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. >> going live now to the susan b anthony gala here in washington d.c. we respect remark shortly from former us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley to offer the keynote address live coverage here on c-span2. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations]
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. >> again we are at the susan b anthony gala on constitution avenue we are expecting former ambassador to the un nikki haley to deliver the keynote address it will be here life. as we wait we will show you a portion of this morning's washington journal looking at us and uk relations [inaudible ] . >> here from the brookings institution with the obama administration what are those
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larger ramifications? . >> this trot one - - trip will be heavily focused on ceremony and substances you have been discussing an american president who was very unpopular in the uk and teresa mae as the prime minister stepping down as leader of the conservative party so she is a lame-duck it is a state visit so there is pageantry that comes with that and the focus is looking at the larger fundamentals one of our closest allies and continuing to cooperate in those policy differences so it is difficult seeing president trump on a number of occasions with
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teresa mae he made humiliating comments and there is a lot of difference is how we see things from iran to china. >> so how pointed do they get? . >> it will be diplomatic niceties. he is very enamored with the queen so he will enjoy that ceremonial element of these discussions. i think the royal family doesn't get involved in politics so it will be pleasant. but with policy discussions we have seen some common themes by president trump and his national security adviser bolton who has been in london the last few days there are differences of opinion like iran as well the decision to use the huawei 5g technology
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there could be some sharp disagreements. >> to bring that along the united states? . >> president trump with the international diplomacy to articulate that what is in the american interest so it is less of a articulation of what the us view is again as a feature of this discussion we talk about this trip what is going on with brexit but what do you expect with the creed of the prime minister and the current condition? . >> i don't expect a lot of discussions but trump has been very clear with those remarks
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to a couple of british newspapers is you have brexit being a cheerleader using that economic flow and with the british newspaper teresa mae has made mistakes how she has negotiated and thinks if she cannot get what she wants from the european union to be supportive without a deal and with the us and the uk after brexit teeseven has the president suggested who should take over for the prime minister? . >> he has been quite an amber the last couple of years with boris johnson who was one of the contenders for prime minister he was foreign secretary one year ago he just
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resigned as foreign secretary he thought he would be a great prime minister and there was some speculation if he would try to meet with boris johnson. >>. >> and so when trump was containing - - campaigning he was saying things that were not positive but i do think in that inter- meeting. and trump welcomes the hard-line decision to get the uk out of the e.u. and that is the fascination. >> uk guardian has this piece that mister trump is a
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demagogue in the climate of the planet with the closest allies to risk legitimizing the destructive policies and then the more serious threat of a public statement of the anti- democratic. >> so there has been a lot of opposition of which the guardian represents and then to refuse to attend the dinner so particularly by opposition politicians that they should
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expend this visit there is other opposition to the policy not only on things like climate change and i ran but all the way back with the muslim band and those who had quite strong comments about that so there are not any in london who oppose the idea and i think we will make quite clear during the visit. >> will those we sharp in nature as far as the president is concern? . >> with that balloon of trump in a diaper i think there will be protesters out on the street they are moving him around london in a helicopter that is faster and less disruptive to trap - - traffic on the ground teeseven people are asking why should they care with the nature of relations had to address those
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concerns? . >> the underlying trend is the importance of relations and sometimes it is important to look at those individual personalities the uk is one of the oldest and strongest allies and the impetus for the president to commemorate the 75h anniversary of d-day to participate in those ceremonies and apart from the personalities and protest it is an opportunity to remember between our countries charlie from florida republican line. >>caller: i am calling so if you look up the away trump
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lines up with a description he is not a pagan god doesn't claim to be a god teeseven how does this relate to the trip overseas? . >> he's trying to make peace in the middle east like there never has before. >> i think there are a lot of important issues the us and the uk should be working on and president trump will be looking more with prime minister may with her party in power there is a number of things they should be cooperating on it as the caller said a number of challenges in the middle east from syria to address the peace process and i think it is more effective to address these challenges in cooperation with european partners teeseven there is a piece recently speaking about
