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in the 2016 election were not of american origin. that they were crafted by foreign intelligence agencies outside the united states. announcer: sunday night on afterwards, former military intelligence officer malcolm nance in his book "the plot to destroy democracy." >> these were very slow propaganda warfare techniques used by russia, but which could never keep pace with the news media world of the 1960's, identities, 1980's, even the 1990's. it is only when social media came to the height of its power, the ability of you to pick up a fake story and in fact three or four or 10 other people inside your facebook channel or twitter feed, and then they would do the same thing in a daisy chain to , ante essentially unbreakable link of false
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narratives. at that point, nothing you believe before can never be real because he will abandon it on the basis that it has been super reinforced by everyone announcer: you know. including the president. announcer:watch afterward sunday night at 9:00 eastern on c-span2's book tv. president trump was in ohio this weekend to campaign on behalf of state senator troy balderson. specialunning in a election this tuesday and ohio's 12th congressional district. vacant earlierft this year when republican congressman pat tiberi chose to retire before the end of his term. this is one hour and 15 minutes. and i am proud to be an american where at least i know i'm free. and i won't forget the men who died who gave that right to me, and i gladly stand up next to
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you, and remember still today, because there ain't no doubt i love this land god bless the usa from the lakes of minnesota to the hills of tennessee across the plains of africa from sea to shining sea from detroit down to houston and new york to l.a. where the pride in every american heart and it is time we stand to say that i am proud to be an american
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where at least i know i am free and i won't forget the men who died who gave that right to me and i glad -- i gladly stand up next to you and defend her still today because there ain't no doubt i love this land god bless the usa and i am proud to be an american where at least i know i am free and i want forget the men who died who gave that right to me and i gladly stand up next to you and defend her till -- still today because there ain't no doubt i love this land usa ♪ ss the
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pres. trump: thank you. wow. thank you. thank you. thank you. thank you, ohio. i love ohio. what a victory. remember these guys saying on television over and over again, you cannot to win? great stateet the of ohio. we got the great state of ohio. [cheering] pres. trump: remember they used to say that trump can't get it because it all goes through ohio? they did not know we would win by a lot. we won by a lot. [cheering] by a lot.p: we won i'm thrilled to be back.
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this is an incredible place. we have done well p we have really produced. last time, i told you what we are going to do. you have people coming back into our country. you have all these things happening. much easier now. we have the greatest economy we have ever had. we have the best numbers. we are setting records in every perspective and it is much easier for me to do this than it was when it was campaigning -- when i was campaigning. this is a much easier situation. [cheering] it is an incredible time for our country. america is respected again. and america is winning again. [cheering] because we are finally putting america first. [cheering] pres. trump: about time. economy is booming. jobs are pouring back into our country.
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we are bringing them back, those companies that left, they want to come back. this is where the action is. we are protecting american workers. laworting american enforcement. [cheering] ice, weump: including love ice. [cheering] [chanting] >> build that wall! build a not wall! pres. trump: we are building the wall.
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don't worry. we have already started. we have already started. we are building the wall. we have already started to we are doing a lot of things that people don't even know about. [cheering] pres. trump: we are defending our constitution. we are taking care of our great vets. [cheering] pres. trump: our military will soon be stronger than it ever has been before. [cheering] pres. trump: and the forgotten men and women of the united states are forgotten no more. [cheering] pres. trump: you are the great people, you are the great people. you work hard, pay your taxes, you do all these things and you were forgotten. they forgot about you. you're the smartest people. you are the smartest people.
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you know when they talk about, they talk about the elite. you ever see the elite? they are not elite. you are the elite. you are the elite. [cheering] you are smarter than they are. you make bigger incomes. you have got everything going. let them keep calling them that. you ever hear, you go to the best schools. you do a tremendous job. you work companies per for tremendous salaries are you do all the things that you do. you are talented. with your hands come with your mind. then you here, the elite has just said. the elite? they are more elite than everything -- and then i am? [cheering] and i became president and they didn't. meaning you became president. [cheering]
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pres. trump: and it is driving them crazy. [cheering] but we are honored to be joined to this evening by many of your states great leaders. including your next governor, mike -- mike. and your next united state senator, jim red ac. [cheering] pres. trump: great people. they are great people. for the senate, we have to get jim. we have to get him in. brown is not going to
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vote for our judge. we have a great judge. we love justice gorsuch. now we have soon to be justice kavanaugh. we need jim. >> [chanting] pres. trump: vote for jim. we have to get jim and there. he is an important guide. also here with us tonight, is ohio speaker of the house ryan smith. ryan, thank you. [cheering] pres. trump: thank you, ryan. ohio senate president, larry. larry, thank you.
