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campaign now. we have basically moved beyond the early primary and caucus states and now we are in super tuesday. 12 states, voters in each of these states will have a defining impact on who the democrats and republicans nominate. it is a very different stage in the campaign. now we are campaigning in 12 states where the candidates are literally going from airport to airport trying to appeal to as many voters as possible and make their last-minute pitches. advertising is key but it has moved to a very different level of the campaign where they hope voters know who they are. the candidates have to convince those voters, including those undecideds, that that is the person they must vote for first thought -- must vote for. started,s network
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there are a lot of pulls out there, but there's nothing better than talking to voters, especially if you talk to voters where primaries and caucuses were held. how solid is your support for that candidate? the pulse ofse for america. other networks have their pundits and analysts. we have the ability for people to question reporters on super tuesday but the best pundits are viewers listening on c-span radio or watching on c-span television. live picture now from huntsville, alabama. a school 80 them just outside of huntsville, alabama, waiting for republican candidate donald trump to appear at this campaign rally. plane fly trump's over the stadium site, so we expect it should be getting started shortly.
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voters in alabama go to the polls on tuesday. caucuses are being held around the country. this will be live coverage here this afternoon on c-span. ♪ while we wait for this event to begin, we will show you a conversation we had this morning on "washington journal" discussing donald trump's's newest dealings overseas.
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>> if elected, he will bring to international relations the savvy he has demonstrated as a global dealmaker, but you write an examination of his operations abroad reveal that while he has made many millions selling his name, he has chosen a number of inexperienced and even questionable partners, sometimes and movedg buyers into saturated markets, often producing less income than advertised. explain. has made many millions of dollars, no doubt and has put -- and has put his name on many of these buildings, but we have looked at these buildings around the world and have found a pattern that he would make money and then his partners would be unhappy down the road. host: what was the most surprising thing you learned?
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guest: the most surprising thing was you would look around at how many people were unhappy. look at panama and his earners trying to get out of this mess with him. look at his symbol and his partners want to get out of his next there with him. there seemed to be a pattern that emerged that he would get paid and down the road, his people would be unhappy. i want to share one of the moments that took place at the debate. he talked about negotiating deals overseas. esther trump: i'm in negotiator. i've done very well through the years through negotiation. in all fairness, marco is not a negotiator. i watched him melt down and it was one of this data things i've ever seen. these people may be tougher than chris christie. >> the palestinians are not a real estate deal. a deal is not a deal when you
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are dealing with terrorist. you are not a negotiator, and with your thinking, you will never bring peace. i want -- mr. rubio: donald made be able to bring condos to the palestinians -- mr. trump: probably the toughest deal of act kind is that particular deal. host: that has been one of the key market gets of his candidacy. he's an outsider. he wrote the best owing book "the art of the deal. his opponents are hitting him on his business experience. he has been very successful at creating the trump brand. host: let's go to a couple of these locations you talk about -- trump deal in azerbaijan.
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the deal is on hold? guest: the economy there is struggling. he was paid about $2.5 billion and put his name on it and likes to talk about how it's going to be the best thing ever. but now it is on hold. these deals can be on hold because of various reasons and they just block them ahead of occurring. a theme of your article which is available online at bloomberg politics, lending his name, how much of it is the his expertisersus and negotiating skills? look at hisu ability to create a brand that she's pushing globally to sell that name. abilitytalks about his to do these deals where he sees it like a car factory where he's going to crank the deals out. he puts the name on the building
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and perhaps gets a percentage or management fee or something to that effect. one thing we look at in panama, the terms of that deal, we found there,bond perspectives it was projected he was going to make 75 ilion dollars. he got more -- $75 million. host: in canada and turkey, his partners want to cut him loose. he claims to be making millions in scotland and ireland but is so our losing money. an interesting deal and the u.k.. a have to file their income statements with local regulators. his campaign has been one of the first windows into his business and how he operates. golfan look at u.k. courses and has claimed losses there. because of his campaign and ethics requirements, he posted his details last summer.
