President Trump Delivers Remarks on the Rebuilding of America's InfrastructureJun 11, 2021
thank you very much everyone thank you thank you great honor please thank you please sit down it is great to be with you great company and wonderful location fast flight in and out but we have some important things to say carol I want to thank you also for doing such an incredible job in this company. I look at their numbers and I'm so jealous. A lot of people are very jealous, but I'm thrilled to be back in Atlanta, Georgia, a special place, the hometown of one of the most incredible companies in the world. ups never fails the dedicated men and women of ups are an inspiration to all of us in the face of every challenge that their fellow citizens always face would you say that is correct?
I say it is correct. Let me start by expressing my gratitude to each driver. The worker and employee who has contributed to this great success and continues to deliver for the United States throughout our battle against the China virus has many different names, approximately 21, and I can imagine that we may use a different one each time we use it. Let's face it, but whatever it is. It was a terrible thing and it could have and should have stopped right where it started in China, together we will beat this virus and emerge stronger than ever. We are here today to celebrate a historic breakthrough that will transform lives. of workers and families across our nation for decades, the biggest obstacle to building a modern transportation system has been the mountains and mountains of red tape in Washington, D.C.
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Before I took office, highway reviews skyrocketed to an average almost 750 pages long. and they were the good ones, they were the short ones and I know this because I was in the business for a long time and I had to go through a process that was so ridiculous it was so ridiculous that we go through a process to build buildings normally like this it will take forever in the moment you start building the market changed you said you knew the market was good when we started now the market is lousy so you say to hell with it we won't build sometimes you start building you say it was a mistake but we I went through years and years of litigation and tumult and it just wasn't good, but you go through it to a greater extent.
The maze-like approval process depicted lobbyists who were very rich and making a lot of money. I remember I went to Albany, New York and saw my lobbyists there. I told them: what are you doing here? I knew what they were doing. They were trying to make it harder, so you had to hire them for more and more work. Spend millions and. millions of dollars for nothing, but all too often they caused massive delays on top of everything else and that way they got their rates for a longer period of time. It's one of the reasons why, for example, the average Atlanta driver spends an incredible 77 hours in traffic over a short period of time, but that all ends today, we're doing something very dramatic, we just completed a review without unprecedented and I mean it is absolutely unprecedented, from top to bottom the
infrastructureapproval process should have been done years ago, this approval process that has cost our country trillions of dollars over the years and delays like you don't I would believe.
This is a truly historic breakthrough that means better roads, bridges, tunnels and highways for every UPS driver and every citizen across our land. Together we are reclaiming America's right. proud heritage as a nation of builders and a nation that can do things because with these horrible obstacles that were put in front of us you couldn't do it, no matter how good you were, you couldn't do it. wait and wait would you go to the next step you say you can't start the next step until you finish the first joining us for the special occasion our environmental quality council
presidentmary newmeier where is mary mary thank you mary thank you thank you thank you mary good secretary of transportation a very special woman a great woman someone who has done an incredible job elaine chow elaine and she was instrumental in achieving this and when elaine speaks we all listen but she was very instrumental secretary of agriculture a man who has done a fantastic job for our farmers and ranchers.
Sunny Perdue Jr. I learned more about agriculture from Sunny Perdue than all these consultants who came. I learned more in half an hour from that man. We had a great call today. with the big call from the farmers, they are doing very well, a lot of good things have happened, right son, a lot of things have happened, they were targeted by China, they were targeted by others, we just signed the USMCA, which is phenomenal for our country and our farmers got rid of one of the worst trade deals in history, NAFTA, one of the worst trade deals in history, how anyone could have signed it, but even worse, how anyone could have let it work for 25 years or whatever, they just took advantage of us.
There were 60,000 empty plants and factories in our country when that mess was over, so we just signed a huge USMCA deal, it's the largest trade deal ever made by Mexico, Canada, the largest ever made. I know Sonny would like me to thank all the oops. drivers and workers for all the help in delivering almost 30 million meals to rural children across the country for our meals for you program meals for you you already know what meals for you are you do it well we are also pleased to have a Great senator, someone who has done a phenomenal job and I can tell you he is a friend of mine, so I am a little biased, but he is a man respected by everyone on both sides of the US Senate, works hard, loves his state and me.