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bob do check, i love bob. bob ran my campaign in ohio, you know that right? [cheering] pres. trump: and he was recommended along with five or six people and they were all recommended and i said, i don't know. one person said something about him that i liked. they said he never quits. he never gives up. have the governor support, i didn't have the senate support, i didn't have your head of the republican party risk -- the republican party support. other than i was doing well p bob says it does not matter because you have the people support. he said so. [cheering] pres. trump: you remember that great night in november? remember? [cheering] pres. trump: when they said after hearing so much about ohio, and it is true, you have to win ohio. they said, it is going to be close. he will men may be by two, if he is lucky. that would mean it would take all night, they would not be
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able to say a thing. then they announced, the polls are closed. donald trump has won the state of ohio. [cheering] come up here, bob. come up. he never stops. now he is working with troy. he is doing good. he just said he will be winning. when he says he is going to win, i think we won by 11 points. eight and a half. pres. trump: eight and a half. we will take that. we will take that. did you have to be so accurate, bob. eight and a half point. we love ohio. what, we will have a tremendous victory for troy. try boulders and.
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[cheering] he is the one i wanted to win. they had this false report that i was supporting somebody else. and they were right, it was fake news. and i was supporting somebody else. steve stivers, but he is in a different district. did they apologize? did you apologize for that mistake? no, i heard today -- [booing] >> [chanting] pres. trump: i heard that troy was like my second choice. i said come he is my first choice.
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he is always been the one i wanted to win. it is always dangerous when you do this. you can involved in the primaries, they don't say, the record in the primaries. they give us false records. ,atie arrington, south carolina she was behind by a lot. she is fantastic, by the way. she is fantastic. we endorsed her and she beat a man that likes flamingo dancers from argentina. you know about that? bewas supposed to vacationing on the tallahassee trail, but he was actually in argentina. i don't know, jim, do they have a tallahassee trail in argentina? i don't think so. no, right? jim jordan, how great is he? [cheering] he?. trump: how great is come here, jim.
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come here. >> the president is a little taller than me. [chanting] >> think about this, in 18 months, taxes lower, gorsuch on the court, economy and growing at a record rate, unemployment at its lows in 20 years, we are out of that crazy iran deal. the embassy is going to jerusalem. the offices have been returned from north korea. that is what is hopped -- that
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is what happened under the president's leadership. [cheering] pres. trump: what a great defender he has been. what courage. there is a brave, tough cookie. along with some of his friends. i didn't know he was going to be here. i looked over and said i don't want to wrestle him. i think he is like 128.1 or something. did you ever win in this room? did you ever wrestle in this room? you would have won. statistically, you would have won. for being here. i didn't know you are going to be here. thank you. [cheering] so, a woman, a fantastic woman, who came to me because i didn't have the head of the republican party on my side, i will not mention matt's name --
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[laughter] tos. trump: i was so nice him. i introduced him, his family, his wife. everybody was nice. then one day i heard he was not going to be with us. i went to put a check and i said, what do you think? numbers one ago appeared we decided after i won the presidency, we decided, let's challenge the sky. why should we allow that to happen? she wasme along and unyielding. she challenged him. know, a lot of people were trying to push him over the line. that did not work out well. she won that race and she has been an incredible gop state chairman. thank you, jane. come up. [cheering] [applause] pres. trump: thank you, jane. she has been incredible actually.
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finally, it is my honor to introduce the person that we are here for tonight. he is really tough. he is really smart. he never stops working. that is what to do check told me. i said, how is he doing? she loves the people of ohio. he loves the people in this district. he never stops. district and12th he will hopefully be here for a long time. he is never going to let you down. i see it. that is why we are so angry when they thought i was supporting steve stivers. and i was. but again, it is the wrong district. i support both of them. i expected a big apology. --hought it was going to be i won't mention the one because sometimes they treat me ok. about 4% of the time. [laughter] pres. trump: i said to a group, they will be apologizing today.
