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05/26/2016

Petroleum Conference

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Donald Trump pitch his vision for an American future - one in which Americans "share the riches." The end result: lower taxes, and a rush of new funding for infrastructure and entitlement programs. "America first" an agenda that would rely heavily on expanded oil and gas production in the United States along with a renewed focus on coal mining. Trump added: "Our total untapped oil and gas reserves on federal lands equal an estimated $50 trillion. ... We have no idea how rich we are."

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Published on May 26, 2016
Full Speech: Donald Trump Press Conference & Speech in Bismarck, ND


DONALD J. TRUMP FORMAL POLICY ADDRESS ON ENERGY

BY Donald J. Trump

Today Donald J. Trump spoke to thousands at the Williston Basin Petroleum Conference in Bismarck, North Dakota after clinching the GOP nomination for President of the United States. During his speech, for which he received many standing ovations, Mr. Trump took strong positions to reduce and eliminate all barriers to responsible energy production in order to create millions of new good-paying jobs, use energy production to rebuild our infrastructure and our inner cities and to reduce our debt. Mr. Trump outlined an "America First" agenda offering a significant contrast to Hillary Clinton's "Donor First" agenda that will make the special interests rich and continue to decimate the lower and middle classes. The transcript of the remarks can be viewed via the link below.


Donald J. Trump Formal Policy Address on Energy:https://www.donaldjtrump.com/press-releases/an-america-first-energy-plan

BY Donald J. Trump


Trump preaches energy wealth to the industry choir

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BISMARCK, N.D. -- Donald Trump stopped in this hardscrabble Midwestern town yesterday to pitch his vision for an American future -- one in which fossil fuel production explodes across public lands and Americans "share the riches." The end result: lower taxes, and a rush of new funding for infrastructure and entitlement programs.

In a nearly hourlong speech marking the first major energy policy address of his campaign, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee endorsed an "America first" agenda that would rely heavily on expanded oil and gas production in the United States along with a renewed focus on coal mining.

"American energy dominance will be declared a strategic economic and foreign policy goal of the United States. It's about time," Trump told a crowd at the final event of the Williston Basin Petroleum Conference here.

Citing statistics on American oil, natural gas and coal reserves, Trump added: "Our total untapped oil and gas reserves on federal lands equal an estimated $50 trillion. ... We have no idea how rich we are."

Trump framed his vision -- including a "100-day action plan" that would roll back environmental regulations implemented by the Obama administration targeting carbon emissions and clean water -- not only in terms of job creation but as an economic stimulus plan that would create new funds for roads and bridges, as well as schools and even Social Security (see related story).

The businessman and former reality TV star asserted that executive action limiting new coal leases on federal land or regulations on hydraulic fracturing on public and tribal lands have curtailed potential benefits to average citizens.

"These actions have denied millions of Americans access to the energy wealth sitting right under our feet. ... This is your treasure, and you, the American people, are entitled to share in the riches," Trump said.

He also reiterated his desire to see the Keystone XL pipeline -- a 1,700-mile project that would stretch from Canada to the Gulf Coast that the Obama administration rejected last year -- constructed, so long as the United States receives a portion of the profits in exchange for utilizing eminent domain to ensure the pipeline's completion.

"That's how we're going to make our country rich again -- just one way out of thousands -- but that's how we're going to make America rich again, and it's how we're going to make America great again," Trump said at a news conference, where he was flanked by Rep. Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.) and Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm, who have advised the likely Republican nominee on his energy platform.

"Let's take a piece of the action for you folks -- lower your taxes a little bit more," Trump later added in his speech.

Trump also asserted that his proposals would create domestic energy independence -- long the goal of presidential contenders from both parties -- pointing to the issue as a matter of national security (Greenwire, Aug. 30, 2012).

"Under my presidency, we'll accomplish a complete American energy independence," Trump said, prompting a loud cheer from the largely friendly audience. "Imagine a world in which our foes in the oil cartels can no longer use energy as a weapon. ... We're going to win. We're going to win. "

'We'll get bureaucracy out of the way'

But while Trump called for a focus on "all forms of energy," he emphasized that the government should "not pick winners and losers," a popular refrain from Republicans who oppose tax benefits for renewable energy but support tax laws that benefit the oil and gas industry.

