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on Absolutely: Absolutely, I do, and I'm gonna run hard, run with heart, and run to win. I'm gonna have to earn this.
on Al-Qaida: He left, and when he left Al-Qaida was done for.
on America: Because today in America, a third of our kids, after we spend more per student than any country in the
on America: to give people hope that their life is better because too many people are suffering today in America.
on America: We can grow economically and restore America's leadership in the world,
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on Campaigning: Campaigning in places to give people hope that their life is better because too many people are suffering
on Children: Children are going to suffer and families' hearts are going to be broken that their kids won't be able to
on Clinton: This president and Hillary Clinton, who can't even say she's for the X.L. pipeline even after she's left?
on Clinton: We're not going on win by doing what Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton do each and every day.
on Common_Core: I think the states ought to create these standards. And if states want to opt out of Common_Core, fine.
on Corleone: They keep -- they called me Veto Corleone.
on E-Verify: what we said in the book, which is that we need to deal with E-Verify,
on Florida: I've got a record in Florida.
on Florida: In Florida, they called me Jeb, because I earned it.
on Florida: I know this full well because as governor of the state of Florida, I called every one of them.
on Florida: And Florida's low income kids had the greatest gains inside the country.
on Florida: because as governor of the state of Florida I created the first statewide voucher program in the country,
on Florida: Here's my commitment to you, because I did it as Florida. We can fix these things.
on Indiana: was created because of the void that we left, and that void now exists as a caliphate the size of Indiana.
on Iran_Agreement: To honor the people that died, we need to -- we need to --- stop the -- Iran_Agreement, for sure,
on Iranian_Mullahs: because the Iranian_Mullahs have their blood on their hands,
on Obamacare: You get rid of Obamacare and replace it with something that doesn't suppress wages and kill jobs.
on Saying: Dividing the country. Saying, creating a grievance kind of environment. We're going to win when we unite
on United_States: I want one of these people here or the ones at 5:00, to be the next president of the United_States.
on World_War_II: We've done it 27 times since World_War_II.
on abandoned: Barack Obama became president, and he abandoned Iraq.
on abundant: ... measured in an intellectually honest way, with abundant school choice, ending social promotion. And I
on accountability: across the board, because high standards, robust accountability, ending social promotion in third
on achievement: program in the country. And we had rising student achievement across the board, because high standards,
on across: the country. And we had rising student achievement across the board, because high standards, robust
on amnesty: -- for those that are here. Not -- not amnesty, earned legal status, which means you pay a fine and do
on and/or: other than a couple rounding errors, to be honest with you, 30 percent are college- and/or career-ready.
on applied: were created. We left the state better off because I applied conservative principles in a purple state the
on aspect: you fix a convoluted tax code. You get in and you change every aspect of regulations that are job killers.
on aspiration: We've created rules and taxes on top of every aspiration of people, and the net result is we're not
on balanced: year, totaling $19 billion. We were -- we had -- we balanced every budget. We went from $1 billion of
on barack: talking about this as a wedge issue, which barack Obama has done now for six long years,
on barack: barack Obama became president, and he abandoned Iraq.
on barack: There's 6 million people living in poverty today, more than when barack Obama got elected.
on barack: We're not going on win by doing what barack Obama and Hillary Clinton do each and every day.
on barrier: run to win. I'm gonna have to earn this. Maybe the barrier -- the bar's even higher for me. That's fine.
on beating: real school choice across the board, challenging the teachers union and beating them is the way to go.
on became: Barack Obama became president, and he abandoned Iraq.
on believe: I do. I believe that the great majority of people coming here illegally have no other option. They want to
on believe: No, I don't. And I don't believe the federal government should be involved in the creation of standards
on believe: Here's what I believe. I believe we're at the verge of the greatest time to be alive in this world. But
on billion: I cut taxes every year, totaling $19 billion. We were -- we had -- we balanced every budget. We went from
on billion: I cut taxes, $19 billion. If you do that and apply conservative principles the right way, you create an
on border: need to be much more strategic on how we deal with border enforcement, border security. We need to
on border: provide for their family. But we need to control our border. It's not -- it's our responsibility to pick
on broken: going to suffer and families' hearts are going to be broken that their kids won't be able to get a job in
on broken: not embracing the energy revolution in our midst, a broken immigration system that has been politicized
on brother: I'm proud of my dad, and I'm certainly proud of my brother.