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i said, did they apologize? i didn't see an apology. that's ok. let me tell you, right from the beginning, troy boulders and, he is the guy. he is the guy that will do things. you will be surprised. they are talking about this blue wave. [booing] pres. trump: i don't think so. i don't think so. maxine waters is leading the charge. [booing] pres. trump: maxine. she is a real beauty. maxine. are you seriously? low iq person. maxine waters. she is leading the charge. yearsroughout -- like 100 i guess, 125 years, whoever has the white house, that party tends to lose the midterms. i don't know why. maybe it is complacency. maybe you all fight so hard for
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the presidency. you win come and you are complacent, but that was two years ago. i just said, why? inhave the greatest economy the history of our country. we have things that have never happened before. [cheering] pres. trump: look, if the democrats get in, they will raise your taxes, you will have crime all over the place, you will have able pouring across the border. why would that be a blue w ave? i think it could be a red wave. really. i think it should be a red wave. [cheering] you have to get out and do it. you have to vote. you have to get out. they want to take away what we have given. they wanted -- have you ever seen this? you see policy -- nancy pelosi? who controls danny o'connor. whoever the hell that is. [laughter] pres. trump: danny o'connor, on his resume, put stuff that was
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not true. he did that. you would've thought he was harry mason or something. a low-level person that did nothing. danny o'connor. that is a beauty. he is another beauty. this is what we are fighting. they will take away your taxes. they will destroy so many things we have given. by the way, we had obamacare repealed and replaced, except for one man who showed up at 2:00 and he voted no. carewe have done on health is incredible and we have kept your numbers way down. way below what they thought. we have taken away the individual mandate which is the single worst part. of obamacare. we have taken it away. been some has successful period for our country. our country has never, ever been like this. likes of enthusiasm, the
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of which nobody has ever seen. they have never seen it. not for me, in the polls. [cheering] so, we have a man that is going to fight for your. he will fight for ohio. he will be here for a long time. he will never disappoint you. i found that out from the people. he is not going to disappoint you. he is really smart. he is a really hard worker. rson, come on up. [cheering] >> thank you. thank you, everyone. it is a great honor to be here. before we get started, how about we wish the united states coast guard a happy 228th birthday? [cheering]
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and to all the men and women who have served and have served, let's give them a roaring sound of applause. [cheering] [applause] thank you. for a guy from the county, an area i call the shaker heights a appalachia, it is truly humbling experience to be on stage with president trump. [cheering] mr. president, welcome back to ohio. we are thankful to have you here. thank you to everyone here today. , it humbled by your support has been overwhelming. in 2016, ohio was the battleground for the presidential election.
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your countless volunteer hours, your enthusiasm, and most importantly, your vote helped put donald j trump in the white house. [cheering] mr. balderson: on august 7, we need to do that again. i am counting on you again. i need your volunteer hours, your enthusiasm, and most importantly, i need your vote august 7. andhat i can go to congress and fightyou alongside this good man, this great man, president trump, to make america great again. [cheering] in just a short
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period of time since his election, president trump has lower taxes, brought unemployment to eight all-time low, and the stock market is growing -- worrying. -- roaring. toill fight alongside him continue this economic success, i promise. [cheering] sen. balderson: to the seniors out there, including my mom and andand they are here today, the seniors across america, president trump will protect your social security and medicare, and i will fight alongside him to make sure the benefits you were promised are there for you. [cheering] sen. balderson: mr. president, we don't want to go back.
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i am not tired of waiting. [cheering] sen. balderson: my opponent has a different idea though. dishonesty daniel o'connor wants to repeal those middle-class tax cuts. [booing] sen. balderson: dishonest danny o'connor wants to take away your guns. [booing] dishonest danny supports open borders and sanctuary cities. [booing] dishonest danny o'connor will fight against the policies that are turning our country around. [booing] and worse ofn: all, dishonest danny o'connor will vote for nancy pelosi for speaker. [booing] sen. balderson: if you want someone who will fight for president trump, economic agenda, and is putting america back to work, then i need your help. and i need your vote on tuesday.
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i will win this election on august 7. and go to congress to fight for ohio and for the great people of the 12th the district. thank you all very much. thank you. god bless america. thank you, donald trump. [cheering] pres. trump: he means it. he means it. he means it. thank you, troy. thank you, troy. vote for troy's opponent is a vote for open borders, which equals massive corruption. like they don't care about it. they don't care about the crime. they your military or your vet. -- vets. the new platform of the democrat party is to abolish ice and let's not worry about crime. oh, really? doesn't work that way. [booing] pres. trump: you know, when ms
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13 seized the ice people, when they come income and those 13 says we have problems. we have problems. ice is fantastic for this country. they are brave. they have a tough job. [cheering] pres. trump: and we are getting we getames -- gangs, them out of the country. one by one. [cheering] a vote for danny boy and the democrats is a vote to much criminals and drugs pour into our country and to let ms 13 run wild in our communities. you know what they do once they are there? lawill protect our enforcement. not just eyes. all of our law enforcement. [cheering] republicans want a maximum, and we do, we want mexican -- maximum border security and respect for eyes.
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respect for border patrol. respect for all of our great law enforcement. all of them. law enforcement officers. we have seen the horrors that are nothen our laws enforced. for example, in the sanctuary state of california, air force veterans -- [booing] pres. trump: marilyn faris was viciously raped or murdered, and beaten to death with a hammer by an illegal alien with a long criminal history. should never have been in our country. including an arrest a week before he killed marilyn. this was somebody that should never have been allowed to be in our country. thousandsking about of people. we are talking about thousands and thousands of people. you could ask a jim jordan, that is all we work on. that is what we focus on. we are finally getting there.
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we will get there. we will get there. [cheering] pres. trump: we want our country to be a sanctuary for law-abiding americans, not criminal aliens. [cheering] build -- >> build that wall! build that wall! build that while! build that wall! pres. trump: every day the heroes of eyes are tracking down the violent criminals, drug dealers, child predators which is a tremendous problem and the vicious gang members, all over the place, and we are frying them in jail or find them the hell out of our country. one or the other. [cheering] we -- pres. trump: we just announced yesterday a record of enforcement of the border. [cheering] not easy.p: it's not easy. because our laws are so bad.
