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The President: Thank you very much, Tony.
(applause)
Thank you.
Thank you very much.
(applause)
Audience: USA!
USA!
USA!
The President: Thank you very much.
You know, I've been here before.
(laughter)
You do know that.
Before the big day on November 8th, I was here.
I want to thank Mark Meadows and all of the
folks that have really made this possible.
And, Tony, tremendous guy.
We have some incredible people that we love and
that we're involved with.
So we all know that.
And I'm being followed by Mr. Bennett -- you know
that, right?
And I've been watching him say nice things about me
before I knew him.
Those are the ones I like --
(laughter)
-- where they speak well of you before you know them.
Right?
But I really want to thank everybody, and, Tony, for
your extraordinary leadership of
this organization.
And I want to thank, also, Lawana, for your
dedication to the faith community and to our nation.
Work so hard.
It's great to be back here with so many friends at
the 2017 Values Voter Summit, and we know
what that means.
(applause)
We know what that means.
America is a nation of believers, and together we
are strengthened and sustained by the
power of prayer.
(applause)
As we gather for this tremendous event, our
hearts remain sad and heavy for the victims of
the horrific mass murder last week in Las Vegas.
It was an act of pure evil.
But in the wake of such horror, we also witnessed
the true character of our nation.
A mother laid on top of her daughter to
shield her from gunfire.
A husband died to protect his beloved wife.
Strangers rescued strangers, police officers
-- and you saw that, all of those incredible police
officers, how brave they were, how great they
were running into fire.
(applause)
And first responders, they rushed right into danger.
Americans defied evil and hatred with
courage and love.
The men and women who risked their lives to save
their fellow citizens gave proof to the words of this
scripture: "The light shines in the darkness,
and the darkness has not overcome it."
(applause)
All of America is praying for the wounded and the
grieving, and we will be with them today and we
will be with them forever.
(applause)
Just want to finish by saying that -- really, and
we understand it was so horrific to watch and so
terrible -- but to those who lost the ones they
love: We know that we cannot erase your pain,
but we promise to never, ever leave your side.
We are one nation, and we all hurt together, we
hope together, and we heal together.
(applause)
We also stand with the millions of people who
have suffered from the massive fires, which are
right now raging in California, and the
catastrophic hurricanes along the Gulf Coast, in
Puerto Rico, the
U.S. Virgin Islands.
And I will tell you, I left Texas, and I left
Florida, and I left Louisiana, and I went to
Puerto Rico, and I met with the president
of the Virgin Islands.
These are people that are incredible people.
They've suffered gravely, and we'll be there.
We're going to be there.
We have, really -- it's not even a question
of a choice.
We don't even want a choice.
We're going to be there as Americans, and we love
those people and what they've gone through.
And they're all healing, and their states and
territories are healing, and they're healing rapidly.
In the wake of the terrible tragedies of the
past several weeks, the American people have
responded with goodness and generosity,
and bravery.
You've seen it.
The heroism of everyday citizens reminds us that
the true strength of our nation is found in the
hearts and souls of our people.
When America is unified, no force on Earth
can break us apart.
(applause)
We love our families.
We love our neighbors.
We love our country.
Everyone here today is brought together by the
same shared and timeless values.
We cherish the sacred dignity of every human life.
(applause)
We believe in strong families and safe communities.
We honor the dignity of work.
(applause)
We defend our Constitution.
We protect religious liberty.
(applause)
We treasure our freedom.
We are proud of our history.
We support the rule of law and the incredible men and
women of law enforcement.
(applause)
We celebrate our heroes, and we salute every
American who wears the uniform.
(applause)
We respect our great American flag.
(applause)
Thank you.
Thank you.
Thank you.
And we stand united behind the customs, beliefs and
traditions that define who we are as a nation
and as a people.
George Washington said that "religion and
morality are indispensable" to
America's happiness, really, prosperity and
totally to its success.
It is our faith and our values that inspires us to
give with charity, to act with courage, and to
sacrifice for what we know is right.
The American Founders invoked our Creator four
times in the Declaration of Independence -- four times.
(applause)
How times have changed.
But you know what, now they're changing back again.
Just remember that.
(applause)
Benjamin Franklin reminded his colleagues at the
Constitutional Convention to begin by bowing their
heads in prayer.
Religious liberty is enshrined in the very
first amendment of the Bill of Rights.
And we all pledge allegiance to -- very,
very beautifully -- "one nation under God."
(applause)
This is America's heritage, a country that
never forgets that we are all -- all, every one of
us -- made by the same God in Heaven.
(applause)
When I came to speak with you last year, I
made you a promise.
Well, one of the promises I made you was that
I'd come back.
See?
(applause)
And I don't even need your vote this year, right?
That's even nicer.
(laughter)
But I pledged that, in a Trump administration, our
nation's religious heritage would be
cherished, protected, and defended like you have
never seen before.
That's what's happening.
That's what's happening.
You see it every day.
You're reading it.
So this morning I am honored and thrilled to
return as the first sitting President to
address this incredible gathering of friends --
so many friends.
(applause)
So many friends.
