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and the reason that we are generating this enthusiasm is explosion of technology, before because we are doing something the cell phones and the space very unusual in contemporary age technology, before the global economy, it was possible american politics. in america for one breadwinner we are telling the truth. to earn enough money to take [cheers and applause] care of the entire family. one breadwinner could earn now, the truth is as every enough money to take care of the person here knows whether it is entire family. then, you got the whole global in our own personal lives or in our broad national political alwaysruth is not economy, all of the technology and you know what happens? pleasant. today, mom and dad are working, it is not always something you are happy to hear. the kids are working and they as human go forward have less disposable income than beings, if we go forward as a one breadwinner family had 40 nation, we cannot sweep the hard years ago. something is wrong with our realities of our lives economy. [applause] underneath the rug. we got to bring it out, we have to do with it. -- deal with it. in america today, in firman, west virginia, you have people
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and unfortunately, working not one job, they are unfortunately, media in this working two jobs, three jobs. country for a variety of you have people working longer reasons, largely because they hours for lower wages. are owned a major corporations we are going to create an cases.deal in most economy that protects the needs there are great exceptions but of our workers, our children, they do not deal with the our seniors, our veterans. reality -- realities of our lives in a way that we need to all of the people of this be discussing. country and not just the 1%. [applause] [applause] you a fewt give examples of what i mean and what does that mean? hard thing tod thing ta our thio making it really relevant to life here in west virginia. i have been all over this country and the things that i do? it is not. have seen are incredibly heartbreaking. in america, if you work 40 hours i went to flint, michigan where a week, you should not be living children are being poisoned by in poverty. lead in the water that they are we will raise the minimum wage drinking. to $15 an hour. [booing] [applause] i have been to detroit, michigan mean millionsll where their public school system
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is on the verge of a fiscal collapse. of people will be able to support their families with the kind of dignity and security [booing] i have been to baltimore, maryland where tens of thousands that they do not have today. of people are addicted to [applause] heroin. [audience boos] second, when we talk about equitable wages, we wil ll end i know that addiction is a problem here and we will get to bsurdity of women making that in a second. the point is -- never forget it -- we are the wealthiest country $.79 on the dollar compared to men. [applause] joinw every man here will with the women in the fight for in the history of the world. pay equity. but, most people in our country do not know that because almost all of the new income and wealth [applause] is going to the top 1%. ratesnemployment throughout this country are extremely high, especially in [audience booing] areas,nd rural we are the wealthiest country in the history of the world and that means that public school
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systems should not be collapsing. youth unemployment in this and when people are not making country should not be 30%, 40% enough income to support their or 50%. toilies, it is a no-brainer our infrastructure should not be disintegrating. suggest we need a program to put our people back to work. [cheers and applause] [applause] west virginia we as a people have got to ask and all over this country, our infrastructure, our roads, some very hard questions and bridges, water systems, then have the guts to take on wastewater plants, rail systems, some very powerful people. levies and dams are in massive disrepair. you know, a great nation is not we can create 13 million jobs with a $1 trillion investment. judged by the number of [applause] well, people say, yeah, that is billionaires it has or the number of nuclear weapons it a nice idea. has. our infrastructure is crumbling, it is judged by how it treats but how will you pay for it? the weakest and most vulnerable i will tell you. amongst us. right now, we have a corrupt
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federal tax system that allows [cheers and applause] major corporations, major corporations who make millions it is not acceptable to me that of dollars a year in profits to in america we have the highest stash their profits in the rate of childhood poverty of cayman islands, bermuda and almost any major country on other tax havens. we are going to end that tax earth. that is not the way we should be treating the young people of loophole. this country. $100 billion a year we invest into the infrastructure. [cheers and applause] [applause] right here in west virginia, your beautiful state, 100,000 when we talk about the economy, children in this great state we have got to talk about something that media almost never talks about. live in poverty. anis not a sexy issue, but over 24% of the total number of enormously important issue and kids right here in west that is our disastrous trade virginia. policy. [audience boos] tell the young
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when we talk about employment, "officially" unemployment in people something they may not america is supposed to be 5%, know. that is there was actually once a time, not so many years ago, but you know that is not the case. when you can go to a department real unemployment is much higher uy products than that. [applause] in fact, right here in west manufactured in the united virginia, this state has the states of america. [applause] trade policies lowest labor force participation rate in the country. like nafta and trade relations with china, policies written by corporate america, what happened is companies shut down plants in vermont, west in fact, only 54% of the working virginia, all over the country. age population in this state has a job. when we talk about the grotesque they said why what i want to pay somebody $15, $20 an hour when i level -- i talk about this a lot -- when i talk about the can go to china or mexico and grotesque levels of income and pay people pennies? wealth inequality, west virginia that is what they did. is almost at the top of that lostresult, we have list. millions of decent paying jobs.
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millions. one of the big differences between secretary clinton and myself -- she supported virtually every one of these disastrous trade agreements. again, again, this is a national i have opposed them all. problem. believe me, it exists in my state of vermont. our message to corporate america this is an issue we have to deal with in every state of this is you want us to buy the country. listen to this -- from 1979 to products you make? 2012, the top 1% of the people make these damn products here in west virginia and america. [applause] in west virginia saw their income go up by more than 60% on average, while the bottom 90% saw their income go down. [audience boos] this campaign is going to win go down by 4/10 of 1%. because we are listening to that is what we are seeing all over america. voices are not we have an economy today that is often heard. doing really, really great if one of the groups of people that you are in the top 1%. i have been very proud to listen
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if you are in the bottom 90%, to all over this country is young people. the likelihood is you are [applause] working longer hours for lower wages, if you are lucky enough to have a job. it is a funny thing. [applause] when we began this campaign, the general attitude of the pundittrry was that young people i want everybody here to know this is not just -- i'm using are not interested in government, politics. west virginia statistics tonight because i'm here -- this is a they are too busy with their video games or whatever else national issue and that is why they do. together we are going to create well, it turns out that the an economy that works for all of young people of this country are a lot smarter than many of the our people, not just the people pundits thought. on top. [applause] [cheers and applause] it turns out that the young a couple of years ago, i was people understand they are the chairman of the subcommittee in future of this country and they the senate. want to help shape that future. we did a hearing on poverty as a [applause] death sentence. you know what i mean by that?
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young people understand that there is something profoundly wrong when in this country this is what i mean by that. when you hear about people being poor, people say that is too today, the young generation may bad. be the first generation in the they don't have a good car, their housing is not good. then don't have enough money to go out and eat. modern history of america to being poor is much more than that. have a lower standard of living what being poor is about in than their parents. america is you die at a significantly lower age than [booing] that is right. my father came to this country at the age of 17 with no money. people who have money. he worked hard and my mom worked hard. kids would was their be financially better off than [audience boos] they were. that is called the american mcdowell county in west virginia is one of the poorest counties dream that millions of american in the united states of america. families have experienced. parents work hard so their kids can do better than they. the united states of america being the richest country in the [applause] history of the world. in mcdowell county, 77% of the
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children under 18 are living in and together, together, that poverty in the united states of american dream, that american america. [audience boos] dream we will not allow to die. [applause] in mcdowell county, men can only expect to live until the age of 63. now, i want you to think about there is another issue that this. again, being poor means not just young people all over the country talk to me about. that you have the big flat they say we did what our parents screen tv or the fancy car, it told us to do, what our teachers means you are dying at a significantly lower age. told us to do and that is go out and get the best education that if you drive six miles north we can. from this county, you are going because we all understand that learning and education is to fairfax county, virginia. inherent in who we are as human in fairfax county, men live on beings and that also for our average until the age of 82 years of age. country to do well in the future, we need the best educated workforce in the world.
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[applause] 18 years more than men live in mcdowell county. millions of young people did the [audience boos] right thing. they went to college, but then what happened is they left the average life expectancy for a woman in fairfax county is 85. 50 thousand00, in mcdowell county, it is 73 years of age. 0, $70,000 in debt. it's not just mcdowell county. we have counties like them. i have talked to people who are all over the country. these are issues of inequality paying off that debt for that as a nation we have got to decades. they can't afford to buy a car,a kidsse, get married, have address. because they are paying off that debt. what crime did they commit for [cheers and applause] getting an education? that is nuts. you know, one of the issues that [applause] i talk about a whole lot and is directly related to poverty, to
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unemployment is the fact that we all of you know that 40 or 50 have a broken criminal justice system. years ago, if you had a high [applause] school degree, the likelihood again, what this campaign is was you were able to go out and get a halfway decent job and asking all of you is to think make it into the middle class, outside of the box. with a high school degree. the world has changed, the economy has changed, technology has changed. think outside of the status quo. people today need more education think beyond the options that corporate television allow you than they did 50 years ago. to choose. [applause] -- to envisage. thinking outside of the box, [applause] think about why people in outside of the status quo leads mcdowell county die at a significantly lower age than you to a very simple conclusion. people in wealthier communities. think about why it is in city 50 years ago, it was great we after city in america, we have had free public education from first grade to 12th grade, but the world has changed. youth unemployment levels of 40%, 50%, 60% and that relates when we talk about public
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education today, it must mean making public colleges and to an international universities tuition-free. embarrassment that we have more [applause] people in jail than any other country on earth. [audience boos] think for a moment, there are people who have attacked me on this. this is the united states of it is a radical idea. america. we should have the best educated this is not a radical idea. people in the world. [cheers and applause] it exists in countries like germany already and scandinavia. our people should have decent they understand that investing paying jobs, not rotting in in their young people is jail. investing in the future of their country. [cheers and applause] [applause] this campaign is going to win by the way, you may not know because we are doing something unusual. this, but 50 years ago in the we are talking to the american people and not just a wealthy united states of america, our campaign contributors. major, great public colleges and
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universities were virtually tuition-free. if we could have virtually free [cheers and applause] tuition 50 years ago, we damn when i talk about unpleasant truths that all of us have to well can do it today. address, truth number one is that we have a corrupt campaign [applause] finance system which is undermining american democracy. once again, this proposal which [cheers and applause] think outside of the box. also includes dealing with the what does democracy mean? crisis of student debt today, because we have millions of it is not a complicated concept. people dealing with student it means you have a vote, you debt, our proposal will allow have a vote, you have a vote. majority wins. democracy does that mean the people with student debt koch brothers and a few other to refinance their loans at the lowest interest rate they can billionaires can spend hundreds find. of millions of dollars to buy [applause] elections. curiosity, how many
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people are carrying student debt [cheers and applause] right now? we are going to lower that that is not democracy, my student debt. [applause] friends. that is called now, my critics say, hey, bern oligarchy. if we do not turn things around, ie, you are nice guy giving out free tuition. we will increasingly see an you will lower student debt. economy and a government run by a handful of billionaires and together we where are you going to get the will not allow that to happen. money? here is the point. i want you to think outside of the box. [cheers and applause] this is not the dynamic that the media provides. you have to think through this stuff and you can. eight, nine years ago as a result of the greed, but, it is not just a corrupt recklessness and illegal campaign finance system that we behavior on wall street, the are going to have to address, it is a rigged economy. congress bailed out the big banks. [booing] this is what a rigged economy apparently, there was plenty of money available to bail out means. it means today -- listen to this large banks who were too big to
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fail. -- the top 1/10 of 1%, not 1%, whenieve that right now wall street is doing quite well, now owns almost as much wealth thank you, we should impose a as the bottom 90%. tax on wall street speculation. [cheers and applause] [applause] [audience boos] that tax alone, that one tax in america today, the wealthiest 20 people own more wealth than alone will bring in more than the bottom half of america. enough money to substantially 150 million people. in america today, one family, the walton family of walmart, lower student debt and make public colleges and universities tuition-free in ithis one family owns more wealth than the bottom 40% of the american country. people. [applause] now, wall street may not like it, but you know what? [cheers and applause] i could care less what wall street likes. [applause] [audience boos] you know what i say? i say enough is enough. and, by the way, when we make [applause] but, it is not only an unfair distribution of wealth. it is income as well.
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i want to say this to the young public colleges and universities people who may not believe me. tuition-free, we do something that is really revolutionary. i want you to think about this. i want you to google it after you get out of here, not now. right now in my state and right here in west virginia, you have here is the facts. a lot of kids who are growing up 40 years ago before the poor, whose parents never went to college and these kids can explosion of technology, before the cell phones and the space age technology, before the ever imagine they will go to college. global economy, it was possible if we can make it clear to the in america for one breadwinner parents and the teachers and the children that any kid in this country who studies hard, who to earn enough money to take does his or her schoolwork w care of the entire family. one breadwinner could earn ell, those kids will be able to get a higher education. [applause] enough money to take care of the entire family. then, you got the whole global economy, all of the technology and you know what happens? that is revolutionary. today, mom and dad are working, the kids are working and they have less disposable income than now, i want to touch on an issue one breadwinner family had 40 that i know is controversial years ago. here in west virginia, but it is something is wrong with our economy.
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an issue that i deal with all over the country and i'm not [applause] going to tell you anything different than i say in vermont or california. a member of the in america today, in firman, west virginia, you have people working not one job, they are u.s. senate committee on the working two jobs, three jobs. environment, i have talked to you have people working longer hours for lower wages. scientists all over this country and all of the world. we are going to create an what the scientists tell us almost unanimously is that economy that protects the needs climate change is real. of our workers, our children, [applause] our seniors, our veterans. all of the people of this country and not just the 1%. climate change is caused by human activity. [cheers and applause] [applause] alreadyate change is causing devastating problems in what does that mean? is that a hard thing to our country and around the do? it is not. world.
