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complete opposite of the internet. this guy says i'm from michigan second district. and i'm grateful for the support of the book as well. tomorrow off to the villages and back home on monday. thanks for watching. here's sean who has trump. welcome to "hannity" and we are in cincinnati, ohio, where president-elect donald trump, vice president-elect mike pence are here on what they're calling their thank you tour. second stop of the day. they were at carrier in indiana earlier today. and president-elect is here with us. it's the first time you've been on since. >> it's appropriate it's with you. >> has it hit you, the magnitude of all of this. >> it does hit me but there's so much work to be done. we worked out a deal with carrier where they're going to keep over 1100 people in this united states, in this case in indiana. it's been a great day and they're a great company. they were moving to mexico lock
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stock and barrel and now they've changed their mind and they're staying in this country where they should be. and we're very happy about it. >> you seem to have not taken a day off. i've been watching monday through friday, saturday and sunday, a lot of people coming in and out visiting you. and you actually said in the "60 minutes" interview you want to roll up your sleeves and get to work. you don't want a vacation. >> that's true. you take a little vacation every once in a while but this has been a great experience for me. i love it. i want to help people. we help people, like with the carrier folks. they're going to have a good christmas. i enjoy doing it. if it's work, you can't do it. if it's not work, it's fun. we're doing a thank you ohio and then thank you iowa. we're going to do a tour throughout some of the great states that were so good to us, the swing states. we won almost all of them. we're going to make ten stops and do thank you tours. >> how is the process.
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you've made a lot of selections, couple more to go. >> we've made some great selections. more than a few. but it's been a well oiled machine. we're doing well, getting fantastic people and very good reviews. people are respecting the process and what we've done. >> i think you've been more gracious and maybe more magnanimous than i would be. you've now met with governor mitt romney twice. >> it was good. we got along very well. he was very very nice, very nice in terms of his remarks afterwards. and i think it was very good. we have some terrific people and terrific people to come. >> and i assume those decisions are going to be made. you had told me throughout the campaign, i would go through a list of issues, supreme court justice, vetting refugees, building the wall. like on "60 minutes" part of it might be a fence. people say you've changed your mind. you haven't changed your mind. you tld told me that during the election. >> i heard that a few times.
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there are a certain places you don't need a wall because you have mountains, you have other things, you have large and rather vicious rivers. no. we're building a wall. it's going to be a real wall because we're going to stop the drugs from coming in. we're going to have people come in but they're coming in legally and we're going to have a great wall. we're going to have a real wall and we're going to stop what's happening because what is happening in our country is very sad in so many different ways. we're going to stop the drugs from coming in. >> one of the things that you have an opportunity, you have a republican house and a republican senate. >> right. first time in a long time. >> first time in a long time and even people like paul ryan, mitch mcconnell, you've been talking to these people regularly. how has that been going. >> going great. paul and i have become, you know, very close i think. we agree on a lot of things. we're going to put in a health care bill, a real strong health care bill. i think it's going to be terrific. the obamacare, you look at what's happening, you see it in your report all of the time when you see 116% increases in
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arizona and you see the kind of numbers you're talking about and the tremendously high deductibles where you don't even get to use it. so we're going to do something that's great for the people and a lot less expensive. much better and less expensive. >> i looked at four things that i think would lead to great economic success. 15% corporate tax rate, repatriation of trillions, obamacare will be a tax cut for some people and energy independence is huge. how much of this do you think you'll be able to do through rescinding executive orders. >> i think we're going to do a lot of it and we're going to be rescinding executive orders but i don't think we're going to have to use very many executive orders because we have a congress that's going to go along with things. and i think a lot of democrats are going to join the train if you want to know the truth. >> have you talked to any? >> yes, i have. a lot of people said he's never been in politics. i've really been very active, mostly from the other side. but we're going to have a lot of
