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  Donald Trump Campaign Rally in Huntsville Alabama  CSPAN  February 28, 2016 9:40pm-11:01pm EST

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the illegal immigrants, in many
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("sweet home alabama") ♪
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donald trump: thank you. i could listen to that music all day long. [applause] there are 3000 people will have to get in. should we start without them? yes. this is the biggest crowd of the political season by far. we have 30,000 people. [applause] amazing.
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's areas really thriving. it is doing well. folks. that graham going [laughter] [laughter] [applause] the benghazi guys you met them you saw them. so incredible. they know what happened. i want to thank mark and john i have a little surprised today. [applause] i have developed a lot of friendships. some people are good and some people are lousy. some people are great.
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this man is respected by everybody here. somebody that i have a lot of respect for. an expert on borders, on so many things. us we wantk of strong borders. we want the wall. [applause] we have a case where former president fox of mexico. because we will not pay for that wall.
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when they called me know i said. the wall just got 10 feet higher. [applause] just got 10 feet higher. you saw the anger. it wasn't about the wall. how dare you tell us what to do. they think they are our bosses. it doesn't work that way anymore. it's not how work that way. i just want to tell you we're going to build that wall will people canng border come into the country but they will come in the legally. when i talk about immigration
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i'm talking about illegal immigration all the problems that go with that. man you knowgreat who i'm talking about. senator jeff sessions. [applause] jeff sessions: what travis is. a crowded this is. this is. this isn't a campaign it's a movement. the american people are not happy with their government.
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should we forget it? no we should not. onre is an opportunity tuesday. we have the opportunity. it may be the last opportunity we have. for the people's voice to be heard. years politicians are promised us. they will crack down on illegal immigration. they haven't done it. donald trump will do it. [applause]
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the american people have known for years that these trade agreements have not been working for us. we will soon have a vote on the transpacific partnership. it will create commission that undermines our laws. donald trump will make sure it does not pass. [applause] this movement, he doesn't take money from political groups. lobbyists. he's committed to leading this wentry in an effective way
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can have everything. we can't have everything. we need to make america great again. i am pleased to endorse donald trump to the presidency of the united states. i believe that a movement is potential tothe
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have the american people's voices heard. the bosses are you. the people in washington are public servants. we haven't had enough of that. donald trump welcoming you to one of the greatest cities in the whole world. maybe more phd's per capita than any place in the country. people all over the world are investing here in hiring people. i am proud to have you with us. [applause]
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donald trump: that is so great. he is an incredible guy. thank you, get him out of here will you. [applause] never fails.
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the cameras follow that and they know how many people are here. take a look. unbelievable. [applause] 32,000 people. we can get them all in. fire department, let them in. got thousands of people over there. all right. that is the first time that senator sessions does ever endorsed a person running for president. that could be a big deal. we've had some interesting times.
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this isn't me, i am just a messenger. this is a movement. we're going to take our country back. time whennever been a we've made silly decisions and min so wrong. our borders like swiss cheese. we're going to make our country so great. competent. to be so you will be so proud of your president. you are not proud now but you'll be able to be proud of your president. [applause] nasty things and said. marco is a lightweight. , we are up 20 points in
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florida. he can be elected dogcatcher in florida. i call him little marco. i got the doors and chris christie. a tough guy. enthusiastic. i watched a man knelt in front of me. he started grilling lightweight marco rubio. he was right next to me during the debate, the one before last. onceoned the obama phrase and then he went back to the second time. then i noticed he was sweating. i thought he just got out of the swimming pool with his suit on.
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then i said i hope he's ok. [applause] ay-yi-yi. [applause] folks, we have to love everybody.
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all lives matter. [applause] we will have these little interruptions. when you're 35,000 people, you have to have a few protesters. he is melting. phrase a thirde time a fourth time at fifth time. i'm a strong guy. i get ready i think he's going to faint. a fainter to negotiate with china and vladimir putin. we don't need a fainter to take on isis. a guy who was sweating and scared.
