let me thank anthony and leslie kale for singing the national anthem. let me thank the sean michael darken bands. let me thank james alexander for his remarks and let me thank sarah trombone for introducing me. most of all, thank you all very much for being out this afternoon to complete the political revolution and transform this country. and i want to emphasize that what this campaign is about is not just winning the democratic nomination. it is not just defeating donald trump, the most dangerous president in modern american history, but it is about all of us, not me -- us -- transforming this country. that is what this is about. this weekend, i will be not only here in wisconsin, but in indiana, ohio, michigan, and pennsylvania. four years ago, despite losing the popular vote by 3 million votes, donald trump carried all of those states and won enough electoral votes to be elected president. together, we are going to make sure that that does not happen again. we are going win here in wisconsin. we are going to win in indiana. we are going win in ohio.
leslie is nancy during shade at it clear to green deal, no knows what it is that they are for it. >> carbon emissions, no use of fossil fuels in 12 years. >> that is the goal. >> that would mean no cars and airports -- airplanes, and shutting down the energy sector, putting 6 million -- people out of work immediately. then 2017, the u.s. led world in reducing carbon emissions. why do you need to government to interfere when you see natural gas getting it done? host: janet redman of greenpeace. it is all about climate denial in my opinion. thing wehe important have to remember is climate change is real and here and need to address it in real-time. while the green new deal proposal is a dream and aspirational and that is what is exciting about it. let me give you a chance to talk about solutions. she remembers what 2010 whenn 2009 and the democrats controlled the presidency in both chambers of congress and they decided to pass the trade bill. at the beginning of that, most americans thought it sounded good. ite they understood that raised the energy crisis, it became very unpopular and
bowman it is okay to mention alexander hamilton in charlottesville. in a year in which one of the founders of our country has entered into the popular consciousness and the popular conversation, i think it is fantastic that so many young people, people from across the country, from around the world are interested in the first secretary of the treasury. i was talking to a group of young college students, women from other countries who were living in new york for a year, and they said, we want to go to a broadway show and what should we see? i said, maybe you would want to see the show hamilton. what is it about? i said, the first treasurer of the united states. they looked at me and thought, why would we want to see a show about a bureaucrat. no, it is a great show, has hip hop, lyrics. whether they went or not i don't know. i was motivated when i was working as director of the national museum of american history, i met so many people from around the world who came to discover american history at the smithsonian. after we reopened the museum after a tw
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