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'How Do You Take a Train to Europe?'


TRANSCRIPT:

TRUMP: "Last week, the massive government takeover, it would destroy our incredible economic gains. They introduced the so-called Green New Deal."

[Booing]

TRUMP: "It sounds like he high school term paper that got back a low mark. It was shut down American energy, I think the people of Texas would be happy with that."

[Booing]

TRUMP: "It would shutdown a little thing called air travel. How you take a train to Europe?"

TRUMP: "This crazy senator from Hawaii. How are we getting to Hawaii on a train? She didn’t think about that. She’ll figure it out. They want to take away your car, reduce the value of your home and put millions of American out at work. Spent $100 trillion, which by the way, there’s no such thing as 100 trillion. You have to spend $100 trillion. Remember this, no other country is going to do it. That’s a little problem. While the world real leaders like China would get many of our companies and factories. They would just move to China or other parts of the world. That’s the way the system works. It’s not going to happen. Don’t worry, it’s not going to happen."

[Cheering]

TRUMP: "100 trillion. Let’s spend 100 trillion. Let’s rip down every building in New York City and rebuild it environmentally slightly better."

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