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they are so pathetic. catch and release. these a lottery. let's pick somebody out. oh, darling, i wonder who that might be? here he is. of fives convicted murders, icy, let him run through our country. what we're doing is crazy. how about chain migration. how about that? ♪ [booing] somebody brings his mother, his father, and, uncle, 15 times removed. he brings them all. i said the other day, the young man, if you can call him not, or the young animal, i guess, who people -- youht ever notice they never talk about the people that lose arms and legs? they talk about eight people died. peopley don't say eight died and many people lost their arms and legs and they will never be the same. they worked so hard, so incredible. this guy had 22 people come in
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with him. 22 people. he is in our justice system now. he has been there for about a year. it will take forever. we better get smart. we better get tough and smart. it'll take forever. court after court after court. then they make up -- they end up making deals. if you want to have a border, if radical to stop the nancy pelosi and waters -- maxine waters, agenda, there is only one choice in this election. that is vote for troy balderson, he will help. jim. going to help he is going to help everybody. they are going to get the job done. the fact is we need more republicans to people say we have a majority. we don't really have the majority in the senate.
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we have one person not voting, not around to vote. i don't know, he is not voting. we have 50. i will give you an example how tough it is. future justicet cavanagh, i think he will get their too, but to get him approved, think of this, because we have one vote that will not be able to vote, unfortunately, to get to justice cavanagh and approved, we need 100% of the republicans. think of that. how bad is that? how do you get 100% of anything. i don't like trump, i don't like our president, he destroyed my career. i only destroyed a career because they said bad things about me and you fight back and they go down the tubes and that's ok. a couple of them. [cheering] pres. trump: it's all right. names. mention i become much more diplomatic.
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in the old days, i would've mentioned names. i don't do that anymore. think of it. we need 100%, then the vice president, mike pence, a great guy, has to vote. [cheering] pres. trump: and has to raise his hand and we win. you are not going to have that vote most likely from your senator. but, it is one of those things. we will get him in. law school, same thing with justice gorsuch. top at harvard. number one in his class. went to oxford. top student. this is what we want. we want great people, we want really top-of-the-line smart people here and i want people with the highest test scores. i like high test scores. i want them. i want people, so do you. in brettomebody great cavanagh. i think it is working out well.
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we need 100% of the vote. we have a couple places where i won by a 30, 40 points. it could be they come vote for senators, democrats, could be. we will see what happens. on the assumption that they don't, because they do talk. a fuse a nicer things about me than any republican. a couple of them compare me to some of the greats. i'm talking about abe lincoln, on the state. -- honest abe. they say great things. say, it ispeople, i wonderful they say nice things but they will never give us the vote. we need the vote. say bad things about me but to give the vote. i am not just talking vote on justices. i'm talking boats on a lot of other things including highways and infrastructure and the wall, add border security. i need their vote. we will never get their vote. the only way will get the vote is we need more republicans.
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will see this country go down so fast. what we have done -- they even say, it really has been, as you say, amazing. it's been a miracle to a lot of people. and i purposely did not mention they kind of numbers we are achieving. because i did not want to be accused of exaggeration. by the fake news media. [booing] pres. trump: if i would have said 4.1% gdp, it would have been major headlines like -- by the way, it has gone higher. you can mark my words. [cheering] if i get the trade deficits down, bring them down, if i bring the trade deficits and, we could pick up three four points in gdp. nobody says that. nobody says that. [cheering] think we can'tey go any higher we can go much higher. we have to have good trade deals.
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we are doing this despite horrible trade deals. the worst deals ever made in the history of our country. ever made. in the history of the world. nobody made deals where we give away our country to other countries. it is sheer stupidity. now these countries, because of tariffs, and i say that is ok, president obama, it was not his thing. [booing] anybody'st was not thing for the last 30 years. it was not anybody's thing. it is my thing. i love it. [cheering] pres. trump: european union, they want to make a deal. they are dying to make a deal. but for years, they told president obama, no, we have no interest in meeting her to have no interest in meeting. i guess they said that's ok. but they said that to me too. sir, we don't want to meet. we are happy with the deal.