"We'll get the bureaucracy out of the way ... so that we can pursue all forms of energy. This includes renewable energies and the technologies of the future. It does include nuclear and wind and solar, but not to the exclusion of other forms of energy, and other forms of energy that right now are working much better," Trump said.

During the news conference, Trump also criticized solar and wind energy production for being "very, very expensive" and made remarks in both appearances criticizing the industry for killing birds.

"If you go to various places in California, which is killing all of the eagles. ... The windmills are killing hundreds and hundreds of eagles. One of the most beautiful, one of the most treasured birds. ... So wind is a problem," Trump said. "Despite that, I am into all types of energy."

Trump also briefly addressed the renewable fuel standard, which he pledged support for ahead of the Republican caucuses in Iowa earlier this year, and said yesterday that he plans to meet with Hawkeye State Gov. Terry Branstad (R) -- a vocal cheerleader for ethanol production -- in the near future.

"We're going to look at that," Trump said. "We will be making a decision fairly soon."

No input from 'political activists'

While Trump pledged to dismantle the Obama administration's efforts to address climate change -- he has previously dismissed climate science as a "hoax" and global warming as "bullshit" -- he did not directly address the issue in his speech.

"A Trump administration will focus on real environmental challenges -- not the phony ones that we've been looking at," said Trump, who did not employ the phrase "climate change."

Trump later added that his "rational environmental concerns" will be clean air and clean water, although he did not specify how he plans to preserve them. He did pledge that "political activists" will not be involved in writing his administration's environmental policies.

"We'll solve real environmental problems in our communities, like the need for clean and safe drinking water," Trump said.

League of Conservation Voters Senior Vice President for Communications David Willett yesterday acknowledged he was surprised by Trump's inclusion of clean air and water as priorities -- particularly given his past vow to dismantle U.S. EPA if elected -- but suggested that the likely nominee was merely pandering to moderate voters.

"His energy policy is the quintessential pro-energy fossil fuel industry energy plan," Willett said. "It was mostly telling the industry crowd exactly what they wanted to hear."

Willett added that Trump's use of "energy" in his speech often appeared to be a synonym for oil and gas.

"He just plays to the room, whatever the room is," he said. "He was doing his best to sound as pro-oil as possible."

Willett also criticized Trump for failing to note that the cost for solar and wind has actually dropped in the previous decade, while also suggesting that the Republicans' energy plan -- using oil exports to pay for new infrastructure -- would place the United States into a perpetual need to sell more fossil fuels.

"His plan would lock in oil in particular and gas to some extent as what we were dependent on not only for energy but also for other programs he wants to fund," Willett said.

Former Obama administration energy aide Heather Zichal likewise railed at Trump for following "Big Oil's script" and accused him of placing profit over public health protections.

"What we need are serious and thoughtful policies. Not empty screeds about regulation to pander to deep-pocketed GOP contributors from the oil patch," Zichal said in a statement.

'A very good opening statement'

Trump's energy policy rollout largely garnered praise from conservatives, including North Dakota state Sen. Tom Campbell (R), whose district is located near Grand Forks.

"I can't think of anything he said that I didn't like" on energy policy, Campbell said. "God blessed us with these resources. ... We can't be dependent on another country for oil."

Similarly, American Energy Alliance President Thomas Pyle said his organization is "definitely pleased with the basic outlines of his approach to these issues."

"This was a very good opening statement for Donald Trump as to how he would direct his administration both on the regulatory side and on the energy side," Pyle said.

That's in part because Trump cited a report published by the Institute for Energy Research -- the AEA serves as the institute's advocacy arm -- that found unfettered access to federal lands for oil and gas production could pump billions of dollars into the national economy (Greenwire, Dec. 8, 2015).

"It's good that that information gets out there," said Pyle, who added that he had not spoken with Trump about using the report in his speech.

He also praised Trump's proposal to roll back federal regulations.

"Bring it on," Pyle said. "It's a welcome development, and we have been very vocal in saying that the next administration should definitely take a swipe at these regulations and end once and for all the Obama climate agenda. It's obviously not good for the country."

Pyle also dismissed suggestions that Trump cannot pursue clean air or clean water efforts even as he opposes the Obama administration's signature programs.

