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So come on, guys. First ever go. There you go, my boys. Yes, sir. Get in here, baby. Oh, that's my grandpa.
Yes. Take it easy.
Are you are you from yourself? Yeah. Well, yeah, absolutely. I live in my memory. Yeah, absolutely. Right up there. I just. This past weekend. You're. You're feeling well.
Oh yeah. Yeah, yeah. We're dealing with donations for your staff.
We have a you know, I was it was crazy, right? Oh, my goodness.
We have a country closely, as you said, Friday last night. He's going to see him just on your side. Will all be sitting 5:00. It's a great starting 1916.
He's not really leaving is the same. Tell him that. Just having an architect. Yes. Yeah. And I think there's only one case. Yeah. But it's his years longer than me. But yeah.
It's 50 miles. All the tops of the long run.
Sure. Some people may not want their pictures. You might just be aware he doesn't want his work. You must know other people no longer see this is an airfield with them every year. Yeah. Yeah, that's right. Yeah. Right. Finding out what you're measuring at. They also answer it based on some of your assumptions today. Yeah. Three rooms. You know we just got a job as a prosecutor. Yes. We are all 13.
The other thing is that he goes over to Shanghai. Yeah. Well, yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Kind of like a jury capital here. Cheers, everybody. Once again, you know you are the president. Thank you for being here.
Police blue jeans, the jacket with jeans are putting. I missed the golf thing. How are you? So Jackie is your commander? Yes, sir.
So he may. You have a very good speech.
One of the best pictures I've ever seen in the recent past during the congressional work, the congressional. Whatever it is, it's our Freedom Medal of Freedom. Yes. Which is the big deal. And your father may be one of the best speeches I've ever seen. Oh, thank you. And that's pretty good. I've seen a lot of knowledge. That's what I said. Are you a professional speaker? He said no. I said, then maybe you should.
OK. I'll tell you. He's a he's usually very nervous public speaking like I am right now.
But. But, you know, even though we're very happy for him, he did a great deal. So what is it, your cousin or whatever had the hole in one the other day? Yes, sir. It was something. This joint looks good. How good a golfer is he? Much better than me. I mean, we look like he's a real player. His sweet fifteen years old.
Yes. He has the gene, I guess, right? Yeah. Just give me. Why are you not that good of a golf? No, I could play, but he's just like you looking. What did you get down? What was your lowest handicap? I'm a three right now. See you.
Three would be a bad player. What is your last name again? What's that? 18. I'm proud of you. It's a great, great family, sailor. Oh, yes, sir. They say guys walk, especially, especially people. Thank you all very much. Great to be with you. You see what's happening? We're doing really well. I don't know why I get nothing but bad publicity in the polls. But they are there at the highest level they've ever been since we've since we've been in office quite a bit higher than Election Day, which was pretty amazing.
That was an amazing day.
We were it was never there have. Recently, your grandfather that I said, you know what you did? He said it was incredible. I said what you did in Monaco. You went 18 matrices. And no, it's not as. Yes, it is.
I still say it's harder and more improbable to win 18 outside.
Right. That looks like it's gonna be a tough one. But we're doing better than ever before and we're accomplishing a lot. The North Korea thing is moving along really well. We have a site now where, you know, we picked a site they announced pretty soon and location plus a date. And he really wants to do something good. Part of the reason he wants to do two things. I mean, maybe the rhetoric and maybe we put sanctions like you wouldn't believe.
The team is heading over to China today, tonight to work on the whole trade craziness because, you know, they've been averaging five hundred billion dollars a year and you were doing that. Yes. Well, there always goes into next year. Brutal. You know, they're tough. But I always say when you're five hundred billion dollars down, you can't lose the trade. Again, it's like somebody said today. But why? You know, because I'm I'm doing a very aggressive.
And that is all sort of like off the record, right? Yes. They said, why would you be doing that with Judge Abath upon you could do much. I said give, but much less as you get your suit. This is like you own a baseball team and it's the first inning. And the other team scores thirty two runs.
What do you I the way you start a new game the next day? Very few runs in the first inning because that's basically what it is. We're five hundred billion down with. We're eight hundred billion down throughout the world.
Eight hundred thirty year a year or so in this year has been incredible. And then you have the globalists that think that's OK, but they're wrong. You know, they think it's fine when a factory or plant moves to Mexico and open it up and you lose 3000 jobs in Michigan. It's not it's, you know, people, smart people, they really believe in. But then you have other smart people that don't believe. But I'm wonderful. Thank God varies in that world with steel in Ohio.
Well, tell me. And I hear steel is doing better now. How are we done? They are. We have fifteen plants in the US making steel tubing, one in Canada. I'm originally I thought I started in Canada, 19 years old. Three hundred employees. And we're now the largest steel consumer in the U.S. We actually find more steel in General Motors. But if we look very substantial tariffs on steel, we're putting we're doing pretty big numbers are stopping some of it from coming.
And I don't want stop too much because I don't want to run out of steel because the economy's doing really well. So are you finding it's better now that because of what I'm doing? So there's no question the price of domestic steel has gone up, which has helped the domestic steel industry, which is where it needs to be. There is a healthy price, right? There is too low and too right. So there's a healthy price where you can make nice returns and invest in the equipment and invest in the industry.
We've certainly seen that on our product. The tariffs are definitely had an effect. The issue we still have is now that the price of domestic steel has gone up. Chinese steel steel infiltrates the ones that have tried to act as an importer lives. They do. They do. It's all backdoor. It's all Whac-A-Mole. So they're still using that steel to go through Thailand, through Taiwan. The worst, unfortunately, is South Korea. And I think they pound a lot of you were doing a big number for that.
Can you believe this? What's amazing is we spend billions of dollars to save them from North Korea and the thinking we get is through our interest.
But so the tariffs are. So they hurt the dren shipping, right? Yes. So they train shipping what steel? China's to Chinese steel, primarily South Korea, South Korea's to Thailand. We pass pro grossly over North Korea. You know, Alaska and iPods. You know how we ever got involved in South Korea in the first place, you know? Tell me about how we ended up in a Korean War. Wolf, I want Korean War to keep these two places from the war over there.
You don't give up now. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Not only that.
I mean, they're one of the toughest traitors we do business with and probably tougher than China. They're just smaller. So the numbers are small. We have a 32 billion dollar deficit with South Korea. And then they say, well, you know, people I asked a general, so what do you think? We're doing this service for trade? I said, well, listen. Five hundred billion dollars. You know that area. So we're doing it for trade.
But we're losing 500 billion, including China. We're losing 32 billion with South Korea. So it's it's crazy. But, you know, it is what it is and it's coming out of good. And a lot of good things are happening. And the trade deals are being negotiated, including the deal with South Korea to quote the code. What do you make of the quota deal? Well well, the quotas are the key. We lowered it by 30 percent.
Yes. That's absolutely key. If we can do that, once you throw out I don't want to be on a point. And one thing I know I don't want to be at a point where we don't have enough steel in this country. All of a sudden, skill triples. And remember, I'm that I'm a steel wire. I'm not a producer. So I'm on the end of that. Right. So I have to compete to buy that steel.
