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“To all those in the sound of my voice who share our values, who know that we can be a stronger America at home and abroad, a more prosperous America — that we can revive America the way that Ronald Reagan did in the 1980s, and that we can add justices to the Supreme Court who honor and uphold our Constitution — now is the time to come out, to take the time to cast that vote and make Donald Trump the next president of the United States.” -Governor Mike Pence

“This is the day that everybody has been thinking about for a year-and-a-half, I mean, in an intense way. We’ve been thinking about it for much longer than that. Some of us have been thinking about it since 2012 and even some since 2009, but in terms of the recent campaign, everything that’s gone on has led to this day.”

“I think Trump’s crowds are about things besides Donald Trump. I don’t think, for example, if Trump loses, that the people who supported him are gonna go away. I don’t think the issues driving those people are gonna go away. I don’t think the Republican Party is just gonna be able to pick up where it left off before Trump got the nomination and resume its practices as though nothing has happened here.”

“I do not understand — and nobody’s gonna ever be able to make me understand — how a Republican could vote for Hillary Clinton. I just am never going to understand that, particularly Republicans that have been around and paying attention for the last 25 or 30 years.”

“Folks, I have total trust in you. I have never looked at those of you in this audience as needing to be led.” 

“A word of warning: Remember 2004, when the exit polls showed John Kerry winning in a landslide?”

“You see where Hillary said that she was humbled to vote for herself? She probably regrets she couldn’t vote more than once.” 

“Humbled? That’s what’s missing in the entire ruling class of Washington, DC. There isn’t any humility there. There is the expectation of total subservience by the people.” 

“I think, of the human condition is pessimism, and you have to fight it, and this is certainly one of those times where you have to.” 

“There’s fear and anticipation on both sides. I find that fascinating on a number of levels, and alternately I find it comforting and assuring and I’m sure if you want to find negatives, you can. I’m not predisposed to that. But many people are.” 

“If we automatically are suspicious, if we automatically reject the so-called objectivity of mainstream news networks, why would we not question whatever those same networks tell us via their polling data?” 

“You’ve got similarities in the polling data. But the one thing they said that makes this vastly different from 1980 is early voting. There wasn’t any early voting in 1980. Election Day voting was it.” 

“I did what I’ve always done, I didn’t change. You can call it boring if you want, but the one thing you never have to doubt is who I am and what I believe and what I tell you I believe. I have been Mr. Consistent for the entire 28-plus years I have been hosting this program.”  

“Why do we have months and months and months of polling, if time after time they end up saying when it comes down to crunch time, they can’t predict how things are gonna turn out? What does that mean to you? What does that actually tell us the polling data is used for?” 

“Obama represented the fact he was not George Bush. The media and the Democrats had successfully ginned up so much hatred for George Bush and the Republicans that all Obama had to be was different. All he had to do was represent “change.” Obama, in fact, was an empty canvas, if you recall. People could make Obama whatever they wanted him to be.” 

“Hillary Clinton ordered her maid to print out classified materials. ‘As secretary of state, Hillary Clinton routinely asked her maid to print out sensitive government emails and documents — including ones containing classified information — from her house in Washington.’ And this according to FBI memos and emails from WikiLeaks.” 

“Everybody needs to be informed, and I take great pleasure in informing you on things, and I love telling you what I think. I’m very proud of what I think. I love hearing myself say what I think, and I’m very, very sure of myself when I say it. If I’m not sure of myself, I won’t say it.” 

“I really think the crowds were there for Obama and not a movement, because Obama didn’t represent a movement. Obama represented the fact he was not George Bush.” 

“Obama was an empty canvas, if you recall. People could make Obama whatever they wanted him to be. He could be postracial. He could be postpartisan. He could be whatever people wanted. He was the first African-American. Whatever you wanted Obama to be, you could make it, because Obama was not running on a specific agenda. He certainly wasn’t running on the agenda that he has implemented.”   

“If Barack Obama had campaigned honestly about what was to become of the American health care system, he would not have been elected. If Obama had campaigned on what his economic plans would result in, he would not have been elected.”  

“I don’t think the Republican Party is just gonna be able to pick up where it left off before Trump got the nomination and resume its practices as though nothing has happened here.” 

“Those people who came out or who are going to come out and vote for Trump and attend his rallies, are there because of substantive issues that his candidacy represents. That’s not like it was in 2008 with people supporting Obama.” 

“We are more disrespected and laughed at by nations around the world, and we are a great nation at greater risk than ever before in the world today.” 

“We are in more wars than Obama could count when he assumed office in ’08.”    

“One-sixth of the private sector economy was just taken over by the federal government, and there’s no end in sight to this if Hillary Clinton wins. And as the government gets bigger, the private sector — quote, ‘the economy’ — gets smaller. The economy is where opportunity for American citizens is.” 

“It was a year and a half ago when this campaign began. Here we are today and the experts, pundits, commentariat can’t tell us what’s gonna happen! After a year and a half of trying to shape public opinion, after a year and a half of trying to get the result they wanted, they today cannot tell us what’s gonna happen. I find that refreshing, encouraging, and fascinating at the same time.” 

“It’s gonna be fascinating to watch the Republican Party deal with this, because the Republican Party, folks, is gonna have major problems whether Trump wins or loses.”  

“It’s really, really hard to compete against Santa Claus. And that’s how the government’s viewed by a lot of people. In fact, a lot of people think that’s what government’s for, is to take care of people. Feed people and provide for ’em, that’s what government is for. And you can’t blame ’em. That’s how they’ve been taught.”

“Donald Trump, from the get-go, never wavered. He always said he was gonna win and win big. In his world, he always has.”




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