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SMOKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK
EXCELLENT B-ROLL COVER OF SMOKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK WITH MATERIAL SUITABLE FOR COVERING : WATER ENVIRONMENT PARKS TOURISM TOURISTS TOURISTS WITH MINIVAN VARIOUS ARTSY SHOTS OF PARK RANGERS PARK RANGERS HELPING MOTORISTS VARIOUS BEAUTIES OF SMOKY MOUNTAINS PARK ELDERLY GROUP OF FOUR PICKNICKING IN PARK GOOD ELDERLY LEISURE WINNEBAGO CAMPER DRIVES BY ANOTHER FAMILY PICKNICKING IN FOREST CHILD AND PARENT PLAYING IN STREAM ANOTHER FAMILY WITH STREAM SUPER EXCELLENT STREAM BEAUTIES AT 04:01:40 MORE WATER 04:03:00 ROLLING SHOTS OF PARK PARK TRAFFIC BEAUTIES ( VARIOUS LICENSE PLATES ) VS STUDENT TOURISTS
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03:00:00 college campus, students milling around, UCLA, bikes, UCSB, various upscale high rise apartment buildings, Day, some with palm trees, zoom in to windows, matching upscale high rise apartment buildings, night, Caltech college campus, high rise apartment building, inner city New York, 03:15:31 - kids playing basketball, Madison Square Garden, New York Post Office, Chrysler Building at night, newstand, New York street, Lincoln Center, brownstone apartments, country club ext., vs. modern upscale bulding with cicular driveway, police station with police car out front, CU police station door, ext. upscale building at night, children, kids at beach, 2 girls playing in the surf, woman walking on beach, 03:25:50 - teenage boy playing in the surf, mother kissing developmentally disabled boy (hard to tell he is), young girl trying to skip stone in surf, throws rock behind her, old man in mismatched clothing walking along rocky beach shore, children at playground, many hispanic children on swings and climbing, young hispanic couple go down slide, 03:30:00 - shopping mall entrance at dusk, Pasadena auditorium at dusk, vs. shopping mall at night, 14 story hotel in city, metropolitan city and dusk, vs. hotel at dusk and night, Blue Agave resturant ext., 03:40:13 - Zia cafe ext., O'Malley's bar ext., vs. exteriors, vs. Ivy covered two story building, 4 door minivan, door open and shut simultaneously, young girls feet jumping out of van, 03:50:26 - black-haired woman eating apple pie in front of US flag, mother tried to feed pie to daughter, teenage girl eating watermelon in front of US flag, teenage boy tossing and catching baseball in mitt in front of US flag, young girl with sparkler in front of US flag, teenage girl eating apple in front of US flag, mother and daughter's hand making a sandcastle, 03:55:30 - father with daughter on shoulders in pine forest, father and daughter's hands holding pine cone.
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NEWSFEED: 8/5/02. SADDAM, RUMSFELD, SPORTS, FIRES, WRECKS, GW BUSH, IRAQ & SADDAM, SPORTS; IRAQ: INT MS PAN Saddam & others at a table, CU Iraqi spokesman talk head, Z-OUT Saddam @ table, PAN Saddam walks thru party ; IRAQ: INT MS Rumsfeld speaks to Congress, VAR WS DX Troops travel thru desert, MS Tom Daschle talk head, WS tank in desert: VAR ; BASEBALL: VAR shots from NY Mets V. Arizona Cardinals game, VAR CU Football players & coach talk head (can't tell which team) ; BASEBALL: VAR Shots from Phillies V. LA Dodgers ; IRAQ: DX WS Large crowd of protesting women, VAR MS protesting/dancing men w/signs, INT MS Saddam @ table: repeat of earlier footage ; BASEBALL: VAR shots from Diamondbacks V. Mets, REPEAT of Football player CU talk heads, REPEAT Dodgers V. Phillies ; TENNIS: DX VAR shots from Andre Agassi match (he wins) ; BASEBALL: VAR shots from Royals V. Twins ; HYDRANT LEAK: DX WS Aerial on enormous fount of water @ city intersection, Ironically, DWP building is prominent in frame: VAR zooms ; HAMSTER PEOPLE: DX WS Psychedelic Bus, VAR MS room w/many cages, VAR CU animals in cages (hamsters/gerbils) ; TOLL BOOTHS: DX WS Cars pass thru toll booth, CU sign: pay toll, CU money exchanged, WS Aerial on highway prior to toll ; TOLLS: 2 DX CU talk head about tolls, DX WS Ext. Coffee shop, VAR INT MS people eating at Coffee shop ; CONTROLLED BURNING: DX WS PAN over smoking ground w/mtns BG, WS bulldozer moves earth w/flames BG, VAR WS fires & earth movers ; DRUNK PILOTS: INT WS B/W Security Cam of bar T/L as pilots get drunk & play pool ; EAGLE RELEASED: DX MS Eagle on wooden perch, WS Forest ranger & kids, VAR CUs eagle in cage, WS people holding hands in prayer? ; TRAIN VS MINIVAN (TRAIN WINS): VAR WS DX ACCIDENT AFTERMATH Stopped train w/crushed minivan FG, VAR WS ambulance w/crash BG ; MOTEL FIRE/DOG RESCUE: DX MS Dog given oxygen by firefghters, VAR MS charred interior motel, WS Aerial on motel w/fire trucks ; TROOPER SHOT: DX WS Shack in woods, CU bullet-hole in window, VAR WS on shack, VAR CU talk heads ;
Home Bazouges A playroom in the forest for the summer
Loire Bretagne
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Costa Rica, beach, trees and ocean, paintings, Costa Rica art, tropical flower, Macaw parrot, toy parrots hanging, South American people on the street, students and young people, faces, man playing violin, musician, children, kids, minivan over metal bridge on dirt road, pickup truck across mud and river, tropical beach, tea or coffee plantations, volcanoes, lakes and country landscape, church, Lake Arenal, La Fortuna, Poas National Park, geothermal area, Irazu volcano with green pool of water or lake in center, Rincon Volcano with smoke rising in forest, las Pailas bubbling mud pools, geothermal area, geothermal energy plant under construction, hot water stream, El Tucano motel with swimming pool, Arenal volcano, small waterfalls, tropical waterfall in rain forest tilt down to water, wetland or swamp, water flowing, Reventazon River dam, children, kids play in river, sliding down rock, summer fun, tourists into rubber raft, white water rafting, people fall out of raft, Guaybo ruins, pre-Columbian stone walls, stone road through jungle, stone carvings, ruins, artifacts in National museum, granite balls, ceramic figures, statues, man plow fields with ox, oxcart broken down on road, small store along side of road, painting oxcart wheels, Toucan and wider with zoo keeper, macaw parrots in cages, baby macaws, coffee plantation, beans on vines, picking coffee, school field trip with ranger or guide, San Jose botanical gardens, orchids, kids in park, ruins of old church in Cartago, bell, pedestrians in park, La Negrita black virgin, farms, Ujarras church ruins, religious procession, festivals, puppets, San Jose Valley, street signs, people in park, newsboy, newsstand, man reads paper LaNacion, Bellavista Fort with modern traffic foreground, National Museum, families walking in front of museum, man sitting under tree talking, couples, Central Ave. and pedestrians, street traffic, fountains, traffic, police, Gran Hotel, open air market, toys, stuffed parrots, fruit and vegetable market, newsboy at newsstand, lottery ticket vendor, pigeon on old man's head, kids feed pigeons, man blowing bubbles, boy blowing bubbles, National Theatre and Opera, construction workers on red roof, woman dancing on street, live band, huge crowd with balloons, little boy dancing on stge, puppet show, Rain forest, weatherstone, Rain storm in jungle, man walking on muddy road, jungle with mountains, water drops on plants, CU vegetation with water droplets, ferns, fiddleheads, logging, deforestation, tractor on muddy dirt road in rainstorm, shots from tractor, hut in jungle, trees in rainstorm, rain, house in jungle, rubber boots on porch, hikers in rain forest, tropical flwoers, waterfalls, ferns, pickup truck down dirt road through jungle, dirt road empty through jungle, rain forest with fog or swamp gas, cloud forest, clouds drifting, deforestation, cattle grazing in fields, cows grazing, farmer milking cow, boy feeding cow with plastic bottle, Monteverde Cheese factory, sign, ext. man and painted oxcart with milk cans in back, oxcarts passing in opposite direction on road, artist and paintings, Fonda Vela Hotel, ext. small hotel in forest, family having lunch on veranda or porch, food, violin maker in garden setting, CU violin sanding, man holds up violins, violinist and cello player in garden performing, El Establo hotel sign, horses trotting through gate in field, horses running into corral, boy with lasso, cowboy roping horses, saddle on horse, tourists riding, trail in rain forest, school, line of rubber boots on porch, children play in trees in rain forest, kids play in fields, tropical beach with forest, deserted, people on beach, surfer, girl on beach, man in hammock with dog, cars parked along beach, vendors playing paddelball, kids play in waves, couples walking, deserted beach, iguana lizard, monkey in tree, rain forest, jungle, leafcutter ants carrying leaves, dirt road and dust from traffic, palm oil factory, rain forest, jungle, dirt road and people walking, pan to giant granite ball, men walk through jungle, waves on beach with palsm, little house on cove, old bridge, collapsed road from earthquake damage, gas or oil truck on dirt road in jungle, people across footbridge, man unloading bags from truck, man take bags across river in longboat, unload bags from canoe
Indonesia Bali Amrozi - First pictures of prime suspect in Bali bombings
TAPE: EF02/0964 IN_TIME: 01:39:13 DURATION: 2:21 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Bali, 13 Nov 2002 SHOTLIST: 1. Indonesian Police Chief Da'i Bachtiar walking into Detective Unit of police station 2. Shot through window, Amrozi in handcuffs being brought into room, Amrozi sits down 3. Cutaway policemen and officials 4. Bachtiar showing Amrozi to media, Amrozi sits down 5. Amrozi smiling 6. Amrozi's handcuffs being taken off 7. Bachtiar talking 8. Reverse shot Amrozi 9. Amrozi talking to Bachtiar infront of officials 10. Close up handcuff on Amrozi's hand (his right hand is free) 11. Close up Amrozi 12. Amrozi talking to Bachtiar 13. Close up Bachtiar pan to Amrozi 14. Cutaway officials 15. UPSOUND: (Bahasa Indonesian) Amrozi, Prime Suspect Bali attack "I want to say I am sorry to my family, my relatives, especially my parents. I didn't involve anyone else in the family but myself and my brother Ali Imron." 16. Cutaway officials looking on 17. Amrozi waves to media outside, Amrozi smiles 18. Media outside 'Direktorat Reserse' (Detective Unit) STORYLINE: The prime suspect behind the October 12 Bali attack which killed nearly two hundred people has appeared in front of the media for the first time. Amrozi was questioned on Wednesday by the Indonesian Police Chief Da'i Bachtiar in Denpasar, the capital of Bali. Amrozi apologised to his family for his alleged involvement in the attack. Police have said Amrozi has admitted owning a L300 Mitsubishi minivan that was filled with at least 50 kilogrammes (110 pounds) of explosives that blew up on October 12. Police also said they have found TNT - used in at least one of the bombs - at an apartment and hotel room in Denpasar, Bali where they say the prime suspect, identified as Amrozi, and his accomplices stayed before the October 12 attack. Officials said that Amrozi also told police he was a field commander for the group behind the attack, and admitted bringing the minivan and bomb-making materials to Bali. Indonesian police are seeking two brothers of Amrozi, after finding weapons and thousands of bullets in a forest near his house in Tenggulun in East Java. Foreign governments have suggested Jemaah Islamiyah, purported to have links with al-Qaida, was behind the blast. On Monday, police added credence to that allegation by announcing that the 40-year-old Amrozi had studied under the group's alleged spiritual leader Abu Bakar Bashir.
