The differences could kill the deal
"The Iranians are now saying that what we're saying the deal is and what they understand it to be are two different things."
Jobs picture is improving, but not income
"We are in the sixth year of recovery, and median income is below what it was at the start of the recovery."
GOP needs to woo workers, he says
Seventy percent of Americans "don't have a college degree."
And from Germany, Canada, Australia
"The Clintons' foundation took millions from foreign governments" including United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.
But the state prison population increased
Last year, "we saw the first reduction in the federal prison population in 32 years."
Recovery is finally picking up steam
The economy is "creating jobs at the fastest pace since 1999."
Data backs it up
"America is No. 1 one in oil and gas."
U.S. car sector is revving its engines
Over the past five years, the American automobile industry has "created about 500,000 new jobs."
An application, not a visa, is needed
Western Europeans "can fly in the United States without even having a visa."
It's been that way since 2012
"We're now the No. 1 producer of oil in the world. We've surpassed Saudi Arabia."
About $3 million per inmate
"We're spending millions for each individual" held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
If anything, he could be overestimating
In 2010, uninsured voters made up "about 5 percent of the electorate."
We hate 'em, but we keep voting 'em in
Congress has 11 percent approval ratings, yet 96.4 percent of incumbent lawmakers were re-elected in 2014.
The GOP has done better with open seats
The last time Republican U.S. Senate candidates "beat more than two (incumbents) was 1980."
It's an incentive, but not the root cause
"Washington has incentivized the militarization of local police precincts."
It was costly to the government and the economy
"It cost us more to shut the government down than to keep it open."
She's right, but there's a history of individual suits
"The House of Representatives has never sued a sitting president in all of U.S. history."
True since the early 1990s
"More women are graduating from college now than men."
Those from Mexico and Canada have to go
"If you're a Mexican, you get sent back. ... But if you're from a noncontiguous country like the Central American countries" then you can stay in the United States.
Hard to see another way to read 'Let's shut down the EPA'
League of Conservation Voters
Says Iowa Senate candidate Joni Ernst "promises to shut down the Department of Education and abolish the EPA."
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