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democrats joining us on a lot of things, maib even health care. so many of the things we're pushing, they're common sense and we'll get a lot of support and that's going to start happening very soon. >> one of the things i went through, you're still solid on supreme court justices, originalists. >> yeah, have one to appoint very soon. i'm down to probably three or four. >> doctare they from your list? >> from the list. terrific people, highly pt ar l respected, brilliant people. >> and you'll have extreme vetting. >> very extreme. >> corporate tax rate. >> right. >> and you're going to have -- >> remember, we're also cutting taxes for the middle class, we're cutting taxes for virtually everybody. not just corporate. corporate is important because it's going to create jobs like you've never seen. we're simplifying the system. it's going to be a tremendous tax cut. >> how long after you studied
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and looked at it, i see many good paying jobs for people. how big is that? >> we have so much energy that we never knew about. modern technology starting six years ago. the technology is incredible. we're sitting on vast wealth, we never knew we had it. we have more than saudi arabia. more than you believe is possible. we're going to start using it. we're going to put the miners back to work, the steelworkers back to work. we're going to make steel for ourselves when we build building instead of bringing it from other countries. we're going to have a great time doing it. >> since you've been elected some people have had a hard time dealing with it, poor kids on college campuses have their professors giving them cocoa and aromatherapy and pet therapy, coloring books and play dough. anything you would like to say to them to reassure their sensitive feelings that it will be okay? >> i think they're going to be very happy.
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i think we're going to have a safe country, a prosperous country, we're going to do things to create jobs where their parents will do much better. although most of their parents voted for me. they don't have a pron proble p. i hope they realize that very soon. >> 1100 families don't have to sell their house, car, worry about sending their kids to college. mr. president-elect thanks for spending time with us and congratulations on your win. >> thank you very much. when we come back we'll check in vice president president-elect mike pence. and also rinse prebuice aeince h more as we continue. >> i'm here for one reason, to say thank you to ohio. thank you. we won the state by almost ten points. which they say is totally unheard of. in fact, i don't know if you
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know, but it's the beginning. they say you have to win ohio. you must win ohio, right? you heard it. over and over and over. and we started off sort of even and then we were one up and two up. we didn't have much help at the top levels, you know that, right? we seek peace and harmony with the nations of the world but that means recognizing the right of every conscience, inchugd our own to look after its citizens. we would put other countries first. we had people running our country that truly didn't know what the hell they were doing. okay? didn't know what they were doing. we're going to defend the american worker. look what's happened right here. they forgot about the american worker. they forgot that it was the american worker who truly built
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our country. we are not going to forget, believe me. i knew it could rough in there, but how rough? there was no way to know for sure. hey guys.... daddy, it's pink! but hey. a new house it's a blank canvas. and we got a great one thanks to a really low mortgage rate from navy federal credit union. pink so she's a princess. you got a problem with that? oorah oorah open to the armed forces, the dod and their families. navy federal credit union.
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we've set aside our differences and we do have differences, we're a divided nation but we're not going to be divided long. i've always brought people together. i know you find that hard to believe although this group probably doesn't find it hard to believe. but we are going to bring our country together, all of our country. we're going to find common ground and we will get the job done properly. >> welcome want to "hannity." we here in cincinnati ohio tonight where president-elect donald trump and vice president-elect mike pence are on their thank you tow.
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and the vice presidential elect joins me. what should i call you. >> call me mike. we're in cincinnati. a lot of excitement here. we're here to say thanks to the people of ohio, kentucky and indiana, all across mark for giving us the opportunity to serve. >> a big part of your speech is thank you for giving us the chance. explain that. >> that's right. well i'm going to say to the people tonight, thanks to you. we're going to have a president who will unleash the boundless potential of the american economy by cutting taxes, rolling by legislation. we have a president-elect who's already saving jobs in america. we just had a rally earlier today in indianapolis where because of president-elect donald trump 1100 hoosiers are going to have jobs at a factory that was going to close and move all of the jobs to mexico.
