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  • as a young lawyer working against discrimination  against african-american children in  

  • schools and in the criminal justice system i work  to make sure that kids with disabilities could get  

  • a public education something that i care very  much about i have worked with latinos one of my  

  • first jobs in politics was down in south texas  registering latino citizens to be able to vote  

  • so i have a deep devotion to use your absolutely  correct word to making sure that every american  

  • feels like he or she has a place in our country  and i think when you look at the letters that i  

  • get a lot of people are worried that maybe they  wouldn't have a place in donald trump's america  

  • they write me and one woman wrote me about her son  felix she adopted him from ethiopia when he was  

  • a toddler he's 10 years old now this is the only  country he's ever known and he listens to donald  

  • on tv and he said to his mother one day will  he send me back to ethiopia if he gets elected  

  • you know children listen to what is being said  to go back to the very very first question and  

  • there's a lot of fear that in fact teachers  and parents are calling it the trump effect  

  • bullying is up a lot of people are feeling you  know uneasy a lot of kids are expressing their  

  • concerns so first and foremost i will do  everything i can to reach out to everybody  

  • democrats republicans independents people across  our country if you don't vote for me i still  

  • want to be your president i want to be the best  president i can be for every american secretary  

  • clinton your two minutes is up i want to follow  up on something that donald trump actually said  

  • to you uh a comment you made last month you said  that half of donald trump supporters are quote  

  • deplorables racist sexist homophobic xenophobic  islamophobic you later said you regretted saying  

  • half you didn't express regret for using the term  deplorable deplorables to mr carter's question  

  • how can you unite a country if you've written off  tens of millions of americans well within hours i  

  • i said that i was sorry about the way i i talked  about that because my argument is not with his  

  • supporters it's with him and with the hateful and  divisive campaign that he has run and the inciting  

  • of violence at his rallies and the very uh brutal  kinds of comments about not just women but all  

  • americans all kinds of americans and what he has  said about african americans and latinos about  

  • muslims about pows about immigrants about people  with disabilities he's never apologized for  

  • and so i do think that a lot of the tone and tenor  that he has said i'm proud of the campaign that  

  • bernie sanders and i ran we ran a campaign based  on issues not insults and he is supporting me  

  • a hundred percent because we talked about what we  wanted to do we might have had some differences  

  • and we had a lot of debates but we believed  that we could make the country better and i  

  • was proud of that i'll give you a minute we have  a divided nation we have a very divided nation  

  • you look at charlotte you look at baltimore you  look at the violence that's taking place in the  

  • inner cities chicago you take a look at washington  d.c we have a increase in murder within our cities  

  • the biggest in 45 years we have a divided  nation because people like her and believe me  

  • she has tremendous hate in her heart and when she  said deplorables she meant it and when she said  

  • irredeemable they're irredeemable you didn't  mention that but when she said they're  

  • irredeemable to me that might have been even worse  she said some of them she's got tremendous hatred  

  • and this country cannot take another four years of  barack obama and that's what you're getting with  

  • her mr trump let me follow up with you in 2008 you  wrote in one of your books that the most important  

  • characteristic of a good leader is discipline you  said if a leader doesn't have it quote he or she  

  • won't be one for very long in the days after the  first debate you sent out a series of tweets from  

  • 3 a.m to 5 a.m including one that told people to  check out his sex tape is that the discipline of  

  • good news there wasn't check out a sex tape it was  just take a look at the person that she built up  

  • to be this wonderful uh girl scout who was no  girl scout by the way just so you understand  

  • when she said three o'clock in the morning take  a look at benghazi she said who's going to answer  

  • the call at three o'clock in the morning guess  what she didn't answer because when ambassador  

  • stevens the question is 600 times well she said  she was awake at three o'clock in the morning  

  • and she also sent a tweet out at three o'clock in  the morning but i won't even mention that but she  

  • said she'll be awake who's got the famous thing  we're gonna answer our call at three o'clock in  

  • the morning guess what happened ambassador stevens  ambassador stevens sent 600 requests for help and  

  • the only one she talked to was sydney blumenthal  who's her friend and not a good guy by the way  

  • so you know she shouldn't be talking about that  now tweeting happens to be a modern day form of  

  • communication i mean you can like it or not like  it i have between facebook and twitter i have  

  • almost 25 million people it's a very effective  way of communication so you can put it down but  

  • it is a very effective form of communication i'm  not unproud of it to be honest with you secretary  

  • clinton does mr trump have the discipline to  be a good leader no i'm shocked to hear that  

  • well it's it's it's not only my  opinion it's the opinion of many others  

  • national security experts republicans  former republican members of congress  

  • but it's in part because those of us who have had  the great privilege of seeing this job up close  

  • and know how difficult it is and it's not  just because i watched my husband take a 300  

  • billion dollar deficit and turn it into a 200  billion dollar surplus and 23 million new jobs  

  • were created and incomes went up for everybody  everybody african-american incomes went up 33  

  • and it's not just because i worked  with george w bush after 9 11.  