And I don't want to steel. I don't want to be at a point where I don't have steel doors to hear. So I fully support steel prices going up in the steel industry being how it is if I don't have them, I'm dead. But the corners throttling back enough where we can sit there and have a continue. You know what we're doing in South Korea, one of our. Yes. Perfect. 30 percent back that that number, if you use that number for most of the other bass players, what I call the Dirty, Dirty Dozen.
Well, that would solve everything. Don't forget, you know, when I do the tariffs and nobody talks about they talk about jobs and the best deal that she's been doing much better. And like you are, Steel's opening up like four plants now, which is unthinkable. They haven't done it in 30 years. Don't forget that the country's taken in billions of dollars. You know, nobody talks about that. When you charge 25 percent and 15 percent or 10 percent for aluminum and that all that stuff is pouring in and you're charging a 25 percent tax on the steel that's coming in.
We're taking in as a country billions of dollars. Nobody talks about that. They talk about jobs and they talk about steel plants. But to me, the big thing, I mean, we're taking in billions and billions of dollars for doing nothing. We're also negotiating deals that we could have never negotiated because countries are now coming to us begging to negotiate deals that have been screwing this for years. They screw us so badly, it's hard to believe. And now they're coming.
We'd like to talk like the European Union. Yeah. Beauty to make with any around as well as with everybody.
Mr. President, we're about two countries. One sells us lemons. Argentina made about $3 with Argentina. We have actually a deficit of trade deficit a tiny bit. We could think of 800 billion, including the brother. We were the first company ever desease China at the WTO. And, you know, when we went there and the WTO is the problem, it is, you know, left without the WTO challenges. But we beat China.
And all they did in the trenches is they go to a different location and ship it in through 11 different man. It got all sorts of ways. Plus, it ends up our company does well and we're very happy. But we could employ another thousand people making seventy eighty one hundred thousand dollars a year if it was more expensive. If we could have we could probably out back the rock quantum of these imports coming in. We would absolutely have three points.
Now they're completely idle, close because of South Korea and Thailand.
I would open them up overnight if those if those imports were throttled back.
And what we've seen in March and April actually have gone.
They've gone up because they're trying to beat the deadline. And we'll see if they promise that I can. And supposedly they're using up their quarters, which hopefully start January 1 of this year. And they use up. We would have another seven hundred two thousand four. Well, we're going to you're going to see prices go up. You're going to see hopefully not too much. See, I have a theory that if we didn't put quotas on China subsidizes this.
To. If we didn't see quotas, this still wouldn't even go. Yeah. Because they'll put more money into it. Even with the 25 percent. Yes. It's still not because they just put more money into it. And we take it a lot of money. You know, we make a fortune on it. So we'll see. Aluminum has gone down. I put a 10 percent tax on aluminum coming in. It's actually gone down 4 percent.
Now it's about even. But it actually started going down in. So it's been it's been pretty wild. We're going to have some I think we're gonna have some very good times, but we have some very big trade deals to worry about China. You know, when they hear what we're proposing now, you have not to be.
I don't that just doesn't match the WTO and everything. Yeah. Well, the WTO is worse than them. Yeah. WTO solaria. Well, the people that made the deal with WTO were smart people. They made a deal with the WTO where we lose every lawsuit until the last year. In the last year, we've won every lawsuit because they all think I'm going to pull our country. You know, we're like the punching bag. We're like the dummies that get punched in the face all day long and come back for more.
And. But they now know that I'm like, I get the WTO. China didn't become great until the WTO from the day they joined the WTO, which was a Clinton disaster. They went up like a rocket ship. They were this way for a thousand years. And then they got into the WTO and they've taken over. Look, I give you credit. They have taken advantage. Yeah. But I give them credit. We let them. I say never again and again.
We gave our federal leaders, our great geniuses, their first knowledgeable push against us into the war. He gets us into the Middle East. That was a bloody mess until the Middle East. So we're in the Middle East right now for seven trillion dollars. Wow. And if you want to fix a window on a school that out of the. You know, it's like we're into the Middle East as of this moment for seven trillion now it's over 18 years.
Did we borrow that from China? Yes. Probably a good deal. Well, that's the beauty of red China rips us love. China rips us for years and we owe them to truly incredible. 2 trillion worth of what is essentially a manipulator currency.
So the WTO allowed China to do what they did. The WTO was a weapon to hurt the United States, to allow people to enrich themselves. And European Union is the same know. The European Union is a group of countries that got together to screw the United States. About a similar that. And frankly, they're probably worse than China, in a sense, just smaller and worse than China in the sense of barriers. We lose one hundred and fifty one billion of them.
Maybe not so much as coffee as it does for the European Union to have that. You know, it doesn't sound like it. You know, the European Union, we're all sort of from there. But it's the European Union's brutal, but we're changing that. They can't even believe it. So time fun. Well, it didn't before.
I think resolve is finally right, though, to see resolve. But a lot of people you have people that work for me that just so they want to make these deals and just do nothing. You know, they're just not really be. You know, Congress, when they come, please don't go after NAFTA too hard. I'd like to terminate you. Right. Oh, my God. Petrified because they know what they have. You know, like the farmers who raid actually with the farmers do what they have.
And they've been on a downward trend for 15 years. So it's you know, it has a downward trend. You could be in an upward trend. But to do that, you have to shake it up. Meaning you terminate, you know, a couple of deals like NAFTA. NAFTA's the worst deal we ever made. I think the WTO is actually the worst. I think the World Trade Organization maybe is worse because it allowed China to kill us, but we don't have any good ones.
Hillary Clinton made a deal with the South Koreans. You know, that was in South Korea. Do you know that deal? That was a Hillary special. Absolutely. Going to make two hundred and fifty thousand jobs. And she was right for South Korea.
So I think that we have to believe me. She said this is going to create two hundred fifty thousand two hundred and fifty thousand jobs. And she was right. It did decide where you sign off on that as your golf club and golf course is doing it.
Yes, sir. Nice flowers.
Oh, it's fantastic. You said they had the president's cup presence twice a day. Yeah. Yeah, that's right. He's going to have you like the presidents.
Good luck. So the president's cup has never been the writers can. That's right. The contract is back. The Ryder Cup is the most unbelievable sporting event. The president has kept his good, but it's never been the same. And you would think the concept is better.
Concept is better the rest of the world. But the competition is not quite there as it is. You know, he also make sense. So we're playing Britain or whatever U.K. and that competition is tougher than what we play the world. Figure that one. What? Right. Golf again.
But isn't that right? His grand when every presidents cup. But put the Ryder Cup. It's tough to win. The Ryder Cup is only like the U.K., but the spirit at the Ryder Cup is really a unique experience. And the Presidents Cup so far has never captured it.
But I would tell you, it was an amazing venue for Korea. Never been to Asia.
It's been Australia growing at a women's tournament in a big one. They have it. It's called the Crown. The LPGA crown and its current is eight nations. And you have four player teams, women's and it's U.S., Germany, Spain, Korea, etc.. It's being held at the Jack Nicklaus Golf Club this fall.
How is he doing? How's business over there? Good. Golf is unbelievable.