on budget: $19 billion. We were -- we had -- we balanced every budget. We went from $1 billion of reserves to $9
on budget: Because I vetoed 2,500 separate line-items in the budget. (APPLAUSE) I am my own man. I governed as a
on caliphate: was created because of the void that we left, and that void now exists as a caliphate the size of Indiana.
on called: In Florida, they called me Jeb, because I earned it.
on called: They keep -- they called me Veto Corleone.
on called: I know this full well because as governor of the state of Florida, I called every one of them.
on career-ready: other than a couple rounding errors, to be honest with you, 30 percent are college- and/or career-ready.
on century: Children are going to suffer and families' hearts are going to be broken that their kids won't be able to
on certainly: I'm proud of my dad, and I'm certainly proud of my brother.
on challenging: in third grade, real school choice across the board, challenging the teachers union and beating them is
on chance: so that everybody has a chance to rise up. I humbly ask for your vote, whenever you're gonna get to vote,
on change: you fix a convoluted tax code. You get in and you change every aspect of regulations that are job
on choice: an intellectually honest way, with abundant school choice, ending social promotion. And I know how to do
on choice: ending social promotion in third grade, real school choice across the board, challenging the teachers
on choose: It's not -- it's our responsibility to pick and choose who comes in. So I -- I've written a book
on cities: border security. We need to eliminate the sanctuary cities in this country. It is ridiculous and tragic
on clearly: the creation of curriculum or content. It is clearly a state responsibility. I'm for higher
on college-: other than a couple rounding errors, to be honest with you, 30 percent are college- and/or career-ready.
on commitment: Here's my commitment to you, because I did it as Florida. We can fix these things.
on compete: If we are going to compete in this world we're in today, there is no possible way we can do it with
on comprehensive: about this and yet this week, I did come up with a comprehensive strategy that -- that really mirrored
on conservative: budget. (APPLAUSE) I am my own man. I governed as a conservative, and I govern effectively. And the net
on conservative: I cut taxes, $19 billion. If you do that and apply conservative principles the right way, you create an
on content: or indirectly, the creation of curriculum or content. It is clearly a state responsibility. I'm
on control: want to provide for their family. But we need to control our border. It's not -- it's our
on convoluted: A four percent growth strategy means you fix a convoluted tax code. You get in and you change every
on country: We need to eliminate the sanctuary cities in this country. It is ridiculous and tragic ... (APPLAUSE)
on country: And Florida's low income kids had the greatest gains inside the country.
on country: because as governor of the state of Florida I created the first statewide voucher program in the country,
on country: the second statewide voucher program, in the country and the third statewide voucher program in the
on country: today in America, a third of our kids, after we spend more per student than any country in the world
on country: (APPLAUSE) You embrace the energy revolution in our country.
on country: and have high, lofty expectations for this great country of ours. The new normal of two percent that
on country: Dividing the country. Saying, creating a grievance kind of environment. We're going to win when we unite
on couple: other than a couple rounding errors, to be honest with you, 30 percent are college- and/or career-ready.
on course: Give me a break. Of course we're for it. We should be for these things to create high sustained economic
on create: my friend. And I think the states ought to create these standards. And if states want to opt out
on create: we're for it. We should be for these things to create high sustained economic growth. And frankly,
on create: and apply conservative principles the right way, you create an environment where everybody rises up.
on created: was, during my eight years, 1.3 million jobs were created. We left the state better off because I
on created: ISIS was created because of the void that we left, and that void now exists as a caliphate the size of
on created: because as governor of the state of Florida I created the first statewide voucher program in the country,
on created: most of whom want to work full-time. We've created rules and taxes on top of every aspiration of
on created: economy grew at double the rate of the nation. We created 1.3 million jobs. We led the nation seven out
on creating: Dividing the country. Saying, creating a grievance kind of environment. We're going to win when we unite
on creation: the federal government should be involved in the creation of standards directly or indirectly, the
on curriculum: of standards directly or indirectly, the creation of curriculum or content. It is clearly a state
on dangerous: normal of two percent that the left is saying you can't do anything about is so dangerous for our country.