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now he wants to act like a big man. he says trump is a con man. with the federal election commission that is so unbelievable. they cannot believe how great a company i have build. this guy took money to build a driveway and when they caught him he said oh i will reimburse you, i used the wrong credit card. he sells his house to a lobbyist , a lobbyist was dealing with them in the state of florida. that's what we going to have as our president? there is no way.
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you can't do it. we have a problem. all these guys. i am self funding my campaign. i am self funding. are all taken care of. whether it's the drug industry where we don't negotiate the we take care of these people. isn't it fun to be a trump rally? at a trump rally.
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? [applause] bernie sanders is speaking in these two young women came up on the stage. and he walked away. i said to myself wow. microphones. nobody's taking over for me, i guarantee that. not taking it over for may, the taking over from you. bernie sanders is so weak and sympathetic. so pathetic. lori should not be allowed to run because she broke the law. she should not be allowed to run. she is protected by the democrats. she should not be allowed to run.
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you either have laws or you don't have them. look at general contrast. petraeus. he got into hot water. 40,000 e-mails. how the hell do you do that many e-mails. ? we will have to run against her. i will be there. they are not going to win. [applause] we are to talk about those e-mails. every day. we're going to shame them into doing the right thing.
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polls of come out where i am beating her, usa today. i have even started on her yet haven't even started on her yet. she is not part of the equation. jeb bush, very nice person. lindsey graham this poor guy. he was so vicious. he thinks he is a military expert. we've been listening to this guy for years and where are we? we are nowhere. if we listen to some of these
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guys were going to be over there for another 20 years. $2 trillion in iraq. we've lost thousands and thousands of brave military young people. we got wounded warriors. you know who is taking over iraq? iran is taking over. they fight for years and stop and rest. then they fight for years. it goes the other way. we bless the hell out of one of them. iran is taking over.
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they made the greatest deal irc made. they got a hundred $50 billion. billion. like its ransom. we kept giving up on every single point. the people are dancing in the streets over there. i will never call him the supreme leader. four years ago they had the prisoners. did you ever see a deal that took so long to make, and it's a horrible deal. the persians are great negotiators. are peopled and rated.
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our people didn't read it. my father was a good guy, he taught me how to negotiate. guy said myrubio father gave me his money. my sister called me up and said are you kidding? a millionf with dollars and now i am worth over $10 billion. [applause] the 200 million through they copy the full story from the new york times. one of the most dishonest media group site ever seen. it is losing its shirt, it will be out of business. the new york times is so dishonest.
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it was highly inaccurate. a great company. if the stories inaccurate, why would you pull it. wouldn't you pull it? all of us should have the right to sue them if they are inaccurate. it has nothing to do with freedom of the press. accurately,e report we should never sue them and get them to report accurately. we have libel laws that don't protect anybody. we will make it tougher. they are so dishonest. i'm running against people i've dealt with politicians all my life. they're not to show the crowd.
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we had 32,000 people. you'll read a story that says donald trump gave a speech in front of an ok crowd. inaccurate. we have the right to hold them to what they write. we should be in win damages. able to win damages. there going to regret all the bad stories they write. , a totalrco rubio featherweight. he's not a likely, he's a featherweight. until he started calling a con build a tremendous business and you build trump tower and create all these jobs.
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the club with a commanding tournament in miami. buildings all over. the bank of america. one of the great buildings of the world. built a city on the west side of manhattan. from 72nd street all the way down. it was such an insulting thing. your cost of a con man when you have done nothing. he bought the house and he sold it to a lobbyist. he sweats too much. i don't want him negotiating for us. [applause] then we have lying ted cruz. the people on dealing with of the worst people.
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i am totally against obamacare. from the time that thing was it was allowed by the republicans. they said sony times you can keep your doctor. when ted cruz says donald trump likes obamacare he knows it's a lie. these people are really bad. i dealt with people all my life. many politicians are really dishonest. the press is probably worse. i'm in a strain on our country. going to straighten out our country.
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they have to change jobs and train the people who will replace them. the biggest proponent of doing that is little marco rubio. we're serving great deal struck country. we are going to start making great deal struck country. we are in trouble. we have $19 trillion in debt. a total disaster, you saw the budget. it just passed. we are going to start having wonderful budgets. make the country so strong again. our military which is so depleted. military is the victim of mismanagement and misuse.
