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CNN
May 3, 2016 6:00pm PDT
china. the relationship is fantastic. we have great relationships with many foreign countries, but they have to respect us and they have to understand where we're coming from and you know what it is a two-way street and the two-way street means that we're going down one side and they're coming up the other and we're going to meet and we are going to have something that's going to be really fabulous. now, if that can't happen, if for some reason they want the system to continue the way it's going now, which is unfair and not good, where we're spending trillions and trillions of dollars, probably $4 trillion in the middle east and we have to rebuild our infrastructure and roads, airports, bridges and hospitals in this countries, we've become close it a third world country, you look at our airports it's third world and you go to other countries and you see places like you've never seen, so i have to say we are going to turn it around and build up our military better and stronger than ever before and we're going to have to take out isis and we're going to have to take them out fast. we
CNN
May 3, 2016 6:00am PDT
that the trade agreements whether it's nafta or permanent normal trade relations for china were a disaster for americans. i was on picket lines with workers. secretary clinton has supported virtually every one of these disastrous trade agreements, and that is an area of strong disagreement that the voters of indiana and america will have to consider. [ inaudible question ] >> no. i think donald trump lives in his own world. i think he is here picking up on an issue which from a political point of view is a popular issue, but i think at the end of the day if you want somebody who has stood with working people his entire political career and not only in an effort to raise the minimum wage $15 an hour, mr. trump i think thinks a $7.25 federal minimum wage is just fine. i think if the workers of this country want a candidate who has stood with them, who will transform our trade policies, i think bernie sanders is that candidate. >> i agree. >> senator, do you feel your attention to this particular issue in indiana has moved the needle at all? >> well, i will tell you the answer to tha
CNN
May 3, 2016 8:00pm PDT
if they can make another nickel by moving to china, they will move to china. meanwhile, millions are working longer hours, for lower wages in the middle dallas and the country have been in decline for 35 years. i don't think the american people want to see that anymore. they want some moral responsibility on the part of corporate america to respect their employees, to respect the consumers of this country. >> i would like to -- i'm not taking issue with what you're aspiring for, i'm wondering, how do you force these companies to stop shipping jobs overseas? >> you use the leverage of the united states government. right now with united technologies, you say, you want government contracts, well, you know what, if you want government contracts, start treating your workers with respect. an example of this, last year, i worked with some other senators and house members to say that contractors with the federal government should pay workers a living wage. and we have some success. we put pressure on them. our president obama, i can't remember in fact, i think it was an $11, at least raised
CNN
May 3, 2016 5:00pm PDT
assault. under the obama/clinton foreign policy russia has emerged as a threat. china looks with an eye on the lands of our allies in the region. a nuclear north korea and a near nuclear iran yearn to devastate our homeland and radical islamic terrorism unleashes an evil that threatens the world. this year two weeks before our party gatherers in cleveland all americans will celebrate the 240th birthday of the united states of america. [cheers and applause] american parents and grandparents will watch the fireworks with their kids and will dream of the grandchildren and great grandchildren to come and wonder how those future generations of americans will remember what we do not only this summer, but in the coming decades. will we rise to meet the challenges that face our nation on the international stage or will we withdraw and cower timidly from the world? will we secure freedom of thought, expression and religion for future generations? [cheers and applause] or will we succumb to the politicalal correctness and the temp nation of racial politics he here at home? will we hold fast to our v
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