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our message tonight is to make sure that people know that the president-elect and i are working every single day to build a team, lay out an agenda to make america great again and to keep the promises that he made. >> that's not insignificant. owe wise it would have been 1100 families going into christmas not knowing their future, worried about their mortgages, their cars, their kids, going to college. that's a big deal. and on top of it, i was interested, the ceo actually said they're investing $16 million more in the plant there and maybe $35 million tote until the state? >> i have to tell you. it was great to watch the president-elect exercise leadership in this case. indiana is a prosperous state. we have job announcements all of the time. in spite of what's coming out of washington, d.c. we've been holding our own. but in february we learned that here's a company that's going to close its factories and move all
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of those jobs to mexico. when i knocked on their door and said is there something we can do, they say it's a made decision. just about a week after the election president-elect donald trump picked up the phone, called the chairman of the parent company united technologies said we're going to cut taxes, roll back regulation, we're going to have trade deals that put the american worker first and we'd like for you to rethink this and they said we will. we started those conversations. but i think what people see in that effort, in president-elect donald trump is a man who keeps his word, a man of action and a man who is not going to rest until we get this economy moving again for every american. >> you know what president obama said about this? i was playing it on my radio show today. what is donald trump going to do, wave his magic wand. i thought about it. what he's going to do is what you didn't do. he's going to pick up the phone. were you there for that call? i'm interested. >> i was. >> what did he do? >> he picked up the phone and he
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spoke really one american to another and he just said i'm just calling to tell you we're going to do exactly what we said we're going to do. we're going to cut taxes on job creators, businesses large and small, we're going to roll back the avalanche of regulation. back in march the leadership of carrier told me what was driving them out of the country more than anything else was an avalanche of red tape coming out of washington, d.c. and what the president-elect told the leader of that company was we're going to do exactly what the american people elected us to do. and he asked them very, you know very graciously in his own way to, if they'd reconsider that. and i got to tell you how inspiring it was for me. >> and your home state, which we the way has been doing well, as you pointed out. 1950s is a long time. >> it was inspiring for me to see the way that our president-elect just leaned into that effort, kept his word, made a difference in the lives of 1100 hoosiers. >> son calls him a blue collar
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billionaire, probably a great example. it went out earlier before you guys got here in the crowd and i talked to a lot of people and this issue of carrier came up. what was the most important thing. what was the most important thing, i kept asking. he's going to keep his promises. and they said this is one of them. you think about it, the agenda, you break it down, in my closing arguments you said you saw the night before the election. >> i did. >> supreme court justices originalists, vetting refugees, repatriation, 15% corporate tax, obamacare replaces, health caring savings accounts, building the wall, education in the states and energy independence. what am i missing? >> not a whole lot. rebuild the military, we're going to support law enforcement on every level. and the list goes on. but you're absolutely right. i have to tell you in addition to being vice president-elect, i have been asked to chair the
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transition. and to see the caliber of men and women around this country who he is drawing to this effort, the cabinet appointments he's made so far, there will be more appointments next week. stay tuned. >> you're not going to give us a sneak preview? >> it's been exciting to see the energy, the vision and the leadership that donald trump talked about on the campaign now being implemented by president-elect donald trump. >> i don't see a lot of days off. i know you're in a lot of the meetings and he's included you a lot. this is what i think people want to know. that those promises that he made are going to be kept. and i think this is where republicans -- and i speak as a conservative, where they lost me a little bit. they promised to repeal and replace obamacare. you know what a phony show boat is. they never put their teeth into it. give us the senate. they didn't do it. they funded it. things like that really annoyed at lot of people. it's important to keep your
