LIVE: President Trump on ‘Transition to Greatness’ roundtable | NTD

published on July 3, 2020

Donald J Trump

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nice place well I've been hearing about

this one great job great job thank you

very much for being here it's an honor

and very important time in our country a

lot of things are happening and I think

when it all ends up it's going to end up

very good for everybody

it's an honor to be at Gateway Church

with the Attorney General are great

Attorney General William Bob

my friend ben Carson has done a

fantastic job at hard secreto

and a young star Jerome Adams general

where is Jerome Jerome along with a lot

of my friends out in the audience in

fact a lot of the great political

leaders from Texas I see some great

great friends and I want to thank you

all for being here faith leaders members

of law enforcement so important we want

law and order I have to have a lot of

good things but we have to have lawn

over that have some strength you have to

have strength you have to do what you

have to do you look at a Seattle we just

came in we just see over the screen and

we've been hearing about it bill and I

were talking about it the law and order

look at what happened in Seattle they

took over a city a city a big city

Seattle it's a chunk of it a big chunk

can't happen that couldn't happen here I

don't think in the state of Texas so I

want to thank pastors Robert Morris and

Steve Dolan they're great people great

people with a great reputation I have to

say that great reputation and Gateway

Church the team has been incredible in

hosting us and I'd now like to ask

pastor Morris and Bishop Jackson to lead

us in prayer thank you thank you Lord we

need you we need you at this time in our

country and I thank you for our

president I thank you Lord for our

leaders I thank you thank you thank you

I know in the Bible that when something

was emphasized it was repeated holy holy

holy

thank you thank you thank you Lord that

we are about to bring tremendous

progress to a problem that's been here

for a long time and I thank you for this

administration and Lord we pray your

blessings your guidance today on this

meaning in Jesus name

father we thank you so much for what

you're doing today you have revealed so

many things that are untoward even evil

but we ask according to Isaiah 50 verse

4 that you would give us the tongue of

the learned that we should know how to

speak to the heart of this nation give

us a word in season to him that's weary

and waking us morning by morning God

that we would hear and speak we have a

great courageous president who's a

problem solver and let him speak as your

mouthpiece and act as your instrument

and we thank you for this time amen

I want to thank you bishop and thank you

very much pass that's great and we're

gonna be discussing some pretty

important things today I think it's all

important but the timing of this is very

appropriate this was set up actually a

long time ago but the timing is very

appropriate we are here to listen to

community and faith leaders gonna be

hearing from a lot of the good ones

some of the great ones but a lot of the

good ones and to present our vision of

advancing the cause of justice and

freedom from day one I've been fighting

for the Forgotten men and women of

America and I think we've been doing a

great job of it that we've been doing a

lot in many other ways

but gets lost a little bit sometimes

Bishop you know that gets lost we've

done so much a lot of the things that

we've done that we're very proud of gets

lost like we got criminal justice reform

passed and they've been trying to do it

for many years

we secured permanent and record-setting

funding for HBCUs that's historically

black colleges and universities it's all

done we created tens of thousands of

jobs with Opportunity Zones Tim Scott

and we had great senator from South

Carolina that many of you know he came

with an idea and I thought it was a

great idea and we got it done a lot of

people said that could never happen but

nobody thought it would be successful

like it is tens of thousands of jobs and

investment in communities where that

money wouldn't go and we achieve the

lowest black unemployment in the history

of our country prior to the plague

coming in from China and we'll get it

back again soon it'll happen soon

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in recent days they've been vigorous

discussion about how to ensure fairness

equality and justice for all of our

people unfortunately there are some

trying to stoke division and to push an

extreme agenda which we won't go for

that will produce only more poverty more

crime more suffering this includes

radical efforts to defund dismantle and

disband the police they want to get rid

of the police forces they actually want

to get rid of it and that's what they do

and that's where they go and you know

that because at the top position there's

not going to be much leadership there's

not much leadership left instead we have

to go the opposite way we must invest

more energy and resources and police

training and recruiting and community

engagement we have to respect our police

we have to take care of our police

they're protecting us and if they're

allowed to do their job they'll do a

great job and you always have a bad

apple no matter where you go you have

bad apples and they're not too many of

them and I can tell you that not too

many of them in the police support but

we all know a lot of members of the

police I was listening today friend of

mine was on very important person said

some of the best people he's ever met

her policemen law enforcement people and

they're taking care of people that in

many cases they never even met before

and

great danger a great risk they get shot

for no reason whatsoever other than

their wearing blue they get knifed you

saw that the other night was a horrible

thing but there is no opportunity

without safety in Chicago 48 people were

shot and 18 people were killed in one

day

Sunday May 31st think of that 48 people

shot 18 people killed you don't hear

about it too much every child should be

able to grow up in a safe community free

from violence and fear they've taken a

lot of the police protection away in

Chicago and they have great great police

in Chicago I know Chicago very well but

they're not allowed to do what they can

do better than anybody they could do the

job for easily Americans are good and

virtuous people we have to work together

to confront bigotry and Prejudice

wherever they appear but we'll make no

progress and heal no wounds by falsely

labeling tens of millions of decent

Americans as racist or bigots we have to

get everybody together that we have to

be in the same same path I think faster

if we don't do that we have we have

problems and we'll do that we'll do it I

think we're going to do it very easily

it'll go quickly and it'll go it'll go

very easily we have so many different

elements of strength in this country we

have such potential in this country we

have the greatest potential with the

greatest country in the world but we get

off subject we start thinking about

things that don't matter or don't matter

much and the important things we don't

even discuss but we're here to discuss

some very important things today

politicians make false charges and

they're trying to distract from their

own failed records they have some very

bad records and these are usually the

ones that cause the problems or can't

solve the problems these are the same

politicians who shipped our jobs away

and took tremendous advantage of all

Americans but African American middle

class so much of that wealth and that

money and those jobs went to China and

other countries and they get trapped

they get trapped they get trapped in a

government morass they get trapped in

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in schools so I'm going to be announcing

