What makes America different?
The answer is not a nation of laws or regulations but the fact that our people are resilient.
I want to thank everyone for making this possible.
This is not an easy journey.
We are going to learn the hard way that we are better than this.
The journey is long and difficult.
And while it is going to be a long one, it is essential.
We need to know what it takes to build a future for ourselves and our children.
America is strong because we are resilient and because we believe in our people.
We know that we will be the most powerful nation on earth when all Americans can rise above and understand that we must do better.
This will be a very, very hard year.
But I can assure you that we can do better than that.
America has always been about the promise of opportunity, and we will continue to do better with every American.
We will make America strong again.
We can do it by being more than a country of laws.
We must make America resilient again.
That means we must be the first responders, the first creators, the innovators, the champions of all who are in the way of progress.
We should have seen this coming.
We have to live with the consequences of our actions.
We do not have the luxury of the past.
We cannot rest in the past, because that would be a mistake.
We also have to make America the place where every American can thrive.
That is what the American Dream means to us, and it is what this campaign is about.
We understand that this is a difficult time for our country.
But we are not afraid to fight.
This campaign is our opportunity to make a difference in this country.
We owe it to the future of our children and our families to make sure they are able to have a better life, to rebuild the middle class, and to make this country work for everyone.
We want them to have access to health care, to the education they need, to a safe environment, and, of course, to safe communities.
We believe that all of these things, if done right, are possible for our kids.
We think America is best when all of our people, whether we live in a small town or a big city, are strong and independent and capable.
And we believe that our children will be safe in a world where they can succeed, no matter where they live or who they are.
We hear all of the people who believe in America.
And that is why this campaign, by and large, is about America.
It is about the American dream, and the American people.
But the dream of America is not just about making sure everyone in America has a chance to succeed.
It means helping them to succeed because they deserve to succeed, and because they have a chance.
We all need to work together.
And this campaign will help us do just that.
I know this election is difficult for you, but we must fight it together.
This election is not about me, or my opponent, or anyone else.
It’s about the values we stand for.
It will decide who we elect as our next president.
The stakes are high.
But you can do the right thing, and that means making sure that every American has the opportunity to succeed in the 21st century.
We don’t have a choice.
We get to choose how we choose to go about it.
Thank you, America.
God bless you.
Thank your country.