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word. >> it is. and president-elect donald trump is a man of u his word. he's dispatched me to capitol hill. we both went there together a couple of weeks back sitting down with the leadership of the house and the senate laying out a plan for the first 200 day to implement that agenda. you've known him a lot longer than i have. this man is the very embodiment of optimism and energy and creativity. >> he controls the room. >> he's going to bring all of that to capitol hill and we're going to drive the trump agenda forward and we're going to make america great again. >> how were the meetings? >> great discussions. we brought our legislative teams together. i met with the speaker, met with leader mcconnell in the senate. and you know, our effort is to be ready literally on day one to be able to walk our new president into the oval office to take action on day one on a number of executive orders that the obama administration has put
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into effect. but literally in that moment to initiate moment to repeal and replace obamacare, end illegal immigration once and for all and to get this economy moving again, less taxes, less regulation and it's exactly the agenda he ran on and i keep telling members of congress, buckle up. >> that's a big agenda. the conservative solutions that i've wanted for a long time. how as your life changed. i understand you guys don't fly on the same plane anymore, true, for the most part? >> that's right. that's part of the new changes. >> how as has your life changed to the extent you can share it. >> in many ways it hasn't. this was just about a 24/7 campaign for us before. my family and i poured our hearts and souls into this. greatest privilege of my life. but as you said, there wasn't any vacation of election day. first thing the morning after
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the election we were all rolling our sleeves upstanding by our president-elect and helping to build a government that can begin to implement the trump agenda on day one. and frankly the energy, the enthusiasm, the optimism that just emanates out of president is going to carry us through a great term. >> i didn't have a chance the ask him about foreign policy. is the uranium deal done? i think it was a horrible deal but a lot of the money has already been transferred and i don't believe that any place any time inspections will ever take place. and i don't trust the iranians. while that bill was being negotiated, they were chanting death to america. >> the idea of transferring $150 billion, nearly $2 billion in
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what was unquestionably ransom payments, deeply offensive. a bad deal. we've begun internal discussions. i know the president-elect is going to give caref fuful consideration. but it begins by recognizing how deeply flawed the ie rain deal is and laying before him the best options that will put the interest of the united states and the interest of our most cherished ally first. >> do you know of any countries, iran, china, russia, have they reached out? or you can't say. >> i can tell you the leadership in china and russia has reached out. for my part i've spoken to foreign ministers and some heads of state around the country. but frankly from the day after the election the leaders from around the world were reaching out to our president-elect. i really do believe that people across the globe, leaders across the globe recognize the kind of
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leadership that president-elect donald trump is going to bring to the white house. and they've been reaching out with graciousness, engaging directly with him and he's been engaging with them with the kind of consider rate straight talk that i know will always characterize the way he deals with the world. >> will we repair our, what i would say somewhat broken relationship with israel? i've known prime minister netanyahu for many years. he put a blurb on my first book. >> i can assure you if the world knows nothing else, it will know this. that america under a president donald trump stands with israel. he's had great discussions as i've had the privilege of having with prime minister netanyahu since the election and we're going to continue to build that relationship. >> last question. can we glean anything from all of the time you spent both at trump tower new jersey on capitol hill, that the role in
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the vice president in this administration is going to be an active and busy one? it looks like it. >> i'll leaf that to the one person who will define it. >> the guy who's been sending you around. >> my family and i are here to serve. you have to understand, i'm a small town guy from indiana. the very idea of having a chance to stand next of our president-elect at such a momentous time in our nation is very humbling for me. i'm just prepared to serve in any way that i can help him move the agenda that we both know will make america great again. >> mr. vice president-elect good to see you as always. we'll come back with reince priebus, now of course the chief of staff to president-elect donald trump as we continue from cincinnati tonight straight ahead. >> you hear a lot of talk about how we're becoming a globalized world. but the relationships that people value in this country are
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local, family, city, state, country, they're local. we'll compete in the world, we want to compete in the world, but we're going to compete in the world where it's a two-way road, not a one-way road. the advantages are going to come back to our country and they haven't for many many years. there is no global answer, no global currency, no certificate of global citizenship. we pledge allegiance to one flag and that flag is the american flag.