"You can be for environmental protection just because you're not for the Clean Power Plan, just because you're not for the manner in which this administration has treated these issues," Pyle said.

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welcome to the best black Events Center please welcome to the stage a great
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friend of North Dakota the president and CEO of Continental Resources Minister
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Harold hands
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this great me a North Dakota man here rhonda job this together
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juran institute also wow that's amazing so it's a great occasion who would have
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thought that we could have done something like down traffic come to this
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event today and talked and put him over there at 12:30 a live here in North
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County yeah we're always a great things happen two days it's amazing I wish we
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could report little better than $50 all the $50 all not bad you know when it was
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going down to fifty discount back is going back to when I said to be sick
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today in the year but you know I think I was little Parker of them that light
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weight on it so we're gonna be a little more than that I talk about my
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experiences bravely about Donald Trump I met along time ago had been friends of
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mine but the first thing he wanted to know he sent me down and say they're all
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I want to know about the energy Renaissance I want to know what's going
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on North Kyoto now may have heard laundry so I took about 30 minutes 30
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minutes and I explained what we're doing how it can produce rock never would have
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produced any other way except with horizontal drilling and what we're doing
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up here in North County and he had told him about the giant feel that way
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had to do that and what it could do to power America back to greatness a road
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to head down and that's what we know we've got the man today they can power
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it back to greatness as well and let me tell you ladies and gentlemen were able
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to share after all
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at all points around the world today and what started out in January is a trickle
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has become a plug works in an all-day everywhere I just came back from South
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Korea trying to arrange a deal that we can deliver all from the Bakken to South
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Korea if it matters what had happened with a little bit of vision and today
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we've got a guy got a tremendous amount of vision somebody that helped us along
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the way though is one of her favorite sons Kevin Cramer we're going to have to
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talk to kevin was there every step of the way trying to lift the ban has your
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entire delegation laws but Kevin we were lied on him tremendously and he gave us
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a lot of feedback and let us know what people think of their own daily basis
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did a great job and he's doing a great job and watch and they say it is
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tremendous person so without further ado I want an early as having grammar
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centers and in town
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Israel in Bismarck and what do you know what you know we need is contagious
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donald Trump comes to Bismarck oil goes over $50 a barrel the same day I some
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very interesting story this morning it's quoted are President Barack Obama who
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said that the trip candidacy has rattled world leaders about once they suck down
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their fiddle after this next election they should be a little bit rattled well
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I could go on with a long speech about all the things that need to be done to
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help america become energy secure
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to grow our economy create jobs rolling back all of the regulations but I'm more
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interested in bringing the man up here who's gonna do exactly that
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please give a North Dakota welcome to the next president of the United States
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mr. gonna drop
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thank you very much thank you very much so you know this is really going to be
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his speech on energy but I have to start off because we love our farmers and we
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love right to 11 farmers and we love agriculture so for the farmers out here
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you do an awfully good job and I've heard that for many years in North
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Dakota so how loud now you can fall asleep talk about energy ok you know the
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farmers are great the miners in great the miners have been so badly treated
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and we're gonna treat them really well you're gonna say so before we start I i
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really wanna thank him he's been a friend of mine for a long time he's an
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amazing man in the world of business yes it then he's been an amazing success
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story an amazing guy and I've learned a lot about energy from Harold so Harold
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and I've never seen you so happy when he got up here he became like I'm glad I
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didn't have to run against you harold's and the congressman right from the
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beginning he was with us one of the few he was with us and the governor is in
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the audience whereas the governor governor thank you very much and your
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lovely wife thank you governor
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thank you very much and your tires I appreciate you being here I also want to
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thank the delegates because I was coming out of my building this morning and it
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was a big news / that donald Trump had won the nomination and and I said what
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happened to wait a couple more weeks and they said no the delegates from you stay
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right here in north dakota where are you where are you where might I guess that
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it stand up please so I guess you would call them unbound but now they have
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found
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North Dakota brought you brought us over the line folks and I will always
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remember that I will always remember that and unbound you an outbound I think
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if you promise you bad everybody so thank you very much is a great honor and
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this was a little bit sooner we was supposed to be watching hillary clinton
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and guess what we're watching hillary clinton that's the way it works
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cricket hillary but
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and at report yesterday that was a report