I mean, collusion and the corruption with the government is horrendous. Getting screwed. Oh, is that we're getting screwed so badly. And I wrote you a letter of recommendation. Did you ever talk to my grandpa? Two days ago. Three days ago. He was very appreciative. Immigration. So. You're reaching out on that letter is fine. I mean, I know they have the letter because the president told me he got the letter. So they must be treating it pretty good.
But for eight years of Obama, I want to say shame. I'm suffering. There you go. I took a chance and took a risk. Eight years and the guy finally hit Congreso. Mr. Gill, we should time. The prison is not interested in helping business.
I go you one time. You must keep up with just me tough dealing with these fees. No, but I'll tell you what we have. That is all part of the free trade agreement. Don't sign that agreement.
So who's to blame? Why didn't you don't it until Brother Jack and I worked together? Right. Yeah, I imagine he has another message for you. Go ahead. Well, you know, you kind of preface the conversation who you've chosen a spot for. You're meeting with Kim Jong un and the North Korean leadership in the coming months. But if you would consider a song, go for that song. Does the city that stands, you know, the 70 percent owner and the master planner of my family, specifically the Gaels as well, be honored if you would, consider others who are very far down the line.
But I'm already well, you know that Kim Jong un is a great golfer.
You know, I always rehearse record 18 days. It's all going to me. You know, this is you play in Brazil. I want to be right. He wants to be the guy. You look like a beginner. Hitter that he shot an eight.
You know what? I was the brains, rather, wasn't the father of the bride. There is one weird. A rocket driver is actually his right. So, you know, they said she had an 18 hole in one of Geritol for him. Yeah. Get the best line. AMR's. I didn't call him Shorten. OK. That is a good spot. Is the x ray. Okay, great. Great. I thought the best way to fix it is just be different pieces of the prize when they're talking about the Nobel Prize.
But it was very. Absolutely. But, you know, the funny thing was that the.
Thank you, fellas. That's good. Business is good. Look at this. One of the.
Because they say that they don't know it's he said today that Trump should get the president. Trump should get the Nobel. This is a little early because Obama got it.
Never did anything that's going in eight days in. He got a full win in the election. Yeah, that's exactly right. Think election. That's going to get it out.
And I think we shipped one hundred twenty five thousand pounds for this border fence. Border wall. Right. And that started up again. And we just started shipping goods or 20000, the tubing for possible replacements. Tahrir Square. Yes, that's what we mean. So these were the right wingers shiny finish. Were you doing a rush to nowhere with that? That beat the clock finish and then 19? I can't believe how they can plan that. Yeah, they do.
But we are now watching it. Yes, we have heard that. Is that you provided great. But it's a fantastic feeling for the film industry in the US. Proud abuse of life. And that's great. Why are you doing with the Army Corps of Engineers, you know? Oh, wait a minute. With bowling action pictures. But now we're doing it through companies like Dr. Steel and others who are getting up on that. All Americans feel American.
George Clooney. Well, it's going up. Yeah. We're very proud to see what's going on the border. Can you believe it?
Yes. It's incredible. Obama President Thank. They identified a problem where you take a look at them. You have thousands of people. And if you really look, take the world, I tell you, to keep walking. You can see it clearly now. Few people can get out. It's amazing that they can show me up that scale that now holds up. And that's roughly outside of our state. They galvanized you have to be able to see through the wall.
I think you have see to the wall. But you never know what's on the other side that every border agent tells us. I want to get through with it because I really want a concrete wall 30 feet high, very slick outside. But yesterday, you know, they actually said that these drug dealers, it's so dangerous to have a solid wall because they take the drugs and it weighs 100 pounds approximately, you know, sexual assault, etc. And they throw it over.
They throw it out over the wall and it goes over the wall and it will land on the guy's head. And he goes.
What does mean? Yeah. No, our border guys would be. Oh. And they throw it from once. So if you can't see through the wall, they throw the drugs, you have a catapult, they throw it over the wall and it lands on the other side of the wall and it can hit people. Can you imagine you get hit with a hundred pounds? Thank you. Thank you. You're saying they were never married? I was on the other side.
They were very smart to begin with. They usually have the deals and the others are waiting beyond that break. But when they see the border guys. So they head out. The whole thing is is preposterous. But I would have loved to have seen a concrete wall. You just can't do that. You're holding in California's proposal. Yesterday's pretty good. I mean, you've seen the design, so. And then it slows him down. I'm close to migrate closer so they can get in.
I would actually have to do one is like that. But now it's swarming. Right. It's got to sink. It's got nothing in between the cells. They go out like light bulbs. And it's got very strong points. And that that'll be much tougher. What is that? Well, it's like pointed. Yeah, well, no way. They're just like in a diamond corner to corner and they can't. You've got it. You've got all this application of life.
And how sharp is that? Very sharp. I mean, the reason I think that's pretty cool is. Come on. Come on. Glazer, it's very hard to shimmy over that side. Here, here, in here. Not dropping over.
Which is one reason you're young. So it was a little better how we're going to win that they can't give you a heck of a lot more power. Well, I know it's just picks up by, you know, most times you don't. But I think the economy is so good. That's good. That's fine. I think the economy is so good. It wouldn't do much better than people we have here. Just I guess it's complacency. Something happens when you win the presidency and then you go on and win the presidency two years after that.
History, it's almost like 100 percent. It's a lie. And there's nothing. A hundred percent.
I think ninety three percent of the time they lose the midterms. But I think, you know, look, we have to see what the economy is in a few months is going to be good for me. I think so. Right.
Exactly. You know, the stock market's up 40 percent since I was actually the economy is actually better than. The way I got into a discussion with someone in real estate about immigration, I like I like every person from the different immigration. We need people over here. Of course, you would like to read. What did President Trump say? That we didn't need immigration. I said love. Let me let me put it in a really easy thing.
You're in real estate, your own building, your water main that comes into the building. Give me water. Good clean water in the building. You're right. Yeah. What do you do in warm embrace? How do you fix it? The will you shut it off? You shut it off and then you fix it and the curtain back on you bring my likely you'll shut the pump into the basement. Pump it up was still broken. I could call president Trump wants to do the Watergate broken.
You need to shut it down ticket and bring the water back into civilian control. It's all Americans. You need someone who's going to come here who can actually contribute, not just one couple. And it doesn't work like this. It's free and apprehend. You see what's going on in Dearborn, Michigan.
It's unbelievable. Unbelievable. It's unbelievable. What about the century city? That's completely credible. Like you live in a their work is all changing.
They're changing. They realize it's terrible. Yeah, they screw this whole caravan is a positive because it showed them how crazy it is.
Where is it now? Are they have the morning waiting? They have lovers, every idea. But these are the days that's going to man the House or the Senate.
The people that came to them voted.
Since the evening you do wake up when you find out and that don't be complacent. More of our job is to make sure that they realize that just because he is not on the ticket doesn't mean that he's not on the ticket to. Right. You he is on the ticket. You have won the race in Arizona three nights ago. Plus, we're getting no credit for that schedule because I want to fly 24. So you want to play six? Even here.
