Hillary Clinton’s speech to the DNC in Philly was a “word to word” speech, says President Trump

In his inaugural address, President Donald Trump offered a “meaningful” address to the nation.

But as the President delivered his speech, he left out a few words that are not mentioned in the transcript.

The first one was a statement about “one thing we know for certain,” and that was the President’s commitment to fight for “the American Dream.”

Trump didn’t mention the word “dream” once, but that didn’t matter.

“I will always remember the day the world stood up and said, ‘No, we will not stand for that,'” he said.

“We will always fight for the American Dream.

It’s the dream of every American.”

Trump was not finished, however.

The President also used the word to describe the fight against “radical Islamic terrorism,” and he mentioned his administration’s new plan to defeat the Islamic State group.

Trump also spoke of how he was honored to be asked to address the nation from the Oval Office, but it wasn’t his first time at the White House.

Trump said he was asked to speak in the early 2000s, and then again in 2018.

The president also mentioned the new program called “Make America Great Again,” which is aimed at getting the country back on track.

“Make America great again” is the slogan the President campaigned on.

It was designed to give the President a chance to praise his predecessor, Barack Obama, as well as to say, “Thank you for the jobs that you’ve created, the investments that you have made.”

The slogan has since been replaced by the slogan “Make the World Better.”

Trump said during his speech that he was excited to be here, but there were a few things he didn’t want to talk about.

He didn’t say how many people were on his list to be in attendance, and he didn://t mention his speech to Congress was a speech in a “way that I don’t think we’ve ever seen before.”

The President was also criticized by some for his speech in Philadelphia, which he said was a big speech, but he also said he felt “great” about it.

“I had a great time, and I will tell you, it was one of the greatest speeches I’ve ever given,” Trump said.

He did mention the time the crowd was “so packed” in Philadelphia.

“It was one hell of a time, but I felt great,” Trump continued.

“It was a great experience, and it was a lot of fun.”

The speech was not the only time Trump did not talk about his inauguration speech.

He also didn’t address the issue of immigration during his address, but did make some other comments about the future of the country.

The President did mention that the “baddest” thing about “radical Islam,” which he called a “cancer,” is that the terrorists have “a long history of killing innocent Muslims, Christians and other Americans.”

“And you see it in the media all the time, that they say that the radical Islamic terrorists are so vicious that they’re actually killing innocent people,” he said, but added that “there’s a big difference between the terrorists who attack us and the terrorists that attack us in the Middle East.

They’re just killing people and taking advantage of our weaknesses.”

Trump also mentioned that “we can do more” to stop the spread of “radical jihadism,” but didn’t go into specifics.

Trump was also asked if he would continue to support the refugee program, and Trump said “yes.”