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when you compare the two, questions arose because he was claiming a large profit from it. he would claim large income from those facilities and we would ask why $20 million in income from these races that are losing lots of money? projected future income. host: what does that mean? guest: these properties are going to do well in the future. host: taxes came up in the debate. as this one of the reasons he is really and? guest: he has a history being a billionaire -- there has always been discussions about how he calculates that. the debate is rearing on cnn later today. he was asked about his tax attorneys. i was the first one to file a financial disclosure. you don't learn anything about sunday's wealth with a tax
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return. you learned from statements. worthd that showed i was $10 billion. i built a great company with very little debt. i filed it on time. i did not ask for five 45 day extensions, which i would have it entitled to. that is where you find out what kind of a company. romneysay this -- mitt looked like a fool when he delayed and delayed and harry reid baited him so beautifully and mitt romney did not file his ofurn until september 21 2012, about a month and a half before the election. big-league. as far as my return, i want to island except for many years, i've been ordered it every year. 12 years or something like that, they audit me. nobody gets audited. i have friends who are very
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wealthy that never get audited. i get audited every year. but i'mive my returns being audited for two or three years i cannot do it until the audit is finished. i think people would understand that. host: that was donald trump on cnn. your reaction to what he had to say? guest: it's a fun conversation when you like to get into the numbers. i think a lot of people want to see what his tax returns look like because there's been lots exactlyions about just how his empire has operated. host: does donald trump finances deals through global banks, by issuing stocks? guest: great question. this is one of the interesting things about his global expansions. according to people we have talked to, he is just selling the brand onting the building. i talked to one of his developers who is happy to do a
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deal with them. the developer had to go through bankruptcy organization but he would not have been able to do the deal without donald trump's name on the building. then to turn around and sell those condo units too small investors or small folks who wanted to buy into trump lifestyle. host: and this tweet -- why did it take media and candidate so long to dig into donald trump's past? did they not think he was a serious candidate? guest: i think there have been lots of questions about donald trump's pass going back years and years. some of these have been told before but what is unique about our story is the scope and putting it all together. you often find some common themes in all of these deals and that is he gets paid and some folks are unhappy afterwards.
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host: we are talking to tim andins of bloomberg news about donald trump and how he has tried to cancel a number of contracts. can you explain? guest: in toronto, for example, his partner is unhappy and trying to get out of deal. suggestion thee partner would like to sell. host: chris is joining us from port jefferson station on the democrats line. good morning. let's say if donald trump is making all these deals and all these people want to get out of it because the only one coming out ahead is him, what's wrong with that? wherever he goes to make deals,
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he's going to look to see that we come out ahead. if they sign for the deal, i don't eat anything wrong with that. and it marco rubio and ted cruz, they are in the senate and they tell you they can do so much to improve the country that they leave in the constitution -- they can't do anything now. they are in the senate and responsible for what is going on. senate, they can get pretty much what they want to do. i don't see them trying for the regular person. give thislls me if i guy $50 to do something for me, he knows what i -- when i asked him where a favor, he's going to have to do it. he's going to have to do it down the road. thank you for your call
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and adding your voice to the conversation. guest: he brings up a good point. argue thatp would when he's negotiating for himself, he can do a good job and get the best deal for him. your collar points out here is a guy who knows how to negotiate worms of. he gets paid. i put it to mr. trump negotiating so hard, what happens if get the best deal after our partners are unhappy. he says in politics, there's room to try to make everyone happy. like anytely feels deal is better than we have now and that is part of his stump speech. trump'sbert points out clothing, making his neckties in mexico and china. that came up in the debate on thursday.
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guest: it is interesting. businesshe's a global man with real estate deals but he also has these merchandise items that have a global some like chain. is more global than perhaps the typical candidate in the way that he is a businessman and he would say that global executive experience is a benefit. trumpgeorge monroe saying university is a democratic ad goldmine. 35,000,ple ripped off, each were able to get a large cutout of donald trump. guest: that is definitely going to be a talking point. listen to the trump organization and how they defended trump university. if someone signed up for this, they have signed up, buyer beware.
