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  • decent chance to have a better life and negotiated  a treaty with russia to lower nuclear weapons  

  • 400 pieces of legislation have my name on it as  a sponsor or co-sponsor when i was a senator for  

  • eight years i worked very hard and was very proud  to be re-elected in new york by an even bigger  

  • margin than i had been elected the first time  and as president i will take that work that  

  • bipartisan work that finding common ground  because you have to be able to get along  

  • with people to get things done in washington  thank you secretary and i've proven that i can  

  • and for 30 years i've produced results thank  you secretary we're going to move on to syria  

  • both of you have mentioned that she said a lot  of things i mean i think we should we could no  

  • mr trump we're going to go on this is about  the audience mr trump we're going to move on  

  • the heartbreaking video of a five-year-old  syrian boy named omron sitting in an ambulance  

  • after being pulled from the rubble rubble after an  airstrike in aleppo focused the world's attention  

  • on the horrors of the war in syria with  136 million views on facebook alone  

  • but there are much worse images coming out of  aleppo every day now where in the past few weeks  

  • alone 400 people have been killed at least 100 of  them children just days ago the state department  

  • called for a war crimes investigation  of the syrian regime of bashar al-assad  

  • and its ally russia for their bombardment of  aleppo so this next question comes from social  

  • media through facebook diane from pennsylvania  asks if you were president what would you do about  

  • syria and the humanitarian crisis in aleppo  isn't it a lot like the holocaust when the u.s  

  • waited too long before we helped secretary  clinton we will begin with your two minutes well  

  • the situation in syria is catastrophic and every  day that goes by we see the results of the regime  

  • by assad in partnership with the iranians on the  ground the russians in the air bombarding places  

  • in particular aleppo where there are hundreds  of thousands of people probably about 250  

  • 000 still left and there is a determined effort by  the russian air force to destroy aleppo in order  

  • to eliminate the last of the syrian rebels who  were really holding out against the assad regime  

  • russia hasn't paid any attention to  isis they're interested in keeping assad  

  • in power so i when i was secretary of state  advocated and i advocate today a no-fly zone  

  • and safe zones we need some leverage with  the russians because they're not going to  

  • come to the negotiating table for a diplomatic  resolution unless there is some leverage over them  

  • and we have to work more closely with  our partners and allies on the ground  

  • but i want to emphasize that what is at stake  here is the ambitions and the aggressiveness  

  • of russia russia has decided that it's  all in in syria and they've also decided  

  • who they want to see become president of  the united states too when it's not me  

  • i've stood up to russia i've taken on putin and  others and i would do that as president i think  

  • wherever we can cooperate with russia that's fine  and i did as secretary of state that's how we got  

  • a treaty reducing nuclear weapons it's how we  got the sanctions on iran that put a lid on the  

  • iranian nuclear program without firing a single  shot so i would go to the negotiating table with  

  • more leverage than we have now but i do support  the effort to investigate for crimes war crimes  

  • committed by the assyrians and the russians  and try to hold them accountable thank you  

  • secretary clinton she was there as secretary  of state with the so-called line in the sand  

  • which no i wasn't i was gone i hate to interrupt  you but but you were in contact excuse me

  • and perhaps sadly obama probably still  listened to you i don't think he'd be listening  

  • very much anymore obama draws the line in the sand  it was laughed at all over the world what happened  

  • now with that being said she talks tough against  russia but our nuclear program has fallen way  

  • behind and they've gone wild with their nuclear  program not good our government shouldn't have  

  • allowed that to happen russia is new in terms of  nuclear we are old we're tired we're exhausted in  

  • terms of nuclear a very bad thing now she talks  tough she talks really tough against against uh  

  • putin and against assad she talks in favor of the  rebels she doesn't even know who the rebels are  

  • you know every time we take rebels whether it's in  iraq or anywhere else we're arming people and you  

  • know what happens they end up being worse than the  people look at what she did in libya with gaddafi  

  • gaddafi's out it's a mess and by the way isis has  a good chunk of their oil i'm sure you probably  

  • have heard that it was a disaster because the fact  is almost everything she's done in foreign policy  

  • has been a mistake and it's been a disaster but  if you look at russia just take a look at russia  

  • and look at what they did this week where  i agree she wasn't there but possibly  

  • she's consulted we sign a peace treaty everyone's  all excited well what russia did with assad and by  

  • the way with iran who you made very powerful  with the dumbest deal perhaps i've ever seen  

  • in the history of deal making the iran deal with  150 billion dollars with the 1.7 billion in cash  

  • which is enough cash to fill up this room but  look at look at that deal iran now and russia  

  • are now against us so she wants to fight she wants  to fight for rebels there's only one problem you  

  • don't even know who the rebels are mr trump you're  trump one thing i have to say you're too i don't  

  • like assad at all but assad is killing isis russia  is killing isis and iran is killing isis and  

  • those three have now lined up because of our weak  foreign policy mr trump let me repeat the question  

  • if you were president what would you do about  syria and the humanitarian crisis in aleppo and  

  • i want to remind you what your running mate said  he said provocations by russia need to be met with  

  • american strength and that if russia continues to  be involved in airstrikes along with the syrian  

  • government forces of assad the united states  of america should be prepared to use military  

  • force to strike the military targets of the assad  regime okay he and i haven't spoken and i disagree  

  • i disagree with you knock out isis right now syria  is fighting isis we have people that want to fight  

  • both at the same time but syria is no longer syria  syria is russia and it's iran who she made strong  

  • and kerry and obama made into a very powerful  nation and a very rich nation very very quickly  

  • very very quickly i believe we have to get isis  we have to worry about isis before we can get  

  • too much more involved she had a chance to do  something with syria they had a chance and that  