on definitely: He is definitely my friend. And I think the states ought to create these standards. And if states want to
on difficult: of their husband did not die in vain. So, why it was difficult for me to do it was based on that. Here's
on directly: should be involved in the creation of standards directly or indirectly, the creation of curriculum or
on disposal: and we need to take out ISIS with every tool at our disposal. (APPLAUSE)
on dividing: dividing the country. Saying, creating a grievance kind of environment. We're going to win when we unite
on divisive: No. It's not true. But I have said that Mr. Trump's language is divisive. I want to win.
on double: high sustained economic growth. Our economy grew at double the rate of the nation. We created 1.3 million
on driver: once and for all so that we can turn this into a driver for high sustained economic growth. And there
on driver: immigration system and turning it into an economic driver is part of this as well. We can do this.
on driver: politicized rather than turning it into an economic driver. We're not protecting and preserving our
on dumbing: in today, there is no possible way we can do it with lowering expectations and dumbing down everything.
on during: and I govern effectively. And the net effect was, during my eight years, 1.3 million jobs were created.
on earned: In Florida, they called me Jeb, because I earned it.
on earned: for high sustained economic growth. And there should be a path to earned legal status ... (BUZZER NOISE)
on earned: -- for those that are here. Not -- not amnesty, earned legal status, which means you pay a fine and do
on economic: we can turn this into a driver for high sustained economic growth. And there should be a path to earned
on economic: should be for these things to create high sustained economic growth. And frankly, fixing our immigration
on economic: saw people lifted up, because we had high sustained economic growth. Our economy grew at double the rate
on economic: has been politicized rather than turning it into an economic driver. We're not protecting and preserving
on economically: We can grow economically and restore America's leadership in the world,
on economy: because we had high sustained economic growth. Our economy grew at double the rate of the nation. We
on effect: own man. I governed as a conservative, and I govern effectively. And the net effect was, during my eight
on effectively: own man. I governed as a conservative, and I govern effectively. And the net effect was, during my eight
on elected: There's 6 million people living in poverty today, more than when Barack Obama got elected.
on eliminate: with border enforcement, border security. We need to eliminate the sanctuary cities in this country. It is
on embrace: (APPLAUSE) You embrace the energy revolution in our country.
on embracing: us back. How we tax, how we regulate. We're not embracing the energy revolution in our midst, a
on ending: because high standards, robust accountability, ending social promotion in third grade, real school
on ending: intellectually honest way, with abundant school choice, ending social promotion. And I know how to do this
on energy: (APPLAUSE) You embrace the energy revolution in our country.
on energy: How we tax, how we regulate. We're not embracing the energy revolution in our midst, a broken immigration
on enforcement: to be much more strategic on how we deal with border enforcement, border security. We need to eliminate
on entitlement: driver. We're not protecting and preserving our entitlement system or reforming for the next
on environment: conservative principles the right way, you create an environment where everybody rises up. That's how
on environment: the country. Saying, creating a grievance kind of environment. We're going to win when we unite people
on errors: other than a couple rounding errors, to be honest with you, 30 percent are college- and/or career-ready.
on everything: in today, there is no possible way we can do it with lowering expectations and dumbing down everything.
on exists: was created because of the void that we left, and that void now exists as a caliphate the size of Indiana.
on expectations: in today, there is no possible way we can do it with lowering expectations and dumbing down everything.
on expectations: we need to lift our spirits and have high, lofty expectations for this great country of ours. The new
on extended: earned legal status, which means you pay a fine and do many things over an extended period of time.