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of the things that arises in the deals we look at -- some of the condo owners or andstors would end up suing in the case of toronto, the judge said buyer beware because you were promised by non-trump people that you are going to get tax returns and you did not. host: one more tweet saying trump is the on the politician. and buildings, all failures with his name on it. jay is joining us from gulf shores, alabama on our line for republicans. caller: good morning. i just want to say i'd don't know what people don't get. we are just fed up with in general for all the united states. we are sick of the congress and
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the senate. donald trump is not perfect, like none of us are perfect. cast the first stone. what you have to understand is weak are fed up with regular old politicians tell us this, tell us that, making us believe we have to do better by making another politician. we want somebody who will stand up for us and not just say they are going to stand up. i'm 72 years old. i've been in the business for fifth years. i've opened stores and closed stores, but i'm still in business after years. i'm not the richest man in the world like donald trump, but i know what the american dream is. we are sick and tired of people coming in to our country illegally, we are sick and tired of being pushed around. we are sick and tired of being sick and tired and that's why
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the people of america are voting donald trump is going to run the table no matter what people like or don't like. that is my comment. if you are perfect, you cast the first stone. think youefinitely see the support growing from part of that disenfranchised feeling out there in my country, the folks in d.c. just don't get i think hesinessman is from illinois talks about. his: donald trump says organization is in talks with 100 deals. if elected president, he will to international relations the savvy he has demonstrated as a global dealmaker. while he has made many millions selling his name's -- his name, he has chosen an experienced and questionable partners, sometimes
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infuriating buyers and move into saturated markets. you can read the full essay online. next call on the independent line. caller: i'm a first time independent voter. the program and nice to see first amendment in action. in ino democrats have government for 30 years and all they do is complain. sanders and clinton. that is just the same old same old. if ted cruz wasn't a politician, he would be a used car salesman. rubio is a kid. name anything the four of them have ever done. i will take anything, even a dog park. we've got to change. we need to change.
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the same old same old is done. we are that up. media, the whole deal. and trump is the revolution. host: thanks for the call. guest: that is what mr. trump would argue and that he would ring the negotiating skills you don't see from career politicians or career officials and he has experience in this tough negotiating sessions. and his deals would show he has been able to negotiate for himself. live coverage getting underway here on the c-span networks. leadingracking the four republicans and two democrats in this race. you can watch it on the c-span evening on tuesday. milton is joining us from baltimore, maryland, the democrats line. caller: good morning.
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[indiscernible] what people like your guests donald trumpthat is the bridge over troubled water. he's going to deliver what he says he's going to do. things positively that politicians can't do. that is my comment. reaction? guest: it's nice to hear what his supporters are saying. has been able he to craft his business brand in the political spirit. in some ways, running for president has affected his business in a negative way. places like istanbul were his out and heed to come would it knowledge that has been
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tough for him, but he's also going to say what he to say running for president. in the world,s his brand is stronger and it's -- it's anting interesting examination of where the brand is. china, wheret cadillac is trying to grow their and in city using its affiliation with the presidents running for president and being one of the front runners for president of the united dates would project an element of power that is luxury and parts of the world. it will be interesting to see what happens to his brand going forward and how he is able to sell it in places like asia where he very much wants to expand. too fars name is not down the street on pennsylvania avenue, the old post office building with the trump brand as he prepares to renovate that building an open and i believe 2017. what is his direct involvement in the project and how much money has he put up for it?
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guest: he has put up his money for that. it's one of the unique situations. a lot of the deals we have been have beenout franchise or licensing deals and he does still have properties in the u.s.. he got his start in real estate got into theut franchising development in the last couple of years. host: are you able to estimate how much he is worth? guest: estimations have been done, lots of them. it is hard with having -- without having a clean line of sight into his business. did not do this. it's more of an examination of how his international operations run. we saw -- i talked to him about what is the value of being a trump brand internationally. one of the things he says he can help his partners do is talk about how he can go into a
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country if the project was having a hard time getting approval, he would step in and use his name to help those talks and smooth things around it. he said the heads of government love him and that kind of star wattage allows him to advocate his position. you'd talk about the golf courses -- in scotland and ireland, he claims he earned $20.3 million from turnberry and $4.5 million from his golf course in ireland last year. but the numbers are not actually correct. he has lost money. host: it is hazy. filed ine statements the u.k. would show losses. i asked him about it and he was very defensive of those facilities. he says he is renovating them
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and improving them. the question i really have is why are you claiming income on the other hand? he says this is forward-looking income and he the will make a lot of money out of those with housing developments. host: how much access to you have with donald trump? him oni had time with telephone on a couple of occasions during his week in south carolina. host: jim on the republican line. good morning. caller: good morning. my question for all of the candidates, what is the relevance of having them provide their tax returns? i really don't think it matters how much money a candidate makes, whether they are a republican or democrat. to me, it almost looks like a ploy by the media and those opposed to the candidate so they