  • was the line what do you think will happen  if aleppo falls i think aleppo is a disaster  

  • humanitarian wise that's what happens i think  that it basically has fallen okay it basically  

  • has fought let me tell you something you take  a look at mosul the biggest problem i have with  

  • the stupidity of our foreign policy we have mosul  they think a lot of the isis leaders are in mosul  

  • so we have announcements coming out of washington  and coming out of iraq we will be attacking mosul  

  • in three weeks or four weeks well all of these  bad leaders from isis are leaving muscle why can't  

  • they do it quietly why can't they do the attack  make it a sneak attack and after the attack is  

  • made inform the american public that we've knocked  out the leaders we've had a tremendous success  

  • people leave why do they have to say we're  going to be attacking mosul within the next  

  • four to six weeks which is what they're saying  how stupid is our country there are sometimes  

  • reasons the military does that psychologically  think of any i can't think of anything it might  

  • be to help get civilians out and we have look  i have 200 generals and admirals who endorse me  

  • i have 21 congressional medal of honor recipients  who endorse me we talk about it all the time they  

  • understand why can't they do something secretively  where they go in and they knock out the leadership  

  • how why would these people stay there i've been  reading now tell me what your strategy is for  

  • weeks about mosul that it's the harbor of where  you know between raqqa and mosul this is where  

  • they think the isis leaders are why would they be  say they're not staying there anymore they're gone  

  • because everybody's talking about how iraq which  is us with our leadership goes in to fight muscle  

  • now with these 200 admirals and generals they  can't believe it all i say is this general george  

  • patton general douglas macarthur are spinning in  their grave at the stupidity of what we're doing  

  • in the middle east i'm going to go to secretary  clinton secretary clinton you want assad to go  

  • you advocated arming rebels but it looks like  that may be too late for aleppo you talk about  

  • diplomatic efforts those have failed ceasefires  have failed would you introduce the threat of u.s  

  • military force beyond a no-fly zone against the  assad regime to back up diplomacy i would not  

  • use american ground forces in syria i think that  would be a very serious mistake i don't think  

  • american troops should be holding territory which  is what they would have to do as an occupying  

  • force i don't think that is a smart strategy i do  think the use of special forces which we're using  

  • uh the use of uh enablers and trainers in  iraq which has had some positive effects  

  • uh are very much in our interests and  so i do support what is happening but  

  • what would you do differently than president  obama's doing martha i hope that by the time i if  

  • i'm everything i hope by the time i am president  that we will have pushed isis out of iraq  

  • i do think that there is a good chance that we can  take mosul and you know donald says he knows more  

  • about isis than the generals no he doesn't there  are a lot of very important planning going on and  

  • some of it is to signal uh to the sunnis in the  area as well as kurdish peshmerga fighters that  

  • we all need to be in this and that takes a lot of  planning and preparation i would go after baghdadi  

  • i would specifically target baghdadi becausethink our targeting of al qaeda leaders and i  

  • was involved in a lot of those operations highly  classified ones made a difference so i think that  

  • could help i would also consider arming the kurds  the kurds have been our best partners in syria as  

  • well as iraq and i know there's a lot of concern  about that in some circles but i think they should  

  • have the equipment they need so that kurdish and  arab fighters on the ground are the principal way  

  • that we take raqqa after pushing isis out  of iraq thank you very much we're going to  

  • she went over a minute over and you don't stop  her when i go one second over it's like you had  

  • many answers it's really very interesting gotquestion over here from james carter mr carter

  • my question is do you believe you can be a devoted  president to all the people in the united states  

  • that question begins for mr trump absolutelymean she calls our people deplorable a large group  

  • and irredeemable i will be a president for all  of our people and i'll be a president that will  

  • turn our inner cities around and we'll give  strength to people and we'll give economics to  

  • people and we'll bring jobs back because nafta  signed by her husband is perhaps the greatest  

  • disaster trade deal in the history of the  world not in this country it stripped us  

  • of manufacturing jobs we lost our jobs we lost  our money we lost our plans it is a disaster and  

  • now she wants to sign tpp even though she says  now she's for she called it the gold standard  

  • and by the way at the last debate she lied because  it turned out that she did say the gold standard  

  • and she said she didn't say it they actually  said that she lied okay and she lied but she's  

  • lied about a lot of things i would be a president  for all of the people african-americans the inner  

  • cities devastating what's happening to our inner  cities she's been talking about her for years  

  • as usual she talks about it nothing happens she  doesn't get it done same with the latino americans  

  • the hispanic americans the same exact thing they  talk they don't get it done you go into the inner  

  • cities and you see it's 45 poverty african  americans now 45 poverty in the inner cities  

  • the education is a disaster jobs are essentially  non-existent i mean it's you know i and i've been  

  • saying it big speeches where i have 20 and 30  000 people what do you have to lose it can't get  

  • any worse and she's been talking about the inner  cities for 25 years nothing's going to ever happen  

  • let me tell you if she's president of the united  states nothing's going to happen it's just going  

  • to be talk and all her friends the taxes we were  talking about and i would just get it by osmosis  

  • she's not doing any me favors but by doing all  the others favors she's doing me favors mr trump  

  • but i will tell you she's all talk it doesn't  get done all you have to do is take a look at  

  • her senate run take a look at upstate new york  two minutes is up secretary clinton disaster  

  • you have two minutes secretary clinton well  67 percent of the people voted to re-elect  

  • me when i ran for my second term and i was  very proud and very humbled by that mr carter  

  • i have tried my entire life to do what i can to  support children and families you know right out  

  • of law school i went to work for the children's  defense fund and donald talks a lot about  

  • you know the 30 years i've been in public  service i'm proud of that you know i started off

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