. >> in the state of washington. >> seth: i follow. >> okay. [ light laughter ] so i already spent a night in jail and it wasn't an experience i wanted to repeat. and one of the strategies they used at the protest was clog the jails. and i thought, i don't really want to be a clogger. >> seth: right, yeah. that's nice, so you basically said best of luck to you guys, take down capitalism, i'm sitting this one out. >> total coward, total coward. it helped in the book to be
and his new hotel in washington. >> "the washington post" interviewed about 15 laborers at the d.c. hotel site reporting that many revealed they had entered the u.s. illegally. >> basically the charge is this, mr. trump, you don't practice what you preach on i iigration. >> yeah. well, it's wrong. first of all, the one charge is from 35 years ago. i think that's a pretty good record when people have to go 35 years back to find out about workers. now, as i remember it, those workers were hired by another company. i just hired a company and they had some workers that were perhaps from poland or some place. and this was the demolition of a building that made way for trump tower. so the workers, chuck, this is 35 years ago you're talking about. by the way the laws were totally different. the laws were not what they are now and totally different. as far as one of the great currently being built on pennsylvania avenue between the
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republican nominee and the next will not be chosen by the media. [ applause ] will not be chosen by the washington establishment. [ applause ] will not be chosen by the lobbyists. [ applause ] but will be chosen by the most incredible, powerful force, where all sovereignty resides in our nation, by we the people. the american people. [ applause ] >> wow. there you go. a lot of the question was, how does donald trump take a punch? he's been in first place for six months. >> right. >> how does he face a setback? some people were gleefully
i went to washington to fix a problem. immigration is a serious problem. it impacts my state and the state that i live in. we are impacted by illegal immigration in a dramatic way. this issue has to be dealt with. each year it gets harder to solve, more difficult to solve, but it is now clear more than ever before that you are not going to be able to do anything on immigration until you first bring illegal immigration under control and prove it to people. not just pass a law that says it and that's how we're going to do it when i'm president. >> you have eluded to the fact that majority is not yet sort of where you might be on what to do for instance with the undocumented. do you think this is what's holding your campaign back? that the difference between third and second or third and first for you is your immigration position?
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