this. he cannot keep doing this. take it. this is so easy. i do not want to use carl, this is so easy. i do this stuff so well. so here is the story. by the way, i put in some of the greatest financial statements ever seen into the general elections commission. everybody says, you will not get financials, i reported all of them and reporters are saying, oh damon -- they were hoping. and a very rich guy told me, now i know you are rich. you better believe it. anyway, so i built a great company, very little debt, tremendous cash flow. we had a big championship last week my hundreds of acres in miami. i own all of these buildings, trump tower, the bank of america building in san francisco, all of these. tremendous assets. the reason i say that, very simple. because that is the kind of thinking we need in our country, at least for a wild. [applause] we need it. so, we are going to get the best people. kerry, they announced that some but he had a cell phone with a camera. these are wonderful things. he is -- some management guide is saying, we are closing after many years. they did a great job. great-looking people. it is devastating good we are moving to mexico, the luck. it was not a warm speech, it was like goodbye, we are moving to mexico. i would call, i know this isn't presidential, my daughter would say, you cannot call them, this is not presidential. you know, i was like this great student. really, i went to the best schools. my uncle was a top professor at m.i.t., a super genius. i know exactly, i know it will not be presidential, i say, who cares. my daughter says, act presidential credit when they came out me -- presidential. when they came out me -- at me, so far, everybody has come out me -- at me has gone down the tubes. [laughter] wouldn't that be great for the nation? think of it, i do not to mention the names, some of them have called me wanting to endorse me. ]building -- booing get him out. get him out of here. [applause] [chanting trump] >> trump! donald trump: why angry? why is he angry? trade going to make great deals, why would anybody be upset? what took him so long to put up his hand, we are almost finished. what took him so long? [yelling] donald trump: go back home, to mommy. go back home. go back home. the guy looks like he is 15 years old. what is going on? .ake him home to mom she will lock him in his bedroom. so, folks, here is what happens. i will call of carrier, the president did i have to do it. i know it is not -- [indiscernible] [booing] [chanting trump] >> trump. trump. trump. [was histling] [chanting usa] donald trump: thank you for the warning. i was ready for him, but it is easier if the cops do it. what a great job. [applause] donald trump: what a great job. had such an easy life, what do i need this for? you know why, because i have done great and i love this country. we are going to make our country great again. it is payback time. [applause] these guys are fantastic. let me tell you, i am going to call up carrier and i will tell the head of the company, enjoy your stay in mexico. every single unit you make and send across the border, you'll pay a 35% tax. 35%. [applause] donald trump: you know what they will do? they will call in 24 hours, because i am not taken care of by special interests or donors, they will call me and they will go, mr. president, we are moving back into the usa and we will build in the united states. that is what will happen, 100% true. [applause] donald trump: let me just tell you, let me just tell you. are you ready? we do not win anymore, but we will start winning. we will win with our military, we will take care of our vets. [applause] donald trump: and by the way, our military, the least expensive thing we can do because we do not want to use -- lose it, remember i am the most militaristic person here, but i was against that ridiculous war. our military will be bigger, better, stronger than ever before and nobody will mess with us. [applause] donald trump: nobody. ofare going to get rid common core and we are bringing our education back. [applause] donald trump: we are going to repeal and replace obamacare and we will win with its replacement. [applause] donald trump: we are going to have such strong borders, you're going to be so proud of them. we will have a wall and we will keep -- and we'll keep people coming in to the country, but they will come legally. [applause] importantmp: now, so is this. so important. -- john kasich cannot do the job. most people cannot pronounce his name. pretend it is a "k". he cannot do the job. i hope you go to the polls. is there anything more fun than a trump rally? [applause] donald trump: i hope you go to the polls, you need to go to the polls. the last time i made people -- i said, but of your hand -- put up your hand and swear you will go. do you want to do that? [applause] donald trump: ready? i love you all by the way. [applause] "i swear on: say, tuesday i will go and vote for donald trump." [applause] donald trump: thank you. thank you everybody. love your people. i love ohio. here is the story, we are going to win. we are going to win so much, you are going to get tired of waiting -- maybe. -- winning -- maybe. we are going to win everything. you will be so proud of your president, your country. gogo on tuesday. thank you. i love you ohio. thank you. i love you. thank you. 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john g. roberts jr. who will administer the presidential oath of office. everyone please stand. [ applause ] >> please raise your right hand, and repeat after me. i, donald john trump, do solemnly swear. >> i donald john trump, do solemnly swear. >> that i will faithfully execute. >> that i will faithfully execute. >> the office of president of the united states. >> the office of president of the united states. >> and will to the best of my ability. >> and will to the best of my ability. >> preserve, protect and defend. >> preserve, protect and defend. >> the constitution of the united states. >> the constitution of the united states. >> so help me god. >> so help me god. >> congratulations, mr. president. ♪ [ applause ] ♪ >> what a great honor to be able to introduce for the first time ever anywhere, the 45th president of the united states of america, donald j. trump. [ applause ] >> chief justice roberts, president carter, president clinton, president bush, president obama, fellow americans, and people of the world, thank you. [ applause ] we, the citizens of america, are now joined in a great national effort to rebuild our country and restore its promise for all of our people. together we will determine the course of america and the world for many, many years to come. we will face challenges. we will confront hardships, but we will get the job done. every four yearse gather on these steps to carry out the orderly and peaceful transfer of power, and we are grateful to president obama and first lady michelle obama, for their gracious aid throughout this transition. they have been magnificent. thank you. [ applause ] today's ceremony, however, has very special meaning because today we are not merely transferring power from one administration to another or from one party to another, but we are transferring power from washington, d.c. and giving it back to you, the people. [ applause ] for too long a small group in our nation's capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have born the cost. washington flourished but the people did not share in its wealth. politicians prospered but the jobs left and the factories closed. the establishment protected itself but not the citizens of our country. their victories have not been your victories. their triumphs have not been your triumphs and while they