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NEWSFEED: 12/6-7/2006 IRAQ STUDY REPORT COMES OUT, GOOD CRIME SCENES, TACO BELL RECEIVING SHIPMENT, SMALL DINER KITCHEN ;MN US CASUALTY TURCOTTE stills. TONY BLAIR AGREES WITH GATES RE IRAQ Blair speaking in Parliament ;WI EXPLOSION press conf. BUSH WITH PRESIDENT OF COSTA RICA press conf by that fireplace. OH CAGED CHILDREN blurred trial ;AR HOUSE FIRE NX house fire aftermath- firefighters examine intact house. MIDDLE EAST AMNESTY SEC VISITS BOMB SITE ;MA MISSING TEEN manhunt on snow-flecked hill. PA ANTI CRIME T-SHIRTS inflatable xmas decoration; Police officer holds up 'Not In My Town, Scumbag' t-shirt (money back if you get beat up), 'Upper Darby Police Dept' ;Xmas decorations along main street. NJ TACO BELL REOPENS shopping mall, NX Taco Bell, NX Aerial loading trucks at warehouse ;UK IRAQ STUDY REPORT. TACO BELL E COLI hand holding bunch of scallions ('Some folks call them green onions...') ;Supplies arrive at Taco Bell, NX lone customer sitting inside Taco Bell, DX Taco Bell, 'McLane Food Service Distribution' truck ;IRAQ STUDY REPORT RELEASED. MISSING FAMILY search party on mtn road, Air to Air helicopter over forest covered mtn ;NO TITLE press conf about a disaster in Milwaukee ;ITALY RESTORED GOTH FRESCOS Roman Coliseum, frescoes in room with vaulted ceiling ;12/7/1988 EARTHQUAKE IN ARMENIA collapsed bldg, soldiers searching rubble. 12/7/1993 LIRR MASSACRE NX flashing lights, cordon ;12/7/1941 ATTACK ON PEARL HARBOR. TX WANTED BILLBOARDS for Mitchell Rainey being put up ;BUFFALO COPS SHOT rainy day gas station, NX crime scene with snow. TX WOMAN HOSES THIEF WITH GAS Dusk crime scene at gas station ; OH SMOKING BAN diner restaurant kitchen, empty tables, Dusk neon 'Open' sign in window, cook flips eggs ;WA ACCIDENT CLOSES I-5 Dusk cars on detour, police around minivan. WA BOEING 'VIRTUAL' 787 computer illustrates assembly of plane; CA KIMS CAR IMPOUNDED cars in lot. HI 65TH SECOND CUT military memorial service. AZ NEWSER ON GOUDEAU ;
Peru Floods
AP-APTN-2230: Peru Floods Tuesday, 17 January 2012 STORY:Peru Floods- 4:3 Intense rains trigger floods and landslides LENGTH: 01:28 FIRST RUN: 2030 RESTRICTIONS: No Access Peru TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: CHANNEL 7 STORY NUMBER: 723786 DATELINE: Various - 16/17 2012 LENGTH: 01:28 CANAL 7- NO ACCESS PERU SHOTLIST San Martin, 17 January 2012 1. Various of people wading through flooded road with water up to their chest 2. People moving by boat, the road has become a river 3. Tracking shot of some families with their belongings on a dry side of the road 4. Flooded streets in town centre 5. Tracking shot of floods threatening local businesses Quillabamba, Cusco province - 16 January 2012 6. Large landslide partially blocking the road 7. Wide of hillside; zoom in to queue of trucks and cars 8. Various of Minivans (used in Peru as buses) awaiting the reopening of the road under the rain STORYLINE Heavy rains caused severe floods in the Peruvian regions of San Martin and Tumbes and a major landslide over a road in Cusco province. Peru's Civil Defence said on Tuesday that the overflowing of the Huayabamba river in San Martin, located in the upper part of the Peruvian Amazon forest, flooded the village of Pachiza and surrounding farming land damaging over 60 houses. The coastal region of Tumbes, bordering Ecuador, also suffered non-stop downpour since the weekend which has caused major damages in the electrical grid and in the sewage system of the city of Tumbes. Meanwhile in the Andean plateau, in the province of Cusco, the rains caused a large landslide which collapsed over a road in Quillabamba. Dozens of trucks and minivans have been stuck at the road between Quillabamba and Alfamayo since early Tuesday awaiting for civil defence workers to clear the mudslide. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. AP'S HIGH DEFINITION ROLLOUT TIMETABLE All Customers This message is for ALL Associated Press (AP) customers to inform you of the upcoming changes to our service and how they will affect your organization. The timeline AP will be rolling out High Definition (HD) in phases, beginning with Entertainment from 11 November 2011, followed by Sports News Television (SNTV) in January 2012. The completion date for all News services will be Q2 2012 in time for the 2012 London Olympics in July and the US presidential elections in November. What does this mean for you? The HD upgrade will affect ALL customers. Changes to Delivery If you want to upgrade to HD, you will need to make changes to your hardware equipment - either by adopting Media Port or you may need to upgrade your current Media Port server. AP Direct will also be transitioned to an encrypted HD ONLY delivery and customers will need to provide their own HD compatible Integrated Receiver Decoder (IRD). This will need to be operational by 1 February 2012. Satellite Upgrades We are upgrading our satellite network. This upgrade will affect ALL AP customers. For a full overview of changes to delivery and satellite upgrades, please visit: www.aphighdefinition.com To retrieve the login, please email: edcustomerliaisonap.org or aptn-webadminap.org ++++ APTN APEX 01-17-12 1738EST
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NEWSFEED: 12/5-6/2006 DREARY NEIGHBORHOOD, MOVING AN AIRCRAFT CARRIER, CAR FIRE, CHRISTMAS EVENT FOR HANDICAPPED KIDS, SNOWFALL ;MA BU PLAYERS ATTACKED dreary working class neighborhood. OR MISSING FAMILY press conf ;NY USS INTREPID MOVES tugboat approaches aircraft carrier. BU HOCKEY PLAYERS HOSPITALIZED; FL MINIVAN BURNS Aerial firefighters hosing burning car. FL STRONG ARMED ROBBERY surveillance video, Auto Zone ;SC XMAS FLOAT/DRUNK DRIVING poor video of truck pulling float, trial. NY INTREPID PASSES STATUE Aerial carrier being pushed; TX PIPE ATTACK TRIAL. 12/6/1989 14 KILLED/MONTREAL NX ambulance arriving, young woman on gurney ;12/6/1994 ORANGE COUNTY BANKRUPTCY estb nicer parts of Orange County, hearing. 12/6/1993 PORTER/SEXUAL ASSAULT trial ;THE UNIT BOYS army skydivers. SYLVESTER STALLONE ROCKY ITEMS TO MUSEUM speech, interview; LA DEPUTIES SHOT sheriff car parked on side of road. TX TEEN ATTACKED 2 trial. MISSING FAMILY Aerial snowy forest ;TX ENRON THE MUSICAL. MISSING FAMILY. IL JAMES EALY 82 MURDER SCENE. AL-HAKIM AT WHITE HOUSE escorted by Bush ;NO TITLE photos on wall, woman with amazing accent. Omnicare, wheelchair-bound seniors in rest home ;FORMER PRES GETS TEARY EYED Aw, George H.W. Bush shaking hands, starts crying in the middle of his speech- way to win applause ;TX HOLIDAY FOR SPECIAL NEEDS adult carolers, handicapped kids arriving, admiring Christmas tree, sitting on Santa's lap ;TX STATS ON TASER USE. MI FIRST HEAVY SNOW NX truck accident aftermath, police car with flashing lights illuminating snowfall ; NX snow in road, new cars in lot covered with snow, DX snowblower, shoveling snow in neighborhood ;NO TITLE just an anchor staring at the camera, man announces findings of Iraq Studies Group, Bush with copy of report ;Bush at desk doing paperwork- this is the first time I've ever seen a shot like this. T/H wearing 'Smokey-the-Bear-hat' ;
Departure of Haut-Marnais firefighters, leaving for the Antilles, facing a new wave of Covid-19
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COVERAGE IN EL PORTAL, CALIFORNIA FOR A JOHN MARTIN CS VO FOR IT'S YOUR MONEY ABOUT THE GOVERNMENT FUNDING THE COSTS FOR EXPENSIVE, CUSTOM DESIGNED HOMES FOR YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK EMPLOYEES. 02:00:30 SU MARTIN. 02:10:18 B ROLL FTG PARK EMPLOYEE HOUSING BUILT ON SLOPES. MWS TWO SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES PARKED IN DRIVEWAY OF SPRAWLING RANCH STYLE HOME. 02:10:40 WS ANOTHER HOUSE. 02:10:53 PAN ACROSS TO SPORT UTILITY VEHICLE DRIVING UP ROAD. 02:11:10 LOW ANGLE WS HOUSE UNDER CLEAR BLUE SKY DOTTED W/ FLUFFY WHITE CLOUDS. 02:11:20 LOW ANGLE WS HOUSES. 02:11:26 PAN ACROSS TO LOW ANGLE WS UNDER HOUSE ON GRASSY HILL. 02:11:50 WS HOMES W/ HILLSIDE IN BG. 02:12:01 CU SOLAR ROOF. 02:12:08 COMPRESSION MLS ROW OF HOUSES W/ HILLSIDE IN BG. 02:12:12 PULL OUT TO WS HOUSE. 02:12:25 CU WINDOWS. 02:12:37 HIGH ANGLE PAN ACROSS SPRAWLING HOME. 02:13:00 WIDE PAN ACROSS HOMES W/ MOUNTAINS & VALLEY IN BG. 02:13:36 WS FOREST OF PINE TREES BLANKETING HILLTOPS. 02:13:38 PULL OUT TO WS OVER HOUSING DEVELOPMENT. 02:13:57 HIGH ANGLE PAN OVER HOMES. 02:14:07 HIGH ANGLE WS OVER CLAY TENNIS COURTS. 02:14:17 WS HOMES. 02:14:22 PUSH INTO SAME SHOT CLOSER. 02:14:32 PULL OUT TO WS W/ MOUNTAINS IN BG. 02:14:44 MS FOLIAGE IN FG HOMES IN BG. 02:14:58 MWS PLAYGROUND IN FG W/ TENNIS COURTS IN BG. 02:15:04 MWS CLIMBING BARS AND SLIDES. 02:15:11 PULL OUT TO WS PLAYGROUND W/ TENNIS COURTS IN B. 02:15:23 LOW ANGLE WS OUTDOOR BASKETBALL COURT. 02:15:36 HIGH ANGLE WS OVER TENNIS COURTS. 02:16:03 MS HOME W/ SUN DECK. 02:16:16 LOW ANGLE PAN ACROSS ROCK GARDEN UNDERNEATH DECK. 02:16:38 LOW ANGLE WS HOMES W/ HILLSIDE IN BG. 02:16:52 COMPRESSION MWS HOME. 02:16:58 PAN ACROSS TO MS ANOTHER HOME IN BG. 02:17:31 CU OVER ROOF TILES. 02:17:41 CU STUCCO AND MOLDINGS. 02:17:54 PAN UP STUCCO & MOLDINGS. 02:18:03 SAME SHOT AGAIN. 02:18:14 MWS BEHIND MINIVAN AND TRUCK PARKED IN DRIVEWAY. 02:18:25 PAN ACROSS OTHER HOMES TO TREES. 02:18:37 PAN BACK TO HOMES. 02:18:50 WS TREES CARPETING MOUNTAINSIDE. 02:18:53 PULL OUT TO WS HOMES IN FG. 02:19:10 SAME SHOT AGAIN. 02:19:28 LOW ANGLE PAN UNDER SPLIT LEVEL HOME. 02:19:41 LOW ANGLE CU SECTION OF ROOM W/ TREE AND CLEAR SKY IN BG. 02:19:53 MS DOWN CEMENT PASSAGEWAY BETWEEN TWO NEIGHBORING HOMES. 02:20:08 ROTATING LAS UNDER LEAFY GREEN TREE TO SPRAWLING RANCH STYLE HOME. 02:20:29 SAME SHOT AGAIN. 02:20:37 MORE SU MARTIN TO END.