four steps to build safety and

opportunity in dignity first we're

aggressively pursuing economic

development in minority communities

we're doing it very powerfully we've

done it with Opportunity Zones but we're

going to go above that at the heart of

this effort is increasing access to

capital for small businesses and that's

with minority owners in black

communities and we're going to get it

done and it should have been done a long

time ago it's been very difficult very

very difficult for some people been

unfairly difficult second we are

confronting the healthcare disparities

including addressing chronic conditions

and investing substantial sums in

minority serving medical institutions we

have medical institutions in some areas

of our country that are a disgrace I was

gonna say not up to standard that much

worse did not understand that they're a

disgrace take care of it third we're

working to finalize an executive order

that will encourage police departments

nationwide to meet the most current

professional standards for the use of

force including tactics for

de-escalation also will encourage pilot

programs that allow social workers to

join certain law enforcement officers so

that they work together we'll take care

of our police we'll take without the

funding police if anything we're going

the other route we're gonna make sure

that our police are well-trained

perfectly trained to have the best

equipment

some of the things that we have heard

because I know a lot of the people in

the audience and they're professionals

what they do they're successful people

and we're hearing things that are not

even thinkable I didn't even hear I've

never even heard of this before last

week it was like it started about a week

ago where I heard they want to close up

all police forces that's what their

attack on a very liberal governor in the

state of Washington is we want the

police floors closed it's not like they

want to sort of bring a little money

into something else they wanted actually

closed and I'm thinking what happens

late at night when you make that call to

911 nobody there what do you have what

do you do whether you're white black or

anybody else so there what do you do

you're dialing and there's somebody

breaking into a house and it happens to

be a violent person there are violent

people around pastor even you will admit

that right we want to think the best but

you have some very violent people and

when they're breaking into your house at

12 o'clock in the evening and you're

sitting there and you don't have a

police force they're actually thinking

they're actually talking about not

having a police force well that's not

happening with us we're gonna have

stronger police forces because that's

what you need in Minneapolis they went

through three nights of hell and then I

was insistent on having the National

Guard go in and do their work it was

like a miracle that just everything

stopped and I'll never forget the scene

it's not supposed to be a beautiful

scene but to me it was after you watch

policemen running out of a police

precinct and it wasn't their fault they

wanted to do what they had to do but

they weren't allowed to do anything it

wasn't really their fault but they were

running down the street they weren't

allowed to do what they're trained to do

and they took over the precinct they

burned it essentially burned it down I'm

pretty good at construction I want to

tell you that was almost what we call a

complete renovation if you're lucky and

it was a very sad thing I don't think

I've ever seen anything like that I

don't think I've ever seen anything like

that but we are very proud of the fact

that I called I said I'm sorry we have

to have

go in and they went in and it was like a

knife cutting butter right through a

bomb I'll never forget you saw the scene

on that road wherever it may be in the

city Minneapolis they were lined up bomb

they just walk straight and yes there

was some tear gas and probably some

other things in the crowd dispersed and

they went through by the end of that

evening and it was a short evening

everything was fine and you didn't hear

too much about that location having

problems anymore they went to other

locations and the same thing would

happen as an example Seattle would be so

easy to self would be so easy to serve

we have a governor here of a great state

school Texas as would other of your

political leaders including a lieutenant

governor it would solve it very easily

it's a a lot of it's common sense I

don't even think it's courage I think

it's probably more courageous the other

way because I wouldn't want to be doing

it the other way it's very unsafe so I

just want to tell you that we're working

on a lot of different elements having to

do with law order safety comfort control

but we want safety we want compassion we

want everything what happened two weeks

ago was a disgrace when you see that

what happened to numerous occasions over

the last two weeks people were killed

number of people were killed and it was

very very terrible and very very unfair

number of them were police officers and

it was a very unfair situation we don't

want to see that and with strength you

wouldn't even have that they wouldn't be

in a position to do the kind of damage

that they've done they've destroyed

people they've destroyed businesses

they've destroyed African American owned

small businesses that hopefully they're

going to come back we're providing

funding for a lot of small businesses

and hopefully we'll be able to get

everybody online and get funding to be

able to open up their stores and their

small businesses again

but we're working to finalize an

executive order that will encourage

Police Department's nationwide to meet

the most current professional standards

of force and that means force but force

with compassion but if you're going to

have to really do a job if somebody's

really bad you're gonna have to do it

with real strength real power and I said

and people said oh I don't know if we

like that expression I said we have to

dominate the streets you can't let that

happen what happened in New York City

the damage they've done you have to

dominate the school and I was criticized

for that statement I made the safest we

have to dominate the street and they

said oh that's such a terrible thing

well guess what you know who dominated

the streets people that you don't want

to dominate the streets and look at the

damage they did so I'll stick with that

and I think most of the people in this

room maybe every person in this room

will stick with that and we're doing it

with compassion if you think about it

we're dominating the street with

compassion because we're saving lives

and we're saving businesses we're saving

families from being wiped out after

working hard for 20 and 30 years I saw

the one woman she worked 35 years

building a store and one night it was

totally wiped out it's terrible and

forth we're renewing our call when

Congress to finally enact school choice

now school choice is a big deal

because access to education is the civil

rights issue of our time and I've heard

that for the last I would say year but

it really is it's a civil rights issue

of our time when you could have children

go to a school where their parents want

them to go and it creates competition

and other schools fight harder because

all of a sudden they say while we're

losing that we have to fight our it gets

better so many different ways but there

are groups of people against it you have

unions against it you have others

against it and they're not against it

for the right reasons they're against it

for a lot of the wrong reasons and we're

going to get that certain that we've

done a lot of it we've had tremendous

success with choice we had choice in a

lot of ways we also have choice in the

military you know before I came here

the vets would wait online pastor they'd

be waiting you it wouldn't be acceptable

to you I know it wouldn't be acceptable

to the bishop I know it's gonna be

acceptable to you they'd wait for four

or five weeks to get online of that

where they were sick they were feeling

badly and they'd get online and it did

say there's a six day wait sir there's a

two week wait is a one month wait and

you'd have people online that weren't

very ill and they'd be terminally ill

before they got to see a doctor they

died and for years and years they've

been trying to get veterans choice that

means if you can't get to a doctor

reasonably quickly you go outside you go

