President Trump Meets with Farmers in Georgia CSPAN October 15, 2018 11:02pm-11:14pm EDT
alec baldwin answered questions from the press. >> in this country, we do not overthrow the government, we do not kill people we disagree with. we have endured assassinations in our history, and those assassinations included doubt as to who did what to whom. similarly, the u.s. has not hesitated to interfere in the political, economic, and military affairs of other countries, sometimes with deadly consequences. we have told ourselves that we are merely doing what our enemies and allies would have done if they were in our shoes. america is tough, sometimes brutally so, but we almost always play clean, we tell ourselves, we are just stronger, bigger, faster.
in our hearts we are the dallas cowboys of global politics, and we do not like losing. the way we implement change in america is through elections, we change governments at home in an orderly and formal way. in that orderly and formal way and lawful way, we need to overthrow the government of the united states under donald trump. [applause] with election day less than one month away, and the control and congress -- control of fromess watch the debate key house and senate races. make c-span your primary source for campaign 2018. c-span's "washington journal," live every day with policy issues that impact you. tuesday morning, we will talk about efforts to get progressive
evangelicals to vote for democratic candidates. with the director of the group, common good. and on why eligible americans do not vote, we are joined for that. also, tony perkins, the president of the family research council on the role evangelicals will play on the midterm 2018 elections. watch "washington journal" tuesday morning, join the discussion. >> pennsylvania governor tom wolfe, and his republican challenger scott wagner took byt in a youth forum hosted the elementary school district. they answered questions on school safety and education funding. this is a little less than 50 minutes. >>