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NEWSFEED, 5/30-6/2/2000, ALASKA AIR, RICK LASZIO, CHIEF PARKS, ZEPPLINS, PEDS, GONZALES, PATRICK SWAYZE, BOB HOPE, FLOODS; DX MONTAGE, Titanic movie, Celion Deon music video ;DX-MUSIC VIDEO, Eddie Vanhalen, DX FAITH HILL, country singer sings popular song for Good morning America w/husband Tim Mcraw ; DX LOS ANGELES, CHIEF PARKS granddaughter is killed in shooting, south central L.A. street scenes, ambulance; DX BUFFALO NY, Rick Lazio nominated by GOP, on stage w/wife, greets crowds, press, gives speech at podium; DX USA, govt annouNCes new dietary guidelines, protester throws pie at Dan Whitman, security drags her away; DX USA, various people eating in restaurants, peds riding exercise bikes in gym, CU hamburgers being prepared ; DX ALASKA AIRLINES, two pilots fired, failure to pressurize cabin, home video of incident, plane in flight, landing; DX HESPERIA, black bear climbs joshua tree, animal control tranquilizes, DX NEW MEXICO fires, plane drops water; DX NEW MEXICO fires, forest fires, burning forest, aerials, eywitness acccounts, firefighters, hands making sandwiches; DX LONDON fleet of zeppelin like airships, airship taking off, pov from pilots view, b/w footage of old zepplins; DX WASHINGTON DC, FCC chairman Bill Kennard at press conference, access charges; DX USA Missouri, fire at buick plant, industrial bldg burns up, fire fighters, billowing smoke, eyewitness; DX USA CHARLOTTE NC, train accident aftermath slams into minivan, van smashed up, woman on cell, police inspect vehicle; DX USA trucking regulations, trucks on road, in traffic, pov from truck, talking head,truck accident; DX USA PRESCOTT VALLEY, AZ, Patrick Swayze plane crash, clip form one of hismovies, Swayze gives interview,, clips from Ghost; DX USA clips from Survivor TELEVISION show, Big Brother show, other reality shows, The Real World; DX USA ELIAN GONZALEZ, father at press conference, Miami relatives talk to press, Elian at house, attorneys, Janet Reno, protesters; DX USA Bob Hope hospitalized, waves from jeep, doctor talks to press, Hope golfing, b/w footage old movies, desert storm; DX USA FAA gives press conf, Alaska Air maintenance, talking head, aerial of fishing boat fishing, aerials of Boston skyline; DX MEXICO heavy rains cause damage, rescue workers w/guerney, flooded streets, peds in paddle boats, house flooded; DX CUBA mothers marching along coastal street for Elian Gonzales, Castro in streets, huge rally on the streets; DX UK, Dunkirk, ships leaving ports, tugboats, battleships, various boats, sailboats high angle of Dunkirk port; DX AFRICA white farmers are told to give up land, CU newspaper, peds on streets read newspaper, talking heads ;
Resumption of excavations, in an area that has been deforested, to find the corpse of Estelle Mouzin
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NEWSFEED, 8/5-9/2000, BUSH, VIOLENCE, CAR CRASH, LOCUSTS, L.A. PROTESTERS, RUSSIA, OLYMPIC BID, DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION, NASA, OIL SPILL; DX GOV. GEORGE W.BUSH CAMPAIGN: crowd gathers @ old train, VAR firefighters putting out housefire; DX SPOKANE WASHINGTON TRACTOR PULL: WS track, trucks, engines, truck pulls tractor, spectators, ignition switch; DX SPOKANE WASHINGTON CAR ACCIDENT: VAR car w/ damage, TEMECULA FIRE: fire on hill, fire fighters watch fires; DX PENGUIN SWEATERS: woman knits sweaters, penguins being washed, pictures in magazine of penguins; DX MARIETTA GEORGIA WOMAN SHOT IN CAR: HS traffic on freeway, NX EXT hospital, INT church service; DX MEMPHIS BOY TAKEN FROM GRANDMOTHER: EXT apartment bldg, boy w/ family, EXT generic industrial bldgs; NX FORT WORTH TEXAS TRAGIC ACCIDENT: VAR shots of mangled overturned minivan & truck, paramedics, injured people; DX MORMON TEMPLES: EXT Mormon temples w/ tall steeples, INT elegant temples, VAR scenes from Rangers vs Blue Jays baseball; DX ENGLAND SIR ALEC GUINNESS DEAD: scenes from Star Wars, VAR scenes from old Alec Guinness films; DX PETER JENNINGS PROMO FOR SMOKING, same w/ music, no music or graphics, just graphics; DX LOS ANGELES PROTESTERS @ DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION: aerial over bldgs w/ billboards, anti-corporate protest U.S. flag with corporate logos (doesn't open full dammit), police, protestors w/ flag; DX SALT LAKE CITY UTAH OLYMPIC BID LEADERS: talking heads w/ reporters about the olympics; DX RUSSIA PLAGUE OF LOCUSTS: VAR swarms of flying locusts, CU locusts, more swarms, leveled fields of crops; DX CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA CONFEDERATE SUB RESURFACES: VAR sub in harness being transported by boat on water; DX MOSCOW BOMB KILLS @ LEAST SEVEN: black smoke billows from underground walkway, injured peds, underground damage; DX UNITED AIRLINES CANCELS MORE FLIGHTS: planes in lines on tarmac, rows on ground, planes taxiing, peds, flight screens, flying planes; DX NASHVILLE HADASSA LIEBERMAN REMARKS ON HUSBAND: Gore & Lieberman wave to crowd, crowds, Lieberman talking; DX SIOUX CITY: tractor show, literally farm tractor do a sychonized foramtion in front of crowds, crowd shots; DX HELICOPTERS: UH-60 black hawk flies over forest and mtn region, could be civilian or military look, POV from INT helicopter; DX AMBULANCE W/INJURED: injured man being unloaded from ambulance, shot of gas tanker parked; DX NEW JERSEY PLANE COLLISION:, talking heads, and press only no crash footage; DX FLORIDA BEACH CLOSED: peds picking garbage and oil spill remains, aerial of beach, oil on peds legs, talking heads; DX NASA SHOWS WEATHER IMAGES: various graphics that's it, no live images; DX FIRESTONE TIRES: tire recall in late seventies, mechanic replaces tires, balances tires; DX AUSTRALIA CAR CRASH: ambulances arrive, cars badly smashed, firemen work trt to free up passeger, talking head ;
EXPENSIVE HOUSING FOR YOSEMITE PARK EMPLOYEES
COVERAGE IN EL PORTAL, CALIFORNIA FOR A JOHN MARTIN CS VO FOR IT'S YOUR MONEY ABOUT THE GOVERNMENT FUNDING THE COSTS FOR EXPENSIVE, CUSTOM DESIGNED HOMES FOR YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK EMPLOYEES. 02:00:30 SU MARTIN. 02:10:18 B ROLL FTG PARK EMPLOYEE HOUSING BUILT ON SLOPES. MWS TWO SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES PARKED IN DRIVEWAY OF SPRAWLING RANCH STYLE HOME. 02:10:40 WS ANOTHER HOUSE. 02:10:53 PAN ACROSS TO SPORT UTILITY VEHICLE DRIVING UP ROAD. 02:11:10 LOW ANGLE WS HOUSE UNDER CLEAR BLUE SKY DOTTED W/ FLUFFY WHITE CLOUDS. 02:11:20 LOW ANGLE WS HOUSES. 02:11:26 PAN ACROSS TO LOW ANGLE WS UNDER HOUSE ON GRASSY HILL. 02:11:50 WS HOMES W/ HILLSIDE IN BG. 02:12:01 CU SOLAR ROOF. 02:12:08 COMPRESSION MLS ROW OF HOUSES W/ HILLSIDE IN BG. 02:12:12 PULL OUT TO WS HOUSE. 02:12:25 CU WINDOWS. 02:12:37 HIGH ANGLE PAN ACROSS SPRAWLING HOME. 02:13:00 WIDE PAN ACROSS HOMES W/ MOUNTAINS & VALLEY IN BG. 02:13:36 WS FOREST OF PINE TREES BLANKETING HILLTOPS. 02:13:38 PULL OUT TO WS OVER HOUSING DEVELOPMENT. 02:13:57 HIGH ANGLE PAN OVER HOMES. 02:14:07 HIGH ANGLE WS OVER CLAY TENNIS COURTS. 02:14:17 WS HOMES. 02:14:22 PUSH INTO SAME SHOT CLOSER. 02:14:32 PULL OUT TO WS W/ MOUNTAINS IN BG. 02:14:44 MS FOLIAGE IN FG HOMES IN BG. 02:14:58 MWS PLAYGROUND IN FG W/ TENNIS COURTS IN BG. 02:15:04 MWS CLIMBING BARS AND SLIDES. 02:15:11 PULL OUT TO WS PLAYGROUND W/ TENNIS COURTS IN B. 02:15:23 LOW ANGLE WS OUTDOOR BASKETBALL COURT. 02:15:36 HIGH ANGLE WS OVER TENNIS COURTS. 02:16:03 MS HOME W/ SUN DECK. 02:16:16 LOW ANGLE PAN ACROSS ROCK GARDEN UNDERNEATH DECK. 02:16:38 LOW ANGLE WS HOMES W/ HILLSIDE IN BG. 02:16:52 COMPRESSION MWS HOME. 02:16:58 PAN ACROSS TO MS ANOTHER HOME IN BG. 02:17:31 CU OVER ROOF TILES. 02:17:41 CU STUCCO AND MOLDINGS. 02:17:54 PAN UP STUCCO & MOLDINGS. 02:18:03 SAME SHOT AGAIN. 02:18:14 MWS BEHIND MINIVAN AND TRUCK PARKED IN DRIVEWAY. 02:18:25 PAN ACROSS OTHER HOMES TO TREES. 02:18:37 PAN BACK TO HOMES. 02:18:50 WS TREES CARPETING MOUNTAINSIDE. 02:18:53 PULL OUT TO WS HOMES IN FG. 02:19:10 SAME SHOT AGAIN. 02:19:28 LOW ANGLE PAN UNDER SPLIT LEVEL HOME. 02:19:41 LOW ANGLE CU SECTION OF ROOM W/ TREE AND CLEAR SKY IN BG. 02:19:53 MS DOWN CEMENT PASSAGEWAY BETWEEN TWO NEIGHBORING HOMES. 02:20:08 ROTATING LAS UNDER LEAFY GREEN TREE TO SPRAWLING RANCH STYLE HOME. 02:20:29 SAME SHOT AGAIN. 02:20:37 MORE SU MARTIN TO END.