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listening to guys like lindsey graham. drop bombs on isis. over there fighting each other. that's why we're over there for so long folks. number to take out isis, one. i got a lot of heat. vladimir putin was very nice to me. he's not getting anything for it. he said donald trump is going to be the great leader of the party. these people saying we want donald trump to disavow that statement. what is wrong with having russia
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work with us? having russia drop bombs on isis. what is wrong with it? we have so many wrong things. on june 16 i came down. people said i will is never going to run. yet to sign your life away. running for president takes guts. it is not easy. me if you run, she's great, and is not easy for her either. is a tough thing.
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i took a deep breath and i made a speech i talked about illegal immigration. we wouldn't even be talking about illegal immigration. nobody knew how great it was but i knew. i have friends that live in california. people that have become addicted to drugs, drugs that flow from mexico. not only did i win new hampshire. the biggest problem in her is heroin. is heroin. it is a beautiful place. it doesn't seem right. i made a promise. we are going to get this stuff ended.
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we're going to have strong borders. mexico's down paper the wall hundred percent. going to pay for the wall hundred percent. little market was up here. i said i'd never heard that before. little marco rubio said we are going to build a wall. it's the first time i ever heard it. i heard the same thing from ted cruz. arizona hasfrom endorsed me. he knows about borders. and he endorsed donald trump.
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i gave the speech and were very critical. rush limbaugh said he never seen anybody take more incoming. it started to realize i'm right. the drugs and economic development. we have to strengthen our borders. i talked about trade on june 16. you have the attack in paris. many other attacks. people started looking to make for protection. i will be so tough. i will be so strong. we're going to protect our country. trade is a big thing.
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lose $500 million a year with china. billion a year with china. they say donald trump is not a free trader. i am a free trader. we have to get something out of it. when we lose $500 billion a year that's not free trade. i know china very well. i great friends over there. the largest bank in the world from china is a tenant in my buildings. they are in san francisco. i got in a very hostile fashion. you'd be very proud of me. i didn't like his filthy language.
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he thought that we are supposed to give them everything. those days are over. i have thousands of hispanics working for me. great people. the problem is that the leaders are smarterd china and tougher and more cunning that our leaders. stupid people in power. we can afford it anymore. we're going to change that so fast. i talked about borders and i talked about trade. i will be the greatest jobs producing president that god ever created. the greatest.
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it's not free trade with china. they send their products here no tax. we can't get our parts into china and if they do we pay a massive tariff. our people don't want to talk about it. where dr. luczak in a money. you can't. we're not going to lose that kind of money. you can't. have created china. they just renew their lease. with the way i talk about china. i wish our leaders were doing to them what they are doing to us. we're going to straighten out trade.
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carrier air conditioners. i buy everything. it is moving to mexico now. pfizer is moving to ireland. folks.ot to stop this ford is building a two half-million dollar plant in mexico. i've been talking about after two years. four is going to double up. nobody talks to them. nobody tells them they're going to be repercussions if you do this. i went to the wharton school of finance. if you take carrier, when they say they're putting people out
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of a job. you have to see the people, they were devastated. what the hell good does that do? they will make air-conditioners and so many of them in the united states. we lose real estate taxes. carriers going to be competing with companies that we have here in america. there are too many of those copies left. they got to south korea. set?re my television they're all made over there. i am president,
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and i know it's not very presidential. they say and egotistical. i and egotistical. the big thing is you got a go out and vote on tuesday folks. [applause] you've got to vote. or the movement and's. ends. cameras would just focus once on that area. we have 4000 people standing. they won't let the men. i would let the men. in.
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it be a fire hazard when they're standing outside? my best friends have become fire marshals. we need the help of the fire marshals. let the people come in. problemhell can have a with her outside? let them in. [applause] i don't get it. we need common sense in the world. we send away thousands of people. i hate to do it.
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it is not very presidential. for these other guys heard about it? they don't care and they are taking care of by a lobbyist. i have turned down so much money. my whole life is about money accumulation. have a friend from las vegas. very rich guy. he wants to give me $10 million. other guys wanted to be $20
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million. give me $20 million. i keep saying no. i don't want it. i've never done that before. i don't even know if people appreciated. it. have a man who's a member of lago club.tto cl every poll shows the donald trump has by far the most loyal people. i could do anything they'll still love me. can do anything i'm still do love you to believe me. very rich guy.