to a local doctor around where you look

and the government pays the bill and by

the way it sounds expensive it's very

cheap by comparison it's actually much

better now most importantly we take care

of our vets by far most importantly but

but it's one of those many cases where

it's actually less costly and better

sometimes you'll see a building it costs

less money than another building that

costs more because the one that built

the one that costs war

this one looks better the one that's

cheaper it looks better they say how

much more did you spend for that

building actually we spent less you can

do that it's cold you have to know what

you're doing if you know what you're

doing that's only good for the real

estate people in here of which you are

plenty weather so I just want to thank

everybody this is a tremendous place is

a great city is a great great city and

with tremendous people and tremendous

pride and I say the same for the state

of Texas you know your governor came to

me and he said when you had your bad

hurricane two years ago I gave up so

much money to Texas more he kept coming

more how about you so finally you know

that we took good care of Texas is that

right we took such good care of Texas

they were looking for the next hurricane

they said when's the next but they had a

big one and they say you had the largest

water dump ever

it just didn't stuff it came in and you

thought it was gone and then it went

back out and it reloaded right it had

happened three times and your governor

came and he wanted to build a barrier so

that water would hit the barrier

wouldn't come in to certain parts of

Texas Kobe said sorry I just have one

more request this is after we gave

twenty eight billion dollars twenty

eight billion I mean we watch the

pennies but when it comes to Texas we

don't watch them too closely up and he

said

Governor Abbott he said just one more

request and it's a very small one sir we

have a way of building a wall it goes up

and down it moves with the tides I said

this sounds expensive to me it was with

the tides and it's not a lot of money

could I ask you to do me one small favor

and a profit I said how much is it sir

it's only ten billion dollars and I said

start working on it right I said start

working on it because we can do things

to get rid of those you have some you

get hit pretty hard here they get hit

pretty hard here that there were you

affected very much when you had during

the Hurricanes itself we had a lot of

people who were displaced that came to

this area yeah well we took good care of

everybody so I just want to say this is

one of my favorite places I know we're

doing very well here during the last

process they kept saying that Texas too

close to call and friends of mine in

Texas say it's not too close to code

you're gonna win it all inside and I

said well they keep saying we had

one man got on television actually he

said I don't know where you come from

but I don't think this is too close to

call I think he's gonna win by a lotta

we won by a lot it was eight o'clock and

the polls were closed and they said

Donald Trump has won the state of Texas

and he said it simultaneously so and

we're doing good here again but you know

one of the things I'd have to say

because this is big oil territory I

think we've done a fantastic job with

bringing back the oil in a rapid fashion

that looked pretty bad I have to look

pretty bad you had a case you had a

couple of hours where if you bought a

barrel of oil you bought it for $37 as

if they gave you 37 okay there's never

been a thing like that ever and now I

see that it's getting close to $40 a

barrel and you're back in business so we

got it done fast and we got Russia

together with Saudi Arabia and they cut

production and they got in fact fast and

we're very very proud of it the supply

changed rapidly with kovat 19 or

whatever you want to call it I'd never

heard so many names you've got 30 names

you can call this thing I call it the

plague from China the plague it's not

good and it's not good and it's could

have been stopped it could have been

stopped in China but they decided not to

do that and we'll have to figure that

one out won't we

so I just want to thank everybody very

much for being here this is a very

spectacular place and I want to

introduce Attorney General bar and

secretary Carson to say a few words

along with the Surgeon General who has

been a real young star in the

administration and please if I could

Bill take over please thank you very

much thank you mister

Thank You mr president and thank you

for convening this discussion and I'd

like to thank the many impressive

leaders civic leaders religious leaders

and colleagues from law enforcement over

here that ghastly spectacle in

Minneapolis was really jarring to the

whole nation and it forced us to

confront and think about reflect on

long-standing issues in our nation those

issues obviously relate to the

relationship between law enforcement and

the african-american community but just

to step back a little bit and take a

broader view initially I've been

thinking about how do we achieve the

full American dream for all communities

African American companies all

communities and one of the reasons I'm

proud to serve in this administration is

because I think the president is moving

forward on the on the critical elements

necessary to provide and ensure that

opportunity first and foremost economic

growth without growth there is no

opportunity second

second education I think condi rice said

a few years ago it's the civil rights

issue of our time because without a good

education we're not allowing our young

people to seize their opportunities and

pursue their dreams and as the president

mentioned it's only by empowering

parents and giving them the power to

choose the education for their children

that were ever going to be able to

obtain that third I think is moral

discipline and our young people they

have to have the discipline to seize the

opportunity to make momentary sacrifices

for later gain and traditionally that

has come and people can find it perhaps

from many sources but traditionally that

has come from religion which our

founders believed was the foundation of

our republic and we have to stop

policies that undermine religion or

relegate religion out of the public

square

but now I get to my job which is safety

without safety you cannot have progress

you can't have a life a decent life in a

community and you know this was struck

home to me 30 years ago when I visited

Trenton when I was Attorney General last

time and I went to a small barber shop

in an african-american neighborhood and

there were people there in their 60s and

70s and they said mr Barr we're in our

golden years and we are living behind

bars look down the street all the bars

are on our windows and the criminals run

free on the street now we've made a lot

of progress since then the crime rate

has been cut in half and a big part of

that has been improvement in police and

the progress we've made in policing and

yes the progress that police have made

Police Department's have made in

building relationships with a community

I think law enforcement has understood

for a long time that there is distrust

in the african-american community toward

the law enforcement system and when you

reflect on our history you could

understand why because for most of our

history just up until the last 60 years

the institutions in this country the

laws and the institutions were

explicitly discriminatory there was not

equal protection of the law by law and

it's only been since Jim Crow that our

laws have been changed to provide for

equal justice and what we've had really

since then and so the civil rights

effort up until that time was to tear

down institutions but I don't think now

is the time to be tearing down our

institutions because we've been on a

march for the last 50 years of reforming

our institutions now we don't need to

tear them down we have to be mature

about this when we see problems we have

to redouble our efforts to reform our

institutions and make sure they're in

sync with our values and I don't think

anyone who's honest would deny that

we've made a lot of progress in policing

over the last

50 years and in fact you know one of the

things about this episode in Minneapolis

was how fast both the state and federal

law enforcement responded to to dealing

with with that action so I think that

while we saw something very bad it has

helped perhaps galvanize the will of the