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lamy me give you an example of what we have to do. in america, if you work 40 hours here's what the scientists also a week, you should not be living in poverty. we will raise the minimum wage tell us, and this is scary to $15 an hour. stuff. they say if we do not get our act together and transform our [cheers and applause] energy system away from fossil $15 an hour will mean millions fuels, then what we will be of people will be able to support their families with the kind of dignity and security seeing in years to come is more drought, more flooding, more that they do not have today. extreme weather disturbances, [cheers and applause] more acidification of the ocean, more rising sea levels, and more second, when we talk about equitable wages, we will end international conflict as people the absurdity of women making fight over limited natural $.79 on the dollar compared to resources. men. [applause] [cheers and applause] me that to address this issue, we have to do two things. i know every man here will join number one, we have a moral with the women in the fight for pay equity. obligation to our kids and [cheers and applause] future generations to make
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certain that we leave this planet in a way that is when unemployment rates healthy and habitable. throughout this country are [applause] extremely high, especially in urban and rural areas, and when people are not making but, second of all, we have a enough income to support their moral obligation to to protect families, it is a no-brainer to suggest we need a program to put those workers in the fossil fuel our people back to work. industry. [applause] [cheers and applause] we cannot leave those people in the coal industry, in the oil in vermont and west virginia and all over this country, our industry, in the gas industry infrastructure, our roads, bridges, water systems, high and dry. we cannot do that. wastewater plants, rail systems, [applause] levies and dams are in massive that is why we have a moral disrepair. obligation to make certain that we can create 13 million jobs those people who may lose their with a $1 trillion investment. jobs get new jobs. [applause] [cheers and applause]
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education and all of the benefits that they deserve. well, people say, yeah, that is a nice idea. our infrastructure is crumbling, but how will you pay for it? [applause] i will tell you. when we think outside of the right now, we have a corrupt federal tax system that allows box, we have to ask ourselves major corporations, major some simple questions. corporations who make millions how does it happened that every major country on earth of dollars a year in profits to stash their profits in the guarantees health care to all of cayman islands, bermuda and their people except the united other tax havens. states? [booing] we are going to end that tax i'm a member of the committee loophole. that helped write the affordable care act. $100 billion a year we invest it has done a lot of good things, but today, 29 million into the infrastructure. people have no health insurance still. we create the jobs that we need. many of you are underinsured with high copayments and high [cheers and applause] deductibles. and, the drug companies rip us when we talk about the economy, we have got to talk about someing that media almost all off by charging us higher never talks about. it is not a sexy issue, but an
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prices than they are. [applause] enormously important issue and that is our disastrous trade policy. that is why i believe we need to again, let me tell the young move toward a medicare for all, people something they may not know. that is there was actually once single-payer. [applause] a time, not so many years ago, when you can go to a department an americat in store and buy products manufactured in the united states of america. where every person as a right has health care. [cheers and applause] that means you will not have to stay on your job if you do not like your job just because you as a result of trade policies like nafta and trade relations have health care on that job. with china, policies written [applause] by corporate america, what about going to the doctor happened is companies shut down when you are sick, not having to plants in vermont, west virginia, all over the country. worry about a copayment or a they said why what i want to pay deductible. [applause] somebody $15, $20 an hour when i think about a medicare for all can go to china or mexico and pay people pennies? program, saving the average
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that is what they did. family thousands of dollars a year on their health insurance. [applause] [audience boos] when we talk about health care, let me deal very briefly with an as a result of these terrible issue that is on the minds of all of you in west virginia and trade agreements we have lost , millions of decent paying jobs. in my state of vermont. there is no debate that we have millions. one of the big differences a tragic crisis in america today between secretary clinton and myself -- she supported virtually every one of these with opiate and heroin disastrous trade agreements. i have opposed them all. addiction. [applause] i know that it is a serious our message to corporate america is you want us to buy the crisis here, but trust me, it is products you make? a serious crisis in my state as make these damn products here in well. the issue of how we deal with west virginia and america. [cheers and applause] it seems to me to reach the conclusion that we have got to deal with substance abuse and addiction as a health issue, not a criminal issue. [applause] this campaign is going to win
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because we are listening to people whose voices are not what does that mean? often heard. what it means, again, think one of the groups of people that outside of the box, what it i have been very proud to listen means is we have got to to all over this country is young people. revolutionize mental health treatment in america. [applause] [cheers and applause] it is a funny thing. when we began this campaign, the we have got to provide treatment general attitude of the it, note when they need punditry was that young people are not interested in six months from now. [applause] government, politics. they are too busy with their video games or whatever else they do. well, it turns out that the young people of this country are on another issue relating to a lot smarter than many of the drugs, one of the problems with pundits thought. our criminal justice system is that over the last 30 years, millions of people have received [cheers and applause] criminal records because of possession of marijuana. it turns out that the young
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people understand they are the future of this country and they if you have a criminal record want to help shape that future. and you are a kid, it is hard to [cheers and applause] go out and get a job. we have to rethink the so-called war on drugs. [applause] young people understand that there is something profoundly right now under the federal wrong when in this country controlled substance act, today, the young generation may be the first generation in the marijuana is listed as a modern history of america to schedule one drug next to have a lower standard of living heroin. [booing] than their parents. uses scientists argue the pl [audience boos] and minuses of marijuana but marijuana is not heroin which is that is right. my father came to this country a killer drug. at the age of 17 with no money. [applause] he worked hard and my mom worked hard. their dream was their kids would be financially better off than i have legislation they were. in that will take marijuana out that is called the american dream that millions of american
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of the federal controlled families have experienced. substance act. [applause] parents work hard so their kids can do better than they. legalizing marijuana is a state [cheers and applause] issue. it should not be a federal crime. and together, together, that [applause] american dream, that american knows a profound dream we will not allow to die. lesson of american history and that is that real change never [cheers and applause] takes place from the top on down . it always takes place from the bottom up. [applause] there is another issue that young people all over the country talk to me about. they say we did what our parents 100 years ago when workers in told us to do, what our teachers told us to do and that is go out west virginia and all over this country were forced to work and get the best education that seven days a week, 12 hours a day, kids working in the mines we can.
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and the factories, working because we all understand that learning and education is inherent in who we are as human people came together to form beings and that also for our trade unions so they can have some dignity on the job. country to do well in the [applause] future, we need the best educated workforce in the world. that is what happens when people come together. [cheers and applause] country, ago in this millions of young people did the the kids do not know this, women right thing. did not have the right to vote. they went to college, but then what happened is they left did not have the right to get the a education or jobs they wanted less than 100 years ago. [booing] school $30,000, $50,000, $70,000 what happened? in debt. women stood up. [cheering] and i have talked to people who are paying off that debt for back and with their decades. male allies they said, in they can't afford to buy a car, a america, women will not be a house, get married, have kids second-class citizens. because they are paying off that [applause] debt.
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what crime did they commit for getting an education? hundreds of years ago, the that is nuts. abomination of slavery. [cheers and applause] african-americans and their allies had a different vision for america. some of them went to jail, some of them died, but they said in america, we will end racism, all of you know that 40 or 50 years ago, if you had a high segregation. school degree, the likelihood was you were able to go out and [applause] get a halfway decent job and make it into the middle class, with a high school degree. the world has changed, the economy has changed, technology has changed. people today need more education than they did 50 years ago. [applause] [cheering] room 10re here in this thinking outside of the box, years ago, which is no time at outside of the status quo leads you to a very simple conclusion. all, and 70 jumps up and said
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50 years ago, it was great we bernie, i think by the year had free public education from first grade to 12th grade, but 2015, gay marriage will be legal the world has changed. in 50 states in this country -- when we talk about public education today, it must mean [applause] making public colleges and universities tuition-free. the person next to him would have said you are crazy, not going to happen. [cheers and applause] but, because the gay community and their straight allies were prepared to take on bigotry and hatred, we succeeded in making think for a moment, there are people who have attacked me on gay marriage legal. this. [applause] it is a radical idea. this is not a radical idea. it exists in countries like if we were here five years ago, germany already and scandinavia. they understand that investing in their young people is somebody jumps up and says a $7.25 federal wage is investing in the future of their country. a starvation wage. [cheers and applause]
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we have to raise that wage to $15 an hour. by the way, you may not know the person next to her would this, but 50 years ago in the have said $15 an hour? united states of america, our you want to more than double the minimum wage? you are nuts. major, great public colleges and it cannot happen. universities were virtually maybe eight dollars, nine tuition-free. dollars -- $15 is too high. if we could have virtually free workers in the fast food industry, in mcdonald's, burger tuition 50 years ago, we damn king, wendy's, went out on well can do it today. strike. [applause] [cheers and applause] up and a phofought back. once again, this proposal which two years ago, in seattle, los angeles, san francisco -- $15 an also includes dealing with the hour minimum wage. [applause] in california, new crisis of student debt today, york state -- $15 an hour because we have millions of minimum wage. people dealing with student debt, our proposal will allow [applause] people with student debt to refinance their loans at the
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lowest interest rate they can find. >> ideas today that seem so radical, raising the minimum wage, making public colleges and [cheers and applause] universities tuition free, just out of curiosity, how many people are carrying student debt providing health care for all right now? people as a right, having paid we are going to lower that student debt. family and medical leave -- [applause] [laughter] ending a corrupt campaign finance system. now, my critics say, hey, bern [applause] ie, you are nice guy giving out free tuition. you will lower student debt. crisis of climate where are you going to get the change, making sure women are money? here is the point. paid equal pay for equal work. i want you to think outside of the box. this is not the dynamic that the media provides. you have to think through this making sure our kids have jobs, stuff and you can. eight, nine years ago as a ls. jail sales -- cel result of the greed, recklessness and illegal [applause]
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, they these ideas today behavior on wall street, the congress bailed out the big banks. seem radical. they are not radical. [booing] apparently, there was plenty of they are ideas that in fact are money available to bail out supported by the vast majority large banks who were too big to of the american people. fail. i believe that right now when [applause] wall street is doing quite well, but they are not supported by the billionaire class, wall street, and corporate america. thank you, we should impose a [booing] tax on wall street speculation. what this campaign is about is [cheers and applause] asking millions of people that tax alone, that one tax throughout this country, working alone will bring in more than enough money to substantially people, middle-class people, lower student debt and make public colleges and universities young people, old people, gay tuition-free in this people, straight, black white, country. latino, asian american, native [cheers and applause] american. [applause] now, wall street may not like it, but you know what? trumps oftain donald i could care less what wall the world don't divide us up. street likes.
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[applause] [cheers and applause] and, by the way, when we make public colleges and universities tuition-free, we do something that is really revolutionary. i want you to think about this. understanding when we stand right now in my state and right here in west virginia, you have ,ogether, there is nothing a lot of kids who are growing up poor, whose parents never went nothing that we cannot to college and these kids can accomplish. ever imagine they will go to college. if we can make it clear to the parents and the teachers and the [applause] children that any kid in this country who studies hard, who does his or her schoolwork w on may 10, there is going to be a very important primary here in kids will be able west virginia. to what we have learned in this campaign is when there are large get a higher education. voter turnouts, we win. [cheers and applause] when there are low turnouts, we
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that is revolutionary. lose. [applause] hope that on may 10, west now, i want to touch on an issue virginia will have the largest that i know is controversial voter turnout in the history of here in west virginia, but it is the state. an issue that i deal with all over the country and i'm not [applause] going to tell you anything different than i say in vermont or california. that is that as a member of the much west virginia u.s. senate committee on the environment, i have talked to scientists all over this country will join the political and all of the world. revolution. what the scientists tell us thank you all. [applause] almost unanimously is that climate change is real. [cheers] ♪ [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] climate change is caused by human activity.
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[cheers and applause] and climate change is already causing devastating problems in our country and around the world. here's what the scientists also tell us, and this is scary stuff. they say if we do not get our act together and transform our energy system away from fossil fuels, then what we will be seeing in years to come is more drought, more flooding, more extreme weather disturbances, more acidification of the ocean, more rising sea levels, and more international conflict as people fight over limited natural resources. [applause] it seems to me that to address
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this issue, we have to do two things. number one, we have a moral obligation to our kids and future generations to make certain that we leave this planet in a way that is healthy and habitable. >> you are watching election night coverage. [cheers and applause] bernie sanders in west virginia, but, second of all, we have a looking ahead to that state's moral obligation to to protect primary. those workers in the fossil fuel the future.s eye on industry. we are expecting donald trump to come out and hillary clinton. soon we will bring you candidate [applause] speeches. we cannot leave those people in the coal industry, in the oil industry, in the gas industry high and dry. we cannot do that. >> may 10 is the primary print senator sanders is there [applause] that is why we have a moral tonight. let's look at the results that obligation to make certain that have yet to be called. those people who may lose their jobs get new jobs.
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it is too close. we begin with rhode island. senator bernie sanders with 10% of the vote now and. to 40%of 57.4% compared for hillary clinton. [cheers and applause] that is 5200 votes for senator and get the education and all of the benefits that they deserve. sanders. [applause] 90% of the vote has to be reported in the state of rhode island. in connecticut, senator sanders when we think outside of the box, we have to ask ourselves holding onto a narrow lead with some simple questions. 50.4% of the vote compared to how does it happened that every major country on earth guarantees health care to all of 47% for hillary clinton. another state declared the winner, she has won the delaware democratic primary. 60% of the vote. and the winner in maryland and pennsylvania. the maryland results are slow their people except the united states? because of baltimore and [booing] i'm a member of the committee pennsylvania. that helped write the affordable care act. 58.3%. clinton at it has done a lot of good things, but today, 29 million people have no health insurance still. many of you are underinsured
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with high copayments and high let's look at their public deductibles. result. it is a clean sweep for donald and, the drug companies rip us trump. he has won all five primaries. all off by charging us higher prices than they are. beginning with rhode island, connecticut, delaware, pennsylvania and maryland. [applause] you see the results on your screen. 60% of the vote in connecticut. the voting is still going on and maryland. that is why i believe we need to move toward a medicare for all, they stay the governor kasich was hoping to compete in, 61% of single-payer. the vote. it comes down to delegates. [cheers and applause] donald trump increasing his lead think about an america to 927 delegates compared to 559 where every person as a right for senator crews. donald trump the only candidate has health care. delegates. that means you will not have to stay on your job if you do not like your job just because you have health care on that job. [applause] think about going to the doctor this is what the breakdown looks
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like. when you are sick, not having to worry about a copayment or a deductible. right now she has 2000 [cheers and applause] delegates compared to just over think about a medicare for all program, saving the average 1200 for senator sanders. family thousands of dollars a year on their health insurance. tweaks, senator [cheers and applause] sanders and diving state party in new york and pennsylvania when we talk about health care, that do not allow independents let me deal very briefly with an issue that is on the minds of to vote. all of you in west virginia and in my state of vermont. the cruise kasich alliance is turning up the heat. there is no debate that we have a tragic crisis in america today with opiate and heroin addiction. it is the primary next tuesday. [cheers and applause] >> we are watching the donald trump headquarters. i know that it is a serious crisis here, but trust me, it is it looks like this right now. the candidate was going to be up a serious crisis in my state as around 9:00. well. the issue of how we deal with we will keep watching that event. it seems to me to reach the hillary clinton, you can see some activity in her room in conclusion that we have got to
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deal with substance abuse and fromdelphia, a few blocks addiction as a health issue, not a criminal issue. where the convention will be held. we are going to be bringing you live coverage of whichever candidate speaks first. [cheers and applause] we will bring you the rest as the night unfolds. and also, your reaction to tonight's event. what does that mean? what it means, again, think it would like to know what you outside of the box, what it think and what's happening on means is we have got to the democratic side as well. revolutionize mental health you can tweet us. treatment in america. [cheers and applause] also, you can call us. we have phone lines divided by we have got to provide treatment public -- party affiliation. to people when they need it, not six months from now. democrats, -- [cheers and applause] as we are waiting for these events let's catch up. on another issue relating to
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drugs, one of the problems with she covers the intersection of media and politics. our criminal justice system is that over the last 30 years, you have been writing a bit about this week for donald trump millions of people have received criminal records because of as he comes into the five state primary. possession of marijuana. alliance ofwas the [cheers and applause] ted cruz and john kasich. if you have a criminal record and the announcement of megyn and you are a kid, it is hard to kelly interview with him. go out and get a job. we have to rethink the so-called war on drugs. [cheers and applause] >> it is evidence of how this is right now under the federal controlled substance act, rigged and the party establishment is trying to still marijuana is listed as a the nomination away from him. schedule one drug next to as he has done so often in this heroin. race he manages to come up with some bit of news of his own to [audience boos] take over the news cycle. he managed to do that quickly now, scientists argue the pluses and minuses of marijuana but monday by agreeing to that sit marijuana is not heroin which is
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down with fox news and megyn a killer drug. kelly who has been his arch nemesis going back to that [cheers and applause] debate last august in which he -- d about his that is why i have legislation in that will take marijuana out of the federal controlled substance act. we have seen this pivot where he is trying to stop and cast himself as more presidential. legalizing marijuana is a state issue. it should not be a federal he looks ahead to a general election battle. crime. and thery clinton [cheers and applause] former president have made their way to the podium. everybody here knows a profound we would like to talk to you lesson of american history and that is that real change never unfolds.as the primary .> wow takes place from the top on down. it always takes place from the bottom up. [cheers and applause]
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100 years ago when workers in >> thank you pennsylvania. west virginia and all over this country were forced to work seven days a week, 12 hours a day, kids working in the mines what a great night. . want to thank everyone and the factories, working people came together to form i want to thank everyone. trade unions so they can have "hillary"]ts some dignity on the job. [cheers and applause] clinton: i just want to that is what happens when people come together. 100 years ago in this country, thank everyone who came out. the kids do not know this, women did not have the right to vote. connecticut. did not have the right to get the education or jobs they i am so grateful to our wanted less than 100 years ago. volunteers, our organizers, community leaders. [audience boos] everyone who worked their hearts what happened? out. women stood up. i want to thank the leaders here in pennsylvania. [cheers and applause]
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so much for your great women fought back and with their male allies they said, in america, women will not be second-class citizens. help. [applause] i want to thank [cheers and applause] the 42nd president of the united states, my husband. [applause] hundreds of years ago, the abomination of slavery. african-americans and their allies had a different vision now, with your help we are going for america. some of them went to jail, some to come back to philadelphia for of them died, but they said in the democratic national convention. [applause] america, we will end racism, segregation. with the most votes and the most pledged delegates. and [inaudible] party to win our this election and build an [cheers and applause] america where we can all unify together.
