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> https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/remarks-president-trump-
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> ice-president-pence-members-coronavirus-task-force-press-briefing-21/
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> I mean, you know, he started off as a helicopter pilot. They called him
> “Chopper.” His name was “Chopper.” He was a great helicopter
> pilot. It’s a tremendous skill. I know a lot about helicopters. And
> then he went to F-16s or F-18s, and he was a tremendous pilot. And then
> — he’s very smart. He studied nuclear energy and he was fantastic
> — and very few people have the aptitude, they have the mentality to do
> that. Nuclear energy is very complex. Very — it’s very hard. Very
> few people can do it. And he did it well.
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> And then he became the captain of a nuclear ship. Right? He became —
> of a — a replacement costs — if you look at replacement costs: $18
> billion of replacement cost. Right? So he’s got — on a
> replacement-cost basis, an $18 billion ship. You know, the President
> Gerald Ford — very expensive. That’s, you know, the nearest thing I
> can think of. But they’re spending money on that one like nobody’s
> ever seen.
>
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> https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/remarks-president-trump-
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> our-centers-disease-control-prevention-atlanta-ga/
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> THE PRESIDENT: And, by the way, NIH, what they’ve done — I spent
> time over there — and I like this stuff.
>
> You know, my uncle was a great person. He was at MIT. He taught at MIT
> for, I think, like a record number of years. He was a great super
> genius.
> Dr. John Trump.
>
> I like this stuff. I really get it. People are surprised that I
> understand it. Every one of these doctors said, “How do you know so
> much about this?” Maybe I have a natural ability. Maybe I should
> have done that instead of running for President.
>
> But you know what? What they’ve done is very incredible. I
> understand that whole world. I love that world. I really do. I love
> that world. And they should be given tremendous credit. And the whole
> world is relying on us.
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> https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/trump-
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> er-report-oranges-wind-farms-noise-cancer-a8852111.html
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> “I hope they now go and take a look at the oranges, the oranges of the
> investigation, the beginnings of that investigation,” Mr Trump said.
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> http://www.esquire.com/news-politics/politics/news/a52321/donald-trump-
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> roes/
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> The latest spelunk into the mind of the president-elect is an interview
> with The Times of London in which he was asked about the concept of
> heroes. The answer is, well, fascinating.
>
> Well, I don't like heroes, I don't like the concept of heroes, the
> concept of heroes is never great, but certainly you can respect certain
> people and certainly there are certain people — but I've learnt a lot
> from my father — my father was a builder in Brooklyn and Queens — he
> did houses and housing and I learnt a lot about negotiation from my
> father — although I also think negotiation is a natural trait, I don't
> think you can, you either have it or you don't, you get better at it but
> basically, the people that I know who are great negotiators or great
> salesmen or great politicians, it's very natural, very natural . . . I
> got a letter from somebody, their congressman, they said what you've
> done is amazing because you were never a politician and you beat all the
> politicians. He said they added it up — when I was three months into
> the campaign, they added it up — I had three months of experience and
> the 17 guys I was running against, the Republicans, had 236 years – ya
> know when you add 20 years and 30 years — so I was three months they
> were 236 years — so it's sort of a funny article but I believe it's
> like hitting a baseball or being a good golfer — natural ability, to
> me, is much more important to me than experience and experience is a
> great thing — I think it's a great thing — but I learnt a lot from
> my father in terms of leadership.
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> <https://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-mcmanus-trump-commander-
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> f-test-20160928-snap-story.html>
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> “I have a son. He's 10 years old. He has
> computers. He is so good with these computers, it's
> unbelievable. The security aspect of cyber is very,
> very tough. And maybe it's hardly doable. But I will
> say we are not doing the job we should be doing.”
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> http://www.esquire.com/news-politics/politics/news/a52321/donald-trump-
he
> roes/
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> The latest spelunk into the mind of the president-elect is an interview
> with The Times of London in which he was asked about the concept of
> heroes. The answer is, well, fascinating.
>
> Well, I don't like heroes, I don't like the concept of heroes, the
> concept of heroes is never great, but certainly you can respect certain
> people and certainly there are certain people — but I've learnt a lot
> from my father — my father was a builder in Brooklyn and Queens — he
> did houses and housing and I learnt a lot about negotiation from my
> father — although I also think negotiation is a natural trait, I don't
> think you can, you either have it or you don't, you get better at it but
> basically, the people that I know who are great negotiators or great
> salesmen or great politicians, it's very natural, very natural . . . I
> got a letter from somebody, their congressman, they said what you've
> done is amazing because you were never a politician and you beat all the
> politicians. He said they added it up — when I was three months into
> the campaign, they added it up — I had three months of experience and
> the 17 guys I was running against, the Republicans, had 236 years – ya
> know when you add 20 years and 30 years — so I was three months they
> were 236 years — so it's sort of a funny article but I believe it's
> like hitting a baseball or being a good golfer — natural ability, to
> me, is much more important to me than experience and experience is a
> great thing — I think it's a great thing — but I learnt a lot from
> my father in terms of leadership.
>
>
>
> https://foxtrotalpha.jalopnik.com/donald-trump-has-no-idea-what-
americas-
> nuclear-triad-is-1748283463
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> Donald Trump, who claims to be the “best on the military” among the
> 2016 Presidential candidates because he is the best at everything,
> apparently has no idea what the nuclear triad is. The revelation came
> during last night’s Presidential Debate when conservative talk radio
> host Hugh Hewitt asked Trump a question about the need to modernize our
> nuclear forces.
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> Oddly enough, a description of the Nuclear Triad was embedded in
> Hewitt’s question, yet Trump still stumbled around the question,
> making almost no sense throughout his reply.
>
> The exchange went as follows:
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> HEWITT: Mr. Trump... Dr. Carson just referenced the single most
> important job of the president, the command, the control and the care of
> our nuclear forces. And he mentioned the triad. The B-52s are older than
> I am. The missiles are old. The submarines are aging out. It’s an
> executive order. It’s a commander-in-chief decision.
>
> What’s your priority among our nuclear triad?
>
> TRUMP: Well, first of all, I think we need somebody absolutely that we
> can trust, who is totally responsible; who really knows what he or she
> is doing. That is so powerful and so important. And one of the things
> that I’m frankly most proud of is that in 2003, 2004, I was totally
> against going into Iraq because you’re going to destabilize the Middle
> East. I called it. I called it very strongly. And it was very important.
>
> But we have to be extremely vigilant and extremely careful when it comes
> to nuclear. Nuclear changes the whole ball game. Frankly, I would have
> said get out of Syria; get out – if we didn’t have the power of
> weaponry today. The power is so massive that we can’t just leave areas
> that 50 years ago or 75 years ago we wouldn’t care. It was
> hand-to-hand combat.
>
> The biggest problem this world has today is not President Obama with
> global warming, which is inconceivable, this is what he’s saying. The
> biggest problem we have is nuclear – nuclear proliferation and having
> some maniac, having some madman go out and get a nuclear weapon.
> That’s in my opinion, that is the single biggest problem that our
> country faces right now.
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> https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/remarks-president-trump-
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> eeting-e-cigarettes/ September 11, 2019
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> "And that’s how the First Lady got involved. I mean, she’s got a
> son — together — that is a beautiful, young man, and she feels very,
> very strongly about it. "
>

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