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what ever chuck donnelly will do what ever chuck schumer and nancy pelosi tell him to do. they then asked him, they tell him. that sa, will you? they say, joe, this is the way you are going to vote. mike braun will be a great, great representative of the people of indiana. mike braun will fight the values that bind us all together as americans. we support law and order and we support the heroes in law enforcement. they are great. and they will tell you, surplus military equipment. we have it by the hundreds of millions of dollars. sitting in warehouses, getting old. some of the best stuff. there is
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about a 1% rate reason. that equipment is being transferred gci’oss equipment is being transferred across the united states. we already have it. the other side said, it's too good, it's too good. it is paid for. we defend the second amendment, don't kid yourself. it is under siege. we defend the right to self confessed. don't believe your second
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amendment is not under siege. we have respect for our great american flag. and we put our large beautiful hands. and we proudly stand all the
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time we stand. we love that sam. we stamp our national anthem. but if we are going to defend our values, we need people in washington. we say one thing, and then they go to washington and vote for the radical liberal agenda, it never, washington and vote for the radical liberalagenda, it never, ever fails. you think you have the vote. and they talk a good game but they a lwa ys and they talk a good game but they always raise their hand for the radical left of nancy pelosi,
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always. the centre for effective lawmaking named joe donnelly the least effective democrat lawmaker in the united states senate. i don't know, mike, buti the united states senate. i don't know, mike, but i think that would bea know, mike, but i think that would be a very good phrase to one buyer. he has never sponsored which is becoming law. this november, indiana will face an important choice. you can send a really incredible swamp person act of the senate, likejoe donnelly, or you can send us republicans like mike braun to drain the swamp. under my administration,
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we are fighting against the lobbyists, the special interests, and the corrupt washington politics. after yea rs of and the corrupt washington politics. after years of rebuilding foreign countries, of which a lot of people are taking the cost of rebuilding those foreign countries, we are finally rebuilding our country. cheering. we fight to build their borders, but we don't fight and spend no money to build our borders. figure that one out. we are fighting and we are finally putting america
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first. and remember the last time i did this, and has started to an a half years ago, one major started. people were not seen merry christmas any more. the big store chains were not saying merry christmas. they we re not saying merry christmas. they were not doing it. they were not seen merry christmas. now they are saying merry christmas again. to bring back ourjobs, we are cracking down on unfair trade. we want trade deals that are fair and, by the way, reciprocal. and we love our farmers.
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we are taking care of our farmers, and we love our factory workers. we'd love our workers. —— we love. cheering. the decades, american presidents responded to foreign cheating on trade. cheating. there is no other word for it. cheating. they responded with silence. they did not do anything. it was silence. let's not rock the boat. we have $100 billion trade deficit with mexico. think about. 100 million trade deficit a year with mexico. —— million. we have a trade deficit with almost every country in the world. we are changing that around rapidly. we racked up trillions of
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dollars in trade deficits, also known as losses, while other countries stole our factories, stole oui’ countries stole our factories, stole our plants, stole our wealth, and stole ourjobs. booing. but america's long silences over. and you see what is happening? car companies are coming back into the united states. they are moving back in. chryslerjust united states. they are moving back in. chrysler just announced. japan is building big ones. we are expanding our plans. —— plants. and i put tariffs on steel and aluminium, and united states steel just announced that they are expanding their factories and building plans, and we are going to
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start making steel and aluminium again. cheering. america is respected again. different ball game. under my administration, we kept another important promise when we put a great newjustice on the united states supreme court, neil gorsuch. and next week, after the promises of many administrations and presidents, and then they never did it, they campaigned, promised, but they never did it. next week, we will finally open the american embassy in jerusalem. cheering. will finally open the american