on families: gone in, however, for the people that did lose their lives, and the families that suffer because of it --
on families: Children are going to suffer and families' hearts are going to be broken that their kids won't be able to
on family: have no other option. They want to provide for their family. But we need to control our border. It's not
on faulty: Knowing what we know now, with faulty intelligence, and not having security be the first priority
on federal: that -- that local governments are not following the federal law. There's much to do. And I think rather
on federal: No, I don't. And I don't believe the federal government should be involved in the creation of standards
on fixing: create high sustained economic growth. And frankly, fixing our immigration system and turning it into an
on following: of the fact that -- that local governments are not following the federal law. There's much to do. And I
on frankly: things to create high sustained economic growth. And frankly, fixing our immigration system and turning it
on friend: He is definitely my friend. And I think the states ought to create these standards. And if states want to
on full-time: are working part-time, most of whom want to work full-time. We've created rules and taxes on top of
on generation: driver. We're not protecting and preserving our entitlement system or reforming for the next generation.
on govern: in the budget. (APPLAUSE) I am my own man. I governed as a conservative, and I govern effectively.
on governed: in the budget. (APPLAUSE) I am my own man. I governed as a conservative, and I govern effectively.
on government: No, I don't. And I don't believe the federal government should be involved in the creation of standards
on governments: are dying because of the fact that -- that local governments are not following the federal law.
on governor: I know this full well because as governor of the state of Florida, I called every one of them.
on governor: because as governor of the state of Florida I created the first statewide voucher program in the country,
on governor: message. I have that message because I was a governor of a state that saw people lifted up,
on graduation: Our graduation rate improved by 50 percent. That's what I'm for.
on greatest: And Florida's low income kids had the greatest gains inside the country.
on greatest: what I believe. I believe we're at the verge of the greatest time to be alive in this world. But
on grievance: Dividing the country. Saying, creating a grievance kind of environment. We're going to win when we unite
on growing: of people, and the net result is we're not growing fast, income is not growing. A four percent
on growth: turn this into a driver for high sustained economic growth. And there should be a path to earned legal
on growth: for these things to create high sustained economic growth. And frankly, fixing our immigration system
on growth: growing fast, income is not growing. A four percent growth strategy means you fix a convoluted tax code.
on growth: lifted up, because we had high sustained economic growth. Our economy grew at double the rate of the
on having: Knowing what we know now, with faulty intelligence, and not having security be the first priority
on hearts: Children are going to suffer and families' hearts are going to be broken that their kids won't be able to
on higher: run to win. I'm gonna have to earn this. Maybe the barrier -- the bar's even higher for me. That's fine.
on higher: of curriculum or content. It is clearly a state responsibility. I'm for higher standards... (APPLAUSE)
on hillary: This president and hillary Clinton, who can't even say she's for the X.L. pipeline even after she's left?
on hillary: We're not going on win by doing what Barack Obama and hillary Clinton do each and every day.
on holding: time to be alive in this world. But Washington is holding us back. How we tax, how we regulate. We're
on honest: ... measured in an intellectually honest way, with abundant school choice, ending social promotion. And I
on honest: other than a couple rounding errors, to be honest with you, 30 percent are college- and/or career-ready.
on hopeful: We're going to win when we unite people with a hopeful, optimistic message. I have that message
on however: invaded, it was a mistake. I wouldn't have gone in, however, for the people that did lose their lives,
on humbly: so that everybody has a chance to rise up. I humbly ask for your vote, whenever you're gonna get to vote,
on husband: child did not die in vain, or their wife, of their husband did not die in vain. So, why it was difficult
on illegally: that the great majority of people coming here illegally have no other option. They want to provide
on immigration: sustained economic growth. And frankly, fixing our immigration system and turning it into an economic
on immigration: the energy revolution in our midst, a broken immigration system that has been politicized rather
on improved: Our graduation rate improved by 50 percent. That's what I'm for.
on income: And Florida's low income kids had the greatest gains inside the country.
on income: and the net result is we're not growing fast, income is not growing. A four percent growth strategy
on indirectly: be involved in the creation of standards directly or indirectly, the creation of curriculum or content. It
on inside: And Florida's low income kids had the greatest gains inside the country.