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the relations that they agree may be the more strategic mistakes that she made with catastrophe after catastrophe but right after that inauguration with the free trade agreement is that back on the table? . >> there are continuing discussions between the two sides the reality is as long as the member to conclude free trade agreements that is part of the equipments certainly once the uk leaves the european union it will be interested in free trade agreements giving the ability to make its own economic decisions. president trump has expressed an interest to have a free trade agreement with the uk i
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agree disagree with the analysis because the prime minister has been very interested in what they discussed when she came to washington but the problem is they first need to conclude brexit negotiations then they will face the difficulty because president trump as we have seen takes a hard line on trade agreements and to sign up for those contra on - - that accepting genetically modified food and chlorine washed chicken so this is something in the interest of both countries but it is a complicated process so what happened in brexit? . >> we have an entire show. so teresa mae and european union negotiated and reached
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agreement she has not been able to get that through parliament has failed all three times they have gone to the european union asking for an extension twice now it is oc. now that this she has offered to resign as a result of her failure to deliver on brexit. we are seeing allied of the leaders suggesting to replace or they will negotiate a better agreement. but the challenge people have been objecting to is the backstop in northern ireland. once it leaves the e.u. than it can have the opportunity to put in place the economic
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regulations but northern ireland shares a border with the republic of ireland so that is the trading border between the member state so there needs to be checks and the way they are not currently saw the crux of the issue that the more you stay in line with regulations the easier it is with a frictionless border. so the problem is the more aligned you are but to negotiate free trade agreements when you might be asking to deviate so that fundamental tension on brexit
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is moving forward to fruition. >> what led them to not have a deal. >> there is a couple of different scenarios but then to have a negotiated deal that addresses issues if you think about a couple getting divorced there's things you need to finalize like who gets the kids or who pays the bills. but it also comes with a transition. to define the future relationship the second possibility is the uk leaves with no deal and there is no existing deal how to handle things no transition. and a lot of scrambling to address the problems for example, a lot of brits are living in europe that are retired and living on the coast of spain, students, people working and europeans in the
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uk. the uk owes money to the european union as part of its financial contributions but you could have no brexit the uk does have the legal right to say we change your mind we don't want to leave anymore that would be unlikely because you do have the referendum supporting brexit going for dirt on - - forward. >> so talking about these issues this is beverly from florida independent line. >> it's good to speak with you. what people forget about president trump is he has been involved one way or another with politics since the late seventies and i feel he has an absolute right to give his
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opinion to the united kingdom about the huawei 5g program for their phones and what they take on with their messaging because of the fact we rely on the until they help us to terrorist activities they help us and i think that is important i also want to say i was a regional director for the committee to save america and mister trump was very vocal with the intellectual property with china and how important it is today to use clean and tell one - - intelligence information
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without muddying the waters teeseven thank you call our. >> she is absolutely right to raise the issue of china and huawei this is something that will be on the agenda of trump meeting with prime minister teresa mae. we have seen discussions about using huawei as their effort that we will not allow this technology to come in because of the intelligence concerns and the president that has been quite critical of the decision of the cabinet to allow huawei to have the non-core aspects of 5g that is a controversial decision of the defense secretary accused of leaking cabinet discussions so this is something on the president's agenda because of
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those intelligence concerns. >> republican line go ahead. >> it's nice to have your guest i appreciate the description or the comments as to why the british people got into brexit in the first place. and with that referendum to deal with the contributions and that they are need - - need to pay and to mention how the people of the uk on the left perceive donald trump but never mentioned the people on the right because the political parties on the right and other european countries.
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could you offer any comment on that? . >> i think both of those are excellent questions on your second one my comment on the left was in response to the guardian article which is a left-leaning paper that has been expressed by the opposition party in the uk frankly there is concern by those on the right as well with the presidents policies that she disagrees with the president on many things so with the opposition to the visit comes through a political opposition. . . . .