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embassy injerusalem. cheering. and i put one of my friends as the ambassador to israel, david freedman. a good choice is right. one of the great lows of our country, made a lot of money as a lawyer. but he does hisjob. he loves the united states, he loves this one. and they walked up my desk about three days ago, right up regedit, because i said let's go, we wa nt to regedit, because i said let's go, we want to go, we want to build, we wa nt to want to go, we want to build, we want to fast. so they balked at my desk and again it is beautiful folder that i am supposed to sign. and i said, what is this? and they said, so, we're building ajerusalem
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embassy. i said, said, so, we're building ajerusalem embassy. isaid, how said, so, we're building ajerusalem embassy. i said, how much? said, so, we're building ajerusalem embassy. isaid, how much? something other presidents don't ask me but thatis other presidents don't ask me but that is ok. they said, i kid you not, sir, $1 billion! isaid, $1 billion? you know what $1 billion is? you have a beautiful house that cost you $50,000 to build. hopefully it is worth a lot more than that. that is what it cost. so i said, $1 billion? yes so! we are looking for a site now. we are going to spend a lot of money on a site. everybody will get rich on the embassy. —— sir. i have stopped signing, by the way. i had donald, and then it was just dead. and then, i do not they still have it, beautiful paper, very official looking. and then, all of a sudden, i stopped, official looking. and then, all of a sudden, istopped, and never got to
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the t. and i started putting in xs because i thought people could mistake it is my signature. and i thought david, this is crazy, $1 billion, they go to look for sites. though we have a site? he said, yes, we have a site. we had the best site and we have a building on that site. and i could take that building on the site, mr president, and i could ta ke the site, mr president, and i could take a corner of the building, a big beautiful corner, and for $150,000, a convicted, it will be so beautiful, the location is better, it is set back, which is good for safety. . . it is set back, which is good for safety... cheering. energy bill the 150,000! cheering. we get it, we get it. -- 150,000! cheering. we get it, we get it. —— and i can build it for $150,000! isaid, david, so you
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it. —— and i can build it for $150,000! i said, david, so you are going to renovate the core of a building, it is going to be beautiful? the site is the best site, and we own it! the building is already built and we can fix it, so think of it! we have the government wanting to build $1 billion in a place that would never be safe. they wa nt place that would never be safe. they want setbacks for safety. as i said, david, you can do that from $1 billion to $150,000. i said, you can spend one or $2 million, that is ok. the reason is cognisant was as because i was supposed to open the new embassy in london. so we have the best use of property in all of london, it is our embassy, and somebody between the bush
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administration and the obama administration, they say that bush started it, but barack obama could have started it. but let us just say the two administrations, what they did, they said that it was good property, they have been offered good money, like 200 or $250 million. and what we will do because we are such great people, we are going to sell this best piece of property in london by far. either way, literally, it is being, you know new york, 52nd st, that have any location, i have a building there. —— be any location. it is a good location. the best embassy location that we have on the whole portfolio. —— tiffany location. and somebody said, what a great deal. we will sell them for it 250. that's
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said toa will sell them for it 250. that's said to a wealthy person, and they will rip it down and build a hotel 01’ will rip it down and build a hotel or something. and we sold this thing for 250. now, everybody or something. and we sold this thing for250. now, everybody in or something. and we sold this thing for 250. now, everybody in this room, because for 250. now, everybody in this room , because you for 250. now, everybody in this room, because you are from indiana, you understand why. you would say, 0k, you understand why. you would say, ok, good, now you will build one for $50 million, you will have $200 million left over. you can have a nice embassy. it did not that way. —— but it did not work that way. so they sold the embassy for around $250 million. they then went out and bought a terrible piece of land in a lousy location. and theyjust opened a new embassy in a bad location for a new embassy in a bad location for a $1.2 billion. what a great deal. what a great deal. three months ago, i was supposed to go over to cut the ribbon on the new embassy. but i could not do it. i saidi embassy. but i could not do it. i said i am not doing it. does that
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make sense? i am not going to do it. think of that story. isn't that a sad story? i could give you 50 of those. it is all the same. it is all the same. i could give you so many. the new embassy, i said "when will it open?" anywhere from 5—10 years. isaid it open?" anywhere from 5—10 years. i said unless they give me an extension for the presidency... applause. ..which i don't think the fa ke applause. ..which i don't think the fake news media would be too happy about. booing. wait, wait, wait.