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let's talk about energy ok I'm delighted to be a North Dakota State we're really
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are at the forefront of a new energy revolution oil and natural gas
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production is up significantly in the last decade our oil imports have
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literally frankly been cut in half
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that's something that nobody thought was going to be happening really for a very
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very long time but all of this occurred in spite of a massive new bureaucratic
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and political barriers president Obama has done everything he can to get in the
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way of American energy for whatever reason he's made life much more
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difficult for North Dakota as costly regulation and I mean serious regulation
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makes it harder and harder to turn a profit if cricket Hillary Clinton is in
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charge
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things will get much worse believe me you've seen it all you have to do is
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follow her career she shut down energy production across this country and by
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the way she'll also unrelated abolish the Second Amendment and we're not going
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to let that happen that I can tell you that I can
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last week I got the endorsement these are great people and I appreciate that
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endorsement for millions of jobs and trillions of dollars of wealth will be
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destroyed as a result that's why this choice and this is a very important
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choice November going to be so so crucial and here's what it comes down
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too well serious well for people for workers for everybody
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vs poverty North Dakota shows how energy exploration create shared prosperity
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better schools more funding for infrastructure which we really need
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throughout our country higher wages lower unemployment things we've been
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missing for a long time it's a choice between sharing in this great energy
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well or sharing in the poverty promised by Hillary Clinton
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you don't have to take my word for it just listen to hillary in her own words
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she's declared war on the american worker here's what hillary Clinton said
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earlier this year we are going to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies
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out of work
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by the way your timing wasn't so good the following week she went to West
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Virginia she didn't do too well but I love the people of West Virginia we did
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and I love the people of Pennsylvania they don't like her too much I can tell
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you and if hillary can shut down the minds she can really shut down our whole
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country and your business will be permanently in many cases permanently
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ruined so let me tell you how President Obama undermined our crisis and our
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middle class the president stated that it was his intent to eliminate oil and
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natural gas production in america if you can believe this his policy is death by
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a thousand cuts through an onslaught of regulations for instance the
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Environmental Protection Agency's use of totalitarian taxes forces energy
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operators in North Dakota into paying on pred to unprecedented multi-billion
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dollar fines before a penalty is even can't rammed which is actually rather
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hard to believe government misconduct goes on and on the Department of Justice
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filed a lawsuit against seven North Dakota oil companies for the death of 28
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burns while the administration fast-tracked wind projects that kill
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more than a million birds a year
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far more than a million words I have to tell you are more
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the USS vision Wildlife Service abuses endangered species act to restrict oil
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and gas exploration adding to the pain President Obama now proposes a $10 per
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barrel tax on american produced oil in the middle of a downturn and you've had
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a downturn but we did hit $50 today I will take credit for that
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Herald I want ten percent 10% down at the same time I love you too thank you
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at the same time President Obama lives economic sanctions on Iran he imposes
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economic sanctions on america he's allowed this country to hit the lowest
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oil rig count since 1999 producing thousands of layoffs thousands America's
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incredible energy potential remains untapped it's totally self inflicted
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it's a wound and it's a woman that we have to heal under my presidency will
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accomplish a complete American energy independence complete come play
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jobs lots of jobs imagine a world in which our phones and the oil cartel's
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can no longer use energy as a weapon when that be nice very nice that happen
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if we weren't gonna win we're gonna win but president Obama has done everything
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he can to keep us dependent and this is so important on others he wants us to be
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dependent on others it's different thinking it's from a whole different
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school let me list some of the good energy projects and he's killed he
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rejected the Keystone XLPE
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line despite the fact that would have created 42,000 jobs his own state
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department concluded that it would be the safest pipeline ever built in the
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United States and it would have no significant impact on the environment
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yet even as he rejected this and this is really something because we have that
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great relationship with canada so he rejected the America Canada pipeline he
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made a deal that allows a ran why does he make bad deals with Iran to transport
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more oil through a pipeline that would have ever flowed through Keystone with
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no environmental review whatsoever what are we doing president Obama has done
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everything he can to kill the coal industry that we all know you just ask
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the people of Pennsylvania as the people of West Virginia look at what's happened
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there it's horrible here are a few of President Obama's decrees regulations
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that shut down hundreds of coal-fired power plants and blocked the
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construction of new ones how stupid