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and deprived areas of the uk to develop their local infrastructure there was also a lot of peace funding in northern ireland. a second driver identified was the free movement of people. one of the provisions of the european union's single market is they are able to live and work in any name or state that they want, and so some people within the uk were unhappy that
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citizens of other countries were coming to live and work in their country. one example that is cited as the polish plumber. the idea that they were coming to live and work in the uk. the final factor i think was a much broader sovereignty argument, this idea that the uk did not necessarily want to be part of a collective decision-making process, but they wanted the right to be able to make some of their own economic and regulatory decisions such as being able to negotiate free trade agreements with the u.s. if they wanted. the difficulty that i think the uk is going to face and a number of these things is simply the geographic and practical reality that the european union is a very large entity before it is their largest trading partner and whatever form that they end up taking they will have to find a way to manage their political and economic insecurity situation with their neighbors. >> host: democrats whine,
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trudy. good morning. >> caller: i just heard about what you have on and i would like to comment i do support the mayor in london. i am originally from germany. how can an uneducated man coming from building buildings become president clicks he doesn't have the qualification i don't know what the people in this country because they are not so educated, isolated, vote for this man. he will never be up to go to germany for a visit. >> host: thanks. >> guest: there is a broad question about why the american people chose to elect a donald trump, but as she points out, the visit has inflamed political
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tensions in london. we are seeking comment from those on the opposition and certainly president trump has had a difficult relationship with the mayor over the last couple of years as the president has been critical with his handling of the attacks. it's unfortunate leading up to the visit in london but it does reflect a left political opposition in the u and the uk f the president's policies. >> host: we saw initial public support. what happened as far as the public support and for the support is now. >> guest: if you look at the referendum results, it was a narrow margin. i have a lot of figures now. i think it was 51-48, 49%. it was about two percentage point so you have a polarized
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country in the uk and in a lot of ways it is similar to how the polarized politics are you're in the. there's also been criticism about the way that the referendum campaign was run. as you alluded to there were promises made during the campaign but about of funding was going to come back and be invested in the national health service and was revealed today after the campaign that but ths in fact not actually the case. you are seeing increasing opposition now in part because people are seeing how complicated the force is and also people are getting a better sense of the political cost and effect will be. but that said that there is also nearly country that supports and is quite frustrated by the fact that it's three years since the referendum. >> host: bill, you are wrong with ouwere onwith our guest. go ahead. >> caller: since she was part of the obama administration, the
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failures that were so vast and not working to stop the hacking on our elections and all that migration were those intentional acts or was that just incompetence on the part of the people. as one who served in the administration and served president obama i think all of us made the best -- [applause] [cheering] i'm going to tell you a little bit about marjorie. [applause]
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margery has been described as a force of nature and all of you who know her you know this is true, she is fierce and is a fierce fighter. she is extraordinary and under her leadership, we've grown to be the nation's largest and most influential pro-life organization almost 790,000 members strong. [applause] politico magazine named her one of the top 50 influencers of 2018, and marjorie is a regular fixture at the white house having chaired the pro-life coalition during the 2016
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campaign. with marjorie at the helm, it reached more than 4.6 million voters at their homes over the past three cycles to win the pro-life white house and secure a strong pro-life majority in the united states. so, before she comes out, let's roll the video so that we can experience the work of susan b. anthony. the beautiful pro-life movement
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we are all set to be able to pass to be the nation that we are called to be. >> nearly half a century i haven't seen an opportunity like this to protect life legally, socially in any other way for 25 years susan b. anthony provided her team with the resources to help elect more than 465 pro-life leaders we visited the homes of more than 4.6 million voters working towards the goal of a pro-life white house and finally, a pro-life majority on the supreme court that would reverse roe v. wade. we are poised for the first time to protect hundreds of thousands of unborn children in the law. this is a defining moment. susan b. anthony is ready to
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take the next steps in reversing the decision that has led to the deaths of millions of unborn children all made in the image and likeness of god. working with our allies and the trump administration, leeland and help usher in tremendous pro-life progress during the first half of the president's term. >> we know that every life is totally worth protecting. [cheering] no president has a further impact since roe v. wade. by nominating justices and judges that will be strong for life. our goal for 2020 will be to reelect president donald trump to withstand in the senate and build up the caucus and house of representatives.