I always say: Does David get the kind of recognition that he deserves because he is a very, very special man? David Perdue, where is David? David, thank you and a woman who came and did a great job and has been very supportive of me and the agenda. good person, a good woman with a husband who is a fantastic man, Senator Kelly Leffler, thank you very much Kelly, great job, Kelly and the warriors, these are warriors, these people fought for us through thick and thin, in a very, very unfair territory, they treated us terribly and they. they came in and they turned out to be a lot tougher than the other side and I just want to introduce you to the representatives rick allen rick thank you rick the great friend carter friend an amazing spokesperson an amazing man and friend doug collins doug thank you great job doug draw ferguson draw, thank you very much. help we can get in washington karen handel karen thank you very much thank you karen and rich mccormick rich thank you they will be there soon I hope we need them we need them put them there thanks also to a man who I became good friends with a man who was competing against someone who was unbeatable running against a superstar.
I told her, oh, she's a superstar. Can you beat the superstars? I don't think so, but he figured out how to beat a superstar and I didn't. I don't know if she's still a superstar, bro, and I'm not sure, I'm not sure, I don't think so, so I don't know, superstars don't lose, are you Governor Brian Kemp? I'll tell you what a warrior he is. "He's tough, he's tough and he's done a great job and you've done a great job in every aspect of managing this incredible state and I've always been there for you," he said when we met on the plane, all he said was we needed. in georgia you've been there and that's right, maybe it's more important than brian, however, much more important is the first lady of georgia, marty kemp, thank you very much, marty and look, please, those mail-in ballots, you're going to be attentive to that.
Me because you know that they have many problems throughout the country. They just had Paterson, New Jersey, where massive percentages of votes were fraud. Votes by mail. Be careful, be careful. They would understand why they deliver, in fact, I'm going to have to be very nice to oops oops I love you carol wherever you are carol I love you carol no, it's very bad what's happening with the mail-in ballots it's okay, unlike the ballots in absentia where you have to go and go through a process because you can't be there for some reason, but the male imbalance is going to be: they are going to be manipulated, it is going to be a terrible situation and you have to be careful in Georgia, but you have to be careful in all places where they are.
You're doing it, you know, we went through a first world war and a second world war and people went to vote, now they say let's use this as an opportunity not to vote and there has been tremendous corruption, tremendous corruption in the mail in balance, so absent excellent ballot mail-in ballot absolutely useless makes no sense a governor sends millions of ballots everywhere they don't know where they are going they go wherever I have a friend who got one for his daughter another for his daughter and then a second for the first daughter no They knew what to do with it.
I had another friend, a really wonderful guy who lost his son seven years ago. Robert, his son. Robert and his son received an email. -On the ballot he called me and said what do I do. I just received a ballot in the mail for Robert. Robert died seven years ago, so it's a terrible situation if they decide to use it and we'll see what happens. There are many things. of litigation, a lot of court cases right now and it makes sense, just think about it, millions of ballots in California are sending millions of ballots that they don't even know who maybe they know too well who they're sending them to and maybe it's the people who don't understand it, maybe it's an area of Republicans or Democrats who don't get any ballots.
We have had a lot of problems. Just take a look at what's happened over the past month and take a look. Look at Patterson, New Jersey, a small town in New Jersey, I think they said something like 20 of the ballots were corrupted or something happened to them 20 and even in the 2016 election one percent is in doubt, but I do not want to talk about that. because I won, so I don't want anyone to come back and look good. I'm not going to talk about 2016. That was the best choice and now we have to do something very important, we have to continue like this or this country will do it. being in big trouble, I want to thank you also for being here, the attorney general of georgia, chris carr, you're the only one, chris, look at that chris, are you going to watch that chris, please, okay, you have to talk with the man who runs it? you know what i'm talking about i have to do it thank you chris you are in good hands superintendent richard woods richard thank you very much thank you and to the members of the georgia public service commission and the transportation committee of the state senate and the house you have a lot of politicians in this Hall and good luck to Karen and Rich, go out and look for those wonderful people.
Today's action is part of my administration's fierce commitment to cutting the web of unnecessary bureaucracy that is holding our citizens back. I've wanted to do this. from day one and we started it on day one, literally day one, but it takes a long time, it has legal requirements, it has a lot of different hurdles to even change it, but you'll hear about the change in a minute and it's one. One of the most important things we can do for our country: the last administration increased the federal record by 16,000 pages of job-killing regulations. Under my administration we have reduced the federal record by almost 25,000 pages more than any
presidentin history, be it four. years eight years or in one case more and, frankly, I think this is maybe the biggest of all the ones that we did in the waters of the US you saw that the US waters law was big, I thought that I was going to take It was very hot when I did that and instead it was the opposite.