celebrated in our nation's capital, there was little to celebrate for struggling families all across our land. [ applause ] that all changes starting right here and right now because this moment is your moment. it belongs to you. [ applause ] it belongs to everyone gathered here today and everyone watching all across america. this is your day. this is your celebration, and this, the united states of america, is your country. [ applause ] what truly matters is not which party controls our government, but whether our government is controlled by the people. [ applause ] january 20th, 2017, will be remembered as the day the people became the rulers of this nation again. [ applause ] the forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer. [ applause ] everyone is listening to you now. you came by the tens of millions to become part of an historic movement, the likes of which the world has never seen before. [ applause ] at the center of this movement is a crucial conviction that a nation exists to serve its citizens. americans want great schools for their children, safe neighborhoods for their families, and good jobs for themselves. these are just and reasonable demands of righteous people and a righteous public, but for too many of our citizens, a different reality exists. mothers and children trapped in poverty in our inner cities, rusted out factories scattered like tombstones across the landscape of our nation. an education system flush with cash but which leaves our young and beautiful students deprived of all knowledge. and the crime and the gangs and the drugs that have stolen too many lives and robbed our country of so much unrealized potential. this american carnage stops right here and stops right now. [ applause ] we are one nation and their pain is our pain. their dreams are our dreams, and their success will be our success. we share one heart, one home, and one glorious destiny. the oath of office i take today is an oath of allegiance to all americans. [ applause ] for many decades we've enriched foreign industry at the expense of american industry, subsidized the armies of other countries while allowing for the very sad depletion of our military. we've defended other nations borders while refusing to defend our own. [ applause ] and spent trillions and trillions of dollars overseas while america's infrastructure has fallen into disrepair and decay. we've made other countries rich while the wealth, strength and confidence of our country has dissipated over the horizon. one by one, the factories shuttered and left our shores with not even a thought about the millions and millions of american workers that were left behind. the wealth of our middle class has been ripped from their homes and then redistributed all across the world. but that is the past and now we are looking only to the future. [ applause ] we assembled here today are issuing a new decree to be heard in every city, in every foreign capital, and in every hall of power. from this day forward, a new vision will govern our land. from this day forward, it's going to be only america first. america first. [ applause ] every decision on trade, on taxes, on immigration, on foreign affairs will be made to benefit american workers and american families. we must protect our borders from the ravages of other countries making our products, stealing our companies, and destroying our jobs. protection will lead to great prosperity and strength. i will fight for you with every breath in my body, and i will never, ever let you down. [ applause ] america will start winning again. winning like never before. we will bring back our jobs. we will bring back our borders. we will bring back our wealth. and we will bring back our dreams. [ applause ] we will build new roads and highways and bridges and airports and tunnels and railways all across our wonderful nation. we will get our people off of welfare and back to work rebuilding our country with american hands and american labor. [ applause ] we will follow two simple rules. buy american a hire american. [ applause ] we will seek friendship and goodwill with the nations of the world, but we do so with the understanding that it is the right of all nations to put their own interests first. we do not seek to impose our way of life on anyone, but rather to let it shine as an example. we will shine for everyone to follow. [ applause ] we will reinforce old alliances and form new ones and unite the civilized world against radical islamic terrorism, which we will eradicate completely from the face of the earth. [ applause ] at the bedrock of our politics will be a total allegiance to the united states of america and through our loyalty to our country, we will rediscover our loyalty to each other. when you open your heart to patriotism, there is no room for prejudice. [ applause ] the bible tells us how good and pleasant it is when god's people live together in unity. we must speak our minds openly, debate our disagreements honestly, but always pursue solidarity. when america is united, america is totally unstoppable. [ applause ] there should be no fear. we are protected, and we will always be protected. we will be protected by the great men and women of our military and law enforcement and most importantly, we will be protected by god. [ applause ] finally, we must think big and dream even bigger. in america, we understand that a nation is only living as long as it is striving. we will no longer accept politicians who are all talk and no action constantly complaining but never doing anything about it. [ applause ] the time for empty talk is over. now arrives the hour of action. do not allow anyone to tell you that it cannot be done. no challenge can match the heart and fight and spirit of america. we will not fail. our country will thrive and prosper again. we stand at the birth of a new millennium ready to unlock the histories of space, to free the earth from the miseries of disease, and to harness the energies, industries, and technologies of tomorrow. a new national pride will lift our sights and heal our divisions. it's time to remember that old wisdom our soldiers will never forget, that whether we are black or brown or white, we all bleed the same red blood of patriots. [ applause ] we all enjoy the same glorious freedoms, and we all salute the same great american flag. [ applause ] and whether a child is born in the urban sprawl of detroit or the wind swept plains of nebraska, they look up at the same night sky. they fill their heart with the same dreams, and they are infused with the breath of life by the same almighty creator. [ applause ] so to all americans in every city near and far, small and large, from mountain to mountain, from ocean to ocean, hear these words. you will never be ignored again. [ applause ] your voice, your hopes, and your dreams will define our american destiny. and your courage and goodness and love will forever guide us along the way. together we will make america strong again. we will make america wealthy again. we will make america proud again. we will make america safe again. and, yes, together, we will make america great again. thank you. god bless you and god bless america! thank you. [ applause ] god bless america. [ applause ] [ applause ]
john g. roberts jr. who will administer the presidential oath of office. everyone please stand. [ applause ] >> please raise your right hand, and repeat after me. i, donald john trump, do solemnly swear. >> i donald john trump, do solemnly swear. >> that i will faithfully execute. >> that i will faithfully execute. >> the office of president of the united states. >> the office of president of the united states....
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