on intellectually: ... measured in an intellectually honest way, with abundant school choice, ending social promotion. And I
on intelligence: Knowing what we know now, with faulty intelligence, and not having security be the first priority
on invaded: when -- when we invaded, it was a mistake. I wouldn't have gone in, however, for the people that did lose
on involved: And I don't believe the federal government should be involved in the creation of standards directly or
on issues: All these things languish while we have politicians in Washington using these as wedge issues.
on killers: you fix a convoluted tax code. You get in and you change every aspect of regulations that are job killers.
on knowing: knowing what we know now, with faulty intelligence, and not having security be the first priority
on language: No. It's not true. But I have said that Mr. Trump's language is divisive. I want to win.
on languish: All these things languish while we have politicians in Washington using these as wedge issues.
on leadership: We can grow economically and restore America's leadership in the world,
on lesson: for me to do it was based on that. Here's the lesson that we should take from this, which relates
on lifted: because I was a governor of a state that saw people lifted up, because we had high sustained economic
on line-items: Because I vetoed 2,500 separate line-items in the budget. (APPLAUSE) I am my own man. I governed as a
on living: There's 6 million people living in poverty today, more than when Barack Obama got elected.
on lowering: in today, there is no possible way we can do it with lowering expectations and dumbing down everything.
on majority: I do. I believe that the great majority of people coming here illegally have no other option. They want to
on measured: ... measured in an intellectually honest way, with abundant school choice, ending social promotion. And I
on message: win when we unite people with a hopeful, optimistic message. I have that message because I was a governor
on million: And the net effect was, during my eight years, 1.3 million jobs were created. We left the state better
on million: 6.5 million people are working part-time, most of whom want to work full-time. We've created rules and
on million: There's 6 million people living in poverty today, more than when Barack Obama got elected.
on million: at double the rate of the nation. We created 1.3 million jobs. We led the nation seven out of those
on mirrored: about this and yet this week, I did come up with a comprehensive strategy that -- that really mirrored
on mistake: when -- when we invaded, it was a mistake. I wouldn't have gone in, however, for the people that did lose
on nation: growth. Our economy grew at double the rate of the nation. We created 1.3 million jobs. We led the
on normal: expectations for this great country of ours. The new normal of two percent that the left is saying you
on optimistic: going to win when we unite people with a hopeful, optimistic message. I have that message because I was
on option: of people coming here illegally have no other option. They want to provide for their family. But we
on overstay: to deal with people that come with a legal visa and overstay. We need to be much more strategic on how we
on part-time: 6.5 million people are working part-time, most of whom want to work full-time. We've created rules and
on people: because I applied conservative principles in a purple state the right way, and people rose up. (APPLAUSE)
on people: I do. I believe that the great majority of people coming here illegally have no other option. They want to
on people: we need to deal with people that come with a legal visa and overstay. We need to be much more strategic on
on people: -- that people are dying because of the fact that -- that local governments are not following the federal
on people: To honor the people that died, we need to -- we need to --- stop the -- Iran_Agreement, for sure,
on people: a mistake. I wouldn't have gone in, however, for the people that did lose their lives, and the families
on people: 6.5 million people are working part-time, most of whom want to work full-time. We've created rules and
on people: There's 6 million people living in poverty today, more than when Barack Obama got elected.
on people: Campaigning in places to give people hope that their life is better because too many people are suffering
on people: I want one of these people here or the ones at 5:00, to be the next president of the United_States.
on people: of environment. We're going to win when we unite people with a hopeful, optimistic message. I have
on percent: Our graduation rate improved by 50 percent. That's what I'm for.
on percent: other than a couple rounding errors, to be honest with you, 30 percent are college- and/or career-ready.
on percent: not growing fast, income is not growing. A four percent growth strategy means you fix a convoluted
on percent: this great country of ours. The new normal of two percent that the left is saying you can't do anything
on period: earned legal status, which means you pay a fine and do many things over an extended period of time.
on pipeline: This president and Hillary Clinton, who can't even say she's for the X.L. pipeline even after she's left?
on places: Campaigning in places to give people hope that their life is better because too many people are suffering
on politicians: All these things languish while we have politicians in Washington using these as wedge issues.