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if we were here in this room 10 so, we need you to keep volunteering. years ago, which is no time at keep talking to your friends and neighbors. all, and 70 jumps up and said join the 1.1 million people who have contributed and hillary clinton.com. -- somebody jumps up and said bernie, i think by the year 2015, gay marriage will be legal i know there are still too many in 50 states in this country -- barriers holding too many americans back. [cheers and applause] despite what other candidates say we believe in the goodness of our people and the greatness the person next to him would of our nation. have said you are crazy, not going to happen. but, because the gay community and their straight allies were if anyone doubts that let them prepared to take on bigotry and travel across this country as i have done in this campaign. hatred, we succeeded in making gay marriage legal. hearing people's stories, learning about their struggles. [cheers and applause] if we were here five years ago,
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there are -- they are doing somebody jumps up and says bernie, a $7.25 federal wage is everything they can to provide opportunities to their children in an economy where there still are not enough good paying jobs. a starvation wage. we have to raise that wage to $15 an hour. the person next to her would have said $15 an hour? they are turning their sorrow you want to more than double the into strategy and their morning minimum wage? you are nuts. into a movement. you are thinking too big. it cannot happen. maybe eight dollars, nine dollars -- $15 is too high. workers in the fast food listen to the nurse i met who industry, in mcdonald's, burger king, wendy's, went out on strike. worked for years to build a middle-class life and raise a [cheers and applause] family. luck changed. they stood up and fought back. she used up her savings and sick two years ago, in seattle, los time. angeles, san francisco -- $15 an soon she was facing foreclosure and the prospect of losing the hour minimum wage. home she loved for more than 20 [cheers and applause] years.
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daughter and i live in oregon, in california, new in fear of the day we might come the and have a lock on york state -- $15 an hour minimum wage. door. we are in pain. we are hurting. we were and are the backbone of [cheers and applause] this country. the middle class. what is my point? we are not asking for a handout. we just want to be treated fairly. is that ideas today and she is. sot seems a radical -- [applause] she is speaking far so many people. radical, raising the minimum wage, making public colleges and universities tuition free, providing health care to all people as a right, having paid people who have worked hard and , endingnd medical leave done their part, but just can't seem to get ahead. can find it tough even to get by. worriesth all these a corrupt campaign finance together, we are going to come addressing the crisis of together. we are going to solve the problems. [applause] climate change, making sure women are paid equal pay for equal work.
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and -- you know -- making sure our kids have jobs, "hillary"]nts not jail cells. [cheers and applause] clinton: too many people all of these ideas today, they seem radical. feel at the mercy of forces too big. they are not radical. they worry those of us in they are ideas that in fact are politics put our own interests ahead of the national interest. supported by the vast majority of the american people. the faith we can make things better, give our kids a better future then we have, is at the [cheers and applause] heart of who we are as a nation. but they are not supported by the billionaire class, wall street, and corporate america. reasons beingany american has always been a [audience boos] blessing. restoringgn is about what this campaign is about is asking millions of people people's confidence in our throughout this country, working ability to solve problems together, delivering results people, middle-class people, that help people follow their young people, old people, gay people, straight, black white, own dreams. we are setting goals,
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latino, asian american, native american. progressive goals backed up by real plans that will improve [cheers and applause] making certain donald trumps of lives. [applause] the world don't divide us up. progress, that is how [cheers and applause] gets made. we have to be dreamers and doers. [applause] great democratic president once said that there is nothing wrong with america that can't be cured by what is right with americans. [applause] understanding when we stand here is what i believe. we can create more good jobs and together, there is nothing, rising incomes three jobs that nothing that we cannot provide dignity, pride and a accomplish. middle-class life. we can renew our democracy by [cheers and applause] overturning citizens united. [applause] can lift up people in places on may 10, there is going to be who have been left out from our inner cities to appalachia, and a very important primary here in
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every manufacturing town, holiday when the factory closed. west virginia. every community scarred by what we have learned in this substance abuse and addiction. campaign is when there are large voter turnouts, we win. every home where a child goes to bed hungry. wet it's -- that is what when there are low turnouts, we lose. democrats believe in and what we know is possible. [applause] on a stronguild that's what i want to hear. progressive tradition from franklin roosevelt to barack i hope that on may 10, west obama. virginia will have the largest voter turnout in the history of [applause] the state. [cheers and applause] i applaud senator sanders in his -- and his supporters for challenging us to get i hope very much west virginia unaccountable money out of giving greater will join the political revolution. emphasis to closing the gap of thank you all. inequality. i know together we will get that [cheers and applause] done. ♪
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because, whether you support senator sanders or you support me, there is much more that unites us than divides us. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2014] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its we agree wages are too low and caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] inequality is too high. wall street can never be allowed to threaten main street. we should expand social security, not cut or privatize it. [applause] ♪ we democrats agree college should be affordable to all and student debt shouldn't hold road to the white house anyone back. coverage continues with speeches from the candidates following primaries and five eastern states. we democrats agree every single we will hear from donald trump, american should and must have hillary clinton, and ted cruz. quality affordable health care. [applause] our bus continues to travel across the country to honor we agree our next president must keep our country safe, keep our winners from this year's student cam competition.
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troops out of another costly ground war in the middle east. recognizing winners from laramie junior high school. they were recognized from and, we democrats agree climate classmates, family, and local change is an urgent threat. officials for their video access theigher education is requires an aggressive future. and then visiting in rapid city response that can make america the clean energy superpower of and sioux falls and then delano the 21st century. middle school in minnesota where third prizewinners were honored and we democrats agree on defending all of our rights. for their video on water pollution. a special thanks to our cable rights,ghts, voting forners, comcast, charter women's rights, lgbt rights, rights for people with helping to coordinate these visits. difficulties. be sure to watch one of the top [applause] 21 entries before what washington journal." election, we will have to stand together and trump won all five prevail against candidates on primaries and talked to an the other side. who will threaten those rights and picked americans against audience in front of trump each other.
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tower. this is about 40 minutes. they would make it harder to vote, not easier. they would deny women the right to make reproductive health care decisions. millions ofound out mr. trump: i want to thank everyone. this is a far bigger win than we expected. all five and that is something. hard-working immigrants and import them. they would demonize and discriminate against that is really something. hard-working terror hating not only is it all five, it is muslim americans who we need in all five whether it is 60 or just about 60 and even i see one the right against radicalization. of their as 66 and 67. most of the top candidates in the republican party deny climate change even exists. you have to remember and i say the other day, mr. trump accused this all the time to the pundits, there are three people when you crack 60 and as we did me of playing the woman cards. last week with our great city [crowd boos] and our great state of new york, when you crack 60 with three people that is hard to do. in fact i think chris can tell equal payg for hi is if you crack 60 that and paid family leave is playing called a massive landslide but we have three. the woman cards then deal me in. things haveange [applause] happened. last night it was very strange when i watched this group get together.
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"hillary"]ts that was a strange moment. i got a call at 11 p.m. and we talked and i said that is a good thing because it shows weakness. it shows in effectiveness it friends. shows failing campaign. my friends. if you are a democrat, an it is collusion. in business they put you in jail independent or a thoughtful for collusion. know their you in politics you are allowed to get away from it but it really is. approach is not going to build i thought it was a very weak signal. an america where we increase the republican party need something much different than opportunity or decrease that. we will be going to -- thank inequality. instead of letting us go you. [applause] backwards we want america to be in the future business. , iwill be going to indiana [applause] will be leaving tomorrow afternoon for a long stay and it that is why i want you to keep is a great state, have many friends there. imagining a tomorrow where knight andach, bobby instead of building walls we are breaking down barriers. we are making it more likely we will be spending a lot of americans will be part of a time with bobby and bobby is an amazing guy. he is tough and sharp, he is prosperous, inclusive, decent society. smart and he wins. he knows how to win and the we are imagining a tomorrow people of indiana love him and where every parent can find a good job and every grandparent bobby has endorsed me and we will spend tomorrow night and i think the next day with bobby so
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can enjoy a secure retirement. it will be a lot of excitement and fun. we imagine a tomorrow where no that is called the gold standard child grows up in the saddle that shadow of discrimination or for indiana. i would say bobby knight has to be the gold standard and we have deportation. where every child, every child so many other people that have endorsed us so that will be great. we will's -- be spending the has a good teacher and a good afternoon and spending numerous school. days in indiana and this will be no matter what zip code that something really special. child lives in. [applause] i want to thank the media. the media has covered me very a tomorrow where any fair for the last two hours. young person can graduate from college debt-free. they have been really -- for the [applause] last few weeks. are going to imagine a the kratz we have our tomorrow where hard work is record-setting, bigger than i have to saynie, honored. families are supported. streets are safe and communities are strong, where love trumps and i suggested today, you probably saw that, the democrats have treated bernie very badly hate. [applause] and friendly, i think he should run as an independent. that is the future i want. i think they have treated him very badly. the system is a bad system and i want that future for my whether it is their system or
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granddaughter and for all of our our system you look at what goes children and grandchildren. on. the best way to beat the system is have evenings like this where you get records setting boats think of this. and record setting delegates. our nation was on right here in philadelphia. analogy of the boxer. [applause] when the boxer knocks out the independenceon of other boxer you do not have to and constitution were signed wait around for a decision so that is what it is and that is just a few blocks away. what happened tonight. that is what happened last week in new york. that is what is been happening throughout. ever since, even through dark and difficult chapters of our we have millions more votes -- millions more than cruz. history the idea of america has millions more votes than kasich. shown through. kasich now, i guess he was 1 in 41. are a great we now he is 1 in 46. country. and unselfish country. why is he here? a compassionate country. dr. ben carson did much better. [applause] he could've hung around and on very well. if you look, chris christie did but, america's greatness is not much better. a birthright. if you look, marco rubio did it must be earned by every much better. [applause] generation. in fact, marco rubio right now hillaryclinton.c has more delegates than kasich. all they had to do was hang om around.
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call and contribute. let's go forward. let's win the nomination. they thought it was in july let's return as a inappropriate. it's like a spoiled person that just says, i'm just stating for unified party. thank you all so much. -- staying for whatever reason. kasich, has soon as he gets hit with the first negative ad -- [applause] he's had none -- bing, that is the end of that. ♪ that is all he can say. we came up even against hillary. we will beat her so easily. [applause] remember this. [applause] i was not going to run, according to everybody, and i read. i was not going to sign your life away, and i signed it. everybody said, wow. and we put in the financials. they were phenomenal, a little bit like this evening, for better than people even thought. i built a great company with the help of my sons and daughters -- with the hope of my family, frankly. we built a great company.
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everybody said again, well, she's just going to have a good time for a couple weeks, he's enjoying it. very shortly we went to number one. we have been there ever since. ♪ we have been number one ever since. hundreds more delegates. i think this might be the biggest of them all. in new york, almost 62%. that was incredible. far better than what had people thought. they said, if you can break 50, with three people, it's hard to do that. we had almost 62%. [applause] picked up so many delegates. last week, we had 95 delegates in new york state. new york city, the whole thing. ended up with 95. singleed up almost every one of them. this one is a diverse victory. rhode island, maryland,
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connecticut. you go pennsylvania, delaware. and every one of them was conclusive. and every state is so different. i mean, i think one of the greats, when you look at 50% in massachusetts and almost 50% in alabama. ♪ now, that is pretty different. but all across the board. i think we are going to do well in washington state. i think we will do amazingly well in oregon. and every place we are going to. i mean, we are going to be fighting hard. new mexico, we will be fighting really hard. and i think governor kasich and senator cruz have really hurt themselves with a faulty deal that was defaulted on before the even started. because kasich said, what do you mean, aren't they going to vote for me in indiana? well, i said i thought they just made that deal. politicians, all talk, no action, they can't get it done, and they certainly can't straighten out our country. because we are going to bring
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back jobs, take care of our military, so many things. [applause] to me, especially over the last two weeks -- i have traveled new york state, i went to syracuse, poughkeepsie, rome, new york our rome. there is another roman out there someplace. we went to rome, new york. we went to the island, bethpage -- every place we went -- manufacturing down 40% and even more. and then, we go to pennsylvania and we see the same thing. you look at what is happening with steel and other industries. i get statisticians to give me numbers. and before i leave, give me the numbers. and every single place i go is a disaster. manufacturing down 40-45-60% sometimes in a relatively short time. our jobs are being sucked away
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from our country and we aren't going to let it happen anymore. we are going to make it >> you're watching hillary clinton live where she is celebrating her victory in the difficult to do that. and when companies want to leave pennsylvania primary. this country, our great country, and want to lay off all these people that have helped build we are waiting for donald trump the country, there will be consequences for the company to pay. that trump tower in new york when they think they will make their product and send it in, no city. we are told he will be out in a couple of moments. taxes through a very weak we will bring you live coverage of his speech after a five state border, which will be very strong by the way. sweep and the amtrak primary. just remember, i said it. [applause] when they think we are going to there are a number of results we send their product through this have and interesting senate races. what do you have? border and pay no tax and >> there are some delay in getting results from maryland because the balloting continued have no consequences for what they did, it's not going to into the evening in baltimore. happen that way. when we do that, all of a sudden we can report from twitter mcginty is ahead in the democratic primary. , and i'm going to say, i'm let's take a look at the presidential race. it is not a sweep for hillary staying in syracuse and pennsylvania, i'm staying in
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clinton. maryland. results from rhode the people of maryland have been so incredible. we had rallies in maryland and island. senator sanders declared the pennsylvania that were absolutely unbelievable. yesterday in pennsylvania, we were in an arena that was like winner. madison square garden. they turned away thousands of moving to connecticut. people. unfortunately, the press never a race that is too close to call reports it. they always show my face. i said does anybody want to show . senator sanders is holding onto a narrow lead. this arena that has tens of thousands of people in it? that's ok because i will explain it to you. we'll have our country back, make america great again. in the other states, ,nd i just want to tell you pennsylvania, delaware and maryland hillary clinton is declared the winter. the home state of her father who for the five states, i am so honored. grew up in trenton. this was to me our biggest night. [applause] sanders is nearly 42%. so, thank you very much. and we will take some questions. in delaware hillary clinton also yes, cbs? the winner with 60% of the vote >> [indiscernible] compared to 40% for bernie ,anders and and maryland getting nearly 70% of the vote compared to 27.9% for senator sanders. mr. trump: yeah, i don't know the numbers are coming in slow the final numbers -- for the most part, it has been because the voting continued in millions of dollars.
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baltimore. a clean sweep for donald trump. yes, go ahead. donald trump getting 60% plus of the vote. >> [indiscernible] 65% in rhode island. governor kasich coming in a distant second. senator cruz getting just over 10% of the vote. mr. trump: i consider myself the , 60ld trump in connecticut presumptive nominee. [applause] .2%. [indiscernible] senator cruz and governor kasich 11.8%. cruz at should really get out of the race. story.sylvania the same they have no path to victory. they should get out of the race nearly 60% of the vote. second atuz coming in , and we will the republican party. 20.7%. john kasich just over 18%. -- and heal the republican party. , nearly 100% of the i am a unifier. we have people asking this party. we're going to have such unity. some have gone too far over the
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edge. we are going to beat hillary clinton. way. and we are going to win. [applause] maryland is the 11th state that >> [indiscernible] mic, no audio. hillary clinton lost to brock obama that she wanted this year. these microphones here -- she won it this year. is open. >> you talk about pennsylvania's delegates on the republican side well, let me give which makes its delegates important for the convention this summer. you an example. >> only 17 will be committed delegates. we are leading by so much. i think we are going to hit the numbers pretty easily. [indiscernible] with donald trump winning he will get those 17 delegates. there are 54 delegates who will be unbound and they will remain mr. trump: with pennsylvania, we had a massive victory, above 60%. unbound until the convention in cleveland. .hey could play a pivotal role
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it depends on if senator cruz is able to win the indiana primary. the trump people are going to pennsylvania has been amazing. make the a must win state for [applause] senator cruz. we've got 17 delegates outright. between agreement and then, you have 54 or so that governor kasich and senator cruz could play a part, a key role are up for grabs. the one thing different with pennsylvania -- i have heard for the keystone state. about it for years -- the winner of pennsylvania, there is a moral obligation, at least in >> we're going to take your telephone calls. the first round, to support the you can phone us. person that won. we will put the numbers on the bottom of our screen. you can send us a tweet by using we won did not only win, the c-span address. big. we will mixed in your commentary. keep in mind, you have the three you're watching hillary clinton on the screen. think she isster people. when you have three people, to the most well-qualified candidate in my lifetime of 77 years. wo get 60%, that's almost she says she shines compared to the rest of them. unheard of. that is our first week of the getting 60% with two people, year. that's still a really big victory. we have a great republican leader and you have a moral ask another. obligation. all i care about is the first round. you hear that cruz growing
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caller: i voted for hillary clinton. host: why do you support hillary clinton? caller: she is the strongest woman i've seen in quite a long time that stands up for women's rights, wants to bring communities back together, and go and make sure all of us have oing around buying fair pay. people dinner, getting them into hotel rooms. i love her and i support her. he's looking for the second and third and fourth. i'm proud of my state of i'm not too interested in that. we are going to win on the first. i'm not looking to go to the delaware for voting for her. second and fourth. the truth is, even if it went caller: there, can you imagine-- in california, i think we hit -- host: what impact has senator 50% today. they are at 18%, 60% -- there is a massive difference. sanders had? caller: i don't think any in --18%, 16%. california is home of area -- home of carrier air-conditioning, which is leaving for mexico. i am saying that won't happen if my opinion. she had her husband in there for i'm president. carrier will not be leaving indiana, if i'm president. eight years. she has seen how everything works. she's been beside him. but i've talked about this for a she helped him. long time. and when you think about it, the she's the most qualified because bernie sanders was never in the white house. unfair thing that pundits never report, when i began the process, very capable people qualified is the most with these people -- 17, a record in history of politics.