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so i will not tell you -- i refuse to tell -- don't let it outside of this room. do you promise? raise your hands. promise. so i will not tell you that one of our great great generals -- don't let it outside, right? and of course the press is very honest. they'll never let this go. even though it's all live, th. we are going to appoint mad dog mattis as our secretary of defense. >> and welcome back to "hannity." we're in cincinnati with president-elect donald trump and vice president-elect mike pence are on what they're calling
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their thank you tour. we're heading out to the crowd to talk to a lot of people why they in ohio voted for donald trump and mike pence. but first hey's the former chair of the rnc, now the chief of sth staff. i don't know if you went from the frying pan into the fire. good to see you. these are two of the hardest jobs you have because if donald trump doesn't have, people are going to come down you. if thing don't go well in the white house, they're going to come down on you. you had a balancing act all year with the never trumpers. not an easy year in your life, right? >> no. i started to figure out how to be a decent rnc chairman. i figured it out. but now it's a different challenge but it's a great one, an honor. an honor that president-elect trump asked me to do this. he's going to be a great president. you look at the choices he's making i can tell you his view of enormity of the job and the
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way he wants to build this country for the american people, no matter what you are, what party, background, ethnicity, anything. his attitude right now is something to behold and i'm so grateful for it. >> help the audience be a fly on the wall. you were at the dinner for example. i would have loved to have been there. i thought mitt romney would have been a great president but i was so disappointed about the things he said about donald trump. you were at the dinner. the only one at the dinner with the two. what was it like? what happened? >> they talked about sports. they both love tom brady. being a packer fan. >> did they address the -- >> of course. it's like the global affair. >> no. did they address the things romney said? >> we talked a little bit about that. >> how did that go over? >> we talked about it. look, they didn't know each other. they did hit each other pretty hard. >> a fraud, racist.
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those are hard words. >> sometimes, all of us, i try not to be this way but sometimes you can judge people without knowing them, without getting how they tick or what they're thinking. i think there was some of that. but i would tell you that it was genuine, heartfelt. they really got along. and at some point -- and i would just say this. president-elect trump is extremely funny. when he can get on a role -- >> he was on a role that night? >> he's an incredible story teller and he's very funny. and he had mitt romney through tears in one of the runs that he had. they got along, they talked about serious things, talked about not serious things. it was a good night. it's good to have and build relationships. >> whether he gleets selected. >> right. >> i had a few days off over thanksgiving. i was out and about a lot and i met a lot of people. people say two things to me right out of the box. please tell him don't pick mitt romney and the second thing they
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say is tell him don't let her off the hook. all of those people were chanting and even earlier today out here in cincinnati lock her up and drain the swamp. that's up to the justice department and the law enforcement and attorney general. >> i think what the president-elect was trying to say is he's not going into this office with the mind-set of i'm going to find a way to persecute secretary clinton. that's definitely not where his head and heart is at. if indeed there's evidence that's presented that goes to attorney general jeff sessions and gets presented, it's going to be his call. but if it needs to be dealt with, the president is going to support. as far as the whole where are you at on mitt romney, my job is to clear out all of the junk from everyone cominghim an opportunity to make the decision
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that's best for this country. it's not to overexert my opinion on anything. i think he's got great choices. the mayor is a wonderful man, david petraeus, governor romney. but that's his decision. but providing, you know, the opportunity for him to make a clear decision is part of being the chief of staff. >> general petraeus, how did that go? >> it went well. he's a very very smart person that really understands every -- i mean he'll tell you what river in syria and then this mountain over here. it's an unbelievable mind that he has. and you know, someone like that, you need to listen to and talk to. >> are you prepared to like never sleep? from the times i most often got to talk to donald trump the candidate was at midnight. >> well i'm the same way. he and i are the same way. as long as i get a few hours of sleep i'm good to go. i do like the feel that i slept,
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even if it's for a few hours. i can keep going. this is important stuff. i've got a great family, good kids. >> you're all in washington. >> yeah. a little tougher now because most of the transition is in new york. eventually things are going to move back down. >> pretty quickly. >> it will be normalized. >> i think the most important thing, and i think where the biggest disappointment with the republicans, people are telling me the promises aren't being kept. donald trump has laid out a very firm agenda to get that passed. he doesn't have 60 votes in the senate. but harry reid set a precedent. is that something republicans in your opinion should consider following up on? >> they're going to use the -- except for the supreme court we can get the cabinet through ain 50 votes. i would suspect that's going to happen smoothly. i think that we've got a president with a mandate.