Commune under the fire of the media, during the excavations carried out to find the corpse of Estelle Mouzin
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2000s STOCK FOOTAGE
NEWSFEED: 10/4-5/05 PRE-WINTER SNOW, CLEAN-UP IN NEW ORLEANS, HURRICANE IN MEXICO, UNREST IN PHILIPPINES, NOBEL PRIZE WINNER MT FIRST SNOW WS town below mtn. UT SNOW IN MTNS good rack focus snowfall in forest, Dusk highway traffic headlights glowing in mist ;Icy road accident aftermath, 20 degrees on thermometer. CA WELL RESCUE Aerial firefighters pull boy out of well VAR rescue workers around well, boy on stretcher, hospital. SEX OFFENDER Des Moines library, Int computers, mens restroom door DX kids feet on sidewalk, walking to school. OH PORN SUNDAY IN CHURCH Oh...it's 'Porn Education Day' Int church service, wait a minute- men putting up banner: The #1 Christian Porn Site, spicy; HURRICANE STAN HITS MEXICO stormy sea coastal city, hurricane, uprooted tree, NX flooded city streets ;PHILIPPINES ANTI-ARROYO police in riot gear pressing against protesters with banners, police grabbing people ;PHILIPPINES MARCOS TO FIGHT SALE OF JEWELS Int dining hall, Imelda Marcos, the famous shoe collection, dress in glass case ;Jewelry on display, little miss ego at birthday bash. LOHAN ACCIDENT SCENE Aerial talking to police, accident aftermath ;Towing Mercedes Benz...man with neck injury, man on stretcher, towing minivan...aftermath details, onlookers taking pictures...repeats repeats repeats repeats repeats...MT HEAVY SNOW looks like static, snowfall in city. Repeats; NO TITLE Air To Air/Track plane in flight over red hills, circling over wildfire, looks a bit apocalyptic ;Plane finally drops fire retardant. STAN VERA CRUZ MEXICO people wading in flooded town, soldiers carrying little kids; Dog stranded on roof of car, man almost up to his armpits in flood water, people wading ;KATRINA LA BLANCO AERIAL TOUR speaking, Aerial causeway being repaired. TX APPLIANCE THEFT house under construction Real estate signs, construction, locks on front door, Int kitchen, cherry pie on stove, microwave, construction, houses for sale Front door, cul de sac, Halloween decorations in front yard. KATRINA LA MERCHANTS RETURN New Orleans street ;Chairs in hair salon, hair dressers tools. KATRINA TX FULL HOSPITALS gurneys, nurses, using gym for hospital room KATRINA LA NEW ORLEANS police officer talking to driver, clean-up raking up garbage, residents returning TX EDUCATOR PROBE high school, Mike Stobaugh yearbook photo, computer in office, quaint little law office bldg IL WHITE SOX BUSINESS man slicing meat in deli kitchen, fans in sports bar, cash register, evidence of fans NV NICHOLS SON IN COURT trial scenes. ND SNOW Road Closed sign, snowplow on flatbed BODY WORLDS FILE Int museum, preserved cadavers on exhibit, kids on field trip, creator, Museum of Science & Industry lobby OH MARINES RETURN putting up banner, giant U.S. flag in gym, kids hold up 'Welcome Home' banner, classroom decorations Kids signing banner...KATRINA BILL CLINTON TOURS AL shaking hands, listening at meeting ;AR CRASH smoldering remains of truck, accident aftermath. RITA TXU RATE HIKE REQUEST CU turning on air conditioner TXU quad. MT SNOW NX & DX traffic on snowy rural road, houses below huge tree AFGHANISTAN KARZAI SCHEFFER Karzai looking very 'gangster', arriving with his 'posse', shaking w/Scheffer, meeting ;IRAQ NEW CONSTITUTION COPIES young men receiving pamphlets from stand, people reading pamphlets, billboard NOBEL PRIZE CHEMIST GRUBBS photo-op, t/h, CU Nobel Prize medallion
Indonesia Terror - Briefings from Indo, Australian investigators plus Arms find
TAPE: EF02/0959 IN_TIME: 07:32:11 DURATION: 3:43 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Denpasar, Tenggulun - 11, 12 Nov 2002 SHOTLIST: Denpasar, Bali - November 12, 2002 1. Wide shot of Indonesian police station in Denpasar 2. Wide shot of Indonesian chief investigator Major General I Made Mangku Pastika arriving at media briefing 3. Various of journalists 4. Wide shot of Pastika speaking 5. SOUNDBITE: (Bahasa Indonesia) Major General I Made Mangku Pastika, Indonesian chief investigator "A witness told the police that Amrozi's brother (refers to one of brothers that Indonesian police say they're looking for) was seen taking his belongings in a hurry one night to the Dadapan jungle. The witness also saw Amrozi's brother bury something in the jungle, so the witness informed the police." 6. Various shots of journalists 7. Pan from journalists to Pastika 8. Various of the bomb site 9. Wide shot of Australian federal police spokesman Graham Ashton arriving at media briefing 10. Wide shot of Ashton speaking 11. Various shots of journalists 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Graham Ashton, Australian federal police spokesman: "Well at the moment I think most of the suspects are Indonesian." Question: Indonesian? "That's what I think, yes." 13. Wide shot of news briefing 14. Various shots of journalists 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Graham Ashton, Australian federal police spokesman "Well at the moment, what we're doing is the commissioner of the AFP (Australian federal police) is visiting Thailand and Malaysia and Singapore and he's looking to establish bilateral agreements to further terrorism investigation in those countries and once those agreements are in place we will be able to hopefully work with those countries to work on terrorism in those countries and (on) terrorists that are operating in those countries." 16. Wide shot of press briefing Tenggulun, East Java - November 11, 2002 17. Various of police on guard in the jungle 18. Wide shot of police officials putting up police line 19. Various of bomb squad arriving 20. Mid shot of a former forest ranger Komaruddin (the grey haired man) who pointed the police to the ammunition site 21. Various of police carrying pipes allegedly filled with arms and ammunition into police van STORYLINE: Indonesian police said on Tuesday they were searching for two brothers of the prime suspect in the Bali bombing. They accuse the pair of burying weapons in a jungle hideout and possibly playing a role in the attack. Indonesian chief investigator Major General I Made Mangku Pastika said a witness informed police that the brother of prime suspect Amrozi was seen taking belongings into the jungle and burying something. On Monday, police arrested Amrozi's childhood friend and his driver. Police intensified their search on Tuesday in the province of East Java, on the island of Java, and in Tenggulun - an impoverished farming village of 2,000. Based on testimony from the friend, police uncovered near the village a weapons cache containing an M-16 automatic rifle, two pistols and 5,000 bullets. Pastika said the two brothers - identified as Ali Imron and Ali Fauzi - are among ten suspects they are searching for across the province of East Java. Some of the suspects also may have fled to Malaysia, investigators have said. Speaking in Bali, Australian Federal Police spokesman for the investigation Graham Ashton said he believed the suspects were all Indonesian. Police also said they have found TNT - used in at least one of the bombs - and fingerprints at an apartment and hotel room in Denpasar, Bali where the prime suspect, Amrozi, and his alleged accomplices stayed before the October 12 attack. Amrozi has admitted owning a L300 Mitsubishi minivan that was filled with at least 110 pounds of explosives for one of the blasts in the attack on a packed nightclub district on Bali, which killed nearly 200 people.