country to bring good out of that and we

can't let that incident obscure the fact

that progress has been made that

policemen are by and large by

overwhelming majority good decent people

who care about their community and put

their lives on the line for us good

neighbors and we can't lose sight of the

fact and can't let this event obscure

the fact that the real oppression and

danger to our communities comes more

from violent crime and lawlessness than

it does from the police now we've never

we've never had it we've never had a

president who was more committed to

reforming law enforcement and he's done

that with the first step back than with

the first Police Commission since Lyndon

Johnson and I'm very optimistic about

you know what we're gonna be able to do

given his leadership but also given the

leadership of our police forces which

around the country increasingly have

become better and better lead and that I

think the police profession is itself

committed to addressing the issues that

we saw in Minneapolis and completing the

process of professionalizing policing in

this country and as the president said

we're working on a number of things

through the commission that he set up

and also through an executive order to

propel that process even faster by

looking at how we can encourage the

adoption of guidelines about the the use

of force that are acceptable both to the

community and

into the police profession but also to

encourage certification of police forces

and also through such activities as

increasing grants to encourage the use

of CO responders more and more our

police are being asked to deal with

problems that that you know hasn't

previously been the problem of law

enforcement they have to deal with

homeless people they have to deal with a

lot of mental health issues they have to

deal with drug addiction the the drug

addicts and so forth and providing some

additional support to the police in

these areas is going to be important so

let me just say that the Department of

Justice is committed to support the

president's efforts here do all we can

to bring good out of this bad incident

thank you thank you

surgeongeneral please go ahead what do

you go then Ben will goes okay good well

Thank You mr president thank you

everyone for coming today thank you to

the panelists I just want to start off

by saying that many people across the

country and across the great state of

Texas are hurting right now due to the

tragedy that occurred to George Floyd

and I just want to extend my condolences

to the Floyd family into the entire

Texas community because I know that you

all live together you work together you

play together and you hurt together here

in Texas and so I want you to know that

I feel that for you the president asked

me to give you a quick update on

America's Kovan 19 response thanks to

cooperation with state and local

partners we're making progress against

the virus we are and towards a safe

reopening through strong public and

private partnerships America has now

done more than 20 million tests and that

number is a big number it's not just

about the number it's also about how

many of those tests are coming back

positive and we have a positive rate

under six percent nationally and from a

public health perspective if we're under

10 percent positive we're doing a good

job so there's a lot of challenges out

there but I want you all to know that we

are moving in the right direction that

data shows that we are moving in the

right direction as a nation and this has

happened in part thanks to opening of

over 500 community-based testing sites

through the work of private sector

partners in the United States Public

Health Service which I helped lead with

Admiral cha hwa 70% of those sites are

in CDC designated vulnerable areas that

means that we're taking the testing to

those who need it the most to those who

are most at risk we also have testing at

92% of America's community health

centers which predominantly serve

low-income areas and communities of

color

we've helped equip our frontline workers

our

health care heroes with 94 million in 95

respirators 149 million surgical masks

and more than a billion gloves in a

large proportion of those supplies that

the president and the Secretary of

direction are going to nursing homes and

I just want to I see the governor over

there I want to give you all a shout out

Texas has led the way in nursing home

testing a hundred percent of their

nursing homes have been tested they're

leading the way in testing people in

corrections facilities over ninety five

percent of people in Corrections

facilities facilities have been tested

that is something you all should be

tremendously proud and these efforts

have allowed states to proceed with a

safe reopening while we work with states

to monitor the incoming data we know

we're gonna have clusters while we

respond to spikes and we adjust policies

as needed but I want you to know that

safe reopening is crucial for other

areas in health – we need Americans to

be able to return to cancer screenings

my wife just finished cancer treatment

if she'd had to wait six months to get

her cancer screen she might not be here

today we need people to get their

surgeries we need people to get their

vaccinations 42 million children are

behind on vaccinations now because of

the Cova closures we know every 1%

increase in unemployment equates to a

13 percent increase in suicides 13

percent increase in suicides so we want

to reopen safely we also have to

remember that being shut down has health

consequences beyond kovat we know that

being out of school is bad for your

health we need to get our kids back in

school safely

I have a 15 a 14 and a ten-year-old and

so can you tell I've been saying that a

lot but we know that covin 19 has a

tragically disproportionate burden on

communities of color black Americans

hospitalized at 45 times higher rates

than whites hospitalization rates 35

times higher for Hispanics and whites

and 5 times higher for American Indians

and Alaskan Natives

the fact that this virus is exploiting

and exacerbating pre-existing health

disparities and these disparate outcomes

and opportunities for health are in part

the anger the frustration and the fear

that we're seeing manifest in protests

around the country and that's why it's

important for people to know that beyond

talking about the problem at the

president's direction at secretary

Etheridge direction HHS and the White

House opportunity and revitalization

Council are wark are focusing resources

on minority communities HHS recently

allocated 15 billion dollars to Medicaid

providers and 10 billion to safety net

hospitals both groups of providers that

disproportionately serve Americans of

color and I spent the last 10 years

working at a safety net hospital

Eskenazi hospital and Indianapolis I can

tell you those are the places that are

doing the work those are the places that

at the president's Direction were we're

focusing our resources towards we're

working with a consortium with the

consortium of black medical schools to

fund and scale local efforts in

communities that again reach communities

of color CDC now requires all testing

data reported by States include

information on race ethnicity and zip

codes so we can continue to further

refine and focus our strategy on the

hardest hit communities CMS is

deregulating telemedicine to make

ongoing care for many medical conditions

safe accessible and convenient for the

patients and for healthcare

professionals again we can't afford to

let people continue to go without their

care and the administration's emphasis

on public-private partnerships is

allowing us to progress towards a

vaccine and treatments at a record pace

as a part of operation warp speed I want

to add that SAMHSA's just funded three

community behavioral health clinics

right here in Texas with the care of act

funding

some of your congressional

representatives are here I want to say

thank you to you all for passing that in

to the president for sign it to address

kovat 19 and behavioral health needs

these facilities integrate mental health

substance abuse treatment and physical

health care in one setting we provide

24/7 crisis intervention services

another notable mental health awareness

training grant is in Austin where funds

are used to train community health

officials including law enforcement and

we have many of them in the crowd today

on recognizing signs and symptoms of

mental illness and mental health crises