I would have taken the two votes is OK as far as I'm concerned. But, you know, the headline are that was much more severe right now. And, you know, we won six titles and nobody talks about. We won six of. Special races. I think he was when you were Roy Moore. So they were more run when no one except for those that were to happen doesn't tune in.
Two years ago, I was with Goldman Sachs and I said to President Trump. Trump was in love with the new trade me absolute on January 1, and now it's out there. Why do you think that? That's because I'm an the same think I with the real workers, the forgotten people want, you know, not everyone at work in Silicon Valley. I'm not going to retrain someone, Insurance and Sylvania to go to Silicon Valley for 55 years old.
They can't sell their house there. They deserve to earn a good living. What's wrong with working with your hands?
And, you know, my point is turn up. You did. And that night we were jumping up and down with our son on the bed. And I'm texting these guys at Goldman Sachs saying, I told you, I told you so.
So exciting evening. That was a. We can't believe all this. ESPN said that was the greatest sporting event in support of what a sporting event didn't stop in Ohio. It's just women standing up there.
That's why we are 99 percent. We have like three votes. You and we're like, you know, why are you trying to figure out anything that's all about CNN?
Just drive ours. Yes. They were there. I was there. Absolutely. They're going one direction. Mr. President, the press is now more crazy.
I got a thousand thousand employees in Pennsylvania under a hard hat, flying by, about 200 of them sitting in the back of the report using. Very well, I think the press is now more crazy than they were and they go on totally doubling down, you know. You know, maybe there had been best real estate deal is getting a renfree in their heads for a few years and they've never gone nuts. Well, I think we're going to I think we're going to do well.
But, you know, I don't want to say too much, but I think we we do better than people. Kathy Chaney, I have been here. Well, they have lonely life. I mean, you have this one woman, MAXINE Waters.
She's a very low IQ person.
She's like, oh, we all have no go ahead, caller. And it's a like since I've seen them, I don't hear from her anymore.
This regime has a pretty good backbone, right?
Do to touch on this whole like pop culture. So you can't be. Sounds pretty good about a good economy. And I know our weekends with Charlie cars. And so, yes, it's been great. I should probably call home because when we were kids, we would become great.
I mean, she worked for Charlie a genius as well. You're just not brilliant, you know. And you thought it was a big article today, one of the big papers talking about how the Democrats are losing the stranglehold on the millennials.
And it's literally all you like. What are some of 60 year guys? 20. And now they're texting. Did you. Did you hear? Did you hear? Did you see her Instagram and or move out now? My son sat me down and I say, did you hear me calmly? What's on my mind right now? Jack, I hear you. Let me. It's just a very hot, very strange ratio. It is just interesting that the young people, they are talking about the high schoolers in Canada, by the way.
Yes. You're talking in this state. So I have to. Not too good.
Come my way about it.
Look, how are your businesses going? How are they doing? Run lot of natural gas as well as housing. So why are the prices so there's so much oil. Gas. Natural gas, Z0 back here. But oil oil is almost at 70. Wall Street. But I would think that somebody someplace there's no need to for it because there's a monopoly of wealth.
Yeah. But I don't have kids. You know, they shot themselves in the foot when they started it by 2015. Dorothy. So what do you do? You aren't the frackers out now because of the price that they're doing. Crazy opening up new wells. That's what I've heard. You can't have 30 is too low. Yeah, 80. 90 is too high.
Chad, healthy range. And there they can make money there at 65. Yeah. See frap cracklings change for you for use of fracking. Well for time I make two or they use the pumps. It's really cool exploration production. Yeah, they're much happier. Well Hartington. Yeah. Technology is so much different. All right.
Well where is the fracking sharding launches? You know, for a while. The president's two years. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. I didn't. It will happen tomorrow. This is a really good work with Texas. Western drilling is really hurting banks, which is going so with that drive. Personally, I think it should be done. Helps Texas sort of one where? No, 15 to 30 when they produce it. I was driving in grand jury on this one.
Is it going to work, actually.
So it should really right now basically absolute right meaning are producing as much as we are own. Yeah, but it wasn't for West Texas. We probably have eighty five. Colorado. Yeah. No more. Probably more. So how big is West Texas comparatively comparing like West Texas to Saudi Arabia. What's what's your difference. Probably 60 percent. Sixty six point six million barrels a day. You don't get it. Norton, it's a lot. Yeah. Yeah.
That's just West Texas. West Texas. What's the quality of West Texas slopes? It's really high. So what's the quality of Venezuela? Very bad was very heavy, heavy, heavy, heavy salt. And it was there hurting. Right. Riding the Venezuelan oil because our refineries are already there. So seems to to light sweet crude like we have here. You know, that's why we export. Yeah.
Yeah, we use it. We're actually already into other lines this week. Right. That's a problem. We need new refined new refineries that are able to refine. That was the last time we built a new reality. Under the tax. You can certainly I think 1979 or doubling down.
Just put it before cellphones. Yeah. What time you got? Tell me.
Last week in a big like Texas, which the little bitty dot and the Permian Basin, he pulled into a Motel 6 cost him four hundred and fifty dollars for nothing. When is that?
Last week. Well, just about the geopolitical consequences of LNG changes the game. Right. If we export LNG, we can we can show we are Europe and Putin's done. Yep. Which is why more expensive wine could learn something from a national security. And you know how fantastic it. But he's over. He's gone. Well, how about Germany opening up a pipeline into Russia? And we're supposed. To be fighting Russia. Right. All right, so Germany is paying Russia particularly in dollars a month.
Crazy. And they're a member of NATO. Yes. Figured areas and they can carry out their political plans and give them back 90 percent of the cost of NATO. Well, we're in the process of purchasing energy over the Ukraine right now. That should help cut off Russia. How did you do it? Don't ask that. They love you, though. I can tell you how much they love you, right? Great. They're great fighters. Great fighters.
They love you. They are. They're great fighters. They've been fighting for so long. They don't know what to do without fighting. Russia has had it right under under their direction some time. They're waiting for direction. I can tell you that much. They're ready. I think there's a definitely good. But it's a problem. I'm big, I guess. Just hopefully word of Javelin missiles over there. Right. They the anti-tank. Yes. No.
Yes. They might not today. I guess so. I read about it today. I want to add, it must have happened within the last couple days. They're getting good. But I'm listening. Russia ever goes in and gets Ukraine. I don't. I would love to. I'd love to, but they're scared of you right now. They got what they wanted. They want to access the NSA. Now, really, you know, they want Ukraine.
Ukraine is a vast I mean, I'll create. And neither do the resources in Ukraine. Our trauma here in West Texas. Exactly. And right now, not only that, the Ukraine is a sort of the thought the thought sort of their throat because of supplying the pipeline, because all the pipeline goes through Ukraine to Poland has oil.
A lot of people. No one in Europe. Yeah, we could. Ukraine. Yes. Come see, they get overly much. They don't have any money. Exactly. Exactly. They've they've been on the companies going too risky because exactly the point they were supporting the Clintons for all these years and hoping that, you know, then when you obviously you wanted to be known everywhere. BIDEN Yeah, that was a big reason to having. Rand WASHBURNE He's able to ensure some economic investment in Ukraine.