Duplex during the resumption of excavations undertaken to find the body of Estelle Mouzin
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DONALD TRUMP SIGNS THE GREAT AMERICA OUTDOORS ACT STIX
1030 WH SIGNING CEREMONY STIX FS23 73 FOX POOL President DonaTrump participates in a signing ceremony for H.R. 1957 - The Great American Outdoors Act - (10:39:56) DONALD TRUMP: Thank you very much. (APPLAUSE) TRUMP: Thank you very much great honor to have you at the White House and we are here today to celebrate the passage of truly landmark legislation that will preserve America's majestic natural wonders priceless historic treasures and that is exactly what they are grand national monuments and glorious national parks. (10:40:36) TRUMP: This is a very big deal and from an environmental standpoint and from just the beauty of our country's standpoint there hasn't been anything like this since Teddy Roosevelt I suspect. In a few moments I will proudly sign The Great American Outdoors Act into law and so many of the people here today have been so involved and I will be introducing you and some will say a few words and we really appreciate what you have done for our country. For more than 50 years Congress has struggled to adequately fund land and water conservation leading to a never-ending backlog of maintenance and other critical needs in our parks and public lands and I have been hearing about this for years. I've been watching it and hearing about it for years. Today more than 5500 miles of roads, 17,000 miles of trails and 24,000 buildings are in critical need of repair and they have been for a long time. Many are closed, boarded up. They thought it was less expensive to close them than it was to repair them. Some are magnificent, too. Earlier this year I called on Congress to pass legislation that would end this maintenance backlog once and for all. Today we are making the most significant investment in our parks since the administration of the legendary conservationist President Theodore Roosevelt. This landmark legislation would not have been possible without the incredible leadership and hard work of two outstanding senators in particular and to find people Cory Gardner and Steve Daines. I want to thank you both. (APPLAUSE) (10:42:28) TRUMP: And I can just say as a side note they would call me all of the time and I said can you guys stop calling me so much but they would call me all of the time. They wanted to get it done. This was very important to them, so I appreciate it Steve and Cory, really a great job. People thought you had zero chance of getting this one done, this is big and they gave you zero chance, you know that, right? Don't waste your time on it, president. We have other things to do. Be great if we could get it but it's never going to happen. Congratulations. Great job. Thank you. (APPLAUSE) (10:43:06) TRUMP: I also want to thank Senators Rob Portman, Lamar Alexander, Martha McSally, John Hoeven and Representatives Don Young, Jeff Fortenberry and Tom Reed and I think they are all here, right? Yes. Hi, Rob. (APPLAUSE) (10:43:23) TRUMP: Thank you. We are honored also to be joined by Vice President Mike Pence, Interior Secretary David Bernhardt, Agricultural Secretary Sonny Perdue, a person named Ivanka Trump. Does everybody know--who has been very, very active in this. She believes in it very strong and many wonderful conservation advocates and thank you all for your tireless work and the work you have done something that you will be very proud of in the years to come. Thank you, Mike, everybody thank you very much. (APPLAUSE) (10:44:00) TRUMP: The Great American Outdoors Act provides $900 million a year in guaranteed funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund so that all Americans can continue to enjoy our parks, wildlife refuges. I mean you look at this you look at what we do with our wildlife, and it's really been incredible. So all of the wildlife areas, the wildlife parks, historic battlefields, national monuments, and public lands. Additionally this bill provides nearly $10 billion for long-delayed maintenance projects, repairs, and upgrades to make the national parks greater than they have ever been before. We think that's going to happen. The legislation I'm signing today builds on my administration's unwavering commitment to conserving and the grandeur and the splendor of God's creation. This is truly God's creation. (10:45:00) TRUMP: Last year I designated 1.3 million acres of public land as new wilderness. I ordered much more active forest management to prevent catastrophic wildfires. I'm recommending they do that in California and other locations, and you will see how quickly the wildfires stop, and I signed the Save our Seas Act to protect our environment from foreign nations that litter the oceans with garbage and pollution. The United States is among the cleanest air and water on earth, and my administration is working every day to keep it that way. We are at a level now--we have never been at this level in the modern age. I guess if you go back 100, 200 years it was a little different story, a lot fewer people but nothing even close in the modern age. We are proving that we can protect our treasured without bludgeoning our workers and crushing our businesses and we standing up to international that publish American small allowing for nations to pollute with impunity. We have other nations China, Russia, India, many other nations that are not doing the job they should be, and we do it. It's very costly, cost our businesses a lot of money. It is probably not fair, and the impact is much more--is smaller, it's minimal by comparison to what it could be, but we are working with other countries to try and get them to up their game. (10:46:32) TRUMP: We believe Americans know best how to conserve this magnificent land that we love and cherish and endure. Earlier this year, I announce that the United States would join the 1 trillion trees initiative to plant new trees in American around the world. Today I'm calling on Congress to expand this effort by passing the Replant Act sponsored by Senator Rob Portman. Thank you, Rob, very good. Thank you. (APPLAUSE) TRUMP: Great. Thank you. Thank you. Fellas, both stand up please. That's fantastic. Thank you. (APPLAUSE) TRUMP: Thank you, (INAUDIBLE). Thank you, Rob--which would quadruple the funding and for the restoration of our national forests. This would quadruple the funding, create thousands of jobs, and help plant more than 1 billion trees in America and on American soil over the next ten years. (10:47:29) TRUMP: When you add all of this to what we did in Utah if you remember that that was a year and a half ago, but we did Bears Ears National Monument, when you at all of this to Bears Ears I would say it got my attention when Steve and the whole group came up to my office when you actually both of you came up with a group, and you said this would be bigger than Theodore Roosevelt. I said do me a favor you don't have to say that, let's just say it will be the same or almost as good because he was truly a great conservation president, but the kind of things we've done and they don't talk about it, but the kinds of things we've done are really record-setting. This is record-setting stuff, and you are all a big part of it, so thank you, and thank you, Rob, great job. To preserve America's brilliance for the next generation, we are also defending our national heritage. In June I signed an executive order requiring the Department of Justice to prosecute to the full extent--extent allowed under law anyone who defaces our historic statues or monuments. (10:48:37) TRUMP: Under my order these criminals face ten years in jail, ten years in prison and it was an incredible thing because we were having a lot of problems all over the country with people going around and knocking down monuments, some very beautiful monuments and they were knocking them down with impunity as they would say and once I signed that I haven't seen anything happen. It's amazing David the way it quieted down, right? Once I signed that it was about two months ago now and we haven't had they were having a march on Washington tonight a lot of monuments, and I signed it before the march. We announced it at a news conference that you go to jail for ten years if you knock down a monument and the march to Washington never happened. I don't know--that's strange how that all works isn't it though, isn't that a beautiful thing? After decades of abandonment and neglect, we are once again taking care of America's historic sites, lush forests, towering mountains, wind-swept and beautiful wind-swept prairies and precious wetlands and wildlife, President Theodore Roosevelt was right when he called these exquisite resources the most glorious heritage of people ever received. (10:49:50) TRUMP: President Roosevelt understood that our nation's untamed spirit of adventure, exploration, and discovery is kindled in the great outdoors. It's the same spirit that called settlers and pioneers to head west to brave the unknown and to carve out a new life on the wild frontier. The president understood and enshrined conservation at the heart of the Republican Party and today were building upon that noble legacy. The Republican Party has been unbelievably active in this. People don't necessarily associate us with that, but I think they probably will have to start. At some point, they'll have to start thinking about the Republican Party and all of the incredible things we've done on conservation and many other fronts. We want every American child to have access to pristine outdoor spaces. When young Americans experience the breathtaking beauty of the Grand Canyon when their eyes widen in amazement as Old Faithful bursts into the sky, when they gaze upon Yosemite's--Yoseminite's towering sequoias, their love of country grows stronger and they know that every American has truly a duty to preserve this wondrous inherence, and that's what they're doing and that's what we're doing. We're preserving an incredible inheritance. (10:51:16) TRUMP: America's natural landscapes belong to the American people. And while I'm president, we will always protect the great outdoors for hunting, fishing, hunting camping hiking and the admiration, enjoyment, and reference of every American citizen. We will preserve the stunning beauty of the American and the Americas and this nation. This nation is a special nation. I was watching the other date NASA. NASA was essentially closed down, and now I'm watching those rockets go up and it's a beautiful thing to see. Over the weekend, we just saw the--the capsule and how professional, how brave they were, but how professional was handled and professionally and it was really something to behold. But we started up NASA again and very soon, we'll be going to Mars and we are very importantly--I created the Space Force and NASA will be a big part of that. So that's defense. That's not going to Mars. That's defending our country and it's something that's very, very important. (10:52:25) TRUMP: What we've done--when I first went to the headquarters and I went with Mike and I looked at runways that were loaded up with weeds that had been used, it was almost like an abandoned--an abandoned place and now I look at it--I was there two months ago and it was an incredible sight. So different. So vibrant. People working, people happy. It's really something what they've done. But that's another thing that we've done and it's something I'm very proud of. With that, I'd like to again congratulate everybody in this room and we're going to have a few people speak and I'd like to start out off with our great Vice President Mike Pence. And Mike, you'd say a few words and then were going to go to a couple of other folks, okay? Good. Thank you very much. (APPLAUSE) (10:53:21) PENCE: Well, thank you, Mr. President. Thank you for letting me speak for just a few moments about this historic day. Today, thanks to your leadership, thanks to the vision of members of the Senate and the House of Representatives, today you will sign into law the Great American Outdoors Act, which will be the single largest investment in America's national parks and public lands in the history of this country. (APPLAUSE) (10:53:53) PENCE: And I know I speak for all of those gathered here, but--but every American who cherishes all of our great natural resources when I say thank you for your leadership. I also, Mr. President, wanted to join you in thanking the visionary leaders of the--of the Senate. Senator Steve Daines, Senator Cory Gardner. We would not be here without your vision for the Great American Outdoors Act. Thank you for helping to preserve our great natural heritage. (APPLAUSE) (10:54:24) PENCE: And to all the distinguished members of the Senate and the House of Representatives who supported this bill as well as Secretary Barnhart, Secretary Purdue, members of the Fish and Wildlife, the Forest Service and all the people that work in our national parks, I--I will tell you, Mr. President, as you know, Mrs. Pence and I spent a lot of time unloading our kids in the minivans, driving out. We visited almost every major national Park. That was the Pence family vacation. And Karen has been visiting national parks as we've begun to open back up our country again and I'm proud to say as an early installment of--of this incredible investment and maintenance, Secretary Bernhardt had the Pence's actually pounding nails and rebuilding the boardwalk at Old Faithful just last year. And so I want to thank the secretary in particular for his great commitment to preserving our parks and our natural heritage. (APPLAUSE) (10:55:22) PENCE: Mr. President, the American people know we have the best national parks in the world, but the truth is under the last administration, we saw backlog of maintenance. For all the talk about the environment, we saw projects left aside and ignored. Literally $20 billion of work left to be done. But thanks to your leadership, Mr. President, thanks to the great American Outdoors Act, all those who supported it, those days are over. (APPLAUSE) (10:55:58) PENCE: With these resources, Mr. President, you not only going to revive and restore our parks, $9.5 billion over the next five years and a new fund without spending a dime of taxpayer funds, but also, we are told, I know you'll be happy to know, Mr. President, that this will also, we