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. she is the strongest woman that carson, 17ben can handle this. i just admire her so much. host: thank you for your call. people. i go, and i start winning. tweet, rhode island was the most exciting result. the others were predicted long i'll win new hampshire, and i get 32%. people will say, why did he get before. 32%? you can't get 50% when you have 16 people. and they call from san francisco, this is diana, a then, i go to south carolina. republican. we have a massive victory. what are you thinking about the contest on your side? what iswell, it that was cruz's stronghold. except i won it in a landslide because of the evangelicals that occurring is the general turnout, it looks like democrats backed to me. are turning out in larger they have been unbelievable. so, i won there. numbers than republicans which we had 12-14, many people. bodes ill for the general and i got a lot. election. i would like to comment that we went to nevada. senator cruz has made a mistake alabama, with all the people we had, we almost had to percent. with collaborating with kasich. massachusetts, we almost got 50%. to garnermaneuver i was watching tonight, the pundits never talk about the fact that these early states 3 delegate votes. i think that's going to backfire
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on him. tonight shows it backfired. s, especially even now, we have i think it a. three. republicans he is trying to hillary has one. maneuver his way into the we have three. convention. host: thank you for your there is a big difference comments. between fighting one person and twitter, -- as predicted, fighting two people in terms of percentages. so what i am talking about, when you talk about the 1237 number, trump strong. the first 70%, we had 16-17 people to 10, to 8, to 6, to 5, to 4, and now we are at 3. indiana, an important stay in this election year. what are your politics? actually, i'm so, it's really unfair. i mean, i have always been good at math. nobody ever discusses that. independent. i was a former elected him a when i watch television -- whether it's cnn, fox -- they -- i didn'tceholder never talk about the fact that like the direction the democrats we have all these people. were going. host: what direction would you prefer? caller: personally i think the democrat party is holding people and if you've got a 32 or 38%, and you have 7 people running, that's like 75%. back. i think what they do is they throw out government subsidies. honored toreally
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they want to grow welfare. the new norm is not having a have hit over 60% in virtually every race with only three people left. two-bedroom bungalow with your own backyard and a swing set. ok, go ahead. what the democrats want is they i did not want to bore you with want you to live in subsidized that long -- i'm telling you, it's never discussed on television. houses with a public playground. go ahead. and more welfare. >> can you come up with a short list of potential running mates? the media has convinced people cruz -- that is what they want and that mr. trump: he is wasting his is what they need. i didn't agree with that. time. host: who is your candidate this list of running mates? i heard he had a news conference tonight, and a news conference was for the purpose that is year? caller: donald trump. getting out of the race. that is what i thought. and instead just more talk. absolutely. i think people have so much of a distressed on the democrats and but, you know, no, i don't even termlican side, a use the want to think about that. i'm not doing that. we're going to set up a they are all cockroaches. committee in the not too distant future. i don't want to think about it they could go through a nuclear right now. bomb and they would survive. i want to finish it off. >> governor christie? the only thing that can put them whois a new voice, someone at the end of the day is not
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going to take care of their own. i think donald trump is the only choice. host: steve, you have results. mr. trump: i think chris christie is fantastic. [applause] >> [indiscernible] about -- talk mr. trump: no, i am me. i hear that, sara. about maryland. a fairly sizable lead. he will be presidential, not hollen compared essential -- it's easy to be presidential. i am not playing a part. look, i started off it 17, and in winning, it is over. to 85,000 four donna edwards. as far as it can concern, it's over. why would i change? you have a football team and you are winning and you get to the in maryland's eighth super bowl, you don't change congressional district, leading your quarterback. by 5000 votes. race, pennsylvania senate right? so, i'm not changing. i think we are going to do great holding onto a fairly sizable in the general. lead courtesy of the television i may act differently, but my station. thought process is the same. if i speak to group of 10 people in a conference room, i'm not going to speak the same way i 97,004 joe sestak. spoke in pennsylvania yesterday to 25,000 people. it is a very different thing. but i will be saying similar things. himhe party supported yes, go ahead. >> [indiscernible]
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before and now they are behind. >> very much so. policy? vice president biden was there yesterday campaigning. mr. trump: i'm doing a foreign host: we will return to phone policy speech, yes. which i look forward to. calls. let's take a peek at donald >> if you lose, are you trump's headquarters on your screen. concerned about losing enthusiastic long-term supporters-- a lot of people are gathered mr. trump: it's an interesting question. awaiting the candidate. i've had many people write in, tweet in, call in -- please in philadelphia clinton and don't change, state the way you are! the former president working look, i'm not changing. that crowd. potato headeet from on twitter who writes donald you know, i went to the best trump is the president we need schools. more than ever. i am like a very smart person. ted cruz and kasich need to step i am going to represent our person with dignity and very aside and unite the party. well. but i do want to change my personality. [applause] it got me here. somebody said, if you change you are you there? caller: yes ma'am. would be where you are right now. host: your comment? caller: i'm am a strong you know, we beat a lot of people. a lot of people are saying what supporter of donald trump. happened darling, why are we sitting here watching television? have a breath of do not forget, when i announced, fresh air. there were many favorites going someone who was not catering to to win. one of those people raised over anyone other than the masses who $100 million in a pac, have a
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are frustrated with too much lot of money personally. others had big advantages, government and wasted spending. governors of major states, etc. i'm also in favor of mr. trump they were all going to do great. because he is planning to they were all going to do great. but one after another, and here we stand, with 5 victories over enforce the law on the book on 60%. illegal immigrants. i am not opposed to immigrants. david? david: tonight in her speech, we are all immigrants. hillary clinton had a theme but i do believe we have a law enforceooks, we need to about love trumping hate. it or take it off the books. proper screening with the how you fight back against someone -- , iespread terrorist activity mr. trump: i call her crooked hillary. she would be a horrible president, she knows nothing about job creation. her husband signed nafta, which destroyed to this country believe mr. trump is not committed to serve big economically. i will tell you. look at new york state. government, or excessive look at new england, spending. pennsylvania, nafta was a disaster. in the long run i think the her husband signed it. and it was a disaster for the donald will trump everything in country. hillary will be horrible, absolutely horrible on economic his path. host: thank you. development. she will be terrible on jobs. a republican. on twitter, once again, hillary
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gives me hope for a more level she knows nothing about jobs, except jobs for herself. and when it came to answering th playing field at work and congress and life generally. e phone -- let's go to our phone call. [applause] when it came to answering the phone at 3:00 in the morning, what you have to say? she was sleeping. see, thet's amazing to she wasn't with benghazi. if you look at what she has done two front runners are who they with syria, so many other things. she will not be a good president. she doesn't have the strength, are. hillary and donald are probably the stamina. i know about dealing with china. i've made billions of dollars going to have to start running dealing with china. against each other. more so than what they were. china can be dealt with, and you i'm leaning toward the donald can get along with them. myself. but hillary does not have the strength or the stamina to deal with china or other things. benghazi because of with hillary and you know, with but bottom line, one of the big the e-mails. problems our country has his problems with trade. i think it's bad for the country. where you have china, japan, i would hate to see in the mexico -- so many countries term, there are too just ripping us left and right. the politicians cannot handle that problem. two reasons. many questions for me. they don't have the competence >> next up, a senate primary to do it.
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going on. second, most of them are paid off through campaign contributions so that they don't touch certain things. we have a presidential primary. when people are making less money in real wages than they were 18 years ago, and some >> i voted for hillary clinton. people say wow, he had a big crowd. that's one of the big reasons. i mean, you have people making less money today, because you see every stat -- less money she has a tremendous amount of experience. today, david, than they made 18 years ago. and in some cases, they are working 2 jobs. unfortunately, it hasn't sunk in so, they are getting older and working harder. it shouldn't be that way. with some people. >> you are not worried about the hillary clinton is being labeled-- mr. trump: no, not worried about it. thinking person's choice by not worried about it. 100%. i am not a hateful person. i am in favor of chris van i am a person that loves people. racen, who is running a make america great again. against a woman who asked told that's the theme. she is going with that. many falsehoods. i will do far more for women then hillary clinton will ever he should be in the united do. states senate. including protecting our country. she will not be good with the military. >> how about the race to succeed she will not be good at protecting our country. him? she has had her shot. is that your district?
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and she raised her hand when it >> there are some good people came to iraq, and she shouldn't running. i have gotten to favor them. have voted. and if you remember, just take a kathy matthews is good. look at the things bernie sanders was saying about hillary clinton. host: it is a big raise. he said she is not qualified to be president. but he said something else. i am sure you will not miss the what is qualified? advertisements. caller: that is true. i mean, you have to run and see what happens. waking me up and coming at but he said some things about her that were so incredible. dinner time. incredible. host: thank you very much for and so incredibly bad. your phone call. there is a great level of hatred. another point of view about hillary clinton on twitter who but he has been telling the truth. i think bernie sanders should run as an independent. write, will democrats unite i think he will do great. under hillary? ok? nominee, presumptive she is right on many social is there a level of frustration? issues but is to neocon. mr. trump: i think the party is seeing me that way. i'm getting calls that you would not believe. i am getting calls from people caller: i support bernie that i can't even know how they sanders. one of the main problems we have seen in this election is there can do it, because they have said such horrible things about
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me. now they want to join the team. , democrats,can chris can tell you that. ben carson can tell you that. other people can tell you that. strongly dependent candidates corey can tell you. that decided to run with the paul can tell you. i actually say, how can you do popular parties instead. this? how can you do this? votee should be able to how can you do it? and they have no problem. for an independent party this names that you wouldn't believe. election. names that you interview and say we are not going to be able to. the primary is set up where the choosingre accusing -- oh, trump, trump, trump. and how they want to join the team. a lot of them will be coming out soon. what is going to represent them. yes? >> foreign policy so, if they don't think donald trump -- they don't think donald trump lines up with what they [indiscernible] believe then. mr. trump: tomorrow is going to they are not stealing anything be interesting. away from him. it is going to be some of my they are saying we don't want you to represent us because you views on foreign policy and defense, and lots of other things. don't believe what we believe. and we'll be it's the same on the other side. for anybody to say it is rigged part of it isand or they are trying to steal something, it seems erroneous to me. host: thank you. the economics. i was asked the question recently by wolf blitzer on cnn, back to twitter. and he talked about nato.
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writes to us he at first, people didn't like it. they said, trump is right. i said it was obsolete and too many people are getting a free ride. i'm concerned trump will because we are funding 72-73% of increase the national debt because the tax plan will nato. you have 28 countries. increase by $10 trillion. and many of these countries are next is a phone call. just taking advantage of the united states. and you have to pay up. we don't have a country with $19 who is your candidate, austin? trillion in debt. are you there? we cannot afford this anymore. caller: yes, hello. part of what i'm saying -- we love our country and our allies, my candidate is donald trump. but our allies can no longer be taking advantage of this country. host: why do support mr. trump? this isn't 40 years or 20 years caller: i support him -- i don't ago, this is now. and we have to rebuild our infrastructure, our country, we support any republican nominee, have to get rid of isis and but growing up in a conservative home i feel that it is right get rid of them fast. because my family is from cuba our military is totally depleted. and i am allowed -- i feel my we have to build it up. it's going to be the cheapest thing we can do. a lot of great things are going to happen. we are going to make america badn ancestors would feel great again. >> [indiscernible] if i were to have a candidate who would be for left-wing mr. trump: no, no, you are really going to hear different things.
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positions. i'll never change one thing. and socialism. you know what i will never host: thank you for change? "make america great again." i will never change. participating tonight. zoe paris is on twitter. [applause] please tell me why people are voting for tron. no, is not going to be the trump susan is an iowa. doctrine. in life, you have to have its who is your candidate in this primary? caller: hillary clinton. flexibility. host: why? you may say one thing and, the caller: she is a person you can following year you want to change it, because circumstances are different. ask a question to an she will i have followed people for years. tell you what the plan is, who and i have friends, many of them has to take care of it, and who endorsing me, many great business people. pays for it. many great business i want to say to bernie is number 98, people. you have to have flexibility. second from the bottom on a you can't say, this is my doctrine and i won't move. the world changes, leaders change. .ipartisan lots of things happen. so, you can't say that. he will not give and take when yes, sir? it comes to bipartisanship when it comes to the congress. >> [indiscernible] mr. trump: we don't have a ceiling. do you know what our ceiling is? i think it's 100%. [applause] next
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we don't have a ceiling. host: next up, terry, who do you and again, the ceiling was always so unfair. i want to do it because it's so support? caller: i have recently switched important. but the ceiling, they kept saying, he doesn't hit 50%. to the republican ticket. i support donald trump. they do not say that anymore. there is a reason why. how do you hit 50% when you have he stands with the people in 16 people in a race? general. you can't do it. need. trump is a man of >> we are talking about the northeast. new york has -- they need is the economical system of the united states. mp: no, no, you don't when he refers to mexicans and understand, i have many people this, and this, 67% of these running. i think i'm going to win new york. know of the republican can say it. employees are females and conservative voters? did you see the polls coming out tonight? foreigners. the most conservative people into the republican party, tonight, back donald trump. the only thing i would like to [applause] tell donald trump, i have thought about this, if i could the most conservative. go ahead. express my opinion i would say take the wall down in mexico and make the proposition to make mexico into a state. debt is the single that doesn't do away with all the factories going to mexico
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, our jobsrove mexico biggest question i am getting -- come back to the united states because it would be the united states, and we have no borders. student debt. we are going to work on that. we clean it up and straighten students have the problem with it, and we cut mexico on the map that. like it should be. with debt. that is one reason donald is they go to a could college, they are choking on debt. wrong about the law. they get good marks, they working hard, and they can't get think he is right about the a job. economical system. and we have had more people to i am going to brings jobs back vote and express their opinion to this country like you have never seen. [applause] since kennedy. that is the biggest problem. bynedy only one his election >> the contrast in terms of how 125,000 people and next and said -- well, we have a lot i don't want the convention. of contrast in terms of jobs, in terms of how i would handle wall donald trump is over 2 million votes ahead of anybody else street. look, hillary clinton is funded by wall street, folks. running on the republican ticket. she won't get the nomination unless she gets indicted with when they say we can vote that we want to vote, i would say respect to what is happening they should meet with the people with the e-mails. and not the delegates. ok? you look at what happens to so we have had more challenges in many other people. they went through hell, their the democratic party in the last lives have been destroyed for
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eight years and we are not doing less than what hillary clinton did. ahead. we are behind. what she did is an outrage. our deficits, it is like obama doing away with puerto rico with it is absolute criminal outrage. the bankruptcy chapter nine. and for her to be able to run as a democrat, maybe that is why bernie sanders isn't finished. $171 billion we threw away. but the only way you can say that is not the way it is supposed to work. that is if something happens to if you borrow money you have to her. she is being protected by the pay it back. democrats. i think donald trump is like a large banker. because what she did, and i see he will treat united street's -- it, and whether i read about it in the papers or watch it with states the way we should be legal experts or tv, virtually treated. we didn'tone race every single one of them says what she did is a criminal act have results for was the democratic side in connecticut. . steve has an update. and what she did is a very >> it had not been called dangerous thing for our country. because it is so close. yet, here she is running for it could go to bernie sanders. president. i think hillary is a flawed candidate. now, senator sanders i think she's going to be easy to beat. i think she's going to be much easier to beat than most of the 16 people that i competed with continues to hold onto a just recently. [applause] there he narrow lead. 79,845 votes compared to go ahead.