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is that
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prohibition against call production on federal and draconian climate rules that
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unless they would effectively bypass Congress to oppose job-killing
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cap-and-trade a disaster
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president Obama has aggressively blocked oil production of oil and natural and
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you are you just take a look every single movies make is to block the
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production of oil and natural gas
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he's taken huge percentages of the Alaska petroleum and you take the
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reserve he's taken it off the table he's taken it completely off the table
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oil and natural gas production on federal lands is down 10% which is
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pretty hard to believe
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eighty-seven percent of available and in the Outer Continental Shelf has been put
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off limits
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totally Atlantic lease sales were closed down to despite the fact that they would
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create listen to this
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280,000 jobs and 23.5 billion dollars in economic activity President Obama and
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the United States into the Paris climatic awards unilaterally and without
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the permission of congress this agreement gives foreign bureaucrats
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control over how much our energy and how much we use right here in America so far
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in bureaucrats are gonna be controlling what we're using and what we're doing on
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our land in our country
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no way
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no way
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these actions have denied millions of Americans access to the energy well
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sitting right under our feet wealth we didn't even know we had five years ago
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in 10 years ago this is your treasure and you the american people are entitled
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to share in the riches President Obama's and GE Energy and this is really anti
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energy orders have also weakened our security by keeping us reliance on
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foreign sources of energy
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not gonna be a long folks not gonna be for long if I get it
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every dollar of energy we don't explore here is a dollar of energy that makes
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someone else rich and really rich in some cases I wonder if their campaign
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contributors what do you think you think they probably gave to the Clinton
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Foundation I guess just seemed just seems like that's what happened if
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president thank you darling I love you too
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President Obama wanted to weaken America he couldn't have done a better job as
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bad as president Obama is hillary clinton will be worse she will escalate
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the war against the american worker like never before and against American energy
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and she'll unleash the EPA to control every aspect of our lives and every
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aspect of energy they'll make it impossible for the worker for the owners
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they'll make it impossible for everyone she declared that we've gotta move away
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from call and all of the other fossil fuel that's a quote we've gotta move
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away from coal quote and all of the other fossil fuels locked in a way
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trillions in american well in March Hillary Clinton said by the time we get
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through all of my conditions I guarantee I do not think there will be many places
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in America where fracking will continue to take place what are we doing why are
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we even thinking what are we doing let's just voter at
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she's gonna get to run anyway what I'm saying you know like to run against
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imagine that she wants to close down a primary servers keep in mind shell
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energy production could add two million jobs in seven years yet well hillary
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clinton doesn't want american energy she is strongly in favor of foreign energy
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here is what she told China as Secretary of State american exports and Chinese
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experts will work to develop China's natural gas resources in with China what
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about working with us
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everyone's Michael China they don't work with us we're going to work with us and
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we'll worry about china later folks ok
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China China on leach its own natural gas resources so you're not dependent on
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foreign oil
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hillary Clinton has your priorities totally wrong but we are going to change
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everything around we are going to make it right
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believe me we're going to make it right
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very quickly at Rupp administration will develop an American first energy plan
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america-first folks america-first make America great again and again
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first and I tell you here is how we're going to do it and here is out this plan
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will make america wealthy again
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American energy dominance will be declared a strategic economic and
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foreign policy goal of the united states it's about america as 1.5 times as much
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oil as the combined proven resources as the combined proven resources of all
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OPEC countries we have more natural gas than Russia Iran Qatar Saudi Arabia come
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by we have three times more calls than Russia are totally untapped oil and gas
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reserves on federal lands equal an estimated 50 trillion dollars were
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loaded we didn't even know it well we had no idea how rich
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richer than all of them we're richer than all of them and we want to cherish
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that well by the way and preserve that wealth and take care of that wealth we
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won't be comments a totally independent of any need to import energy from the
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OPEC cartel or any nations hostile to our interest anybody hostile to our
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interest believe me we don't deal with them will handle and just fine just by
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the way there are plenty of them out there that are hostile to our interests
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at the same time will work with our Gulf allies to develop a positive energy
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relationship as part of our anti-terrorism strategy will work with
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him because we have to knock out terrorism and by the way we have to