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in the credit card business. i'd like to give you as much money as you'd want to the campaign. at 5% these guys said he's reached his cap. this more on karl rove, he is a total morons. you are never to win another presidential election. him i say turne off the set. he still think romney won the election. i go to 12% then i went to 20%. .very time
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no reuters has me at 44% nationally. that is with five people in the race. i'll take 44 all day long with five people. they say they're going to gang up on donald trump. he's unbeatable one-on-one. you have to gang up. these two morons. she then shaking hands. you see them shaking hands. every poll showed i won that debate.
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they are high-fiving. we just want to make our country so great. we want security and good health care. we want to strengthen our second amendment. they want to decimate our second amendment. we want to have a good life. have a great job. the viciousness and the stupidity and the craziness. i had just won nevada. i want by so much. we won south carolina big. that was supposed to be ted cruz's stronghold. i love evangelicals. they are so good.
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they want competent people. dead of listening to these boring do-nothing people. jerry falwell junior has endorsed me. pearlan sarah palin has been great. liberty university so great. the universe is incredible. donald trump reminds me of my father. which was a great complement .
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my father had to make a decision between jimmy carter who knew whobible and ronald reagan wasn't quite as good terms of the bible. when hea lot of heat went in endorsed ronald reagan. and ronald reagan turned out to be a great president. i think it's a great story. gerry followed junior has been amazing. he has been on the phones. jerry falwell junior has had a great impact on the campaign. we are to change things around. we're going to turn trade.
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i will call carrier. we have the greatest business minds in the world that we don't use them. we have political hacks negotiating these deals. these trade deals of the biggest deals in the world. i know them all. badow the good ones, the ones, the overrated ones, the ones you never heard of. i have others endorsing me all the time. i am becoming mainstream. all these people are endorsing. me. when i get jeff sessions, that means a lot to me. that means a lot. he's never done before.
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i would say to carrier, i will say, listen, here is the story. i hope you enjoy your plant. i love the fact that you are going to put a lot of mexicans to work. i think it's a wonderful thing, but you know, you hurt a lot of people in the united states. it's costing us a lot of money. i know you are going to sell those air-conditioners and united states. here is the deal. you are going to make air-conditioners in mexico. sell anme you air-conditioner in the united states, you are going to pay a 35% tax. by the way, i hate to tell you this, i would say the exact same
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thing to forward, and i would say the exact same thing to nabisco and every company that wants to leave our country. again, folks, i am a free trader. we can't have it. we are losing our country. caterpillar, take a look. come out soon. japan cuts there currency. they devalue their currency. china is the all-time great chessmaster with what to do to currency. what they do to us -- by the way, the trade deal, transpacific partnership, a horrible deal for our country, and one of the things i love is that jeff sessions is opposed to it. this is a horrible deal for our country. this is more jobs lost, more money lost. i hope they don't approve it. i don't know if they are going
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to. it's another disaster. it's another iran deal. every single deal we do is bad. we are going to change it so every single deal is phenomenal for us. we are going to bring back jobs. here is the story. you are going to pay a 35% tax. i hope you enjoy your stay. i hope you enjoy your building in mexico. i hope it works out well. i will be called by special interests, and i will be called by the lawyers and lobbyists and all of these bloodsuckers that get the lightweight senator i have on my right and the lying -- her i have on my left is a liar, too. he might be a bigger liar. will get these people, and they will say to me the following -- they won't do anything. these are not stupid people. what they are going to say is, that's right, but by the time they start thinking about it,
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they will be contacted by their lobbyists. you have lobbyists that go to certain people. "i will take care of rubio." "i have ted cruz." these guys have such power over our senate. make these bad deals. a lot of times, you think we are making bad deals. a lot of times, you think the people who are running it are so stupid. they do it because they get paid a fortune in campaign contributions, and probably other things we don't know about, ok? probably other things. i don't want to be accusing anybody of that, of course, but they probably get things you don't want to know about. i would like to know about it. i will tell them, no, you are going to pay 35%. i don't want their money. they haven't given me anything. i will say, no, you have to go.
