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01/19/2017

MAGA CONCERT

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BY BREITBART

Donald Trump delivered remarks Thursday evening, just hours before becoming the 45th president of the United States. After a performance from Toby Keith at the “Make America Great Again! Welcome Concert,” Trump spoke for a few minutes, delivering the following remarks and kicking off three days of inaugural celebrations. "Thank you very much. Thank you very much everybody, and thank you Tom. I’d like to congratulate our incredible entertainers tonight. Toby, and Lee Greenwood and all of the great talent. It was really very special. I also have to thank our incredible military right here."

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Mobile, Alabama

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12/17/2016

Mobile, Alabama

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BY WKRG

Trump talks about trade in America and says he wants to stop companies from opening factories overseas. Trump claims that recent trade deals have resulted in the loss of thousands of factories to China that would have been originally built in the U.S. Trump says his administration will “protect religous liberties.” The President-elect also touched on the importance of the Supreme Court and the justices he nominates will protect the ideals held by his supporters. Trump asks the crowd, “To never, ever give up.” He added that he should have given up several times during the campaign, but he never did and was victorious. Trump says, “We are going to Make America Great Again.” The President-elect has left the stage at Ladd-Peebles Stadium to the Rolling Stones song, “Can’t Always Get What You Want.” Trump said. “The safety of the American people will always be the priority in the Trump administration,” says Trump. “I’m going to keep radical Islamic terrorists the hell out of our country,” Trump added. The President-elect says that his administration is going use “extreme vetting”.

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12/16/2016

Orlando Florida

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BY FLORIDA TODAY

President-elect Donald Trump said Florida is his second home, but “in many ways it’s my first home.” And Friday night, he repeatedly thanked a large audience of Sunshine State supporters for helping propel him to the White House. “The patriots in this audience tonight stood up to the global special interests and delivered a historic win for the American worker,” Trump said, drawing applause. Thousands of Trump supporters converged on the Central Florida Fairgrounds for the USA Thank You Tour 2016 outdoor rally, cheering, waving signs and chanting “CNN sucks!” “Thank you Trump!” “Lock her up!” and “USA!” “To be a strong nation, we must also be a rich nation. A wealthy nation. Whether it’s exploring space or curing disease, we want the next generation of innovation and production to happen right here in America – and right here in our great state of Florida,”

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Hershey, Pennsylvania

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12/15/2016

Hershey, Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania has been an important state to Donald Trump throughout the entire election. He said many times if he won Pa he would be the next president. Donald Trump began his speech by thanking Pennsylvania voter, then recapped the entire election state by state all the way up until the end of the night when he was named the winner. Trump named what he thinks are America's problems one by one and how he wants to fix them. He started by saying he'll repeal the Affordable Care Act and fix the military. He said, "We're going to rebuild our badly depleted military and finally take care of our great veterans." Trump then said he plans to fix all infrastructure in the country and ended by promising to bring back jobs, factories and trade. Before leaving the stage he thanked voters once again for electing him to be the next president.

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West Allis Wisconsin

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12/13/2016

West Allis

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BY BIZ JOURNAL

President-elect Donald Trump thrilled his adoring audience on a freezing Wisconsin night Tuesday as part of his “Thank You Tour.” Several thousand Trump supporters (Russian Hakers) braved the single-digit cold temperatures to attend the rally at the Wisconsin State Fair expo center in West Allis. Trump, who spoke for about 50 minutes, seemed relaxed and energized by the crowd as he ran through his favorite campaign issues including building a wall along the U.S-Mexican border, repealing the Affordable Care Act and reducing income tax on business and individuals. He also emphasized his pledge to push business to “buy American and hire American.” Trump said. “My administration will be focused on three important words: jobs, jobs, jobs,” The rally crowd cheered enthusiastically and loudly as Trump discussed his views and his path to victory, including an upset win in Wisconsin. He also criticized the national news media coverage and predictions he would lose to Democrat Hillary Clinton. “I want to thank the people of Wisconsin,” he said. “You’re incredible people. We’re going to work so hard for you.”