The I guess, geology very similar to West Texas. Well, be in West Texas or whatever. The next potential is number one. And the potential is incredibly communists. Great records. Yes. Everything around movie, they have everything there. They just right now waiting for your support a little bit to make sure, because obviously, if they go on their own, Russia, well, we'll let them do it because they'll cut off a lot of their revenue.
How long will they last in a fight with Russia? Very, very along without us. Not very long without Russia. Also, keep in mind, talks a big game, but they're not ready to. He's not. He did. They're not ready to play Russia's 13th economy. Yeah, I grew up in big game.
But now he talks a big game. But, you know, even with Syria, it was a great, great job. How did you get a feeling about it? All right. They're actually very much, very much appreciate everything you're doing. Do they feel they're going to be OK? She's going to be OK if you support them? Yeah. Don't look at the shooter as a good guy. He's a he's. He wants the right thing for.
I mean, it's always us that has to support every one of these members. Your why isn't a Germany supporter. He's very much supporting Germany in support of him. So Germany is going behind him because that was his supporting rationale for supporting Russia. You think so? Oh, I think so. To get him to pay it off.
You understand? Just make sure it doesn't exactly need support from you. I love that. Exactly. I love the European countries and there backstabbing us, basically, and dealing with Russia. And that's why you're having such. I think if you take over the biggest problem there, I think where we we need to start is we gotta get rid of the ambassador. Is she still left over from the Clinton administration or the ambassador or Ukraine? Yeah. And she's basically walking around telling everybody, wait, he's going to get impeached.
I mean, it's incredible. So you'll be gone tomorrow? Yes. I'm watching. I just I don't remember what he said. It will be now that we have a secretary of state. Let's get rid of her. Right. What am I interrupting there? OK. Get her out. Take her out. OK. I'll do it. Take it slow. You'll be great. Yes. My great, great charity right now is going to be good.
He's doing a good job already. The gym. Know we're going to go. Pretty good. We got a lot of interesting. Good stuff. Where's your president? Right. Why can't you walk down to the FBI?
What TV cameras did they give me the 1.2 million pages literally with TV care? Give me the one. Why don't you tell your viewers here or decon data? Oh, it's so incredible. I can't even believe it. I can't yell at the TV anymore.
No, it's it's it's a deep state deal. It's going good. You see the other side. Unbelievable. Yeah. And this stuff that they have is so bad. About the other side that they trying to keep it from hiding it was coming in. Are you waiting for the timing of it? You have to wait. I'm waiting for the to smart, but it's such it's such bad stuff. Like always guilty. Oh, he's. He has a glorious.
I can get to the changes. A story. I came out here. He looks like you're a very tenuous setup. Was the biggest backfire in the history. It's like, yes, they were so sharp. Either way, they weren't prepared for.
He's just you can look at him on TV. I mean, you know, it's embarrassing. I know the left, the lefties. It's not even the conversation. They're just going. Joe, I'll make it up. But they're not so happy. Not long ago. He's going to do as president. Thank you very much for the sacrifice that you and your family. Wait, you're not gonna shoot, but you're very wise. I got the president, so I can't have different from other.
I don't want to stay.
I know my mom. I got president.
You know what President Apple chose? Everybody liked the burger habits. I'm sure everyone had a choice.
I know they brought me a shrimp cocktail to look at who else has been listed here. Thanks. Great. It's amazing. My second. This is great. I like it when they see recruiters in the Bay Area downstairs. So I think Russia a president. I love this place. So what have you thought about allowing banking in some of these states that allow cannabis from the banking to allow them to thank the money, cannabis use? You're talking about marijuana, right?
We're talking about just a state. Sorry. I'm talking about what you can't do, mentation. That's the biggest problem because none of the banks has a little bit. It's all working and federal because that's so important, because I don't know if that's a good thing or bad. I'm sure you don't use education with a lot of people like them. Well, the reason why I'm saying military and the vets, they were there. Exactly. Well, the real curveball I've been bringing it up is because it was very hard to figure out how to replicate the midterms and everything that's going on.
And like you said, I think it's a tremendous, tremendous movement with a lot of things that I'm doing. I was little. I think I did. I think there is a combination. I think it's something that is in the future that no matter how you look at it, I think it's something that's already so far out that you're not going to stop it. I think you need to be I haven't seen and I think you need to control it because a lot of them, your actions as it goes goes and I can't draw it.
I don't know. I just don't think that's right. Oh, but there is by design humanoids.
Yeah. Did you take a look at your opiate crisis? And then the veterans. It's actually good for opioids.
Yes, yes. Yes. Life begins. Yeah, I'll say that. True. Yeah.
Between that and alcohol.
As far as I'm concerned, alcohol does much more damage. Much more damage. So you don't get it. You don't see people driving even even 100 percent. You don't see people beating the one at home. Well well, this marijuana, it just didn't work.
This what? I want the money. Right. I want to recommend to you this, not to the one or the other, but what I want you to recommend is to start a company. So now I'm a bipartisan from business, Joe. Politician marijuana. Just have young people in the race to see you have here a year. And so you know where to go in order to make the right decision. It's produced by just putting the committee together.
I'll give you a great will give you such a worthless extra of in the middle of the you heard a lot of the article believing it was my idea to be able to, you know, so I wrote down a lot of special regulator. Like even Dana right now joined the mix. But you know what I'm using? Of course, it's what you might want about my friend from the cops. You probably think there's a lot of people out. Did you get the right information?
One of the things I did also leave behind. I have had rollers go some statistics and information that I think is extremely important for you to take a look at. I think for a minute just to be there again. True. We're not talking about going one way or the other. I think the most important day for you to be I haven't it because it was he went out. Got 30 states already legalized it. And you got 90 percent of 1800 marking.
I'm not involved in that business, but I have a lot of friends that are. I'm in the energy industry critical. I've been watching you. Over the years I live in Florida, I've seen what it does in Florida, I've seen how some are doing that with very rich grass roots, we actually holding a fundraiser for him. I know it's not a reason a drink is very hard, but you're gonna be close by that call. I know I.
I think if we're ever going to win this, I mean, we're. We've been in those already for a while. But I think we've got a good shot this time. We don't. So I think if anybody gets over, it's going to do it. But we have a very state of. Great. I just had lunch with asking week for percent. Body fat is fantastic. Still regulate it anyway. We need the right to extra-virgin with the breaking out right out of darling.
And it's like a movie night. So again, it's a very easy subject. That's right. I think we need to go when we've already got the longest. If have a comedian that could give you the right direction. That's bipartisan. That's one way or the other. I think that you could be ahead of the game and make the right decision because you will make the right decision. Which way? And that's what it says. I'll leave some stuff behind.
How are you doing? Good, man. What are you doing now?
He's my partner in the energy industry. How good will purchasing right now? We're the process of purchase in a bidding war with Ukraine. Is privatizing one of their biggest energy companies? I get it. So you're involved or you can drag me where you are? Oh, yeah. Well, we've created problems. If you know, it will bring in Turkey. You know, really great. Actually, I'm running very close to you right away.
Drunk Turkey's bryz dealing with Turkey.