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within 24 hours, i will get a call from either one of their representatives or the head guy, and he will say, mr. president, we have decided to stay in the united's going to happen. just tell you something. that is not 80% sure or 90%. that is 100%. we are talking about 100%. it's not like, maybe we can get lucky. we can make such incredible deals. we protect the world. we spend more money on military than many countries put together. we spend more than any country has ever spent times 10. one of the reasons is, we are protecting everybody else. it's not for us. we protect germany. we protect japan. attacked,, if we get they don't have to do anything. they can say, that's exciting to watch. attacked, we have to
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protect them and end up in world war iii. japan, we protect japan. we protect south korea. i have buildings in south korea. i like south korea, but we don't have the money to do it anymore. what is that? uh-oh. it's isis. get them down. i would shoot that guy down so fast your head would spin. what do you think general macarthur would do? what you think general george patton would do with isis? how long do you think isis would have been around with general george patton who was a rough, tough guy. his people loved him. they would do anything for him, and they would die for him. today, we have generals who go on television and say, isis is very tough. believe me. we have the right people. we have the right minds.
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-- by the way, it is seriously depleted. general odierno when he left, he goes on television -- people shouldn't do this -- he says, the military is the most depleted of any time he has seen or heard of. that might be from the beginning. butstly, he's a good man, he shouldn't say that. why should we tell the enemy that? we are going to build it up. i'm going to build it up fast. it's the cheapest thing we can do. nobody is going to mess with us. i don't want to use it. it's the cheapest thing we can do. going to buy and we are going to get all of these countries that are making a is making south korea a fortune. germany is making a fortune. japan with the cars, millions of cars, we send them practically nothing. these deals are no good. they are going to come up and
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pay for protection. we will have a better relationship with them than we do now. we don't have a good relationship now. china is building a military fortress in the south china sea. they did not go through the environmental impact process. do we agree? i don't think they are worried about the snails and the fish. they built. they say, on tuesday morning, we want to build, and they start two hours later. for us, it would take 45 years of environmental impact studies. this country. obama, he's always talking about "the carbon footprint." he talks about "the carbon footprint," and then he takes air force one, an old 747 with engines that are spewing, and he flies to hawaii and plays golf. this guy plays more golf and the people on the pga tour, i'm telling you. more.
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we are going to get our jobs back, folks. we are going to take care of our military. we are going to do such an incredible job. we are going to take care of our vets. our vets are treated so badly. the illegal immigrants, in many cases, are treated better than our veterans and we get more than our veterans and we will not let that happen anymore. we are not letting it happen. we are going to make unbelievable trade deals. we're going to become a rich nation again. a woman came up to me recently and mr. trump, i do not like one thing you say. i love you as president, but don't say we are going to become a rich nation again. it doesn't sound good. i said, it sounds great. we cannot become great if we are losing $500 million a year to china and hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars to every
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other country. we do not make a good deals anymore. here is the deal, do not send money. i do not want any money, i don't need any money. i want you on tuesday, this is our movement, happy birthday. it is his birthday. i love you people. i love you people. man, is that a lot of people. i love you people. [applause] don't kid yourself, listen to this. everybody thinks that you have the best location. they do, because tomorrow
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morning they are going to become famous, and they can only see the back of your head. they are all going to become famous. here is the story, no money. on tuesday you have to get out and vote. we have to win a great we have to win big. how good is that alabama football team? [applause] i love champions. i love champions. i do not know your coach, but i tell you what, maybe he is endorsing somebody else, he has a great job he has done here. i love the team. they are so professional. you have to get out and we have to vote on tuesday everybody, if you vote, we will win sunday. we are leading in every single site, we are all mostly in texas. i have a feeling we're going to
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win texas also. we want to keep this movement. one of the big writers said in the history of politics, in the history of all six of the united states, and i don't even understand it, they singer has never been anything like this that has ever happened. they have never seen anything like it. it is so amazing. they call it a phenomenon. you are a phenomenon. we are all a phenomenon you are a phenomenon. here is the story. one of them said to me congratulations, it has never been done before. it has never been done before. what you have done with the crowds, the enthusiasm from your change politics. i have spent less money on some of -- that some of these guys.