believe, create more than 110,000 infrastructure jobs. As we improve our national parks, we're putting Americans back to work. (APPLAUSE) (10:56:29) PENCE: So Mr. President, as you know, I've long believed that faith and freedom and our vast natural resources are the pillars of America's greatness. You've been dedicated from the first days of this administration to preserving all of our God-given ideals and our values. But today, by signing this extraordinary and historic bill, the Great American Outdoors Act, you are making a commitment to preserve all of our natural blessings from she--sea to shining sea for generations to come. And on behalf of a grateful nation, Mr. President, thank you for your leadership, for conservation of our great treasures. (APPLAUSE) (10:57:06) TRUMP: Thank you, Mike, very much. Thank you. A man who's done a fantastic job, Secretary of the Interior, David, if you could come up and say a few words. And he really has. He's been--he loves it. He loves the interior. He's our biggest landlord in this country by a factor of about 200. (LAUGHTER) (10:57:28) TRUMP: But he's really some--it's really been really been very special having you working for our country. Thank you very much. (APPLAUSE) (10:57:39) BERNHARDT: Thank you. I want to begin by thanking not only you, but the First Lady, the Vice President, the second lady, and the advisors of the president, Ivanka Trump. Each of you has contributed greatly to getting to this moment and I want you to know that America deeply appreciates it. Now, Washington DC is a place where you find hyperbole on every single corner. But the legislation you are about to sign is truly consequential and it is historic. For those of you that did not trans--track conservation history on a daily basis, I thought I would give you a little perspective. About 35 years ago to the day on August 15, 1985, President Reagan in this building made an appointment of a young governor in Tennessee. To lead the commission to look at America's great outdoors. Two years later, that governor from Tennessee would provide the president a proposal that included numerous things, including an idea to permanently fund what is a dedicated funding source land and water conservation initiatives. That governor is now Senator Lamar Alexander and he's here today. (APPLAUSE) (10:59:22) BERNHARDT: Last night, I added it up. --Five presidents, 9 secretaries of the Interior, and 10 secretaries of Agriculture have worked on legislation to accomplish fully funding the Land and Water Conservation Fund or enhancing our nation's parks by addressing the backlog. Only one president has gone done, and that is you. The reality is, absent your call for bold leadership and stepping forward, this bill would not have become law despite the efforts of everybody else. And I want you to know that America will deeply, deeply appreciated. Thank you for your leadership. (APPLAUSE) (11:00:09) TRUMP: Thank you, David. I appreciate it very much, and appreciate the job you're doing. Also Sonny, I appreciate the job you're doing, fantastic job. The farmers are very happy. They've gotten billions and billions of dollars compliments of China. They were targeted by China and I got them every penny, $28 billion from China, and they're doing well. I'd like to ask, if I might, Steve, could you come up, Senator Steve Daines. He's a--a fantastic man, fantastic senator. He's done a wonderful job. He loves his state and he loves our country. And without you and the two of you, with Cory and you and Rob and, frankly, everybody in this room, but you two guys were just unbelievable. You wouldn't stop and look what happened, right? You got it done. I'm not even sure if you believed you could get it done. (LAUGHTER) (11:00:57) TRUMP: But you got it done and we appreciate it. The country appreciates it. Steve, please? (11:01:03) DAINES: Thank you. Thank--thank you, Mr. President. This really is a great day for Montana. This is a great day for America. This is a great day for conservation and all of us who love the great outdoors. And it was a little over five months ago, Mr. President, where we came to the White House and we were in the Roosevelt Room. It's only fitting we were in the Roosevelt Room having this meeting. And we talked about the importance of the Great America Outdoors Act, how we needed to support our national parks, as the secretary just laid out, how it'd been neglected in many ways with maintenance, there was this backlog, how we needed to provide better access to our public lands. In fact, 70 percent of the fishing accesses in Montana are funded by the Land and Water Conservation Fund. This was going to be the greatest achievement in 50 years for conservation in its broadest context. And you said to me, Mr. President, you said you get this bill on my desk and I'll sign it. Well, five months later, we're here. And thanks to so many in this room and outside this room, we got this bill to your desk and you're going to sign it. This is a big win for conservation. It's a big win for jobs. It's a big win for our Montana way of life. It's a big win for bipartisanship. And perhaps it's only fitting it to public lands to bring a divided government together. Mr. President, Montana thanks you. America thanks you. And I thank you for signing the most important piece of conservation legislation over 50 years for our great country. Thank you. (APPLAUSE) TRUMP: Thank you. Great job, Steve. (APPLAUSE) (10:03:08) TRUMP: Thank you, Steve, great job. Thank you. Say hello to the people of Montana. They are--they're very happy right now. You know, there's a very terrible term. It's called deferred maintenance. Deferred maintenance doesn't sound good, but this is what it is. We haven't maintained our--our roads, our paths, our buildings, any of it for many, many decades, actually. So, now you're going to go to town and they're going to be beautiful, right? They're going to be beautiful. But this is really--it's a--it's deferred maintenance and it should have taken place for many, many decades but it hasn't, and now will take place. And I think you'll see it take place very wisely too. I think so. So, Cory, I think you have to get up and you have to say a few words. Colorado's a tremendous state and they are pushing for it and they have been pushing for it, one of the biggest beneficiaries of all. And I think that you really deserve to get up and say a few words because you and Steve and--everybody, but you and Steve were very special. Please, Senator Cory Gardner. (APPLAUSE) GARDNER: Thank you, Mr. President. (APPLAUSE) (11:04:17) GARDNER: Thank you, Mr. President. I will never forget that moment five months ago when we gathered with so many of the people who are in this room and talked about the importance of this legislation, the fact that this bill would create over 100,000 jobs and the fact that many of those jobs would be in some of the communities that were hardest hit today by the pandemic. It's a remarkable occasion. But it was 127 years ago, Mr. President, in 1893 that Katharine Lee Bates climbed atop Pike's Peak. And she looked across the plains and mountains of Colorado and wrote the words to America the Beautiful. One hundred and twenty seven years later, we passed the Great American Outdoors Act, which will truly protect and provide opportunities for all America to enjoy those wonders of this country that Katharine Lee Bates wrote about then. This bill will create 100,000 jobs, several thousand in my home state of Colorado, protect the Forest Service, our Fish and Wildlife Service, our wildlife refuges, our BLM grounds. This will work on our national parks. This will stop Congress from stealing the money that they have for decades and put it back into the national parks for generations to come. To the secretaries who are--Secretary Perdue, Secretary Bernhardt, thank you for your leadership in getting this done. To my colleagues in the Senate and the House, thank you for your leadership. We stand on the shoulders of people like Lamar Alexander, Rob Portman, and Don Young, people like Richard Burr. Thanks to Joe Manchin and Mark Warner and Angus King and the work that they did to get this bill here today. This is a remarkable opportunity to celebrate. In the midst of acrimony, in the midst of partisanship, in the midst of times when the American people probably look out and wonder if they can get anything done, Congress came together to pass the most significant bill, the Great American Outdoors Act, in over 50 years with the largest infusion of funding this country has ever seen. Thanks to Mr.--you, Mr. President, for being willing to sign it. When we walked into the Roosevelt Room and we showed you the pictures of Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park and we pointed at that painting of Teddy Roosevelt, we knew it was going to be something very special for this country. Thank you for making it happen. TRUMP: Thank you very much. (APPLAUSE) (11:06:25) TRUMP: That was a--a meeting that took place, and within about a minute I was convinced. I wasn't at all convinced before I walked in, but when we saw what was going on and what can go on. And I know you'll spend the money very wisely. Everybody in the room, you'll spend it very wisely because if you spend it wisely will be able to do five times more than you even think. I'd like to ask Ivanka to come up just say a few words because she was--from a family standpoint, she was so behind this and pushing me and Melania, who since our absolute warmest regards. It was so important to Melania. Please, honey, come up, say a few words. (APPLAUSE) (11:07:08) IVANKA TRUMP: Well, thank you, Mr. President. And I echo the sentiments conveyed by--by so many in this room. This is a day for great celebration. This is an extraordinary piece of legislation that will be a great legacy for this administration and, most importantly, the country. We're grateful to everyone who worked on it. I think the Roosevelt, who we see on this portrait behind, would be very proud to know that the first a hundred years of conservation that his legislation insured will be preserved for at least the next hundred. So, thank you to all the Senators, members of Congress who worked so hard. Mr. Vice President, thank you for your championing this and--and your advocacy. The natural beauty and majesty of our parks and public lands are more valuable now than ever, especially during the current pandemic when they offer respite for so many families and an ability to be outside safely and enjoy the great outdoors. So, it's fitting that this moment comes to pass now. And--and thank you again, Mr. President, for ushering in this historic act. So, thank you. TRUMP: Great job. (APPLAUSE) TRUMP: Great job, honey. Thank you. (APPLAUSE) (11:08:28) TRUMP: And if I could, I'd like to ask Rob Portman to come up. And he was very special. I think you would both agree that he was really there behind the scenes and in front of the scenes helping us out. Rob, please? (11:08:44) PORTMAN: Well, first, I had not expected this honor, but I'm not speechless because there's so much to talk about. And, Mr. President, this wouldn't have happened but for your willingness to show leadership. One thing that hasn't been said here this morning is that this was a debt unpaid for all of our public land a particularly our national parks, which was the start of this. We have viewed this as a problem because for years and years we had a debt we weren't paying. And what you have done by saying I want to get this done, I'm going to support you gave us the momentum on a bipartisan basis to be able to repay that debt. And it's a debt to the American people. Second, I must say that this was not without controversy. And there are some who felt strongly that the oil and gas revenues and other energy revenues, offshore and onshore, that are used to provide this funding, both through the Land and Water Conservation Fund and for the deferred maintenance in our public lands, that that funding is better used elsewhere. And again, the people in this room, including some good fiscally conservative Republicans. I consider myself one believed that this was an exceptional situation because this was a dead on paid and that this funding was appropriate based on the way in which the oil and gas revenue royalties were initially envisioned to go to help with regard to our natural resources and our environment. But it was not without controversy right, Mr. Vice President? And it looks good at the end the vote was strong but it wasn't easy to get there and so I thank you very much for your leadership. I also want to thank Mark Warner who was my co-author of the Restore Our Parks Act, Lamar Alexander and Angus King and then the course what Cory Gardner and Steve Daines were able to do in knitting this together along with Joe Manchin and others. But Mr. President that meeting was consequential and then again this was not as easy as it might look here at the (INAUDIBLE) incredibly important and I believe that decades from now we will all look back and be very proud of the fact that we have indeed conserved this, America's great treasures for future generations. Thank you, sir. (APPLAUSE) TRUMP: Thank you very much, Rob. (APPLAUSE) (11:11:02) TRUMP: And I have to say that one of the things I said in the room was I can't believe previous administrations didn't do this and I viewed it as having really no choice. We had to do this, we had to do this, we couldn't have allowed this to deteriorate or go down further and now it will be better than ever before. That is what we want, better than ever before so congratulations to everybody and now I will sign The Great American Outdoors Act and it's going to be a real privilege thank you and if we could have a few of you folks come on up. (INAUDIBLE) (LAUGHTER) (11:12:11) UNKNOWN: That's a big bill. TRUMP: (INAUDIBLE) signature (INAUDIBLE). UNKNOWN: Thank you. (APPLAUSE) UNKNOWN: Thank you everybody. TRUMP: Great job (INAUDIBLE). See you at the next one. UNKNOWN: This is a mountain man walking stick from the great Smoky Mountains (INAUDIBLE). TRUMP: That is very nice. UNKNOWN: (INAUDIBLE) TRUMP: That is right. UNKNOWN: (INAUDIBLE) TRUMP: Good. Very good. Congratulations. UNKNOWN: (INAUDIBLE) work on national security Mr. President your work on national security I have got to tell you from my wife she said the most important thing is the work you are doing on national security. TRUMP: Good and we are doing a good job (INAUDIBLE). (INAUDIBLE)
