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09/04/2016

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BY THE INDIAN EXPRESS

Donald Trump extended a rare invitation to a handful of reporters to join him Monday on his private jet in between campaign stops in Ohio. Trump softened his language on immigration when pressed by reporters. “We’re going to make that decision into the future,” Trump told reporters. Trump said he plans to take part in all three presidential debates against rival Hillary Clinton. “I look forward to the debates,” Trump told reporters, saying he regards them as “an important element of what we’re doing. I think you have an obligation to do the debates.” He also mentioned Clinton’s energy level while referencing his recent trips to flood-battered Louisiana and to Mexico to meet with President Enrique Pena Nieto. “She didn’t have the energy to go to Louisiana. And she didn’t have the energy to go to Mexico.” Trump said.

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Donald Trump discusses immigration, Pam Bondi and Hillary Clinton with press

BY THE INDIAN EXPRESS

Donald Trump extended a rare invitation to a handful of reporters to join him Monday on his private jet in between campaign stops in Ohio.

A look at the many topics discussed by the Republican nominee on the jaunt between Cleveland and Youngstown, Ohio, this Labor Day.

ON IMMIGRATION:
Trump softened his language on immigration when pressed by reporters.

Immigrants in the country illegally may not need to return to their countries or origin to obtain legal status, Trump said _ a position many conservatives would consider “amnesty.”

He insisted that, as president, he would prioritize deportation of criminal immigrants and build a massive wall along the Mexican border. Any immigrants who want full citizenship must return to their countries of origin and get in line, he said. But of the millions more living in the country illegally, he would not rule out a pathway to legal status.

“We’re going to make that decision into the future,” Trump told reporters in his most extensive comments on immigration since last week’s policy speech.

The statement conflicts with a line in last week’s address, when he declared: “For those here illegally today, who are seeking legal status, they will have one route and one route only. To return home and apply for re-entry.”

ON PAM BONDI AND POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS:
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi personally solicited a political contribution from Trump around the same time her office deliberated joining an investigation of alleged fraud at Trump University and its affiliates.

The disclosure from Bondi’s spokesman to The Associated Press in June provided additional details around the unusual circumstances of Trump’s $25,000 donation to Bondi. The money came from a Trump family foundation in apparent violation of rules surrounding political activities by charities.

“She’s a fine person,” Trump said Monday, adding he “never spoke to her about it at all.”

“Many of the attorney generals turned that case down `cause I’ll win that case in court,” he said.

Trump did not directly answer a question about what he’d hoped to get from the donation, saying Bondi has “done an amazing job as the attorney general of Florida.”

TO DEBATE OR NOT TO DEBATE:
Trump said he plans to take part in all three presidential debates against rival Hillary Clinton.

The Republican nominee was rumored to be considering skipping at least one of the debates. But he told journalists Monday that only something along the lines of a “hurricane” or “natural disaster” would keep him from participating.

“I look forward to the debates,” Trump told reporters, saying he regards them as “an important element of what we’re doing. I think you have an obligation to do the debates.”

He did not address the debate he skipped during the primary season.

As for preparation, Trump said he does not believe in doing mock debates, as is tradition for many candidates. “I’ve seen people do so much prep work that when they get out there they can’t speak.”

The first debate between Trump and Clinton is scheduled for September 26.

Hillary Clinton’s message this Labor Day was that she would bring back jobs if elected, but Trump said: “She can’t. She doesn’t have a clue.”

“She doesn’t have the energy to bring `em back,” he told reporters. “You need energy, man. And she doesn’t have the energy or the stamina to bring `em back. It is a grueling process. You’re fighting a lot of different forces.”

He also mentioned Clinton’s energy level while referencing his recent trips to flood-battered Louisiana and to Mexico to meet with President Enrique Pena Nieto.

“She didn’t have the energy to go to Louisiana. And she didn’t have the energy to go to Mexico.”

BY THE INDIAN EXPRESS


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big crowd were you all there us at the speech so I was like three octaves and I
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court but many Attorney General's throughout the country and I never spoke
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to politics
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down so what were your began out of that donation and talk about I just known Pam
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Bondi for years i have a lot of respect for never spoke to about that ago
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just have a lot of respect for her as a person and she's done an amazing job as
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the attorney general flow and she's very popular follow us to the Bates are
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preparing
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debates according to the polls the online polls that they did right after
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the debates and i think i'm doing the same craft work and
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I come do something I'm gonna do some i mean i i've seen people do so much prep
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work that when they get out they can't speak
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let's see that so yeah we're doing so what kind of rapport going to take us
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inside their own mind just going back to create a little bit
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it's really basically called a lot of things right
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for years
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something planned to have access or someone does i had planned oh I never
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did it before and you definitely going to all three of these debates
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well as of this moment as of this moment
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what could cause you change your mind saying that as of this moment so I
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comprises changes
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natural disaster
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forward to the debate something I think it's an important element of what we're
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doing i think
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obligation to do the debates I didn't with with the other you know the other
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cases and yet I guess 11 debates know i look forward to the debate
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moderate /
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I like I like my respect the moderators I do respect them
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it's interesting but in terms of because even reaching out to you today labor
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unions feel like they're having their priorities and that by the Obama
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administration we do anything to help and protecting we know we're gonna bring
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back jobs would have a contract what what we're going to do I told him very
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strongly you may have been in the room or not but we're bringing back jobs jobs
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old it it's going to be so vital to this country to bring back our jobs are jobs
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have been taken like grant took Richmond we have we have never had a case like
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this before and it's getting worse and worse and you look at what we just so we
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best we plant after plant have to plant where there are no jobs words where it's
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just God so the big thing that I've first of all the mayor with is a
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terrific person is a Democrat who endorsed Trump
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and it's whole area and or structure so that was you know pretty great and he's
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a fantastic guy and those are a lot of the representatives from the various
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unions and other other people and we were just honored to have that kind of
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support so let's let's sit down folks because we'll take it off

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