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>> sba is advancing three pro-life protection but save unborn children, care for women and importantly challenge roe. they include the capable bill, the overturning of the supreme court decision, and passing laws with disability discrimination abortion. legal experts believe these are three policy areas most likely to be considered by the current court. >> the placement of the 20 week team capable bill, several election cycles ago was getting it to the court and testing the will of the american people and the supreme court on whether this should stand or not. looking at the decision, what are the circumstances in which an abortion can her and how far does it have to be. last there', there is a strong t across the country right now for
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non- discrimination abortion walls. if that piece of legislation makes its way to the supreme court, then we are speaking about the humanity of the child, who they are as a human being. ♪ building a pro-life america is vital to our mission. we cannot win this battle without changing hearts and minds. for years, we've done this with stories, both on the air and a door-to-door conversation. we will continue those efforts while also working to persuade hearts and minds at the state and local levels and to build the support networks necessary to welcome new, growing families and the world. >> in every single state we need to be thinking like a woman with a pregnancy she needs to know the answer where will i go, who will help me so that we are ready in every single state. >> we want to make sure
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resources are available so that if a woman makes a difficult decision with the encouragement of the wall and the policy to carry her baby to term but she has the support whatever it may be. so this is the final part of what we are doing in the state. ♪ the effect of roe v. wade right now is astounding. if this we don't care what you think about abortion. lifting it means that those opinions will once again be heard. we are at a place of reintroducing the pro-life movement in all of its love, justice and all it's glory to the rest of the country and to the world. it's now time to come together and unite on what we truly believe on life. we've got to move ahead. when the prius is that sweet, that is a beautiful thing.
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♪ [applause] ladies and gentlemen, please join me in welcoming our hero, marjorie. [applause] [cheering] >> thank you. i'm very grateful. thank you so much. i'd like to share with you some insight and introduce our beautiful keynote speaker tonight. but first, a toast. susan b. anthony and the institute team, please stand up.
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come on, not going to say it twice. [applause] [cheering] as you well know, that while i stand here speaking for the susan b. anthony and the institute with vibrant, talented and faithful team, most of it young, some of it getting married and starting families has daily labored with me and chuck donovan with great energy and wisdom to accomplish all that has led to this moment and building ambitious plans beyond. i am grateful to each one of you, and to the executive vice president emily buchanan and the strategist frank cannon call it a great ship. ordinarily, canon would be working with troubleshooting, greeting and looking like she isn't working, but instead,
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tonight, she and her husband are living to mention that she and we all love so much. emily and andrew started the adoption process knowing how unpredictable it might be and after much hoping and praying and waiting, they recently received a beautiful surprise coming and wonderful news that a courageous birth mother and father made an adoption plan for their child. [applause] [cheering] and a baby was on the way. as they were preparing for the arrival of this person, they found out their joy would be doubled. emily was expecting. [applause] [cheering] if that wasn't enough, there adopted baby came a month early just about a week ago. borne across the country with a
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new family that watches us via lifestream. it's not even irish twins. if you could raise your glasses with a grateful ting, look into the camera and toast emily, andrew and baby caleb and brother or sister on the way and to emily and andrew, from proverbs. trust in the lord with all your heart, lean not on your own understanding. you know the rest. [laughter] in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will direct your path. cheers. my friends, enjoy tonight. but importantly, remember it. i can tell you, nikki haley will
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be memorable. but in addition, i want you to remember this night because of its significance. if you journal, write it down, and i believe that you will look down and see if marks the moment, the greatest opportunity at two restore life in america. and i want to thank each of you. financial supporters, prayer warriors from activists, the team for your role in arriving at this beautiful moment and ask you now to be dedicated in all of those ways to push past the tipping point into victory for unborn children, the mothers and the restored pro-life america. think back to where we were a year ago. the presidenthe president of thd states of america stood with us at this gala wholeheartedly embracing movement and our
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strategy. [applause] our top goal ahead of the election is to win the pro-life senate majority and ensure there is another supreme court vacancy should arise a second strong constitutional injustice would be successfully confirmed. and you know what we can say to that. [applause] it would be hard to imagine a more palpable of hope and optimism, but today we can honestly say the pro-life movement is that our strongest position after almost half a century of turmoil now. president trump has governed in history his leadership providing the winning edge in the battleground states all over the country. he's made unprecedented gains
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for life possible. with the confirmation of the justices as well as all of the federathefederal circuit and dit court judges we talked about today the victories that would have been impossible without the leader mcconnell the scales are finally tipping towards unshackling the democratic process in the states to act on the will of their voters and to protect unborn children and their mothers. during more than 60 million lives lost, boys and girls intended for this world and unspeakable suffering of many around them including their mothers. it is about time. don't you see the time is now. [applause] going into 2020, abortion extremists were giving us an unlikely gift, are they not. they know that the regime is unwinding and coming to an end.