They like to play in either party, but they play both sides. And one of the things we're trying to get racial works out, being on Turkey's talk to the Russians right now to put a pipeline for their games and nuclear reactor. And right now, I think we're actively tried. So we're able to do what we're doing. We'll be able cut off Russia at the knees and put a pipeline from Ukraine under the water and start and supply interim energy like we Waterfield understand under.
What I know is that pipelines. Oh, here. How did you get along with your city? You know what? Every time I think know I'd be like mayors. I'm not. So I'm more than that. So how does that go?
Understand? Yeah, I think that's what we thought this was rather idea. We could have found that nobody was buying it.
You know, like my grandfather, Cindy, eight years old, he doesn't need to deal with that kind of ego. But, you know, he came in with a sizable investment and we saw the time it was the right thing to beat. Exactly. And we figured for his. So you just sort of sitting back there, he was telling me, just going to sit back and who cares? Where is he? We're we're trying to figure out ways to deal with his noncompete right now, because within the company he's got, I think, a five year non-compete.
And we're we're meeting with seventy-eight five years or so.
But I mean, it's it's I think this is really I mean, between him and you for a great designers and they worked. You don't want to waste five years. And at the end of five years, you could do what you wanted. You wanted it. As you know, if you have any kind of celebrity attached to you, it's kind of hard to enforce non-compete in that way so that all the news that we get back is positive on the five year span.
But in the meantime, they're trying to figure out ways they've got to do things in the pipeline where they can restructure some deals. You know, if they're not taking upfront design fees, maybe you factor in a charitable aspect.
So he's going to find a way to do some work which he likes anyway. Exactly. And he's got, as you know, the Nicholas show of. But it's just that it's exhausting. But, you know, because I know that guy, Howard, these are your guys on stand up in imposture nearby guy. Yes. Did he buy it? I believe so. Within the last year or so. What's that? Golf magazine. Well, golf magazine.
What company? Well, what company? Howard bought Golf magazine. But what if for 50 million dollars? Ten years ago, you would have paid 300 million? Well, 15 million. That's a fifteen. Do you believe that's what our print is going? Well, my magazines at Denver do that. Doesn't that print is out the door?
Do you think happens on cable TV? I think it's I think cable TV is OK. We'll see if we ever lost an election. Cable TV is dead.
Imagine if they had a global candidate. They talk about Trump stories. Trump coming up. They call it talk about how they have a normal candidate. Hillary, crooked Hillary. Nobody else would. Their ratings would be one fifth of thought provoking. That's why I tell everybody they're going to endorse. About six months before the election, Bill is within the UN endorsement.
But the bad. You're the only one who's gonna stay. You were the voice right over her lines and you're her.
You know, it's right to this. If you took us stuff. Cook it. Nobody else would have done. Who would it have to play? It would have not. Obama would have been easy one second term. You would have destroyed Romney should have never lost Obama. Obama would have been much better. His big mistake was a boca. Opening up his mouth and getting that tape with the Hispanics. Think about other values, you think, than Hillary?
I think. And I think four years later, I think Obama. You said enough for us that he was damaged goods. Romney just couldn't get it.
He disappeared at the debate. Sarah, you've got to be brave. You say a lot about it. I think they regard Bernie. Bernie would have beat Hillary and now she's out of the top.
Yeah, I've heard nothing else. There was no hatred. Right. You're a brave, not militant in deals where I dare you. But it's great to see what half my motivation in working was. Not that hurt?
One hundred percent. That's I think I've heard part of running as vice president. It would've been tougher. Yeah, but yeah, Cain was one. I could. But I learning, you know, because all those people that hated her so much who voted for me, you know, I got 20 percent of Bernie vote. People are a little upset because of trade, because he's a big trade candidate. He's basically says we're getting screwed and he's right.
And I'm worse than he is. But we can do something about it. You know, he could potentially pick Bernie Sanders, who would've been tougher. He's the only one I didn't want to be. Now, then, you say people say no would have been easier because then you're sort of establishment normal Democrat would come in. So she may have lost a lot of votes to you. Right. So, you know, I kind of understand. I think the Democrats believe you will as they stick together.
They haven't really had Hillary yet.
Why is he why he should be out for himself? He should be widely praised.
It is funny how he has not gone crazy because it took him in a lot to make a conversation about the poor.
They have to have a couple of very big houses. Like I thought he should be going to resigning.
I don't think so. I think you might think you might again. He does a does. Usually when they do, a lot of television is run by them. Seems like he's I like it because I'm like the I don't buy it.
I think you may ask a question about wind and solar or versus gas and electricity versus natural gas. I am all for that. Electric vehicles. But here we are in North America, where shale oil and gas, shale gas, which is a natural gas, that here we are within these LNG tankers and shipping it and trying to sell it elsewhere now. So that's good. Yeah, it is. It is great. But we are. We have these car manufacturers that are just standing ready and they're trying to figure out a way to meet emission standards.
You know, we were going to lower where we are. We are. You know that the cafe said. Absolutely. I mean, you know, breaking off of that. How can I mean, there is there is a huge opportunity to open up compressed natural gas CNG to be on Perry and the online electric vehicles. We don't want any tax credit. All we want. So what business you're in, congested, compressed or crowded? We're on the compression side.
We're not on the production side like the compressors to move the natural gas through, lose the natural gas.
But we're if we can make CNG and natural gas fields on our base to manufacture electric cars with the with the manufacturers to have a choice. How are electric cars doing that? Not good. Why? So he's got to. Yeah, he's tough with growth. Mean, there's a guy that can. What you think is that you are 100 percent white. Maybe we should shutting down the lineup because I can't produce a number for a. They can't they can't produce them.
He's already done that. The auto company is on a product. All right. The other auto companies have got up to. Never generate any anywhere close for positive. So you he's upset. Twenty five thousand dollars per vehicle. It's over. The other thing that people forget about this is already to have an electric vehicle. But you gotta plug it in and get a coach somewhere. And there's the carbon footprint of this phone. It's the same as a refrigerator running.
You need to generate the power and generate you of wind and solar. Wind and solar only generate three and a half percent of our power use, which you would take 50 years to get up to 5 percent at the rate we're growing. Well, it is still a fossil. Fuels generate power. You don't have to have nuclear. You have to have oil and gas, oil and coal. I should call you. John, how come the stock price is so high?
Because he's a Greek.
Because he's there. Merlino Exactly. I joined my market. Yeah, exactly. I think that the standard is old. I gave them a little bit of money and money he made working to invest in stocks because what about Tesla there?
I showed him the cash flow and I said, look, he's going to even if he starts making money today at 3.
He's 10, 12 years before he got this ring. He is still here. So it's like a guy that's got stock in history and he's done and spent against it. He's also good because he's a very smart guy. He's a brilliant guy. Let him go off socially. He's a brilliant guy with the company's stock tangible as a car maker. Regardless, regardless. I think I think I think you got to relax when I'm here. The company is done.
They don't get electric. No, they're saving the planet. But I think it's awesome that they wanted to do that. But give them any fact, auto manufacturers opportunity to crew to put out CNG cars.