People emerged, grown men who had never cried even as babies. They were standing behind me when I signed that bill at the White House and they were crying. crying because we gave them their lives back, we took their lives, we took their livelihoods, it was a big moment, but this is also a big moment today, probably just as big, today's action completely modernizes the environmental review process under the national environmental plan. policy act of 1969 we are reducing the federal permitting schedule by a staggering 10 years 15 years 18 years 21 years you know the story, you have seen it projects that begin a young man directs the project when it is approved or disapproved in many cases disapproved generally disapproved of He's getting ready to retire, so what did you do with your life?
I worked on a project that in the end we did not achieve, now we will not be able to approve certain projects for environmental reasons, they have to be environmental it sounds, but you know what we will know in a year, we will know in a year and a half, we will not know in 20 years, so we're going to reduce the federal permitting schedule for a major project from up to 20 years or more it's hard to believe to two years or less so now we have it reduced to about two years elaine and I think two years or less and our The objective is one year and it is possible that they disapprove it, that they vote at the end they did not like something in terms of the environment or safety and I am totally in favor of that, but you are not going to dedicate your entire life to doing a project that is not approved or that it is approved and, many times, when it is approved. it costs 10 20 30 times the cost there is a road in a certain state a short roadnot even a road, I guess it's more of a road and they put it was a straight line from one point to another when they finished it 18 years ago. then it was this it costs dozens of times it costs many, many times more than the original it is a dangerous road because there are curves you have to be in good shape you have to be wide awake to make those curves you are going to see those things you have to see the guardrail bomb that they had a simple straight road and now that they build it, it ended up taking 17 years to approve it ended up costing many times more than what the original estimates were and it's not good, it's not good under the last administration, only seven percent. of the federal highway reviews were processed in two years, now what we are doing is that the two years will not be the exception, they will be the rule, so what we are going to do is reduce that to a much faster pace. more pronounced, this will reduce approval times for highways alone by at least 70 percent, but 70 is a very unambitious number because in reality the number is going to be much smaller than what is at the heart of the reforms. only federal policy decision that really spells it out when you hear that name, a federal decision before
infrastructurepermit applicants were forced to spend years and years navigating a maze of federal agencies each having the power to stop a project every time you went to an agency they had. a power to stop it and it would stop the project not only would it stop it in its tracks but it would stop it with our reforms there will be a quick and fair decision we will give each project a clear answer yes or no yes or no, the two year process in which that just applying is two years is not acceptable, it will be a very quick yes or no after the study, but the studies will be done quickly and they will be done simultaneously, so if you are in numerous agencies, you go all at the same time in Instead of waiting for one, two or three and often you go through one, it would take you six months and then you have to wait 90 days and then you have a review period and then you start the second one and now you go another four months and then you wait 90 days and you have a review period and sometimes you had to go through 9, 10, 12 different agencies, so even if you did it absolutely quickly, it was many, many years.
Before you can even think about starting it, we have up here, by the way, a graph of the old system and the new system, and I think the new system is better, I think it's better, not just in time, I think it's better in terms of process and I think it's better in terms of the importance from an environmental and safety point of view, but mind you, this is what you had to go through, in fact, it was much more dramatic when I first came up with this about a year ago. we took that and implemented it, it was so dramatic and it went on and on, so the difference is that a lot of those steps you had to wait before you could even think about moving on to the next one and you had to complete it.
Approvals for any of those colors where there was a problem or a rejection meant it was dead and now you go through this very simple but very complete solution, it's a beautiful thing, especially if you understand construction and other things beyond construction, like what I do at the same time that we maintain the gold standard environmental protections of the United States, the United States will continue to have some of the cleanest air and water in the world, which we have now, we have the cleanest we have ever had. The last 40 years I assumed that 200 years ago was cleaner.
I imagine it was very clean a couple hundred years ago. Brian, right, they'll say that's why I'm very careful with the fake news media, because if I say we have the cleanest water we've ever had, they said about 200 years ago, before anyone touched the lake, when the lake was a beautiful virgin lake, nobody ever touched it, they said, uh, yeah, they put me in that one, right?, so now I become extremely careful, so I always like it, so I say they're probably talking about 35 to 40 years, something like that, if it is different from those media, we will see all those people there differently than that, we will inform them, we will make an amendment that we will never make a correction because I don't like to do that one of the first projects accelerated by these reforms will be the planned expansion of i-75 right here in georgia that is in honor of his wife in honor of Marty, okay it is in honor of Marty, they have been looking to do it for many years, but the governor will get it done.
