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  President Trump Meeting with Egyptian President  CSPAN  April 9, 2019 10:34pm-10:45pm EDT

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for policymaking for all to see, bringing you unfiltered content from congress and beyond. this was true people power. broadcasting,dia youtube stars are a thing, but c-span's big ideas are more around than ever today. it is a public service by your cable or satellite provider. c-span is your unfiltered view of government. >> earlier today, present from met in the white house for meeting in the oval office. president trump answered a few questions about recent personnel changes in his administration and his views on immigration and horsemen.
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>> thank you very much. it is a great honor. we will be meeting with representatives of the president in a while. we have important things to talk about. we have never had a better relationship. i want to thank everybody or
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being here. thank you for being here. >> thank you. allow me to express my thanks and providing me this and making a quantum leap in the relationship. .> let me emphasize that
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>> all the thanks and appreciation. ] >> thank you very much for your support. this is what we are thinking. >> thank you. before wee to say take a couple questions, the first lady was recently in egypt. the pyramid's,s you can call it the seventh wonder or the eighth wonder, it
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was incredible. she said it is one of the most incredible things she has seen and we have lots of pictures. it was a great moment so hopefully people will go to look at them. she is not easily impressed, she was very impressed. >> thank you. >> [indiscernible] cleaning house at dhs. >> i never said i'm cleaning house. i don't know who came up with that expression. we have bad laws and the judge that ruled incredibly he does not want people staying in mexico. figure that one out. nobody can believe these decisions we're getting from the ninth circuit. it's a disgrace.
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we are fighting the bad laws, bad things coming out of congress and the democrat congress that is obstructing -- talk about obstruction, the greatest obstruction anyone has ever seen. all they have to do is spend 20 minutes and they can fix this problem. we have the worst laws in any country in anywhere in the world. whether catch and release or any one of them i could sit here and name but if you got rid of catch and release, chain migration, visa lottery and you have to fix the asylum situation it is ridiculous. people coming in claiming asylum and reading exactly what the lawyer gives up. they have a piece of paper to read what that is and then you're entitled to asylum and these people are not people you want in our country. we are building a lot of wall and getting built some of you saw that last week when we went and had a great presentation of a new stretch and building a lot of wall and being strong on the
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border, but we are bucking a court system that never ever rules for us and were bucking really bad things with congress with the democrats in congress not willing to act. they want to have open borders which means they want to have crime and drugs pouring into our country and don't want to act. we have to close up the border and doing it but were doing it and i could do it much faster if they would act. it's a terrible thing. the democrats in congress what they are doing in the obstruction or they don't want to fix it. we have to fix it. they want open borders and millions of people pouring into our country and they don't even want to know who they are. these are people coming into our country with criminal records. murderers coming in and druglords coming in and gangs coming in. we are starting -- we are stopping them. if we don't stop them i.c.e. , throws them the hell out. but our job could be so much easier. cabinet will do a fantastic job and i think he's doing a fantastic job. we are not doing anything very big as far as what we need. homeland security this is exactly what we want. no better term and no better
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name. we want homeland security and that is what we will get. thank you all very much. thank you. [inaudible conversations] >> thank you very much. [inaudible conversations] >> president obama separated the children. those cases that were shown. i think they were very inappropriate were built by president obama's administration, not by from. president obama had child separation take a look. the press knows it, you know it, we all know it. i am the one that stopped it. president obama had child separation. i will tell you something, once
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you don't have it, that's why see more people coming to the coming like it is a picnic. let's go to disneyland. president obama separated children. they had child separation. i was the one that changed it. ok, thank you very much. [inaudible conversations] >> we're not looking to do that. thank you very much. when you don't do it, it brings more people to the border. president obama had the law and we changed the law. i think the press should accurately reported but of , course, they won't. you very much. [inaudible conversations]
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>> i think he has done a great job. i don't know about the effort. i think he is doing a great job. [inaudible conversations] >> the only thing we have to fear is fear itself. >> ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. >> the people who knocked these buildings down will hear all of us soon. book, notednewest historians ranked the best and worst chief executive and
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