Well, we have all this natural gas in every damn street where there's nobody.
So I guess we should know where we're going to work.
There are many operations of the utmost natural death that you to bring up the existing engines to natural gas engines versus salvage a battery pack.
So that's a third type of car that you know about.
The good thing is that it gets green light. Trucks have shrunk.
Just the buses can't buy part like sales vehicle Ford F-150, which is the most popular truck. And you call it is you really? Yeah, I think so. Yeah. Well, yeah, you are. Why is you. Because he's like utility truck and everyone is really where I drive America.
Another way to do a brand is a brand. And it's a little bit of an amazing thing. I made an aluminum truck. I've got the aluminum body. But you going to test that intellect? I love it here. Well, you like it. Is it stronger for your service? It's lighter. Get easier.
I'm sorry. Does it dent easier?
I think saw a that's considered hit a time tolerantly. So if you throw anything Nokia around Hiver for a pair of heaven, you're not Picasso. And yet here you are, a little bit of fighter. Yes, sir.
And did you request that? No, actually for I think the new line of process is I think 2017, starting with the rafter, hasn't turned out to be a good a good investment for them. I'd have to read more into it as a consumer I like. Back in the day, I had a bad 10 years ago. My first truck was a two two thousand eight to fifty. And I mean, I can just feel the difference driving the thing that was lighter, lighter, so much lighter that perform.
I mean, it drives like a high performance vehicle. And I think guys that are doing the heavy work probably prefer this feel for it. You're you're all the brands high right now that I've made up that grin tremendously into the aluminum. When you go to a body shop to repair, aluminum is No.1 three times. You know, life is a whole different level of technical Wessely repairing aluminum stuff. Yeah, yeah. The welding thing I just feel said it's a parody, much more electric and CNG will find incredible jobs for your auto manufacturers.
Well, just imagine the earling is britishisms match is locally and it's just asking me we have it. We can't store enough it its place. We don't start it can at. That's the only thing that's very clean. So is that happening now? Why today? The auto manufacturers are not incentivized at all to put anything Kerbin. But people still like gasoline. Yeah. Yeah. Still, the majority is doing Zeehan. They really don't want a little.
I mean, they don't want the majority of the electorate. Yes. I don't understand the majority of what the hybrid doesn't wear out behind pride or hypothermia that much more than it's just electric. Suri's hybrid working. But yeah, it's not great for trying to a small small scale like gasoline. Hippies like that don't work it, guys. Yeah. Really? Merlino thing? Would it be Milenio 100 percent more and more and more like points a interest?
It was a season ticket. How many miles a gallon? Likewise, 5.7, just like big. He went about eight miles a gallon. Boy. Oh, my God. Not everyone likes to be for everybody. I won't like you. Mr. Prosecutor, we have three. We run. We've run some CNG trucks, satellite trucks. And it actually is more prevalent. You can get it, but it's a lot less power. It's a lot less miles per gallon.
There's rares there. If you don't get there's a 50 cent tax credit, if you don't get that, it really is not feasible. But you said it doesn't have the power and it doesn't run as well. I think that's wonderful. It's also a logistical issue. That is. It's not as prevalent as we know. It isn't around Lithuania roots. That may not be the most effective route. Not really. I mean, if he had good gas, I.
No. Yes. What do you mean? Trucks? What do you do? What would you say? You we. Our main thing we do, we all mail for the postal service. You know the difference, right? I must say, you have every card. Is there anything like gasoline? Well, diesel is strong. How is diesel compared to regular gasoline? You got to see whether these lines somewhat. You can't run gasoline in this big tractor.
I don't know. But why? Why can't you? You can run, but not as strong. It doesn't have the beat to use that. She still has one in mail trucks you use. So you're using this. Well, Semien at war and you've tried with the compressed gas. We don't move. We do run. We run CNG. We have some CNG. How do you find them? We don't like the CNG is the pricing is is good, is really good.
But you said it's more expensive. Why? Because I bet you need a version of the technology. You need to know a combustion engine has been around for obviously having all these every five years shut off because if it went to battery. But they tried to cost more touching on touching on the availability. The distance you have to keep refueling in a slip. So there's some issues with it then, aren't you to see that to oversee? But you got to understand the world is only arm's length rule for fossil fuel oil.
Let me bring her back because of the reserves rate is holding back. We actually have these guys. We could be doing more. Bill.
You can't serve gas. And there's two reasons why chicken travels with you. Can't you try? We have we have.
You can't buy trucks there. No, no, no. Trucking is very heavy on the business. Everyday Americans. And now it's gotten worse. It's not OK. He doesn't. Sorry if I could. Sprint said you can't get out. Yeah. You think somebody's somebody to drive. So. Yeah, so. So, Mr. President. Yeah. Yeah. Well it's on trucking. It's just it's a tough job to go into. So that's number one.
And they made us a lot tougher with Eli. So he logs limits any time the wheel turns in a truck. It's part of the lock for the day that the 14 hour days. So let's say if someone is half an hour from home on their truck, their long haul driver. They literally have to pull over on the side of the road and stop. They can't go home. So they don't even want to do it anymore. So we have people that want to go to the trucking business and we can't get we can't get enough drivers attracted to haul our product around the country.
There's a lot of this stuff with some of the automated. Yes. But it's a long ways away that I mean, some of it is some that you're going to have pitching catch for. Perfect for it. But it's still a lot. You that last mile. So you saying you don't have manufacturers that can make enough?
No, they're making trial. Right, right. But I want to drive and take a drive. But regulations are so strong. You want to take a drive by. And we've all seen you guy going 30 miles an hour trying to make a time of working it over every day. And it pays to ensure you have no limitation or you guys drive it, explained his drive. Can you just give us a walk?
You mean they can only drive so much as a pilot? You OK? Yes. Yes, exactly. So, Alex, I guess I to shut them down. So they have a method that you shut down. So every truck now is on any log. Okay. You're you're you're in electronic theater.
All right. So is that true? Much. It turns after 14 hours. If he's everybody, man, yes, he can be fined huge. And actually, John, that's done trucking. Yeah, I know the drug. I know everything, you know. Yeah. You can find an avenue that has to be a law. So the average guy, you got to be able to do as you say, hey, I'm willing to work at 12 to 14 hour a day so I can make up the difference by doing it now.
Limited to eight hours. They're sitting there for the other. No, it's meant for safety. You know, I drive for eleven. They can't have to be home within four 45. If you have better drivers in part of the team.
A tandem or a team. You can't continue. Continue. But again, it is more expensive and it's rare. Right. So and so it's very tough. Are big if you were to ask me five years ago, my biggest problem is that imports are always number one that are more value. Guess what? I would say almost tied to that today is transportation. I can't move my car. Was Amazon doing? Oh, they're doing great.
Well, they're doing great. That's going to work. Well, I don't know. They don't use it. Why don't you pick it up? Your delivery is a fad. How did it make a movie? Well, you can put money for 20 years. You get a whole pass on doing. You decimate everybody else. You're going to that only industry. Exactly. That's why other guys are starting now, Wal-Mart and all these. I just started in the drugstore and I tell them if I if I come out with a great call and now I know they are bigger, I rip it off the poster.
