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WSBTV CARL WILLIS

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08/29/2016

WSBTV CARL WILLIS

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”Donald Trump's message of rebuilding our military, standing with our allies, standing up to our enemies, reducing taxes, rolling back red tape and Obamacare is resonating with people I saw all across Georgia, and is going to continue to resonate with people all across this country," Pence told WSBTV’s Carl Willis. Pence also talked about the possibility of Georgia being in play for the Democrats. "I like our chances in Georgia,” Pence said. "We really have a chance to tell people about the choice in this election. I think it's a choice between change and the status quo."

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WMAZ Doug Richards

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08/29/2016

WMAZ Doug Richards

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Indiana Gov. Mike Pence tells WMAZ's Doug Richards that he's looking forward to joinging the Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump on wednesday in arizona. Donald Trump is expected to layout his plan to end illegal immigration into The United States. "The American people are tired of leaders in both political parties" Pence said. "Donald Trump put the issue of illegal immigration front and center of the National Debate." Pence declared. "The most important thing to know, nothing has changed [on immigration] in all these many months." Pence was also asked about Trump calling Crooked Hillay a Bigot."

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KIRO The Dori Monson Show

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08/29/2016

KIRO The Dori Monson Show

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Donald Trump was interviewed by Dori Monson Monday afternoon on KIRO Radio covering several local issues, including Boeing’s plan in China, Seattle as a sanctuary and Syrian refugees in Washington State. “It’s shocking that your governor is enthusiastically accepting these people [Syrian refugees].” Trump said. “Sanctuary cities are out.” On Boeing Trump said. “Boeing’s building massive facilities in China, and then they’ll drop their currency and they’ll start devaluation as they always do, and then they’ll start taking your business away.” Trump said.  “Before you know it they won't even be making the planes in Seattle, they won't even be making the planes in the state of Washington.” It makes sense that aircraft manufacturers would search for the best fiscal deal, and other countries devaluing their currency would put local companies at a disadvantage. Boeing has not discussed specific plans.

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WHSV Samantha-Jo Roth

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08/27/2016

WHSV Samantha-Jo Roth

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On Saturday Mike Pence stumped in Purcellville, Virginia, where the Trump campaign has put a real focus. Reporter Samantha-Jo Roth spoke with Pence one-on-one after the rally, discussing the Trump campaign's chances in Virginia —along with the Republican nominee's controversial comments about Hillary Clinton this week. "I think we are very early in this campaign, believe it or not. Labor Day is just around the corner. I sense this growing momentum for Donald Trump's" Pence said "The challenge that we have is: reaching out one community after another, making sure that the people hear that vision, and know with Donald Trump's vision we can have a stronger America at home and abroad. I think also particularly, here in Virginia, our message is about rebuilding our military, ending the war on coal, standing strong with our veterans... now resonating... with the people of the Commonwealth."

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FOX KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE

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08/26/2016

FOX KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE

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Donald Trump said Friday that he would present a very comprehensive immigration plan "in two weeks" amid conflicting reports saying that he is softening his position on what to do with more than 11 million illegals in the United States. "I will be announcing something within the next two weeks," the Republican nominee told Kimberly Guilfoyle on Fox News in a telephone interview. "A very comprehensive plan on immigration. "We're going to start off by securing the border — by getting rid of the horrible criminal element that's causing tremendous havoc, drug dealers, gang members," Trump added. "I think people will be extremely happy."

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CNN ANDERSON COOPER

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08/25/2016

CNN ANDERSON COOPER

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In an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper to clarify whether he would still forcibly deport the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants in the US after he suggested this week he was "softening" on the idea. "There's no path to legalization unless they leave the country," Trump said after an event in Manchester, New Hampshire. "When they come back in, then they can start paying taxes, but there is no path to legalization unless they leave the country and then come back." Trump said that on his first day in office, he would authorize law enforcement to actively deport "bad dudes," such as those who have committed crimes, which he said numbered "probably millions." But he declined to flatly say whether he would round up other undocumented immigrants, stressing that once the initial deportations occur, "then we can talk." Trump said. "There is a very good chance the answer could be yes," Trump said when asked if he wouldn't deport those who have lived here peacefully but without papers.

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WMTW Paul Merrill

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08/25/2016

WMTW Paul Merrill

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WMTW's Paul Merrill spoke with the Republican presidential nominee one-on-one. Merrill asked Trump about Maine Republican Gov. Paul LePage's comments from a town hall Wednesday night, where the LePage said nearly all of the drug dealers arrested in Maine are either "black (or?) Hispanic." Merril asked Trump "Well, I know your governor, and I know he's very popular up there, and he's doing a very good job. People like him very much, and I like him very much. I don't know the comment he made, but I like him very much," Trump was also non-committal when asked about Maine Republican Sen. Susan Collins' decision not to endorse him. "I know nothing about her. I know that I will be really good for Maine. I'll stop drugs from pouring in, and she has not been able to do that," Trump said.

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FOX AINSLEY EARHARDT

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08/24/2016

FOX AINSLEY EARHARDT

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Donald Trump cast doubt on Wednesday over the competency of the US intelligence apparatus, claiming that the intelligence community has led the country to make poor foreign policy decisions. In an interview with "Fox and Friends," reporter Ainsley Earhardt asked the Republican presidential nominee how much faith he had in US intelligence leaders. "Not so much from the people that have been doing it for our country. I mean look what's happened over the last 10 years." Trump said. "I mean you look at Iraq, you look at the Middle East, it's a total powder keg. If we would have never touched it, it would have been a lot better." Trump is set to receive his first classified intelligence briefing on Wednesday in New York. Trump will be joined by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and advisor former Defense Intelligence Agency Director Michael Flynn.

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WPEC Kathleen Walter

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08/24/2016

WPEC Kathleen Walter

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Over the weekend, Trump's campaign said his immigration policy is "to be determined", a stark difference from Trump's original stance when he said he would deport approximately 11 million undocumented immigrants. Trump later said he would only deport "bad immigrants". During Donald Trump's time in Tampa, he spoke one-on-one with WPEC's Kathleen Walter about where he's taking his campaign with 75 days until the election.

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WFLA Candace McCowan

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08/24/2016

WFLA Candace McCowan

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Donald Trump echoed his appeals black and Hispanic voters in a one on one interview with WLFA Wednesday. “I say give me a chance I will fix the inner cities I’ll bring jobs back, I’ll bring education to a much higher level. I just say give me a chance. I don’t like the expression, ‘you can’t do worse’ because frankly they can’t do worse. I will do a great job and I say to African Americans voters, you vote for Donald Trump it’s going to be a whole different story because they really have been hurt over the past 8 years,” We asked Trump if he was softening his stance on immigration and still planned on deporting 11 million immigrants. “We have a very very strong stance and we are going to build a wall. It’s going to be a wall like no other. We are going to do things that are very very strong. Only the right people, only people who go through a very very tough vetting process are coming into the country,” said Trump.

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