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actually, they would be happy, because when i am not here, their ratings are going to sink. so they would probably be very happy. so they said from five to ten years, that means probably 15 to 20. so we opened the embassy next week. three months. —— open. three months! ahh, i could tell you so many of those stories. we have to save some. only 1,000 left. among the many grave national security blunders of the previous administration, one of the world's worst was the disastrous deal that would allow iran to go
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right to the brink of nuclear weapons and ultimately very quickly have a nuclear weapon. and by the way, other countries in the middle east who do have money all of a sudden would be looking all over the place for nuclear weapons. that was going to force a disaster. the deal also gave the regime billions of dollars, how about this, $150 billion! and 1.8 billion in green. 1.8 billion in cash! it would be used to spread destruction all over the middle east. they are all over the middle east. they are all over the place. and with all of that being said, who knows? because we are putting the harshest, strongest, most stringent sanctions on iran.
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cheering. and i hope to be able to make a deal with them, a good deal, afair make a deal with them, a good deal, a fair deal, make a deal with them, a good deal, afairdeal, a make a deal with them, a good deal, a fair deal, a good dealfor them, better for them. better for them. but we cannot allow them to have nuclear weapons. we must be able to go to nuclear weapons. we must be able to gotoa nuclear weapons. we must be able to go to a site and check that site. we have to be able to go into their military bases to see whether or not they are cheating. now, of course, we're all sure they aren't, butjust in case. the iran deal was one of the most embarrassing agreements the united states has ever entered into. you remember the ten sellers who we re you remember the ten sellers who were humiliated in front of the world for no reason whatsoever. but
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once again, democratjoe donnelly served his liberal handlers in washington, not the great people of indiana that i know so well. he voted to save the deal four times. booing. but we save the deal no longer. cheering. as we discussed another critical element of our national security, to me, probably one of the reasons we are all here at this great victory celebration, it is water security. —— border. we have many things to do, but we have already begun the construction of
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the wall, and so many other things are following. we will have those borders extremely strong, extremely powerful, and we will have laws that match the border. cheering. so if you think about it, the democrats... they weaken borders, weaken our military, i had to fix their deal. the military was depleted. when have we needed it more? we have $700 billion to rebuild our military. it will be stronger than ever before. cheering. you are watching bbc news. we are live with pictures of donald trump ata we are live with pictures of donald trump at a campaign rally in indiana. we will go live to chris buckler, our correspondent in the washington bureau. this is a domestic audience he was speaking
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to, but wow, he really did speak to an international audience as well. take us through that. he is very much on the campaign trail. the mid—term elections are held in november. you get a sense at each of these rallies he is already gearing up these rallies he is already gearing upfor these rallies he is already gearing up for battle action, but at the same time, he is also talking about both north korea and iran, the two big foreign policy issues dominating the presidency at the moment. starting with north korea. with north korea, he talked very firmly about feeling that there was a chance that this was going to be a very big success, in his words. talking about the idea of the future of peace and security for the whole world coming down to this summit taking place between kimjong—un and donald trump in a matter ofjust over a month's donald trump in a matter ofjust over a months time. we, of course, now know the date and location, june 12 in singapore. it is a country chosen because it has a relationship
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with both north korea and america and it is a place it was felt could offer security for both of the two leaders. but he is very much setting this out as being an incredibly good deal. look at the last 2a hours with donald trump, with the release of those prisoners held in north korea. you have seen him very much involved in campaigning, even in terms of turning up and being there when they arrived, going onto the plane and walking out with them. he is somebody using this to say this is a big foreign policy opportunity and i am putting every effort into it. you get a sense donald trump himself is putting a lot into it in terms of his reputation. he keeps on saying, 0k, his reputation. he keeps on saying, ok, there is potential of this could all be for nothing, it might not happen. but you come back to those words again that he thinks it is going to be a very big success. he has staked a lot on north korea and