And I'll ask Tony and all our people that do such a
great job in putting this event together -- can I
take next year off or not?
(laughter)
Or do I have to be back?
I don't know.
Audience: No!
The President: He's saying -- they're saying no.
Lawana is saying no.
That's means no.
(laughter)
So I'm here to thank you for your support and to
share with you how we are delivering on that
promise, defending our shared values, and in so
doing, how we are renewing the America we love.
In the last 10 months, we have followed through on
one promise after another.
(applause)
I didn't have a schedule, but if I did have a
schedule, I would say we are substantially
ahead of schedule.
(applause)
Some of those promises are to support and defend
the Constitution.
I appointed and confirmed a Supreme Court Justice in
the mold of the late, great Justice Antonin
Scalia, the newest member of the Supreme Court,
Justice Neil Gorsuch.
(applause)
To protect the unborn, I have reinstated a policy
first put in place by President Ronald Reagan,
the Mexico City Policy.
(applause)
To protect religious liberty, including
protecting groups like this one, I signed a new
executive action in a beautiful ceremony at the
White House on our National Day of Prayer --
(applause)
-- which day we made official.
(applause)
Among many historic steps, the executive order
followed through on one of my most important campaign
promises to so many of you: to prevent the
horrendous Johnson Amendment from interfering
with your First Amendment rights.
(applause)
Thank you.
We will not allow government workers to
censor sermons or target our pastors or our
ministers or rabbis.
These are the people we want to hear from, and
they're not going to be silenced any longer.
(applause)
Just last week, based on this executive action, the
Department of Justice issued a new guidance to
all federal agencies to ensure that no religious
group is ever targeted under my administration.
It won't happen.
(applause)
We have also taken action to protect the conscience
rights of groups like the Little Sisters of the Poor.
You know what they went through.
(applause)
What they went through -- they were going through hell.
And then all of the sudden they won.
They said, how did that happen?
(laughter)
We want to really point out that the Little
Sisters of the Poor and other people of faith,
they live by a beautiful calling, and we will not
let bureaucrats take away that calling or
take away their rights.
(applause)
We are stopping cold the attacks on
Judeo-Christian values.
(applause)
Thank you.
Thank you very much.
And something I've said so much during the last two
years, but I'll say it again as we approach the
end of the year.
You know, we're getting near that beautiful
Christmas season that people don't
talk about anymore.
(laughter)
They don't use the word "Christmas" because it's
not politically correct.
You go to department stores, and they'll say,
"Happy New Year" and they'll say other things.
And it will be red, they'll have it painted,
but they don't say it.
Well, guess what?
We're saying "Merry Christmas" again.
(applause)
And as a Christmas gift to all of our hardworking
families, we hope Congress will pass massive tax cuts
for the American people.
(applause)
That includes increasing the child tax credit and
expanding it to eliminate the marriage penalty.
(applause)
Because we know that the American family is the
true bedrock of American life.
So true.
(applause)
This is such an exciting event because we are
really working very hard, and hopefully Congress
will come through.
You saw what we did yesterday with
respect to healthcare.
It's step by step by step.
(applause)
And that was a very big step yesterday.
Another big step was taken the day before yesterday.
And one by one it's going to come down, and we're
going to have great healthcare in our country.
We're going to have great healthcare in our country.
(applause)
We're taking a little different route than we
had hoped, because getting Congress -- they forgot
what their pledges were.
(laughter)
So we're going a little different route.
But you know what?
In the end, it's going to be just as effective, and
maybe it will even be better.
(applause)
For too long, politicians have tried to centralize
the authority among the hands of a small few in
our nation's capital.
Bureaucrats think they can run your lives, overrule
your values, meddle in your faith, and tell you
how to live, what to say, and how to pray.
But we know that parents, not bureaucrats, know best
how to raise their children and create
a thriving society.
(applause)
We know that faith and prayer, not federal
regulation -- and, by the way, we are cutting
regulations at a clip that nobody has
ever seen before.
Nobody.
(applause)
In nine months, we have cut more regulation than
any President has cut during their
term in office.
So we are doing the job.
(applause)
And that is one of the major reasons, in addition
to the enthusiasm for manufacturing and business
and jobs -- and the jobs are coming back.
That's one of the major reasons -- regulation,
what we've done -- that the stock market has
just hit an all-time historic high.
(applause)
That just on the public markets we've made, since
Election Day, $5.2 trillion in value.
Think of that: $5.2 trillion.
(applause)
And as you've seen, the level of enthusiasm is the
highest it's ever been, and we have a 17-year low
in unemployment.
So we're doing, really, some work.
(applause)
We know that it's the family and the church, not
government officials, that know best how to create
strong and loving communities.
(applause)
And above all else, we know this: In America, we
don't worship government -- we worship God.
(applause)
Inspired by that conviction, we are
returning moral clarity to our view of the world and
the many grave challenges we face.
This afternoon, in a little while, I'll be
giving a speech on Iran, a terrorist nation
like few others.
And I think you're going to find
it very interesting.