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they are overreaching. i witnessed firsthand. states that virginia, illinois and others they push radical bills to expand through birth even overturning the ban in illinois and infanticide. democrats in congress including every single democratic senator running for president have repeatedly blocked legislation to protect babies born alive in failed abortion. this is a bill so popular and obviously humane it is backed by 77% of americans and a majority, almost majority of pro-choice americans. the unintended consequences of the overreach they have unleashed a tidal wave of pro-life momentum. [applause] [cheering] and the part of america that has
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been sitting on the sidelines is awakening to the human cost of failing to engage in this. state lawmakers acting ostate lr constituents well have been emboldened to the legislation like never before introducing more than 375 bills this year alone. in missouri, alabama, ohio, kentucky, georgia, montana, north carolina, utah, louisiana. across the nation we have seen some of the strongest bills ever that would protect unborn children when they feel pain and when we can protect the heartbeat. those that stop discriminatory we have seen protection signed into law by courageous pro-life governors, many advanced by women in the pro-life women's caucus. we will not let up on that
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moment, not for one instant. and let me ask you something here tonight. tonight. when disney and netflix and the rest of the entertainment and to punish and bully georgia and other states for exercising their rights, what they stand for the people of others who do so? [applause] you bet we will. it is time for a huge pro-life trip to send up o dollars in alf those states. let's do that. come on with the. you've seen the strategy for 2020 and beyond. the election cycle will spend $41 million this cycle. we will work closely with our allies on the most ambitious legislative agenda in history to
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aggressively challenge, he rode and finally overturn roe v. wa wade. [applause] there's a couple of other things. we will be protecting the majority and increasing the ranks of the house and reelecting president donald trump. we are only planning for what we call the pro- future because of your prayers and sacrifices and service is closer than ever. speaking of all of the quality that i've mentioned, i had the great honor bound to welcome the distinguished guests tonight. she is someone that has played a key role in advancing the dignity of human life in her home state and in the trump administration priority is on the global stage fighting for human rights and saving lives
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worldwide. the honorable nikki haley is a pro-life leader of inspiring strength, character and integrity. she's a model for what susan b. anthony looks for in the politicpoliticsand who gives a e millions of women across america. she rejects the now outdated and failed model but somehow abortion would be the great liberator of women. governor of south carolina she signed landmark legislation to end late term abortion as president trump ambassador to the united nations she championed the human rights of mothers and unborn children and worked to get pro- abortion language out of the conversations concerning family and negotiations at the commission on the status of women. she promoted the policy to stop the taxpayers funding of the abortion industry overseas.
