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Universal Dependencies - English - GUM

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AnnotationPeng, Siyao;Zeldes, Amir

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s-1 Wow.
s-2 Whoa.
s-3 That is some group of people.
s-4 Thousands.
s-5 So nice, thank you very much.
s-6 That's really nice.
s-7 Thank you.
s-8 It's great to be at Trump Tower.
s-9 It's great to be in a wonderful city, New York.
s-10 And it's an honor to have everybody here.
s-11 This is beyond anybody's expectations.
s-12 There's been no crowd like this.
s-13 And, I can tell you, some of the candidates, they went in.
s-14 They didn't know the air-conditioner didn't work.
s-15 They sweated like dogs.
s-16 They didn't know the room was too big, because they didn't have anybody there.
s-17 How are they going to beat ISIS?
s-18 I don't think it's gonna happen.
s-19 Our country is in serious trouble.
s-20 We don't have victories anymore.
s-21 We used to have victories, but we don't have them.
s-22 When was the last time anybody saw us beating, let's say, China in a trade deal?
s-23 They kill us.
s-24 I beat China all the time.
s-25 All the time.
s-26 We want Trump.
s-27 We want Trump.
s-28 When did we beat Japan at anything?
s-29 They send their cars over by the millions, and what do we do?
s-30 When was the last time you saw a Chevrolet in Tokyo?
s-31 It doesn't exist, folks.
s-32 They beat us all the time.
s-33 When do we beat Mexico at the border?
s-34 They're laughing at us, at our stupidity.
s-35 And now they are beating us economically.
s-36 They are not our friend, believe me.
s-37 But they're killing us economically.
s-38 The U.S. has become a dumping ground for everybody else's problems.
s-39 Thank you.
s-40 It's true, and these are the best and the finest.
s-41 When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best.
s-42 They're not sending you.
s-43 They're not sending you.
s-44 They're sending people that have lots of problems, and they're bringing those problems with us.
s-45 They're bringing drugs.
s-46 They're bringing crime.
s-47 They're rapists.
s-48 And some, I assume, are good people.
s-49 But I speak to border guards and they tell us what we're getting.
s-50 And it only makes common sense.
s-51 It only makes common sense.
s-52 They're sending us not the right people.
s-53 It's coming from more than Mexico.
s-54 It's coming from all over South and Latin America, and it's coming probably probably from the Middle East.
s-55 But we don't know.
s-56 Because we have no protection and we have no competence, we don't know what's happening.
s-57 And it's got to stop and it's got to stop fast.
s-58 Islamic terrorism is eating up large portions of the Middle East.
s-59 They've become rich.
s-60 I'm in competition with them.
s-61 They just built a hotel in Syria.
s-62 Can you believe this?
s-63 They built a hotel.
s-64 When I have to build a hotel, I pay interest.
s-65 They don't have to pay interest, because they took the oil that, when we left Iraq, I said we should've taken.
s-66 So now ISIS has the oil, and what they don't have, Iran has.
s-67 And in 19 and I will tell you this, and I said it very strongly, years ago, I said and I love the military, and I want to have the strongest military that we've ever had, and we need it more now than ever.
s-68 But I said, 'Don't hit Iraq,' because you're going to totally destabilize the Middle East.
s-69 Iran is going to take over the Middle East, Iran and somebody else will get the oil, and it turned out that Iran is now taking over Iraq.
s-70 Think of it.
s-71 Iran is taking over Iraq, and they're taking it over big league.
s-72 We spent $2 trillion in Iraq, $2 trillion.
s-73 We lost thousands of lives, thousands in Iraq.
s-74 We have wounded soldiers, who I love, I love they're great all over the place, thousands and thousands of wounded soldiers.
s-75 And we have nothing.
s-76 We can't even go there.
s-77 We have nothing.
s-78 And every time we give Iraq equipment, the first time a bullet goes off in the air, they leave it.
s-79 Last week, I read 2,300 Humvees these are big vehicles were left behind for the enemy.
s-80 2,000?
s-81 You would say maybe two, maybe four?
s-82 2,300 sophisticated vehicles, they ran, and the enemy took them.
s-83 We need Trump now.
s-84 You're right.
s-85 We need Trump now.
s-86 Last quarter, it was just announced our gross domestic product a sign of strength, right?
s-87 But not for us.
s-88 It was below zero.
s-89 Whoever heard of this?
s-90 It's never below zero.
s-91 Our labor participation rate was the worst since 1978.
s-92 But think of it, GDP below zero, horrible labor participation rate.
s-93 And our real unemployment is anywhere from 18 to 20 percent.
s-94 Don't believe the 5.6.
s-95 Don't believe it.
s-96 That's right.
s-97 A lot of people up there can't get jobs.
s-98 They can't get jobs, because there are no jobs, because China has our jobs and Mexico has our jobs.
s-99 They all have jobs.
s-100 But the real number, the real number is anywhere from 18 to 19 and maybe even 21 percent, and nobody talks about it, because it's a statistic that's full of nonsense.

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