This expansion will add 77 miles of new lanes for commercial vehicles like those driven by UPS, saving drivers countless hundreds of hours each year. with us today is julian park a team sir, i know the truckers in ups very well who drives this route often julian please come and tell your story please thank you thank you good afternoon hello my name is julian park um the big island in front I am especially grateful for the fact that my wife was here with me today after 14 years. I spent the first 16 years of my career driving a compact car going from house to house, but in my last three years I have been in large trucks primarily in 75 and throughout 75 we have approximately 765 trucks in metro atlanta, 64 of them traveling from mcdonough to macon georgia, which is about 100 miles round trip, so with the congestion and all that, you get to a place where it's hard to get to and create all the time commitments, so every time I load my truck, Whether it's medical equipment, a gift for someone you know, a loved one, that time in transit was very important, so infrastructure is very important to me and all my colleagues.
Because investing in our roads and bridges helps reduce congestion and eliminate bottlenecks, making it easier to get packages where they need to go, and more importantly, it's safe for drivers like me, because we all know that the most important stop of the day is when we return home to her and my two beautiful children, so thank you. 14 years ago at my local center in Forest Park, with the support of my management team, I began the corporate health and safety process and through that team we were able to reduce accidents and injuries as we know accidents on the road slow down time. traffic, as far as we can we have since stopped all or most of that, so I would like to end by thanking my wife for being here for everyone.
That has been especially supportive of my division manager, Tom Rosilio, he supported me in my career and for the grateful opportunity to be here today, fantastic job, thank you Julian, but Julian, it sounds like you are attributing a lot of your success to Your wife, that's what a correct statement, uh, could you please stand up? How nice, thank you, that's great, great job, you're proud of the work she just did. I think, uh, pretty good, she's running for office next week. Look, great job, Julian, thanks. I would like to. to invite ups vice president of corporate transportation bill taylor to say a few words please bill thank you bill thank you thank you very much good afternoon thank you for visiting the ups gateway president
trumpvery much thank you, you know, I'm very proud to be a 37-year veteran of this great company.
I began my career at UPS as a part-time hourly employee while I was still in school in 1983. When I graduated from college I went into management and throughout my career I have had the opportunity to work at our airline in our shipping operations. freight transportation and also in our package delivery operations throughout the United States. Now I'm getting ready to retire when I think about Oops, you know all of us at Oops and Jillian is a great example. We at UPS work through very difficult times throughout our careers, whether it's hurricanes and natural disasters or some type of national event like 911 and now we covet the 19.
But all of us at UPS also see that as a great opportunity to serve. to this great country. and help get the country out and remedy those difficult situations. Look at the Airbridge project under the Trump administration and working directly with Fema. Another great example from UPS's point of view. We are all tremendously proud to help deliver life-saving supplies where and when they are needed. From an infrastructure standpoint, I know firsthand that improvements to our infrastructure will be a tremendous benefit not only to our customers but also to the communities we serve, but when I think about UPS, I know how strong our technology.
I know how strong our multi-modal transportation network is and I know that all upsers are dedicated to making a difference in helping America move forward, so as I think about finishing my career, I'm very grateful to be retiring. with a solid pension plan. I hope the same for all the essential workers who have a pension plan currently on hold that they can enjoy it when their work ends, so thank you for a wonderful career and the great opportunity to work with so many wonderful people over the years to help to make a difference, thank you, thank you very much, bill.
And good luck Carol, I don't think I'd let him retire. Looks like he has about 30 years left in Oops. I can't believe you're retiring. That's terrible. Do you want to retire? Do you mean because they? We will renew it for 25 more years. Has it. He has done a fantastic job. Thank you so much. Bill. Really great job here, as well as the commissioner of the Georgia Department of Transportation. Russell McMurray Russell. Please come forward and say some. words thank you thank you mr president mr president it was my honor to join you in washington dc at the usdot with secretary elaine chao and a few other state dot commissioners from around the country so that we can share with you this long and onerous and often bureaucratic process and you sat and listened to us in great detail that day and today, at the end of that meeting as well, I should add that the president told us D.O.T commissioners there in the room that he was going to simplify the environmental process and reduce bureaucracy . and making sure that the environment is protected first, so today is a full circle day for me, Mr.