on politicized: our midst, a broken immigration system that has been politicized rather than turning it into an economic
on possible: to compete in this world we're in today, there is no possible way we can do it with lowering expectations
on poverty: There's 6 million people living in poverty today, more than when Barack Obama got elected.
on praying: of them that I could find to tell them that I was praying for them, that I cared about them, and it was
on preserving: it into an economic driver. We're not protecting and preserving our entitlement system or reforming for
on president: the next president -- and I hope to be that president -- will fix this once and for all so that we can
on president: Barack Obama became president, and he abandoned Iraq.
on president: This president and Hillary Clinton, who can't even say she's for the X.L. pipeline even after she's left?
on president: I want one of these people here or the ones at 5:00, to be the next president of the United_States.
on primary: ask for your vote, whenever you're gonna get to vote, whenever the primary is. Thank you all very much.
on principles: the state better off because I applied conservative principles in a purple state the right way, and
on principles: $19 billion. If you do that and apply conservative principles the right way, you create an environment
on priority: Knowing what we know now, with faulty intelligence, and not having security be the first priority
on program: because as governor of the state of Florida I created the first statewide voucher program in the country,
on program: the second statewide voucher program, in the country and the third statewide voucher program in the
on promotion: high standards, robust accountability, ending social promotion in third grade, real school choice across
on promotion: intellectually honest way, with abundant school choice, ending social promotion. And I know how to do this
on protecting: than turning it into an economic driver. We're not protecting and preserving our entitlement system or
on provide: here illegally have no other option. They want to provide for their family. But we need to control our
on purple: off because I applied conservative principles in a purple state the right way, and people rose up.
on rather: -- that local governments are not following the federal law. There's much to do. And I think rather than
on rather: broken immigration system that has been politicized rather than turning it into an economic driver. We're
on rating: We were one of two states that went to AAA bond rating.
on rating: We were only one of two states that went to AAA bond rating.
on really: about this and yet this week, I did come up with a comprehensive strategy that -- that really mirrored
on really: for them, that I cared about them, and it was really hard to do. And, every one of them said that
on record: I've got a record in Florida.
on reforming: driver. We're not protecting and preserving our entitlement system or reforming for the next generation.
on regulate: Washington is holding us back. How we tax, how we regulate. We're not embracing the energy revolution
on regulations: you fix a convoluted tax code. You get in and you change every aspect of regulations that are job killers.
on relates: was based on that. Here's the lesson that we should take from this, which relates to this whole subject,
on remember: ...I remember...
on remember: ...I remember, Megyn. (LAUGHTER)
on replace: You get rid of Obamacare and replace it with something that doesn't suppress wages and kill jobs.
on reserves: were -- we had -- we balanced every budget. We went from $1 billion of reserves to $9 billion of reserves.
on responsibility: we need to control our border. It's not -- it's our responsibility to pick and choose who comes in. So I
on responsibility: of curriculum or content. It is clearly a state responsibility. I'm for higher standards...
on restore: We can grow economically and restore America's leadership in the world,
on result: on top of every aspiration of people, and the net result is we're not growing fast, income is not
on revolution: (APPLAUSE) You embrace the energy revolution in our country.
on revolution: tax, how we regulate. We're not embracing the energy revolution in our midst, a broken immigration system
on ridiculous: We need to eliminate the sanctuary cities in this country. It is ridiculous and tragic ... (APPLAUSE)
on rising: statewide voucher program in the country. And we had rising student achievement across the board, because
on robust: across the board, because high standards, robust accountability, ending social promotion in
on rounding: other than a couple rounding errors, to be honest with you, 30 percent are college- and/or career-ready.