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78,154 for hillary clinton. >> if you become president, what that's 50% compared to 40.5% for hillary clinton. the other states that were one is your number one -- tonight, he was declared the mr. trump: to me, always the number one security threat to winner a short while ago. the united states is nuclear. that is our biggest threat. to your earlier point, those it is our biggest risk. the power of weaponry. and we have to be unbelievably unpledged delegates in careful. pennsylvania, his point will the single biggest -- it is not have no choice but to go all out global warming. president obama said the biggest in cleveland. threat is global warming. give me a break. in case you're wondering why he ok? is not at the trump tower, the biggest threat to our country is nuclear. tonight i'm a time magazine time and we cannot let iran get a 100 party. nuclear weapon. [applause] we are going to do something where we will have a real they are surprising the trump -- partnership with china. donald trump hit the red carpet you know, we have a lot of power over china. tonight. i think it is not surprising. china has rebuilt itself by making a fortune over us. china has tremendous power over and chris van hollen on his way north korea. we have to be very vigilant on to winning the senate nomination north korea. we cannot let this guy go much . further. and china should handle the
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problem. china can handle it very easily. they say that they can, but they are toying with us. again, he has been declared the they are toying with us. winner in the maryland senate we have a lot of power. democratic party. we are going to have a great relationship with china, with putin and russia. >> thank you. that was a hard-fought primary. but let me tell you, china has a bernie sanders is the only lot of power over north korea. candidate who not only claims to a tremendous amount of power. stand for what i believe then they just refuse to use it, and they refuse to talk about it. that actually does and always has. and they are toying with us. we are looking at the results tonight. and they don't respect us or our president and they are getting away with murder. a clean sweep for donald trump. and this guy is getting away as you can see we're awaiting with murder. what's going to happen, very him to come out and speak with important to me -- nuclear his supporters. we will bring you live coverage. weaponry, that is your single biggest threat in the world you have had coverage of hillary today. go ahead, tom. clinton, bernie sanders, and tom: running for president in earlier ted cruz who was in indiana. university --p there are no events with john kasich tonight because of the alliance he has declared earlier in the week with ted cruz. mr. trump: no, that is a civil
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case. canceled his campaign event i am going to win that easily. >> [indiscernible] and is not doing any public events tonight. three of the mr. trump: well, my unfavorables have come down a lot over the last few weeks. remember this -- i saw it on all of the cable stations, and a lot remaining candidates this evening. of the networks. we are waiting for donald trump. and i read it in a lot of we will continue to take your papers. telephone calls. i've had 55,000 negative ads next up is larry, a democrat. against me. who did you vote for? caller: i'm voting for bernie when i ran in florida, i had 14,000 negative ads. sanders. i think he has a tell pass. millions and millions of 25%ink hillary is getting dollars, and i won in a landslide. i've had negative ads all of women's votes simply because she is a woman. throughout, and i've won in a landslide. you know it. that is a little different you all reported it. because we've never had a woman even carl would agree to that. running for president before. i mean, landslide. tremendoushad this these women who are so much for hillary, she is more hawkish -- i think we are going to hurt than bernie. the chances are greater she the industry. could get this in the war. largely, the ads were false. a little truth to some of them. i don't know if these women want to see their sons, daughters and husbands marching off to war. i had 55,000.
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even in new hampshire, i mean i'm sure women have daughter is going to college, and sons. jeb spent millions of dollars on negative ads. she hasn't said anything about a speculation tax on wall street and i won new hampshire in a landslide. greed bernie wants to have them now, what is happening most of , these people that have been bring in several hundred billion fighting me are gone. and the cost is only $80 billion. when i am one-on-one with health care drugs, she won't hillary, she will be much easier lower that by a penny. to beat than many of those i have already beaten. these women are voting for hillary. ok? i don't think they are going to get that much bang for their buck. host: who did you support in the senate race? caller: i didn't know that much >> [indiscernible] trump: they have zero path about it. i know president supported mcginty. to the victory. we are going to win on the first beforerun for the senate ballot. and i thought he was a pretty good guy. i know bernie sanders is the the head of the rnc, writes man. he doesn't take any money. priebus. he is not beholden to anybody. host: thank you larry.
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next, to twitter. 500 more than ted cruz, for more than that ahead of john kasich. c-span -- they write the so you go to a second ballot. time, 5 million election process is a disaster. votes -- the size of california voter suppression and fraud. and indiana and other places -- next up, tom, who is your candidate? caller: donald trump. trump will be 5 million votes host: why? ahead. -- willi feel that the stop. [no audio] this country does enough handouts. i think it will stop. right, in pennsylvania. who did you vote for? caller: donald trump. havel so many countries lost respect for america. we were bombed in 9/11. that is why the republican party him at the helm is up on the 70% from four years ago. [applause]
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you know what is going to we are going to gain the respect of other countries. happen? our jobs -- i was a victim of at a minimum, they will be upset. they will not though. our jobs going to mexico. trump won byok, i lost my job. man is thehis answer. he will make america great 5 million votes. again. host: what kind of work did you do? caller: i worked in a steel and he brought millions of people into the party. and everybody is talking about the party, worldwide, how foundry. i sorted iron in the daytime. the democrats are 35% down from four years ago. ,he republicans are almost down we lost our jobs. we were told we weren't and we did. host: how long have you been out it is an amazing tribute. of work? 2002.: this happened in believe me, that is not because of john kasich or ted cruz. that is me. how you say to them, we are going to choose a man that looks i've had in and out jobs. like 5 million votes and delegates, take him because now i'm raising all five donald trump was 14 delegates grandchildren. short. i don't think you can do that. with that being said, i intend to get enough delegates. that is it.
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i was making good money. host: thank you for calling ok, one more question? tonight. it looks like activity in the trump headquarters, the candidate is coming in. let's listen in. >> [indiscernible] ♪ stick withi will my feelings on immigration. if you look at what is going on, the record numbers of people right now that are pouring across the borders of this country, they are pouring -- excuse me, i just read it, in a legitimate journal -- we need protection in our country. you look at the kind of crime, what is going on
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♪ mr. trump: -- in other words, they are politicians. i want to thank everybody. this is a bigger win than we expected. all five. [applause] only is it all five, it's all five whether it is 60, or just about 60. one at 66 and 67. i say this all the time to the pundits, there are three people.
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when you crack 60, as we did last week with our great city, when you crack 60 with three people that is hard to do. chris can tell you if you crack 60 with two people that is called a massive landslide. but we have three. some strange things have happened. it was very strange when i watch this group get together. it was a strange moments. great i think that is a and. shows failing campaign. really it's collusion. politics from your a lot to get away with it. i thought it was a week signal. the republican party need something different than that. [applause] mr. trump: we'll be going to
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indiana. it is a great stay. i have many friends there. the great bobby knight, i have a friend there. [applause] bobby is an amazing guy. he is tough, he is sharp, and he wins. he knows how to win. the people of indiana love him. bobby has endorsed me. i think we are going to spend tomorrow night and the next today with him. that is called the gold standard. bobby knight has to be the gold standard for indiana. so many others that have endorsed us. we will be spending numerous days in indiana. it's going to be something special. i want to thank the media. the media has covered me very fairly for the last 2 hours. [laughter] [applause] fairhey have been very over the last few weeks. it has been amazing.
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the crowds have been record-setting. bigger than bernie. he is second, i have to say. the democrats have treated bernie bernie very badly. frankly, i think you should run as an independent. -- he should run as an independent. i think they treated him very badly. the system is a bad system. you look at what goes on. the best way to beat the system is having things like this, where you get record-setting votes, record-setting delegates. [applause] i use the analogy of the boxer. when the boxer knocks out the other, you don't have to wait around for a decision. that is what happened tonight. that is what happened last week in new york. that is what is been happening throughout. we have millions more votes -- millions more than cruz. millions more votes than kas ich. kasich now, i guess he was 1 in
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41. now he is 1 in 46. why is he here? dr. ben carson did much better. he could've hung around and on very well. if you look, chris christie did much better. if you look, marco rubio did much better. [applause] in fact, marco rubio right now has more delegates than kasich. all they had to do was hang around. it's like a spoiled person that just says, i'm just stating for whatever reason. kasich, has soon as he gets hit with the first negative ad -- he's had none -- bing, that is the end of that. that is all he can say. we came up even against hillary. we will beat her so easily. [applause] remember this. [applause] i was not going to run, according to everybody, and i
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read. i was not going to sign your life away, and i signed it. everybody said, wow. and we put in the financials. they were phenomenal, a little bit like this evening, for better than people even thought. a great company. with the help of my sons and daughters -- with the hope of my family, frankly. we built a great company. [applause] everybody said again, well, she's just going to have a good time for a couple weeks, he's enjoying it. very shortly we went to number one. we have been there ever since. hundreds more delegates. i think this might be the biggest of them all. in new york, almost 62%. four better than what had people thought. they said, if you can break 50, with three people, it's hard to
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do that. we had almost 62%. [applause] delegates inhad 95 new york state. we picked up almost every oval -- every one of them. this one is a diverse victory. rhode island, maryland, connecticut -- and civilian -- an pennsylvaniad -- and every one of them was conclusive. every state is so different. i think one of the greats, when you look at 50% in massachusetts and almost 50% in alabama. that is pretty different. but all across the board. i think we are going to do well in washington state. i think we will do amazingly well in oregon. every place we are going to. we are going to be fighting hard. new mexico we will be fighting really hard.
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governor kasich and senator cruz have really hurt themselves with a faulty deal that was defaulted on before the even started. kasich said, what do you mean, aren't they going to vote for me in indiana? i thought they just made that deal. politicians, all talk, no action, they can't get it done, and they certainly can't straighten out our country. we are going to bring back jobs, take care of our military, so many things. [applause] last, especially over the 2 weeks -- i have traveled new york state, i went to poughkeepsie, rome, new york our rome. there is another roman out there someplace. -- rome out there someplace. we went to the island, bethpage -- every place we went -- manufacturing down 40% and even more. we go to pennsylvania and we see the same thing. you look at what is happening
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with steel and other industries. i get statisticians to give me numbers. before i leave, give me the numbers. every single place ig o is a disaster. 5%ufacturing down 40-45-60 sometimes in a relatively short time. our jobs are being sucked away from our country and we aren't going to let it happen anymore. you are going to make it difficult to do that. when companies want to leave this country, our great country, and want to lay off all these people that have helped build the country, there will be consequences for the company to pay. when they think they will make their product and send it in, no taxes through a week border, which will be -- weak border, which will be very strong by the way. remember that i said it. [applause] when i think we are going to send their product through this weak quarter and pay no tax and
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have no consequences for what they did, it's not going to happenthat way. when we do that, all of a sudden lebanese are going to say, i'm staying in syracuse and pennsylvania, i'm staying in maryland. the people of maryland have been so incredible. we had rallies in maryland and pennsylvania that were absolutely unbelievable. yesterday in pennsylvania, we were in an arena that was like madison square garden. they turned away thousands of people. unfortunately the press never reports it. they always show my face. does anybody want to show this arena that has tens of thousands of people in it? that's ok because i will explain it to you. we'll have our country back, make america great again. for the 5 states, i am so honored. this was to me our biggest night. [applause]
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thank you very much. we will take some questions. >> [indiscernible] mr. trump: yeah, i don't know the final numbers-- for the most part, it has been millions of dollars. i consider myself the presumptive nominee. [applause] [indiscernible] senator cruz and governor kasich should really get out of the race. they have to victory. -- have no path to victory.
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they should get out of the race and he will the republican party. -- and heal the republican party. ina unifier. -- i am a unifier. we have people asking this party . we're going to have such unity. some have gone too far over the edge. we are going to beat hillary clinton. [applause]
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mr. trump: we are leading by so much. i think we are going to hit the numbers pretty easily. [indiscernible] mr. trump: with pennsylvania, we had a massive victory, above 60%. pennsylvania has been amazing. [applause] we've got 17 delegates outright. you have 54 or so that are up for grabs. the one thing different with pennsylvania -- i have heard about it for years -- the winner of pennsylvania, there is a moral obligation, at least in the first round, to support the person that won. we won big. you have the three people.
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when you have 3 people, to get 60%, that's almost unheard of. getting 60% with 2 people, that's still a really big victory. we have a great republican leader and you have a moral obligation. all i care about is the first round. you hear that cruz growing around biting people dinner, getting them into hotel rooms. he's looking for the second and third and fourth. i'm not too interested in that. we are going to win on the first. i'm not looking to go to the second and fourth. the truth is, even if it went there, can you imagine-- in california, i think we hit 50% today. they are at 18%, 60% -- there is a massive difference. --18%, 16%. california is home of area -- home of carrier
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air-conditioning, which is leaving for mexico. i am saying that won't happen if i'm president. carrier will not be leaving indiana if i'm president. i've talked about this for a long time. the unfair thing that pundits never report, when i began the process, very capable people 17, ahese people -- record in history of politics. 17 people. i start winning. i'll win new hampshire, and i get 32%. people will say, why did he get 32%? you can't get 50% when you have 16 people. i go to south carolina. we have a massive victory. that was cruz' stronghold. except i won it in a landslide because of the evangelicals that back to me.
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they have been unbelievable. i won there. we had 12-14, many people. we got a lot. we went to nevada. alabama, with all the people we had, we almost had to percent. massachusetts, we almost got 50%. i was watching tonight, the pundits never talk about the fact that these early states 3 is unfiar. -- is unfair. there is a big difference between fighting one person and fighting two people in terms of percentages. whenh you talk about the 1237 number, the first 70%, we had 16-17 people to 10, to 8, to 6, to 5, to 4, and now we are at 3. it's really unfair. i mean, i have always been good
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at math. nobody ever discusses that. when i watch television -- whether it's cnn, fox -- they never talk about the fact that we have all these people. 38%, and got a 32 or you have 7 people running, that's like 75%. over 60%ed to have hit in virtually every race with only three people left. [applause] i did not want to bore you with that long -- i'm telling you, it's never discussed on television. >> can you come up with a short list of potential running mates? mr. trump: he is wasting his time. list of running mates? i heard he had a news conference conferenced a news was for the purpose that is getting out of the race. that is what i thought.
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and instead just more talk. no, i don't even want to think about that. i'm not doing that. we're going to set up a committee in the not too distant future. i don't want to think about it right now. think chris christie is fantastic. [applause] >> [indiscernible] mr. trump: no, i am me. he will be presidential, not essential -- it's easy to be presidential. i am not playing a part. look, i started off it 17, and in winning, it is over. as far as it can concern, it's over. why would i change? you have a football team and you are winning and you get to the super bowl, you don't change your quarterback.
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so i'm not changing. i think we are going to do great in the general. i may act differentlym but my thought process is the same. if i speak to group of 10 people in a conference room, i'm not going to speak the same way i spoke in pennsylvania yesterday to 25,000 people. but i will be saying similar things. >> [indiscernible] mr. trump: i'm doing a foreign policy speech, yes. which i look forward to. are you concerned about losing enthusiastic long-term supporters-- mr. trump: it's an interesting question. i've had many people write in, tweet in, call in -- please don't change, state the way you are! look, i'm not changing. i went to the best schools. i am going to represent our person with dignity and very
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well. but i do want to change my personality. [applause] it got me here. somebody said, if you change you would be where you are right now. we beat a lot of people. a lot of people are saying what happened darling, why are we sitting here watching television? when i announced, there were many favorites going to win. one of those people raised over $100 million in a pac, have a lot of money personally. others had big advantages, governors of major states, etc. they were all going to do great. but one after another, and here overand, with 5 victories 60%. >> tonight in her speech, hillary clinton had a theme about love jumping hate. -- love trumping hate. mr. trump: i call her crooked hillary.