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knock the hell out of Isis we're gonna knock the hell out of ice
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does that people feel so strongly about that when you see what's happening to
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our country when you have general patton and general all of our great generals
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and they're just right now spinning because they can't believe what's going
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on they can't believe that's going to turn around so fast folks your heads
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will spin
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we will use the revenues from energy production to rebuild our roads about
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time our schools bridges and public infrastructure our infrastructure is
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crumbling our infrastructure is a disaster we have to rebuild our country
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we have to rebuild our country and we have to rebuild it properly and fast
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we've spent almost five trillion dollars in the Middle East and we've got nothing
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for it we're in worse shape than we were fifteen years ago we've got a rebuild
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our country cheaper energy will also boost American agriculture will get the
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bureaucracy out of the way of innovation so that we can pursue all forms of
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energy this includes renewable energies and the technologies of the future it
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does include nuclear and wind and solar but not to the exclusion of other forms
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of energy and other forms of energy that right now are working much better
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the government should not pick winners and losers instead instead it should
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remove obstacles to exploration and the market has its ups and downs but lifting
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these draconian barons will ensure that we are no longer at the mercy of global
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markets we never wanna be there again at Rupp administration will focus on real
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environmental challenges not the phony ones that we've been looking will reject
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clinton's poverty expansion agenda that enriches our friends i mean totally in
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riches are friends just take a look at her friends and makes everyone else very
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very poor will solve real environmental problems in our communities like the
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need for clean and safe drinking water and you look at some of our communities
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and they don't have clean and safe drinking water at all
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President Obama actually tried to cut the funding for our drinking water
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infrastructure even as he pushed to increase funding for his EPA bureaucrats
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American work will be the ones building this do infrastructure not people from
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other countries they're not gonna be building our infrastructure not even a
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little bit
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here is my 100th day action we're going to rescind all the job-destroying Obama
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executive actions
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including the plan and the waters of the United States rule ok remember that
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we're going to save that coal industry believe me we're going to say I love
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those people these are great people and they love that they love their jobs in
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West Virginia have to see I said to some of the miners because they voted so
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overwhelmingly endorse me by so much I said would you ever think of leaving and
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going someplace else and doing something else they said mr. Trump we love call
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this is what we do this is what we want to do they love it and we're going to
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bring it back and we're going to help those people cuz that's what they want
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to do and it's unfair what's happened to him remember that very unfair so we're
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gonna save the colon and other it does he's threatened by clinton's extremist
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agenda and it is indeed an extremist agenda
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perhaps even worse than Obama I'm going to ask TransCanada to renew its permit
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application for the Keystone pipeline
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a big piece of the profits from that so that the american people can get someone
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money out of it does that make sense why not why not
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possible let's take a piece of the action for you folks you know lower your
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taxes a little bit more would be something without us I can't do it so it
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sounds like it makes a lot of sense to me we're going to lift moratoriums on
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energy production in federal areas we're going to revoke policies that impose
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unwarranted restrictions on new drilling technologies these technologies create
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millions of jobs with a smaller footprint than ever before
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we're going to cancel the Paris climate agreement and stop believable and stop
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all payments of the United States tax dollars to UN Global Warming programs
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we've got big problems folks we can't be sending the money all over the world to
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start forty years ago twenty years ago we've got a lot of problems we're going
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to cherish our dollar we're gonna take care of $1 away keep my money and we're
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going to keep our jobs here and went to bring jobs back ok remember that any
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regulation that's outdated unnecessary bad for workers or contrary to the
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national interest will be scrapped and scrapped completely we will also
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eliminate duplication provide regulatory certainty which is very important and
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trust local officials and local residents like yourselves
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and we'll go through a simple test is this regulation good for the american
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work if it doesn't pass this test this role will not be under any circumstances
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approved
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will be public and very very transparent they won't be made on hillary's private
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email account which is turning out to be a total disaster by the way I just for
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our country beyond Hillary a disaster for a country that you do such a thing
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we're going to do all of this while taking proper regard for rational
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environmental concerns we're going to conserve our beautiful natural habitats
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reserve and so on board were gonna take care of those habitats were gonna take
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care of our reserves and take such great care of our resources our resources so
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volatile with Anna take care of those resources in a trump administration