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wouldn't it be nice if our country could do that? wouldn't it be great? we will do that. in education from it is so important because it is about the american dream. the american dream is dead, which it is. the american dream is dead. we're going to make it anger and better and stronger than ever before. but, to be someone who gets a piece of the american dream, education is so important. your kids, do something you like, listen to your paradigm of education is so important. we are first in money spent, but we are last in education and we spend more money than pupil -- by pupil then number two menu would not believe it. and yet we are last.
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you have sweden. you have norway. you have denmark. you have china, and we are number 30. you have on that list that you never even heard of. and we are number 30. we spend the most and we are the worst. we're going to change it around. that goes with purchasing, we're going to start competitive bidding in the drug industry. we do not competitively bid. we are losing billions and billions of dollars. we did not been properly in the military. how often do you read where they are getting a plain that they do not want? because the country is more political muscle in the company that makes the claim that everybody wants. cheaper, faster, better credit i see it all the time. it is terrible.
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those days are over. here's what i want. we are going to go on tuesday, first of all -- i love you people. i love you people. thank you. on tuesday coming to go out. he will vote and we ideally, we want to have a resounding victory. especially, i respect this place so much for it i've so many friends from this area. it is an amazing area, it is an amazing state. diverse, incredible people. you have to go out, you devote, we have to win. i promise you this, you're going to remember this gorgeous, universal evening. this is dutiful, isn't it?
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-- beautiful, isn't it? a little windy. it is a little bit windy, why should my hair blowing all over the ice? here is the story. we're going to start winning again. we are going to win at train. we are going to win in the military, they are going to knock the hell out of isis. we are going to win with health care. we're going to win with education. we will get rid of common core. we are going to win at the borders. we are going to win and we're going to keep winning. and we are going to make america great again, greater than ever before. greater than ever before. i love you all. tuesday go out and vote. i love you all. thank you. thank you. thank you. thank you.
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>> our road to the white house coverage continues tomorrow starting with senator marco rubio speaking to supporters in atlanta. later in the day, senator ted cruz holds a rally in san antonio with texas governor greg abbott and former governor rick perry. ont is live at 3:00 eastern c-span three. donald trump campaigns in atlanta. the event it's underway at 6:00 p.m. eastern. live coverage is on c-span3. >> it's a whole different campaign now. we have 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
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defining impact on who the democrats and republicans nominate. it's a very different phase. we have moved from retail campaigning, the one-on-one we saw in new hampshire and south carolina, and now we are campaigning in 12 states where candidates are going from airport to airport, trying to appeal to as many voters as possible. advertising is key. organization is key, but it has moved to a different level of the campaign were candidates hope that voters know who they are. what the candidates have to do is convince those voters, including those undecided, that they are who they should vote for. since this network began, one of the hallmarks has been the ability for people to call in, ask questions, provide opinions. there are a lot of polls, but there is nothing better than talking to voters, especially if you talk to voters in states where primaries or caucuses held
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on a particular day. how long were the lines? of get a sense of the pulse a america, which you don't get anywhere else. other networks have their , butts and analysts really, the best pundits are the viewers, the listeners tuning in on c-span radio or watching on c-span television. ♪ at aarp is tore identify with the candidates are saying about social security and how they are planning on saving it. what are they going to do to save it? >> i am participating in this election because i feel like it is important to get out and vote . it's the only way besides local elections we can voice our opinions. tonight on c-span, "q&a" with citizens against government
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waste tell -- president thomas scatz. britishfollowed by prime minister david cameron taking questions. later, republican presidential candidate donald trump campaigns in alabama ahead of the states primary tuesday. ♪ >> this week on "q&a", thomas schatz, president of citizens against government waste. he talks about his organization's efforts to bring attention to government waste over the years. brian: thomas schatz citizens against government waste. you are president of it and you have been around the organization for 30 years. what does it do? thomas: it was created following the release of the grace commission report. peter grace and jack anderson, syndicated columnist, took president reagan's advice which was to not let the r