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1030 WH SIGNING CEREMONY CUTS FS24 74 FOX POOL President DonaTrump participates in a signing ceremony for H.R. 1957 - The Great American Outdoors Act - (10:39:56) DONALD TRUMP: Thank you very much. (APPLAUSE) TRUMP: Thank you very much great honor to have you at the White House and we are here today to celebrate the passage of truly landmark legislation that will preserve America's majestic natural wonders priceless historic treasures and that is exactly what they are grand national monuments and glorious national parks. (10:40:36) TRUMP: This is a very big deal and from an environmental standpoint and from just the beauty of our country's standpoint there hasn't been anything like this since Teddy Roosevelt I suspect. In a few moments I will proudly sign The Great American Outdoors Act into law and so many of the people here today have been so involved and I will be introducing you and some will say a few words and we really appreciate what you have done for our country. For more than 50 years Congress has struggled to adequately fund land and water conservation leading to a never-ending backlog of maintenance and other critical needs in our parks and public lands and I have been hearing about this for years. I've been watching it and hearing about it for years. Today more than 5500 miles of roads, 17,000 miles of trails and 24,000 buildings are in critical need of repair and they have been for a long time. Many are closed, boarded up. They thought it was less expensive to close them than it was to repair them. Some are magnificent, too. Earlier this year I called on Congress to pass legislation that would end this maintenance backlog once and for all. Today we are making the most significant investment in our parks since the administration of the legendary conservationist President Theodore Roosevelt. This landmark legislation would not have been possible without the incredible leadership and hard work of two outstanding senators in particular and to find people Cory Gardner and Steve Daines. I want to thank you both. (APPLAUSE) (10:42:28) TRUMP: And I can just say as a side note they would call me all of the time and I said can you guys stop calling me so much but they would call me all of the time. They wanted to get it done. This was very important to them, so I appreciate it Steve and Cory, really a great job. People thought you had zero chance of getting this one done, this is big and they gave you zero chance, you know that, right? Don't waste your time on it, president. We have other things to do. Be great if we could get it but it's never going to happen. Congratulations. Great job. Thank you. (APPLAUSE) (10:43:06) TRUMP: I also want to thank Senators Rob Portman, Lamar Alexander, Martha McSally, John Hoeven and Representatives Don Young, Jeff Fortenberry and Tom Reed and I think they are all here, right? Yes. Hi, Rob. (APPLAUSE) (10:43:23) TRUMP: Thank you. We are honored also to be joined by Vice President Mike Pence, Interior Secretary David Bernhardt, Agricultural Secretary Sonny Perdue, a person named Ivanka Trump. Does everybody know--who has been very, very active in this. She believes in it very strong and many wonderful conservation advocates and thank you all for your tireless work and the work you have done something that you will be very proud of in the years to come. Thank you, Mike, everybody thank you very much. (APPLAUSE) (10:44:00) TRUMP: The Great American Outdoors Act provides $900 million a year in guaranteed funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund so that all Americans can continue to enjoy our parks, wildlife refuges. I mean you look at this you look at what we do with our wildlife, and it's really been incredible. So all of the wildlife areas, the wildlife parks, historic battlefields, national monuments, and public lands. Additionally this bill provides nearly $10 billion for long-delayed maintenance projects, repairs, and upgrades to make the national parks greater than they have ever been before. We think that's going to happen. The legislation I'm signing today builds on my administration's unwavering commitment to conserving and the grandeur and the splendor of God's creation. This is truly God's creation. (10:45:00) TRUMP: Last year I designated 1.3 million acres of public land as new wilderness. I ordered much more active forest management to prevent catastrophic wildfires. I'm recommending they do that in California and other locations, and you will see how quickly the wildfires stop, and I signed the Save our Seas Act to protect our environment from foreign nations that litter the oceans with garbage and pollution. The United States is among the cleanest air and water on earth, and my administration is working every day to keep it that way. We are at a level now--we have never been at this level in the modern age. I guess if you go back 100, 200 years it was a little different story, a lot fewer people but nothing even close in the modern age. We are proving that we can protect our treasured without bludgeoning our workers and crushing our businesses and we standing up to international that publish American small allowing for nations to pollute with impunity. We have other nations China, Russia, India, many other nations that are not doing the job they should be, and we do it. It's very costly, cost our businesses a lot of money. It is probably not fair, and the impact is much more--is smaller, it's minimal by comparison to what it could be, but we are working with other countries to try and get them to up their game. (10:46:32) TRUMP: We believe Americans know best how to conserve this magnificent land that we love and cherish and endure. Earlier this year, I announce that the United States would join the 1 trillion trees initiative to plant new trees in American around the world. Today I'm calling on Congress to expand this effort by passing the Replant Act sponsored by Senator Rob Portman. Thank you, Rob, very good. Thank you. (APPLAUSE) TRUMP: Great. Thank you. Thank you. Fellas, both stand up please. That's fantastic. Thank you. (APPLAUSE) TRUMP: Thank you, (INAUDIBLE). Thank you, Rob--which would quadruple the funding and for the restoration of our national forests. This would quadruple the funding, create thousands of jobs, and help plant more than 1 billion trees in America and on American soil over the next ten years. (10:47:29) TRUMP: When you add all of this to what we did in Utah if you remember that that was a year and a half ago, but we did Bears Ears National Monument, when you at all of this to Bears Ears I would say it got my attention when Steve and the whole group came up to my office when you actually both of you came up with a group, and you said this would be bigger than Theodore Roosevelt. I said do me a favor you don't have to say that, let's just say it will be the same or almost as good because he was truly a great conservation president, but the kind of things we've done and they don't talk about it, but the kinds of things we've done are really record-setting. This is record-setting stuff, and you are all a big part of it, so thank you, and thank you, Rob, great job. To preserve America's brilliance for the next generation, we are also defending our national heritage. In June I signed an executive order requiring the Department of Justice to prosecute to the full extent--extent allowed under law anyone who defaces our historic statues or monuments. (10:48:37) TRUMP: Under my order these criminals face ten years in jail, ten years in prison and it was an incredible thing because we were having a lot of problems all over the country with people going around and knocking down monuments, some very beautiful monuments and they were knocking them down with impunity as they would say and once I signed that I haven't seen anything happen. It's amazing David the way it quieted down, right? Once I signed that it was about two months ago now and we haven't had they were having a march on Washington tonight a lot of monuments, and I signed it before the march. We announced it at a news conference that you go to jail for ten years if you knock down a monument and the march to Washington never happened. I don't know--that's strange how that all works isn't it though, isn't that a beautiful thing? After decades of abandonment and neglect, we are once again taking care of America's historic sites, lush forests, towering mountains, wind-swept and beautiful wind-swept prairies and precious wetlands and wildlife, President Theodore Roosevelt was right when he called these exquisite resources the most glorious heritage of people ever received. (10:49:50) TRUMP: President Roosevelt understood that our nation's untamed spirit of adventure, exploration, and discovery is kindled in the great outdoors. It's the same spirit that called settlers and pioneers to head west to brave the unknown and to carve out a new life on the wild frontier. The president understood and enshrined conservation at the heart of the Republican Party and today were building upon that noble legacy. The Republican Party has been unbelievably active in this. People don't necessarily associate us with that, but I think they probably will have to start. At some point, they'll have to start thinking about the Republican Party and all of the incredible things we've done on conservation and many other fronts. We want every American child to have access to pristine outdoor spaces. When young Americans experience the breathtaking beauty of the Grand Canyon when their eyes widen in amazement as Old Faithful bursts into the sky, when they gaze upon Yosemite's--Yoseminite's towering sequoias, their love of country grows stronger and they know that every American has truly a duty to preserve this wondrous inherence, and that's what they're doing and that's what we're doing. We're preserving an incredible inheritance. (10:51:16) TRUMP: America's natural landscapes belong to the American people. And while I'm president, we will always protect the great outdoors for hunting, fishing, hunting camping hiking and the admiration, enjoyment, and reference of every American citizen. We will preserve the stunning beauty of the American and the Americas and this nation. This nation is a special nation. I was watching the other date NASA. NASA was essentially closed down, and now I'm watching those rockets go up and it's a beautiful thing to see. Over the weekend, we just saw the--the capsule and how professional, how brave they were, but how professional was handled and professionally and it was really something to behold. But we started up NASA again and very soon, we'll be going to Mars and we are very importantly--I created the Space Force and NASA will be a big part of that. So that's defense. That's not going to Mars. That's defending our country and it's something that's very, very important. (10:52:25) TRUMP: What we've done--when I first went to the headquarters and I went with Mike and I looked at runways that were loaded up with weeds that had been used, it was almost like an abandoned--an abandoned place and now I look at it--I was there two months ago and it was an incredible sight. So different. So vibrant. People working, people happy. It's really something what they've done. But that's another thing that we've done and it's something I'm very proud of. With that, I'd like to again congratulate everybody in this room and we're going to have a few people speak and I'd like to start out off with our great Vice President Mike Pence. And Mike, you'd say a few words and then were going to go to a couple of other folks, okay? Good. Thank you very much. (APPLAUSE) (10:53:21) PENCE: Well, thank you, Mr. President. Thank you for letting me speak for just a few moments about this historic day. Today, thanks to your leadership, thanks to the vision of members of the Senate and the House of Representatives, today you will sign into law the Great American Outdoors Act, which will be the single largest investment in America's national parks and public lands in the history of this country. (APPLAUSE) (10:53:53) PENCE: And I know I speak for all of those gathered here, but--but every American who cherishes all of our great natural resources when I say thank you for your leadership. I also, Mr. President, wanted to join you in thanking the visionary leaders of the--of the Senate. Senator Steve Daines, Senator Cory Gardner. We would not be here without your vision for the Great American Outdoors Act. Thank you for helping to preserve our great natural heritage. (APPLAUSE) (10:54:24) PENCE: And to all the distinguished members of the Senate and the House of Representatives who supported this bill as well as Secretary Barnhart, Secretary Purdue, members of the Fish and Wildlife, the Forest Service and all the people that work in our national parks, I--I will tell you, Mr. President, as you know, Mrs. Pence and I spent a lot of time unloading our kids in the minivans, driving out. We visited almost every major national Park. That was the Pence family vacation. And Karen has been visiting national parks as we've begun to open back up our country again and I'm proud to say as an early installment of--of this incredible investment and maintenance, Secretary Bernhardt had the Pence's actually pounding nails and rebuilding the boardwalk at Old Faithful just last year. And so I want to thank the secretary in particular for his great commitment to preserving our parks and our natural heritage. (APPLAUSE) (10:55:22) PENCE: Mr. President, the American people know we have the best national parks in the world, but the truth is under the last administration, we saw backlog of maintenance. For all the talk about the environment, we saw projects left aside and ignored. Literally $20 billion of work left to be done. But thanks to your leadership, Mr. President, thanks to the great American Outdoors Act, all those who supported it, those days are over. (APPLAUSE) (10:55:58) PENCE: With these resources, Mr. President, you not only going to revive and restore our parks, $9.5 billion over the next five years and a new fund without spending a dime of taxpayer funds, but also, we are told, I know you'll be happy to know, Mr. President, that this will also, we believe, create more than 110,000 infrastructure jobs. As we improve our national