The second thing we did was said, OK, we've now identified the risk, but what do you want to do with the money? Because it's not enough to have risk; you've got to have a meaningful use for the money we give you.
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Simply stated, our goal is to gain control of our borders,
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So that's why I said, if you look at the average, you would see the money New York got this year was in line with the average across the prior three years and substantially more, by a country mile, than the money given to any other city.
We offered to move him to another office far away from the FEMA building, where he could do no harm, ... We told him that he would have a nice desk, a telephone and a secretary, and that he could spend all day rewriting his resume.
We're going to make sure help is on the way immediately to those who need it,
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