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12/10/2016

Grand Rapids Michigan

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BY DETROIT NEWS

President-elect Donald Trump used a post-election victory rally here Friday night to let the chairman of Dow Chemical Co. announce plans to create 100 jobs in Midland and bring back another 100 positions from its foreign operations. Dow Chemical Chairman and CEO Andrew Liveris said the Midland-based chemical giant would build a new research and development center in its mid-Michigan hometown. “We’re going to invest in a new state-of-the-art innovation center in Michigan,” Liveris said on stage at Trump’s rally at the DeltaPlex Arena near Grand Rapids. “We could have waited,” Liveris said. “We could have put it anywhere in the world. ... We’re going to use American hard work and American dreams and we’re going to fight for the Dow company in the U.S.A.” Liveris said. “We could have waited,” Liveris said. “We could have put it anywhere in the world. ... We’re going to use American hard work and American dreams and we’re going to fight for the Dow company in the U.S.A.”

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Baton Rouge Louisiana

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12/09/2016

Baton Rouge Louisiana

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President-elect Donald Trump said Friday that he would propose a lifetime ban on federal employees who grant huge defense contracts from working for those companies — after saying this week that he wanted to cancel the "ridiculous" order for a new Air Force One. The contract was to be about $3 billion, but Trump said that costs have ballooned to as high at $4 billion. "But when you're talking about the kind of money [spent on such contracts] I said: 'Who gives these orders out?'" Trump told a rally in Baton Rouge, La., as part of his "thank you" tour of battleground states. "Some of these people then go to work for these companies. "I think — I have to check this out," Trump said. "They're not going like this, but I think I'm going propose a ban that anybody that gives out massive military contracts never be — not five years or 10 years — never be allowed to work for those companies that make the equipment." Trump cited the F-35 Stealth bomber jet calling the F-35 "uncontrollably over-budget. "Anybody who give us these big contracts should never, ever be allowed to work for a defense company, for a company that makes that product," the president-elect said.

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Des Moines Iowa

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12/08/2016

Des Moines Iowa

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BY BREITBART

Thousands of people attended President-elect Donald Trump’s “Thank You” rally in Des Moines, Iowa on Thursday night, where the soon-to-be 45th President of the United States introduced his administration’s ambassador to China, Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad. “The nation of China is responsible for almost half of America’s trade deficit,” Trump slammed. “They haven’t played by the rules and I know it’s time they’re going to start.” He stressed that Branstad and his wife are “looking to work on that relationship.” Branstad has had six trade missions to China. He’s a native of Iowa and has served as the state’s governor for 23 years, making him the longest serving governor in the history of the United States. “He’s also become a great friend of mine,” Trump added before inviting Branstad on stage with him. “It has been a great honor and privilege to serve the people of this state,” Branstad briefly told the large crowd. “I am very proud to serve America in this very important role.”

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Fayetteville, North Carolina

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12/06/2016

Fayetteville, North Carolina

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BY WRAL

President-elect Donald Trump brought his Thank You USA tour to Fayetteville Tuesday night and used the event to formally announce his intention to nominate retired Marine Gen. James Mattis to lead the Department of Defense. “He is one of the most effective generals that we’ve had in many, many decades. One of the exceptional leaders of our time who has committed his life for the love of our country,” Trump said. “The American people are fortunate that a man of this integrity and character will now be the civilian leader of the Department of Defense.”  “I look forward to being the civilian leader as long as Congress gives me the waiver and the Senate agrees to consent,” Mattis said during brief remarks Tuesday night. Prior to introducing Mattis, Trump spoke at length about an action plan to rebuild the military and protect veterans. He vowed to make the armed forces stronger but said he plans to focus spending on infrastructure rather than fighting overseas. “We build up our military, not as an act of aggression, but as an act of prevention. In short, we seek peace through strength,” he said. “We don’t want to have a depleted military because we’re all over the place, fighting in areas we shouldn’t be.”

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New Orleans Louisiana

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12/03/2016

New Orleans Louisiana

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BY LAKE EXPO

A raucous and triumphant Republican crowd welcomed Vice President-elect Mike Pence to New Orleans Saturday. Pence recalled the visit by him and Trump to metro Baton Rouge in August after the flooding. “Louisiana, you inspired the nation,” Pence thanked the crowd for Trump winning Louisiana with 58 percent of the vote on Nov. 8. During a 20-minute speech, standing in front of a giant facsimile American flag, Pence pledged that the new administration would repeal the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, a stance that Kennedy supports. Pence also promised that the administration would cut taxes, increase spending on defense, appoint conservative justices to the Supreme Court, repeal “unconstitutional” executive orders signed by Obama and build the wall along the Mexican border to keep out illegal immigrants. The crowd roared its approval in the hangar.

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