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electoral landslide across the country. one of the most historic political wins in maybe the entirety of the united states history of politics. but certainly for the last 100 years we've never seen a donald trump phenomenon sweep the country. the people in congress understand it. the members of our own party should understand it. the meetings with had with speaker ryan were incredibly smooth. no offense with senators, but things are naturally easier to get through the house. we have a speaker in leadership that they want to work with us, what do you want. senate is tougher because of their rules. but i would suspect that we've got a president-elect that's going to call people out if they don't want to get on board. >> going directly to the american people. >> people may wake up to a couple of tweets in the morning and not like it. >> he's not going to stop tweeting. >> business as usual. >> being the rnc chair in a year
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where there was a lot of division and 17 people wanted the job and threading the needle of the people that wouldn't keep their promises and then running -- >> quite a fiasco at times. >> i talked to you throughout the process. i tried to cheer you up a lit e little. >> i was good. i love the job. >> this is a tough one too. >> when i first started at the rnc, it was 24/7 after a few months you started getting the hang of it. but i think people see we're moving lightning pace. we're doing well. >> thank you. >> thank you, sir. >> he's now the official chief of staff for the president-elect donald trump. thank you so much, reince p priebus for pg here. we're in cincinnati on the thank you tore. we're going to go out and talk to the crowd. what motivated them to go out and vote this year and we're check in with the most popular radio figure in the whole city of cincinnati, bill cunningham,
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great american and more as we continue "hannity" on the road in cincinnati. >> the people of this great state answered and you're going to be very happy. we're going the say right now, what are we going to do? we're going to make america great again. you watch. you went out and pounded the movement, organized your fellow visits and propelled to victory a grass roots movement the likes of which the world has never seen before. this is what they say. today on one of the networks they said maybe andrew jackson. i said when was that? it was like in the 1838. and then somebody else said well that was great but nothing like what happened here. okay. so it really has been fun and more importantly i heard mike saying about what happened in
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we can reverse the stagnation and usher in a period of true opportunity and growth, endless gridlock is not a way of life any longer. we don't have to accept that. government can be responsive. and we can become proud again of how washington works. and i've spoken to democrats and i've said to them, look, we can't go on with this gridlock. it's gone on for so many years. it's gone on for so many years. they didncan't get together. we're going to get together and i believe they want to get together. you know why? it's time. the people are angry. they're angry. and they're going to get together. we're going to make joint decisions. and the nice part, our victory was so great we have the house, we have the senate and we have
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the president. >> all right. here we are, we have a few donald trump fans here. the whole place. all right. so this election how important -- no republican has won the white house without -- pretty excited. you look excited. >> yes. >> you got a trump make america great finger. >> absolutely. it's a thumb. it's a good finger. >> what was the main issue for you this year? >> safety for our country, foreign affairs and internal affairs. >> vetting refugees, building the wall. >> absolutely ohio state earlier this week. >> scary. >> and i have to say, i was not happy with kasich this whole term. i did not vote for him. >> i got a question. now he's going to build a -- >> wall! >> and who's going to pay for the wall? >> mexico.