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i have heard how she lived her life for years and i am encouraged and i'm enthusiastic about her future endeavors. i'm honored to introduce a longtime friend and this evening's keynote speaker please join me in welcoming the honorable nikki haley. [applause] thank you so much. what a great room. thank you for your commitment, strength and heart. you are an inspiration to so many, and we appreciate your efforts. thank you to everyone in this room. i am so grateful to you and not just for being here tonight, but for shoving up and fighting
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every single day. each of you is doing something extraordinary. you are saving lives. so thank you. [applause] the pro-life movement is a noble cause. it's also a thankless cause. that's because the people that you are fighting for are not in a position to thank you. they are the voiceless ones. we are their voice. there is little recognition in the struggle and brittle glory in fact the opposite is typically true. many if not all of you have and arangered more than your fair share of name-calling and abuse. there is an old saying which has been repurposed countless times and it goes something like this. whoever destroys a single life
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has destroyed the whole world and whoever saves a single life has saved the whole world. think about the magnitude of that for a moment. every new life has to limit his potential. each baby saved could grow up to be a doctor, a teacher, a first responder, even a public official. you set an entire universe in motion. that is what brings all of us together. if that is what susan b. anthony is all about. so i say without an ounce of exaggeration coming you are doing god's work making our world a better place. [applause] i stand here tonight wearing
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many hats. ambassador, governor, daughter, military wife, father, and the biggest tigers fan ever. you think i'm joking. i'm not. all of these titles are part of my identity and all of these experiences have shaped my values and connection to the world. they are indispensable to my story and they are the reason i stand before you tonight. many of you know i am married to my incredible for cool husband. he's a combat veteran and a major in the south carolina national guard key is truly a saint and being married to me you know he has to be exceedingly understanding. what many don't know that michael and his four siblings
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spent several years in foster care. foster care can be amazing. but it wasn't kind to michael and his siblings. when he was five g. and his younger sister were adopted by a kind, loving couples who couldn't have children of their own. what would have happened if his biological mother had chosen a different path, if his adoptive parents hadn't been so compassionate. in politics people assume if you are republicathatif you are repe pro-life because that is what the party tells you to be. many of you also might not know
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that michael and i struggled to have a family of our own. we are blessed to be the parents of two smart, thoughtful, occasionally challenging children. but that path wasn't an easy one for us. we struggled for many years riding a roller coaster of false hopes and painful disappointment. throughout the doctor's visits and tests i had days that tested my faith and my resolve. but when i held our daughter in my arms for the first time, i felt like countless parents feel, that nothing could be more perfect and right in the world. these experiences, the good and the bad solidified for me what i had known long ago and intellectually that each and every life is a gift from god.
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so many loving families want her than anything to raise and of a child. i can't stomach the idea that we wouldn't do everything in our power to protect and nurture those lives. as governor of south carolina, i was proud to sign legislation that bans late-term abortion, protecting babies. [applause] protecting babies from the point in their development where they are capable of feeling pain. many people praised this action but many others criticized it. the attacks came from fellow women. you've heard it all before. pro-life women are traitors to their gender. if we truly care about women's rights, we would support abortion rights.
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women are expected to support choice simply because we are women. that is just wrong. we have to be true to ourselves and to others. many on the left used the debate to divide women and demand conformity. they do this in the name of feminism. but that is not real feminism. the idea that women must adhere to a particular set of values is one of the most anti-women ideas in today's culture. [applause] it is a rejection of the ideas of equality and tolerance that the movement is supposed to be all about. as a pro-life female governor, i was blessed with a unique platform and i made every effort to use it appropriately not to
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lob attacks at people who disagreed with me, not to diminish the other side, but to reframe the debate in the plane being pro-life is not about being for or against women. it's about being for a baby's right to live, the most basic right there is. as the u.s. ambassador to the united nations i was privileged to travel to many corners of the globe. i saw many wonderful things, but i also saw some horrible things that i cannot un- see. in south sudan i sat with crying mothers who told me stories about how soldiers took their babies from their arms and threw them into fires.