and how to help an individual who's

struggling that's all part of reform

that's all part of reform and the

positive direction giving our frontline

workers the tools and the training they

need to be able to take care of these

difficult situations as mayor service

the Turner said it George Florida

funeral we must encourage business

leaders to invest in our underserved

communities and that's what the white

house opportunity and revitalization

council is all about

I have upcoming surgeon general's report

on community health and economic

prosperity which aims to mobilize

businesses to invest deeply and overtime

in the health of their communities

finally to focus on chronic conditions

that disproportionately impact black and

brown people and may worsen because of

kovat secretary ather have instructed my

office to accelerate the release of two

calls to action the first on maternal

health addressing the fact that women of

color suffer more complications in a

much higher risk of dying around

childbirth black women are four to five

times more likely to die around

childbirth than white women Native

American women are more likely to die

around childbirth then then white women

and that's after you control for income

after you control for education after

you control for every known factor that

we that we have my second call to

actions on hypertension control for all

Americans hypertension is common it's

costly and it's treatable and yet

control rates are low installed

especially in communities of color so I

just want to close by saying that as we

reopen the basic public health

recommendations we've emphasized remain

important we flatten the curse but that

doesn't mean that kovat has gone away

that it's any less contagious that it's

any less deadly to vulnerable

communities so if you don't want to

listen to me

listen to Hall of Fame pitcher Nolan

Ryan Nolan Ryan filmed a PSA at the

governor's direction and he said number

one wash your hands wash them more than

you've ever washed them before in your

life

number two follow your local and state

guidelines around social distancing this

virus likes to spread person-to-person

so the more we can keep distance between

people especially people we don't know

the harder it is for this virus to

transmit and number three it says it may

speak and this is Nolan Ryan Hall of

Fame pitcher here when you're at a

public place where it's difficult to

keep a distance like the grocery or

pharmacy the CDC recommends wearing a

face covering to protect your neighbours

in the event that you have kovat and you

don't know it up to 50% of people who

have kovat or asymptomatic so thanks to

the hard work of so many health care and

public health professionals and the

commitment of the American people I want

to reiterate because you don't hear this

enough that we are making huge progress

in the fight against kovat 19 and as a

member of the task force I can tell you

that we frequently talk about the great

work Texas has been doing up until this

point to keep the people of Texas safe

to keep the most vulnerable members of

their communities safe and with every

American's help with your help Texas

will keep making progress we're going to

beat this virus and thank you for the

opportunity mr president thank you

thank you very much

ben Carson please okay well thank you

mr president for your leadership and

your courage I don't know of anybody who

could stand up to all the criticism you

get every day you know our nation is

continuing to a path of renewal or

recovery from the corona virus pandemic

but since the beginning president has

talked about being a champion for the

Forgotten men and women of this nation

that's exactly where we've been

concentrating and it's been an honor to

serve an administration with that goal

and I'm excited to see America beginning

to bounce back the infrastructure the

economic infrastructure of our country

is very strong secondary to the

abolition of multitudinous regulations

and targeted tax cuts it's still there

that foundation is there and we will be

able to get back on that track pretty

quickly but to help speed this rebound

the White House opportunity and

revitalization council was formed to

really help the long-forgotten

communities achieve Economic Opportunity

and it has been refocused at your

direction to help America's hardest hit

communities achieve economic recovery

overcome health disparities and thrive

through educational and workforce

advancement now to stimulate economic

development and entrepreneurship the

council has worked to set aside

additional payment protection funding

for our nation's low-income minority

communities and provided technical

support to help these communities to

access this funding they have stated

that during the first round the money

wasn't getting to them we are addressing

that and I want to thank all the

different agencies virtually every

government of

you see has contributed significantly to

refocusing and addressing these problems

the groundbreaking initiative known as

Opportunity Zones which encourages

long-term investment in the Forgotten

communities will also be expanded to

include more of the underserved areas

another major initiative improving

health and public safety comes with

several administrative and legislative

proposals for example we believe both

telemedicine and increase use of mobile

care can be major catalyst in our

mission to overcome health disparities

and underserved communities those are

things that can actually be done very

rapidly to bring healthcare to people

who've previously been neglected and to

further this effort we're also committed

to reforming the infrastructure of our

public health data system addressing

chronic conditions and entrance

populations and working to address food

insecurity and underserved communities

that means healthy foods at reasonable

prices that are accessible but wanted to

think that I just mentioned the data

collection we have 50 states and and we

have territories in Washington DC and we

have all of those many different

healthcare collection systems and we are

working to homogenize all of that it

will make it much easier for us to

identify quickly health issues and to be

able to address them very quickly other

legislative proposals such as advancing

national broadband access and investment

and minority serving medical

institutions will also play a major role

in improving the well-being of these

forgotten communities making sure that

we have broadband access will give

access to remote learning we will have

the possibility of taking a very best

biology teacher and instead of put him

in front of

30 students put in front of a million

students so that those students who've

been neglected during all this time and

relegated to places where they're not

getting an appropriate education will be

able to access those things but to

guarantee that fruits of these efforts

and that they're long-lasting we

understand the need to go forward with a

long term view through our focus on

education and Workforce Development

education and Workforce Development is

what leads to real independence for

people and the council supports

empowering disadvantaged students with

dual enrollment opportunities the

creation of new short-term education and

career pathways and increase access to

capital for our nation's HBCUs school

choice measures presidential

scholarships and second-chance Pell

grants to reintegrate formerly

incarcerated individuals our initiatives

that will prove valuable investments in

our country's human capital and we must

remember these innovative new approaches

and education and workforce development

are nothing less than an investment in

our future

we only have three hundred and thirty

million people in this country it sounds

like a lot of people but compared to

China it's a quarter of what they have

India it's a quarter of what they have

and we have to compete with them in the

future

so we need to develop all of our people

and you know education in particular

played a big role in my development I

was not a particularly good student and

that's putting it mildly everybody

thought I was stupid except my mother

she was always saying Benjamin you can

bring home much better grades than this

but I would agree that I could but I

didn't but interesting Lee enough you

know my mother studied the homes of the

that she cleaned as a domestic she came

from nothing

twenty four children got married when

she was 13 dire poverty discovered her

