More than 10 million Americans, including tens of millions of children, are in dire need of immediate and urgent help.
That’s because of a looming disaster that threatens to destroy much of our country, and the threat of a pandemic.
This crisis has already killed thousands of people, including more than 700 children, and could soon kill another 40 million.
And we are just now learning of the worst pandemic pandemic that has ever been unleashed on our nation.
That was the pandemic in the 1930s, the deadliest of the 20th century, and it has ravaged the world, destroying millions of lives and destroying entire economies.
This is the worst outbreak of pandemic on record, and no one has been able to stop it.
So the time has come for our government to act.
We need a concerted effort from all levels of government, including our own, to save lives.
And the president needs to be ready.
The president has not been ready.
And so he has a choice: He can do nothing, or he can act.
And if he acts, he will be putting the lives of Americans at risk.
It’s time for a concerted national response.
The answer is to act, and we must now have a president who understands that.
We cannot afford to wait.
Let me start by saying that we need a new president.
He’s the right person for the job.
He understands the challenges we face.
He has a record of accomplishment.
And he is prepared to lead.
He is an optimist, and he will not be bullied.
We will all work together to build a new America that is strong, prosperous, and safe for all of us.
And it is our job as Americans to do our part.
But there is one thing that I will say: I am a big fan of Donald Trump, and I think he’s the most qualified person to be president.
And I want to thank him.
But he’s also going to have to go through some very tough challenges.
So, to help him through those challenges, I want the American people to know that I am asking them to vote for me as their president.
The stakes are very high.
So I think that it’s important that we go out and help Donald Trump get elected.
That is why I’m asking the American voters to vote in November, and that is why we are asking them today to vote their conscience.
But I think there are some other things we should ask them to ask Donald Trump to do, as well.
First, he needs to make sure that the health care plan that the House passed this week is signed into law.
That bill would repeal the Affordable Care Act and replace it with a system that puts Americans first.
It would provide the money to rebuild our hospitals and our health care system.
It does not cut Medicaid, but it would make it easier for people to stay on their families.
It will provide a path to citizenship for the children of undocumented immigrants.
We are seeing the effects of the Affordable Health Care Act in the states.
In Wisconsin, the numbers are devastating.
In Georgia, in South Carolina, in Mississippi, in Ohio, in Florida, in Kansas, in Oklahoma, in Michigan, in Virginia, in Minnesota, in Nebraska, in New Hampshire, in North Carolina, and in Tennessee are telling the same story: people are losing their jobs, they are being pushed out of the workforce, they have nowhere to go, and they are living in poverty.
The Affordable Care and Medicaid plan would give the American public a true choice, one that would be a real improvement over the current health care situation.
Second, the president should also help Americans understand that he’s not just talking about jobs.
He will make sure our economy is strong.
That means rebuilding our infrastructure, getting the roads and bridges in the country in good shape, and rebuilding our airports.
The job numbers have been abysmal.
They are not what they should be.
But the president also has to help us rebuild our military, because we have a national security crisis that cannot be solved by the Congress.
And our military is one of the best-equipped in the world.
The President is also going, as President Barack Obama did in 2009, to make investments in our schools and our veterans.
He knows that our military has been underfunded for a long time.
We’re spending about a trillion dollars a year.
And now we’re facing a crisis in the military and a crisis for our country.
So we’ve got to get the military working again.
We’ve got veterans who are sick and tired of waiting for veterans to get care.
And finally, we’ve had too many suicides in the veterans system.
And many veterans are also facing PTSD.
So it’s time to make some real investments in veterans and our military.
And President Trump has already taken the first step by signing an executive order that requires the Pentagon to pay $3.5 billion to