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in the condo i talked the boys had been captured young for double ages and put into the horrible life of child soldiers. in venezuela on the boulevard bridge, i watched parents and children walk for hours each way in the blazing sun to get the only meal they would get that they given to them by the catholic church just on the other side of the border in colombia. there are starving children digging through trash cans looking for food. i have seen places where life has been incredibly cheap and. tv available alway.there will alwa. all across the globe i've spoken with mothers and fathers who would risk everything just to have a chance at life for themselves and for their children. these people are suffering because of war, dictatorship,
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disease and abject poverty. they are a devastating reminder of the evil that exists in the world. it's the reason we should all step back and remember to be grateful because on our first day we are blessed to live in america. [applause] [cheering] it is undervalued and unprotected and gets today in this country the leaders debate whether a baby born after a failed abortion has the right to live. let that sink in for just a minute. it's something you might hear about in other parts of the world or something out of a horror movie. not here. not in america. in so many aspects of human
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life, that's a priority for the country. think of the lengths we go for the accused and the system so people don't unjustly have their freedom taken away. often risking our own soldiers lives to do it. think of the resources or medical system x. ten to the pro-life of the terminally ill. respect for human life is who we are as americans. it is right there in the declaration of independence. you can't have liberty in the pursuit of happiness without the right to life. [applause] that's why susan b. anthony's work is so important. you understand we need laws and
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lawmakers who will protect the right to life to ensure those in washington share our values. you've activated a nationwide network of more than 700,000 americans ready to educate our fellow citizens on pro-life issues. you work tirelessly to support the pro-life candidate especially when an advocate for policies that save lives. i am an optimist. we often toss around words like liberty and freedom without appreciating how groundbreaking they were. when they declared their independence, it was a bold experiment. the likes of which the world had never seen. the odds were not in their favor. war, famine, disease, discord, any number of disasters could
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have destroyed the revolution in its infancy, and yet here we are today the most powerful and generous country in the history. america cannot escape the exceptional for some. the values that give birth to the nation and live in all of us, they live in the spirit of the country and they cannot be snuffed out. in her last speech before her death in 1906, susan b. anthony declared, quote, failure is not an option. she was right then and she is right today. we have a wonderful way of living up to our desk to me. the citizens of the country are good, generous and brave for all of our problems and all of those are blessed to live in the greatest country in the world even when we falter, we rise up and find our way.
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take heart and remember no matter the struggle, no matter the load, life will prevail. some people are afraid to talk about the pro-life cause because it is too personal to uncomfortable. of course it is possible. what can be more personal than the right to live. if we want to make a difference in the world we have to embrace the personal and the uncomfortable. even though i'm a private citizen now, i know i'm too young to stop fighting. i am loud and proud and will only fight for the things i believe in like margaret thatcher said if you want something said, asked a man and if you want something done, ask a woman. [applause] [cheering]
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tonight i would like to encourage all of you to continue the good fight and continue making history and continue saving precious lives. the most important thing i did as governor and the united nations was use the power of my voice to make a difference. when he refused to sit on the sidelines and refuse to be followers against our conscience we can quite literally change the world. i will always encourage people to use the power of their voices on behalf of freedom, justice and life because you cannot truly stand for america if you cannot stand for all americans. thank you, and god bless.
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he was wearing military camouflage fatigues with the emblem right here and across his head were the knights of the ku klux klan and on his hip he had a semi automatic handgun. he came in and was followed right behind him. when i entered the room and turned a corner, he just throws. they stumbled and regain their balance and they knew what they were thinking either he gave him the wrong room number where this is an am/.
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so i approached him and i said my name is daryl davis. >> sunday on q-and-a on c-span. the reviews are in for the president. it talks "the new york times" noteworthy column. it is a mild post in the ever changing reputation and from the new york journal of books the president makes a fast read with graduations and father's day fast approaching, it makes a great gift. read about how the noted presidential historians rank the best and worst chief executives. explore the events that shaped the leaders, challenges they face and the legacies they've left behind. now available as a hardcover or e-book today on or
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wherever books are sold. >> monday the supreme court ruled 7-1 of the health and human service department should have held a notice and comment period before changing the formula which was altered in the lower reimbursements to some hospitals. the judge wrote the majority opinion and the justice stephen breyer dissented. and offered the early opinion siding with hospitals. here is the argument in the case azar versus allina health services. >> in case 17 for team 84. >> mr. chief justice may i please the court for team 95 did not require to go through the notice and comment rulemaking before it could


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