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>> how are >> i'm great. what's your name? >> pam. >> what was the most important issue for you? >> the most important issue for me -- i'm very nervous. >> come on. she looks great on tv, america, right? you do. >> i was working for mr. trump. >> what did you do? >> i took junket trips over to trump arena. >> you had a good time working for him. >> yes. >> good boss? >> excellent boss. 90% of his employees were women. >> did you hear about the carrier deal? what did you think about that? that to me was big. >> donald trump just proved that he's going to do what he's been talking about for a year and a half. this country has turned the corner with this man and i'm so proud to be a trump supporter. >> this young man may be running for president one day with his bow tie. how old are you? >> 15. >> you didn't get to vote. >> i did not. >> you would have voted for? >> donald trump. >> who did you come with, your
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mom or dad. >> dad. >> what was the biggest issue for you? >> immigration. you got to protect your home first before you can help anybody else. and i think that president trump is a man of his word. >> does the carrier deal today prove that to you? is that a good first step? >> yeah. >> you're on fox tonight. thank you. how many fox viewers do we have? hey, sweet heart, how are you? >> i did a power point on donald trump and my teacher wanted me to say that he was selfish and rude and arrogant. >> whoa. >> so i wouldn't and she said she would take points off my grade and i did not care. i told her, that's my freedom of speech. >> give this girl a big hand. >> you know why i'm giving you a hand, because you stood up for what your beliefs are and you didn't let the teacher tell you what to do. >> thank you. can i get a selfie with you?
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>> sure. you know how to do it? >> yes. >> you tell me when to smile. now you job in this is to make me look good. ready? what was your big issue here? >> nonpolitician in office. >> that's going to help? i got a question. how important was the carrier promise that he got done today? >> very important. >> as you can see we have a fantastic crowd. we're going to come back. we'll continue more from "hannity" live on the road in cincinnati. now is not the time to downsize our dreams but to set our sites higher than ever before for our country. now is the time to push for real profound change that restores the full promise of america for all of its people and those people are great people.
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i got to know them, believe me, over the last 18 months. and what we've created is a movement and it's a beautiful thing. if you take a look here, the roads are all gridlocked. all gridlocked, all locked down, all secured up. and people pour in. it's an amazing thing. what makes thermacare different? two words: it heals. how? with heat. unlike creams and rubs that mask the pain, thermacare has patented heat cells that penetrate deep to increase circulation and accelerate healing. let's review: heat, plus relief, plus healing, equals thermacare. the proof that it heals is you. it's your tv, take it with you. with directv and at&t, stream live tv anywhere, data-free. join directv today starting at $35/month. no extra monthly fees.
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. we're going to fight for every last american job. it's time to remove the rust from the rust belt and issue in a new industrial revolution. we're going to do it. >> we're back in cincinnati at the u.s. bank arena. this guy has spent 35 years on the radio. the most-popular, number one radio personality his entire 35 years, bill cunningham. do you like bill? bill cunningham, i'm in your city. i want a full report. >> sean hannity, in 1984, the gipper saved america from the clutches of mondale.
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it's taken 32 years to have this kind of passion between ohioans and hoosiers. you saw what happened. these are normal, god-fearing americans. >> it's amazing. here is a state where the republican sit in governor opposed. did it bother you that kasich didn't support trump? and he won by over eight points. >> it didn't matter. this wasn't about kasich or a personality. this is about a movement. donald trump walks in the shoes of ronald reagan. you and i, and god bless john mccain's patriotism. john mccain is a patriot. but in 2008 we couldn't get 200 people to listen to john mccain. now, there are going to be 20,000 americans here tonight.
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20,000. 20,000. >> bill cunningham, how did he do it with such a large margin in a state you've got to win to become the president? no republican ever became president without your great state of ohio. the buck eye state? >> there are three large stories here that that comprise 30% of the whole thing. 70%, lancaster, 70% marietta. blue-color americans said i don't want to be on welfare. i want a job. john compton is a is from small town america. a mighty tsunami from thousands in the pacific ocean walked across this great country and said we can't take it anymore. >> bill cunningham, the
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back home on monday. thanks for watching. here's sean who has trump. welcome to "hannity" and we are in cincinnati, welcome to "hannity". donald trump and mike pence are here on what they're calling the thank you tour. they were at cary air conditioner today and the president-elect, his first cable interview is here with us. it's the first time you've been on since? >> it's appropriate it's with you. on since. >> it's appropriate it's with you. >> has it hit you, the magnitude of all of this. >> it does hit me but there's so much work to be done. we worked out a deal with carrier where they're going to keep over 1100 people in this united states, in this case in indiana. it's been a great day and they're a great company. they were moving

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