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she would be a horrible president, she knows nothing about job creation. her husband signed nafta which destroyed to this country economically. look at new england, pennsylvania, nafta was a disaster. her husband signed it. it was a disaster for the country. hillary will be horrible, absolutely horrible on economic development. she will be terrible on jobs. she does nothing about jobs except jobs for herself. [applause] when it came to answering the phone at 3:00 in the morning, she was sleeping. she wasn't with benghazi. look at syria, so many other things. she will not be a good president. she doesn't have the strength, the stamina. i know about dealing with china. i've made billions of dollars dealing with china. china can be dealt with and you can get along with them. hillary does not have the
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strength or the stamina to deal with china or other things. put bottom line, one of the big problems our country has his problems with trade. china, japan, mexico -- so many countries ripping us left and right. the politicians cannot handle the problem. they don't have the competence to do it. most of them are paid off through campaign contributions so that they don't touch certain things. when people are making less money in real wages than they were 18 years ago, and some people say wow, he had a big crowd. that's one of the big reasons. you have people making less money today, because you see every stat -- less money today than they made 18 years ago. and in some cases, they are working 2 jobs. so they are getting older and working harder. it shouldn't be that way. >> you are not worried about being labeled-- mr. trump: no, not worried about
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it. i am not a hateful person. i mcpherson that lets people. [applause] -- am a person that loves people. that's the theme. she is going with that. i will do far more for women than hillary clinton leveraging. -- clinton will ever do. she will not be good with the military. she will not be good at protecting our country. she has had her shot. she raised her hand when it came to iraq, and she shouldn't have voted. take a look at the things bernie sanders was saying about hillary clinton. he said she is not qualified to be president. else. said something you ahve to run and see what happens. but he said some things about her that were so incredible. and so incredibly bad. is a great level of hatred. he has been telling the truth. i think bernie sanders should run as an independent. i think he will do great.
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is there a level of frustration-- mr. trump: i think the party is seeing me that way. i'm getting calls that you would not believe. i can even know how they can do it, because they have said such horrible things about me. now they want to join the team. chris can tell you that. ben carson can tell you that. other people can tell you that. corey, all can tell you. -- paul can tell you. i actually say, how can you do this? and they have no problem. believe.t you wouldn't names that you interview and say oh, trump trump trump. and how they want to join the team. a lot of them will be coming out soon. >> [indiscernible]
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tomorrow is going to be interesting. some of my views on foreign policy and defense, and lots of other things. and part of it is the economics. i was asked the question recently by wolf blitzer on cnn, and he talked about nato. at first, people didn't like it. they said, trump is right. i said it was obsolete and too many people are getting a free ride. we are funding 72-73% of nato. many of these countries are just taking advantage of the united states. you have to pay up. we don't have a country with $19 trillion in debt. -- wef what i'm saying love our country and our allies, but our allies can no longer be taking advantage of this country. this isn't 40 years or 20 years ago, this is now.we have to
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rebuild our infrastructure, our country, we have to get rid of isis and fast. our military is totally depleted. it's going to be the cheapest thing we can do. a lot of great things are going to happen. we are going to make america great again. >> [indiscernible] mr. trump: no no, you are really going to hear different things. i'll never change one thing. you know what i will never change? "make america great again." [applause] no, is not going to be the trump a doctrine. -- trump doctrine.in life you have to have, its ability. you may say one thing and, the following year you want to change it, because circumstances are different. i have followed people for years. i have friends, many of them endorsing me, many great
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business people. you have to have flexibility. you can't say, this is my doctrine and i won't move. the world changes, leaders change.lots of things happen . you can't say that. >> [indiscernible] mr. trump: we don't have a ceiling. do you know what our ceiling is? i think it's 100%. [applause] soin, the ceiling was always unfair. i want to do it because it's so important. the ceiling, they kept saying, he doesn't hit 50%. how do you hit 50% when you have 16 people in a race? you can't do it. no, you don't understand, i have many people running. i think i'm going to win new york. know of the republican can say it. conservative voters?
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did you see the polls coming out tonight? the most conservative people into the republican party, tonight, back donald trump. [applause] that is the single biggest question i am getting -- student at. we are going to work on that. --student debt. students have the problem with that. -- with debt. they go to a could college, they are choking on debt. they get good marks, they working hard, and they can't get a job. i am going to drink jobs back -- brings jobs back to this country like you have never seen. [applause] that is the biggest problem.
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we have a lot of contrast in terms of jobs, in terms of how i would handle wall street. hillary clinton is funded by wall street, folks. she won't get the nomination unless she gets indicted with these e-mails. you look at what happens to so many other people. they went through hell, their lives have been destroyed for doing less than what hillary clinton did. what you did is an outrage. it is absolute criminal outrage. for her to be able to run as a democrat, maybe that is why bernie sanders isn't finished. the only way you can say that is if something happens to her. she is being protected by the democrats. i see it, and whether i read about it in the papers or watch it with legal experts or tv, virtually every one of them says what she did is a criminal act
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and a very dangerous thing for our country. yet here she is running for president. i think hillary is a flawed candidate. i think she's going to be easy to beat. i think she's going to be much easier to beat than most of the 16 people that i competed with just recently. [applause] >> [indiscernible] mr. trump: to me, always the number one security threat to the united states is nuclear. that si our biggest threat. is our biggest risk. the power of weaponry. unbelievably careful. president obama said the biggest threat is global warming. give me a break. the biggest threat to our
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country is nuclear. we cannot let iran get a nuclear weapon. [applause] we are going to do something where we will have a real partnership with china. china has rebuild itself by making a fortune over us. china has tremendous power over north korea. we have to be very vigilant on north korea. we cannot let this guy go much further. china should handle the problem. they can handle it very easily. they say that they can, but they are toying with us. we have a lot of power. we are going to have a great relationship with china, with putin and russia. china has a lot of power over north korea. they just refuse to use it, and they refuse to talk about it. they don't respect us or our president and they are getting away with murder. , very going to happen
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important to me -- nuclear weaponry, that is your single biggest threat in the world today. no, that is a civil case. i am going to win that easily. >> [indiscernible] my unfavorables have come down a lot over the last few weeks. remember this -- i saw it on all of the cable stations, and a lot of the networks. had 55,000 negative ads against me. had iran in florida, i 14,000 negative ads. millions of dollars, and i won in a landslide. i've had negative ads all throughout, and i won in a
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landslide. you all reported it. even carl would agree to that. i think we are going to hurt the industry. largely the ads were false. i had 55,000. jeb spent millions of dollars on negative ads. most of these people that have been fighting the oregon. when i am one-on-one with history -- with hillary, she will be much easier to beat thas >> are you worried that governor kasich can [indiscernible] i think they are hurting the party because they
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have zero path to victory. we are going to win on the first ballot. we don't look for the delegates on the other ballots. let us assume it did go beyond the first ballot, and let us ,ssume that the head of the rnc and trump was while short or 15 delegates short, or 25 short, but 500 more than cruz and far more than that ahead of kasich. you go to a second ballot. trump, by that time, will be 5 million votes because of california, and in the end that and other places, trump will be 5 million votes ahead of cruz. 5 will be much more than million votes ahead of kasich. i call kasich -- now i change it to one out of 46. i would have won ohio hot i not
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been given a dirty coal saying -- dirty poll. if i spent two more days in ohio, i would have won it. i am the one that brought all these people and the party. that is what the republican party is up almost 70% from four years ago. [applause] mr. trump: those people, at a minimum, are going to be very upset, and at a minimum they are not going to vote. say, ok, trump won by 5 million votes, he is five, six, hundred delegates more than , and he brought millions of people into the party, and everybody is talking about the party, world wide. how hot, the republican party. from fourats are down
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years ago. the republicans are, 70% up from four years ago. that is amazing. that is not because of kasich cruz. that is because of me. how do you say to them, we are going to choose a man lost by 5 million votes and 500 delegates. i don't think you can do that. with that being said, i intend to get enough delegates, but that is it. yes, ma'am, one more question. go ahead. >> [indiscernible] mr. trump: i will sit with my feelings on immigration. if you look at what is going on in immigration, and the record numbers of people right now that are pouring across the borders of this country, its use me. i just read it. i read it in a legitimate journal. we need protection in our
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country. you look at the kind of crime, you look at what is going on economically, we need borders. to come into want our country, but i want them to come in legally. they have to come in through a process. [applause] mr. trump: there will be one more. >> [indiscernible] -- trump: exceedingly smart excuse me? card she has is the woman's card. she has nothing else going. frankly, if hillary clinton were a man, i don't think she would get 75% of the vote. the only thing she has got going is a woman's card, and women don't like her. look how well i did with women tonight. [cheering] mr. trump: ladies and thank you. thank you very much. i appreciate it. ♪
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>> donald trump after his press conference at trump tower in new york city after sweeping the five states that held republican presidential primaries today. i want to apologize you about the audio coming out of that event. the news organizations pour their coverage, and clearly, the organizers were surprised by the questions in that. we were not technically prepared and it was difficult to hear them. we are sorry about that. the headline coming out of it is clearly donald trump saying that he considers itself the presumptive nominee. on indiana next week. he took a couple of questions on what would happen if it went beyond a second ballot.
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1237, it is all about the delegates. on the republican side, it is a clean sweep for donald trump winning all five states, beginning with rhode island. in many of the state, when he was more than 60% of these votes. a majority of the vote in connecticut, delaware, and their religion. on the democratic side, hillary clinton was able to pull ahead in connecticut. the result in that state showing that she has 50.3% of the votes. compared to, or to 7.9% is the more populous areas of connecticut. sanders safer bernie was rhode island, where the unaffiliated voters could vote in the democratic primaries. hillary clinton is ahead with 99% reporting hillary clinton winning in pennsylvania and maryland. i want to share with you to house race results. chuckof all, congressman
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defeating -- conceding defeat to dwight evans with about 43% of the vote compared to congressman front the. in pennsylvania, where congressman bill shuster is in a very close race with a tea party candidate. he is holding onto a very narrow lead. he is just over 20,000 votes compared to our helpers and who has just over 27,000. one alreadyts, conceding defeat. therrow lead in pennsylvania house race. susan: we're going to take a few phone calls to get your reaction to tonight's results. trump ando donald hillary clinton's speeches. our phone lines will be open and you can send us a tweet at c-span.
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on the phone right now with us is john, who writes about politics with the baltimore sun. aboutt to talk to you maryland. against ahollen sitting member of congress, john edwards. the winner in this was mr. van hollen. tell us about how this race was fought. contestedas certainly , and with it not being as close as i thought it would be. i thought we might not get a call in this race. there was a lot of back and forth. toards, very early on had establish yourself as a more progressive candidate. .he went after chris van hollen mr. fritze: she really tried to establish herself as to the left
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of chris van hollen. she also tried to establish yourself as a bit of an outsider . she talked about bringing a new perspective to the senate. donna edwards is african-american. she would have been the first person to win a statewide election in maryland as an african-american, and only the second woman of color in the senate in its history. there was sort of an historical .rgument to her campaign ultimately, that fell short. van hollen had a great deal of support on the establishment. he had more money. in the end, that message clearly came out on top. anchor: this was the race to fill the retiring senator barbara mikulski. this speech being made by donna edwards and in this race -- how much money was being spent? mr. fritze: quite a bit by chris van hollen.
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he spent quite a bit in advertising. edwards had not raised that much money. she had struggled along to fund raise, however, she was helped a , which camey emily indirectly on her behalf in the race which he was not on the air. also, donald who is a big-time contributor, educated to a second separate super pac which ran this controversial ad on gun control. a lot of people feel like this with a sticking point in the race, an argument that the edwards campaign had made on its own for a long time, and that was that chris van hollen -- the argument was that he caved to the nra as part of the 2010 housese act in which democrats carved out exemptions for the nra and other groups from the disclosure requirement. so, edward had made this argument all along that van hollen had carved this out and
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she was going along with that. the super pac came in with more theessive ad, making argument in the same way. the white house came in and said not to do that. the ad included an image of the president speaking about the sandy hook massacre. there was a lot of back and forth about this ad. i think a lot of people think that that i and the white house jumping and -- that ad and the white house jumping in -- anchor: a lot of people think that this primary becomes the election because of the state of politics in maryland. i think that is generally true. mr. fritze: you will see republicans in the state of ireland saying that hogan was a bit of a surprise. maryland, democrats have a two to one registration advantage in the state. it is very rare for republicans
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to win statewide office here. what republicans would say is that hogan did it. i think, that will come down will largely turnout in the presidential. we had really low turnout. the conventional wisdom is that the presidential election drives turnout up. thearyland, if you look at numbers, there are plenty of election years were that is not the case. so, i think that kind of remains to be seen. certainly, the very wide conventional wisdom is that this is a state that favors democrats , with the caveat that republicans will make argument that maybe things are changing a little bit and will point to hogan as an example. anchor: let me turn to the race to succeed chris van hollen. it was another interesting concept in the house and also one that was -- had a lot of
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candidates vying for that privilege. fascinatinga really race, partially because of its proximity to washington, d.c.. maryland's eighth congressional district is basically the suburbs, which means it has a lot of interesting figures in it. we have supreme court justices in that district. high placed officials at the white house and that district. we also have a lot of money in that district. it is one of the districts where presidential candidate come through, and they may overlook maryland in the general because it is so democratic. they will come into montgomery county, which is where that district is based on race. that race ended up being the most expensive of the country. feisty --y, a pretty certainly, a pretty fight the contest. you had a small business owner who self financed the two -- to the tune of --
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he drove the numbers up. mediaalso an expensive market. you have to raise a good deal of money to be successful there. at this point, we have nothing to call you in that race, but a senator named jamie raskin appears to be leading in early appealed to he has sort of the more progressive part of that district. he has always been a fairly the generaler of assembly, and a third candidate that got them was former television news anchor actually named kathleen matthews. because of all of these characters, there was a lot of interest in that race. much.: thank you very it was an interesting race or. we appreciate you being with us. declared?a winner mr. fritze: they do not.
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anthony seems to be in a pretty good position according to early returns. anchor: thank you for your information. we will talk to you as his interesting political year continues. e covering politics. we are going to go back to tell him calls. we will be here until the top of the hour. it is 47 minutes after the hour right now. we will make in some calls and some tweets and then we will begin our evening coverage of tonight's candidate speeches. michael, who is your candidate? caller: thank you taking my call. bernie sanders. host: wife bernie sanders your man? caller: he is the only one that has been addressing issues that has been a nor -- ignore for all my life. he is talking about income inequality, the real root of the problem, which is the financial sector. like hillary clinton
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has taken so much money from effector, she can't be a .redible candidate in my mind it is quid pro quo when you're taking a cut of money. host: if people want more jobs, bernie sanders is their candidate because he is against the tpp which is better jobs and good for wealthy corporations. emilio, covina, california, looking ahead to the june 7 primary there. who are you supporting? caller: i am supporting bernie sanders. he is addressing the real issues. he is addressing criminal justice, social justice, and he is the only candidate who was invited to the vatican and found something in common with both francis aboute social economics and social justice. hillary clinton was not invited nor was donald trump were kasich
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or anybody else. bernie sanders was. so, i think that is really important. clinton, on the other hand, has not shown her speech for wall street. hillary clinton, on the other hand, is still supporting fracking, and she said she is worried about global warming, that she supported fracking all over the world. so, she is very hypocritical where bernie sanders is very to the point. do you support fracking? : no.nswer was to letters hillary to started talking about, i am going to have a lot of rules and regulations. there were a couple of places where she went with her campaign where people in small towns in pennsylvania were saying, hey, they are fracking in our neighborhood, our water is causing fires and our people are getting cancer. and she never went to go see why because the fracking company
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that was doing this was part of the super pac and financing her campaign. host: thank you so much for your comments. we are going to get many calls as we can until the top of the hour, and tweets. here is david jonathan deas who writes that america is already great, the people are voting without judgment for a man without judgment. marge. who is your candidate ? caller: donald trump. if people go back in history, the reason all of our jobless the state them on to other countries was because of bill clinton. big money aid him to sign the nafta bill which opened the door , and everybody left. i have never heard hillary say anything about saving the jobs were getting the jobs back. no. no, no, no i don't want her at
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all. she does lie. when is she going to be held accountable for what she did? it seems to be all shoved under the rug. host: he says thrilled to see that one political power structure will go down this year. hopefully the democrats will follow trend in 2020. up from a viewer called bruce, a republican. caller: trump is my candidate just because he has got common sense. congratulations on his victories and a great speech also. people must get ready for a hillary presidency. he will must remember that the clintons were responsible for ballistic missile software being transferred to the chinese through a french company called l'oreal. in addition, north korea's nuclear propagation has been due to the fact that, as you
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remember, north korea was given nuclear reactors when they were not to keep them from stopping their nuclear technology from progressing. they were given the nuclear cap is by the democratic rise -- the failedc rise of going to is that hillary and obama are for gun control. gun sales have soared. violence has been increasing dramatically in areas like detroit, chicago, washington, and gun, where guns control laws were most strict. please, everybody go to infor wars.com. host: he writes that it is beyond depressing to see donald trump at the republican nominee. i fear for our country, the world. next is paul in belt buckle, tennessee. caller: thank you.