husband was a bigamist but she was still

smart enough to study those people who

had these beautiful homes and she

figured that the reason they did so well

it's because they were well educated and

they read a lot and they didn't watch a

lot of TV so she came home and imposed

that on me and my brother and we were

not happy campers let me to wear today's

world we would have caused social

services and they take their land but

but what a difference it made you know

starting to focus on education starting

to read books to read about people from

lots of different backgrounds

entrepreneurs and scientists and

explorers and surgeons and I began to

recognize that the person who has the

most to do it what happens to you is you

it's not somebody else and nobody can

stop you once you decide

and that's why with the console there is

so much emphasis on education because it

doesn't matter where you came from you

get a good education and you write your

own ticket and we must reject those

people who are trying to prevent school

choice who are trying to prevent the

presidential scholarships all the things

that are there to empower people and

when you will see a lot of that coming

out of this administration and you know

these investments and innovation

give me a tremendous amount of hope for

the future of this nation mr president

under your leadership I'm confident that

the American people will emerge stronger

from this pandemic and more determined

than ever and we the people will

recognize despite all the forces to the

contrary that we are not each other's

enemies

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that's good Thank You Ben that was

pretty good standing O for Ben yeah was

used to that easiest great job

Center fantastic job at HUD I have to

tell you that how about Scott will go

quick Scott so we get to forget

something but Scott Turner is he's a

star he's a young star go ahead Scott

well Thank You mr president and thank

you for your leadership and giving me

the opportunity to Shepherd the White

House opportunity and revitalization

Council and it's also been a great joy

to work on a daily basis with dr and

Secretary ben Carson and so dr Carson

thank you for your leadership and your

trust and confidence in me I just want

to deliver some good news along with dr

Carson to everyone on the panel you know

oftentimes you don't hear about the work

of Opportunity Zones but the tax cuts

and Jobs Act that the president signed

into law in 2017 created the opportunity

zone initiative and the president

created the opportunity zone Council and

that council was made up to take 18

agencies 15 federal and three state and

regional partners and move in a singular

motion to direct resources into our most

distressed vulnerable forgotten

communities and with this and that is

it's a tremendous time and so our

agencies on the council direct is a

resource we found 270 action items to go

directly into distressed communities to

help the vulnerable people of America

and we've built tremendous coalition's

partnerships on the ground we've been to

over 60 cities I've been to every one of

them over the last year to visit people

on the ground education leaders faith

leaders community leaders business

leaders elected officials Democrat and

Republicans see the thing about poverty

it doesn't care what party you are the

thing about revitalization it doesn't

care what party you are we're coming

together as a people for the good of the

community and oftentimes you may not

about this but we sit at convene and

such as this with all of these

stakeholders at one table to have the

hard conversations what is the pain of

the community why is the community

distress and what can we do together

both black and white Democrat and

Republican come together for the good of

this community for long term

sustainability for generation or impact

and because of that because of these

partnerships because of this

collaboration together and many people

all at this table have been working

together to bring about generational

impact so long after we're gone and

history tells the story there

Opportunity Zones is more than just a

program it's more than just a concept it

is a mission that is to outlast all of

us and I tell you that as you're here

because a lot of times people see a

government program and sister check the

box this is not a government program

this is built from the grassroots from

the bottom up

to affect the people in America mr

president I would say tens of billions

of dollars have been invested inside of

Opportunity Zones public-private

partnerships Erie Pennsylvania st Louis

Missouri West Dallas right here in my

great home state of Texas and other

across the nation much money coming into

our distressed communities and I say all

that to say even though you don't hear

about it often we have put our hand to

the plow and our feet to the ground and

all of these things were done prior to

kovat but I want you to know that right

now and post kovat that our spirit

remains the same that our heart is set

our face is set like flint our mission

is not done but we're going to need all

of you to pray for us to walk with us to

convene with us to invest to teach and

so mr president thank you dr Carson

thank you and to all of my colleagues at

the table thank you for your support

it's been a great honor thank you very

much

Thank You staff wait

well Thank You mr president I just was

thinking about that 30 years ago I was

serving as associate pastor at a small

church and I asked Bishop Harry Jackson

to come and teach us on race relations

to teach us what we didn't know because

we don't know what we don't know and now

30 years later a bishop Perry in our

setting on each side of the President of

the United States is concerned about

healing a problem that we've had in our

nation for a long time but not just

addressing one part of the problem but

housing rather secretary of housing

education justice here Attorney General

bar thank you for being here thank you a

great governor governor Abbott

and I believe that we're going to work

together and we're going to see freedom

and justice for all in America thank you

Miss Great job you do hear

yes thank you mr president thank you

pastor Morris for off from your church I

think right now like any other time in

our nation's history we need God

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I'm praying to the Holy Spirit to put

words on my mouth right now and I want a

nation to hear me

we need the fear of God mr president

you're the only Republican I've ever

voted for

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and I don't just say that to make you

feel good

honestly that's not my goal man I'm

saying that because you stood up for the

word of God

you

we are not as divided as our politics

suggest we are not as divided as our

politics suggest but I tell you what

this president when I walk into my

prisons I'm blessed I teach in prisons

across our nation

men who are broken the most broken men

in our country our Bible teaches us to

serve they're what those in prison our

Bible teaches us to serve the poor and

when I walk into my class and I say guys

raise your hand if you've gotten your

sentence reduced from the first step act

and every single one of them raised

their hand mr president and that's

because of policy but you're brave

enough to go against what everyone else

has said about you now I'm calling you

to do more we have a real issue in our

country in the root of it let's not get

our eye off the enemy the root of it is

fatherlessness our kids don't have

fathers attorney

AG boy you said it earlier you talked

about pulling God out do we talk about

education

well 71% of those kids that drop out of

high school don't have a father in the

house we talk about criminal justice

reform you're five times more likely to

go to prison or have a run-in with the

police department if you don't have a

father in the house we talk about health

care you're four times more likely to

live in poverty if you don't have a

father

in the house which means you're going to

be sicker we don't have to keep looking

for the problem when we see it now it's

time for Americans of all color I'm

calling on my white brothers and sisters

I'm calling my my spanish brothers and

sisters get out of your bubbles go into

the communities that are underserved and

let's do what Jesus told us to do

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we can bridge this gap of fatherlessness