parks, we're putting Americans back to work. (APPLAUSE) (10:56:29) PENCE: So Mr. President, as you know, I've long believed that faith and freedom and our vast natural resources are the pillars of America's greatness. You've been dedicated from the first days of this administration to preserving all of our God-given ideals and our values. But today, by signing this extraordinary and historic bill, the Great American Outdoors Act, you are making a commitment to preserve all of our natural blessings from she--sea to shining sea for generations to come. And on behalf of a grateful nation, Mr. President, thank you for your leadership, for conservation of our great treasures. (APPLAUSE) (10:57:06) TRUMP: Thank you, Mike, very much. Thank you. A man who's done a fantastic job, Secretary of the Interior, David, if you could come up and say a few words. And he really has. He's been--he loves it. He loves the interior. He's our biggest landlord in this country by a factor of about 200. (LAUGHTER) (10:57:28) TRUMP: But he's really some--it's really been really been very special having you working for our country. Thank you very much. (APPLAUSE) (10:57:39) BERNHARDT: Thank you. I want to begin by thanking not only you, but the First Lady, the Vice President, the second lady, and the advisors of the president, Ivanka Trump. Each of you has contributed greatly to getting to this moment and I want you to know that America deeply appreciates it. Now, Washington DC is a place where you find hyperbole on every single corner. But the legislation you are about to sign is truly consequential and it is historic. For those of you that did not trans--track conservation history on a daily basis, I thought I would give you a little perspective. About 35 years ago to the day on August 15, 1985, President Reagan in this building made an appointment of a young governor in Tennessee. To lead the commission to look at America's great outdoors. Two years later, that governor from Tennessee would provide the president a proposal that included numerous things, including an idea to permanently fund what is a dedicated funding source land and water conservation initiatives. That governor is now Senator Lamar Alexander and he's here today. (APPLAUSE) (10:59:22) BERNHARDT: Last night, I added it up. --Five presidents, 9 secretaries of the Interior, and 10 secretaries of Agriculture have worked on legislation to accomplish fully funding the Land and Water Conservation Fund or enhancing our nation's parks by addressing the backlog. Only one president has gone done, and that is you. The reality is, absent your call for bold leadership and stepping forward, this bill would not have become law despite the efforts of everybody else. And I want you to know that America will deeply, deeply appreciated. Thank you for your leadership. (APPLAUSE) (11:00:09) TRUMP: Thank you, David. I appreciate it very much, and appreciate the job you're doing. Also Sonny, I appreciate the job you're doing, fantastic job. The farmers are very happy. They've gotten billions and billions of dollars compliments of China. They were targeted by China and I got them every penny, $28 billion from China, and they're doing well. I'd like to ask, if I might, Steve, could you come up, Senator Steve Daines. He's a--a fantastic man, fantastic senator. He's done a wonderful job. He loves his state and he loves our country. And without you and the two of you, with Cory and you and Rob and, frankly, everybody in this room, but you two guys were just unbelievable. You wouldn't stop and look what happened, right? You got it done. I'm not even sure if you believed you could get it done. (LAUGHTER) (11:00:57) TRUMP: But you got it done and we appreciate it. The country appreciates it. Steve, please? (11:01:03) DAINES: Thank you. Thank--thank you, Mr. President. This really is a great day for Montana. This is a great day for America. This is a great day for conservation and all of us who love the great outdoors. And it was a little over five months ago, Mr. President, where we came to the White House and we were in the Roosevelt Room. It's only fitting we were in the Roosevelt Room having this meeting. And we talked about the importance of the Great America Outdoors Act, how we needed to support our national parks, as the secretary just laid out, how it'd been neglected in many ways with maintenance, there was this backlog, how we needed to provide better access to our public lands. In fact, 70 percent of the fishing accesses in Montana are funded by the Land and Water Conservation Fund. This was going to be the greatest achievement in 50 years for conservation in its broadest context. And you said to me, Mr. President, you said you get this bill on my desk and I'll sign it. Well, five months later, we're here. And thanks to so many in this room and outside this room, we got this bill to your desk and you're going to sign it. This is a big win for conservation. It's a big win for jobs. It's a big win for our Montana way of life. It's a big win for bipartisanship. And perhaps it's only fitting it to public lands to bring a divided government together. Mr. President, Montana thanks you. America thanks you. And I thank you for signing the most important piece of conservation legislation over 50 years for our great country. Thank you. (APPLAUSE) TRUMP: Thank you. Great job, Steve. (APPLAUSE) (10:03:08) TRUMP: Thank you, Steve, great job. Thank you. Say hello to the people of Montana. They are--they're very happy right now. You know, there's a very terrible term. It's called deferred maintenance. Deferred maintenance doesn't sound good, but this is what it is. We haven't maintained our--our roads, our paths, our buildings, any of it for many, many decades, actually. So, now you're going to go to town and they're going to be beautiful, right? They're going to be beautiful. But this is really--it's a--it's deferred maintenance and it should have taken place for many, many decades but it hasn't, and now will take place. And I think you'll see it take place very wisely too. I think so. So, Cory, I think you have to get up and you have to say a few words. Colorado's a tremendous state and they are pushing for it and they have been pushing for it, one of the biggest beneficiaries of all. And I think that you really deserve to get up and say a few words because you and Steve and--everybody, but you and Steve were very special. Please, Senator Cory Gardner. (APPLAUSE) GARDNER: Thank you, Mr. President. (APPLAUSE) (11:04:17) GARDNER: Thank you, Mr. President. I will never forget that moment five months ago when we gathered with so many of the people who are in this room and talked about the importance of this legislation, the fact that this bill would create over 100,000 jobs and the fact that many of those jobs would be in some of the communities that were hardest hit today by the pandemic. It's a remarkable occasion. But it was 127 years ago, Mr. President, in 1893 that Katharine Lee Bates climbed atop Pike's Peak. And she looked across the plains and mountains of Colorado and wrote the words to America the Beautiful. One hundred and twenty seven years later, we passed the Great American Outdoors Act, which will truly protect and provide opportunities for all America to enjoy those wonders of this country that Katharine Lee Bates wrote about then. This bill will create 100,000 jobs, several thousand in my home state of Colorado, protect the Forest Service, our Fish and Wildlife Service, our wildlife refuges, our BLM grounds. This will work on our national parks. This will stop Congress from stealing the money that they have for decades and put it back into the national parks for generations to come. To the secretaries who are--Secretary Perdue, Secretary Bernhardt, thank you for your leadership in getting this done. To my colleagues in the Senate and the House, thank you for your leadership. We stand on the shoulders of people like Lamar Alexander, Rob Portman, and Don Young, people like Richard Burr. Thanks to Joe Manchin and Mark Warner and Angus King and the work that they did to get this bill here today. This is a remarkable opportunity to celebrate. In the midst of acrimony, in the midst of partisanship, in the midst of times when the American people probably look out and wonder if they can get anything done, Congress came together to pass the most significant bill, the Great American Outdoors Act, in over 50 years with the largest infusion of funding this country has ever seen. Thanks to Mr.--you, Mr. President, for being willing to sign it. When we walked into the Roosevelt Room and we showed you the pictures of Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park and we pointed at that painting of Teddy Roosevelt, we knew it was going to be something very special for this country. Thank you for making it happen. TRUMP: Thank you very much. (APPLAUSE) (11:06:25) TRUMP: That was a--a meeting that took place, and within about a minute I was convinced. I wasn't at all convinced before I walked in, but when we saw what was going on and what can go on. And I know you'll spend the money very wisely. Everybody in the room, you'll spend it very wisely because if you spend it wisely will be able to do five times more than you even think. I'd like to ask Ivanka to come up just say a few words because she was--from a family standpoint, she was so behind this and pushing me and Melania, who since our absolute warmest regards. It was so important to Melania. Please, honey, come up, say a few words. (APPLAUSE) (11:07:08) IVANKA TRUMP: Well, thank you, Mr. President. And I echo the sentiments conveyed by--by so many in this room. This is a day for great celebration. This is an extraordinary piece of legislation that will be a great legacy for this administration and, most importantly, the country. We're grateful to everyone who worked on it. I think the Roosevelt, who we see on this portrait behind, would be very proud to know that the first a hundred years of conservation that his legislation insured will be preserved for at least the next hundred. So, thank you to all the Senators, members of Congress who worked so hard. Mr. Vice President, thank you for your championing this and--and your advocacy. The natural beauty and majesty of our parks and public lands are more valuable now than ever, especially during the current pandemic when they offer respite for so many families and an ability to be outside safely and enjoy the great outdoors. So, it's fitting that this moment comes to pass now. And--and thank you again, Mr. President, for ushering in this historic act. So, thank you. TRUMP: Great job. (APPLAUSE) TRUMP: Great job, honey. Thank you. (APPLAUSE) (11:08:28) TRUMP: And if I could, I'd like to ask Rob Portman to come up. And he was very special. I think you would both agree that he was really there behind the scenes and in front of the scenes helping us out. Rob, please? (11:08:44) PORTMAN: Well, first, I had not expected this honor, but I'm not speechless because there's so much to talk about. And, Mr. President, this wouldn't have happened but for your willingness to show leadership. One thing that hasn't been said here this morning is that this was a debt unpaid for all of our public land a particularly our national parks, which was the start of this. We have viewed this as a problem because for years and years we had a debt we weren't paying. And what you have done by saying I want to get this done, I'm going to support you gave us the momentum on a bipartisan basis to be able to repay that debt. And it's a debt to the American people. Second, I must say that this was not without controversy. And there are some who felt strongly that the oil and gas revenues and other energy revenues, offshore and onshore, that are used to provide this funding, both through the Land and Water Conservation Fund and for the deferred maintenance in our public lands, that that funding is better used elsewhere. And again, the people in this room, including some good fiscally conservative Republicans. I consider myself one believed that this was an exceptional situation because this was a dead on paid and that this funding was appropriate based on the way in which the oil and gas revenue royalties were initially envisioned to go to help with regard to our natural resources and our environment. But it was not without controversy right, Mr. Vice President? And it looks good at the end the vote was strong but it wasn't easy to get there and so I thank you very much for your leadership. I also want to thank Mark Warner who was my co-author of the Restore Our Parks Act, Lamar Alexander and Angus King and then the course what Cory Gardner and Steve Daines were able to do in knitting this together along with Joe Manchin and others. But Mr. President that meeting was consequential and then again this was not as easy as it might look here at the (INAUDIBLE) incredibly important and I believe that decades from now we will all look back and be very proud of the fact that we have indeed conserved this, America's great treasures for future generations. Thank you, sir. (APPLAUSE) TRUMP: Thank you very much, Rob. (APPLAUSE) (11:11:02) TRUMP: And I have to say that one of the things I said in the room was I can't believe previous administrations didn't do this and I viewed it as having really no choice. We had to do this, we had to do this, we couldn't have allowed this to deteriorate or go down further and now it will be better than ever before. That is what we want, better than ever before so congratulations to everybody and now I will sign The Great American Outdoors Act and it's going to be a real privilege thank you and if we could have a few of you folks come on up. (INAUDIBLE) (LAUGHTER) (11:12:11) UNKNOWN: That's a big bill. TRUMP: (INAUDIBLE) signature (INAUDIBLE). UNKNOWN: Thank you. (APPLAUSE) UNKNOWN: Thank you everybody. TRUMP: Great job (INAUDIBLE). See you at the next one. UNKNOWN: This is a mountain man walking stick from the great Smoky Mountains (INAUDIBLE). TRUMP: That is very nice. UNKNOWN: (INAUDIBLE) TRUMP: That is right. UNKNOWN: (INAUDIBLE) TRUMP: Good. Very good. Congratulations. UNKNOWN: (INAUDIBLE) work on national security Mr. President your work on national security I have got to tell you from my wife she said the most important thing is the work you are doing on national security. TRUMP: Good and we are doing a good job (INAUDIBLE). (INAUDIBLE)