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political activist with extreme agendas will no longer write the rules that's
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what's happening now
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instead we will work with conservation is whose only agenda is protecting
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nature that's fine
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from an environmental sent my priority is a very simple clean air and clean
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water right my america-first energy plan will do for american people why hillary
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Clinton will never do she will never be able to do this and I'm not just talking
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about this industry she will never create real jobs and real wage growth
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she can't do it she doesn't know how to do it
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her husband signed nafta one of the worst jobs one of the worst things ever
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signed in the history of our country for economic development
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they don't know how to do it and I think actually they don't even wanna do
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according to the Institute for Energy Research lifting the restrictions on
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American energy will create a flood of new jobs almost a seven hundred billion
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dollar increase by seven hundred billion dollar increase in economic output over
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the next thirty years more than a thirty billion dollar increase in annual wages
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over the next seven years some of the people that are my biggest supporters
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they haven't had a real wage increase in eight Teen use ok 18 use think of it and
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they work two jobs they're working harder than getting older they're
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working hard aren't supposed to be the other way around
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not going to be that way anymore over the next four decades more than 20
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trillion dollars in additional economic activity and six trillion dollars in new
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tax revenue going to be generated the oil and natural gas industry supports 10
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many high-paying American jobs and create another four hundred thousand new
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jobs per year
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this exploration will also create a resurgence in American manufacturing
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manufacturing so good to hear them as I've been going around I've been going
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around and we won New York and we want all these states no matter where you go
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manufacturing down 50% down 55% I go down I see Syracuse New York St Rome New
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York that's the real run by the way I see all of these different places you at
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the Bethpage you go out to then you go to pennsylvania you go to all of these
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different places and you see what was once vibrant beautiful work in places
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factories there all falling apart we lost 45 55 60 percent of our
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manufacturing jobs all over the place it's one of the reasons I one bisexual
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large margins because we're not gonna take it anymore we're not gonna take it
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anymore they're moving their leaving their taking our jobs said taking our
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companies were not going to let that happen where dramatically reducing both
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our trade deficit budget deficit compared this to hillary clinton's
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Venezuela style politics of poverty and that's why this is what you get into
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that's where we're going that's the direction we're heading if you think
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about it not one idea of clinton has actually can create a single net job or
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create a single new dollar to put in workers pockets in fact every idea will
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make jobs disappear she doesn't have a clue remember it was nap which was
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signed by her husband that destroyed this big parts of this country so
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hillary clinton's agenda is job destruction my agenda is job creation
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gonna create so many jobs
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our country and fire and go to another country there will be a problem for
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those companies there will be consequences there will be consequences
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and when they hear about the consequences you know what they're gonna
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do they gonna say mister president we've decided not to move ok that's what's
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going to happen so simple as that
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wants the tax and regulate our workers to the point of extinction true she
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wants terrible trade deals and she wants to continue terrible trade deals like
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nafta signed by her husband that will empty our manufacturing businesses even
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more so than they already are
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during her time as Secretary of State which was a disaster she surrendered to
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China allowing them to steal hundreds of billions of dollars in our intellectual
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property everybody knows that we do nothing about it she let them devalue
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their currency and add more than a trillion dollars to our trade deficit
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then there was Libya secretary Clinton's reckless Lippi invasion handed the
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country over to Isis which now controls the oil in Libya very very pure sweet
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beautiful oil among the best in the world i has the oil from libya how'd you
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like that folks not so smart right the Middle East that clinton inherited was
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far less dangers then the Middle East she left with us today
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her reckless decisions in Iraq Libya a rare Egypt and Syria have made the
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Middle East to more unstable than ever ever ever before
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legacy is absolute total chaos clinton also wants totally open borders in
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america which would further plunge our workers into poverty hillary's open
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borders agenda means a young single mom living in poverty would have to compete
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for a job or a raised against millions of low-wage workers rushing into our
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country and we will have absolutely no idea who they are where they come from
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are they dangerous are they good are they bad we know nothing about these
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people my agenda will be accomplished through a series of reforms that put
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always america-first energy reform thank you
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energy reform that creates trillions of new dollars in wealth immigration reform
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that producers and protects our borders we are going to have such strong borders
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and by the way we want people to come into our country but they're going to