  • and i was very proud that when i told him what  the city needed what we needed to recover he said  

  • you've got it and he never wavered he stuck with  me and i have worked and i admire president obama  

  • he inherited the worst financial crisis since the  great depression that was a terrible time for our  

  • country we have to move along nine million  people secretary clinton five million homes  

  • were lost secretary clinton in family wealth  was wiped out we are back on the right track  

  • he would send us back into recession with his  tax plans secretary clinton we are moving to  

  • an audience question we're almost out of time we  have another mr trump moving 19 29 it is mr trump

  • thank you very much both of you

  • we have another audience question beth miller has  a question for both candidates um good evening  

  • perhaps the most important aspect of  this election is a supreme court justice  

  • what would you prioritize as the most important  aspect of selecting a supreme court justice  

  • we begin with your two minutes secretary clinton  thank you well you're right this is one of the  

  • most important issues in this election um i want  to appoint supreme court justices who understand  

  • the way the world really works who have real-life  experience who have not just been in a big law  

  • firm and maybe clerked for a judge and then  gotten on the bench but you know maybe they  

  • tried some more cases they actually understand  what people are up against because i think the  

  • current court has gone in the wrong direction  and so i would want to see the supreme court  

  • reverse citizens united and get dark unaccountable  money out of our politics donald doesn't agree  

  • with that i would like the supreme court to  understand that voting rights are still a big  

  • problem in many parts of our country that we don't  always do everything we can to make it possible  

  • for people of color and older people and young  people to be able to exercise their franchise  

  • i want a supreme court that will stick with roe  v wade and a woman's right to choose and i want  

  • a supreme court that will stick with marriage  equality now donald has put forth the names of  

  • some people that he would consider and among the  ones that he has suggested are people who would  

  • reverse roe v wade and reverse marriage equality  i think that would be a terrible mistake and would  

  • take us backwards i want a supreme court that  doesn't always side with corporate interests  

  • i want a supreme court that understands because  you're wealthy and you can give more money to  

  • something doesn't mean you have any more rights  or should have any more rights than anybody else  

  • so i have very clear views about what i want to  see to tend to change the balance on the supreme  

  • court and i regret deeply that the senate has not  done its job and they have not permitted a vote on  

  • the person that president obama a highly qualified  person they've not given him a vote to be able to  

  • have the full complement of nine supreme court  justices i think that was a dereliction of duty  

  • i hope that they will see their way to doing  it but if i am so fortunate enough as to be  

  • president i will immediately uh move to make sure  that we fill that we have nine thank you secretary  

  • clinton work on behalf of our people thank you  you're out of time mr trump justice scalia great  

  • judge died recently and we have a vacancy i am  looking to appoint judges very much in the mold of  

  • justice scalia i'm looking for judges  and i've actually picked 20 of them  

  • so that people would see highly  respected highly thought of and actually  

  • very beautifully reviewed by just about everybody  but people that will respect the constitution  

  • of the united states and i think that this is  so important also the second amendment which is  

  • totally under siege by people like hillary clinton  they'll respect the second amendment and what it  

  • stands for what it represents so important  to me now hillary mentioned something about  

  • uh contributions just so you understand so i will  have in my race more than 100 million dollars put  

  • in of my money meaning i'm not taking all of this  big money from all of these different corporations  

  • like she's doing what i ask is this so i'm putting  in more than by the time it's finished i'll have  

  • more than 100 million dollars invested pretty  much self-funding mind we're raising money for  

  • the republican party and we're doing tremendously  on the small donation 61 average or so i asked  

  • hillary why doesn't she made 250 million dollars  by being in office she used the power of her  

  • office to make a lot of money why isn't she  funding not for 100 million but why don't  

  • you put 10 or 20 or 25 or 30 million dollars into  your own campaign it's 30 million dollars less for  

  • special interest that will tell you exactly what  to do and it would really i think be a nice sign  

  • to the american public why aren't you putting some  money in you have a lot of it you've made a lot of  

  • it because of the fact that you've been in office  you made a lot of it while you were secretary  

  • of state actually so why aren't you putting  money into your own campaign i'm just curious  

  • well thank you very much thank you we're going  to get on to one more question the question was  

  • about the supreme court and i just want to quickly  say very quickly i respect the second amendment  

  • but i believe there should be comprehensive  background checks and we should close the  

  • gun show loophole and close the online  loophole we have we have one more question  

  • as we possibly can we have one more question  from ken bone about uh energy policy ken

  • what steps will your energy policy take to meet  our energy needs while at the same time remaining  

  • environmentally friendly and minimizing job  loss for fossil power plant workers mr trump too  

  • absolutely i think it's such a great question  because energy is under siege by the obama  

  • administration under absolute siege the epa  environmental protection agency is killing  

  • these energy companies and foreign companies are  now coming in buying our buying so many of our  

  • different plants and then rejiggering the plant  so that they can take care of their oil we are  

  • killing absolutely killing our energy business  in this country now i'm all for alternative  

  • forms of energy including wind including solar  etc but we need much more than wind and solar  

