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questioned about it. they built the great wall of china, that is 13,000 miles. here we actually need a thousand because we have natural barriers. we need a wall. we'll have a big fat beautiful door right in the middle of the wall. we'll have people come in legally. and mexico will pay for the wall -- i love the mexican people. i respect the mexican leaders but the leaders are much sharper, smarter and more cunning than our leaders. and just to finish, people say oh, how will you make mexico to pay? a politician cannot get them to pay. i can. we lose, we have a trade imbalance -- >> excuse me -- >> $50 billion -- >> we're at the 60 seconds. >> the world is peanuts by comparison. >> i have to ask you, you talked about your tax plan. you say it would not increase the deficit because you cut taxes $10 trillion -- >> we're going to take off -- >> the economy would take off like a rocket ship. i talked to economic advisers who have served presidents of both parties. they say you have a chance of cutting taxes that much without increasing a deficit as you would of flying away from that podium
santorum. we know a troubling amount of air pollution on the west coast comes from china. should we enact a pollution tax on products imported from china and give our manufacturers a level playing field? >> what we should be -- we shouldn't be putting tariffs on anything. that hurts working men and women in this country. what we should be doing is making our manufacturing more competitive. one of the reasons i introduced the 2020 plan, 20% flat tax on corporations as well as on individuals is so we can be competitive so we can bring the manufacturing jobs back. you want to talk about cutting pollution? you do a little back of the envelope. we produce per dollar of gdp about one-fifth of the co-2 and other pollutants that china produces. so we're five times more efficient in producing goods here as far as the environment is concerned. why don't we -- if we really want to tackle environmental problem, global warming, what we need to do is take those jobs from china and bring them back here to the united states, employ workers in this country. we've lost two million jobs, two million j
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