I went through the minutes and pulled out the lines you need to see from the President's speech. They are down.
. 1 "I love the unions and I love the workers, and when I built buildings in New York, I built them exclusively with unions, people do not understand that, I was exclusive."
Donald Trump and the unions went steadily. I did not know that! And off you go!
. 2 "Remember – and remember, Pennsylvania – you know, Pennsylvania has the best numbers they've ever had in the history of this state, and for a very good reason, and you know what that reason is – hello, here I am. "
. 3 "This Shell gasoline chemical plant in Beaver County, Pennsylvania – I did a very good job here, we did very well – how many points did we win, does anyone know?" Good that this official speech in the White House sounds nothing at all like Donald Trump's stump speech! (Trump won Beaver County in western Pennsylvania with 18.5 points in 2016.)
4. "Unlike the big windmills that destroy everyone's property value, kill all birds."
5 , "No, we love natural gas and many other things."
So true, so true.
. 6 "I was a good builder, I built well, I loved building."
"I built well." – The President of the United States
7. "Do not worry about the rain, umbrellas work very well, especially if they are made in America."
Information for life!
. 8 "I love cranes – I love trucks of all kinds, even when I was a little boy at the age of four, my mother said: 'You love trucks.'"
. 9 "I do, I've always loved trucks, I still do, nothing changes, sometimes, you know, maybe you'll be president, but nothing will change."
10. "We have many roadblocks in this country where you have a bit of claws to stop a project, small claws can stop it for years, and we break those little claws just as we break them fast."
is a metaphor, I think .
. 11 "He was tough, he was bad, man, he was evil, but then he said I wanted to do something great, and you were incredible, he led Texas for about 14 years, and he did well."
12th "I think we look very good, I think we look good everywhere: in Ohio, in North Carolina, in South Carolina, Florida, we just got numbers in Florida, we look awesome." ] This is an official White House speech! It is not recognizable in Trump's election rallies, or ???
13. "Today there are more workers in the United States – almost 160 million than ever before in our country's history – remember, that's a damn bad statistic."
That's it! Also true! But something misleading! There are more people employed than ever before in the history of our country, but we also have more people in the country than ever before.
fourteenth "It probably costs me $ 3-5 billion for the privilege – and I do not care, I do not care, you know, when you're rich, it does not matter, I just want to do a great job."  A short diagram of the logic in this quote: Being President costs me a lot of money and I want you to know that → I do not care to lose a lot of money, even if I just do it mentioned → I'm rich, so nothing is important → the key is to do a good job. Yes, that checks everything. Go on!
15th "I was sued for something called 'emoluments' – 'emoluments' – you ever hear the word – nobody ever heard of it."
sixteenth "They went back – now nobody sees that Obama gets $ 60 million for a book, that's fine, though nobody in history ever got that much money for a book – Obama got $ 60 million – remember Nobody looks – nobody looks – but it's all up to me, compensation. "
17th "And what it is is harassment from the president, because this thing costs me a fortune and I love it, OK? I love it because I make the lives of other people much, much better."
Well, it's not possible Trump could violate the compensation clause because a) being president "costs me a fortune" and b) because he loves to be president. Roger that!
18th "We build a lot of walls."
19th "When [Democrats] came in, your fracking is gone, your coal is gone, people – I do not know what the hell you're going to do, you do not want to make any widgets, or you put on you do not want to do – do you want to learn "How to make a computer, a little bit, you've expressed it with your big, beautiful hands, look."
"Big, beautiful hands of you." – The President of the United States.
20. "He's going to go home to take those big hands, he'll go home, Alice, that's a tough job." No, you want to make steel and dig coal, and you want to you do. "
Big hands, small parts. They just do not fit together !!! It is unnatural !!!
21st "I won this with 42 points, 42 points, West Virginia."
Very official. A lot of presidency.
22nd "I think this time we have a good chance to win Virginia, it's difficult to win because you have some people there who may not agree, but I think we have a really good chance for Virginia too is something that a Republican has long since lost. "
Prior to Barack Obama's victory in Virginia in 2008, Lyndon was the last Democrat to win the Commonwealth at presidential level Johnson. So … So, this official White House speech really shies away from electoral politics!
23rd "There are many people back there, for example, for a speech at 11 o'clock, that's a lot of people, that's a lot – it's like the Oscars during the day."
The speech was in the afternoon. In addition, Trump never – never – notices (and points out) how many members of the media report about him. Why? Because the death of Donald Trump is not a bad press. It is not a press.
24th "We're going to race in 2020, so you better get out and make sure we win."
So much meaty politics in this speech! A lot of official business! Glad taxpayers pay!
25th "I do not know who will win, but we have to hit Pocahontas hard again if she wins, but she's making a little comeback, what a group, Pocahontas and Sleepy Joe."
Not clear, if I mentioned that, but here it is: This is supposedly an official White House event. That means paying taxpayers for the costs, not the Trumps 2020 campaign. That's strange, because the speech is absolutely political.
26th "Nobody can beat us, nothing can stop us, because winning is what Americans do, what we know best."
27. "Mr. President, please, for the benefit of the people of Pennsylvania, stop winning, stop creating all these jobs, stop creating all this product, please, sir, listen please to win. & # 39; & # 39; And I said to them – – and I will tell them that we will never stop winning, because no one has ever won as it has in recent years. No one has ever won as you have won. "
The best win. So much for the product.
28th "I've more than fulfilled my promise, even they said he promised things he actually produced more than he promised, that's true, but we're going to produce more and more."
Does anyone have an appetite for a word salad? Given that I've made more promises in this piece than I did, this is a good place to quit.