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i was just watching tonight. a lot of people don't realize that southern democrats, we gave donald trump is the start. all my life, i have been a yellow dog democrat until president obama. but i have said on the democratic -- sat on a democratic chair in tennessee, been on the election commission, but there is no difference between republicans and democrats. they are both just asked for good. -- just as crooked. host: who is your candidate? caller: trump. he is something new, refreshing. southern democrats went with him. they switched over this time in the south and most of them went with trump. host: what you think he will do in washington elected? caller: i think he is a man's
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man, that is what i think. he is a businessman, he is tough , and he won't back down from anybody. host: thank you for your call. .ext up is mason mason is watching us in newberry port in massachusetts. republican. you are on the air. caller: my guy is donald j trump , and here's why. i feel that he is truly something new. the south has always been ,upporting him since his rise and we feel like he is truly a great leader, unlike hillary clinton, who as a candidate for what a lot of is people believe, a war criminal. she is not fit. i don't even know why she is running, personally. it is a complete embarrassment. has what she is done --
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done in benghazi, she should be jailed. look at obama. nothing good came from that man at all. notwith truck, he is caller: -- trump, he is not a politician. he is most certainly not a politic. he will make our nation the greatest of all, and i just love how he will always never back down. lost, -- for my old job, lost, it had to move all the way to china. democrats, faith in yes, he is a republican. in a way, if you view it, it feels like he is differentiating himself from cover -- from .epublicans she truly want to become the new. here the new. he learns from our mistakes and take each opportunity that is presented and uses it to his advantage. he will not stop until he
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secures his seat in office and we are going to make sure the drug epidemic in southern new hampshire is dealt with indefinitely. we can't allow the heroine deaths to go on. a wall, heuild will find a way. we all know, god blessed car, he truly is a great leader. i take after him personally and -- as if i were his crotchety -- prodigy. donald trump is a great man, that you are right, -- that you were right. i don't know why people think he's a racist. he is really not. ed, your candidate is? caller: my candidate is donald trump. host: as a democrat? why is that? caller: i am a college professor
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and a cpa. my students gave me the tax return of bernie sanders. write inlass, we analyzed the tax return. $205,000.bout he is 74 years old. he has $11 in interest income and two dollars in dividends. that is pathetic. he pays over $23,000 in mortgage interest, $15,000 in real estate taxes. when his w-2 job is gone, he is going to be living off retirement. think about that. should the leader of the free have at 74 years old only $11 in interest income and two dollars in dividend and come question marc -- income? is that fiscally responsible? host: what you see donald trump at doing for the country? caller: we need jobs.
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we need people to think like business owners. donald trump as a business owner. when people are working, they are paying taxes. people want to work. they want to pay -- feel great about themselves. we want to make america great again. for people to work, and have them pay taxes. host: thank you for your call. oftta has a different point view. follow the money and their records. the only truthful candidate is bernie sanders and has been on the right side of history. next is kerry, in philadelphia, where the convention will be this summer. she is an independent. what did you think about the results from your eight tonight? -- from your state tonight? caller: awful. independence can't vote in pennsylvania. theuld have voted for bernie sanders. the only reason hillary clinton is because independents can't devote in these east coast states, new york, pennsylvania,
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delaware, maryland, and other states in this union where independents cannot vote. that is why hillary clinton is winning and the media does not tell the truth. to the gentleman that is complaining about bernie sanders , who sounds like to me every other individual that is not working or half working or struggling to work in this country. this man is authentic. i'm not surprised that his income is the way it is. that is why he is fighting for the little man. just ridiculous. thank you. host: that will be yet for our call this evening, but we will continue the conversation tomorrow morning on washington journal, showing clips of the major speeches tonight and talking to reporters in getting your reactions by phone and twitter in tonight's primary results. i'm going to close up the evening for us.
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steve scully, what to close out the evening for us? ost: unaffiliated voters were able to vote in rhode island. that is the one state bernie sanders has been able to win. let's talk about republican delegates. these are from the associated press. it is our source of information with the delegate totals. you need 1237 delegates to win the nomination on the first ballot. we are quite familiar with that number. donald trump the only republican candidate picking up delegates with 950. senator cruz has 560. did not win any additional delegates tonight coming in second or third in most states. ohio governor john kasich now at 153. on the democratic side, the magic number to win in philadelphia is 2383 delegates. hillary clinton with pledged and superdelegates has 2137. senator sanders has 1306
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delegates. that is placed and superdelegates. in comparison, hillary clinton has 519 superdelegates. these are elected officials and party leaders. senator sanders has 39. mackenzievania, katie is challenging senator pat toomey. in the senate race she defeated one in a hard-fought race. there is this from a newspaper. josh joins us on the phone. he writes for "national journal." thanks for being with us. it does come down to indiana. if senator cruz does not win next week, then what? cruz loses, it is all but over for him. it is mathematically possible for him to deny donald trump delegates, but the race would be
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over. if you look at the pennsylvania delegates he won that are unbound going into the convention, it is very likely trump would be able to cobble together a majority of delegates. if trump does, not win in indiana, it would be another setback after a big night tonight, doing extremely well in northeastern states. for him to have a setback with the race moving to western states, it could move the trajectory of the race and give cruz and kasich the opportunity to deny him the delegates he needs. is notovernor kasich going to compete in indiana. it clears the plain field for senator cruz. the time the scenes -- behind-the-scenes, what will he be doing in the next seven days to defeat donald trump? donald trump will be in indiana. both and governor
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kasich will be spending the next week in indiana in indiana. indiana is ground zero for the nomination. can essentially put the race away with a win in indiana. allocates the candidate that wins each of the nine congressional districts in a winner take all fashion. there is a real swing. if trump wins by a couple of that would give him the majority of the 57 delegates in the state. if cruz wins, he would be getting the majority. trump probably got about 15 or 20 more than people expected with his strong performance in the northeast. but cruz could get 20 to 25 more than people expected if he does fairly well in indiana. indiana is a very consequent estate on the map.
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it conceal the race for donald trump or give cruz new life. host: they will remain unbound through the convention. this is the super pac supporting ohio governor john kasich, the third candidate in the race. he had no public events tonight. he was to be in indiana tonight. those events were canceled. i want to show this out to you and get your reaction. [video clip] ♪ >> and the g.o.p. nomination for president goes to john kasich. when a long, fascinating trip it has been. how did it go from the final three to the one the establishment did not think could win? running for president is not about the establishment. it is about the delegates. the delegates decided this election was about winning the presidency. and only john kasich could beat hillary clinton.
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in the final hours, it came down to 1237 brave americans. you, who overcame tremendous personal pressure and did the right thing. they nominated the only candidate who could win the only election that mattered. the candidate who was presidential. john kasich. >> new day independent media committee inc. is responsible for content of this advertising. host: that spot released earlier today from the super pac supporting john kasich. possiblehinking or a scenario for governor kasich? guest: good luck trying to convince even the delegates. kasich is behind rubio who has an out of the race for about six weeks. kasich still does not have as many delegates as marco rubio. it is a tough sell even for the delegates in cleveland to say kasich is leading hillary clinton in the polls and that is
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why he should be the republican nominee. has 1237 or comes close and can win the nomination on the first ballot, it is a moot point. if it comes down to a second ballot, cruz is better positioned than kasich to cobble together a majority. even if it goes to a third or fourth ballot in cleveland, there are other outside republican candidates that might be a more attractive option. scott walker, rubio, you could name a lot of republicans. the fact that kasich, the northeast should have been kasich's states. this is one of the central flaws will be stop trump movement. they thought kasich will be strong in states like maryland and pennsylvania and other northeastern states that are more moderate. he did not have enough money and his message did not resonate. now he is lumping to the finish as we get to cleveland. host: let's look at the upcoming primaries and conclude with a statement from senator sanders. next week, indiana will be a key
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contest for senator ted cruz and also for senator bernie sanders. that is the may 3 primary. that will be followed by the guam democratic conferences and the nebraska primaries. west virginia's primary is also a may 10. senator sanders was there this evening. the kentucky democratic primary on may 17. on that same date, the oregon primary. campaignanders congratulating hillary clinton and saying he looks forward to continuing the contest in the 14 remaining competitive races where democrats will be challenging for delegates. no signs he is changing his strategy or withdrawing. guest: no, from his own speech tonight and his advisors public comments, there is no sign sanders is dropping out or starting to tone down his rhetoric. this is a divided democratic party, even though there is no path realistically for sanders to win more pledged delegates than hillary clinton.
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he's still going to be trying to get his message turn. if it was not for donald trump and the republican division he has created, you would see a lot of these issues imitating and a democratic party as well. he is themp if republican nominee will make it easier for the democratic party tonight. there is no sign from bernie sanders he is looking to get out or start to tone down the rhetoric as we finish the primary process. host: the political editor for "national journal." this is the headline at nationaljournal.com. indiana." for cruz in thank you for being with us. back to susan swain. host: thank you, steve scully. we will be here next tuesday as all eyes are on the state of indiana, the next pivot point in this primary process. thanks for being with us tonight.
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we appreciate your comments by twitter and phone. it always makes it an interesting part of the process. four of the candidates held events tonight. governor kasich did not. over the next hour or so, he will be seeing all of those in their entirety, beginning with hillary clinton who addressed her supporters in philadelphia after her win in that primary and in three others on this five-state primary night. now, hillary clinton. >> ♪ ♪ went the distance and now i am back on my feet just a man and his will to survive so many times it happens too fast you trade your passion for glory don't lose your grip to keep themt alive it's the eye of the tiger it's the thrill of the fight rising up to the challenge of our arrival -- rival
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and the last known survivor the eye of the tiger ♪ [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: thank you! thank you so much! wow. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: thank you, pennsylvania! [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: what a great night. everyone.thank i want to thank everyone. "hillary"]ting
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hillary clinton: thank you all so much. wow. you,t want to thank all of everyone who came out to vote in pennsylvania and across maryland and delaware, connecticut, rhode island. i am so grateful to all our volunteers, our organizers, our community leaders. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: everyone who worked their hearts out. i want to thank the leaders here in pennsylvania. waltz,ou, governor thank you, senator casey. and thank you so much, mayor denny, for your great help. course, i want to thank the 42nd president of the united states, my husband. [cheers and applause]
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now, with your: help, we are going to come back to philadelphia for the democratic national convention. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: with the most votes and the most pledged delegates! [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: and we will unify our party to win this election and build an america where we can all rise together. an america where we lift each other up instead of tearing each other down. [cheers and applause] so, we need you to keep volunteering, keep talking to your friends and neighbors. please join the more than 1.1 million people who have already contributed at hillaryclinton.com. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: i know there
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are still too many barriers holding too many americans back. but despite what other candidate say, we believe in the goodness of our people and the greatness of our nation. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: and if anyone doubts that, just let them travel across this country as i have done in this campaign the past year, hearing people stories, learning about the struggles. listen to the quiet determination of the working inents i met last week jenkintown, pennsylvania. they are doing everything they can to provide opportunities for their children in an economy where there still are not enough good paying jobs. listen to the mothers who lost children to gun violence and encounters with the police. they are turning their sorrow into strategy, and therir
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mourning into a movement -- a movement for justice and dignity. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: listen to the nurse i met this weekend in new haven, connecticut, who worked for years to build a middle-class life and raise a family. but then her luck changed. she was diagnosed with breast cancer and used up all of her savings and her sick time. soon, she was facing foreclosure and the prospect of losing the home she had loved for more than 20 years. here is what she said to me. my daughter and i live in fear of the day that we might come home and have a lock on the door. . we are in pain. . we are hurting. . we were and are the backbone of this country, the middle class. we are not asking for a handout. we just want to be treated fairly. and she is -- [cheers and applause]
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hillary clinton: she is speaking for so many people across our country who feel beaten down, left out, and left behind. people have worked hard and done their part, but just can't seem to get ahead and find it tough even to get by. now underneath all of these worries, together we are going to come together. and we are going to solve the problems! [cheers and applause] and, you known: -- "hillary"]ting i am aware too: many people feel at the mercy of forces too big for anyone to control. they just worry those of us in
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politics put our own interests ahead of the national interest. the faith we can make things better, that we can get our kids a better future than we had, is at the heart of who we are as a nation. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: it is one of many reasons being american has always been such a blessing. our campaign is about restoring people's confidence in our ability to solve problems together by delivering results that help people follow their dreams. that is why we are setting bold, progressive goals, backed up by real plans that will improve -- [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: after all, that is how progress gets made. we have to be both dreamers and doers. [cheers and applause]
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hillary clinton: and is a great democratic presidents once said, there is nothing wrong with america that cannot be cured by what is right with america. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: i believe we can create more good jobs with rising incomes, jobs that provide dignity and a middle-class life. we can renew our democracy by overturning citizens united! [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: we can lift up people and places who have been left out, from our inner cities to appalachia. in every manufacturing town hollowed out in the factory closed, every community scarred i substance abuse and addiction, every home where a child goes to bed hungry. that is what we, democrats believe in faith that is what we know is possible.
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applause]d hillary clinton: so we will build on a strong progressive tradition from franklin roosevelt to barack obama! [cheers and applause] applaudclinton: and i senator sanders and his millions of supporters for challenging us to get unaccountable money out and givingtics greater emphasis to closing the gaps of inequality. and i know together, we will get that done. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: because whether you support senator sanders or you support me, there is much more that unites us than divides us. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: we all agree wages are too low and inequality is too high. that wall street can never again
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be allowed to threaten main street. and week should expand social security, not cut or privatize it. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: we democrats a college should be affordable to all. and student debt should not hold anyone back. agree every single american should and must have quality, affordable health care. [cheers and applause] agree ourinton: we next president must keep our country safe, keep our troops out of another costly ground war in the middle east. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: and we democrats agree climate change is an urgent threat. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: and it requires an aggressive response that can make america the clean energy
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superpower of the 21st century. agree onmocrats defending all of our rights, civil rights and voting rights, workers rights and women's rights, lgbt rights, and rights for people with disabilities. [cheers and applause] so, in thiston: election, we will have to stand together and work hard to prevail against candidates on the other side who would threaten all those rights and pit americans against each other. they would make it harder to vote, not easier. they would deny women the right to make their own reproductive health care decisions. millions ofound up hard-working immigrants and deport them. they would demonize and discriminate against hard-working terror-hating muslim americans who we need in
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the fight against radicalization. and both of the top candidates in the republican party deny climate change even exists. [crowd booing] hillary clinton: now, the other day, mr. trump accused me of playing the "woman card." [crowd booing] hillary clinton: well, if fighting for women's health care and paid emily leave and equal pay is playing the woman card, then deal me in! [cheers and applause] so, my friends: -- "hillary"]ting so, my friends, if you are a democrat, independent, or a thoughtful republican, you know their approach is not one to build an
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america where we increase opportunities or decrease in quality -- inequality. instead of letting them take us backwards, we want america to be in the future business. that is why i want you to keep imagining a tomorrow where instead of building malls, we are breaking down barriers. more likelyg it americans will be part of a prosperous, inclusive, decent society. we are imagining a tomorrow where every parent can find a good job, and every grandparent can enjoy a secure retirement. we are imagining a tomorrow where no child grows up in the shadow of discrimination or under the specter of deportation. and where every child, every child has a good teacher and a good school. no matter what zip code that child lives in. [cheers and applause]
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and imagine an: tomorrow where any young person can graduate from college debt-free! [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: we are going to imagine a tomorrow where hard-working -- hard work is honored, families are supported, streets are safe, and communities are strong. and where love trumps hate. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: that is the future i want. i want that future for my granddaughter and for all of our children and grandchildren. now think of this. our nation was born right here in philadelphia. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: our declaration of independence and constitution were signed just a few blocks away.