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can demonize them based on how much money they make. i don't see a reason for any candidate you have to provide their tax returns to the american public if they are running for president. guest: i think it is one of the crucial things we look at. we don't want to look at how much money they make but where and how they make their money and the charity giving and the tax rate they pay. if you look at the issues they try to avoid, it says something about their strategy and how they view the basic elements of being a citizen in the country, that is paying taxes. host: duncan is next on the independent line. caller: thank you for taking my call. i had a comment here about mr. trump. others, justt of senatorsurprised about
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rubio and there have been that haveguess, fallen by the wayside. they have attempted to speak about mr. trump and how he is really, truly not caring in terms of a statement -- entrance of a statement -- statesman, as someone who should be representing the greatest country and has the strongest military in the world. with who of character i think we as americans should be wanting to represent us. i think that is the debate. he -- donald trump would say he is the brand and his brand would
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be doing very well representing the u.s. host: mary on the democrats line. thank you for joining us. caller: thank you for taking my call. i can't believe i got to the line. i'm really against trump and i will tell you why. i'm 78 years old. toeel somebody like him had laundry a lot of money and that's why he got so much money today. i'm 78 and i can't even pay a lawyer to go to bankruptcy court because i have a lot of medical bills and i have a hospitalization. --hink if he gets in their if he gets john kasich in there, people don't know but jeb bush said one thing about john kasich -- he did a lot of things that for us in ohio. he got out of the deficit because it took away from the
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poor and middle class people. i hope he don't get in there or we will really be in bad shape. host: thank you. argue mr. trump would about his personal bankruptcies he it does illustrate how goes about business and uses the laws at hand. he is a businessman and uses the laws available to him. how is he able to use the law? it does have a connotation of being broke but in business, that is not quite the case. guest: especially in real estate. in a lot of cases, you take on a lot of debt. if you look at panama, he did not put money into it. the company that did took on a lot of debt, was delayed in opening the facility and opened it when the market was glutted with a lot of units and the global economy was in trouble
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and had to reorganize its debt. totally unusual thing for a development of that scale -- host: this headline. "a look inside trump's global deal." commissioner is asking about the reason donald trump is not releasing his tax returns, because of his repeated audits. he has been audited almost every year by the irs. would somebody be audited every year, every year of the obama administration? >> we can't talk about
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individual cases, but it would be rare for anyone to be audited every year. it is usually a number of years. something in your next return pops up. as a matter of formal auditing, it would be rare. >> he also says he will not release his tax returns while he is the audited -- is being audited. this is something in the rs that irs thatim? -- in the permitforbids him? >> there's nothing that would keep them from sharing that information. >> what do you make of his claim that he needs the audit to be cleared? we stress that we are in tax administration. we have no stake in any of the primaries.
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whatever the comments that are being made, from our standpoint, , and you being audited want to share the returns, you can do that. ♪
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mr. trump: wow, this is amazing. thank you, everybody. we could listen to that music. i could listen to it all day long. all day long. [applause] mr. trump: i want to thank you.
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look over there, look at this. in --that have to get there are 3000 people that have to get in. yes. this is the biggest crowd of the political season so far. we have 30,000 people. amazing. 30,000 people. i want to thank everybody. we have a lot of folks in the madison area. it is really thriving, you know that, right? it is doing well. we are going to keep that rim program that space going. we will do a lot of cutting, but we will keep that. i've got to say, the benghazi guys, so incredible.
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guts, courage, amazing guys. i want to thank mark and john. amazing. amazing. i was going to say, i have a little surprise. i have a little surprise for you today. over the years, i have developed a lot of friendships. good, some are people are ok, and some people are lousy, right? and some people are great. i was so honored because i have a man who was respected by everybody here. greatly respected. some of the i have a lot of respect for. he was the expert, as far as i'm concerned. when i think of myself now and us, we want strong borders. we want the wall.
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[applause] we have, you know, we have a case where former of mexico used a horrible, horrible word. if i would have used that word, it would've been a big story. the story is he is very angry, because he said, "we will not pay for that wall." when these dishonest people in the press call me, it is so terrible. i said, "walter scott 10 feet wall justi said, "the got 10 feet higher." you saw his anger, right? that wasn't about the wall. that was, "how dare you tell us what to do?" bosses.nk they are iyour
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it doesn't work that way. it's not going to work that way. i just want to tell you, we are going to build the wall. is going to work, we are going to have a strong border. people will come into this country legally. only legally. [applause] mr. trump: when i talk about immigration and when i talk about illegal immigration and the problems with crime, i think of a great man. i want to introduce you to him. -- who am ing about talking about? nobody knows, because it is a rise -- a surprise.
