4PoliticsNation With Al Sharpton
it's china or mexico or japan, we have to straighten out our country. i'd be saying the same thing, yes. >> donald, yes or no, do you think american born children of undoumed immigrants should be deported? >> here's the story -- >> yes or no. >> i don't give yes or no. it's not that easy. it's a horrible situation that we've placed ourselves in. we have thousands and thousands of illegal immigrants in our country, not only taking jobs, but many of them are causing problems beyond belief. and you see that all over. we have to straighten out the problem with illegal immigration. it starts with getting the bad ones, you know the gangs in -- you saw it -- the gangs in baltimore. you know that, right? did you see the people? you have illegal immigrants in many cases. in chicago, illegal immigrants. the bad ones are getting out fast. day one. if i win, day one of my presidency, we're getting them out, and we're getting them out fast. over a period of time, we're going to work on numerous things. the first thing is building a wall, which mexico will pay for. okay? we're going to build it.
have a choice, we'll take either a cut in your wages and health benefits or we're moving to china. what's your choice. disastrous trade policies. if elected president of the united states, i will significantly change those policies. >> there's another aspect of these trade deals, and that is, they do help raise people out of poverty in third-world countries. so there is that as expect of it. this is something you've been fighting for all your life. >> it is my hope that everybody in our country understands that there's massive poverty all over the world. it is a wealthy nation along with europe and other wealthy nations, i do believe we have a moral obligation to lift up the poorest people in this world. but you can do it without destroying the middle class of this country. so count me in as somebody who will work day and night with other major countries to help poor people. but you do not have to drive wages down and throw american workers out on the street. that is a big difference between secretary clinton and myself in terms in our record. >> if she's the nominee against donal
she began to travel to other countries. >> in september of 1995, hillary clinton went to china and confronted the host government and others about women's rights. >> let it be that human rights are women's rights and women's rights are human rights once and for all. >> she sort of is kind of a people man's icon. >> the first time in history a first lady was soupuper subpoend a grand jury. >> she wore a glowing black cape with a scary chinese symbol in the back and looked very dee in. >> i took the title of my book "it takes a village to raise a child". >> it does not take a village to raise a child, it takes a family to raise a child. >> in november 1996, bill clinton defeated robert dole and was reelected president. the first time a democrat was elected to a second term since fdr. when the first couple returned to the white house, a young woman in a black burae hugged president clinton. the world wouldn't know who she was for more than a year. >> 10 million children still lack health insurance. my balanced budget will extend health coverage to up to 5 million of those children. >>
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