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they made $150 billion faster. they should be happy. i said, i agree, you should not meet, you should not change the deal, but you have to. they said i don't want to meet. i said, ok, don't to meet. but as your cars come to the united states, mercedes, bmw, we are going to tax them 20% and we will do better. and then they said 12 minutes after it was announced, you have a call. i will not embarrass people's names. i like sean cloyd, ok? i will not mention his name. they did call and said i would like to meet. we have the makings of a deal. without that there was no chance. then i have senators coming another's and congressman. i don't think i will ever hear from troy on this. tax the please, don't stuff coming into our country. what they are doing to our country is incredible. we added $817 billion trade
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overit among all countries the last number of years. think of it. per year. $817 billion. that is a year. you think they are good trade deals? whoever negotiated those deals. don't want to talk about but the number, 4.1 was great but we will go higher than that. once the trade deals. if i did not do anything with the trade deals, if i said nothing, we will let everybody continue to take our jobs, take our wealth, let them continue, i will bet our stock markets jumped 40% since i won. fighting do anything with trade, let them continue to take advantage of us, i think you would go up 40%. eventually, you would have had to pay the piper.
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we are going to make our country so much richer than it has ever been. i don't like it when congressman and senators come up to me. i'm a free trader. i'm a fair trader. fair being more important. i'm a reciprocal trader. you know what reciprocal is? if they do it, we do it. i don't like it when a senator, who i like, and there are a number of them, or when a congressperson who i like comes into the white house, they want to see me, we would like you to stop treating these countries about it i say, we have a tremendous massive deficit. we are losing a lot of money. it doesn't matter, sir. we believe in free trade. unlike, ok, they are charging us a 50% tariff, we are charging them a 20% tariff. do you think that is ok? no, sir. it is not. i said, what's free when they charge us and we can't charge them? what is going on here?
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[cheering] pres. trump: unbelievable. car and we send it to china, they charge us 25% tax. when they make a car, and send it to us, we charge them essentially nothing. it is 2.5%. basically they don't pay it. think of it. they paid 2.5%, meaning nothing. we pay 25%. on top of it, they don't want our cars. that is even worse. what they do as they say no, we don't want your cars. but they tell general motors, build the plants in china. i don't blame them. i don't blame china. i don't blame any of these countries. i have got good relationships. believe it or not, they like me. they understand. they can't believe themselves, they got away with it. they can't believe that they got away with it. but they have and we are turning it around. we're turning it around fast.
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i don't like this. but the chinese market is down 27% in the last three or four months. i don't like that. because i really like president xi. i respect china greatly. it is incredible what they have done. but they have done it off our back. they have taken $500 billion a year for many years. $500 billion. ,e haven't really rebuilt china and we rebuild. it is time we rebuild our own country now. [cheering] troy balderson is going to help me do that, right troy? ok, he said yes. if you said no, i'm out of here. he is going to help us. the leave me, he will be there. in the forefront. we have now created 3.9 million jobs. think of that. i would have never said a because of the figures back there. i would never have said it. can you imagine if i said that with the fake news?
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let's say we are campaigning. nobody heard me say that. jobs. 4 million you have car plants moving into ohio,an, moving into moving into pennsylvania. massive, massive companies. moving into south carolina. moving into north carolina. they are all coming back. that means jobs. [cheering] pres. trump: and you know what? when i charge them, when i say, 20%, i will keep it down to a minimum, because i'm a nice person. it wipes out the deficit. we go positive p we make a lot of money. you know what they will do? they will not pay the 20%. too much. the higher i make it, the better it is. they will come to ohio and build a plant because that way they pay nothing. right? they pay nothing. they will build their plant in the country. to the wharton school of
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finance, i was a very fine student. of thetell you, one great schools in the world, the wharton school of finance, one of the hardest schools in the world to get into. let me tell you, i went there. so basic, we charge them a lot, we put in a 20% or 25 percent tax, we take the 151, and that we make 100. billioned it like $250 with one signature. what is going to happen? they are coming into the united states to build a their plans. don't even think about it, ok? they will not pay that tax. too much. more americans are now employed, here is one of the greatest -- one of the best statistics ever. or americans are now employed than ever recorded before in our nations history. [cheering]
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pres. trump: think of that. employed,re people working today than the united states has ever had employed are working. think of that. isn't that incredible? that is like this little statement that they put out. they don't want you to hear this stuff. these rallies are very successful. they hate when i do them. although they like the ratings, i must say. they are torn. do we put them on and get great ratings? and let him say that cnn is a fake, or -- [cheering] or do we not put them on? they are very torn. it is often times i am getting ready to do my fake news with cnn and msnbc. msnbc is so corrupt. it is so disgusting. so disgusting. [booing] say almost: i would
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they are worse, they are almost worse. they are really a fake news group of people. here is the good news. they arethat we love, blowing them away in the ratings. [cheering] tucker carlson, steve, -- [cheering] so many others. they are blowing them away. forgot, i me, i am us would have been in trouble, the great lou dobbs. [cheering] see, oh,mp: but you maria about aroma. [cheering] pres. trump: i'm in trouble. i know i left out probably 10. but i did not really think i would be doing this. but they are blowing them away. cnn is down at the bottom of the total poll.