I think I think they don't want to pick that number. The postal service can do.
You can. You might not get 40 percent of the business you do. As with Amazon. No. And then on paper said 2 percent to the postal service, like, say, it's 40.
No, they actually said it's for you because you're using. I I have a lot of information. Postal Service if you want to get there, but if I go into one. Just a quick one. Was it something that I was doing? Actually, it doesn't. I can deal with more than 40 years. And I think the best thing ever. I really have great management. They basically break even. Other than a pension that they're eventually finding online.
But if I could as as as a solution rather than a problem, I do think that the government should do a 500 mile piece of racing so that it can lean on both sides for economist trucks. Let's talk about a driver sort Shati these trucks. All the technology is there right now. There is any reason why you do not have autonomous trucks. So you're either running them once in cars. You can't put them with cars.
So why can't you could make sure it's your regulations states that perception. But if you would put a separate lane, just how safe is autonomous? It's absolutely safe if you imagine.
So would you. I saw a driveway, Goyder's. I saw that. I saw a car driving. Do you have a partial idea to put some of these truck drivers say, hey, you could work a fifty an hour day, now you're just riding along your pension.
But I still don't see any of those guys car drives by so that I can see why happens on when you are getting a bulk rate is that greed is actually sucking up and using the Postal Service's capacity, which forces us to actually. Why, if you're using up that much of Wall Street, once you start, it's the same. Why would I really want is this people can get separate. You know, I everyone I felt that my church was a little off the subject, a little something until they had their way.
Afraid they might get a mail. Some of the rabbis in Israel. They want everybody to see that going to cost during the Hebrew religion.
And all sides should be higher. Wow. So then the same emotion, the body, you see where it is that you take your name, Donald Trump. And then it goes up to 4:24. It's a war. That's something that is very similar to what Israel is like. It's the same numbers in my suicide note. It's meaning even. I mean, he's taken these like is like he's like his musical life for twenty four words. He's like name or resign.
That's the that's the reason that the Messiah comes out. The first one is what I had no idea. You know, it's not exactly the number your name on the numbers. It adds up to his name, which was a, quote, 4:24. And they just oh so it's like Messiah is the person that just saved the whole world. So it's like here to Caesar being with us, that's for you.
It's amazing. We just thought we'd like. Wow. It's amazing.
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Do you people of Ukraine's brain feeling, they're like, oh, it's Gerard, you look so good. He's like, oh, he's like, oh, she got to Israel under 14.
Yes, you can go ahead. And Senator Clinton, a billion dollars building. I spent one hundred preventive, really took a building. And we just have a good job. So we're going to spend a billion dollars a year in Jerusalem. Yeah. And they have to pay for it. One hundred. Wow. And David, you said existing.
Of course, you know, console.log. So you just say great location. Like a quarter of the buildings had nothing to do, you know, just change name so that I can actually make it to.
Be open, I'm going to be open until we thought in the end. It took like three months to the amazing, amazing. We haven't seen as many as is really the other way. Money. Absolutely. At least, etc.. Hey, Josh.. Yes. We spent a billion dollars, so we spent a billion. It would've been ten years before it opened. If that growth is just filled with I mean, they're not going to knock down that grab by this account.
So they had to go out of playoff sites, tremendous amount of money, but they have a building on an existing site that's a better location, the best locations. It's a huge setback. It's a fairly large decided setback, which is good for saying. And I've heard other cops that was joining me to see. So they taken it. They took a corner of the building, fixed it for a hundred and fifty thousand crows. So instead of a billion, they spent on some amazing form of everything.
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It's the same number, you know. It's amazing. I was always going to you know, really, they were very close.
You said, you know what this is? And I realize it. And I think you I went to his home in Israel that enter there. They're very amazing. Now I realize that's all. Well, but my dad is here. Talk for a few years when he came. And so, folks, I want to thank you all very much. Goodbye. Thank you.
Got a long trip to the lake. Like every time I heard about one hundred and twenty five, you never saw any of. So it's incredible. And they do a great job. The secrets that we have like fifteen guys. It's just not that easy. Come on. Don always says, okay, we do it outside of the White House. I guess that's what else counsel and I'd be appley. I'd be happy to do it in the White House.
There's a ridiculous campaign thing about that, which I think is wrong. Does it make sense to spend a fortune getting it? Because it always has. Nothing has to go to you. It has to stay. I'm sure it's a mistake, but I like this idea. You can't get it.
I know that I have a Mac. I had a where all the time. If you couldn't find it. Yeah.
Give it to the president in the meantime. We'd like on behalf of this group here tonight to offer you two honors.
One is the great Teddy Roosevelt in 1932 created the famous speech, The Man in the Arena. And we Franklin here tonight and get ready to sign it on your behalf. But it says here and this is you against all odds, never having run for office.
jakim on 17 plus Republican candidates ended up winning substantially. We're going to win for you. Yes. That's the man in the arena.
Teddy Roosevelt, 1913, the famous speech you heard there. It's not the critic, etc., etc..
The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly, who airs who. I'm sure it again and again and wins again, but never gives up. Never will his heart be with those cowering souls that no neither victory nor trades. This is for you. We're all going to slide. It is going round table to have to sign it. You're.
Why were some. A zone. I see your fellow outside wishes is a. That's every day. Give this will go. Oh, hi, this is Jack. Karen.
Tell us where we breathe a little bit on the. That is to post these. Benson is a good guy to work with. He's a great man. Who's a good guy. Yes, sir. Well, we were looking at bills years ago, standing up for over a decade. He told me I don't have the plan to take care of my president. We say, oh, yeah, let's take a look. Put it. See, the other side doesn't want.
Which I understand. Let me say this. Not yet.
I like what we're doing. Do you accept a picture frame? A listener? Thank you.
Is your job right? Yes, absolutely.
Good. All right. Yeah. Mr. President, I also have a job. Thank you. Hey, good to see you. Welcome, sir. Thanks, everybody. Good seeing you. Yeah, we got it. Thank you, everybody. Negotiator Shane Evidentiality, keep up the good work. Thank you. Well, yeah, yeah, we did a great job. Thank you. It was fun. Don't miss it. Thanks a lot. You're my you're my.
Please stay in the Red Sea breeze. You made me feel free to nothing. You see a lot of fans. You're so great. Thank you. Thank you. They care about you. Thank you very much. Thank you. Thank you, guys. Appreciate it.
Bryant Ha ha. Tom. Right. All right. Thank you so much, John. I might have been better. I appreciate it. Thanks. Thank you very much. Yeah. You know, why don't you guys take care of me? But to be able to make a couple of points and hear how he feels. That's awesome. Those good. It's very common. Such fantastic and reassuring to me. That party doesn't make you feel like you don't know what it's about.
I know what to say. It just seemed like it was my brother. All right. It's great to watch you. I said goodbye to me. Me? Oh, I'm begging you. Oh, my God. You got me. You're always there. All right.
I remember reading after Monday's as far as everything you know about the only one I should be.
Well. Thank you. I want to thank you. Yeah, you're right. Yeah, you're great. I'm gonna get this.