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senator jeff sessions. sen. sessions: wow. the american people are not happy with their government. know, but the people called down and they will forget it and let it go. go?ld we let it wew we should not -- no, should not. there is an opportunity on tuesday. [applause] we have anns: opportunity on tuesday. it may be the last opportunity we have.
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for the people's voice to be heard, you have asked for 30 years, and politicians have promised to fix illegal immigration. have beguthey done it? no. donald trump will do it. [applause] [chanting] sen. sessions: the american people have known for years, these trade agreements have not been working. on all soon have a vote transpacific partnership. obama trade. it will damage america. it will create a commission that undermines sovereignty, and it should not pass.
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donald trump, when he gets elected, will see that it does not pass. [applause] sen. sessions: this movement, he does not take money from political groups, lobbyists. he is committed to leading this country in an effective way. nobody is perfect, but at this time, in my opinion, in my best judgement, at this time in american history, we need to make america great again. [applause]
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[chanting] u.s.a. sen. sessions: thank you all. i am pleased to endorse donald trump for the presidency of the united states. i believe of movement is afoot that must not fade away. it has the potential to have the american people's voice is heard for change -- voices heard for change. people in washington are public servants. they serve you. donald trump, it is great to have you in one of the greatest cities in the world, hunts
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ville. [applause] sen. sessions: we have more phd's per capita than anywhere in the country. we have the best corporate leadership of all over the world. hiring people here is what we need. god bless. [applause] wow, that is so trump: great. you know, he's an incredible guy. thank you, get him out of here, will you?
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[applause] mr. trump: boy oh boy, it never fails. the cameras follow that. they know that, look over there, the all-time record. [applause] cameras, take a look. unbelievable. 32,000 people. this is amazing. and by the way, look over there? we can get them in. why can't they come in? let them in.
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let them in. we have got thousands of people over there, let them in if you can. that is the first time that senator sessions has ever endorsed a person running for president. [applause] dealrump: that to me a big -- that is, to me, a big deal. time magazine, a couple of weeks ago, did a cover story. this is really a movement. we are going to take the country back, run it smart. there has never been a time where we have made so many decisions that have been so wrong, whether it is the iran deal or the borders like swiss cheese. we are going to make the country so great, do things so smart, we are going to be so confident.
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you're going to be so proud of your president. you were not proud now. -- are not proud now. you're going to be proud of your president. over the last couple of weeks, nasty things were said. marco is the lightweight. this guy, i mean, when you are guy0 points in florida, the can't be elected dogcatcher in florida, this guy, little marco, he's a nice guy, but yesterday i got the endorsement of chris christie. tough guy, good guy. wonderful guy. he was so enthusiastic. running, iwas
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watched a man melt in front of me. he started grilling lightweight marco rubio. marco was standing next to me in the debate, the one before last. he mentioned the obama phrase once. been a second time. -- then a second time. sweating.ring water, i thought he had just got out of a swimming pool with the suit on -- a suit on. i thought to myself, i hope he is ok. [interruption] [applause] [shouting] yay.rump: ay,
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[shouting] mr. trump: folks, folks, we have to love everybody. all lives matter. memberemember that. all lives matter. [applause] we will have these little interruptions. have 35,000 people, if you have a few protesters, i guess that has to happen, right? i look at little marco, and i think something is happening with him. than he is melting.
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he is saying this phrase a fourth or fifth time. i think he has just melted down. i get ready, and i think he is going to sit. *-- to say it. we don't need a fainter to negotiate with china and putin. we don't need a fainter to knock the hell out of isis, do we? we don't need a guy who is sweating and scared. so that's it, now he acts like a big man. "oh, trump is a con man." businesan incredible s. i filed papers that were unbelievable. if they were not unbelievable, these guys were not people to believe how great a company i have built. i have to listen to the guy, that took money to build a driveway.
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,hen they caught him, he said "i used the wrong credit card." when you look at what he has done, he takes a house for sold it, or so, and he to a lobbyist for $380,000, a lobbyist in the state of florida. -- that isnator? what we are going to have as a senator? as a president? do it, there is no we have a problem. is guys, all of them. i am so funding my campaign -- i am self-funding my campaign. these guys are all taken care of. whether it is the drug industry or the pharmaceutical companies,
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they take care of these people. [interruption] mr. trump: tell me, tell me, isn't it fun to the editor rally trumpn to be at a rally? [applause] mr. trump: i said, "he is not going to make it." was speaking and these two women took over the microphone. he walked away, thinking, oh, oh. i said to myself, "wow." no microphone will be taken over for me, i guarantee you that. [applause] mr. trump: they are not taking
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it over for me, they are taking it over from you, can't happen. he looked so- weak. it's over. he's not going to happen. in fairness, hillary should not be allowed to run. she broke the law. [applause] mr. trump: she is probably protected by the democrats. she should not be allowed to run, i will tell you. you either have laws or you don't. patreaus,at general betra all these people got away. e-mails, 40,000. does anybody do that many e-mails? let us see what happens.