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to beingnot even close next to these shows. so we are blowing them away. that's good. those at the people that love is. that is why we are going to win. we will win here. it is why i won my election, remember? three or four polls got it right. for the most part, they want to convince you that trump has no chance that you don't bother voting to you go to a movie, come home. the problem is you never went to the movie. you went out and voted. beautiful. [cheering] pres. trump: right? you went out and voted. darling, let's go to a movie. because cnn, fake news says trump will not win. to 270.there is no path there isn't. there is a path to 306, but not to 270. [cheering] pres. trump: i was saying the other night, remember? pennsylvania.
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i was ahead by a lot. we only had two points it was like 9:30 p.m. i wonefused to say that pennsylvania. if i lost every single remaining boat, it was impossible to catch. i kept saying, wait a minute, there is so many -- only so many votes left. we would have to do three times that number. then what happened is wisconsin came in. and we won the state of wisconsin. and we won the state of michigan. and then they finally announced pennsylvania and you know why? they could not stand it. they are so dishonest. these are among the most dishonest human beings he will ever meet. [cheering] [booing] pres. trump: in the month of july alone, we added nearly 40,000 new manufacturing jobs. $.5ave created nearly million -- .5 million
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manufacturing jobs. your member what they used to say? there are no manufacturing jobs. they don't exist anymore. they are no good. really? how do you make things without manufacturing jobs? i guess i figure you will buy it from the competitors, right? no. we are doing manufacturing jobs and numbers of people have not seen before. half a million, almost, in fact probably by the time i leave this room can they will be over half a million. [cheering] pres. trump: our economy is soaring. and we are creating opportunity for everyone. the unemployment rate for americans without a high school diploma, this came out two days ago, and i figure, i might as well tell you because they will not say it. without a diploma, high school, is at the lowest level ever recorded. how good is that? [cheering] pres. trump: economic growth last quarter head -- hit 4.1.
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you almost that. you know this too. remember, i used to say, because they always voted democrat, the african-american unemployment rate has achieved the [cheering] lowest level ever recorded in history. -- achieve the lowest level ever recorded in history. [cheering] pres. trump: i have never heard them say that. have you ever heard them say that? that is the advantage of having something where people are listening. just listen. then what they do, do you ever notice on monday morning or sunday morning, they will take a long flowing statement and they will cut it out a few words in man, they and i say, really changed the meaning of what i was saying. these are really bad people. the hispanic unemployment rate is at the lowest level in history. rate has unemployment also achieved the lowest level ever recorded. [cheering] the women's
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unemployment rate, i am so sorry, women, i have let you down, i have let the women down. even though i won the women, i won the women. you know, when those numbers came, how is it possible? i never heard i was going to win the women. i said i think the women like me. my wife, the first lady, said, the women like you. they do like me. and i like them. but i said how did we win the women? we won the women. i was -- that was a surprise to a lot of people. not if you have been to the rally. look at all those pink posters. [cheering] pres. trump: thank you. the women's unemployment rate is not the lowest ever recorded, it
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is only the lowest level and 65 years. i'm sorry. i'm sorry 65 years. but we think by the next report, we should have lowest in history. of the veterans, i love the veterans, the unemployment rate. it reached its lowest level in nearly 20 years. almost 3.9 million americans have been lifted off food stamps. medicines the election. that means they are getting outcome are working, living their life, getting jobs, they pay much more than what they can make any other way. that is some number. that is a big number. all for food stamps. our new workforce initiative will deliver job training to more than 4 million americans and it is growing. and even though it is 110 degrees in this crazy room, -- [cheering]
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if you can take it, i can take it. [cheering] fairness, toin all the hvac, engineers and contractors, this room was not designed quite for this crowd. and you people are hot. [cheering] pres. trump: if anybody wants to leave, leave. there is a lot of people who want to get into but don't leave. it is rather hot. here is the goodness news spirit you walk out a new is 10 point -- 10 pounds. you say, that is good. that beats going to a gym. it is hot. so much for my brand-new beautiful suit. [laughter] pres. trump: now that we have the best economy in the history of our country, this is the time to straighten out the worst
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trade deals ever made. by any country on earth at any time. alone lost over 200,000 manufacturing jobs. joined the to beauty of. the wto, wto, a total disaster. for decades, our politicians allowed other countries to steal our jobs, plunder our wealth, and loot our economy. that is what they did. i don't think for the most part they did it consciously. they just didn't know what the hell they were doing. they had no idea. then you have people who think it is wonderful when they close up a plant in ohio, moved the plant to mexico or some other place, lose your jobs, they make the product in mexico or some other country, send it back into our country, tax-free. those days are ending. tax-free. [cheering] pres. trump: right? no good. no. we don't like that.