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even throughe, dark and difficult chapters of our history, the idea of america has shown through. at our best, we, as robert kennedy said, a great country, an unselfish country, and a compassionate country. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton: but america's greatness is not a birthright. it must be earned by every generation. so please, join us. join us. go to hillaryclinton.com. text. volunteer, contribute, compete. let's go forward. let's win the nomination. in an july, let's return unified party! thank you all so much! [cheers and applause]
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♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ i don't care if anyone else believes because i've still got a lot of fight left in me this is my fight song my power is turned on right now i will be strong and i don't really care if nobody else believes
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because i've still got a lot of fight left in me meot of fight left in this is my fight song make that my life song my power is turned on starting right now i will be strong i will play my fight song and i don't really care if nobody else believes because i've still got a lot of fight left in the a lot of fight left in me this is my fight song ♪ the this one goes out to
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center and the cynical apology't about no this world was saved by the hopeless and hungry this world was saved by the wind of change ♪ >> madam secretary, we proudly toe 72 of our delegate votes the next president of the united states. [cheers and applause] [fireworks] ♪ >> tuesday night, senator ted
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cruz told the crowd in indiana his campaign is moving back to more favorable territory. donald trump swept tuesday's public in primaries. here is a look. [applause] ♪ >> ♪ well, if you ask me where i come from here is what i tell everyone i was born by god's dear grace in a extraordinary place stripes stars and and the eagle fly
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landa big, old with countless dreams ♪ [cheers and applause] sen. cruz: god bless the great state of indiana. [cheers and applause] to chad, clay, and mike, i want to thank you for being here. thank you for your strong leadership. thank you for everyone coming together on a terrific evening here in the hoosier state. tonight, donald trump is expected to have a good night. [crowd booing] sen. cruz: donald trump is likely to win some states. and the media is going to have heart palpitations this evening. they are going to be excited.
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oh, so very excited at donald trump's victory. and the media is going to say, "the race is over." say,edia is going to "donald trump is the republican nominee." now, if you find yourself wondering why the media is so eager to have donald as the republican nominee, you don't have to look any further than today's "usa today" front page. g.o.p. doubts they would vote for trump. 40%. now, i want you to think for a second.
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the network executives, are the democrats or republicans? every one of them are ready for hillary. and donald trump is the one man on earth hillary clinton can beat in a general election. us,so, the media has told the candidates in this race, the are bothn and democrat going to be new york liberals. but i have got good news for you. tonight, this campaign moves back to more favorable terrain. [cheers and applause] sen. cruz: tonight, this campaign moves that to indiana! applause]d sen. cruz: and nebraska, and north dakota, and montana, and
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washington, and california. media wantnow, the to say everything is decided. and the question is, can the state of indiana stop the media's chosen republican candidate? [cheers and applause] sen. cruz: well, as you all know, we are here on the hickory basketball court. me,bruce, who travels with i want to ask you something. do you have a tape measure with you? tell me something. rim?all is that basketball feet. you know, the amazing thing is in indianaball ring
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is the same height as it is in new york city and every other place in this country. and there is nothing that hoosiers cannot do. [applause] sen. cruz: now, there has been a lot of media speculation lately vetting.e presidential and i have an announcement to make. a major announcement. has decided on her vice presidential nominee. hillary has picked donald trump. >> [laughter] now, it is important to note hillary had a very careful vetting process that went into this. she wanted someone who shared her vision of the federal government. you know, donald trump did
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recently a town hall. he was asked, named the top functions of the federal government. he said security, and then he said health care, education, and housing. [crowd booing] sen. cruz: funny thing is, if you ask hillary, she would say the same thing. if you ask bernie, bernie would be like, that is aggressive. you don't only want socialized medicine. you also want to put the federal government in charge of all education. education. common core. [crowd booing] sen. cruz: according to donald, that is the core responsibility of the federal government. and housing? how many people are ready for the federal government taking over the housing market? and, you know, donald and hillary, they are flip sides of the same coin. hillary clinton has made
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millions of dollars selling power and influence in washington. and donald trump has made billions of dollars buying politicians like hillary clinton. but saw him in the media might say, oh, come on,. . that is not fair it is not reasonable to suggest donald trump and hillary clinton could ever run as a ticket. i'm going to walk you through 13 policy issues where donald and hillary have the very same views. let's start with jobs, my number one priority is jobs, bringing back jobs and economic. rose. -- economic growth. jobs backanufacturing to the state of indiana. wages for the
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hard-working men and women in this country. but it is interesting. donald trump on jobs, donald and hillary both agree our taxes should be increased. donald trump went on national television and said, yes, we should increase jobs. that is a great idea. increased taxes, that is a great idea if you want to kill jobs. if i am president, we are going to cut taxes. [applause] the second article area under jobs, donald and hillary both support the obamacare individual mandate. both of them think it is a terrific idea. if you care about jobs, you know obamacare is the biggest killer in america. and as president, i will repeal every word of obamacare.
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a third area where donald and hillary get it wrong on jobs is immigration. both donald and hillary believed illegal immigrants who are here should be able to become u.s. citizens. thinks we should fight back to their home country first. but let them right back in and make them u.s. citizens. let me tell you what i'm going to do as president. where would going to stop amnesty -- we are going to stop amnesty, secure the borders, and end of welfare benefits for those here illegally. [applause] but let's talk about frfreem, the fundamental freedoms of the bill of rights. amen. [applause] sen. cruz: donald trump and hillary clinton both support taxpayer funding for planned parenthood. [crowd booing]
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sen. cruz: indeed, donald trump and hillary clinton both describe planned parenthood as terrific! instructent, i will the department of justice to open an investigation into planned parenthood. [cheers and applause] donald trump and hillary clinton both supported onl clinton's national ban many of the most important firearms in america. [crowd booing] sen. cruz: as president, i will defend the second amendment right to keep and bear arms. [cheers and applause] sen. cruz: donald trump and hillary clinton both believe we should negotiate with harry reid
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and chuck schumer and the democrats on supreme court nominations. people ofword to the indiana and the people of america that every justice i appoint to the court will be princeton bold constitutionalists -- principled constitutionalist. [applause] and unlike donald and hillary, i will not compromise away your religious liberty. [cheers and applause] sen. cruz: and donald trump and hillary clinton both agree grown men should be allowed to use the little girls' restroom. [crowd booing] sen. cruz: now let me say it is just common sense. this is not a matter of right or left or democrat or republican.
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this is basic common sense that grown, adult men, strangers, should not be alone in a bathroom with a little girl. [cheers and applause] sen. cruz: and yet, donald and hillary care more about the p.c. police than they do about speaking the truth on basic common sense. let's talk about security. issue whereolicy donald and hillary's views are identical. donald trump and hillary clinton both believe the u.s. government should be neutral between israel and the palestinians. as president, i will not be neutral. we will stand with israel! [cheers and applause]
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sen. cruz: the knife area they th area they nin agree is donald trump and hillary clinton have both said they would keep the catastrophic iranian nuclear deal in place. as president, i will rip to shreds this nuclear deal with iran. [applause] the 10th area of agreement. donald trump and hillary clinton both believe hillary clinton was one of the greatest secretaries of state of all time. [crowd booing] sen. cruz: that is what donald said. why do you think he kept contributing to her? why do you think donald trump gave money to hillary clinton's presidential campaign? and then, let's talk more
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broadly about washington corruption. you know, donald trump loves to style himself an outsider. comes ton, when it human decency, politeness, respect -- he's right. you know, most people in indiana are raised that you don't yell and scream and curse and insult everyone you see. [applause] sen. cruz: but donald trump and hillary clinton's campaigns are both run by washington lobbyists. washington lobbyists run their entire campaigns for both of them. donald trump and hillary clinton both supported obama's failed stimulus plan. and donald trump and hillary clinton both supported obama's
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tarp bailout of wall street. you know, it was striking. just this past week, donald's lobbyist campaign manager was talking to the top officials of the republican party. and he said donald is just playing a role. he's just playing a part. he does not mean any of this. he does not believe any of this. he is going to change and pivot away from everything he is saying. now, when that was first reported, the trump campaign immediately tried to deny it. but the problem was they caught trump's lobbyist campaign manager on tape. they have him on tape saying donald is just playing a role and he will be a completely different person. as donald put it, he can be the most politically correct person on earth. of having theough most politically correct person on earth in the white house.
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[applause] donald is telling us he is lying to us. every one of us is fed up with politicians who betray us, who make promises and don't do it. donald is telling us he is lying to us. he says he can be a different person tomorrow then he is today. well, let me tell you what. i am the same person i was yesterday and that i will be tomorrow as president! [cheers and applause] sen. cruz: the federal out-of-control taxes and regulations are killing jobs across this country. the working men and women in this country, the men and women with calluses on your hands, are
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paying the price for washington that is not listening to us. that is captive to the washington lobbyists like the trump and clinton campaigns. [applause] sen. cruz: and this is no longer a theoretical and distant threat. this is a real threat that has come home. in the great movie, "hoosiers," there is a wonderful quote from that movie. there is two kind of dumb. a guy that gets naked and runs out in the snow and barks at the moon. and the guy that is the same thing in your living room. first one don't matter. second one, you're kind of forced to deal with." well, let me tell you right now this out-of-control federal government, these bureaucrats destroying cold jobs across indiana, destroying small
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businesses across indiana, hammering farmers, hammering thehers, they have become guy, naked, barking at the moon in our living room. and i am here to tell you, we are going to deal with it! [cheers and applause] sen. cruz: this race is real, real simple. donald trump and hillary clinton are both big government liberals. they both think the federal government is the answer to every problem. i agree with ronald reagan that the scariest words in the english language are, "i am from the government and here to help you." applause]d sen. cruz: and i want to thank the people of indiana. because you are going to have now the opportunity.
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the eyes of the nation are gazing upon you. the eyes of the nation are looking at this state at the crossroads of america to make a decision for our country. do we want to support a campaign that is based on yelling and screaming and cursing and insults? or do we want to unite behind a positive, optimistic, forward-looking, conservative campaign based on real policy solutions to the problems facing america? [cheers and applause] election ishis about jobs. . it is about security. it is about jobs. it is about security. and we need a president -- thank you, sir. you know, it is always nice that
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you have one donald trump supporter who comes in and disrupts. i note that what he does is he wants to scream and yell and disrupt. thank you, sir. one thing that mr. trump does not understand is the first amendment gives everyone the right to speak, but it does not give you the right to disrupt. it does not give you the right to try to silence others. it does not -- hey, treat him with respect. everyone, keep your hands off of him. keep your hands off of him. see, one difference. if this were a trump rally, i would be encouraging people to punch him. instead, i am encouraging people to treat him with respect, with civility. he is an american. and i can tell you -- [cheers and applause]
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sen. cruz: i can tell you even as he comes here and tries to scream and yell and insult, very pattern,ing the trump i'm running to be his president as much as i am running to be everyone's president. [cheers and applause] we are tired of a president who divides us, tired of a president who rips us apart. we need a president who you nice us, and remembers who we are as americans! of indianahe people are going to send a powerful signal to the media. a powerful signal to the washington establishment that the chosen candidate of washington, the chosen candidate of big money and the lobbyists, they are not going to decide the republican nominee.
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it is going to be weak, the people, taking our country back and doing it together! thank you, and god bless you! [cheers and applause] ♪ >> ♪ sun coming up over new york city school bus driver in a traffic jam facesg at the in her rearview mirror looking at the promise of the promised land one kid dreams of fame and fortune helps pay the rent
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end upld going to prison presidentight be america blueeam in red, white, and only in america where we dream as big as we want to we all get a chance everybody gets to dance only in america sun going down a. freeway newlyweds in the back
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of a limousine a welder's son and a banker's daughter all they want is everything she came out here to be an actress ♪ >> c-span's "washington journal" live every day with news and policy issues that impact you. wednesday morning, "washington journal" will spotlight politics with the website created in 2007. both will join us to discuss how real clear politics got started and its mission. they will talk about the website's role in the marketplace and the media in the campaign. will review primary results
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from pennsylvania, maryland, connecticut, delaware, and rhode island. she will also talk about what is ahead for campaign 2016. the senior elections analyst for real clear politics will talk about the latest polls, their approach to polling, and how the public can be smarter consumers about polls. be sure to watch c-span's "washington journal" beginning at 7:00 eastern. join the discussion. >> democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders won the state of rhode island tonight. he spoke to supporters in huntington, west virginia. that state holds its primary on may 10. this is about an hour. [cheers and applause] bernie sanders: west virginia, thank you! what an extraordinary turnout
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tonight. thanks so much for being here. [cheers and applause] sen. sander: let me thank helen, chris, and jeff for the introductory remarks. i want to thank all of you for being here. you.t to thank all of i want to thank all of you for being prepared to stand up, fight back, and make this country the nation we know it can become. [cheers and applause] this campaign is not just about electing a president. it is about transforming our
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nation. having the courage to demand a political revolution. [cheers and applause] you are the: and revolutionaries. [cheers and applause] sen. sanders: because you that, unlike football or basketball, politics is not a spectator sport. [cheers and applause] sen. sanders: so, let me tell you a secret that many others will not. each and every one of you, powerful people if you choose to exercise that power. [cheers and applause]
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sen. sanders: the fight we are fight.is not an easy but i know you are prepared to 1%, that fight against the against the billionaire class. applause]d against ars: and small number of people with incredible wealth and incredible power who control our economic life, our political life, and our media life. [cheers and applause] sen. sanders: when we began this campaign just about a year ago, we started with no political
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organization. we started with no money. and we had no name recognition outside of vermont. applause]d sen. sanders: and i want all of you to get up to vermont and visit our beautiful state. [cheers and applause] sen. sanders: and when we began this campaign, the media said bernie is a nice guy, he combs his hair really well. [laughter] sen. sanders: top-notch dresser. [applause] sen. sanders: but nonetheless, he really is a fringe candidate. the campaign is a fringe campaign, not to be taken seriously. [crowd booing]
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sen. sanders: and in the middle of all of that, we were taking on the most powerful political organization in america. an organization that elected a president, president clinton, on two occasions and ran a very strong campaign for secretary clinton for president in 2008. and when we began this campaign, we were about 3% in the national polls. behind about 60 points secretary clinton. well, a lot has happened in the last year. [cheers and applause] [crowd chanting "bernie"]
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sen. sanders: as of today, we have now won 16 primaries and caucuses all over the country. [cheers and applause] sen. sanders: and with your help, we are going to win here in west virginia. [cheers and applause] oversanders: we have won 1200 delegates to the democratic national convention. [cheers and applause] sen. sanders: and in the last several weeks, the national polls don't show us 60 points down. a few of us actually have us ahead or a few points behind. [cheers and applause]
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what is also and extremely important, if the democratic party is to look at which candidate is the candidate to defeat donald trump or any other republican -- but we're seeing -- what we are seeing on national polls which have is 15, 20 points ahead of donald trump, far more than secretary clinton. [cheers and applause] most every national poll in every state -- and every state poll has us defeating trump and for us isn significantly larger than that of secretary clinton.
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and the reason that we are doing so much better against republican candidates is that not only are we winning the overwhelming majority of democratic votes, but we are anding independent votes, some republican votes as well. [cheers and applause] and that is a point that i hope the delegates to the democratic convention fully understand. everyone,al election, democrat, independent, republican, has the right to vote for president. the elections are not closed primaries. we were in new york state last week.
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3 million people in new york state could not vote. because they were independent. independents all over the country will be voting in november for the next president. [cheers and applause] win theost cases, we independent vote by a two to one margin. wellcampaign is doing as as it is with the extraordinary energy and enthusiasm that we are generating all across this country. look at this room here tonight. we have almost 6000 people.
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