on sanctuary: border security. We need to eliminate the sanctuary cities in this country. It is ridiculous
on school: ending social promotion in third grade, real school choice across the board, challenging the
on school: in an intellectually honest way, with abundant school choice, ending social promotion. And I know
on security: on how we deal with border enforcement, border security. We need to eliminate the sanctuary cities
on security: Knowing what we know now, with faulty intelligence, and not having security be the first priority
on separate: Because I vetoed 2,500 separate line-items in the budget. (APPLAUSE) I am my own man. I governed as a
on should: driver for high sustained economic growth. And there should be a path to earned legal status ... (BUZZER
on should: do it was based on that. Here's the lesson that we should take from this, which relates to this whole
on should: I don't. And I don't believe the federal government should be involved in the creation of standards
on should: Give me a break. Of course we're for it. We should be for these things to create high sustained economic
on social: high standards, robust accountability, ending social promotion in third grade, real school choice
on social: intellectually honest way, with abundant school choice, ending social promotion. And I know how to do this
on spirits: I think we need to lift our spirits and have high, lofty expectations for this great country of ours. The
on standards: government should be involved in the creation of standards directly or indirectly, the creation of
on standards: student achievement across the board, because high standards, robust accountability, ending social
on standards: Just make sure your standards are high.
on standards: friend. And I think the states ought to create these standards. And if states want to opt out of
on states: We were one of two states that went to AAA bond rating.
on states: He is definitely my friend. And I think the states ought to create these standards. And if states want to
on states: We were only one of two states that went to AAA bond rating.
on statewide: because as governor of the state of Florida I created the first statewide voucher program in the country,
on statewide: the second statewide voucher program, in the country and the third statewide voucher program in the
on status: for high sustained economic growth. And there should be a path to earned legal status ... (BUZZER NOISE)
on status: that are here. Not -- not amnesty, earned legal status, which means you pay a fine and do many things
on strategic: a legal visa and overstay. We need to be much more strategic on how we deal with border enforcement,
on strategy: about this and yet this week, I did come up with a comprehensive strategy that -- that really mirrored
on strategy: fast, income is not growing. A four percent growth strategy means you fix a convoluted tax code. You get
on student: voucher program in the country. And we had rising student achievement across the board, because high
on student: today in America, a third of our kids, after we spend more per student than any country in the world
on subject: was based on that. Here's the lesson that we should take from this, which relates to this whole subject,
on suffer: gone in, however, for the people that did lose their lives, and the families that suffer because of it --
on suffer: Children are going to suffer and families' hearts are going to be broken that their kids won't be able to
on suffering: to give people hope that their life is better because too many people are suffering today in America.
on suppress: You get rid of Obamacare and replace it with something that doesn't suppress wages and kill jobs.
on sustained: all so that we can turn this into a driver for high sustained economic growth. And there should be a path
on sustained: for it. We should be for these things to create high sustained economic growth. And frankly, fixing our
on sustained: state that saw people lifted up, because we had high sustained economic growth. Our economy grew at double
on system: economic growth. And frankly, fixing our immigration system and turning it into an economic driver is part
on system: energy revolution in our midst, a broken immigration system that has been politicized rather than turning
on teachers: real school choice across the board, challenging the teachers union and beating them is the way to go.
on things: earned legal status, which means you pay a fine and do many things over an extended period of time.
on things: Of course we're for it. We should be for these things to create high sustained economic growth. And
on things: All these things languish while we have politicians in Washington using these as wedge issues.
on things: Here's my commitment to you, because I did it as Florida. We can fix these things.
on totaling: I cut taxes every year, totaling $19 billion. We were -- we had -- we balanced every budget. We went from
on tragic: We need to eliminate the sanctuary cities in this country. It is ridiculous and tragic ... (APPLAUSE)
on turning: And frankly, fixing our immigration system and turning it into an economic driver is part of this as
on turning: system that has been politicized rather than turning it into an economic driver. We're not
on vetoed: Because I vetoed 2,500 separate line-items in the budget. (APPLAUSE) I am my own man. I governed as a
on voucher: because as governor of the state of Florida I created the first statewide voucher program in the country,
on voucher: the second statewide voucher program, in the country and the third statewide voucher program in the
on washington: All these things languish while we have politicians in washington using these as wedge issues.
on washington: Here's what I believe. I believe we're at the verge of the greatest time to be alive in this world. But
on working: 6.5 million people are working part-time, most of whom want to work full-time. We've created rules and
on wouldn: when -- when we invaded, it was a mistake. I wouldn't have gone in, however, for the people that did lose
on written: to pick and choose who comes in. So I -- I've written a book about this and yet this week, I did

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