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we want our people. did you see a certain gentleman the other day said, donald trump does not take care of foreign workers? i said, he's right. [laughter] pres. trump: that was charles koch. who is actually a nice guy. they are members of my clubs. david and charles koch. he said donald trump does not take a foreign workers. i said, he's right. i don't want to get into an argument. he's right. i want to take care of the american workers. i want to be america first. ok? [cheering] america's economic surrender ended today the day i took office. now after years of rebuilding foreign countries, we are finally rebuilding our country. [cheering] the great patriot from ohio, and he was indeed, and he was actually a great president, certainly from an economic president --
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standpoint, he was assassinated. people don't realize, william mckinley from ohio was a great -- great president. he understood the crucial importance of tariffs in maintaining a very strong country. people that followed him went down as a great presidents because one in particular, as created. it is he was mckinley said, we ought to take care of our own nation and our industry's first we have to take care of our nation for spirit we want to help other people. but we don't want to help other people that are rich and not have them reimburse us. it is so foolish. we are taking care of their military, we are taking care of their -- of everything. a lot of these deals were made many years ago when they were weak and struggling to win ever change them. we never change them. and we never changed them, still the same old deal, but we are changing them now.
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changing them now. is going toalderson be helping so much, things to our pro-america economic policies -- one of the things i am most proud of -- american steel is making one of the biggest comebacks anybody has ever seen. [applause] pres. trump: for any industry. a great steel company. were closing up, nucor has announced and $85 million upgrade in marion. another company announced a $150 million steel mill in cuyahoga heights. restarting the furnace and investing $500
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million in mingo junction and cleveland cliffs and announced a $700 million plant in toledo. [applause] steeltrump: united states is building or renovating or improving over seven new plants. they never thought they would see a day when this would happen. and this all happened in a short time. because we have stopped the dumping. if they want to dump, that is fine, but they have to pay a 25% tax. it is amazing the impact that has on people who want to rip off and destroy our industries. thank you, i appreciate that. we have also taken historic action to protect our amazing farmers. i reached a historic agreement with the european union, we talked about it before, to reduce their ears -- reduce
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barriers to american grown products and increase the purchase of american soybeans. the prices are starting to go up. soybean prices are starting to go up. we are standing up to china. we will get along with china, but we are standing up the cousin it has been unfair. we have authorized up to $12 billion to help american farmers during this time, where china is targeting the american farmer. because china is smart and they know american farmers love donald trump, and they say, what can we do to stop donald trump? because he is the guy, he got it right. he is bringing the wealth back to the united states. and china does not like it. they are spending a fortune on public relations and advertisements, you ever see them? look at who is paying for them. and in other countries. speaking of china, it has come
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out that the democratic leader and the leader of the russia investigation -- [booing] pres. trump: dying -- dianne feinstein had a chinese driver for 20 years and she is leading the russia investigation. russia is leading the witchhunt. a democrat inspired witchhunt. that is something, isn't that something? dianne feinstein. how come china never spies on us ? you should ask people what is going on. it is a lot of people. have to to stop it, we stop meddling, everybody from attacking us, but there are a lot, russia is there, china is there -- we are doing well with north korea to my but they are
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probably there. we have to stop everybody. but think of that. i like dianne feinstein, i have to tell you. but i don't like that she had a chinese spy driving her and she did not know it. she says to me, what did you know about this? give me a break. come on, folks. and with china not doing so well, it has gotten worse, i guarantee you could -- i guarantee you. if there is any meddling or problems, it will be really big now because we are taking our wealth and jobs back, we are opening up and setting new records. we are keeping our promise. we have eliminated a record number of job killing regulation. and that is so true. ohio is going to like this. we have ended the war on clean coal, our miners are back to
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work. republicans passed the biggest tax cuts and reform in american history. we have saved our family farms from the estate tax also known as the death tax, and also we have saved small businesses, small farms, small businesses will not be paying the death tax anymore. [applause] pres. trump: as i said, we have repealed the core of obamacare, the individual mandate is gone. aat is where you pay tremendous amount of money for the privilege of not having to pay to buy terrible, horrible, health-care that is overpriced. we have given you a lot of health-care plans to choose from through associating health plans. we are giving businesses the greatest ability they have ever had to join forces to buy much better health insurance for less
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money, including across state lines. [applause] and we have just added and introduced a brand-new role to offer renewable plans it could save nations 50% -- that could save patients 50% or more over obamacare. it was repealed and replaced, other than one vote. you know what else we did, which i think is really great, it is really something, when you are really sick, you go right to try. you are reading about a potential cure, but 10 more years of experiments, food and drug. we have right to try now. people sign an agreement for no liability. i know people who have traveled all over the world to try and solve a health problem. right to try, it passed.
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think it would be tough, but the health care companies had a problem, the pharmaceutical companies had a problem, because everybody was worried everybody would be sued. i said, you sign an agreement, you don't see people. -- don't sue people. people want to get better and have a right to try. it was a very hard thing. they have been trying to get it for 40 years. -- signed ito law into law three years ago, right to try. something you read about looks promising, you don't have to wait 12 years. one of the reasons you couldn't use it, they said we don't want to use it because maybe it will hurt somebody. the people are going to die, they want to try it. it might not work, and it might work. it is also a great test medically. so right to try, i am so proud of that one.