President, that here we are today with the president and the Trump administration implementing another improvement, not the first, but another of the environmental process that will improve life. It's easier for people like us in transportation departments across the country to do infrastructure projects like the I-75 commercial vehicle lanes to move that freight from Savannah to Atlanta and beyond, while also providing a corridor safe for the many families traveling on I-75. 75 now I certainly want to recognize someone else who is focused on streamlining government and reducing bureaucracy and that is our governor brian kemp governor I appreciate your focus on transportation and infrastructure it certainly makes my life a lot easier so thank you now finally .
I would just like to recognize someone else and the president recognized her before, but the leadership exemplified by secretary elaine chao at usdot is exceptional. we have never experienced the kind of cooperation that we in the georgia deities have never experienced this kind of cooperation from his administration, Mr. President. that we enjoyed today so thank you for your leadership and thank you for the partnership that you share not only with Georgia but with all the states, Mr. President, thank you for making this happen. Thank you and Russell said it very well because there have been many steps that we have taken.
We've done over the course of the last three years that allowed us to take this huge giant step, this is a big deal and this is on the front page all over this country and, frankly, no one realizes what it means, other than the people who are in this room and others who do what you do, but the fact is that this is something that no one thought was possible, but it was all those little steps, Russell, that allowed us to get to this step bureaucratically and in all the other senses, so, thank you very much.
A lot and he has done a great job. Thank you. We're also joined by Janil King, a small business owner here in Atlanta. Janelle, please come forward and say a few words, thank you Mr. President, thank you Governor Kemp and thank you oops for your delivery. all my shoes on time i'm janelle king along with my husband kelvin king and he's the one who's really going through all of this. I serve as vice president of external affairs at Osprey Management, which is a great honor. We have 10 employees who are for which one. of them received their US citizenship this morning, so it's fantastic, we have over 150 subcontractors and we have a number of projects that are going on throughout the state and our ability to take advantage of opportunities and provide our clients with projects on time properly is extremely important, several have proposed fantastic ideas and helped develop new forms of red tape and current restrictions have hindered these ideas and have extensive permitting and impact studies that increase timelines, but Mr.
President, you have demonstrated what heleadership can do when you reform the old way of doing things, reforming infrastructure and building new roads faster will not only help our company achieve our project goals, but will hurt the entire state both economically and socially, so I would like to personally thank you for addressing the needs of our constituents at the front of your list and addressing our infrastructure concerns and our governor and first lady for working with you so we can accomplish this and our senators. , Senator David Perdue and Senator Kelly Lefler, for always being available too, thank you very much and look how proud your husband is of you he had that camera up that camera didn't move down he captured every word that's great beautiful family thank you very much One of the things I will tell you is that the governor and I are working on a couple of projects that will be big surprises for you, big big projects that you've been talking about for 20 years, I guess in one case, so we'll do them, I'm sure we will do them.
Done and I want to thank you all for the great presentations. Thank you all very much, my administration is also moving full speed ahead to improve the port of Savannah, which is now the largest agricultural export port in the entire United States and the largest in the country As many of you know, this project faced 20 years of unnecessary delays. It's been going on for years when they came to me and the governor said can you help us with this? I said we will help them with this. What is the history? It's been going on for years and years.
They've been talking about it. It never happened, it was also eight years of additional bureaucratic reviews, just reviews, this is not like, oh wow, let's start investigating, this is paperwork, people made a lot of money, it's a terrible thing, you just get trapped like in so many other places, but it's all ending now. The bureaucratic overhauls under the Obama Biden administration have been a disaster and getting worse, but I am proud to report that for three consecutive years under my administration we have delivered full funding for the Port of Savannah and are on track to complete the project within a period In a very short time it will be completed.
Okay, in honor of the governor, in honor of the governor and Marty, good congratulations, it was a great job, they've been fighting for it for a long time, you did it. We want a governor who will do it even if he calls me all the time. We can do it? I wish he didn't call so much, but you know that's the sign of a good governor. How about? Get up please. the sign of a governor i like the ones that don't call brian where they just leave me alone but his project never happens great job you do a great job we want the united states to compete and win in the 21st century and that means we will Let's not let our nation will be paralyzed by Washington's wasteful regulations.