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come into our country legally legally legal
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and we are going to defend our workers we're going to defend our workers tax
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reform that brings millions of new jobs to America regulation reform that
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eliminates stupid rules that send our jobs overseas really created by people
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that don't even have a clue and if they do have a clue then they're doing some
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very very bad things to our country
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welfare reform that requires employees to recruit from the unemployment office
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not the Immigration office we want to create jobs for our people very
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importantly trade reform that brings back our manufacturing jobs and stands
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up to countries that she and I mean cheat sheet like dogs they cheat
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cheating us so badly that it's a disgrace and we have people that don't
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know what's going on in washington we have people that truly do not know
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what's going on there's one more thing we must do to make america wealthy again
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you have to be wealthy in order to be great I'm sorry to say it will build the
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wall later built
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I was going to leave that one out for the energy speech but you know what it
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never fails we will build the wall who's gonna pay for the wall hundred-percent
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get I was just testing you I want to see whether or not you on your toes we have
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to make our communities safe again
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violent crime is rising in our major cities across the country this is
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totally unacceptable every parent has the right to raise their kids in safety
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when we put political correctness before Justice we heard those who have the
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least I mean that's what's happening we're really hurting the people that
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have the least it undermines their schools / is the value of their homes
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and drives away their jobs crime is a stealth tax it says stealth tax on the
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poor it's a horrible thing and it's going up up up look at the papers today
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look at the statistics look at what's happening with homicides in our country
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it's going only in one direction to those living in fear I say help is
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coming it's coming soon
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will return law and order to america
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security is not something that should only in an and this is so important that
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should only be enjoyed by the very rich and the very powerful it has to be
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enjoyed by all
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by way of contrast I was endorsed and I told you this by national rifle and I
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see what's happening and I understand what's happening and I know it so well
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these are people that one good things to happen so hillary get rid of the guns
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Trump we're going to endorse and we're going to preserve and we are going to
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cherish cherish cherish our 2nd MN ok
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is going to bring well and security to the poorest communities in this country
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we have to do that we have to do that you know african-american youth has a 59
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percent rate of unemployment we have to do what does hillary have to offer the
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poor but more of the same in Chicago for instance one-fourth of young hispanics
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and one third of young african-americans are literally hopelessly unemployed
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hopelessly my message today is to all the people trapped in poverty and it's
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this politicians like hillary clinton have failed you and they failed you
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badly it's all talk no action they have sale they views you they've stolen your
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votes for decades and they've given you nothing I will give you everything I
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will give you what you been looking for 30 40 50 years they have given you
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nothing and you need something new I'm the only one who is going to deliver it
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I know the politicians I know what's happening I know these people I am the
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only one who will deliver we are going to put America back to work
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we're going to put people before government very important
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we're going to rebuild our inner cities we're going to make you and your family
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safe secure and prosperous
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november is a choice between a clinton agenda that put donors first or an
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agenda that puts america first my agenda america-first between a clinton
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government by and for the powerful and a return to government Of By and For The
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People
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thank you
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meant of by and for the people
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thank you
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thank you
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it is a choice between certain decline absolutely certain decline or a revival
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of america's great promise that people in charge of our government say things
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can change they just feel that things can change I've seen it for so many
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months now I've been doing this for 10 months
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am i doing a good job by the way for you I'm very proud of this I spent about
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fifty five million dollars of my own money but look at this I spent less than
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anybody else and I have the best I want one of those I spent last I beat them by
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a lot isn't that what you want for your president for at least a little while
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thank you they want you to keep trusting people who betrayed you many times
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before I'm here to tell you that if you keep supporting those who have let you
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down then you will keep getting let down for the rest of your lives are prepared
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to kick the special interests out of washington D C
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and a hand their seat of power over to you I will do that too I actually look
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forward to doing that and it's about time to get there we will put the
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american people first again bill long time we will make our communities
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wealthy again we will make our cities say we will make our country strong
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again ladies and gentlemen we will make America great again thank you

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