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kim jong—un. has staked a lot on north korea and kimjong—un. on has staked a lot on north korea and kim jong—un. on the other has staked a lot on north korea and kimjong—un. on the other hand, he is talking tough about iran, saying the deal was one of the most embarrassing agreements the us has ever entered into. again, you have this strange mix, on the one hand, with the run, talking tough on iran, making clear he will not enter into a bad deal, and talking peace with north korea. it is a strange mix. you get a sense with the crowd they are buying into it. he is using the iran deal to put pressure on the north koreans while massaging the ego of kim jong—un at the same time. he mentioned jobs. he said he would make great deals for a whole list of countries in asia. he did not talk about the european countries, allies. they have been put out of joint by his pulling out of the deal with the run. what you are seeing
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from donald trump is the focus is on american. —— iran. you saw the signs surrounding him, not just american. —— iran. you saw the signs surrounding him, notjust make america great again, but keep america great again, but keep america great. that will be the phrase for the next campaign. you get the sense he likes campaigning. you are correct in saying his focus at the moment is very much on these big issues of iran and north korea. and as far as they are concerned, you know, china, japan, all of those countries in the far, east, they fit with north korea, and that is where his focus will be, certainly, for the months ahead. that is all we have time forfor the months ahead. that is all we have time for for now. thank you for watching bbc news. hello once again.
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let's bring you right up—to—date with how we see the next couple of days developing across the british isles and i have to say there is some uncertainty about how the weekend is exactly going to shape up. thursday was a very pleasant day indeed, came to a glorious end and indeed, for the many parts, was a glorious day, plenty of sunshine on offer. i hope you made the most of it, especially so if you are intending to spend friday across the western side of the british isles because looming not very far over the horizon is another set of weather fronts. notice too how those isobars begin to tighten up and that stronger wind will be there that we had across parts of scotland and indeed northern ireland as well. not a bad start to the day across central and eastern parts, quite a chilly one as well. some of the overnight temperatures, 1, 2, 3 degrees, something of that order. a bright enough start with the sunshine flooding through. that won't the case out towards the west where in the middle part of the afternoon, the first signs of the thicker cloud
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producing rain across the western isles and the western fringes of the mainland. some pleasant sunshine further to the east. the rain all over northern ireland, some of it really quite heavy at times and the rain becoming more of a present threat there across the western and southern parts of wales down to the south—west of england. it's a dry day for the most part across central and eastern parts. in fact, you won't get to see that rain until realy quite late on in the night, if you see it at all, i think it will be confined to the northern half of the british isles. the banner of cloud helping to keep the temperature up much higher than will have been the case from thursday on into friday. so this is the weekend. low pressure not a million miles away, will gradually to sink its way towards the south—western approaches. it's the weather front further to the east that's causing the forecasting headaches at the moment and it looks as though having been a rather weak affair, it may well pep up from the south—east and the rain becoming really rather stuck over scotland. some of that is really open to a good deal of uncertaintyjust at the moment.
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we think there will be a peppering of showers across some eastern spots during saturday and then a great dry swathe and as you come back towards that area of low pressure, that'll throw some showers into parts of wales and the south—west, the odd one getting into northern ireland as well. here is saturday night on into sunday, it may well be the heavier parts of rain works its way up to the south—eastern quarter and runs along the line of the front and it may well become the dominant feature across a good part of scotland as we get into the latter part of sunday, then drier swathe and we come back to that raft of showers across the south—west. i'm lebo diseko with bbc world news. our top story: the date isjune 12. the venue, singapore. donald trump says he hopes his summit with kim jong—un will be a very special moment for world peace. mr trump's announcement came hours after he welcomed home three us detainees released by pyongyang.
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this will be the first time a sitting us president has ever met a north korean leader. mahathir mohamad has been sworn in as malaysia's prime minister, becoming the world's oldest elected leader. crowds cheered and waved flags outside the royal palace where the inauguration took place. and this story is trending on bbc.com. the us president has banned the sale of irn—bru at his scottish golf resort because it might stain the clubhouse carpet. the soft drink is extremely popular in the country, being called scotland's other national drink.
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