We are the nation that built the Golden Gate Bridge in four years, the Hoover Dam in five years, and a lot of people don't understand this, but it's so true that we built the Empire State. building in less than a year, can you imagine the Biden administration that our former vice president opposes thinks about this, all of our permitting reforms and wants to increase the length of the permitting process, think about this, this is in their agree with Bernie Sanders, is Biden happy? to block projects in red tape and we want to build things, but they want to increase the duration, so they want to increase it from that to much longer.
Incredible, Biden wants to massively re-regulate the energy economy. He rejoined the parochial climate agreement that they would kill our energy completely and they would have to close 25 of their businesses and end oil and gas development. They haven't explained yet what they are going to do to power our big plants and factories, but at some point I'm sure we will learn that from AOC who is in charge of energy she is in charge along with Bernie? It's AOC and Bernie are in charge of the energy. I don't think Texas will be very happy about that. What do you think we'll call?
Governor Governor Abbott Grand Governor will ask you what you think of that Governor. I don't think he wouldn't want to waste the phone call because he wouldn't know how he feels and Biden wants to hold billions in federal ground transportation grants hostage. for states and localities unless states and local suburban communities abolish single-family zoning rules so they want low-income housing built in communities that, frankly, don't want it, don't want it, it already worked and We are finishing that, as you know, I announced it two weeks ago, we are going to eliminate that rule, it is a crazy rule and it is very unfair to a lot of people, a lot of people are very unhappy, it shouldn't take 10 years or more. just to get a simple stretch of road approved, the special interests in Washington will never start, they will never start to let you breathe, they never will, that is none of their business, their business is just the opposite and we will veto where necessary to make sure that everything happens and happens quickly we are not going to veto anything, the future of the United States there will never be a veto for the future of the United States, so my goal, my mission and my commitment to each of you is very simple, the infrastructure of The United States will be the envy of the entire world. as it was many, many years ago, we built the interstate highway system during the Eisenhower administration a long time ago and since then it has gotten worse and worse and worse and more bureaucratic and more bureaucratic and now we are breaking free and we are coming back. probably around 1952 we go back to a long time ago and again you have to get permits we want security we want to be fully involved with the environment we want our environment to be better than it would be the other way around but you will get your answers quickly one way or another you will get those answers very quickly and if the answer is a big, beautiful yes, you'll start construction right away, you're not going to wait.
For 10, 12 and 20 years our bridges, tunnels, highways and airports will no longer be a place of shame, but a source of pride from coast to coast, from city to city, we are building new roads, railways, runways and tracks navigable, you know we had. In many cases where they will get federal funds to build a highway it will take them forever to get approval and when they approve it they will need 10 times as much money, they will go back to the federal government and the government They usually turn them down, they say that wasn't it. the deal, but sometimes they simply paid 10 times more.
We're not going to do that anymore. We're linking our cities with smart highways and incredibly fast wide roads and, if you think, when you look at the farmers of this country, what they've been through with broadband. Broadband is so bad in the middle section of the beautiful middle section of our country. Our farmers, our ranches are hit hard, so we are getting fast broadband networks. We are carving them and raising beautiful new monuments to American greatness and that is what they will be, but we have to think about our farmers and no one thought about our farmers.
Our farmers are amazing and they are doing amazing work so for the farmers there is broadband here we come broadband they have been trying to get it for a long time many years together we are building our amazing future with American hands American heart and steel American as your president, I am more determined than ever to do that. America's infrastructure will be second to none and in Georgia there will be infrastructure and some projects will be announced that almost everyone in this room doesn't know about. Most people have given up on them. Brian I. I think they've given up, they've given up on the rest of them, but we have some things planned in Georgia that are going to be really awesome and everyone will want them, both Democrats and Republicans, by the way, the problem is that no one could get them. fact, we did it, one thing I know, I know how to get things done because under this administration and under this administration we will always put America first, we were putting other countries first, now we are putting America first, so I want to thank everyone By Being here, I want to thank you and congratulate you for having had a great career for many years, but recently you have done a great job, whether it was on Skybridge or anything else we have done with you, you have been fantastic, I want to appreciate that.
I really appreciate it, but I especially appreciate a state called Georgia, it's a special place, it's a great place and it's an honor to be with you and it's an honor. This is where I announce that this is good for the entire country, not just Georgia. It's for the entire country but I'm announcing it in Georgia because we have great things planned for you. You are special people, Mr. Governor. Thank you very much, Marty. Thank you all so much. Thank you all. Thank you all. Thank you all. Have a good time.
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