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tv   President Trump Meeting with Egyptian President  CSPAN  April 10, 2019 5:07am-5:19am EDT

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welcomed egypt as -- questions t personnel changes in his administration, and his views on immigration enforcement. president trump: thank you, very much. it is a great honor to be with the president of egypt. we have many things to discuss. military, trade, and a lot of progress has been made in terms of terrorism and other things with egypt, and within egypt. it is really incredible what has happened, especially in certain respects that we have already talked about. we will be beating with with -- we wilg representatives of the president of egypt and a little while. we have very, very important things, militarily, to talk about, and about trade.
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big trading partner. we do a lot of work together. i think we have never had a better relationship, egypt and the united states, than we do right now. i want to thank everybody for being here. mr. president, thank you very much. my friend. president el-sisi: [speaking foreign language] >> allow me to show my thanks for your kind invitation and providing us with the opportunity to meet, and talk about making quantum leap in the strategic relationship between egypt and the united states. let me emphasize, mr. president,
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that relations have not been better over the years. and that is why i am extending all the thanks and appreciation. all the credit goes to you, mr. president. thank you for the support on all fronts. this is what we are seeking to promote. relations in various fields, political, military, cultural and others. president trump: thank you. i just have to say, before we we are fighting the bad laws,
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the bad things coming out of congress. you have a democrat congress that is obstructing. all they have to do is spend 20 minutes and they can fix the problem. we have worst laws than any country anywhere in the world. whether it is catch and release or any one of them. i can sit here and name them. catch and release, chain migration, visa lottery, you have to fix the asylum situation, it is ridiculous. you have people coming in, they are reading exactly what the lawyer gives them. they have a piece of paper and all of a sudden you are entitled to asylum. these are people that you don't these are not people that you want in your country. we are building a lot of wall. we are building a lot of wall
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and being strong at the border. a court system that never rules for us, and we are 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, they want drugs pouring into the country. they don't want to act. we have to close up the borders. i could do it much faster if they would act. it is a terrible thing. the democrats in congress, what they are doing and the obstruction. they don't want to fix it. they want open borders. they want to have millions of people pouring into our country. they don't even want to know who they are. these are people coming into our country with criminal records. we have murderers coming in. we have druglords coming in. we have gangs coming in and we are stopping them. if we don't stop them, ice is throwing them the hell out. i think he will do a fantastic job.
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we are not doing anything as far as what we need. homeland security is what we want. there is no better name. we want homeland security and that is what we will get. thank you very much. thank you very much. [indiscernible] president trump: just so you understand. president obama separated the children. those cages that were shown, i think they were very inappropriate, they were built by president obama's administration not by trump. president obama had child
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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 you don't have it, that is why you see many more people coming. they are coming like it's a picnic. let's go to disneyland. president obama separated children. they had child separation. i am the one that changed it. ok. thank you very much. we are not looking to do that. thank you very much. when you don't do it, it brings a lot more people to the border. we are not looking to do it. but president obama had the law. we changed the law. i think the press would accurately report it but they don't. thank you very much.
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