(applause)
Yesterday, things happened with Pakistan, and I have
openly said Pakistan took tremendous advantage of
our country for many years, but we're starting
to have a real relationship with Pakistan
and they're starting to respect us as a nation
again, and so are other nations.
They're starting to respect the United States
of America again, and I appreciate that.
(applause)
And I want to thank the leaders of Pakistan for
what they've been doing.
In this administration, we will call
evil by its name.
(applause)
We stand with our friends and allies, we forge new
partnerships in pursuit of peace, and we take
decisive action against those who would threaten
our people with harm.
(applause)
And we will be decisive -- because we know that the
first duty of government is to serve its citizens.
We are defending our borders, protecting our
workers, and enforcing our laws.
You see it every single day like you haven't seen
it in many, many years -- if you've seen it at all.
(applause)
In protecting America's interests abroad, we will
always support our cherished friend and
partner, the State of Israel.
(applause)
We will confront the dangers that imperil our
nation, our allies, and the world, including the
threat of radical Islamic terrorism.
(applause)
We have made great strides against ISIS --
tremendous strides.
I don't know if you've seen what's going on, but
tremendous strides against ISIS.
They never got hit like this before.
(laughter)
Audience Member: (inaudible)
The President: Stand up.
Stand up.
Let me see -- he's a rough guy.
I can see it.
But they've been just ruthless and they've
ruthlessly slaughtered innocent Christians, along
with the vicious killing of innocent Muslims and
other religious minorities.
And we've made their lives very, very difficult --
believe me.
(applause)
We've done more against ISIS in nine months than
the previous administration has done
during its whole administration --
by far, by far.
(applause)
And ISIS is now being dealt one defeat
after another.
We are confronting rogue regimes from Iran to North
Korea, and we are challenging the communist
dictatorship of Cuba and the socialist
oppression of Venezuela.
And we will not lift the sanctions on these
repressive regimes until they restore political and
religious freedom for their people.
(applause)
All of these bad actors share a common enemy, the
one force they cannot stop, the force deep
within our souls, and that is the power of hope.
That is why, in addition to our great military
might, our enemies truly fear the United States.
Because our people never lose faith, never give in,
and always hope for a better tomorrow.
Last week, Melania and I were reminded of this in a
powerful way when we traveled to Las Vegas.
We visited a hospital where some of the
survivors were recovering from absolutely
horrific wounds.
We met a young man named Brady Cook.
He's 22 and a brand-new police officer.
That night was Brady's second day in field
training -- his second day as a policeman, can
you believe that?
But when the shooting began, he did not hesitate.
He acted with incredible courage, rushing into the
hail of bullets, and he was badly shot
in the shoulder.
This is what Brady said: "I didn't expect it, but
it's what I signed up for.
When stuff goes down, I want to be there to face
evil and to protect the good, innocent people that
need it." And here's a young guy, great guy --
and second day.
I said, Brady, don't worry about it, it's going to be
easier from here.
(laughter and applause)
Brady is a hero, and he can't wait to get
back on the job.
Several weeks before, when Hurricane Harvey hit
Houston, a local furniture storeowner, who's known in
Texas as "Mattress Mack," decided he had to help.
When the rain began to flood the streets of the
city, he sent out his furniture trucks to
rescue the stranded.
He brought them back to his stores, and gave them
food and a clean, dry place to stay, even if it
meant ruining countless dollars' worth of furniture.
As "Mattress Mack" put it, "My faith defines me, it's
who I am."
"We can afford
...what we can't afford" -- we can't -- and he said
this very strongly, "what we can't afford is to
cause people to lose hope."
In Brady and Mack, we see the strength of the
American spirit.
This spirit of courage and compassion is all around
us, every day.
It is the heartbeat of our great nation.
And despite certain coverage, that beat is
stronger than it's ever been before.
You see right through it.
(applause)
That beat is stronger than it's ever been.
We see this spirit in the men and women who
selflessly enlist in our armed forces and, really,
who go out and risk their lives for God
and for country.
And we see it in the mothers and the fathers
who get up at the crack of dawn; they work two jobs
and sometimes three jobs.
They sacrifice every day for the furniture and --
future of their children.
They have to go out.
They go out.
They work.
The future of their children is
everything to them.
They put it before everything.
And they make sure that the future of their
children has God involved in it.
So important to them.
(applause)
We see it in the church communities that come
together to care for one another, to pray for each
other, and to stand strong with each other
in times of need.
The people who grace our lives, and fill our homes,
and build our communities are the true strength of
our nation, and the greatest hope for
a better tomorrow.
As long as we have pride in our country, confidence
in our future, and faith in our God, then
America will prevail.
We will defeat every evil, overcome every threat, and
meet every single challenge.
We will defend our faith and protect
our traditions.
We will find the best in each other and
in ourselves.
We will pass on the blessings of liberty, and
the glories of God, to our children.
Our values will endure, our nation will thrive,
our citizens will flourish, and our
freedom will triumph.
Thank you to the Value Voter Summit.
Such an incredible group of people you are.
Thank you to all of the faithful here today.
And thank you to the people of faith all across
our nation and all over the world.
May God bless you.
May God bless the United States of America.
Thank you very much, everybody.
(applause)
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