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we are going to have to run against her, which is good. i think it is great. the other guys are not going to beat her, folks. they are not going to win. to beantee, we are going talking about those e-mails every moment of every day. [applause] mr. trump: we are going to shame them into doing the right thing. we are going to beat hillary. in the polls, i am leading her. we are on usa today. i have not even started on her yet, i haven't. [applause] mr. trump: she is not right now part of the equation. if you look, take a look at the people, governor walker is a attacked, but he
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trump. jeb bush is a nice person. lindsey graham, this poor guy, he was so vicious. his idea of the war, he thinks he is a military expert. he says, "i'm a military expert. where are we? we are nowhere. theselisten to some of guys in the military, we will be there for another 20 years. we cannot do it did -- we cannot do it. we've spent $2 trillion in iraq and have done nothing co. we have got wounded warriors all over the place. what do we have? nothing. we don't even call them. do you know who is taking over iraq? and the second largest oil
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supply? iran. they fought for years, then stopped. then ity complains, goes the other way. then we get up, we blast the hell out of them. what happens? iran takes over. not only do they make the greatest deal i have ever seen made, with $150 billion, they should never have gotten that money. they should have released the prisoners four years ago. not get money like it is ransom. i told that story all the time. i kept thinking they would walk. we kept giving up. the people are dancing in the streets. head thecalling the
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"supreme leader." i will never call him that. you know what you do? three or four years ago, you have the prisoners. did you ever see a deal so long? it is a horrible deal. ,"u walk in and say, "fellas by the way, the persians are great negotiators. you walk in and say nicely, and actually one of the reporters told me this, my father was a good guy, he taught me to negotiate -- by the way, marco rubio says my father gave me an hundred $50 million -- $150 million. i started with $1 million and
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have built a company worth $10 billion. on an. -- oh man. "$200 million?" he copied a false story from the new york times. this is one of the most dishonest media groups i have ever seen. here's the good news. it is losing its shirt. somebody will buy it as a vanity project. the new york times is so dishonest. they did a story that was inaccurate. i said, i said to the press, and they gave me heat -- they have to report accurately. if they don't report accurately, all of us should have the right to sue. you know what? this has nothing to do with freedom of the press. but when they don't report
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accurately, we should have the right to sue, to get them to report accurately with damages. right now, the libel laws don't mean a thing. they will be tougher on me now. they are so dishonest, these reporters. they are, i think, i will tell i am running against people, i have dealt with politicians my whole life. you're not going to see this crowd, they will not show the crowd. they will leave here, we will people, more,000 of their standing, and you know what will happen? the store tomorrow will say, "donald trump made a speech in front of an ok crowd." when they write in accurately -- have totely, we hold them to that.
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they are going to regret all of the bad stories they write. i am running against dishonest people. little marco rubio. featherweight. use not even a lightweight. lightweight.even a you know, when you build a great business, trump tower, all of clubs,obs, these country hundreds and hundreds of acres, i have so many jobs and buildings all over. when of the great buildings of the world. 12910 avenue of the americas. i built a city on the west side of the manhattan river. ."ey say "i am a con man
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thaton't call some of the -- somebody that when you have done nothing. this guy did so many things. you just don't do that, folks. he is not cool. sweats too much. i don't want him negotiating for us. [applause] mr. trump: and then we have lying ted cruz. these people i am dealing with are the worst people. he will say, "i am totally against obamacare." that thing should never have been allowed. but obama lied 28 times. "you can keep your plan." all of the stuff.
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just enough democrats to get it done. when ted cruz says donald trump likes obamacare, all of this, these people are really bad. i have dealt with politicians all my life, some are good. many are dishonest. i don't think they are as bad as the press. we are going to straighten out our countries. we are going to come up with solutions. you can ask the folks who were killed at disney -- they are being replaced. trainave to change up and people. the biggest opponent of doing that is little marco rubio. we are in trouble. where $19 trillion in


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