all we gotta do is go out of our bubbles

don't bridge the gap with these kids

teach them what you teach your kids we

all have rooms in our homes for a couple

couple little boys to come in and play

with our sons and daughters

let's bridge the gap through love

through Christ and through being what we

all know we are and that's one America

god bless america

anybody like to speak please who goes

after that mr president I'd like to

speak my name is will Douglas I'm the

owner

thank you the owner of crimson care

pharmacy group here in Dallas Texas and

I'm also a Republican nominee for state

representative here in Texas yeah first

of all I just want to thank your

administration as well as Congress for

getting the PPP loans I'm speaking on

behalf of my pharmacies as well as a

dozen or so other pharmacies here in the

state of Texas that have benefited from

those because of the PPP loans I was

able to not have to let any of my

employees go and in fact I was able to

hire additional employees because our

business model had changed overnight no

longer could customers come into our

store they were having to go through the

drive-through

which created a whole litany of other of

other issues so so for that thank you

the reason why or the reason why I'm

running for office is because to me

capitalism is the most important thing

capitalism has created this bastion of

free-market enterprise that we have here

in Texas with Dallas being the crown

jewel and I'm afraid that we're going to

lose that system that lifts people out

of property I was on a call with with

leaders in the black community here in

Dallas the other day and one of them

said something to me that that it stuck

out or that did stuck out and and I

can't let it go and that's that I think

he said it was an African proverb but

that a child that is not embraced by the

village will burn that village down just

to fill its warmth as Republicans we

have to find ways to make capitalism

embrace the people that it's left behind

because if we don't the next time

it won't just be villages and businesses

that are me

burned down it will be the system that

has lifted so many people out of poverty

so mr president I'll be I'll be short I

just was going to say that thank you so

much for your leadership and I think

that infrastructure that you presented

today um is gonna help a lot of people

it's gonna touch businesses like William

is gonna keep community safe with the

partnership of these law enforcement

officials in the partnership with these

ministers that we have and advocates

like John ponder and Jack brewer and so

over the next couple of weeks I think

the American people look forward to

seeing the wealth of executive orders

that you're gonna issue on justice and

on economic empowerment as well as

legislative ass that we're going to make

to the hill but we all need your help on

every locality every group or

organization because it's really about

bringing us all together together that's

the secret ingredient and it has to

start at the local level it starts at

the local level because you are closer

to the people and we want to create that

infrastructure and give you the tools to

help you do what you do best and that's

how people prosper so thanks again

I'm mr president I'd like to say thank

you for putting this together putting

this together into our state of Texas

right here in Dallas a lot has happened

in the last week I'm one of your

officers here in Dallas I'm also one of

your commissioners on your law

enforcement administration with a

attorney general Barr

I can't thank you but I also have to say

thank you to our great governor and our

leadership that's sitting right there

without them if you don't make this

state like the state great we've had

some challenges because of what's

happened with Kovac but I want to give

you an update of what we've done on the

Commission so far where we've had nine

full hearings throughout this entire

time that's 35 panels 125 witnesses 190

written statements that if of

individuals and interest groups are

civil rights and community engagement

organizations that we've asked to attend

have no showed and those are the ones

who can make the biggest difference when

you're putting together any type of

reform because they need to be the voice

to come tell us what we need

law enforcement today is not what it was

yesterday

in my 25 years we've watched it

propelled to where our training is what

we need the most and with this bill

you're gonna see or with this commission

you're gonna see so many growth reforms

come out of it it could not have come at

a better time we can't take back what

happened in Minnesota not one officer

that saw that or federal officer and saw

that said that was the right thing that

happened that was that was it was it was

mounds and none of us we can condemn it

if I could have trade places with mr

Floyd I would because I would die for

everyone in this room because that's our

job

and

any one of those officers were there I

would have done that too because I

wouldn't have let that happen and I have

to say this to the citizens that we

serve in the citizens that are listening

we see you we hear you we are with you

and we're going to make this better

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thank you for your leadership echoing