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to restore our security, we increased defense spending to $700 billion this year and $716 billion next year. we are doing things we have never done before. [applause] pres. trump: we also had opioids,$6 billion for it is down 20%. it is a tough fight. thanks to our $2 billion investment in new armored vehicle, workers at the legendary tank plant in lima, ohio are now back on the job churning out abrams tanks. do you like that? abrams tanks. they are churning the mound. the great thing about what we are doing with $700 billion and $716 billion -- far less
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important in this case, because there is nothing we have to protect, as important as our military, but we are also providing massive numbers of new jobs because we build all of that equipment in the united states. [applause] pres. trump: that is the one jobs are not as important, but we are doing it all here. i am proud to report we have given our service numbers their largest pay raise in over a decade. [applause] pres. trump: i have also directed the pentagon to begin the process of creating a six branch of the u.s. armed forces called the space force, very important. [applause] pres. trump: that is going to be great. so much is happening in space. i'm not just talking about mars and the moon, i'm talking about tremendous defense capabilities, offensive capability in space.
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we are going to do the space force. we passed a landmark v.a. accountability law that everybody said we could not get past. 40 years they have been trying bado it, now is a government worker abuses a great veteran, we turned to them and say, you are fired, get the hell out of here. [applause] pres. trump: you are fired. passed veterans choice, so if our veterans cannot get care from the v.a. in a timely manner, they have the right to go and see immediately a private doctor and get taken care of. [applause] they've been working on that 145 years, we got it passed. get the wallto passed, don't worry about it.
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the obstructionists, the democrats are obstructionists. they are lousy politicians, they have horrible, stupid policies. let's get rid of law enforcement, get rid of the military, not take care of veterans. all of these things. they are haters. they have tremendous hatred. but they will do anything they can to obstruct or resist. their word is resist. i used to see that word and say, why are they doing that? if it is good for the country, why are they resisting? they want to resist. i removed the u.s. from the horrible iran nuclear deal and summary things have happened. oflso recognized the capital israel and five months later we opened the american embassy in jerusalem. [applause] instead of: apologizing for america, we are standing up for america, we are standing up for the heroes who
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protect our country. [applause] pres. trump: and we are proudly standing up for our national anthem. thank you. [applause] >> [chanting] usa, usa! our. trump: but to continue incredible success, we must elect more republicans and we must elect troy balderson, we have to elect him. [applause] get your friends, get your neighbors, get your family and get out and vote for troy on a tuesday. loyal citizens, great people like you helped build this
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country, and together we are taking back this country. we are returning power to where it belongs, to the american people. [applause] tos. trump: from columbus the queen city, cincinnati, where i worked a long time. a good place, the queen city. from dublin to cleveland and from toledo to mansfield, ohio has always been the home of the red-blooded american patriots, strong people, smart people, real workers, people i love. [applause] pres. trump: this state is the we are,the proud, and we are the home of the proud. the home of families, farmers, miners, aviators, ashen us. ohio is the home of everything
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good. ohio is where the wright brothers invented the airplane. and where annie oakley got her gun. [applause] pres. trump: ohio is the state that gives us american legends and american heroes like thomas edison, neil armstrong, and john glenn. ofstand on the shoulders generations of american patriots who knew how to work, knew how to fight, and knew how to win. you know how to win. just like them, we are going to keep on working, were going to keep on fighting, and we are going to keep on winning, we are going to win so much, you will get so tired of winning. [applause] pres. trump: you see what is happening. we will keep it going a long time.
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we will never give up, we will never given, and we will never back down. we will never, ever stop fighting for our families, our freedom or our great american flag. [applause] pres. trump: because we are americans, and our hearts bleed red, white, and blue. ,e are one people, one family and one glorious nation under god. [applause] together as and nation, we will make america wealthy again. we will make america strong again. again. make america safe and we will make america great again. thank you, ohio. thank you.
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>> c-span's "washington journal," live every day with news and policy issues that impact you. we discussedg, whether a medicare for all system could work in the united states. and a boston globe reporter talks about her piece detailing a secret tsa surveillance program. be sure to watch "washington journal" sunday morning. join the discussion. >> here is a look at the congressional agenda for the month of august. the senate has an abbreviated state work. -- state work period until august 13, when senators will return to debate judicial nominations and 2019 federal spending. periodses in a work through august, with business set to resume on september 4.
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as always, you can follow the house live when it returns here on c-span, and the senate live on c-span two. >> next week, book tv is in primetime. starting money -- monday at 8:30 p.m. eastern, senator tim scott and representative trey county -- trey gowdy talk about their book. tuesday, sean spicer talks about his book. dershowitz talks about his book. wednesday, the author of a book on harvey milk. and then, the author of a book on tesla. then, a self-help book about deleting social media accounts. of "they, the author
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