  • and you look at our miners hillary clinton  wants to put all the miners out of business  

  • there is a thing called clean coal coal will  last for a thousand years in this country  

  • now we have natural gas and so many other things  because of technology we have unbelievable we have  

  • found over the last seven years we have found  tremendous wealth right under our feet so good  

  • especially when you have 20 trillion in debtwill bring our energy companies back they'll be  

  • able to compete they'll make money they'll pay off  our national debt they'll pay off our tremendous  

  • budget deficits which are are tremendous but we  are putting our energy companies out of business  

  • we have to bring back our workers you take a look  at what's happening to steel and the cost of steel  

  • and china dumping vast amounts of steel all over  the united states which essentially is killing  

  • our steel workers and our steel companies we have  to guard our energy companies we have to make it  

  • possible the epa is so restrictive that  they are putting our energy companies  

  • out of business and all you have to do is  go to a great place like west virginia or  

  • places like ohio which is phenomenal or places  like pennsylvania and you see what they're doing  

  • to the people miners and others in the energy  business it's a disgrace your time is up thank you  

  • absolute disgrace secretary clinton two minutes  well that was very interesting um first of all  

  • china is illegally dumping steel in the  united states and donald trump is buying it  

  • to build his buildings putting steel  workers and american steel plants  

  • out of business that's something that i fought  against as a senator and that i would have a  

  • a trade prosecutor to make sure that we don't get  taken advantage of by china and steel or anything  

  • else you know because it sounds like you're in  the business or you're aware of people in the  

  • business you know that we are now for the first  time ever energy independent we are not dependent  

  • upon the middle east but the middle east still  controls a lot of the prices so the price of oil  

  • has been way down and that has had a damaging  effect on a lot of the oil companies right  

  • we are however producing a lot of natural gas  which serves as a bridge to more renewable fuels  

  • and i think that's an important uh transition  we've got to remain energy independent it  

  • gives us much more power and freedom than to be  worried about what goes on in the middle east we  

  • have enough worries over there without having to  worry about that so i have a comprehensive energy  

  • policy but it really does include fighting climate  change because i think that is a serious problem  

  • and i support moving toward more clean renewable  energy as quickly as we can because i think we  

  • can be the 21st century clean energy superpower  and create millions of new jobs and businesses  

  • but i also want to be sure that we don't leave  people behind that's why i'm the only candidate  

  • from the very beginning of this campaign who  had a plan to help us revitalize coal country  

  • because those coal miners and their fathers and  their grandfathers they dug that coal out a lot  

  • of them lost their lives they were injured but  they turned the lights on and they powered our  

  • factories i don't want to walk away from  them so we've got to do something for them  

  • but the price of coal is down worldwide  so we have to look at this comprehensively  

  • that's exactly what i have proposed i hope you  will go to hillary clinton.com my entire policy  

  • one more audience question we've sneaked in  one more question and it comes from carl becker

  • good evening my question to both of you  is regardless of the current rhetoric  

  • would either of you name one positive  thing that you respect in one another

  • mr trump would you like to go first

  • well i i certainly will because i think that's a  very fair and important question look i respect  

  • his children his children are incredibly able and  devoted and i think that says a lot about donald  

  • i don't agree with nearly anything else he  says or does but i do respect that and i  

  • think that is something uh that as a mother  and a grandmother is very important to me  

  • so i believe that this election has become  in part so um so conflict-oriented so intense  

  • because there's a lot at stake this is  not an ordinary time and this is not  

  • an ordinary election we are going to be choosingpresident who will set policy for not just four or  

  • eight years but because of some of the important  decisions we have to make here at home and around  

  • the world from the supreme court to energy and so  much else and so there is a lot at stake it's one  

  • of the most consequential elections that we've had  and that's why i've tried to put forth specific  

  • policies and plans trying to get it off of the  personal and put it on to what it is i want to do  

  • as president and that's why i hope people will  check on that for themselves so that they can  

  • see that yes i've spent 30 years actually maybe  a little more working to help kids and families  

  • and i want to take all that experience to the  white house and do that every single day mr trump  

  • well i consider her statement about my children  to be a very nice compliment i don't know if  

  • it was meant to be a compliment but it is  a great i'm very proud of my children and  

  • they've done a wonderful job and they've been  wonderful wonderful kids so i consider that  

  • a compliment i will say this about hillary she  doesn't quit she doesn't give up i respect that  

  • i tell it like it is she's a fighterdisagree with much of what she's fighting for  

  • i do disagree with her judgment in many cases  but she does fight hard and she doesn't quit  

  • and she doesn't give up and i consider that  to be a very good trait thanks to both of you  

  • i want to thank both the uh the candidates  want to thank the uh the university here this  

  • concludes the town hall meeting our thanks to the  candidates the commission washington university  

  • and to everybody who watched please tune in on  october 19th for the final presidential debate  

  • that will take place at the university  of nevada las vegas good night everyone

  • you

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美国大选第二次辩论 希拉里对决特朗普 06

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