sentiments of some of my colleagues up

here today thank you for your stance on

criminal justice reform thank you for

not forgetting about the Forgotten

people thank you for your commitment and

your support to the men and women of law

enforcement in this country and in his

soul so very important my name is John

ponder I'm the CEO of many called hope

for prisoners and what hope for prisons

does is we work with men women and young

adults that are exiting different arenas

of our judicial system to provide the

supportive services to help them to be

able to successfully reintegrate back

and get at home back into the workplace

and ultimately back into the community

and mr president thank you for coming

out and attending the graduation

ceremony for those 31 men and women who

were released from prison I cannot tell

you the the wind that was beneath their

wings because you came and spoke life

into them and they're on the whole new

list of life right now because of that

one of the huge components this is why

I'm so supportive of your stance in law

enforcement because one of the key

components to this reentry mechanism

that we built up is our partnership with

the police our local sheriff at Las

Vegas Nevada has given us close to a

hundred volunteers officers that are

mentoring and training men and women

coming home from the prison system and

sir never before in the history of entry

with nowhere on this planet to this

magnitude has the men and women from law

enforcement come alongside formerly

incarcerated folks and helped them to

successfully reintegrate back into the

community that is just further evidence

that we serve a gigantic god that wants

to bridge the gap five that is so

important because what God wants to do

the Bible calls it the repairer of the

breach see in communities across our

country there's such a disconnect

between law enforcement and people from

this recommended population but when

we're able to come up with with very

creative ways to bring folks together

because you think about it all across

the country that then that disconnect

people do not trust police do you know

why because they're not in relationship

with them and in what relationship could

you ever have trust unless his life

rubbing up against life in the spirit of

complete transparency that we have more

in common than we have differences and

out of that transparency build the

relationship and out of that

relationship it gets established trust

it is something that second chance

employers have absolutely fall in love

with when you can tell you know tell the

employer that the the person that's

coming that just came home from prison

that the mentor is a captain of the Las

Vegas metropolitan Police Department

that begins to just open doors so I

thank you for that

looking so very forward to

the direction that we're going and on

behalf of the men and women who are

incarcerated right now and our prison

system across the country thank you for

creating that atmosphere for them on the

inside but I know that you have dubbed

the trenches to create an atmosphere for

them once they get release so I thank

you Thank You mr president for for

putting this together today I've learned

so much from these men and women on this

stage I really appreciate that thank you

for you know my name is dr Robin

Armstrong and I I'm a physician and I've

had an opportunity to treat many many

patients with with the plague from China

and and it's been and with the Cova 19

and so we've had a lot of our bure to

thank you so much for breaking down some

of the regulatory barriers in the FDA to

allow us to to to use medications like

hydroxychloroquine and and to use

medications like wim de severe and

plasma infusions and all those

medications that are coming online now

thank you so much for that you know it's

been I will have the opportunity to we

had a nursing home in South Texas that

that had an outbreak of Koba 19 and we

saw a lot of nursing facilities around

the country that we're having horrible

outcomes and many deaths and and what we

decided to do was was commit to to this

facility and use a medication that you

are familiar with hydroxychloroquine and

we saw tremendous outcomes and and it

was

with the help of some of our elected

officials our lieutenant governor and a

state senator we were able to get access

to those medications but one of the more

frustrating things I've seen has been

the resistance of some of the regulatory

agencies to be more open to using that I

believe that I certainly know that that

Cova 19 has has significantly adversely

affected the african-american community

and I really believe that had there been

more of an openness by by the regulatory

agencies certainly by by our medical

boards all around the country to use

medications like eye drugs at work when

I believe more lives could have been

saved and so I really I want to thank

you for bringing that issue to the

forefront because I believe that it it

did give us more access to medications

and so in it so was helpful for us I

believe it saved lives I believe we

could have saved more lives but but I

just want to thank you for the work has

been done where you know regulations and

you've really broke down a lot of

barriers and regulations and in the

business community certainly I would

appreciate your what you've done on

attempting to to repeal Obamacare and

all the efforts you've made towards that

that that's certainly going to improve

access to care and so I just want to

thank you for all you've done but we

need to do a lot of work going forward

to make sure that we minister to those

who are most vulnerable and so we really

appreciate that

thank you for all the work that that

that secretary Carson is done as

Secretary SR is done and and our Surgeon

General here is done thank you for for

allowing them to have the freedom to be

able to innovate and do things and and

and and look at the data and make

decisions and so we really appreciate

that and thank you so much and

physicians are very supportive of you

we're really supportive of everything

you've done to help bring this very

inexpensive treatment to the forefront

and so thank you very much thank you

very much

appreciated mr president thank you for

this opportunity I'm humbled to be here

I'm chief Dooley Glen Heights Police

Department my experience is based on

serving in a large department in a small

department and I can tell you that there

is some phenomenal police work being

done out here across the board across

the board but there's also some

inconsistencies in our procedures our

policies our hiring practices our

termination practices our disciplinary

practices and I strongly support the

need for standardization based on best

practices for all police departments in

our country I thank the president for

his foresight for making these things

come to happen I know they're coming and

we need it we are a country of very good

departments but we need to be a country

of great departments and this message

today is about the transition to

greatness we have an opportunity in this

country to transform the future of law

enforcement but we need to make sure

that we have a relentless pursuit of

dedication to public service at all

times and at all levels specifically

national consistence policy on use of

force every chief would be in support of

that mandatory participation and natural

the National use for database use of

force database yes it needs to happen

development of net natural national

statements for discipline and

termination of police officers that

needs to happen development of a public

a police officer decertification

database yes

we need to be able to get those bad

apples out of our industry so we need to

enhance the police leadership in a

culture and it starts at the top we have

some great leaders in this country but

we can always be better we can always

continuously improve we need to

implement improve recruitment hiring and

promotion practices that are dedicated

to having officers that are relating

lately pursuing the service of not the

community but our community it's about

no not dividing us

but uniting us and understand that we

come from the community we need to

enhance the ability for police agencies

to implement effective discipline we

need to make sure that we have policies

that establish a framework for a

community policeman engagement that

fully embraces that police officers

serve protect and connect everyone in

our community so that we all can become

better we need training this is not the

time to defund police departments when

an organization or a business is

struggling to be better now is not the

time to take away those resources you

provide them and you hold them

accountable and you set expectations and

you and you manage them so they can be

better that's what you do

we need more training we need more

specific training that's dedicated to

service of those that everyone we enact

with on a daily basis those that are

homeless those that suffer from mental

illness those it's tough that need food

okay we need the training to be able to

connect those people we interact with

with those that can provide those

services

that's what we need in this country I

want to end with just these few thoughts

I have a very simple saying to my

officers that we serve protect and

connect and together is better and as I

look around this room I know that

together we will become better and we

will take this country to great levels

under the leadership of Donald Trump

[Music]

[Music]

thank you very much beautiful so it's

time to say goodbye we'll be back we'll

be back and I just want to thank Bishop

you've been my friend for a long time

and I appreciate everything you've done

and everything you've said a great

unifying source of strength and

everything else and I appreciate it very

much thank you I'm tired of people

blaming the current administration and

others in our generation these problems

began many years ago and what he's been

exciting to me is was the church that

began the abolitionist movement it was

the church and whites and blacks working

together that started the NAACP they

didn't have a black leader at the

beginning at the time it was the church

that led through in the civil rights

movement so I want to offer you my

support in these listening sessions in

that the church needs to come together I

believe we can unify better than any

group and what we're looking for you to

do is to give structural guidance which

you're working on in your you've already

brought forth some amazing things but I

want to affirm that Democrats can't

kneel down and where can't take off and

stop black pain Republicans can't take

some one-time act and stop that black

pain but I believe we've got a man here

who's courageous enough to begin

something that's talked and that we're

going to this time heal and so I weep

over this I pray for you as you know and

we believe we're going to get it right

there to say one last thing being a I

lost my late wife a couple years ago I

found out in dealing with her that

sometimes you just gotta listen feel her

if you try to fix it too early you're

gonna make a mistake

sure listening sessions are wise because

it's going to give that cathartic

process a chance so I don't want to take

up too much time sir but I wanted to say

that the people here I challenge you

Christians black white asian let's come

together and let's provide a safety net

and then we'll work with business and

then we'll work along with the

administration but don't push them out

here up front and say pitching out puts

it now puts analysis now because he's

never worked that way thank you sir

thank you very much fantastic thank you

everybody thank you very much thank you

you

[Applause]

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